Pat Fitzgerald to speak at Fenwick coaching clinic

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Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald (pictured right) is the featured speaker at the 67th annual Chicago Catholic League coaches clinic at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23 at Fenwick in Oak Park.

Coaches from all levels of football are encouraged to attend.

From the school’s release: “Among the other coaches scheduled to speak are former Chicago Bear and longtime University of Colorado assistant coach Brian Cabral, a member of the Chicago Bears Super Bowl championship team and now the newly appointed defensive coordinator at Indiana State; Chuck Martin, Notre Dame’s offensive coordinator; former local product and wide receiver coach at Michigan Jeff Hecklinski; Steve Clinkscale, cornerback coach at the University of Illinois; Werner Emmerich from St. Xavier and Steve Helminiak from Loras College.

Proceeds from this clinic benefit student-athletes in the Chicago Catholic League thru the Catholic League Coaches Association for their all conference banquet.

Registration at the door is $40 and pre-registration up to 48 hours prior to the event is $30. Registration includes breakfast and lunch. Various vendors will be showing their products at this event.”

For information, call Fenwick football coach Gene Nudo at (708) 948-0349.

Fitzgerald photo | John J. Kim~Sun-Times Media

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