Even with bad weather, Harlandale gets workout in to kick off football camp

The Harlandale football team was forced to kick off training camp indoors due to the bad weather on Monday morning. (SBG San Antonio)

SAN ANTONIO - Bad weather greeted dozens of high school football players on Monday morning - the first day of two-a-days.

The football season is just around the corner, and they'll have to wait a little longer to get on the field.

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Even with the bad weather, the Harlandale Indians still got their workout in. For the first time in 23 years, they'll have a new coach. Isaac Martinez has moved up to be the athletic director and Albert Torres comes over after 10 years at Edison, and all the Indians appreciate that Martinez left the program in a great place and ready to succeed.

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