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Wednesday, 29 October 2014 15:40

The roaring cheers you heard in Buckhead last night were coming from the Pee Wee field.  The HIES Golden Bears and Pace Knights faced each other as the only two undefeated Pee Wee teams in one of this week’s PINK OUT games.  The game was focused on raising Breast Cancer Awareness and players celebrated by wearing pink arm bands, shoe laces, socks and shirts.  The stands were decorated with pink balloons and fans sporting pink.  HIES and Pace Varsity and junior varsity football players, cheerleaders and mascot attended cheering on their prospective teams.  The 7-8 years old players loved having their support.  The Knights pulled it out 13-7.  Both teams played hard, showed great sportsmanship and left with memories that will last a life time.  Click for Golden Bears photo.

Tuesday, 28 October 2014 17:10

“I remember it like it was yesterday!”

Yes, we have all said it at sometime of our life and I am sure we all will say it many more times in the future. Well, I distinctly remember my oldest son on his first day of NYO Football tryouts when he was just 7 years old. It had already been a long day for our family and we were running late! (So late, that we were actually the last family to tryout that day.) Stress levels were high on the ride to the park knowing that we might miss tryouts altogether and that we had just left the oncologists office as my wife was in the midst of her battle with breast cancer. She was weak and nauseous, my son was tired and anxious, and I was doing everything to get him to the park in mental football fashion. My mental “fashion” would have to wait.

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Tuesday, 09 September 2014 12:26

We are excited to announce we have revamped our Sponsorship Program to allow for a more user friendly process.  Click on the title to learn more about the new changes!

Friday, 06 June 2014 14:36

At NYO, we have always been very engaged in our community, and we are blessed to have so many dedicated volunteers who make this happen. One such example that embodies a real sense of community is the annual “Pink Out” PeeWee football game. Started in 2012 by the story of the O’Kelley family, this remarkable event has brought together kids and adults of all ages, from the 7 and 8 year old Pee-Wees to the high school varsity players and cheerleaders, all while raising awareness for breast cancer. With plans to expand the game to a “Pink Out” week and include more high schools and PeeWee teams, don’t miss this year’s event! If you haven’t already signed-up, registration is still open. Just click here to register! http://nyosports.com/registration

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Monday, 05 May 2014 00:00

The NFL sponsored program, "Heads Up" was adopted by NYO beginning in the 2013 season.  Ben Utt, a long time NYO coach, NYO Football Committee member and 10 year NFL veteran is leading this important effort.  Heads Up is an important player safety program.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 00:00

In the fall of 2005 Jack Bryant began his football career as a member of the NYO Fighting Irish. On February 5, 2014 Jack signed a National Letter of Intent with Furman University where he will compete for an offensive line position on the reigning Southern Conference Championship team. It was the decisions in between these milestones where Jack distinguished himself.

(left to right on back row ) Doug Bryant, Nancy Byant and Palmer Scarritt. Jack Bryant is seated

Monday, 10 February 2014 22:11

Luke Wright will continue his football career at the University of Cincinnati under Coach Tommy Tuberville's leadership. Luke attends Holy Innocents' and has been the starting quarterback for the  Bears the last two years. Luke began his football career on the fields of NYO as a PeeWee player. Luke was named Player of the Year at Holy Innocents'. He was also named Player of the Year by the North Fulton Forsyth Touchdown Club.

Wednesday, 18 December 2013 10:06

The Fields of NYO were the first real experience the young men listed below had in organized football. There were many highlights and good times shared by all involved in their young lives while at NYO, as they participated in The Pee Wee, The Littles, and The Bigs Football Programs. They spent hours learning the fundamentals of the game, sportsmanship, and being a good teammate from the dedicated group of Coaches provided through these outstanding programs. Click headline or picture to view roster download and more.

Saturday, 14 December 2013 14:47

Dominick Blaylock, one of the most explosive 7th grade football players in the country, has been selected for the 2014 Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl. Blaylock, a 2019 prospect, will make the trip from Marietta, Georgia to the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas for the all-star matchup of some of the top youth football players in the entire country.  “I feel like this is going to be a great opportunity for me,” said Blaylock.  Cick headline or Photo to read more from this article from the Youth 1 website.

