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Saturday, July 26, 2014 - Time: 10:15 A.M.

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CFA Football League Meeting

Monday, August 11, 2014

7:45 P.M.

Steelton Italian Club, 325 River Alley, Steelton, PA 17113

Decade History of CFA Super Bowl Program Books & Records 1989 to 1999

The following is a Decade of CFA football History (1989 to 1999) of The published CFA Super Bowl Program Book, Inside Cover Dedication, and Midget Teams that played for the Super Bowl Championship.  The First super bowl program book was published November 12, 1989 (Super Bowl 17).  Midget Championship, West Perry Mustangs played East Shore Royals.  Inside cover featured my Granddaughter, Lindsay Brownewell, ill with a rare childhood cancer. The next issue was published November 18, 1990 (Super Bowl 18).  Midget Championship, St. Joseph Chargers played St. Margaret Mary. Inside cover "Four Diamonds Fund" and CYO/CFA Commemorative.  In November 10, 1991 (Super Bowl 19), St. Margaret Mary played Holy Name Jets.  Inside cover "Four Chapman Bishop McDevitt Head Football Coach".  November 8, 1992 (Super Bowl 20), Holy Name Jets played St. Margaret Mary.  Inside cover "Joe DeLutis" Head Coach at St. Catherine Laboure & Good Shepherd Rams.  November 7, 1993 (Super Bowl 21), West Perry Mustangs played Seven Sorrows.  Inside cover "Mariano R. DeFilippo" Coach and Athletic Director at Bishop McDevitt.  November 6, 1994 (Super Bowl 22), East Shore Royals played West Perry Mustangs.  Inside cover "Rev. Martin O. Moran III" Parochial Vicar St. Catherine Laboure.  November 1995 (Super Bowl 23).  East Shore Royals played West Perry Mustangs.  November 3, 1996 (Super Bowl 24). East Shore Royals played Seven Sorrows Eagles.  November 9, 1997 (Super Bowl 25).  New Cumberland Saints played Good Shepherd Rams. November 8, 1998 (Super Bowl 26).  New Cumberland Saints played East Shore Royals.  Inside cover Fund Raiser for "Nicholas Russ" Third Degree Burns over nearly 80% of his body.  And, November 14, 1999 (Super Bowl 27). Halifax Bobcats played St. Joseph Chargers.

Copy's of the Super Bowl Cover Pages made be viewed under  http://www.football-cfa.org Click on "History of CFA" Button

CFA Football Day - at Penn State Football

November 29, 2014

Penn State VS Michigan State

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A. Joseph Cribari

E-Mail:  ajosephcribari@msn.com or ajosephcribari@comcast.net

Phone:  Home:  717-564-1059   Cell:  717-439-9487

  • ce) the player is already slightly dehydrated. If it is very pale yellow (like lemonade) then he is on the way to being hydrated.
  • Players should consume 17-20 oz of fluid two hours prior to the start of the game or workout.
  • Players should drink during exercise to minimize losses in body weight but should not over drink.
  • Avoid carbonated drinks. They can cause bloating and may decrease the amount of fluid consumed.

 

  • Thirst mechanisms don't kick in until a player has lost about 2% of his body weight as sweat. In other words, a defensive player who weighs 250 pounds may lose 5 pounds before he even becomes thirsty. Unfortunately, this small amount of fluid loss can hurt performance skills and the player may be fatigued before he starts to drink!
  • Players often drink to quench their mouth thirst. If a player only drinks to quench his thirst he may be replacing only 1/2 to 2/3 of the fluids lost. As a result, he will start the next practice or workout in a state of dehydration. Football players need to drink throughout the day whether they are thirsty or not.
  • Weigh players before and after practice. For each pound lost during the workout, an athlete should consume at least 20 oz of fluid. If this recommended amount of fluid isn't consumed, the player must replace 80% of lost weight by next practice to avoid dehydration.
  • Check the color of the urine. If it is a dark, gold color (like apple juice) the player is already slightly dehydrated. If it is very pale yellow (like lemonade) then he is on the way to being hydrated.
  • Players should consume 17-20 oz of fluid two hours prior to the start of the game or workout.
  • Players should drink during exercise to minimize losses in body weight but should not over drink.
  • Avoid carbonated drinks. They can cause bloating and may decrease the amount of fluid consumed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. n in this state. The dedication of people such as Warren Ritter, A Cribari, Joseph Wilson, Dave Bickel, Robert Youngblood,, Keith Newcome , and countless others is second to none. People ask why do... men like these do what they do. The countless hours, the headaches with dealing with parents and yes even coaches, the time away from families, and late nights put in week after week. The answer is simple. It was so crystal clear this weekend: at Landis field. Its about the smiles on those young man's faces. Its about giving back when so many others just want to take. Its about taking a boy and giving him a sense of pride and accomplishment . Thank you gentleman.
    1. Wow...what a weekend. The turnpike classic was awesome. I just have to say that I am proud to be a part of the CFA. What is done for these kids is first class. We are the best youth football association in this state. The dedication of people such as Warren Ritter, A Cribari, Joseph Wilson, Dave Bickel, Robert Youngblood,, Keith Newcome , and countless others is second to none. People ask why do... men like these do what they do. The countless hours, the headaches with dealing with parents and yes even coaches, the time away from families, and late nights put in week after week. The answer is simple. It was so crystal clear this weekend: at Landis field. Its about the smiles on those young man's faces. Its about giving back when so many others just want to take. Its about taking a boy and giving him a sense of pride and accomplishment . Thank you gentleman.

  1. Wow...what a weekend. The turnpike classic was awesome. I just have to say that I am proud to be a part of the CFA. What is done for these kids is first class. We are the best youth football association in this state. The dedication of people such as Warren Ritter, A Cribari, Joseph Wilson, Dave Bickel, Robert Youngblood,, Keith Newcome , and countless others is second to none. People ask why do... men like these do what they do. The countless hours, the headaches with dealing with parents and yes even coaches, the time away from families, and late nights put in week after week. The answer is simple. It was so crystal clear this weekend: at Landis field. Its about the smiles on those young man's faces. Its about giving back when so many others just want to take. Its about taking a boy and giving him a sense of pride and accomplishment . Thank you gentleman.