LTI THANK YOU AGAIN FOR YOUR CONTINUED SPONSORSHIP OF OUR FOOTBALL PROGRAM
WORK HARD..............PLAY HARD..............REPRESENT.......
GAME # 8 FINAL GAME OF THE SEASON
10/26/13 FINAL GAME OF THE SEASON CIVIC FIELD BELLINGHAM
WOW What a game at civic field for LTI, on the second play of the game William C throws a pass to Jackson #31 who takes it 57 yards for the score with the EP by Ryan. With great defensive stops by both teams cars gets a score Cade S makes a big stop on the ep try 7-6 LTI. With Great O line blocking from Matt B, Case Z, Coleson B, Cade S & Gavin S, that set up power running and another big one a 52 Yard run to the house by #31 LTI leads 13-6. 2 plays later a pick by #31...helps to lead LTI back down the field to a score from 5 yards out by #31. Just before the half a second pick of the day by Jackson..19-6 at the half. The second half was a great battle of back and forth power football. A fumble recovery from Ethan Wilson was a great LTI football moment. LTI had many huge tackles on the day coming from Jamison H, Chase M, Case Z, Landon S, Isaac V, Connor W, Matt B, Cade S, Jackson A and a host of other LTI players. With power running and two late cars scores the game was now tied 19-19, LTI had just seconds to score but the clock runs out. To start the Overtime period LTI has the ball on the 10 yard line but fails to score, cars score. and the final is 26-19..This was truly a great game and LTI Players each held their heads High and are proud of what they have accomplished this season. Of LTI's 20 players 16 return to Jr football LTI players want ALL to know they are READY FOR THE SEASON TO START NOW!
LTI Coaches are fully confident that each Lynden player will be very successful in their many sports seasons to come. These players learned some great life skills and showed that Together Each Achieve More. We look forward to coaching these players again very soon. Also the LTI staff would like to thank all that support the Lynden Youth Football program, We have a great community and it's obvious why Lynden programs are successful. Thank You Jerry for helping with the Tools of our Trade and Another Great Season of Learning...Also A Big shout out to a Lynden vs. Lynden Senior championship and the Lynden Vet Team League Title Congratulations Players/Team.
GAME # 7 BLAINE HS 10/19/13
When it comes to a Lynden vs. Lynden matchup you knew this would be a good game and a good game it was with LTI coming out on top 26-13. Starting off a bit slow in the cool, foggy morning air. LTI began warming up and many great football moments were recorded on both sides of the ball. The Offense was led down the field by great blocking, miss direction handoffs and power running. A 3 rushing TD day plus a punt return score shows that a never quit motor with speed is why Jackson is a Team Leader. Another Big offensive moment was the William fake reverse keeper run to the 7 yard line, yes we have seen this play before. Connor White punches in an big extra point with a huge second and third outstanding football effort. As for the big Defensive moments many backfield hits were recorded by Cade S. who was in Beast Mode! also recording tackles/hurries/blocks on the day were Matt B, Case Z, Ryan K, Gavin S, Jackson A, Connor W, Isaac V, Kole A. THIS WAS A 100% Team Effort, A Day To Be Proud Of. LTI Coaches would like to recognize Kole Antypas for his pass breakups and great open field tackles…Kole is a LTI Standout Player. LTI is off to Civic field next Saturday to face Ferndale in the final game of the season.
GAME # 6
Our LTI players stepped on the LMS field ready to play football and gave a Great Team Effort Today. LTI Defense was led by big hitter Ryan Kleindel who recorded an Interception 15+ tackles/assists/big hits on the day......additional big hits/tackles coming from Chase B, Chase M, Landon S, Cade S, Gavin S, Jackson A, Isaac V and others an end zone fumble recovery from Kole A. was a another great LTI defensive moment. We should give credit to Yeh players for the hard hitting consistent pressure put on our O line Best of Luck to Lynden’s Yeh in the playoffs.…that being said the LTI O line needed to work extremely hard to help keep the ball moving down field. A William C to Jackson A. handoff in the open field led to a He Could Go All The Way first score of the day…on its next offensive series yeh prepared for a Jackson reverse run but William C keeps the ball and heads downfield to score LTIs second long TD of the day. With many of our LTI players being first year players and maybe some a bit undersized this Never stops the overall individual efforts every day. With only 4 LTI players heading up to the senior division coaches are very confident that what ever division players play in each will have the tools necesarry to have a successful season of learning/playing. Above all LTI coaches are very proud our players for the individual effort, great sportsmanship and TEAMWORK played in our games this Season.
