The Palm Coast/Flagler County-run league is dedicated to helping children learn the game of football to stay physically fit, have fun, gain a sense of teamwork and sportsmanship and better prepare for both athletics and life in high school and beyond.
November 26, 2018, PALM COAST, FLORIDA — Mad Dogs Flag Football of Palm Coast is announcing its inaugural season, starting in March 2019. The brand new league is being started by Jarrod Maxwell, a longtime youth football coach in the area and local business owner. The league is being supported by a number of local business owners and experienced football coaches who are dedicated to building a lasting youth sports community here in Palm Coast.
“These kids deserve a league that wants what is best for them,” said Maxwell. “They need coaches who continually want to get better and a league that is invested in them from the moment they step onto the field until they are prepared to go onto whatever is next.”
The new league has tagged March 16 for its opening slate of games with a robust preseason schedule of coaching clinics, position-specific coaching sessions and practices beginning in February. After an 8-week regular season and playoffs, Mad Dogs will continue play in the fall of 2019.
Mad Dogs is looking for coaches and players for its initial season as well as local business owners and residents to support the league with their time and in potential sponsorship opportunities.
Those interested are encouraged to contact Jarrod Maxwell at (386) 597-0215.
Mad Dogs Board of Directors 2018-2019
R.J. Dailey — PNC Bank
John Gilvary — Painting with Fin-S
Royce Pettus —Advisor
Nicole Speglevin —Dust Bunnies Professional Cleaning
Bruce Garrison — Trademark Realty
Dr. Travis Ray — Florida Family Dentistry
Michael Schottey —Office Divvy
Chris Zwirn —Bull Creek Fish Camp
George Holloway — Flagler County
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