Ridge Knights need more junior bantam players

The Meadow Ridge Knights Football Association has enjoyed a lot of growth for the coming season, but needs a few more players...

The Meadow Ridge Knights Football Association has enjoyed a lot of growth for the coming season, but needs a few more players to create another team.

For the 2016 tackle football season, the Knights will be well represented with two atom teams, two pee wee teams, at least one junior bantam team, a bantam and a midget team.

If eight more junior bantam players sign up, the Knights can have two teams at that level.

Players must be 12 or 13 as of Dec. 31 of this year.

The league is just starting, with practices this week, and the first games set for Aug. 26, with the annual Knights of the Round Table Tournament.

The organization will also be doing a fall flag league and cheerleading program.

• For more information or to register, call Amanda Bonswyk at 778-995-8916.

 

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