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Stockdale football league gets jump on new season




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The Stockdale Tackle Football League, which competes as part of the Christian Federation of Police Officers (CFPO) league, is looking for children ages 7-12, as of Sept. 1, to participate in competitive, full-contact football. The league is also registering for its flag football team for ages 5-6. The kids will learn discipline and knowledge of the game, and, most of all, will have fun.

Practice sessions will be held three times per week in Stockdale, and all games will be played on Saturdays in San Marcos. Participants will be playing in a well-organized, 36-year-old league, and will face talented and motived athletes from Navarro, San Marcos, Buda, Kyle, Luling, New Braunfels, Seguin, Lockhart, and other surrounding areas. Players will be coached by certified CFPO coaches, and their experience will benefit the future football programs at Stockdale.

The Stockdale Tackle Football League will have football camp Monday, July 28, Tuesday, July 29, and Thursday, July 31, from 6:30-8 p.m. Children ages 5-12 are welcome to participate. The cost is $25 and includes a T-shirt. Registration for the fall season will be available each night during the camp, and registration is available online at www.cfpo-palyouthsports.com.

For more information, call Brandon Zella at 830-534-2526.
 

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