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Please send all football registration forms & a COPY of your child's Birth Certificate to the following address:

North Allegheny Tiger Pride Football Club

P.O. Box 87

Ingomar, PA

15237

IMPORTANT TIGER PRIDE 2014 DATES:

July 21st: First week of Cheer practice 6-8 p.m.

July 26th: Football Eqiupment pick up 8-11 a.m.

July 28th: Combine

August 2nd: Football Equipment pick up (#2) 8-11 a.m.

August 4th: Shorts & helmets

August 11th: Full pads

August 16th: Non-league Scrimmage

August 17th: Coaches Smoker

August 17th: Pictures

August 23rd: Scheduled Scrimmages

August 25th: 3 practices per week for football

August 30th: First game of the season

October 18th: Playoffs

October 25th: Semi Final Game

November 1st: Superbowl @ Keystone oaks

 2013 WELCOME LETTER FOR NEW AND RETURNING PLAYERS FROM OUR PRESIDENT BERNIE CAPUTO:

 

Welcome to Tiger Pride Football. 

            North Allegheny Tiger Pride Football continues to provide the very best that youth football and cheerleading has to offer from competition, learning, skills, safety, and family fun.  We emphasize teamwork, sportsmanship, and leadership and greatly depend on the volunteer efforts of our parents as Board members, coaches, and volunteers. 

            Tiger Pride remains a stalwart on the G19 Youth Football League, our 12th season.  A North Allegheny team has brought home a championship in 7 of the 9 previous seasons and we had 2 championships in 2 of these seasons.  Further, a North Allegheny team has had a team competing for a title each of those years.  Our coaches continue to be outstanding and are teaching the kids the same system used in the high school, which has yielded 3 consecutive WPIAL titles and 2 State titles.  Tiger Pride gives the players basic knowledge of football, a base knowledge of the system that they will use later, and it teaches proper blocking, tackling, and running skills, all of which gives them a competitive edge once they graduate Tiger Pride into middle school football.  Our cheerleaders are taught by the high school cheerleader volunteers.

 

            Tiger Pride remains at the forefront of providing safety to the players.  Our equipment is checked annually and older equipment is replaced in favor of newer, safer equipment.  Most of our helmets have been purchased within the last 3 years and are certified by law every 3 years.  Older helmets are discarded.  Our shoulder pads have all been replaced in the last 2 years.  We recommend a solid plastic chin strap rather than the manufacture provided leather strap.  We are currently looking to replace the pants to provide a comfortable fit with all parts integrated, so that do not move or come out.  Our facilities are some of the best in the League, and our Blueberry game field is the best grass field in the League.       

            Football and cheerleading are FUN!  It is fun when the kids are taught well, perform hard, and display sportsmanship. 

            Help us keep Pride in Tiger Pride Football and Cheerleading.  Sign up and get your child’s friends to sign up.  Let’s all be part of a great organization.


Bernie Caputo
President, North Allegheny Football Club

Baseline Head Injury Testing

CONCUSSION BASELINE TESTING



Through our affiliation with UPMC Sports Medicine, Tiger Pride is now offering the opportunity to utilize ImPACT concussion baseline testing at a cost of $20.00 per athlete. This computer based online test is a series of memory and reaction questions that help establish a baseline of normal cognitive function. The baseline test will then be used as part of a comprehensive clinical evaluation to determine recovery following concussion. It should be noted that this test does not prevent concussions or determine if your son or daughter is predisposed to a concussion. The test is simply one more tool that can be used to determine if your son or daughter can safely return to play following a concussion.

This test is not mandatory, but it is strongly encouraged. Likewise, if your son or daughter were to sustain a concussion during the season I would strongly encourage him or her to seek medical care from the UPMC Sports Medicine or other concussion experts. Additional information regarding the concussion program is available on the Sports Medicine website at the address below.



http://www.upmc.com/Services/sportsmedicine/services/Pages/concussion-services.aspx



Appointments for the ImPACT concussion baseline test can be made by calling UPMC Sports Medicine at 412-432-3775.





2013 NA Tiger Pride Hand Book

August 1, 2010


North Allegheny Tiger Pride Football Club