Photo Gallery: Mooney’s Annual Bocce Tourney And Camp Of Champions

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Jim Tressel – Ohio State head coach with a couple of Mooney alumni members. (Photo by Gary Housteau)

On the last weekend in June every year, Cardinal Mooney holds one of their biggest fund-raisers of the year when they host a bocce tournament at Youngstown’s MVR club and then play host to a two-day youth football camp at their high school.  Many prominent Mooney alumni in the sports world return for this special event that spans three days.  Here’s an exclusive look in pictures at both the bocce tourney and the Camp of Champions.


Photo Gallery: Cardinal Mooney’s Annual Bocce Tournament And Camp Of Champions


Cardinal Mooney 8th Annual Bocce Tournament


Kirk Herbstreit – ESPN


Bernie Kosar – Cleveland Browns


Bobby Stoops – Oklahoma head coach – Mooney grad


Bo Pelini – Nebraska head coach – Mooney grad


Mark Mangini – Kansas head coach, with Carmen Cassese – Proprietor of MVR Club


John Peterson – Ohio State assistant coach


Mark Stoops – Arizona assistant coach – Mooney grad


Jack Loew – Kelly Pavlik’s trainer – Mooney grad


Nick Siciliano – Ohio State assistant coach


Kirk Herbstreit and his dad, Jim Herbstreit


D.J. Durkin – Stanford assistant coach


Tim Beck – Nebraska assistant coach – Mooney grad


Kirk Herbstreit with some of the Stoops’ boys family members.


Jim Tressel – Ohio State head coach with a couple of Mooney alumni members.


P.J. Fecko – Mooney head coach with wife Gina.


Bobby Stoops with his twin boys in a bocce game with Kirk Herbstreit.


Michael Zordich – Philadelphia Eagles assitant coach


Micheal Zordich with Michael Zordich – Penn State LB – Mooney grad


Mark Mangino and Bobby Stoops with a couple of Mooney supporters.


Reno Ferri – Akron assistant coach and Mooney grad with his wife Rebekah.


Kirk Herbstreit’s team was one of the better teams in the competition.


One of the two teams that made it to the finals of the bocce tournament.


The other team that made it to the finals of the bocce tournament.


P.J. Fecko at Mooney’s Camp of Champions on Monday


Nick Siciliano


Nick Siciliano giving basic instructions to the aspiring quarterbacks at the youth camp.


Nick Siciliano giving some personal instruction to one of the top two young players in the camp – Courtney Love – who will be a freshman quarterback at Mooney this fall.


A young Terrelle Pryor in the making, Love can effortlessly throw a football 65 yards from a standstill.


Matt Kubik – Northwestern (Louisiana) State assistant coach – Mooney grad


D.J. Durkin – Stanford assistant coach


Doug Phillips – former Bowling Green assistant coach


Mooney seniors Zach Larson and Eric Franklin helped with drills at the camp.


The Flexband inventor, Dick Hartzell, works his magic with the rubber bands in front of Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini.


You can access Dick Hartzell’s website at www.flexbandonline.com/inventor.htm


Dick Hartzell put Bo Pelini through a little rubberband workout.


The Rubberband Man – Dick Hartzell


Pete Rekstis – Kent State assistant coach


Reno Ferri – Akron assistant coach


Tim Beck – Nebraska assistant coach


Mark Stoops – Arizona assistant coach


Marcus McWilson – another one of the top two young campers who will be a freshman at Mooney in the fall.


Destined for Greatness – Courtney Love and Marcus McWilson


Ron Stoops – Mooney assistant coach – the oldest of the Stoops brothers and the man responsible for putting the entire three-day event together.


Bernie Kosar – Cleveland Browns – Boardman High School


Bobby Stoops


Kirk Herbstreit


Jed York – Team president of the San Francisco 49ers – Mooney grad


Camp of Champions – Day 2


Stan and Ross Watson – Stan Watson – Bowling Green graduate assistant, Ross Watson – Nebraska graduate assistant


Ron Stoops


Bo Pelini


D.J. Durkin


Michael Zordich


Chris Amill – Mooney assistant coach – Mooney grad


P.J. Fecko

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