The Buckingham County Youth League Football program has produced not only a good atmosphere for the learning of the basic fundamentals of youth football for our community young and future players. We produce a winning pride! A certain quality that is necessary to keep our program on top of the James River Southside Youth Sports Association for some years. We produce Champions!
It's A Buckingham Super Bowl
Actually it will be a Buckingham, Nottoway, South Hill and Emporia Super Bowl this upcoming weekend and what will mark the last game of the 2015 Season. All four of the Buckingham County Youth League football teams was victorious last weekend and finished as the James River District Champions.
From the Southside District the Nottoway Gators, South Hill Yellow Jackets and the Emporia Renegades each will provide three teams to the big games. The BCYL Flag will play the Gators, afterward our Minors will play the Yellow Jackets from South Hill. The BCYL JV and Varsity will play the Renegades from Emporia. These are the teams that came out of last weekend as the Southside District Champions. So let's buckle up and come on out to watch some championship football.
2015 James River District
The Buckingham County Youth League Football program hosted the James River District Championship games this past weekend and what a day for the Buckingham County Football program. Making it to the District Championship game is tough for a team. The Buckingham County Youth League managed to put all four of their teams into the Playoffs. At the end of the evening and when the smoke cleared...all four of the BCYL teams finished the day with a victory and all four teams are headed to the James River Southside Youth Sports Association Super Bowl hosted by Cumberland next week.
Congratulations to all of the Buckingham County Youth League football teams and thanks to the cheerleaders for their support also.
Buckingham Knights at Emporia Renegades
Last Game of the 2015 Season
The Buckingham County Youth League Football played the Renegades from Emporia-Greensville Recreation Association yesterday for the last game of the season. Back on September 12th the Renegades visited Gene Dixon Park in the first meet of the 2015 season and left winning 3 out of the 4 games.
This past weekend the BCYL Knights went 0-4 for the day. The first time in a very long time the Buckingham County Youth League football program lost all of their games in one day. However, it was a non-conference game and it won't effect the standing too much in the James River District.
Check out the teams Homepage for game summary.
Buckingham Knights vs Charlotte Patriots
The Buckingham County Youth League hosted the Charlotte Patriots this past weekend right after having our Homecoming festivities. Prince and Princesses were selected as well as a King and Queen for the 2015 season. Check out the "Homecoming" tab to the left to view the events of the Buckingham County Youth League Homecoming.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and as you can see if you watch the NFL this past weekend just about every player was wearing something pink which is the official color for Breast Cancer Awareness. The Buckingham County Youth League Football and Cheer Program will also show their support. So watch out for all of the pink on the field this month.
Buckingham Knights vs PEFYA Eagles
Scenes from the make-up game against Prince Edward at Gene Dixon Park on Wednesday, October 7, 2015. The Knights went 2-1 on the "Knight".
Also check out the Buckingham County Youth League as they "Think Pink" during the month of October for Breast Awareness.
Check out team's Homepage
Where Are They Now!
After talking to some parents I decide to come up with the "Where Are They Now" page. If you look to your left under the Main Menu, at the bottom you will see the "WATN" page. What I'm planning is to highlights former Buckingham County Youth League football players and show what they are doing right now.
Buckingham Knights vs Cumberland Dukes
This past weekend was very disappointing for a day of football. The weather was really not too bad, in fact it was a "go" for the day to play two games. Cumberland Parks and Recreation didn't field a Varsity or Minors football team for the 2015 season. Not getting but a couple of players to travel from their Flag football team, that left only one game to play. So Cumberland forfeited all games for the weekend.
Next games for the Buckingham County Youth League football and cheer program will be next week at Home. The Prince Edward-Farmville Youth Association will be bringing their three Eagles teams (Flag, Minors and JV) Gene Dixon Park.
Buckingham Knights at Amelia Raiders
This past weekend the Buckingham County Youth League Football and Cheer program visited the Amelia Raiders to start their second half of the season. Going 3-1 yesterday as the young Knights bounced back from a 1-3 performance against Emporia the week prior.
As of right now all of the BCYL football teams are either in first place, 2nd place or tied for 2nd place in the James River District. Continuing what we are doing and all four teams could make the post season. But we have to play football. The other counties will be coming out to get the Knights.
