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CSRA SPRING FOOTBALL LEAGUE

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2024 CSRA SPRING FOOTBALL LEAGUE          GAME HIGHLIGHTS

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Sunday School meets on Sunday Morning at 9:30 am.


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Service Time: Wednesday Evenings at 6:30 pm

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2024 LEAGUE INFORMATION

Greetings parents, friends, and supporters of the CSRA Spring Football League.


2. There will be TWO Divisions


11U with a 110lbs max Ball Carry Weight


14U  (No Limits)

The DIFFERENCE of the CSRA Spring Football and other leagues is that our Main Goal is the Teaching of Youth Football Fundamentals.


Our main goal as a youth football coach is teaching ALL the youth football players the fundamentals of football in a safe and positive environment for them to learn.


Core Physical Football Fundamentals

  1. Blocking

  2. Tackling

  3. Running

  4. Passing

  5. Catching

  6. Proper Football Stance


Basic Football Concepts

  1. Rules of the Game

  2. Standard Position Names

  3. Offensive Concepts

  4. Defensive Concepts

  5. Special Team Concepts


Thanks

Gregg Rodgers Sr. (President)

Joseph Lewis Jr.  (Vice President)

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CSRA SPRING FOOTBALL LEAGUE INC.

Mission Statement:
To provide a Youth Football League that benefits young athletes by establishing rules and regulations governing tackle football games, contests, competitions, and exhibitions.  This is accomplished by determining and defining awards and prizes for winning contest. The League was established by defining breaches and infractions of its rules and regulations, and imposing penalties as set forth in the Bylaws and in accordance with the law.

Objectives:
• To promote and maintain physical exercise, physical fitness, and moral well-being of young athletes.
• To engage, assist, encourage, participate, and teach tackle football.
• To further sportsmanship and honor among young athletes in a competitive atmosphere.
• To promote and oversee amateur games, contests, sports, and athletics while elevating the standards and competitive level of youth athletics.
• To foster and encourage community pride through local youth athletics.
• To instill wholesome values in participating players.
• To assist in combating juvenile delinquency by providing and promoting the physical and emotional well-being of young athletes.
• All other ways as are necessary to accomplish our mission and objectives.

CSRA SPRING FOOTBALL LEAGUE

CONCUSSION POLICY

In accordance with Georgia law and national playing rules published by the National Federation of State High School Associations, any athlete who exhibits signs, symptoms, or behaviors consistent with a concussion shall be immediately removed from the practice or contest and shall not return to play until an appropriate health care professional has determined that no concussion has occurred. (NOTE: An appropriate health care professional may include licensed physician (MD/DO) or another licensed individual under the supervision of a licensed physician, such as a nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or certified athletic trainer who has received training in concussion evaluation and management.


No athlete is allowed to return to a game or a practice on the same day that a concussion

(a) has been diagnosed

(b) cannot be ruled out.


Any athlete diagnosed with a concussion shall be cleared medically by an appropriate health care professional prior to resuming participation in any future practice or contest. To add more clarity to the league policy, the following are the progressive steps to return to play: The first treatment for a concussion is 1 to 2 days of rest, both physical and mental. After resting, the athlete can gradually increase activity if it does not cause new symptoms or worsen his symptoms.


The athlete should slowly progress through the following levels of activity:

1. Limited activity. The athlete can take part in daily activities as long as the activity does not increase symptoms or cause new symptoms.

2. Light aerobic activity. This includes exercises at less than 70% maximum heart rate. No resistance training is included.

3. Football exercises. This includes drills but no head impact.

4. Non-contact training drills. This includes more complex training drills such as passing. The athlete may also begin light resistance training.

5. Full-contact practice. The athlete can participate in normal training.

6. The athlete must be symptom-free for 24 hours at the current level of activity before moving on to the next step. If one or more symptoms return, the player needs to go back to the previous level of activity with no symptoms for at least 24 hours before trying to do more.

7. A doctor must make the final decision about whether a player is ready to return to full-contact play. That decision must be documented with a return to play date: the paperwork turned into the league.


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CSRA SPRING FOOTBALL LEAGUE INC. 
EST 2022

INFORMATION ABOUT OUR LEAGUE

Our coaches


  • Our coaches are all local volunteers. They have an intense passion for teaching the game to the youth. Their background in coaching comes from a variety of leagues and levels: Travel, Recreation, Elementary, Middle and High School. We fully understand that coaching can make or break a league, so we hold our coaches and assistants to the highest standard. 


Our history


  • CSRA Spring Football League (CSFL) is a competitive tackle football league held during the spring. The age groups range from 5-14. We inspired to model the league after the previously highly successful CAYFA League.

  • Our league is intended for young athletes who are looking to improve their skills, and for the first-year players looking to learn the fundamentals of football. We pride ourselves on providing players the opportunity to play against tough competition at an affordable price.  


Our season


  • Our season typically starts in March and ends in May.  Combines are held in January. The draft is scheduled for the 1st week in February to decide which team the players will become a member of. The number of teams in each age group will be determined by the number of players signed up.

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GREGG D. RODGERS SR.

President

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JOSEPH C. LEWIS JR

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RESHICA LEWIS

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DOMINIC EUBANKS

Board Member

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NIKKI EDMONDS

Board Member

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