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BernCo Commission Acknowledges Youth Football Teams

01/08/2019

At its Jan. 8 administrative meeting the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners acknowledged the La Cueva Bears, Rio Rancho Rams and Volcano Vista Hawks youth football teams that played in the Mountain West regional tournament of the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame World Youth Championship and successfully advanced to the national tournament in Canton, Ohio, this past December.

The players and families of these three teams invested great effort to succeed in the tournament, attending many practices to prepare for the tournament, honing their skills and discipline for their game, and raising funds to travel to Ohio for the national rounds.

The Bears, Rams and Hawks honorably represented New Mexico at the national stage, playing against the best youth football teams in the country, and exemplified the fruits of hard work and dedicated preparation.

The Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners recognizes these teams for their accomplishments in the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame World Youth Championship, encourages the teams and players to continue their accomplishments in 2019, and gives its best wishes for the teams’ continued success.

 

 

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