Our Coaches hold the utmost responsibility in teaching our youth safe and proper techniques for playing the game of football.
Edward Glover II
Ed Glover Sr.
Karnada Slaughter Sr.
Pre-season practice length can be on a daily basis until Labor Day, but must not exceed 10 hours per week, and two and a half (2.5) hours in duration per day. A mandatory 10-minute break (“Mandatory Break”) after each hour of practice is required. Mandatory Breaks do not count against the hours per week or the maximum hours per day.
After Labor Day, all practices may not exceed a maximum of eight (8) hours per week, with a maximum of two and a half (2.5) hours per day. Mandatory Breaks are still required. All players, regardless of when they join the team, must have at least one week of conditioning (at least 10 hours) before they are allowed to engage in regular practice sessions. This requirement must be met even if a cheerleader joins the team after the start of the regular season schedule.
Practice days and times are scheduled by the head coaches. Practices are typically up to 3 times per week for 2 hours. Practice times will between 5pm-8pm time frame.