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Seahawks sharpen skills
The Ceres Seahawks Youth Football & Cheer Organization staged its fifth annual skills camp on Saturday, July 23 at Blaker-Kinser Jr. High School.

"Overall, it was a good turnout," Seahawks President Javier Fregoso said. "I'm extremely happy. We had over 120 kids there. The coaches and players got to know each other."

The camp got underway at 8 a.m. and ended at noon.

"We turned away a dozen kids that came to sign up because we didn't have enough room," Fregoso said.

Coaches from Ceres' varsity, junior-varsity, pee-wee and rookies football teams guided players through conditioning, offensive and defensive drills.

Participants ranged in age from six to 14.

"It was an introduction to what we're going to be doing this year," Fregoso said. "We mixed it up."

The Seahawks held a barbecue at the end of the camp.