Thursday, September 9, 2010

Football News From Around the World

Just thought I'd keep everyone up-to-date on American football doings while I'm out taking a walk.

Football news from Sweden,

The Hässleholm Hurricanes youth program is off to a flying start, about 30 kids at practice last week to start a new era in Hurricanes football, AWESOME!

SAFF Division I Pool Play Playoff Results:
Group I
Ystad 7 - Uppsala 6
Nyköping 20 - Göteborg 14

Ystad 26 - Nyköping 14
Uppsala 27 - Göteborg 6

This weekend:
Ystad (2-0) at Göteborg (0-2)
Uppsala (1-1) at Nyköping (1-1)

Ystad has already qualified to play Djurgården next week in a Superseries relegation game.

Group II
Örebro 47 - Stockholm 8
Västerås 49 - Kristianstad 21

Kristianstad 55 - Stockholm 12
Örebro 20 - Västerås 12

This weekend:
Örebro (2-0) at Kristianstad (1-1)
Stockholm (0-2) at Västerås (1-1)

The winner of Group II plays Arlanda in a Superseries relegation game next weekend.

From the world of college football,

BYU 23 - Washington 17
When will the Huskies stop scheduling these private/parochial schools, everybody knows that they recruit players!

The Dawgs host Syracuse this weekend.

Jason Johnson's college coaching career starts this weekend as Pacific Lutheran travels to St. Paul, Minnesota to play Hamline. GOOD LUCK J'Son!!!

In high school football, Rio Mesa travels to San Marcos to open their season this Friday.

Michael Contreras' Hueneme H.S. J.V. team opened last weekend with a loss to Thousand Oaks 46-13. They will try to rebound this Friday against Santa Clara.

Finally, in the NFL, Scott Fujita will start the latest chapter of his nine year NFL career as his new team, the Cleveland Browns, travel to Tampa Bay to play the Bucaneers on Sunday.



steveswindle said...

Camarillo Cougars Junior2 Gold versus Lancaster Rebels in Lancaster....very HOT...we lost 32-7.
Camarillo Junior Gold vs Westlake Blue...we lost 22-7.

Today Camarillo High Freshmen vs Buena Freshmen at Buena....score to be posted afterward.

Better luck next time Michael....but TOHS is a dynasty!!!!

Thanks for the updates Coach. Does Sweden have a youth program that is similar to ours?

steveswindle said...

Camarillo Scorpion Frosh 26-20 over the Buena High Frosh.....awesome game would have loved it!!!

George said...


Yes, Sweden does. PeeWees ages 10-14 and Juniors which are high school ages.