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***The Mighty Mite games do not start until September 13. The Mighty Mite schedule will be out by September 5th.***
The online registration is still open for Tackle and flag football! Click on the registration tab at the top to go to the registration page!
The coaches clinic will be on August 30 starting at 10;00 am at the Hill Country Event Center, 107 Center Point Rd. (located 1 & 1/2 miles south of the fields on Hunter Rd.).
This will be the last clinic for the year. This clinic is for all new coaches and returning coaches.
The CFPO-PAL football league continues to expand its teams this year adding in 2 New cities and more teams from existing cities. For coaches or coordinators planning on joining with the CFPO league please review the following document below, which will help to get you informed on the basic rules and expectations of teams in our league.
Coaches / Team Mom's & Dad's,
We will start scheduling your teams photos at the upcoming coaches clinics.
Firehouse Photos will be given time at the clinics to explain the photo process and answer any questions. They will also have the calendar available to schedule your picture date since weekdays fill up quickly.
As in years past we will be going to your town for your convienence for pictures. We will also have dates available on Saturdays to take pictures before your scheduled game. Those dates will firm up as the league schedule does.
We look forward to seeing you at the coaches clinic.
Burglars that stole equipment from CFPO were arrested by the Hays County Sherriffs department in a sting last Saturday night July 19th. The league's lawn mower was recovered and some of our tools. Charged with the crime were Amber Swift and Matthew Williams. Still yet to be recovered are our weed eater and flat screen television that we use to display standings and results on game days during the fall season. CFPO would like to thank sherriffs department Lieutenant D. Guttierez and Detective H. Adair who worked with detectives from SMPD to reclaim our property and apprehend the criminals.