Before leaving the house, we checked the weather and it said that it was going to rain right around the game time so we brough towels and umbreallas with us. Sure enough, when we were on our way there, the rain started pouring and it did not stop until we were ready to leave.
I thought the kids were going to be cold since they were getting soaked but they were all pumped in anticipation to the game that it didn't matter. They warmed up in the field before the game started. I on the other hand got a little chilly since we were just sitting on the bleacher. I regreted that I did not bring any sweater.
I have to commend the coacher because they treat our children like their own. They are so nice to them and the fact that they are not getting paid doing it is very commendable.
My son's post is a wide receiver although the ball has never been passed to him yet, he is happy of what he does which blocking the opponent. Passing the ball is very uncommon when little kids are playing because the ball is big and they have small hands.
I thought it was a powerful moment when they all kneeled down and prayed together before they started the game.
This is Jr. Don's third game and I can see improvement with their performances already. In the last two games they played, they did not score but on this game, they had one touch down and another two points. The other team won with two touch downs but it was a bad game at all. Jr. Dons had 8 and Central Saint had 12.
Our daughter is a big supporter of her brother. She sold most of the raffle tickets that his rother have for his football team.
This year, 5 boys from my son's grade signed up for football. There was no one from 5th and 6th grade that's why most of the Jr. Dons team are little and new.
Jr. Dons is a combinationate of kids from St. Paul and St. Joseph so my son and his classmate are proud to represent their school.
Their next game will be this Saturday, it is a home game and I am glad because we don't have to drive somewhere to play. Good luck Jr. Dons!