Cooper Jaguars to start a youth football program.

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    Cooper Jaguars to start a youth football program.

    They will be called the Union Jaguars and will be putting their feeder teams in the Northern Ky Youth Football League.
    They will have 2 teams in the Sr Division and 1 team in the Jr. Division.
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    With Ryle and now Cooper starting their own leagues, how will this impact the BCPWFL? Will the league still be able to succeed?

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    I had an outstanding left handed kid from Hebron on our FTJRFL Red team last yr. He was a 4th grader, ahletic and threw the ball like a 6th grader. I was informed he unfortunately won't be back next year and will be playing in Cooper's new feeder league. We ran a spread shotgun offense and he was a natural. Cooper fans need to keep their eye on this youngstr. I'm assuming as a 5th grader he will be on the Juniors. All the attributes of a future QB. I wish him the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    I had an outstanding left handed kid from Hebron on our FTJRFL Red team last yr. He was a 4th grader, ahletic and threw the ball like a 6th grader. I was informed he unfortunately won't be back next year and will be playing in Cooper's new feeder league. We ran a spread shotgun offense and he was a natural. Cooper fans need to keep their eye on this youngstr. I'm assuming as a 5th grader he will be on the Juniors. All the attributes of a future QB. I wish him the best.
    That kid was unbelievable. It was his first year playing correct? Heads and shoulders above others his age athletically.

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    The next big lefty had a great time and season last year as a 3rd grader. BTW has been getting even better working with the real BIG HEFTY LEFTY once a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    I had an outstanding left handed kid from Hebron on our FTJRFL Red team last yr. He was a 4th grader, ahletic and threw the ball like a 6th grader. I was informed he unfortunately won't be back next year and will be playing in Cooper's new feeder league. We ran a spread shotgun offense and he was a natural. Cooper fans need to keep their eye on this youngstr. I'm assuming as a 5th grader he will be on the Juniors. All the attributes of a future QB. I wish him the best.

    Trosper better keep his eye on him

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABC2 View Post
    The next big lefty had a great time and season last year as a 3rd grader. BTW has been getting even better working with the real BIG HEFTY LEFTY once a week.
    I may know two pretty good targets for him. They look a lot alike. The young man from the Red team is going to be outstanding wherever he ends up.

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    Actually the boy lives in Burlington, my mistake. He will definitely be a Jag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    Actually the boy lives in Burlington, my mistake. He will definitely be a Jag.
    There is no City of Burlington to speak of other than a postal zip code! Where in the Burlington zip code area does the child live, as that will determine whether he attends Conner or Cooper! Unless of course your name is "Moss" or your parent works for the BOE, you attend school in the District you live in, in the County of Boone .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    Actually the boy lives in Burlington, my mistake. He will definitely be a Jag.
    Burlington Pike seems to be the dividing line, south of 18 goes to Cooper, north to Conner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEERFAN View Post
    Burlington Pike seems to be the dividing line, south of 18 goes to Cooper, north to Conner.
    That appears to be correct.

    http://www.boone.kyschools.us/attend...highCooper.pdf

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    I have no clue but he is playing in their feeder program and his pops told me Cooper is the school. However, alot can change between now and Freshman year. He got a taste of the Ft. Thomas league and hopefully there might be a reunion of some sorts down the road. A joy to coach and a real gamer. Smart, handled over 40 plays and I allowed him to check off and call his own plays many times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    I have no clue but he is playing in their feeder program and his pops told me Cooper is the school. However, alot can change between now and Freshman year. He got a taste of the Ft. Thomas league and hopefully there might be a reunion of some sorts down the road. A joy to coach and a real gamer. Smart, handled over 40 plays and I allowed him to check off and call his own plays many times.
    We are talking about a 4th grader right?????

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    I have seen it all when we talk about about third and fourth graders, I hope they continue to have fun and play but lets shelf this for a few years

    Is Chuck Hendrix involved with program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    I have no clue but he is playing in their feeder program and his pops told me Cooper is the school. However, alot can change between now and Freshman year. He got a taste of the Ft. Thomas league and hopefully there might be a reunion of some sorts down the road. A joy to coach and a real gamer. Smart, handled over 40 plays and I allowed him to check off and call his own plays many times.
    What? Why?

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