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Palo Alto begins quest for a national youth football title

Original post made on Dec 4, 2008

Youth football history can be made by the Palo Alto Knights' Varsity squad next week, which is making its sixth appearance in a national championship game. Palo Alto is 0-5 in its previous title games over the past nine years. That streak can come to an end when the Knights begin play for a title in the American Youth Football Under Armour National Championships in Orlando, Fla.


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Posted by Sammi Thielen, a resident of another community
on Dec 4, 2008 at 11:43 am

From a fan in Southern California, I wish the Knights the best and know that they will be bringing home a National Championship this time!!! Coach Piha, you are such a role model and inspiration for these young men. You have such a great gift for coaching these boys in football and for teaching them about teamwork, commitment, and life! Go Knights!


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