Two-a-days: Youth will be served at Hohenfels

Hohenfels freshman quarterback Landon Ott will try to take the Tigers deep into the playoffs during his rookie season. Here, Ott chucks a pass during a practice held at Hohenfels on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Michael S. Darnell/Stars and Stripes
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Hohenfels freshman quarterback Landon Ott will try to take the Tigers deep into the playoffs during his rookie season. Here, Ott chucks a pass during a practice held at Hohenfels on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Michael S. Darnell/Stars and Stripes
Hohenfels freshman quarterback Landon Ott will try to take the Tigers deep into the playoffs during his rookie season. Here, Ott chucks a pass during a practice held at Hohenfels on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Michael S. Darnell/Stars and Stripes
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Hohenfels freshman quarterback Landon Ott will try to take the Tigers deep into the playoffs during his rookie season. Here, Ott chucks a pass during a practice held at Hohenfels on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. Michael S. Darnell/Stars and Stripes

Two-a-days: Youth will be served at Hohenfels

by: Michael S. Darnell | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: September 06, 2016

Eighth in a series of glimpses at high school football camps around Europe.

HOHENFELS, Germany – The Hohenfels Tigers’ 2015 season ended in bitter disappointment, as the talented squad was crushed by the Rota Admirals 42-6.

Every team that suffers a playoff loss is eager to put that behind them the following year. The Tigers are no exception, but it’s a bit different easier for the players to get over it than one might expect. 

Read the full story and more on high school football camps around Europe at Stripes.com

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