Crimson Vs. Blue: Youth Football Takes The Field At Tate High School

October 6, 2019

Youth football players had a chance to get a taste of what it’s like to play in a big high school stadium Saturday during the first Crimson vs. Blue game in Tate High School’s Pete Gindl Stadium.

Not only did they have a chance to play in the stadium, they were also able to use the locker rooms for an authentic experience. The days events included games between several Cantonment Cowboys and Ensley Chiefs teams, and a matchup between the Perdido Bay Juniors and the Ensley Juniors.

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Photos courtesy Dorrian Vance for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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One Response to “Crimson Vs. Blue: Youth Football Takes The Field At Tate High School”

  1. Renee Odgen on October 6th, 2019 1:32 pm

    What an awesome article! I would like to take the opportunity to Thank You for your article and photos. It is things like this that help children recognize their self worth and give them pride.

    I am fortunate enough to be the Grandmother of Miss R. Gardner. She is a very special young lady as I am sure all the young ladies on the squad are.

    Unfortunately her Grandfather and I live in Ohio and are unable to attend, but we are sending much LUCK their way!





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