Hunter Youth Football is a member of the Ute Conference which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is recognized as a central organization by the IRS.
Hunter Youth Football was established to promote the wholesome development of youth through their association with adult leaders in the sport of American football...
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Hunter District will hold it's first official practice on Monday July 29th at Hunter Park. Players and parents, be aware the weather will be very as it always is this time of year. Please hydrate 30-45 minutes prior to arriving for practice. 16oz to 24oz of fluid is recommended. Also...
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Many coaches often adopt similar rules when it comes to the football practices. After all, how can a team improve their skills if several players are missing practices all the time?
Coaches pay heavy attention to the "attendance" and "participation" efforts of each player at practice. Many times these two things...
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Players need to conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner, showing respect for each other, coaches, officials, and opponents.
Players should show respect to their coaches. “Yes sir” and “No sir” are appropriate answers to questions and comments.
Arguing is not acceptable. Players who get out of line with coaches may be removed...
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The 2019 Hunter Youth Football Board strives in its mission to make our program about the kids. We want to cultivate an environment that everyone believes is special, something people want to be a part of as a player, volunteer, sponsor and fan. We are committed to providing a rewarding experience...
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