They say in the South, football is king. That's definitely true at West Mobile Park where the Buccaneers are gearing up for another great season. And, they'd like to invite you to join them.
Located off Leroy Stevens Road, West Mobile Park has been home to the Buccaneers Youth Football and Cheerleading programs for almost 15 years and the soccer program for 6 years. Their program has grown to the point where they host over 400 athletes in each season and is only getting bigger and stronger.
Donnie Barnette, President of the West Mobile Youth Athletic Association, said, "We are very excited about the upcoming season, which we think is going to be the best yet. We have great kids and highly involved parent-volunteers to help us develop and mold these young people into strong and motivated athletes."
"Our cheerleading program strives to be better each year and prepare these girls not just for their middle school squads and beyond, but really to understand and appreciate good sportsmanship and hard work," says Delissa Cutts, Cheer Director.
The park just wrapped up the spring soccer season, which saw a record number of athletes participate. Registration for soccer at West Mobile Park occurs annually in February. The season runs from late February to mid-May.
West Mobile Park will hold registration for the 2013 Football and Cheerleading season on July 6, 13 and 20 from 9am to noon. Parents will need to bring new player's birth certificates to sign them up. Registration is open to all children between ages 4-13 as of August 21, 2013. For more information about West Mobile Park and registration, please visit www.westmobilebucs.com . Or, you can call 251-366-9896.
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