Football, cheer camp begins today, sign-up still available
Posted on 7/9/2018 8:03:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Are you ready for some football? The Seguin Youth Sports League, C-F-P-O Matadors is inviting kids to this year's All-Skills Football and Cheer Camp. C-F-P-O stands for Christian Federation of Police Officers.

Group member Christopher Duenes says kids ages 5 to 12 are invited to sign up for the $25 camp. The camp runs (today) Monday through Thursday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Vogel Elementary School.

"This is just a camp for the community to get involved (and) for kids who want to get involved, for kids who want to go out and try something different and we are here for those who already know what's going on -- just go out, learn something new, try something different for those who have never done it and for those who have done it, just to get back to skilled drills. We do a lot of refreshing and a lot of teaching and basically a lot of fundamentals to get to know the game, to get to understand the game and with cheerleading, we are going to have a new coach and they are really involved. It's all to keep them busy, to keep them occupied and to learn something different," said Duenes.


Duenes says with the 2018 football and cheer season just around the corner, families this coming week will get the chance to introduce their kids to these sports and meet with the coaches who work year round to inspire their talents.

"It's not one player or one individual or one cheerleader, it's a whole team, a whole unit, a whole community trying to come together and learn and create something and grow. As in football, you start with the basics and you grow from there and that's what we try to incorporate is just us growing and getting better as a team. That's what it is about," said Duenes.

The football and cheer camp is open to Flag (5-6), Pee Wee (7-8), Juniors (9-10) and Seniors (11-12). On the last day of the camp, kids will receive a T-shirt and will be provided pizza. Registration for the upcoming season will also be available at the camp. Cost is $60 for flag, $125 for tackle.

Again, camp is $25 plus $15 for each additional child in a family.

Sign-up will be available before the start of today’s camp at Vogel Elementary. Camp information is also available by contacting James Medrano at 830-556-6973 or by visiting www.cfpopalyouthsports.com/seguin.


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