Remember Registration for the 2016 Season Starts In March 2016
This Sunday The 30th Mullins Park Will Be Closed! No Practices!
FRESHMAN : Thursday the 27th is rescheduled for Friday 9/4 same times on Aiello
Please make sure your players are wearing League Approved Uniforms. Board members will be out roaming the fields to ensure a great start to the 2105 season.
Keep in mind this league is all about FUN! Between the first game and the end of the season expect to see the level of play to improve greatly by the end of the season. So just come out and enjoy your time being spent with family and your Football player or Cheerleader.
I know the weather has been crazy these last few weeks but we have rules we have to follow. Please make sure any time you hear the Lightning Horn Alert please go directly to your car or seek safe shelter. Do NOT leave the park unless you are directed to. We normally will attempt to wait out different types of weather to keep games going. We will make every attempt to complete games if at all possible.
Please contact Tory at the below address if you would like to register onto our wait list… We will be accepting On-Line Registration for players that would like to be added to our wait list. We always do our best to assure that all of our wait list players get placed on a team. You will not be asked to pay until your player is placed on a team. Torrance Barlett firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freshmen – 7 – 9 Years Old Birth Dates 9/1/2005 to 8/31/2008
Junior – 10 – 11 Years Old Birth Dates 9/1/2003 to 8/31/2005
Senior – 12 – 14 Years Old Birth Dates 9/1/2000 to 8/31/2003
As each Flag Football season comes and goes, I can’t help but think about what goes into making each season a success. It is not a four month program, but a year round responsibility. I t is truly a community program that involves many different aspects and brings everyone together, from the Parks and Recreation Department that makes sure the fields are in good condition and prepared for each game, to the referees that officiate the games and maintain safety as it is #1 priority, to the concession stand workers who provide refreshments to everyone, as well as ice for the occasional bump and bruise. Equally important are the parents who support the boys and girls by bringing them to practices and games and cheering for them. This would not be possible without the coaches, assistant coaches, and teen advisors who inspire everyone to achieve their best and teach important life lessons dealing with winning, losing, teamwork, and all that can be learned from that. The question has to be asked, why do all of these people volunteer their time? The answer is quite simply “For the Kids.” To see the face of a seven year old scoring his first touchdown, watching the cheerleaders complete a perfect cheer, seeing the parents faces fill with pride as they see their children compete and have an enjoyable experience. That is why all of these people do it.
I consider it an honor to serve as the president of one of Coral Springs’ oldest and most successful sports league. I would like to thank all of you that have given the most valuable commodity, which can be given to your children, and that is your time. I would also like to thank the Board of Directors who have given and sacrificed so much to make each and every season a successful one. I hope everyone takes with them a sense of satisfaction knowing that we put forth all this effort “For The Kids”.