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<center>Jaguars Coaching Staff For 2014</center>

Posted by Dave Rea at Mar 31, 2014 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
The Jags Varsity Coaching Staff will change this season as the 3 Assistants will not be coaching this year. Coach Dennis Galdun has stepped down since his son is moving on to Junior High football, we thank Dennis for his years of coaching in BYFA. Coach Adam Read is stepping down since he is not only getting married this summer but is also buidling a home, we appreciate Adam's work last season. Coach Jon Stahl is going down to take over the Jags JV Squad as Head Coach, so he will be coaching just not at this level.

That brings us to the coaches moving up to the Varsity level. Coach Bob Chegan  will return to the Varsity after serving as the JV Head Coach in 2013. Coach Jay Mamrak will move up from the JV squad as well and the staff rounds out with the third coach moving up from JV Dave Chaney. Dawn Chegan is also returning as Team Mom for the Jaguars Varsity.

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<center>2013 Golden Jag Award</center>

Posted by Dave Rea at Dec 30, 2013 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
The 2013 Golden Jag Award Winner is Jacob Doerge. He received his award at the November 19th at the Jaguars Banquet. Jacob is a four year Jaguar Player. He got his start in 2009 with the Pee Wee Squad and played with the JV in 2010. After sitting out the 2011 Season he played the last 2 years at the Varsity Level. He earned the award for his Leadership, Pride, Effort, Dedication and Positive Football Attitude.

Jacob is following in the footsteps of his brothers. Oldest Brother Billy won the Golden Jaguar Award back in 2006, his other brother Michael won the Iron Jag Award in 2010. Jacob Jaguar Nation is proud of you!

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<center>2013 Iron Jag Award</center>

Posted by Dave Rea at Dec 30, 2013 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
The 2012 Iron Jag Award was presented to Keegan Varney. This award is for the Heart, Toughness, Intensity and Desire that Keegan showed in games and at practice during the 2013 Season. Varney completed his seventh year with the Jaguars this season. He began with the Jags Flag Squad in 2007 and hsas done two seasons on each squad since. PW 2008-09, the JV in 2010-11 and the Varsity Squad the last 2 years in 2012 and 2013. 

Congratulation Keegan on your award, the Jaguars are proud of you! Keegans bother Josh won the original Golden Jet back in the 2000 Season.

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2013 Banquet

Posted by Dave Rea at Dec 24, 2013 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
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<center>Pride Shirts For 2013</center>

Posted by Dave Rea at Sep 3, 2013 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Back in 1998 we started helmet award decals for Offensive and Defensive play, the Skull & Crossbones decal and PRIDE shirts. The PRIDE shirts went by the wayside a couple seasons ago but Coach Arena returned them starting with the last half of the 2012 season. The PRIDE shirt is given to one offensive and one defensive player after each game. The player doesn't have to be the best player on the team, he is the player that particular week in practice and in the game that exhibits leadership and gives 101% of himself to help the team win.

The Decals are given under a certain criteria for each game, such as TDs, rushing yards, sacks, fumble recoveries, etc. We have 2 kinds, the Paw Prints and the Skull and Crossbones. The paw prints are for offensive and defensive performance with offense worn on the right side rear of the helmet and defense on the left side rear of the helmet.

The Skull and Crossbones is very hard to earn and is for Positive Football Attitude, such as a Pancake block or an outstanding bonecrushing tackle. They are worn on the front of the helmet. To illustrate how hard they are to get, the only players to ever get more than one in a season were Joe Hon during the 2000 season and Trevor Thome during the 2009 season.

The PRIDE shirt is given to one offensive and one defensive player after each game. The player doesn't have to be the best player on the team, he is the player that particular week in practice and in the game that exhibits leadership and gives 101% of himself to help the team win.

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