Hal Mumme to headline Foothills Air Raid Clinic in Statesville

If you are a coach, or even a fan that wants to learn from one of, if not the best Air Raid professors in the sport, make plans to attend the Foothills Air Raid Clinic; which will be held on April 26th and 27th at the Ramada Inn in Statesville.

Not only is this clinic a must-attend event for offensive minded coaches, there will also be a defensive clinic as well that is geared towards stopping Air Raid concepts.

Clinic organizer Jason Lippard has put together an All-Star list of coaches to include the Godfather of the Air Raid, Hal Mumme, who is the keynote speaker of the event.

“We have put together a quality clinic with both offensive and defensive coaches with numerous state championships,” Lippard says.  “For the price, that includes three meal, I think you would be hard pressed to find a better value for a coaches clinic.”

The cost of the clinic will be $75, but will include dinner on Friday night, and also will include breakfast and lunch on Saturday.  The Ramada Inn also has a coach’s rate of $64.95 a night.

The event begins on Friday night with registration starting at 4:00 p.m. and dinner being served at 5:00 p.m.  Hal Mummee will kick things off at 6:00 p.m.

Hal Mumme:  Philosphy of the Air Raid Offense
George Coltharp (Gray’s Creek): Air Raid Screen Game
Joe Salas (Hobbton): Vertical Passing Games
Patrick Taylor (North Surry): Open Grass Concepts
Drew Piscopo (Ashe County): Vertical Passing Games
Lance Ware (Shelby): Shallow Concepts
Damon McKee (North Meck): Air Raid Quick Game
Slade Singleton: Attacking Air Raid Concepts to the run game
Scott Miller (South Iredell): Building A Successful Program
Butch Carter (Alexander Central): Attacking the Spread Offense with a 3-4 Defense
Mark Heil:  Attacking the Spread Offense with a 5-2 Defense
Tripp Stone (Mallard Creek): Attacking the Spread with a Multiple Defense
Mark Duncan (Freedom): Attacking the Spread with a 4-3 Defense
Antonio Lyerly (Freedom): Secondary Play with the 4-3 Defense
Sam Mackey (Hibriten): Linebacker play with the 4-3 Defense
Orlando Gray (Rocky River): Attacking the Spread with a 4-2-5 Defense
Chuck Cannon (Wilkes Central): Attacking the Spread with a 3-5 Defense
Devin Radcliff (South Iredell): Attacking the Spread with a 3-5 Defense

For more information, contact Monte Simmons at (828) 292-2774, Jason Lippard at (704) 902-5993, or George Saffos at (704) 657-4128.

The event is sponsored by Palmetto Sports, Godfrey Tree Service, and Lock-Lane Construction, Inc.

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