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NYO 12U Titans Place Third at the D2/D3 Championship” Tournament – June 2017

The NYO Titans continued their strong Summer performance by placing 3rd out of 28 teams in the D2/D3 Championship at Fowler Park in majestic Cumming, Georgia.  The Titans ended the tournament with a record of 3-0 in pool play and 2-1 in bracket play.  The Titans made it all the way to the Semifinals before losing to a very powerful Forsyth Monster travel team.  The Titan’s overall record improved to 13 wins and 1 loss for the Summer. 
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NYO Cheer Registration is Open! - Important Dates and FAQ


Do you have spirit? Cheer registration is now open for all K-6th graders who are ready to cheer for the 2017 NYO Football season.


Visit www.nyosports.com TODAY to sign up for our 2017 fall cheer season. Click "Registration" and follow the prompts. 

Dates for the 2017 Cheer Season!
Can you believe Cheer season is just around the corner?  Check out these important dates for the 2017 season! 
Orientation for all new and returning cheerleaders (NYO Gym) on August 3 at 6:30 pm.

Cheer Clinics for ALL CHEERLEADERS held at the NYO Gym
All cheerleaders are required to attend every clinic and we’ll be handling uniform fitting at this time. Cheerleaders will learn   

Clinics
Tuesday, August 8 ∙ 5:00 pm  NOTE: Uniform fitting will take place on 8/8.
Wednesday, August 9 ∙ 5:30 pm 
Thursday, August 10 ∙ 5:30 pm 

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11U Bulls Win Championship Again in Week 3


The 11U Bulls traveled to Gainesville, GA to continue their winning streak. In game one on Saturday, they faced the Dobbs Creek Rangers defeating them easily 16-1. The Roswell Black Hornets equally did not stand a chance against the Bulls who played as a solid team to win 17-3.  (Click Title to Read More)

NYO Warriors 12U Win the Showdown XI – June 2-4, 2017

The NYO Warriors 12U were on the warpath taking home the prize at the Showdown XI in Woodstock, GA. Head Coach Che Barbour, Coach Billy Small, Coach Harris Kirson and Coach Clay Chesin prepared the Warriors for rain or shine weather to win!  (Click Title to Read More)

11U Bulls Dominate as Tournament Champions During Week Two

The 11U Bulls headed up to Woodstock for their second tournament. They faced the DHYS Red Devils on May 31. Miles Mador was a solid wall as he caught for Blake Fielden, who produced two K’s during the first inning and many strikes during the second. Wyatt Alford made tough catches for two outs during the second inning. The Bulls bats came to life during the second. A line drive up the middle by Mador with a stolen base, a walk by Chase Perry, and an RBI by James Hall were the keys to the 5 runs scored that inning. Walker Richens threw heat making it tough for the Red Devils to hit his fast balls and change ups to Mador during the third inning. Stanton Aldridge stopped a rocket for an out at second to Hall. Hunter Davis threw a bullet from CF to Alford at first for an important third out with bases loaded. Hall took the mound with skill with Alford catching for the fourth and final inning of the game. Joey Holliday made a great catch at first for a key out during the fourth. For the Bulls final at bat Owen Cohn cranked a line drive to start the inning and then stole home to tie up the game 6-6. Richens drove the ball toward third base for a walk off single scoring the final run to win the game 7-6. Bulls fans, players and coaches could be heard cheering back in Buckhead.
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NYO 12U Titans Place First at Southern Sports “State Championship” Tournament – June 2017

The NYO Titans continued their winning form by placing first in the rain-shortened Southern Sports “State Championship” at beautiful (and remote) Sawnee Mountain Park.  The Titans ended the tournament with a record of 2-0 in pool play and 1-0 in bracket play and had the winningest record when rains drenched Atlanta for the second straight weekend.  The Titan’s overall record improved to 8 wins and 0 loses for the Summer. 
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8U Longhorns Continue Hot Play with Second Straight Gold Division Runner-Up

The 8U Longhorns posted another solid team effort over the weekend at Clash at the Battlefield in Kennesaw. Coaches Rich Fernandez, Kevin Woods, Leo Loughead and Eric Swanson led the team to their second straight gold division runner-up finish.

The Longhorns went 2-0 in pool play to earn the #2 seed for bracket play. In the first pool game, the Longhorns overcame a 12-3 deficit after two innings to defeat the Buckhead Bombers 17-15. The Longhorns then put on an offensive clinic in a 24-9 victory over the eventual Silver Division champion Druid Hills Blue Devils. The Longhorns combined for 31 hits, including multiple hits from every player on the roster.

Players opened Sunday by fighting the elements in a rain-soaked 16-11 semifinal victory over the East Side Cyclones. After a multi-hour rain delay, the Longhorns came just short of the title, ultimately falling 11-5 to the host Kennesaw Generals.

Coach Tony's Corner - NYO's Mission Part 1 of 4: Good Character is a Personal Choice

NYO is a premiere athletic program where young people learn life and athletic skills through team sports that emphasize character building, sportsmanship, healthy competition, and positive coaching as part of a family- friendly and safe community.

Part 1 of 4 – NYO’s Mission: Good Character is a Choice
"Talent is a gift, but our character is a choice. Talent is natural ability, our gift from God, but we have the power to determine our character.”  – John C. Maxwell

One morning last week, my wife, Alicia and I were having coffee in the kitchen when the topic of “character” came up in the conversation.  Alicia said, “You know Tony, good character is a personal choice.”  As I began to slump down in my chair, I thought to myself, “Uh oh, what did I do this time?”
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