San Francisco PAL Seahawks Jr.Midgets: Welcome
For more than fifty years, the PAL Seahawks Football program has played at Kimbell Field in the Western Addition. The PAL Seahawks is the oldest youth football team in the city of San Francisco and have been the cornerstone of youth football in the city for fifty plus years. With the help of 30 volunteer coaches (many of whom were former PAL Seahawks players themselves in their youth).The Seahawks football Program alone serves over 200 young men every Fall. The majority of these youth are socioeconomically Disadvantaged and many are foster youth for whom this program provides positive adult role models, father figures as well as big brothers in their lives.
Saturday, September 15
The San Francisco PAL Seahawks Jr.Midgets team went into what the coaches call pre-game mode as they get ready to battle Elk Grove Dukes at home. The Seahawks come into tomorrows game on a 3 game winning streak with a 3-0 record while the Dukes follow with a 2-1 record. We caught up with Linebackers Coach Tayari Gentry of the Seahawks and asked him.
What are you looking to take from this game and what do you feel the team needs to do to add another W to the win column and keep the streak alive? he replied, " I'm jus really looking for us to play a good game, execute our game plan and in all jus have fun. In order for us to add another W to the win column we need to play together , Tackle well and continue to be physical. He also added "I'm very proud of this team they play hard no matter what and have alot of fight in them."
The Seahawks hope to secure the Win and Stay unbeaten in conference play and stay at the top of the Standing at number 1.
Saturday, September 15
The San Francisco Seahawks Jr.Midget team went into Last Week's game with a 2-0 Record against the South Sacramento Vikings as they came out victorious in the meeting 44-0. This is the second week the Seahawks have pinched a shutout against their opponent, the seahawks now sit at 3-0 in league and Have the top spot in the Division. 5 players touched the end zone as they gained another win last week.
" Im jus proud of my team and the way that they are playing , they come to practice every week with the intent to get better and improve from the past week and thats al we as a staff can ask for", Said by Offensive-Coordinator Jamaal Gilyard