Game Summary will be added to each teams Homepage.
Buckingham Knights vs Emporia Renegades
The Buckingham County Youth League Football Program played their 2nd Home game this past weekend as they hosted the Emporia-Greenville Recreation Association Renegades from the Southside District. The early part of the day looked as if the game was going to get cancelled, but the rains and thunderstorms held off to make it a pretty good day for youth football.
The BCYL Knights went 1-4 in the games on Saturday against the EGRA Renegades with the Knight's Flag team being the only team with a victory. Seems strange going 1-4 of our BCYL program, but last season in the first meeting against the Renegades, the Knights Flag won their 5th game of the season while all of the tackled teams losing for the day. And in the last game of the season, the Renegades came to Gene Dixon Park making out with four wins and giving our Flag team their first Loss of the season.
Losing a non-conference game to Emporia in the regular season is pretty normal for Buckingham. However, all of the BCYL teams are still in postion to make the playoffs after the first half of the season. According t recent history, it's normal for the Knights to prevail in the post season.
Game Summary will be posted to the teams Homepage soon.
Youth League Knight
Buckingham vs William Campbell
Check out our "Youth League Knight" tab on the left.
As a big comic book fan from...back in the day. Why have it took so long for a tennis shoe company to start producing these?
Buckingham Knights at Pr. Edward Eagles
Flag, Minors & JV games
The Buckingham County Youth League football and cheer program will went basically 3-1 yesterday again over in Farmville as the Flag, Minors and Junior Varsity teams played the Eagles of Prince Edward-Farmville Youth Association. In the beginning it looked as if there would be some weather, but after a few drops of rain, it cleared up and we had a pretty nice day for youth football.
Check out the teams Homepage for game summary.
Just want to let you know that I have been updating all of the scores from the games played thoughout the James Rivers and Southside District games. Check under "Game Results" to the left and click on any club in the drop down box to see the scores of their previous games. Make sure you use the dropdown to display either "Flag, Minors, JV or Varsity".
Also check out the "Score from Around the League" tab on the left .
In the grass or in the dirt...it's never a good sign.
Buckingham Knights at Charlotte Patriots
The Buckingham County Youth League Knights Football and Cheer program travelled to Charlotte County to play the Patriots Saturday and went 3-1 for the afternoon. With all games being close and could have swung for either football club, the BCYL program ended on top for most of the games. Like always the Charlotte County Patriots program hosted the events with class while providing good competition to keep the James River District strong with their four good teams.
Check out your teams Homepage for game summary.
Buckingham Knights at Cumberland Dukes
What an interesting day for the 2nd game of the season for the Buckingham County Youth League Football and Cheer Program. Cumberland Recreation didn't do as well as Buckingham in signing up participates for their programs. And the games reflected that yesterday. But the kids really enjoyed playing and didn't matter if it was 8 on 8; 9 on 9 or 5 on 5. All teams except the Varsity played this past weekend. Cumberland did not field a Varisty football team.
Check the team's Homepage for game summary
F & S Enterprises Photography
If you see this guy with a turkey feather hat walking around taking pictures...Smile for him.
For great action shots of your little football player or Cheerleader, visit F& S Enterpises Photography and check out the pictures they have to offer. They can put your pictures on T-shirts, mugs, keychains and etc.
Check out the big van parked behind the lower field's pressbox and see what they have to offer.
Buckingham vs Amelia
Knights vs Raiders....
...was the first game of the season for the Buckingham County Youth League Knights and Cheerleaders. After the end of the day, the BCYL Knights when 3-1 to start off the season's opener games. The game summary will be on each teams Homepage.
Schedules for all teams have been updated and posted.
Go to the "Schedule" tab to the left to view the times and dates of upcoming games.
You can get printable schedules for the Buckingham County Youth League Football/Cheer along with a schedule for the James River Southside Youth Football League. You can get access by clicking on the "Forms and Handout" tab.
Knight had a good showing at the Jamboree
Also get with the Head Coach of your football team to give you the practice days after school starts.
Midway through the 1st Week of Football Practice
Flag and Minors joined together for conditioning
Sign Ups are still going on!
Come on down and get ready for the next Championship season