The Power/Dutton-Brady Titans football team will take part in its first-ever kicking clinic on Sept. 12 in Dutton. The clinic will be instructed by Mike Parnell who has worked with NFL kickers such as Josh Brown from the Seattle Seahawks, indoor/arena professional kickers and kickers at the college and high school level.

“I am looking forward to working with the PDB kickers. I know kicking is a crucial part of the six-man game because point-after attempts are worth two points and kicking and punting can help teams win the field position battle,” said Parnell.

The camp will help develop and enhance the Titans’ punting, field goal kicking and kickoffs. Parnell plans to teach and address kicking fundamentals and also help teach mental skills for kickers and punters to build on confidence in any game situation.

“We are excited to participate in our first-ever kicking camp. We seldom get the opportunity to receive expert instruction in the field of kicking the football,” said Titans head coach Tom Tranmer. “We are looking forward to new and different perspectives concerning technique.”

For more information, contact the clinic organizer, Power High School Athletic director Merrick Parnell at powerad@power.k12.mt.us.