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Football Season in Doubt for Many St. Mary’s Children Due to League Dispute

SMNewsnet was contacted by families who paid and registered in February, to play 10U football for the Mechanicsville Braves this season, as well as other citizens in the community. The families were recently informed their children are “ineligible” to play this season for their registered football team. A message received by SMNewsnet advised approximately twenty-eight children played for the Leonardtown Wildcat’s last year, but the majority left the organization to other teams, most signing up with the neighboring Mechanicsville Braves and Pax River Raiders, the only other two St. Mary’s County teams. Other league teams are located in Charles, Calvert County and King George, Virginia. According to concerned parents they left the Wildcats organization after a dispute between the team’s coach, Michael Hebb and Wildcats president, John Fort. At the conclusion of the season, Hebb was removed from the board and left the organization, joining the neighboring Mechanicsville Braves. SMNewsnet attempted to find a website for the Southern Maryland Youth Athletic Conference (SMYAC) but the site was removed. Individual SMYAC team rules were posted but no single set of rules appeared available. Some teams listed SMYAC rules from 2015, while other organizations had rules from 2022. In the posted rules […]

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