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Brentwood Franklin renew youth football rivalry

The two most dominate youth football and cheerleading programs in Williamson County tee it up again tomorrow at the Williamson Medical Center Fields at the Franklin Cowboy Complex in Jim Warren Park with fourteen contests scheduled.

The Brentwood Blaze will bring fourteen teams, from junior pee wee to middle school aged AAA to Franklin for the annual celebration of football.

The host Cowboys, entering a fifth decade of working with youth players and cheerleaders, are looking to reassert the dominance of years past after the Blaze owned nearly every division championship in the Tennessee Youth Football League last year.

Seven games are scheduled on Williamson Medical Center Field One beginning at 8:15 a.m., with seven games running on Williamson Medical Center Field Two starting at 8:30 a.m.  A new game is set to begin one-and-a-half hours after the first game on each field, making the meetings an all day affair.

The Tennessee Youth Football League includes Brentwood, Franklin, Blackman, Hendersonville, Spring Hill, Grassland, Jefferson Street and Middle Tennessee Bulldogs.

Admission is free to all games, as is parking.  Concessions will be available from 8 a.m. until the end of the last game.  For more information visit www.franklincowboys.org


Posted on: 9/5/2013

 
 

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