MAY Newsletter

1} During the school year being in the advanced PE class
2} During the summer 100% attendance in our summer program
3} In the fall playing football.
4} In the winter playing basketball or participating in the morning weight lifting program.
5} In the spring participating in a spring sport.
On the left is their power ranking, it's the total of their best 3 lifts {bench, squat & clean} from December, March & May
On the right is their speed ranking, it's the total of their best 40, backward 30 & T test from December, March & May
  power     speed  
1 990 tiemeyer 1 13.59 stuckwisch
1 990 striegel 2 13.61 thompson
3 970 walker 3 13.78 wilson
4 920 huber 4 13.79 bollinger
5 900 darlage 5 13.91 borden
6 885 ream 6 13.97 walker
7 875 prewitt 7 13.98 kinsler
8 865 branaman 8 14.12 bell
8 865 Justice 9 14.14 bundy
10 855 murphy 10 14.16 branaman
11 850 bell 11 14.21 j. steinkamp
12 845 shelton 12 14.23 hines
13 815 wynn 13 14.34 brown
14 805 buckles 13 14.37 simler
15 800 brewer 15 14.55 huber
16 790 bollinger 16 14.59 neal
16 790 cope 17 14.65 howard
18 785 hines 18 14.75 rose
19 780 henderson 19 14.79 shelton
20 770 j. steinkamp 20 14.81 fleetwood
21 760 overshiner 21 14.86 tiemeyer
21 760 borden 22 14.87 overshiner
23 755 kinsler 23 14.91 robbins
24 745 n. steinkamp 23 14.91 neeley
25 725 neal 25 14.94 brewer
25 725 griffith 26 15.01 cope
27 720 wilson 27 15.02 blann
27 720 mckain 28 15.15 griffith
29 715 spicer 29 15.34 clodfelder
30 710 thompson 30 15.43 prewitt
30 710 fleetwood 31 15.56 canary
32 700 stuckwisch 32 15.63 n. steinkamp
33 690 simler 33 15.64 murphy
34 680 canary 34 15.75 Justice
35 675 brown 35 15.86 ream
36 635 howard 36 15.94 buckles
37 625 kellogg 37 16.09 striegel
37 625 gross 38 16.32 darlage
39 600 bundy 39 16.52 sevakis
40 585 rose 39 16.52 spicer
41 570 neeley 41 17.44 kellogg
42 545 clodfelder 42 17.46 mckain
43 535 blann 43 17.51 wynn
44 525 robbins 44 17.62 gross
45 520 nolan 45 17.64 henderson
46 465 sevakis 46 19.05 nolan

Power Cleans

Nick Robbins
Kyan McKain, Jacob Gross, Justin Howard & Blake Kellogg
Nathan Steinkamp

225 lb
Braden Neal, Justin Brewer, Jake Cope & Derek Thompson
250 lb
Lane Lucas
 Parallel Squat

Braden Neal, Jacob Gross, Justin Howard, Blake Kellogg & Nathan Neeley
310 lb
Seth Borden, Justin Brewer, Hayden Kinsler & Kyan McKain
360 lb
Lane Lucas, Robert Buckles & Sam Huber
Dane Darlage & Camden Wynn
450 lb

Bench Press

180 lb
Justin Howard & Blake Kellogg
Seth Borden, Justin Brewer, Brennan Fleetwood, Derek Thompson, Aden Simler & Jayden Steinkamp

240 lb
Dane Darlage, Jake Cope, Nathan Steinkamp & Brandon Wilson
270 lb
Sam Huber & Treyton Ream
300 lb
350 lb

POWER club

Ethan Bundy, Jacob Gross, Justin Howard & Blake Kellogg
Braden Neal, Brennan Fleetwood, Kyan McKain & Nathan Steinkamp
800 lb
Justin Brewer, Robert Buckles & Camden Wynn

900 lb
Dane Darlage & Sam Huber

The weight program will be on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday for all male athletes grades 10-12 from 7:45-9:00.
The summer open field program will be Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:20- 11:20
All incoming 8th & 9th grade male athletes will go from 11:00-12:00 on Monday, Wednesday & Thursday.
There will be no weights on  Monday June 25th and Wednesday June 26th


7:45- 9:00 Weight Program
9:05- 9:20 Pick up weights & dress
9:20-11:20 Football open field


1} Our middle school weight lifting program is for the fall of 2018, 8th & 9th grade boys.

2} They will have weight lifting from 11:00-12:00 on the Monday- Wednesday & Thursday



Hanover College Team Camp June 25th- 27th
Bishop Dullaghan Middle School Camp 
7 on 7's 
July 14th, Saturday at Bedford North Lawrence
July 21st, Saturday at West Washington

CAMP WEEK - July 16th- 20th
56er Camp- 4:30- 6:30
MS camp- 5:00- 7:00
9th camp- 6:00- 7:30
High School players- you will be assigned a camp to help at during the PM camps. 
Monday am- normal am workout & practice 
Tuesday am- nothing
Wednesday am- normal am workout & practice
Thursday am- normal am workout
Thursday- 7:00pm Player organizational meeting 
Friday - 4:00pm Superstars competition, 56er PPK & MS scrimmage
Saturday- Dancing with the Stars- Fund raiser
First day for practice is Monday July 30th
Moratorium week June 30th -July 8th
Week before we start- Fair Week- July 22nd- July 29th
ATTENDANCE {only for 10-12th grade football players}

There will be 20 workout opportunities over the summer. Attendance in our summer program is voluntary. How successful we will be in 2018 will depend on your mental and physical preparation over the summer months. By attending our summer program it will demonstrate your dedication and desire to be the best you can be. To be in our best possible condition for the start of our season we will run one mile after practice. By choosing to participate in our summer conditioning program you will be in shape which will reduce the risk of injuries. Because of your summer dedication you will be awarded accordingly.

