Written by Jim Lewis
The Middletown Youth Club celebrated the end of a successful season for its Blue Raider Midget, Pee Wee and Pony division youth football squads and said goodbye to 15 outgoing players and cheerleaders during its annual banquet on Sunday, Dec. 7.
The three squads complied a 45-15 record and three division titles in the past two seasons in the CFA Youth League, with the Pee Wee squad reaching the Super Bowl last year.
The club announced its first-ever inductee into the CFA Hall of Fame – coach Alan “Cat” Perez, active with youth football for more than 30 years, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame on Nov. 17. More than 20 members of the coaching staff, and Middletown Area High School football Coach Brett Myers, honored Perez at the banquet.
The club announced it would try to keep registration fees low next year, and revealed its first fundraising event, a pancake breakfast that will be held on Saturday, Jan. 24 at St. Peters' Lutheran Church on Spring Street.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 December 2014 16:25