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 00:00

The 12-U NYO Red Devils just concluded their 2013 postseason this past Thanksgiving weekend.  The Red Devils defeated the Forsyth Paladins 6-0 on historic Grant Field at Georgia Tech on Sat, Nov 23rd.  The team and families then travelled to Gatlinburg, TN over Thanksgiving weekend to participate in the 41st Annual Gatlinburg Thanksgiving Bowl Tournament.  The Red Devils played teams from Chicago, New Orleans and Alabama. The Red Devils lost by 1 point 7-6 on a snow covered field to the National Champions from Chicago; lost by a TD 21-14 to the defending National Champions from New Orleans (both opponents were 1-year older as well;) and concluded their season with a resounding 33-6 win over the team from Gadsden, AL. The team had a 4-year record of 9-2.
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Monday, 18 November 2013 00:00

On Sunday November 17th, the 4th Grade Red Devils team held their 2nd annual service project for the park.  This year the Red Devils raked leaves throughout the park and performed a trash sweep on both the Littles and PeeWee fields cleaning up everything from bubble gum, wrappers, two pairs of sunglasses and several mouthpieces to pom-pom string, Styrofoam cups and bottlecaps . The Red Devils are proud to represent the park in the upcoming Miracle Bowl in Alpharetta the three days following Thanksgiving where they will face 4th Grade teams from Alpharetta, Cobb and Roswell.

Monday, 18 November 2013 00:00

The Patriots completed an 11-0 undefeated season and captured the 2013 NYO Bigs Championship over the Dolphins last Monday on historic Blackwell Field! The Patriots had a true team in every sense of the word which is shown in this one singular dominant statistic: The boys gave up only 5 touchdowns (34 points) in 11 games, with 6 shutouts. The Patriots also had 7 players score Touchdowns and over 9 players score points throughout he season. Great kids, Dominant Team, Great Champions! Pictured below are: Bottom Row L-R- Owen Dunn, Miles Wallace, Hunter Williams, Price Doherty, Andrew York, Alan Pope, Quinn Harron, Jack Jacoby; Middle Row- Griffin McKinnis, Morgan Payne, Trevor Jones, Turner Cravens, Jared Yarmowich, Henry Beery, Matthew Davis, Hank Toomey, Jennings McGill; Back Row- Coach Chris Payne, Coach Eric Williams, Coach Pat McGill.

Friday, 15 November 2013 17:39

A skilled and determined Golden Bears team prevailed in a close championship game against the tough Panthers.  The Golden Bears completed the season with a 10-1-1 record and were featured in the Pink Out Game.  Top row of players (from left) - Jack Donovan, Walker Hale, Ethan Hall, Brian Stephens, Corley Watson, Caden Morris, Fain Barton, Will DeButts. Bottom row (from left) - Rainer Langford, Connor White, Ben Cummings, Mac Warren, Jamie O'Kelley, Alex Wickliffe, Austin Elrod.  Coaches (from left) - Luke Barton, Brain Stephens, Corley Watson, Head coach Chris Langford.  Not pictured is Team Mom - Michele White

 

 

Friday, 15 November 2013 17:16

The Bulldogs capped at perfect season by winning the Championship in the Littles on November 9th.  After winning the tough SEC the Bulldogs won the overall championship against an explosive LSU Tigers team.  The Bulldogs had a lot to cheer about as they finished the season with 12-0 record. 

Wednesday, 13 November 2013 16:58

Years ago NYO teams won 7 National Pop Warner Championships. Those teams competed using the name “Red Devils” and were lead by legendary coach Bob Blackwell. During the coming weeks Red Devils teams composed of NYO players will represent NYO in various post season competitions.

Between November 29th and December 1st Red Devil teams playing in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th grader divisions will compete in the Miracle Bowl in Alpharetta. For directions and the game schedules click on the following link: Miracle Bowl Information

Friday, 01 November 2013 12:43

A few years ago, NYO Partnered up with Twisted Taco and Big Frog T-shirt Company to start a Player of the Week Program. The idea is for a child who has worked extra hard during the season to get that special recognition… that extra “atta boy” from his coaches and recognition from his teammates.

And every once in awhile, we get a coach who goes out of his way to recognize a child. I received a letter from one such coach last week highlighting why he chose the player he did for Player of the Week. Click headline or picture to read more ...

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