100% summer participation- no mile after practice.
95% summer participation- mile after 3 practices.
90% summer participation- mile after 6 practices.
85% summer participation- mile after 9 practices.
80% summer participation- mile after 12 practices.
75% summer participation- mile after 15 practices.
70% summer participation- mile after 18 practices.

This format will continue in the same manner all the way to 0% summer participation.



Make up days for absences will be on Wednesday's from 11:00-12:30.

With this summer schedule you will have ample hours to work {see below}. If there is a problem with your
work schedule and you would like for me to call your employer I would be more than happy to do so. We
have a lot of football fans in this community and I'm sure they would be willing to work something out.

Mondays- 12:00- till 3                 Tuesday-all day                         Wednesday-12:00- rest of day       
Thursday- 12:00- rest of day       Friday- all day                           Saturday- all day {except on 7 on 7 days}

If you need to take a summer school class you can come in and lift from 7:00-7:45. Go to class. After school
the weight room will be open so you can get your lifting in and finish your running.

SUPERSTARS COMPETITION -Friday July 20th Public invited

The Superstar competition is based on 7 events: Bench Press, Parallel Squat, Power Clean, 40 yard dash, backward 30, T test & total sales. We will rank everyone from the best to the worst in all 7 events. Than add up each individual’s score in all 7 events, the person with the lowest score will win the competition.

1st prize- Trophy, black game jersey and white game jersey {will receive after the season}
2nd prize- Trophy and black game jersey {will receive after the season}
3rd prize- Trophy
The football team will be tested in the 6 events.
The team will dress and eat while the cheerleaders will perform
The team and cheerleaders will introduce themselves to the public.
Coach May will talk and announce the Superstar winners and the Senior Pride Champions

SENIOR PRIDE CHAMPIONS { will award the champions on the night of the superstar competition}

The Seniors will draft the team on to 5 separate teams who will compete throughout the summer. We will use the same 7 events as the superstar competition. We add up each team members total score and divide it by the number of team members, the team with the lowest average score is the Senior Pride champion. {Summer attendance will break any ties} The winning team receives a T shirt, plaque, minature football, picture in the program and does not have to run 40’s after the 1st two practices on the Monday & Tuesday

You can earn a total of 6 credits for strength training and it will count toward athletic eligibility. Freshman can take advanced PE once they have completed their freshman PE requirements. I would like for all incoming football players to follow the following scheldule in regards to our advanced PE class. The first & second trimester of your freshman year, you will lift {with parental approval} during your study hall, the third trimester enroll in our advanced weight training class. Your sophomore year take the weight training course all 3 trimesters. During your junior year take weights the first and third trimester and lift during your study hall the second trimester. That will give you a total of 6 credits. During your senior year you will lift during your study hall.

QUESTION: What does it mean to be a leader???

Lead means to excel and be out front at all times. Be first in every drill. Run every sprint hard. Always listen when the coach is talking. Don’t glare at the coach and act like you know it all when you are being corrected.

Eleven men is what it takes to be a successful football team on every down. It takes every member of the team during practices to be successful. Remember you are only a fraction of this team’s success or failure and YOU MAY BE REPLACED.

Attitude is the key ingredient in every team. If the attitude of the upperclassmen is good, everyone will follow. It is most important to have a good attitude about practice.

Dedication is extremely important to the success of this team. You get back what you put into any endeavor you undertake. Dedicate yourself to a successful season.

Examples are important in athletics. Leaders are great examples on the field, in the classroom, in the hallways, and in every situation that they are put into.

Respect your coaches and your teammates. As coaches, we will respect you until you lie to us or cheat on us. Your teammates deserve respect and your help when needed.

Show your teammates how to practice hard, how to play hard, and how to win. Leaders do not have to be holler guys - show teammates the proper way.

Hustle at all times on every play and in every drill. You can not just turn on the hustle on Friday nights when you are accustomed to loafing during practices.

Instill pride in Brownstown Central Football. Never put a T-shirt or jersey with a B.C.H.S. Football logo on without feeling proud about belonging to an outstanding group. Leave the other adornments (i.e. earrings, bandanas) off when you put your jersey on in preparation for practice or game day. This, I believe, is another form of self-discipline.

Positive thinking is often underrated. You have got to believe in yourself and your teammates. I do not believe that we have any reason to go into any game this season thinking that we can not win.

                                                                        Yours in Football
                                                                                                                           Reed May