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Pigskin Showdown: Greater 19 Youth Football League Championship is at Cranberry’s Graham Park

It's championship time! Seneca Valley Junior Football Association hosts youth teams from across the Pittsburgh region in a clash for the league's title. Check out the schedule.

Get ready for a battle of the area’s youth football teams.

On Saturday, Nov. 3, the Seneca Valley Junior Football Association will host the Greater 19 Youth Football League championship at the Dick’s Sporting Goods Sportsplex at Graham Park in Cranberry.

The championship features six games (12 teams) starting at 9 a.m. Saturday.

Don’t forget to join in and cheer on your community’s young football players. Saturday’s championship game marks the end point of months of hard work, practice, games and unmatched effort, according to league officials.

Game Schedule:

  • 9 a.m. (6/7 year old): Bethel Park Black vs. Bethel Park White Graham Park
  • 10 a.m. (8/9 year old AFC Division ): Seneca Valley Spears vs. Peters Township Red
  • 11:30 a.m. (8/9 year old NFC Division): North Allegheny Gold vs. Peters Township Black
  • 12:30 p.m. (10/11 year old AFC Division): Seneca Valley Warriors vs. Canon Mac Blue
  • 2  p.m. (10/11 NFC Division): North Allegheny Black vs. Canon Mac Gold
  • 3 p.m. (12 year old ): Peters Township Red vs. Upper St Clair Black

The Greater 19 Youth Football League is comprised of these communities: Bethel Park, Canon-McMillan, Char Valley,  Keystone Oaks, North Allegheny, Peters Township, Seneca Valley, South Fayette, South Park  and Upper St. Clair.

The league provides youth tackle football and cheerleading for children between the ages of 5-13 —that’s 78 football teams and their associated cheer squads. For more information, visit  www.g19yfl.com

Seneca Valley Junior Football Association is a Cranberry Township-based organization that provides tackle football and cheerleading opportunities for children ages 6 to 13 who live in the Seneca Valley School District.

The Seneca Valley Junior Football Association has 11 football teams and seven cheerleading squads made up of 325 children and more than 600 adult members. For more information, visit www.svjrfootball.org 

If you are going to any of the games, let us know how your team did in the comments box and share pictures by clicking uploading the photos and videos tab underneath the picture box. 

Pierre November 02, 2012 at 10:24 AM
GO SV Spears and SV Warriors!

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