Nouvel Football Traditions

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Mason Sheridan ’20

Staff Writer

One of the many traditions the football team shares is the Conditioning Camp Haircuts. This tradition has been set years, as incoming juniors and sophomores (with permission) get their hair cut by the seniors.  This is a strong tradition within the football program as it makes camp more exciting and fun for everyone. Even the coaches, including new head coach Drew Weigl take part, allowing the seniors to design their new look.

Another enduring tradition is the Battle Axe.  This axe symbolizes “winning the day” and is gifted to a certain player after he owned a workout or pushed himself to a new level. After C-camp, the axe is brought out to every game, symbolizing the hard work and efforts put in at camp and how the team hopes to continue getting wins this season and make it to playoffs.

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