4TH AT NATIONALS . . . The Palo Alto Knights had two teams finish in fourth place at the American Youth Football National Championships last week in Orlando, Fla. The Pee Wee team dropped a tough 8-6 decision to the Mesa Soldiers from Arizona in the third-place game. Palo Alto reached that game following a 30-16 semifinal loss to the Phoenix Thunder. The Knights began their hopes for a possible national title with a 28-0 victory over the New York state champion Harlem Jets. The Palo Alto Unlimited (ninth grade) team had a great chance to play for a national title as the Knights were tied with the Florida Poinciana Predators, 14-14, in the fourth quarter and had the ball inside the one-yard line. The Knights, however, fumbled in their backfield with Florida picking up the loose ball and returning it 99 yards for the winning touchdown. Palo Alto won its opener, 12-6, over Boston, but dropped its semifinal game to the Fairlawn Cardinals of Rhode Island, 28-20.
COACHING CORNER . . . The Palo Alto Babe Ruth baseball program has openings for head coaches and team managers for the spring 2012 season. Tryouts will be in late January 2012. Those interested should contact the league at email@example.com. For more details, go to www.pababeruth.org.
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