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Early registration is now open for Owensboro Daviess County Youth Football. From March 1st through June 31st the early discounted fee is $20. After June 31st the cost goes up to the full amount of $30.
ODC Youth Football Cheerleading Commissioner Sarah Price said the registration fee was $60 until three years ago, when the league decided to lower the price. “We didn’t want the cost to be prohibitive. We wanted to do all we could so more kids can play and cheer,” Price explained. “We’re able to do that because we host two major tournaments, King of the Hill and Kentucky Cup, which are our two big fundraisers.”
ODC Youth Football was started in 1972 and has grown to become one of the premier youth football leagues in the country. Last year there were 16 cheerleading squads and 40 football teams in four divisions, including teams from McClean, Ohio, and Daviess County. All games are held at Waymond Morris Park (5200 Todd Bridge Road) which has four lighted fields.
“This year we’re also excited to add our new 4-year-old instructional league, which teaches the basics of throwing, catching, and kicking,” Price added. “But most importantly it teaches them to play safely and just have fun!” The 4-year-old league is a flag football format that does not keep score.
For more information, call Chris Stallings (270) 485-9554. For cheerleading information call Sarah Price at (270) 929-0681.
ODC Youth Football League has been serving the Daviess County area for 40+ years focusing on safety, fundamentals, and most of all, fun for all participants! This weekend Football & Cheerleading Registrations will get underway.
I was involved with the ODC Youth Football League in the late 90's, early 2000's when my husband, Chris Arnold, coached the Chiefs. The league has come a long way since then with a brand new state of the art field. They also have a partnership with USA Football and their Heads Up Safety program and to begin a partnership with Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Dick's Sporting Goods. I remember fondly the wonderful feeling of working with the kids as a Team Mom and in 2000 the Chiefs won the championship! We couldn't have more excited for the kids and the parents.
Here, Chris Arnold is receiving a trophy from then and still ODC Youth Football President, Robert Bradfield.
The league changed from Pop Warner to the ODC Youth Football League in 1972. This photo is from 1974 when my future husband played for the league as a Raider and is running with the ball. Chris didn't mention whether he scored! Of course, he scored later in life when he met me and we got married!
The league has come a long way through the years and this year the league will have a major face lift with all new helmets, jerseys, and integrated pants for the boys and pom-poms and hair bows for the girls.
Even I got into the action as a Pop Warner Cheerleader for the 49ers in Michigan!
Football & Cheerleading Registrations will be held the next two weekends at Waymond Morris Park (Off Southtown Blvd) in Owensboro.
Saturdays July 15th, 22nd 9am-2pm
Sundays July 16th, 23rd 1pm-3pm
Their mission statement says it all, "We strive to always do what's best for our kids and their families and to help and support our community in everything we do".
ODC set for soccer opening day
The Oaks Dads' Club (ODC) is holding an Opening Day ceremony and parade Saturday to celebrate the start of its fall soccer season.
The event will include a remembrance for the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. on Sept. 11, 2001.
The local youth sports organization, founded in 1954, will host more than 10 season-opening soccer games from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Oaks Dads' Club Candlelight Fields at 6500 Rena St. Players' families and friends are welcome to attend and can take advantage of a barbecue food truck as well as a bounce house.
ODC's big day will kick off with a parade to the fields featuring Dynamo Diesel, the mascot for the Houston Dynamo of Major League Soccer. The parade will start at 7 a.m. at Collier Regional Library, 6200 Pinemont Dr., before proceeding north on Arbor Vitae Drive and west on Rena Street en route to the fields.
From August 1 through November 2 priority use will be shared by the Owensboro Daviess County Youth Football League (ODCYFL) and the Kids Football League (KFL).
The ODCYFL will have priority use of all practice space north of the center line that splits fields #2, #5 and #8 as noted on the map below. The ODCYFL its’ officials and/or board will designate how that space will be utilized for their leagues’ practices for the above sated window of August 1 through November 2.
The KFL will have priority use of all practice space south of the center line that splits fields #2, #5 and #8 as noted on the map below. The KFL its’ officials and/or board will designate how that space will be utilized for their leagues.
Practice fields 1-6 are lit and can be used until the lights automatically shut off at 9:15 p.m.
Practice fields 7-9 should be used during daylight hours only, as there are not lights that adequately cover this area.
Light Box keys may be picked up from the Owensboro Parks & Recreation Administrative Center located at 1530 McJohnson Avenue in Chautauqua Park 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. To receive a key, you must be 18 years of age and make a $25 key deposit. To receive your key deposit refund, you must return the key to the Owensboro Parks & Recreation Administrative Center by December 31 of the same calendar year you received the key or the deposit will be forfeited.
Be aware, the lights shut off promptly at 10 p.m.
Parking is limited. The Airport requests that NO PARKING IN THE GRASS. Parking tickets may be written if violated.
