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Saturday, August 24, 2013

Youth football is underway!

Youth football is underway!


 

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

That first photo didn't even look fair, the guy running the ball looked twice the size of the little guy.

Anonymous said...

Thats just it... Football is not Fair! Most parents want there kids to play, but not get beat up on by bigger kids. It's " Football" not wrestling. If parents want there kids to go up against someone that is there size and weight... have them go out for wrestling or play a non contact sport. I think parents a sadly miss guiding there children in making them belive that everything is fair in life.

Anonymous said...

Who won???

Anonymous said...

Coudy won both games.

Aunt Jess said...

Run buddy, run!!! I am so proud of my nephew!! Only wish I would've been there to see it.

Anonymous said...

the first game was a tie the score was 12-12 this was the peewees the 2nd game was ponys and coudy won 19-6
all boys on both sides played real good.all the kids at this age does an outstanding job in my book weather it be win or lose.

Anonymous said...

The essence of youth football isn't to see what big kid can run over most all the little kids but to teach players the game.

In other areas youth football has rules in place to prevent such an uneven match up by saying that a player weighing over "X" number of pounds (depending on the age group) can not carry the ball. That means that they can not be a running back, quarter back or a receiver.

Someone will inevitably say "that's not fair, it isn't my kids fault he's bigger than the others." Well it also isn't fair that a 150 pound kid running a football can run over an 80 pound kid who has to try and tackle him.

Rules like this create teams that are a little more evenly matched and gives kids who may not have been given an opportunity to play a position he excels at because coach has little man syndrome and needs to give the ball to his biggest, fastest player.

Anonymous said...

Actually this area has the same rules and the cut off for an impact player like a running back,end, linebacker Ect. have a weight limit of 115 lbs.