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American Youth Football To Play It's Annual All-Star Game Prior to the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl

America's top 8th graders will clash at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA.

 

(New York, NY) – American Youth Football (AYF) is proud to announce the AYF All-Star Game, sponsored by Bolt Athletics, kicking off January 4th at 2pm.


Selected for their football skill, and a GPA that qualifies them for NCAA Athletic Scholarship Eligibility, 30 of the Top 8th graders from east and west coast will battle it out at The Home Depot Center in Carson, California. After the game players will get an opportunity to watch the next level stars compete in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.  


For the East All Stars, Lou Montanaro of Toms River will helm as coach while Craig Karahuta of New Jersey AYF will be the GM. On the other side, for the West squad, Phil Lomax of San Diego AYF will GM and Steve Marshall of Tucson AYF will be the head coach.

 

“The All-Star game is a unique opportunity that we offer our 8th grade football players and cheerleaders,” said Joe Galat, President of American Youth Football. “This is the chance for those leaving youth sports, to get the opportunity to travel, make new friends and experience competing with kids from all over the country.”

 

For information and rates regarding the host hotel Anaheim Hilton call 714-7504321.  

 

About American Youth Football:
AYF is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides support services, scholarships, grants, giving back programs and tournaments to over 1 million members in 50 states and several countries worldwide. AYF is the nations largest youth football organization and is committed to Giving Back; since its inception in 1996, AYF has donated over $15 million dollars in grants and athletic product to communities that support youth football. AYF was the first national organization to offer all-inclusive football divisions, enabling every child a place to play. For more information visit the website at http://www.americanyouthfootball.com.