Cleanup should be part of the game

Before becoming a SoHi Star football player parent my child learned the game of football through Pop Warner. The actions I witnessed on Sunday after the unlimited division played were appalling. I do not know who sits on the board any longer nor do I know the coaches of this team. The team and the Pop Warner board did not bother to clean up after they finished their game. Four other parents and myself who were not involved with the game stayed behind and cleaned up the mess which would not have been taken care of otherwise. I know for a fact that our boys when playing Pop Warner football under coaches Fowler, Crawford and Riley never thought of leaving a field in that condition. Thank you coaches! Our SoHi boys will have a clean field and stands to welcome our next guests to, thanks to the parents of a couple Pee Wee players and my family. Go SoHi!

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