CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College football team held its first spring practice on Thursday afternoon at the practice fields in Clinton, S.C. The Blue Hose worked in shorts and helmets for nearly two hours in the first of 15 practices this spring.

PC ran through a number of drills to get the practice started, as the players took the field for the first time since the season ended in November. The energy level was high on the opening day in what was a fast-paced afternoon of work for the Blue Hose in its workout under head coach Tommy Spangler.

After an early round of drills, wide receivers and corners worked against one another in some very competitive action. The two sides then went 11-on-11 for a time, as the players looked to get back in a rhythm and up to speed.

PC returns to practice in helmets and shorts on Friday, before suiting up in pads for the first time on Saturday morning to conclude the first week of practice.

Check out some of the photos from the opening day below.