GAME # 5
With the sun ready to shine LTI’s Defense started the day with a takeaway on the second play of the game and never looked back. A late great goal line stance led to a 33-0 shutout over Lummi. Defensive interceptions and recovered fumbles came from Hunter H, Jamison H, Isaac V, Jackson A and Luke W with Big Defensive hits/stops from Ethan F, Chase M, Chase B, Matt B, Connor W, Ryan K, William C and nearly every LTI player. The O attack was led by William C with snaps from Coleson B and great O Line work from starters Case Z, Matt B, Cade S & Gavin S. A William to Ethan Wilson TD reception started LTI’s scoring with additional LTI scores on the day coming from 7 additional LTI players Jackson A, Ryan K, Kole A, Connor W, William C, Jamison H & Matt B. LTI players continue to improve at each learning moment. Lynden’s youngest team in the JR division have shown that their hard work has rewards. With 1 regular season game remaining LTI is currently in a 4 Team tie at 4-1 and looking for a playoff opportunity. Great Work LTI Players.
GAME # 4
Wet, wet and cool migh be a good way to describe our game against Nooksack. LTI players had to work very hard against a big strong team in less than perfect weather conditions. With defense being the theme of our game today the LTI defense held strong for the entire game or shall we say until the last couple of minutes. Huge defensive Stops on the day come from Chase M, Cade S, Jackson A, Ryan K, Matt B, William C. Both teams had a hard time holding onto the ball with LTI coming out on top in the takeaway category. The LTI offense was led by Jackson A. touchdown runs, the first was a 90+ Yarder that was a near safety, with Nooksack scoring and taking a 7-6 lead with less than 2 minutes on the clock Jackson went back to work and ran a 60+ yarder for LTI's second score of the day Ryan K runs in the EP and LTI led the game 13-7 with a minute to go. A GREAT final Defensive stand gives LTI it's 3rd WIN of the season. We would like to add that the often forgotten position "Center" held by Coleson Blankers was played very well in these not so perfect weather conditions.
GAME # 3
Bigger, Stronger, Faster was the theme of today’s game vs. Mt Baker. With a little extra sleep LTI was ready to play football. We led the game in all statistical categories. Our substitutions were exceptional and all players stepped up and were ready to go in when asked. On the defensive side of the ball some big stops came from Cade Slayton, Chase Beeman, Luke Winterburg, Jackson Apol, Hunter Holman, Isaac VanderVeen & Case Zweegman. On Offense today our players all made great adjustments and played multiple positions as asked. 5 TD's From Jamison (1), Ryan (1), Landon (1), & Jackson (2) were outstanding and let’s not forget Kole Antypas had two receptions from William. We played Team Football today Thank You Players.
GAME # 2
Another very early wakeup call was not so friendly to our LTI Football team. Our players came out and played good football against a team that was a bit quicker off the ball today. Jamison had a great pick and a strip for two takeaways. We had some great tackles and extra efforts from LTI players William, Jackson, Landon and Chase M to name a few. Yes we lost outside containment on 3 sepperate 4th down plays, overall our players shut down their run game. Each week we do make adjustments and players are learning multiple positions on the football field. We will put this game behind us and come out next week ready to play football at LHS.....We practice hard let's come and play hard. Our season is based on safety, sportsmanship, improvements & TEAMWORK.
A TOTAL TEAM EFFORT TODAY GREAT WORK LTI PLAYERS. A very early wakeup call for LTI players and we executed what we have learned in practices. Defense was outstanding on nearly every play. Huge hits and tackles were delivered by many. Ryan K had the big hit of the day and All players responded with many of their own. Jackson and Jamison had huge fumble recoverys. A Jackson punt return and big runs on the day gave us great field position. The O Line worked very hard and was recognized by Jackson and the coaching staff for the great work they did. Our game continues to improve, as mentioned we have many things to learn. For some players it happens in game 1 and for others it can happen at any moment. This is a Team sport we practice and play as a TEAM, THANK YOU TO ALL...
JAMBOREE....GREAT WORK PLAYERS!
