Menomonie (WQOW) -- High school football practices begin in just over a week. Today the next generation got some work in, while absorbing some wisdom from a current Wisconsin player.
The 22nd annual Western Wisconsin Youth Football Camp kicked off Sunday in Menomonie. The three-day camp is for players in 5th through 8th grades. More than 200 campers attended, with over 25 area high school coaches serving as counselors. Sunday's featured speaker was Baldwin-Woodville grad Jake Keefer, a sophomore defensive lineman with the Wisconsin football team.
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