Other Warrior Quotes (Mrs. McMackin’s Wahine clinic, Scott Enos wins the kicker job)

About how Scott Enos beat out Brian Blumberg for the starting kicker job, Mac said:
“I’ll say it: Scott Enos is our kicker. Period.” (HA)

HA Note: “Luke Ingram, who has been bothered by a sprained right ankle, will be the long-snapper. Running back Inoke Funaki will be the holder.”

HA Note: “Former UH safety Kent Kafentzis underwent what is believed to be successful surgery to remove a cancerous tumor in his left kidney. The procedure was considered to be dangerous because the tumor was impacting a major artery. Kafentzis now will await the results of a biopsy to determine his next treatment.”

About how the first phase of her Wahine Football Clinic will be at the Stan Sheriff Center, Heather McMackin said:
“We’ll talk about how coaches and players prepare for a game. We’ll show how a scouting report is put together, and how they formulate a game plan.” (HA)

About how the second session of her clinic will be at Ching Field, with several stations that each will have a position coach and players, Heather McMackin said:
“The players will demonstrate techniques.” (HA)

About how coaches and players will offer instruction on the technical requirements for each position, Heather McMackin said:
“If they want, they can learn how to throw or catch a football. If not, they can enjoy listening.” (HA)

HA Note: “The $10 pre-registration fee includes a football manual and refreshments. Walk-up registration is $15.”

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