NEW PICTURES NOW POSTED...SEE JAMBOREE TAB!
ALL LTI Players came out ready to play football today and play football we did. Football is a Team sport with a bunch of individual moments. We played as a TEAM TODAY and should be proud of our effort. Enjoy the weekend......Lets come out ready to practice Monday night. Again Great Work to ALL
PRE-SEASON PICTURES NOW POSTED.......SEE PHOTO TAB......
PARENTS PLEASE SHARE YOUR PHOTOS ON SHUTTERFLY...WE WILL UPLOAD THEM HERE to PHOTO FOLDERS
LAST PRACTICE PRIOR TO THE JAMBOREE....GREAT WORK PLAYERS!
ALL LTI Players have put in hard work and continue to improve.....Get Rest Friday Night.... See You Saturday at Ferndale HS 9:15 ON THE FIELD. Friendly Reminder that the Street Fair will be at the same time..... Please Take Portal Way or you may be delayed...Weigh-in at 9:30am SEE YOU THERE!
Our Players continue to Learn....We have been having great practice Moments and we are very Proud of our Players Hard Work!
WELCOME 2013 PLAYERS, PARENTS, FRIENDS, FAMILY, VOLUNTEERS & SPONSORS.
2013 JR ROSTER
Players & Parents,
One Positive Moment at a Time....
YES FOR MANY PLAYERS THIS WILL BE A FIRST TIME TACKLE FOOTBALL EXPERIENCE. WE STRONGLY FEEL THAT EACH PLAYER WILL LEARN VALUABLE FOOTBALL AS WELL AS LIFE LESSONS. YES WE HAVE MANY THINGS TO LEARN AS THE SEASON CONTINUES FORWARD.
JUST LIKE OTHER SPORTS FOOTBALL IS A SPORT THAT REQUIRES HARD WORK, DEDICATION AND MOST OF ALL TEAM WORK. WE LOOK FORWARD TO PLAYER IMPROVEMENTS AND GREAT LEARNING OPPORTUNITY'S FOR ALL.
PARENTS IN ADVANCE THANK YOU
YOUR SUPPORT FOR PLAYERS AND THE TEAM IS HUGE PART OF WHAT MAKES A PROGRAM LIKE THIS SECOND TO NONE.......
SPONSORS: MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON
COACHES MISSION STATEMENT:
Provide a Quality Football Program for our youth that generates a positive outcome in fundamental education, skill development, safe techniques, positive self esteem, sportsmanship, responsibility, participation, positive relationships, quality values and Team Work.
To the best of our ability every attempt will be made to be organized, prepared, consistent, safe and fair presenters to the participants of this program. I would like to say on behalf of our entire Coaching Staff that we look forward to the opportunity to work with each of these great young men.
THE PRICE OF SUCCESS:
It’s sounds quite simple…..Use all of your courage to force yourself to concentrate on the obstacle at hand, think of it deeply and constantly, study it from all angles and to plan. Nothing worthwhile has ever been accomplished without some obstacle to overcome. Football, School, Life all will have many obstacles if you have a plan you will overcome these obstacles and you will turn them into opportunity's.
Believe in yourself!
Be successful, Win at all cost NO!
Yes football is a competitive sport and requires a 100% commitment to be successful.
Our explanation is you can Win/Lose, Lose/Lose, Lose/Win or Win /Win we choose to win/win and our players also choose this goal.In other words we will do our very best see that our players enjoy the game, play the game, be safe and successful when we take the field.
Yes we have work to do but we are fully confident that each player will continue to improve as the season moves forward. As our coaching staff will also continue make improvements. Work Hard, Practice Hard & Play Hard......... HAVE FUN...
As we prepare for the the upcoming football season here are a few items we would like to share with our participants, parents, family's, volunteers, sponsors, spectators and all who support this program.
WE ALL WILL LEARN SAFE FOOTBALL TECHNIQUES, CONDITIONING, TEAMWORK & HAVING FUN ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD.
WE ARE A TEAM: TOGETHER EACH ACHIEVE MORE
Please contact any coachhere if you have questions, comments, concerns, ride sharing, health issues, practice/game conflicts or any other items we may be able to help you with.
