"Celebrating 15 Years of Excellence in Football and Cheerleading"

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Lower Mac Mustangs Football


Instructional levels (Flags & Jr. Pee Wee Tackle) strive to teach all players the fundamentals of football.   

Flags and Jr. Pee Wee Tackle introduce players to the structure of a real football team.  Games consist of 11 vs 11 competition and operate just like the NFL games you watch on television.  All players recieve playing time.  For the safety and well being of the players, some will get significant time during regularly scheduled games based on ability, football IQ  and overall effort during the practice week.  Those who don't play as much will see increased playing time during additionally scheduled weekday games, commonly referred to as B games.  All players are assigned to a specific position.  They also learn that every position is important to the success of the team.  No records are kept at any of these levels.  

Flags and Jr. Pee Wee Teams participate in an End of Season Tournament as an introduction to the competetive mentality of football.  During this tournament, playing time is not required for all players, however, because of the experience gained throughout the season, most players see playing time.


At the Pee Wee, Jr. Varsity & Varsity winning becomes a bigger focus of the season. Each team is trying to win the Championship of the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Football League.  

Key to achieving that goal is teaching each player the importance of Sportsmanship, Teamwork, Dicipline and Dedication.  Players are driven to become experts at their assigned positions both on the offensive side of the ball and defensive side of the ball.  As they progress from level to level, each player is coached to understand the offensive and defensive schemes that are used by the Middle School and High School teams in the East Penn School Distict in oreder to provide them with an advantage once they graduate from our program.  

Since not every player will receive equal playing time in the weekend games, secondary or "B" games may be scheduled for Monday nights in order to provide those players with the opportunity to continue the development of their skills in a game atmosphere.