2011 Flag Highlights

Week 6 Flag Football

posted Oct 16, 2011, 8:19 PM by Jay Fischer

10/16/2011

Windy, sunny and fun describes the play today.   

Awesome day to end the flag season.   

4th graders were talked to about moving up to tackle.    

Special end of year thank yous.  Thanks to Rothgerber family for running concessions this year as well as special thanks to all the parents who helped in concessions.  

To all the high school players for coaching and refereeing - Thank You   You players have made a difference in these young flag players lives.   They will remember what you taught them and appreciate your time on Sunday mornings. Many of you should consider teaching or coaching as a profession.   


Thanks to Melissa Knust for the awesome pics:

Flag Week 6



   

Week 5 Flag Highlights

posted Oct 16, 2011, 8:07 PM by Jay Fischer

10/9/2011

Beautiful weather returned for week 5.  Pictures were passed out.  

ALL the kids and spectators had fun.   




Below are some photo highlights (thanks to Melissa Knust)

Flag Week 5




Week 4 - Flag Highlights

posted Oct 6, 2011, 3:32 AM by Jay Fischer

10/2/2011

Week 4 brought beautiful weather for our flag football players.  

All 8 teams won!  :)






Flag - Week 4




Week 2 - Flag Highlights

posted Sep 18, 2011, 6:22 PM by Jay Fischer

9/18/2011
Even though week 2 brought a little rain which caused some issues with pictures - it didnt stop any of exciting football plays or from our flag players having fun.  

Team Pictures were rescheduled for 2 weeks (Sunday, Oct 2, 2011). 






Flag Week 2 Highlights


Week 1 - Flag Highlights

posted Sep 13, 2011, 7:24 PM by Jay Fischer

9/11/2011
Beautiful weather,  great effort and lots of fun describes the first week of the Flag Football Season.   

Below are some photo highlights:





Week 1 - Flag Football


Flag Teams Announced 2011

posted Aug 17, 2011, 9:20 PM by Jay Fischer   [ updated Sep 9, 2011, 5:33 AM ]



2011 SP&F Flag Football Teams


49ers
Cory Uebelhor, 4th Grade
Evan Tretter, 4th Grade
Garret Berg, 4th Grade
Caden Betz, 3rd Grade
Evan Steinmetz, 3rd Grade
Tyler Tretter, 3rd Grade
Clayton Brames, 2nd Grade
Cooper Uebelhor, 2nd Grade

Broncos
Caiden Persohn, 4th Grade
Noah Fehribach, 4th Grade
Anderson Peters, 3rd Grade
Cameron Lind, 3rd Grade
Chase Taylor, 3rd Grade
Daniel Eckert, 3rd Grade
Caleb Moya, 2nd Grade
Calvin Hasenour, 2nd Grade
Carter Persohn, 2nd Grade

Chiefs
Bralyn Boehm
, 4th Grade
Drew Day, 4th Grade
Hunter Helming, 3rd Grade
Coletyn Bieker, 3rd Grade
Garrett Debevoise, 3rd Grade
Gavin Edele, 3rd Grade
Ethan Hassfurther, 2nd Grade
Wyatt Fleck, 2nd Grade
 
Eagles
Corbin Bell
, 4th Grade
Mathew Seger, 4th Grade
Collin Rothergerber, 3rd Grade
Dakota Johanneman, 3rd Grade
Dylan Bays, 3rd Grade
Keegan Thomas, 3rd Grade
Brody Klem, 2nd Grade
Drew Howard, 2nd Grade
Ethan Hall, 2nd Grade

Giants
Cole Mohr
, 4th Grade
Isaac Uebelhor
, 4th Grade
Logan Smith, 4th Grade
Blake Hagedorn, 3rd Grade
Nathan Jarboe, 3rd Grade
Travis Haug, 3rd Grade
Tyler Haug, 3rd Grade
Ethan Beckman, 2nd Grade
Patrick Recker, 2nd Grade

Saints
Jarred Schipp
, 4th Grade
Trey Barnes, 4th Grade
Tyler Burger, 4th Grade
Luke Lockard, 3rd Grade
Paul Fischer, 3rd Grade
Wade Leonard, 3rd Grade
Adam Englert, 2nd Grade
Brant Tretter, 2nd Grade
Jacob Bettag, 2nd Grade

Steelers
Jeremy Griffith
, 4th Grade
Reese Verkamp
, 4th Grade
Tanner Berg, 4th Grade
Austin Clifton, 3rd Grade
Luke Brosmer, 3rd Grade
Trevor Horney, 3rd Grade
Chase Verkamp, 2nd Grade
Will Kreilein, 2nd Grade
Chris Williamson, 2nd Grade

Vikings
Gavin Knust
, 4th Grade
Hunter King, 4th Grade
Isaac Brosmer, 4th Grade
Ben Kluesner, 3rd Grade
Dalton Streicher, 3rd Grade
Simon Jacob, 3rd Grade
Camren Giesler, 2nd Grade
Clay Mason, 2nd Grade
Nolan Winkler, 2nd Grade

All Flag football players must wear a mouthpiece in order to play.
No exceptions!

2011 Flag Football Mini Camp

posted Aug 10, 2011, 4:48 PM by Jay Fischer   [ updated Aug 10, 2011, 6:15 PM ]

Flag Football began on Monday 8/8/2011 - 7pm at Forest Park High School Football Field.    We have record # of kids playing this year and will be able to fill 8 teams.    

In case you weren't able to make it that night (or if you had trouble hearing us) - below are the brief highlights:

Coach Wagner, our Varsity Head Coach,  introduced himself as well as assistant coaches present: Ross Fuss and Marcus Williamson.   He talked briefly about the football program history as well as what he expects from his players.   He introduced Jay Fischer who explained the history of SP&F as well as the other board members present - Eric Uebelhor, Kim Vogeral, and Jeff Hagedorn.   Flag Football uses high school players to both coach and referee their games - the coaches present introduced themselves to the parents.  
     The flag players broke up into small groups with their new coaches where they performed a few drills.   They learned and practiced the correct way to run, catch, and throw a football.    They also got a chance to see how to pull a flag.   The coaches (High School Players) also gave them a FP Football wrist band to wear.   This is a reminder that they are all part of the Forest Park team and if they keep practicing they could eventually be a member in the Band of Brothers.  

What Parents should expect this season:
  • 6 weeks of 40 min Flag games (split in 20min halves)
  • Flag Parents need to work Varsity Concession Stands (Both Parents - no kids - it gets BUSY!) See Schedule
  • Flag Practice starts 15min before every Flag game - coaches and players need to be there early
  • Rotating Coaches this year so Kids meet and get led by more high school players
  • Look at website for updates (follow all levels of program)
What the kids need this season:
  • NFL Flag Jersey (Provided by SP&F at first Flag Game)
  • Protective Mouthpiece - no exceptions must wear to play - (if child forgets or loses - we sell them for $1)
  • Cleats allowed - but no metal spikes on shoes
Primary Flag Rules
  • Have Fun
  • Do your Best
  • Good Sportsmanship
Look for a future announcement where we will divide the kids into 8 teams.  Each team will have all grades represented, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th.     Have your son take care of their mouthpiece, wrist band and uniform.  It is their responsibility.   Uniforms will be collected at the end of the season.   

Parents were given the following handouts:
 Thanks to Melissa Knust - below are some photos from the event. 

Flag Mini-Camp




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