Supervisor Cline donates to CCYS Punchers

Courtesy photo Gila County District 3 Supervisor Woody Cline, CCYS Punchers Hector Mariscal, Mia Kruger and Greyson Kurger along with Coach Kurger.

Huge shout out to Gila County District 3 Supervisor Woody Cline for his generous donation of $1,500 to the CCYS Puncher youth tackle football program.

We sincerely appreciate your support of these great kids and our purpose as an organization.
The purpose of the CCYS Punchers is to provide the youth of Globe/Miami/San Carlos an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of football and cheerleading.

Objectives include the development of positive social values and character traits; good citizenship; physical and mental health and the knowledge, appreciation and interest in football and cheerleading.

It is a goal of this organization to instill the will to win and the courage to accept defeat or disappointment, with an emphasis on clean play and sportsmanlike conduct.

Thank you again Mr. Woody Cline and all our other sponsors for helping us make this happen!

CCYS Puncher football will have their last sign ups on Friday, June 26 from 6-7:30 p.m. and Saturday, June 27 from 8-9:30 a.m. at the community center under the ramada’s.

Please bring copies of birth certificates and most recent report cards. All divisions are grade-based not weight-based.

Physicals need to be completed and turned in by July 31. Cost this year is $80 and must be paid in full, jersey orders need to go out by June 30.

Please be mindful of social distancing at sign ups. Looking forward to another great season of Puncher football!!

The divisions are Mighty Mites K-2, Juniors 3rd-4th, Majors 5th-6th grades.


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