Benedictine RB/LB Jerome - state's top player in Class of 2015, picks Florida over Ohio State
Cleveland Muny League alumni (CMHA Lonnie Burden) Jerome Baker After announcing his verbal commitment to Florida, Baker was named to the preseason watch list for the 30th annual Butkus Award.
The Butkus Award honors the nation’s best linebackers at the high school, college and professional levels. Fifty-one players were named to the high school watch list. Semifinalists will be announced on Oct. 27, and the winner will be notified on or before Dec. 9.
Baker, considered by some national recruiting services as the top player in Ohio, had 120 tackles last season. He also plays running back, and rushed for 1,400 yards during his junior year.
More about Baker
Weight: 206 pounds.
Position: Running back/linebacker.
2013 stats: Baker had 1,400 rushing yards and 120 tackles last season.
College commitment: Florida.
Awards/honors: First-Team Division IV All-Ohio in 2013. First-Team Northeast Lakes District Division IV Firs-Team and Offensive Player of the Year in 2013.
MinuteClinic, USA Football to honor and award football team moms this fall
MinuteClinic, the walk-in medical clinic inside CVS/pharmacy® and official sports physical provider and retail drug store partner of USA Football, is recognizing and rewarding football team moms across the country this fall.
Football moms hold important responsibilities and MinuteClinic wants to celebrate the accomplishments of these sometimes unnoticed team members.
“I think it’s awesome that USA Football and MinuteClinic are recognizing football moms,” said Kim Brown of Kansas City, Kan., a coach’s wife and mom of five with three boys playing football. “Moms may never score the winning touchdown or make that game-saving tackle, but we are practice-driving, snack-packing, jersey-washing, pant-scrubbing experts that cherish every moment on and off the field of just being a mom.”
A microsite with more information about the program can be found at www.usafootball.com/mom.
“Football moms have a significant role in keeping every football family together,” USA Football executive director Scott Hallenbeck said. “We’re proud to stand with MinuteClinic to recognize and honor them on a national level.”
USA Football and MinuteClinic will select 100 outstanding football team moms from across the country and award them with a Team Mom t-shirt, cooler bag, game day accessory kit and a $20 CVS gift card. Ten (10) finalists will be selected by an online vote to compete for the Team Mom of the Year Award, which includes a $5,000 equipment grant, a $500 spa gift certificate and a Team Mom of the Year jersey. Each of the 10 finalists also will receive a $1,000 equipment grant as well as a $100 gift card from Sports Authority.
- See more at: http://usafootball.com/blogs/football-parents/post/9198/minuteclinic%2C-usa-football-to-honor-and-award-football-team-moms-this-fall#sthash.T2QST1DU.dpuf
Cleveland Warriors Visit Day 2 of Cleveland Browns Training Camp
Welcome to Cleveland Muny Football League
The Cleveland Muny Football League was established to bring member organizations together to develop local football programs that teach the great sport of football. As a developmental organization our focus is directed toward the following goals: Teach the fundamentals of the game; Encourage teamwork and sportsmanship at all times; Learn the value of athletic competition and create a fun environment for all players. The success of our member organizations will not be measured by wins or loses, but on how they meet these goals.
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Cleveland Muny Football League is a proud member of USA Football. All of our football coaches will complete the Level 1 coaches certification for tackle football. With this certification our coaches recieve training in how to coach the heads up method of tackling to improve player safety. Please check out the USA Football site for more information.
Field Dedicated in Honor of Community Leader
CLEVELAND — Dozens turned out for a special dedication on the city’s east side Sunday morning.
Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, along with other city leaders, dedicated the Lonnie Burten Recreation Field in honor of Dwayne Browder.
The field is home to Cleveland Muny Football League’s CMHA/Lonnie Burten Organization. Browder has served as the leader of the organization for 22 years.
Browder was also recognized Sunday for his leadership with the youth in local neighborhoods. He says the league helps fight a rising epidemic.
“We’re losing a battle with a lot of kids and teenagers today, and if someone doesn’t step up and help them, this thing can get even worse, and we’re not trying to let it get worse, we’re trying to get it better,” said Browder.
Brodwer says the league is one of a few in Ohio that does not charge children to play. He is hoping for some more financial support from the community.