Northern football gets fall camp started


Last updated 8/4/2022 at 7:12pm

Havre Daily News/Kason Clark

Northern quarterback Brenden Medina throws a pass at a practice at Tilleman Field Thursday morning. The Lights' practice Thursday began the fall camp for the Lights as they try to get up to speed for their first season under new head coach Jerome Souers.

On Thursday morning at Tilleman Field, the Montana State University-Northern football program finally got its fall camp started. With it being the first practice of fall camp, the Lights focused on their conditioning to get themselves ready for the season opener Aug. 27 at the College of Idaho. While the Lights may not be where they want to be yet, MSU-N head coach Jerome Souers liked what he saw from his players to start fall camp.

"They did pretty well. I was kind of surprised," Souers said. "We got off on the right foot, and we got to make sure and improve every day from here on out."...

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