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They crawled through mud on their bellies. They pressed and pressed, arms shaking, through hundreds of military-style push-ups. They raced around the track in teams of six or seven, while balancing 250-pound logs above their shoulders. And that was all in just one practice for the Libertyville Wildcats, who adopted a Navy SEALs training program. “I think a lot of guys were questioning how they were going to make it through the day,” “said senior quarterback Jack Deichl.