Rick Lair (COACH)815-5450, LyndenCoach@gmail.com
Eric Varner (COACH)483-8412, email@example.com
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE TO OUR SUPPORTING MEMBERS:
Sponsors, Team Moms, Dads & all the great Family members for your commitment. The success of this program is driven by each of you. We value your participation and support we would not be succesful with out this great group we have.
YES VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Assistant Coaches Welcome, Chain Crew On Game Days, Team Moms, Team Dads,
Awards Party Planners, If you are interested in helping out with any of the above listed items Please Contact Coach Rick
"Football is a Competitive Sport"
Player Evaluations by your coaching Staff is an ongoing activity.
We would like players and parents to know that extra efforts will have rewards on and off the Football field. Attendance & Participation is a huge part of the being successful. It is up to Each Player to give 100% until the whistle blows.
AT THE TEAM AWARDS BANQUET AT THE END OF THE SEASON
We will have a opportunity for Players to vote for AWARDS
Here are the categories that will be up for Your vote…..
On our team website you will find schedule information, scores, venue directions, team pictures and other fun info.
On the League Website: you will also find schedule information, scores, venue directions, team pictures and other fun info.
We are all required to adhere to a code of conduct that mandates courtesy, respect for ones' self, others and property. All B&G Club/LYS procedures, rules, directions and decisions must be accepted, supported and followed. Always ask if you have a concern, question or other item you want to share.
Please remember that during a game may not be the appropriate time or place for some conversations!
Green Team players for your participation, dedication & hard work, GREAT JOB TEAM this will be a great year!
Parents we very much appreciate your efforts and commitment to the success of this program. Volunteers, supporters and other’s we can’t say enough of what you mean to our program!
Special Thanks’ to LHS/LCHS Coaches and players for the continued support of our program.
TEAM RULES IN PREPERATION FOR MY FOOTBALL SEASON:
1) Work Hard
2) Listen, Learn & Follow Directions
3) Be a Team Player
4) Understand Football Player Code Of Conduct
5) Listen To and Respect My Parents, Teachers and Coaches
6) Never Quit!
PREPARE FOR THE JAMBOREE/GAMES:
• I Will Be Ready to Play Football When On Th Field
• I Will Come To Games With A Clean Uniform As Directed
• I Will Come To Games With Complete Gear this Includes Mouth Piece
• I Will Come To Games usually 1hr 15 min before Game Time
• I Will Contact A Coach If I will Not Be At A Game Or Need A Ride
YOUTH FOOTBALL ATHLETES CODE OF CONDUCT
1) I will attend all practices, games, meetings and any other team functions on time.
2) I will show respect towards all coaches, players and referees at all times.
3) I will demonstrate good sportsmanship on and off of the field of play.
4) I will not fight, use foul language or argue with coaches or team mates.
5) I will stay within the established areas of the sidelines during games.
6) I understand that I risk being ejected and or suspended from a game or further league Participation if I incur unsportsmanlike behavior penalties.
7) I will be coachable, ready to learn and have fun.
8) I will be a TEAM player and always put my team first.
9) I will obey the coaches and the rules of the B&G Club Youth Football League.
10) I will try my very best to learn and HAVE FUN.
YOUTH FOOTBALL B&G CLUB PARENTS CODE OF CONDUCT
1)Parents should support the efforts of the volunteer coaches and of the league.
2)The use of profanity, drugs, alcohol or tobacco during any event is prohibited.
3)Set the right example for your child by always showing good sportsmanship.
4)NEVER argue with a coach or official during practices or games.
Any concern or complaint may be directed to the Coaching Staff in not resolved it will be forwarded to the LYS Staff & or B&G club, where it will be promptly investigated.
5)Understand that your child will be given every opportunity to participate; however, the safety of our athletes is our #1 concern.
6)Any parent who enters the playing field during a game risks their child being disqualified from further participation. (except for an injury to your child)
7)Any parent who incurs an unsportsmanlike behavior penalty risks their child being disqualified from further participation.
8)Remember to SHOUT praise for your child’s efforts, WHISPER critisism's and always offer your SUPPORT.
9)Please allow your child to play as a child and have fun.
10)Never voice complaints or concerns towards coaches, referees or league officials in front of players unless it's an emergency situation.
Thank You Coach Rick
BE The HAMMER NOT the Nail
FYI SNACK SCHEDULE/SIGNUP COMING SOON