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New York City Pop Warner (NYCPW) is a non-profit 501 (C) 3 football and cheer league kicked off its first season in 2008. NYCPW covers the five boroughs of New York City which includes Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, and Staten Island. NYCPW is part of the Eastern Region. The Eastern Region blankets New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Deleware, and Washington, D.C. We are committed to assuring all associations are treated fairly and all participants involved will learn football and cheer, while also having fun. NYCPW manages team scheduling, solidifying league events, providing clinics for safe and competitive coaching and making sure that all associations in the league are complying with the National and NYCPW rules and regulations.
EMPIRE STATE YOUTH FOOTBALL AND CHEER
Football for kids!
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CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL LEAGUE METROPOLITAN NEW YORK
Schedule and Results, Standings, League Meeting Schedule, League Forms, All League Selections, Playoffs, Photos, Seasons Stats and League Events.
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Rivals.com was acquired by Yahoo! in July 2007 and has been serving serious sports fans since May 2001.
Powered by more than 300 writers, reporters and publishers at the local level, Rivals.com is the most respected name in team-specific college sports coverage and the country's No. 1 authority on college football and basketball recruiting.
While the content itself is deeper and more comprehensive than you'll find anyplace else, it's the unique way that Rivals.com delivers the news and engages the fan that makes the company so special. Rivals.com drives what we call "The Ultimate Fan Experience" by integrating its exclusive expert content into a network of team-based sites with message boards and various community tools that encourage and result in ever-increasing fan knowledge and involvement.
Rivals.com is always looking for ways to grow and improve its level of service to fans, whether it's adding more news personnel to individual team sites, adding new technological products and functionality to the site or launching a whole new line of business. Whatever Rivals.com does, it's always with the fan in mind.
Rivals.com is one of the fastest growing brands in sports media, reaching more than 11.5 million unique users in January 2009*.
Ask any fan or media member even remotely familiar with or responsible for football and basketball recruiting coverage and the first name that will come to mind is Rivals.com. There are several reasons why that is the case. Rivals.com was the first online company to put such a heavy emphasis and value on football and basketball recruiting. The rest is history.
Rivals.com revolutionized college football and basketball recruiting coverage. It was first to provide such innovative features as national player rankings, online video highlights, player cards and searchable player database, official visit lists, coach "recruited by" function, text alerts to cell phones and much, much more.
The team of 20-plus experts and reporters is considered the best in the industry, whether it is reporting the news or ranking the players. Former No. 1 Rivals.com players include Vince Young, LeBron James and Adrian Peterson.
Rivals.com is frequently sourced in major daily newspapers across the country and appears regularly on ESPN, FoxSports, and other national and regional sports programming. Rivals.com is also the exclusive home of the Nike Football Training Camps and is the sole choice of the Football Writers Association of America and Basketball Writers Association of America as the two organizations' recruiting coverage provider.
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Welcome to the National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA), where they match college coaches with qualified student athletes. This college recruiting Web site is an interactive educational tool for student athletes, parents, coaches and athletic directors who want to learn more about the collegiate recruiting process from our expert recruiting staff.
The NCAA strives to maintain intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the educational program and the athlete as an integral part of the student body.
Find out what you need to do to play college sports.
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No. 1 source for team and recruiting news.
Online edition of the popular kids' magazine includes games, stories, interviews with sports personalities, polls, and lots more.
"5.2 yards per carry, never missed game, won the rushing title every year but one when he was in the league, there was a lot of contenders but if you have to select one, you have to pick Jim as the greatest running back in history."
- Bob Costas
AFRICAN AMERICANS IN HISTORY
Black history, and it's not even February!
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Katie Hnida became the first woman to play in a Division I-A football.
Overcame polio to win Olympic gold.
Which players broke the color barrier in the NFL?
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Find out information about all your favorite professional teams.
Do you know who was the first African American coach in the National Football League?
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Fritz Pollard and the Brown Bombers
A MUST READ!
A hero. One of the greatest football players of all time. One of the most talented athletes in the history of the world. All of these praises describe a man who only wanted to try hard and be the best all around person he could be. He wanted to help everyone, and although he is no longer living, his legacy lives on today...
WHO IS IT?
Nickname: "White Shoes"
Position: Punt Returner
Team: Houston Oilers
He had a lot of magnificent days; enough to land him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame at age 34, the youngest inductee ever....
One of the 100 Greatest Players of all time
"A Rose By Any Other Name"
Steeler linebacker Jack Lambert is not known as a sweetie, but he sure knows the sweet smell of success...
Why we like him?
Not only is Pele one of the all-time greatest players of the world's most popular sport, but he's also an author, actor, composer, businessman, and ambassador of peace and goodwill.
Why is he famous?
Pele became famous around the globe at the age of 17, following his spectacular World Cup debut in 1958. He led the Brazilian national team to three World Cup titles ('58,'62,'70), and is the only three-time world champion in soccer. When he joined the New York Cosmos of the North American Soccer League in 1975, he single-handedly helped make the sport more popular among American sports fans.
Roberto Clemente Walker's pride and humanitarianism won him universal admiration. Despite an unorthodox batting style, the Pirates' great won four batting crowns and amassed 3,000 hits. He was equally brilliant in right field, where he displayed a precise and powerful arm. Clemente earned National League MVP honors in 1966, but achieved his greatest fame in the 1971 World Series, when he batted .414. Tragically, Clemente's life ended at age 38 — the victim of a plane crash while flying relief supplies to Nicaraguan earthquake victims.
Did you know ... that Roberto Clemente earned 12 consecutive Gold Glove Awards for his excellence in the outfield?
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