Monday will be the first day of practice starting at at Monessen Memorial Stadium. If you haven't signed up we are encouraging you to do that Monday. We want to give equipment out this week is it is important that everyone shows up.
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We have been teaching our neighborhood children about the game of football since We are excited that you and your child have chosen to play football at Southington Valley Midget Football League. In this process they will learn life skills, good sportsmanship, individual discipline and the concept of working together as part of a team to achieve success.
Football Registration is now closed. You will be given a payment choice after you complete your online registration. Our program relies exclusively on volunteers and we cannot succeed without help. You can expect to have practice Mon-Friday during the first three weeks of the season.
We look forward to celebrating our 60th season in our new League! Not just football, but youth sports in general, are a great way to teach your children basic skills such as: teamwork, leadership, organization, responsibility, critical thinking, and how to perform under pressure. Which will all be useful skills in everyday situations as your child gets older.
Since then, MYF has served tens of thousands of youth football players and their families with a focus on fundamental skills, integrity, confidence, teamwork, and having fun. We partner with our local high school - Mason High School masonohschools - to strengthen the bond between the Big and Little Comets in Mason. MYF offers Kth-grade opportunities to play tackle football.
Come and join the Bear Nation! The Union Finley Midget Football Association will have registration for football players and cheerleaders for the season. April 10,11 a.
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Sometimes I just can't help it. Before you read further, you tell me: What do you think that this lawsuit was about? Talk about escalation -- the mother's complaint was investigated by the Department of Justice, which determined that the league had violated the ADA by failing to make a reasonable modification of its policies, practices and procedures to permit the boy to use a tinted visor when playing football.
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