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While in Texas last week, the Little Quakers had the opportunity to tour Southern Methodist University. During the tour the LQ’s met with Head Football Coach Chad Morris. Coach Morris shared his team’s Championship Culture of
1) Accountability
2) Energy & Work Ethic
3) Mental and Physical Toughness
4) Family
5) Integrity
6) Confidence, Belief & Faith

Steve Stigall, Associate Director of Football Operations and Player Development spoke to the team about what it takes to be a Division I Football player at SMU. The tour included a trip to the weight room, team meeting room and a team photo on the Pony at the 50 yard line of Gerard J. Ford Stadium. See SMU Photo album for pics from the tour. Thanks you Coach Morris and Coach Stigall!!

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The Little Quakers faced a tough opponent in Ft. Worth Texas on Saturday, December 5th and came up ONE play short of notching its 252nd win in program history. Go to: www.tedsilary.com for a full recap and stats. Look under December 10, 2015.

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It's Gameday in Texas!

Posted by Philadelphia Little Quakers at Dec 4, 2015 10:31PM PST

After months of preparatiion, the day has finally arrived! The Little Quakers are in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas to take on an All-Star squad comprised of 4 teams associated with the Texas Youth Sports Association (TYSA). Kick-off is set for 1PM Central Time. Gates open at 12 noon. The location of the game is Handley Field 6201 Craig Street Fort Worth, TX 76112. The Little Quakers look to bring home their 252 win in program hostory. Their overall record is 251-37-7. Find us on Twitter:@LQuakers. Look for live treets throughout the game. Go Quakers!!!

The Little Quakers will travel to The Greenhill School in Addison, Texas this morning to begin final preparations for their game on Saturday vs The Texans in Fort Worth. The game location has been finalized! The game wil take place at 1PM in the stadium at Handley Park. Address is 6201 Craig Street, Ft. Worth, Texas 76112. There is plenty of parking at the stadium.

The Little Quakers won a hard-fought defensive struggle and came away with a 7-0 win against the Bristol Wardogs at Franklin Field this past Friday night. For a complete recap and stats go to: www.tedsilary.com and look under November 27th. Click on Photos tab to view photos of game.