Week 2 Results: Cullman County Youth Football

by | Sep 3, 2017 | City News, County News, Cullman, Cullman City, Good Hope, Hanceville, Images, People, Sports, Students, Videos, Youth Football

Week 2 of Cullman County Youth Football is now in the books.

The Week 2 games for the Cullman County Youth Football Association (CCYFA) kicked off at 4 pm sharp around the County on Saturday, September 2nd. It was a much anticipated moment for hundreds of elementary aged student-athletes, cheer squads, families, and friends.

Week 2 CCYFA Results

FIREPLUG Division
Cullman Cyclones 38 – Hanceville Bulldogs 8
Cullman Bearcats 30 – Cold Springs Eagles 0
Fairview Aggies 22 – Good Hope Raiders 6
Good Hope Outlaws 36 – Vinemont Eagles 0
West Point Warriors 22 – Holly Pond Broncos 0

WEEWEE Division
Cullman Cyclones 46 – Hanceville Bulldogs 6
Cullman Bearcats 30 – Cold Springs Eagles 0
Fairview Aggies 28 – Good Hope Raiders 6
Vinemont Eagles 2 – Good Hope Outlaws 0
West Point Warriors 22 – Holly Pond Broncos 0

PEEWEE Division
Cullman Cyclones 16 – Hanceville Bulldogs 8
Fairview Aggies 26 – Good Hope Raiders 16
Vinemont Eagles 22 – Good Hope Outlaws 0
West Point Warriors 28 – Holly Pond Broncos 0
Cold Springs Eagles (no team) – Cullman Bearcats (DNP)

The WEEK 2 Division Standings are below.

The PeeWee Division clash between the Holly Pond Broncos and the West Point Warriors was the Cullman Today featured CCYFA GAME OF THE WEEK.

We moved up in class this week from the WeeWee featured game at Good Hope Elementary last weekend.

The PeeWee Division game of the Cullman County Youth Football Association at Thomas-Michelfelder Field in the Town of Holly Pond Saturday was a contrast in playing style in a crisp, well-attended atmosphere.

This game between the visiting West Point Warriors and the host Holly Pond Broncos pitted a physical, smashmouth attack (WP) against a nuanced, sophisticated play execution style (HP).

The difference in this game was primarily West Point’s ability to control the like of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. This led to consistent gains on the ground for the Warrior offense and limited sustained drives for the Broncos.

The coaching at this 5-6th-grade level is more reminiscent of what you would see at the Middle and High School levels. The strategic complexity is distinctly more advanced here than at the Weewee and Fireplug levels.

Here are the final deciding moments of this contest:


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Here is the PeeWee Cheer Squad for the West Point Warriors:

WEEK 2 LEAGUE STANDINGS

EAST

FIREPLUG Division
2-0 Cullman Bearcats
1-1 Good Hope Raiders
1-1 Fairview Aggies
0-2 Holly Pond Broncos
0-2 Vinemont Eagles

WEEWEE Division
2-0 Cullman Bearcats
2-0 Fairview Aggies
2-0 Vinemont Eagles
0-2 Good Hope Raiders
0-2 Holly Pond Broncos

PEEWEE Division
1-0 Cullman Bearcats
2-0 Fairview Aggies
1-1 Good Hope Raiders
0-2 Holly Pond Broncos*
1-1 Vinemont Eagles

WEST

FIREPLUG Division
1-1 Cold Springs Eagles
2-0 Good Hope Outlaws
2-0 West Point Warriors
1-1 Cullman Cyclones
0-2 Hanceville Bulldogs

WEEWEE Division
2-0 Cullman Cyclones
1-1 Hanceville Bulldogs
0-2 Cold Springs Eagles
0-2 Good Hope Outlaws
1-1 West Point Warriors

PEEWEE Division
2-0 Cullman Cyclones
0-2 Good Hope Outlaws
1-1 West Point Warriors*
0-1 Hanceville Bulldogs

At season’s end, the top two teams in each Division will qualify for the playoffs.

Note: The Cold Springs Eagles do not field a PeeWee Division team. Thus, the Cullman Bearcats PeeWee were a DNP in Week 2 and remain 1-0 in the standings.

* Cullman Today featured CCYFA GAME OF THE WEEK

This Year’s CCYFA Schedule

IMAGES from Week 2 Play From Thomas-Michelfelder in Holly Pond

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Thomas-Michelfelder Field in the Town of Holly Pond

Week 2 Results: Cullman County Youth Football

Timothy Collins

Originally from Asheville, NC, Timothy brings an insightful holistic perspective as well as a mountain man tenacity to his various roles at Cullman Today. You can reach him at cullmantoday@gmail.com and/or (256) 615-8260.