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San Gabriel Valley Jr. All American Football Conference

July 18, 2016
Welcome to the start of conditioning for the 2016 Season. 
Please make sure all of your staff have their 2016 ID badges on and visible at all times.
Our Executive Board will start visiting fields randomly this week to check in on your City and verify ID badges are being worn.
Per the news this morning, they are expecting the heat to pick up this week. Please make sure your players are getting ample water breaks during practice. Their is a USA football app for your phones/tablets that has a water breaker timer feature. The AD can set the length of practice and how often they want a water break and the buzzer will go off.

For the tackle teams, helmets are allowed this week so players can start getting used to wearing them. No physical contact is allowed. Blocking dummies/flat bags MAY be used for teaching USA Head Up drills only as shown in the on-line training. No other contact drills with bags/dummies are permitted. 
Use of a ball is allowed during the second hour of practice. The drill may not involve more than 2 players. (refer to the rule book)
Do not forget with all that is going on, their is a Conference meeting tomorrow night @ 7:30pm.
Again, I hope everyone has a great first day and I will see you tomorrow night.
Brian Duffield
Conference President





        The San Gabriel Valley Jr. All-American Executive Board welcomes all participants, parents, grandparents, friends, families, coaches, athletic directors, Board Members, and Officials to the 2016 Season.

As the Executive Board and I reflect on the past and the great accomplishments this organization has made over the years the harder we collectively want future successes to be even greater. Our Executive Board strives to make every decision in the best interest of the athlete in our program. While short term success of winning and championships seems important to some, the long term values such as  sportsmanship, scholastics, dedication, discipline, and team work are what we hope to instill in our athletes and volunteers.

                As former participants look back reflect on their years in our program the memories which they share often reside outside the lines of the football field or cheer mat. Very rarely do the athletes discuss or relive the winning, the scores, or the championships. They recall the hard work required to get to the championship. They recall the time their teammates carried them off the field after an injury. They recall how football or cheer kept them out of trouble and gave them a path for high school sports and/or academic success. They recall the values and discipline the coach taught them throughout the years.

We as the Executive Board along with our City Boards and staff need to think beyond short term successes and remind ourselves, our athletes, and our parents that we use the field as a classroom to teach these youth important values for the next phase of their lives and beyond. Long term success and values should not be sacrificed for the short term gratification of winning at all costs.

I challenge all of our parents and staff to focus on the long term values we can instill in the athletes through a competitive sport where sportsmanship and academic success are more important than a scoreboard at the end of the game.

I look forward to a great 2016 Season and wish everyone the best of luck.







May 10, 2016








San Gabriel Valley Jr. All American Football Conference, Inc.

The mission of the San Gabriel Valley Junior All-American Football Conference is to prepare student athletes to practice ethical behavior including fair play, integrity and adherence to rules. All S.G.V.J.A.A.F.C. athletic contests will represent in perception and practice, the appreciation for athletic excellence and the shared educational experience of competition. All individuals associated with athletic activities will be aware of and responsible for their influence on the behavior of others and be models of good sportsmanship.

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Southern California whose mission is to provide a supervised youth program for flag and tackle football players as well as cheerleaders ages 6-14. The league is designed to teach the fundamentals of the game while stressing the importance of sportsmanship and fair play.

Our Conference is made up of 27 franchised cities who participate in Jr. All American Football. The goal of our executive board and coaching staffs is to teach the values of teamwork, commitment, discipline, self-confidence and fair play through football and cheerleading. Academics are stressed as part of this program with all participants required to maintain a 2.0 GPA.

Granted under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, Incorporated in the State of California on August 22, 1968, Federal I.D. #95-6225422, State I.D. #D-0551756, Charitable Trust #CT-112168
Created by SGVJAAF June 1, 2001. All Rights Reserved.

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