Appropriate behavior is expected to be displayed by parents, coaches and players while on property. Any person displaying poor sportsmanship, bad behavior or poor conduct may be asked to leave the property and their behavior may result in temporary or permanent revocation of the privilege to use the Airport Practice Fields.
City reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to prohibit any recreational event at the location during hazardous weather conditions, or when field conditions are such that fields will require major repairs or jeopardize the safety of the participants, or at any other such times when a league is not in compliance with said terms.
Insurance: As a business, league or group, at all times during the course of the scheduled event, Business/Group/League shall at its expense, secure and maintain a comprehensive general liability insurance policy, or the equivalent thereof, written on an occurrence basis, with a combined minimum single-limit liability of $1,000,000.00 per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If food or beverages are to be served, the product liability coverage must also be included with a combined single limit of $1,000,000.00 per occurrence. The general comprehensive liability policy required herein shall name the City of Owensboro, Kentucky, as an additional insured and proof of the required insurance shall be provided by Business/Group/League to City prior to the scheduled event or practice.
Indemnification: Business/Group/League shall indemnify and forever hold harmless City, its officials, employees and/or agents, from and against any and all claims, suits, actions or other legal liabilities, including reasonable attorney’s fees, with respect to any and all bodily injuries, death and/or property damages arising from the negligent acts or omissions of Business/Group/League, its employees, agents and/or invitees, during its use of the Airport Practice fields (operated by City).
In case of an emergency, call 911 immediately. Report your location as Airport Practice Fields off Bittel Road.
Report problems, maintenance items or misuse of property by calling 270-687-8700.
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Our goal at ODC Barbell is to not only dominate in weightlifting but to also dominate in the classroom. We are a non-profit weightlifting club with an after school program intended to help children in our community not only get stronger, but to also excel academically. There is a direct positive correlation between exercise and brain stimulation, it has been shown physical fitness may improve academic performance.
Our dream is for ODC Barbell to be everyone's favorite place where they feel safe, comfortable, challenged for greatness, and part of a family. We want others from the community to want to become part of ODC Barbell. We would act as a guide for lost youth to get back on track in school and find something they can be passionate about and have a future in.
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Admission: 12 & under—free, 13 & up—$3
Girls will be allowed will be allowed in at 12:30 pm with a sponsor through gate 5 (the public will not be allowed in with the girls, they must enter thru the main gate)
ALL Sponsors and Coaches MUST wear their coaches pass to enter with the girls @ 12:30 pm.
The public will be allowed in at 1:00 pm, or as soon as all of the girls are in.
THERE IS NO RESERVE SEATING ALLOWED!
NO lifting over the head in stunts, no high pop cradles—topper’s bottom should not go above the base’s head at ANY time.
NO one is allowed to sit with the girls during competition except for the coaches and sponsors.
Decorations must be removed after competition and disposed of properly.
Pom-poms are NOT required during dance routine.
Pom-pom passes are NOT required.
The girls corner chant will NOT be judged, it is just an introduction.
Music MUST be 1:40 to 2:00 minutes with NO explicit lyrics or bleeps
Music MUST be approved by league commissioner or 5 points WILL be deducted from competition score.
NO makeup, jewelry, or fingernail polish will be allowed.
Hair must be in a ponytail or a half pony tail for the girls with short hair, and
MUST be out of the girls’ faces. NO braids of any kind are allowed in the ponytails!
ALL girls MUST wear white socks and white shoes (Keds or off brand)
ALL girls must wear a white turtle neck under the league issued uniform
ALL girls will turn in their uniforms and pom-poms at the end of competition-NO EXCEPTIONS!!!
NO names of other teams competing in competition can be used in the cheer or chant.
NO mats will be provided or allowed.
Will do a dance that can be NO longer than 1:30 minutes—there is NO shortness requirement just whatever the girls’ ability level is.
Music must be age appropriate!! Remember the girls are 5, 6 and 7 years old!
Music MUST be approved by league official.
The girls will do a corner chant to introduce themselves.
They will not decorate their areas
All squads must be in the Sportscenter at the beginning of the competition to take their seats and perform.
Participation awards will be given out at the end of competition during the award presentation.
SIGN AND DECORATION RULES
NO Balloons or Glitter are allowed. Glitter Glue is fine as long as the glitter doesn’t fall off onto the floor. Flashing or running lights are also NOT
allowed for safety of participants and spectators.
Signs should be no larger than 10 ft long x 4 ft tall
Squads MUST bring their own extension cords if lighting is required.
Sponsors, coaches, and parents will be allowed in from 9-10:30 am on the day
of competition to decorate—THIS WILL BE YOUR ONLY CHANCE TO DECORATE!!
NO cheerleaders will be allowed in during this time (McLean County
cheerleaders may come with parents but they must sit in the bleachers—NO
practice on the floor will be allowed.)
Everyone MUST leave by 10:30 am
Rookie cheerleaders will NOT decorate
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