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2013 Season Schedule and Results
2013 All-Stars

Several KFL All-Star teams participated in post-season play and did KFL proud:

- The KFL 10U Chargers brought home the runner-up trophy from the EAYF Bluegrass Bowl in Elizabethtown!

- The KFL 8U Titans brought home the runner-up trophy in the EAYF Bluegrass Bowl!

Congrats also to the 12U Giants and 10U Cowboys, who also participated in the EAYF Bluegrass Bowl!

KFL's Hadley Hughes Selected as USA Cheer All-Star

KFL's own Hadley Hughes was nominated by KFL and then selected by USA Cheer for the 2013 American Youth Cheer All-American All-Star cheerleading team. She was one of 20 girls across the nation picked for this honor.

Her experience included a week-long set of events leading up to the Semper Fi All-American All-Star football games in California.

Congrats to Hadley! Thanks for being an oustanding example of the many hard-working KFL kids!

In the photo below, Hadley is on the far right of the front row with her AYC cheer squad:

2013 KFL Champions

Congratulations to the 2013 KFL Champions!

Flag Division - the Jets

2-3 Grade - the Packers

4-6 Grade - the Cowboys

Thanks to the entire KFL Community for your support and participation!

KFL Supports A Crucial Catch Program to Fight Cancer
As the nation marked the annual National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October 2013, the American Cancer Society partnered with the National Football League to create an initiative called "A Crucial Catch: Annual Screening Saves Lives" -- and KFL joined in wholeheartedly.

Joining other teams from around the state, the players of Kids Football League organized a fundraising game day to raise critical funds and cancer awareness during all KFL games played on Saturday, October 19, at Owensboro High School and Saturday, October 26, at Owensboro Catholic High School's Steele Stadium.

The KFL games on October 19 and 26 were "pinked out" with players, cheerleaders and spectators in pink gear. For example, players wore pink shoelaces, socks and wristbands, and cheerleaders wore pink bows, wristbands, socks, and shoelaces. Coaches and parents dressed in pink as well.

KFL charged $2 for admission, with $1 going to American Cancer Society. Teams also submitted the names of family members, friends, and/or co-workers who were battling cancer, survived cancer, or lost the fight against cancer. At each KFL game these individuals were honored through the PA. Survivors in attendance participated in the coin toss of games as KFL's special guest.

By joining the American Cancer Society through A Crucial Catch, Kids Football League shone a spotlight on breast cancer awareness and reminded women 40 and older about the importance of getting a mammogram and clinical breast exam every year to find breast cancer in its earliest, most treatable stage.
Participation in the Crucial Catch program is an intricate part of KFL's mission to develop positive character traits in kids while emphasizing the need to give to our community.

Posted Feb 25, 2014

July 7, 2013

USA Football/Heads Up Meeting in Nashville
Posted Feb 25, 2014

April 24, 2013

By Todd Humphreys

Harold Lester and I attended a USA Football/Heads Up Football forum this past Saturday in Nashville, TN. The forum was held at the Tennessee Titans training facility. They were very gracious and we appreciated the opportunity to attend. We were able to network with several Nashville and middle Tennessee area youth football league presidents and coaches. We discussed best practices and gained valuable insight on things such as fund raising, coaches’ education, background checks, as well as specific information regarding league start ups. We spent nearly an hour just on "Heads-up Football". I will share more detail in our next meeting. However, I would like to report that KFL is 100% on the right track. We are either already doing most of what they suggested, or have discussed and in some areas, we are ahead of the curve. There was a Riddell Football rep. there that we met with and we look to work with later. We have some great new friends and contacts that could lead to some games down the road help with ideas, organization etc….  I have a direct contact with the Tennessee Titans now through Bob Hyde, who has been their Community Relations guy since 1977 (when they were the Houston Oilers). Anyway, a great day. Very informative and well worth the day spent traveling and meeting.
On a side note, we were also able to meet Head Coach Mike Munchak as well as General Manager Rushton Webster!

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