NKYFL Scores Spet 30- Oct 1st.

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    NKYFL Scores Spet 30- Oct 1st.

    South Kenton Juniors won 26 to 20 over Campbell County Youth.
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    Big games tomorrow. Union Raiders Midgets and Midget Youth vs the NKY Bandits. All 4 teams are undefeated. Should be great games.

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    UR Midgets won 12-6 over Bandits.
    Bandits Midget Youth won 6-0 over UR in OT.
    Bandits Juniors won 8-0 over UR.

    All we're great games!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKYRaider View Post
    UR Midgets won 12-6 over Bandits.
    Bandits Midget Youth won 6-0 over UR in OT.
    Bandits Juniors won 8-0 over UR.

    All we're great games!
    Bandits travel to SK next Sunday to play South Kenton.

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    I think - aside from the scores - the biggest news of the week is the announced merger of Dayton & Bellevue. Surprising, but correct, move by the powers that be in both camps. Apparently there will be a vote next week to choose the name of the new organization. Options include Ducks, Knights, Warriors and Rage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrosefStalin View Post
    I think - aside from the scores - the biggest news of the week is the announced merger of Dayton & Bellevue. Surprising, but correct, move by the powers that be in both camps. Apparently there will be a vote next week to choose the name of the new organization. Options include Ducks, Knights, Warriors and Rage.
    Was this move based on diminishing numbers in both programs?? From a distance, it seemed that Dayton had been doing a pretty good job the last 5 or so years in improving their program, and Bellevue has always been pretty solid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjs4470 View Post
    Was this move based on diminishing numbers in both programs?? From a distance, it seemed that Dayton had been doing a pretty good job the last 5 or so years in improving their program, and Bellevue has always been pretty solid.
    Unsure of the exact reasons behind the merge, but I think - overall - the move was made due to declining numbers in the Dayton organization (football numbers to be clear/cheerleading is still strong), the great working relationship both organizations and their leaders have, and an overall desire to give the kids/families/communities better experiences.

    And, to be clear, while I do think that a desire to win is part of this, I definitely think they all honestly just want to improve the situation for the kids. Have to applaud them for that right?

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