As football season rapidly approaches, Roger Hoell, head coach of Othello High School's football team, got a head start in preparation for his current and future players. Last week, Hoell hosted the Huskie Pack Attack summer football camp at the OHS football field July 28 through 31. Players at the camp worked a diverse circuit of drills and workouts to develop and fine-tune fundamental skills, including blocking drills, footwork drills, pass and catch drills and even a focus exercise called the "tip drill," where players hone in on their ability to locate a tipped pass and catch it. The camp was split into two different groups, with children in grades two through six in session from 9 to 10 a.m. each day and kids in grades seven through 12 attending from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. each day. Hoell offered the camp as an opportunity for athletes to get instruction on the basic fundamental skills and techniques of each position in football. The camp also offered current OHS football players a chance to build more team chemistry and for future Huskie players to get an introduction to the Huskie football program.