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Former Woodland Hills stars to host youth football camp

Steve Breaston and Ryan Mundy will host fifth annual youth football camp this Saturday at the Wolvarena

Ryan Mundy and Steve Breaston, both Woodland Hills graduates who went on to success at the University of Michigan and in the NFL, are hosting their fifth annual Breaston-Mundy Youth Clinic this Saturday.

The former Woodland Hills and Michigan teammates will host boys and girls ages 8-13 this Saturday at the Wolvarena in Turtle Creek. The camp runs from 9:30 AM until 3 PM.

Mundy, who is entering his second season with the Chicago Bears, played for the Steelers from 2008-2012, then spent 2013 with the New York Giants.

“It’s been a way for Steve and I to give back to the community, and help the kids the same way the people in the community helped us,” Mundy said.

Breaston spent six years in the NFL, playing for Arizona and Kansas City from 2007 through 2012. He caught 77 passes for 1,006 yards in the 2008 season when the Cardinals lost to the Steelers in the Super Bowl.

“My mom and dad, and the people in my community were the biggest influences in my life,” said Breaston. “We want the kids growing up now to see the same thing and have the same opportunities we did.”

The non-contact camp is designed to teach children the fundamentals of football while also providing life instruction. In addition to Breaston and Mundy, community volunteers and the current Woodland Hills football staff will help run the camp.

Visit http://www.bmyouthclinic.com/ for more information.

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