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20. - Posted October 30, 2009 6:45PM
Its kind of interesting that the Colts seem to make it to spot 1 having the least points. Some how every year they change the point system. Grid Kids site says different and that is what the public sees.

19. - Posted August 30, 2009 4:49PM

To whom it may concern:
My name is Charles Schouviller. I have talked to Sarah Sullins the team mom of the Coyotes about running the Coyotes portion of the web site. Could tou please grant me access to make changes. Thanks

18. - Posted October 13, 2008 11:43PM
Eagles Squad

This happens to be about my eleven year-old son who sufferes from a rare neurological brain disorder and undewent brain surgery on August 05, 2008. As a result he is no longer able to play football. Those that know Wayde know that he LOVES football. That was his existence. He gave 110% when he was out on the field and it is very unfortunate that his football career had to be cut short. To be told he could no longer play football turned his world upside down. At the age of eleven he has shown so much strength and courage and has never complained. The Eagles organization (Kennewick Grid Kids association) have given us so much love, strenghth, support and encouragement during wayde's recovery process. Despite the fact that Wayde can no longer physically be on the field playing football, they have made him just as much a part of the team as he was before. They are a true testament of the fact that there still is good in our community and there are so many good people out there willing to give back. The Eagles organization is not only teaching these young people the fundamentals of football but they are also instilling in then sportsmanship, community leadership, and the importance of team spirit and compassion. They have gone above and beyond any expectation and have touched our hearts in a way we will never forget. Wayde was so generously given an all expense paid trip to Chicago to watch the Chicago Bears play the Detroit Lions and stay at the home of Brian Urlacher and his family. This exemplies the positive impact professional athletes can have on a community and the positive impact they can make in a young child's life. All too often we hear and see the negative aspects of professional athletes and this is a case in point of a local professional athlete giving back to youth and to his community. I feel that this should be commended. This will be a memory that Wayde will cherish and remember the rest of his life. To say thank you, simply doesn't seem to be sufficient. THis couldnt come at a better time. Obviously Wayde has gone through a lot of physical pain but just as important, he has had to deal with the emotional aspect of how this has impacted his life and will impact his life in the years to come. Despite all the adversity Wayde has been through, he remains positive and we have a lot of people to thank for that and have been blessed to be surrounded by such a great community as the Eagles organization, loving family and friends and the generosity of the Kennewick Grid Kids Association. I think it is important for the community to see that an 11 year-old boy can have his dream of meeting his favorite team (Chicago Bears) and a football hero (Brian Urlacher) come true through such an amazing outpouring of generosity. Wayde may not be able to be on the football field, but this will be a memory he will carry with him for the rest of his life. I thank the Eagle's Organization, all the coaches, the players, parents and The Urlacher's for making this all possible and feel they are deserving of the praise of being the true hero's and for fulfilling a young boys dream. I would love to be able to publicly give thanks to such a great organization and make the community aware that there is so much more than just football that is being taught to these young athletes. I can't personally thank every person involved, but our lives have truly been enriched through all of your kindess, generosity and support. The extrodinary gift is truly appreciated and will forever be cherished. Thank each and every one of you! Jennifer, Wayde and T.J. Morris

17. - Posted September 22, 2008 7:57AM
Thanks for your hard work Betty, the website looks great!

The Landby's

16. - Posted August 2, 2008 2:20PM
Sorry I couldn't be there for the try-outs today, which means I missed you on the field Andrew. Hope it went well, bit of a different shape than a rugby ball but I bet you did great!

15. - Posted July 1, 2008 11:29AM
Interested in Grid Kids 2008 Football.

14. - Posted June 26, 2008 6:55PM
NeX Level Sports Training

I want to thank Kim for everything she has done for me in helping get this Youth football camp started in the Tri-Cities. If any parents have any questions please send me an e-mail or call my cell(both items can be found on my website) Once again Thank you. If you ever need anything I mean anything please give me a call!

13. - Posted June 20, 2008 10:26AM
First timer this season if can get info. Can anyone help me out?

12. - Posted June 18, 2008 12:38PM
Huskies A team

WE are looking forward to the 2008 season...can someone let us know when we will be starting? THanks

11. - Posted October 31, 2007 4:31PM
Thanks for all the hard work on the site

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