Sparta Bears play at MetLife Stadium

Third grade team does drills, training and a game at football field


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— The third grade Sparta Bears team joined George Martin and the Minority Athletes Network (MAN), for a one-day, non-contact football camp on the field at MetLife Stadium.

MAN is a non-profit organization committed to making a difference in the lives of the youth in our community. MAN seeks to bring educational, social and workforce development opportunities to communities.

The team participated in drills, agility training and a game of two-hand touch shadowed by autographs and an inspirational speech by George Martin.

This was an experience that all the boys loved and will never forget.


Pictured are players Jake Koerner, Patrick Dunn, Henry Lee, Ryan Lee, Nick Curry and Alex Santana Coaches: Chris Curry, Rick Koerner and Pat Dunn.




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