The Methacton Warriors youth football and cheerleading programs opened its season yesterday with the start of the first, full-on conditioning practices. The league hosted free Tuesday night workouts all summer long, leading up to the kick-off of the fall season of sports.
Affiliated with the national Pop Warner program, the league calls itself the “premier youth football and cheer organization in the area,” according to its website.
The Warriors are just one of 16 teams in the larger Bux-Mont Football Association. With teams from Quakertown to King of Prussia, Chester Springs to Penndel, there are a wide variety of teams offering competition for those ages 5 to 14.
The teams operate seasons from early August through late October or early November. Schedules will be released in mid-August.
Those wishing to register should visit the team’s website here. Late entries are still be accepted by mail, in person at the fields or online. Interested parties should stop by the Warrior fields, located next to the Lower Providence Township Building at 100 Parklane Drive, for more information anytime this week.
Teams will be conditioning from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday until Labor Day.