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RECENT EVENTS
June 8th - Community Awareness Rally w/ CLC (Community Learning Center) with Amachi Vision. Located in Ft. Worth and Weatherford, Tx.
June 15th - Brandon Carr's Youth Football Minicamp - Carr's Care Foundation - 150 Campers at Duncanville High School  (150 Campers)
June  22nd - 19th Annual Byron Williams Youth Football Minicamp, Hometown NFL Weekend - Texarkana USA. ( 150 Campers)
June 27th - J&B Outreach 2nd Annual Youth Football MiniCamp, Dallas, Tx ( 50 Campers)
July 5th - Michael "Scooter" McGruder Youth Football Minicamp, Cleveland Heights, Cleveland, OH ( 200 Campers)
July 12th - JRobs Youth Football Minicamp, Decatur, Tx ( 90 Campers)
July 16th - Project Transformation w/ Cowboy's Wide Receiver Dwayne Harris #17 (100 Campers)
July 20th - Texoma Youth Football Minicamp, Bonham, Tx ( 60 Campers)
Aug. 2-4 - NFLPA Dallas Chapter joined SGSO fundraising project w/ the community of West, TX and Coach Woodard, www.sgso.org
 Aug. 5th - Liberty Christian  - Action Sports Gear / Appearance
Aug. 6th - NFLPA President Conference Call
Aug. 9th-11th - Fuzzy Zoeller's Celebrity Fundraising Weekend
Aug. 14th - Congresswoman - Eddie B. Johnson Youth Teen Summit and Diversity Dialogue. SMU Campus-Dallas
Aug. 15th - NFLPA Sponsored  SCORE Awards - Intercontinental Hotel, Addison, Tx
Aug. 17th - NFLPA Group Mentoring Program
Aug. 20th - NFLPA Chapter meeting - Scottish Rite Hospital Dallas, Tx.
Aug 21th - Craig Ranch - Trymmunity Social Fundraising Event, McKinney, TX
Aug. 28th - Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Luncheon - Happy Hill Farm
Aug. 31th - NFL Player's Gospel Choir - performed at T.D. Jakes's Gospel Megafest.


 

School honors elite athletes, sports leaders
By: Marie Martin - Texarkana Gazette - Published: 02/12/2011

 

Some of Liberty-Eylau’s most elite athletes and sports leaders returned to Leopard territory Friday to be honored on the Rader Dome’s Wall of Honor.

 

Submitted photo by Jerry Black Willie Teal, from left, Byron Williams, coach Don Tuttle, coach Paul Huddleston, Gary Ogden and Laverne Ogden and Rick Ogden (family members of the late Jack Ogden) are honored at the first Liberty-Eylau Wall of Honor ceremony Friday evening at the Rader Dome.

Surrounded by family and friends, former football coach and administrator Paul Huddleston; former basketball coach Don Tuttle; former Minnesota Vikings player Willie Teal, a 1976 alum; and former New York Giants player Byron Williams, a 1979 alum, were given awards during halftime of a varsity basketball game.

Staff photo by Christena Dowsett Former Liberty-Eylau coach Charlie Reed, left, speaks with Byron Williams, former NFL wide receiver, during a mixer to induct five recipients into the first Liberty-Eylau Wall of Honor at the Rader Dome. Reed, who was Williams’ coach in the 1970s, said Williams was “the nicest young man” he’s ever worked with.


Our Visit to Nichols

 

Nichols
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BW Sports is expanding into a new Arena in the Fall of 2010. We are launching a NFL Youth Flag Football program in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Our program will be designed for boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 16. We are a recreational league, headed by former professional athletes as well as are officially sponsored and affiliated with the National Football League. Our program promotes a "Kids F.I.R.S.T" environment. Children of all skill levels can play and interact. Even more importantly, they can have fun. It focuses on :

 

  • Fun...damentals
  • Instruction
  • Respect
  • Sportsmanship and
  • Teamwork

 

We are improving our kid's "life skills" and equipping them for life long lessons which they can apply to future endeavors. Keeping them "motivated and dedicated" is our mission.