Tough to the core (06-29-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Saturday, 29 June 2013 08:20
Members of the Perrysburg football team look on as PFC. Stuart Martin pulls Sgt. Clifford Morrow during a demonstration at Perrysburg High School. Perrysburg High School’s football team went through the Combat Fitness Test Friday morning at 6 with the help of the United States Marine Corps. Official practice for high school football teams starts the first week in August. Perrysburg’s first game is Aug. 30 when it hosts Toledo Whitmer. (Photos: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS

Perrysburg’s Zach Warner (right) does a low crawl during the test.
Perrysburg's Aaron Steele uses a fireman carry to lift teammate David Fatinikun as Sgt. Patrick Sawyer times him during the Combat Fitness Test.
Perrysburg's Kadin Llewellyn runs while carrying ammo cans during the Combat Fitness Test (CFT) as Sgt. Patrick Sawyer directs him on the course.
Perrysburg’s Jack Barteck (left), along with his teammates, lifts an ammo can during the workout. The cans weigh around 40 pounds each.
Members of the Perrysburg football team look on while a US Marine from Recruiting Sub Station (RSS) Toledo writes down scores after the team completed the running portion of the Combat Fitness Test (CFT).
Last Updated on Sunday, 30 June 2013 09:33

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