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Managed by Coach Mo, our program serves local Schools and neighboring communites.
Using football to provide physical & spiritual outlets in inner-city & at risk communities. We also conduct developmental & competitive programs & camps.
NFL FLAG FOOTBALL
- Fall League: August-September
- Spring NFL Flag Football (March-April)
- NFL Flag Passing League (June)
- Youth Developmental League: Fall & Spring League
- Murphy League: Fall & Spring League
- NFL High School & Junior Player Development
- Football Fridays Developmental League Fall, Winter & Spring Leagues
- Monday Nite Football: Fall, Winter & Spring Instructional Leagues
Our program serves local Schools and neighboring communites . Starting at age 5, we accept all skill levels welcome and everyone plays. The leagues are "kid" driven with instruction in basic athletic and life skills. Our goal is to provide within each athlete, parents and coaches a spiritual outlet through sports and to develop within each athlete, strong values and attitudes....and everyone plays!
Using newly developed techniques used by USA Football, we help , peice by peice and through careful development a model of youth football withing each player, depending on his or her ability.
Designed to develop football players who are relatively new to tackle football or lack the resources to compete, possess or wish to develop skills necessary to play at the highest level of high school and eventually collegiate football. On the field, our staff will instruct players and conduct a wide variety of drills aimed at perfecting their individual technique, physical and spiritual fitness.
REGISTRATION FOR NORTH MOUNTAIN NFL FLAG FOOTBALL
Registration and minicamp for Cardinals NFL Flag football & tackle football at Royal Palm elementary school begins Wednesday 31 August 530pm-630pm.
Our leagues are kid driven and everyone plays. There will be opportunities for more advanced athletes to participate in competitive tournaments. All players will be given an opportunities to become better student athletes not matter what their skill set may be. We will continue to conduct a series of Wednesday registrations and skills and development camps through September.
During skills camps players will have the opportunity to learn every position. All games and practices will be on the Arizona Cardinals football field on the north side of the Campus off 19th ave 530-630pm on WEDNESDAYS. For details, contact Coach Mo at 480-217-0175 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
COUGARS WIN 3RD CITY CHAMPIONSHIP
SOUTH CENTRAL 15, MURPHY 8
Behind a dominant line that includes All-PSL candidates Daniel Saiz, Matthew Caldwell and Anthony Mendoza, Quarterback Destination Salazar, William Muldrow and Micheal Ramirez rolled up yardage on the ground as the Cougar finish the PSL unbeaten.
In true Cougar form, the game was close and the running game was as usual key.
South, made up mostly of players from the Roosevelt district and other westside schools, struck first as Salazar went yard on 75 yard run in the opening drive. After the Salazar run, it was pretty much a stalemate as both teams boxed it out. Murphy went ahead on a TD run after an 80 yard drive and held on until the Cougars took possesion with 6 munutes left.
Then Muldrow, Salazar and Ramirez went to work, systematically picking up key first downs and capping off with a Ramirez touchdown.Murphy advanced by beating the Phoenix Elementary district based Grizzlies in a close one.