Marshfield Hurricane football players get the kids moving at summer camp

MARSHFIELD — Semi-pro football players from the Marshfield Hurricanes and members of the Massachusetts National Guard dominated the herds of campers aged 5 to 13 at the Boys and Girls Club of Marshfield, guiding them through relay races and obstacle course.

The Boys and Girls Club of Marshfield held a football clinic on Friday August 5th during the final weeks of their 10-week summer program. Attendance at this year’s camp nearly doubled from last year with 220 campers, up from 130 in 2021. The children come from towns on the South Shore.

Sam Stevens, 6, practices his punt at the Marshfield Boys and Girls Club on Friday August 5, 2022.

The Hurricanes, who play in the East Coast Semi-Pro Football League, came to town on Friday to teach campers throwing and catching techniques, and held relay races.

Madeline Frank, 8, from Marshfield, said she loves cheering on her teammates in the relay races.

“It’s pretty fun and I love learning new things, especially sports,” Madeline said.

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