Last Updated: May 23, 2017
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Monday, August 14, 2017   8:00 AM

In an effort to be more proactive and accurate when ordering Proctor Football fan gear we are trying a pre-order system this year. We are ordering three types of head wear. A green hat, an orange logo hat for the hunters and outdoors' men, and a green visor. All are $20 each. Please take a look at them. We will try and get better pictures of them soon, but it gives you an idea of what to expect. Hats will be ordered in June and will arrive in August. Please order with the link to the right under ONLINE REGISTRATIONS

2017 Proctor Pony League Sign up are Now Open

Its that time of year again. Proctor Pony League Sign ups are here. If you have a child that would like to play Proctor pony league football this fall registration is now open. You can register on line at the Proctor Football Website. Click here for the  Proctor Football Website

If you are new to Proctor Pony league football here are a few frequently asked questions. 

  • Who can play? Students in grades 3-6 in the fall of 2017. 
  • How much does it cost? $100 per player, $150 maximum per household, or $75 for students on free or reduced lunch. 
  • What are the teams like? Grades 3-4 combine to play 7 on 7 versus other Proctor teams. 5-6th combine to play 11 on 11 versus Silver Bay, Two Harbors, and Cook County. 
  • When are practices and games? Practice are arranged by each coach. 3/4 level usually practices twice a week for 1-2 hours. Games are held on Thursdays at 5:15 pm on the practice football field on Ugstad Road. 5/6 will practice 2-3 times a week with usually two games on Saturday mornings in Proctor, Two Harbors, or Silver Bay
  • All equipment is supplied by Proctor Football - Except shoes. Players can use the same baseball or lacrosse spikes.
  • When does it start? Practice start in mid August. Parent meeting will be held in the last week of July where equipment will be handed out. 

A couple of new items this year. 

  • Players will KEEP their jersey after the season. Players will be able to keep their jersey for two years as they move through Proctor Pony League football. Players will need one jersey during 3/4 level and a new one in 5/6. Usually kids will grow out of their 3/4 level jersey when they enter 5/6. BUT now a family can keep the jersey and use it for another sibling or neighbor as they move through Proctor Football. 
  • From this year forward there will be a fee to play football and fee for a jersey. If a player doesn't need a jersey they will not have to pay for one. 

If you have questions please feel free to contact Coach Parendo at:

dparendo@proctor.k12.mn.us

 

Summer Info:

Proctor Pride will be held again this summer.  This is a conditioning/training program.  PRIDE will meet on Monday's and Wednesday's starting at 7:52 am and go through 8:29 am.  Start date will be announced when this is determined.

Cost of this training program is $75.  Training will take place on the Ugstad Practice field.  

To goal of PRIDE is general fitness  and athleticism.

Specific lifting workouts (separate from PRIDE) will be available to all players.  

Champions Club:  This will meet on Thursday's at 7:33 am at various locations.  This is part of PRIDE but at no cost.  This will be team building activities.  Length of the activity is from 7:33 am until complete.

Weight Lifting:

Workouts will be designed by Coach Edmunds and will be specific to each player and their needs.  

Summer Camps:

In process of being determined.  One option is attending the UMD camp.  The second option is to hold our own camp.  Information regarding these options was given out at the player meetings.  

St. Scholastica passing camp is also available to players.  Get your responses back to Coach Parendo is you are intersted in this.  Specific info on this camp was given out at the players meeting.  

Fall Practice:

Fall practice starts on August 14th.  All quarterbacks will meet in Coach Parendo's room at 6:43 am.  Everyone else will report to locker room at Ugstad at 7:44 am (grades 9-12).

 

Awards 2016 Season:

Duluth News Tribune Player of the Year - John Aase

Duluth News Tribune All Area Players - Kaleb Stevens and Beau Adams

MVP - John Aase

Mr. Hustle - Nick Zuptez

Hitter - Kaleb Stevens

Rookie of the Year - Lucas Nordquist

Special Teams Award - John Aase, Cody Hampton

Knight of the Gridiron - AJ Maas

Northeast Red District Coach of the Year: Derek Parendo

Northeast Red District Assistant Coach of the Year - Jeff Gunderson

All State Selection - Beau Adams

Northeast Red District All District Players:

1st Team - John Aase, Beau Adams, Kaleb Stevens, Cody Hampton, Dakota Ellis-Ciaccio

Honorable Mention: Lucas Nordquist, AJ Maas

Northeast Red District Defensive Player of the Year: John Aase

Northeast Red District Lineman of the Year: Beau Adams

 

Thanks to all our fans for your AMAZING support.  It was a great year. 

 

   

 General Info:

 

If you have not signed up to follow us on twitter make sure to do so.  This is a great way to stay informed, especially during the season.  Our twitter is @FootballProctor.  This is a closed account so it may take a day or two to clear you joining the account.

If you have questions contact Head Coach Derek Parendo at dparendo@proctor.k12.mn.us or Assistant Coach Nathan Johnson at njohnson@proctor.k12.mn.us

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