Lady Colts Soccer Go To Boot Camp

Building a successful team often requires its members to endure mental and physical challenges with one another to help develop a sense of trust and camaraderie. The Clear Fork girls soccer squad got a taste of that ingredient with a visit from members of the Army National Guard at their practice field.

The Lady Colts were put through a 2-hour Boot Camp for their practice session, grinding through a variety of exercises that tested each muscle group. Coach Brittany Bechtel says “team cohesion is huge,” and with a group of nearly 50 players, she knows it will be challenging to build a strong unity.


Bechtel also believes her squad was ready for a difficult endeavor with high attendance marks throughout their summer training program. Senior players Kaylin Helinski and Bailey Romoser agree the team has been working hard during the offseason and felt they were prepared for the Army’s Boot Camp challenge.

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