Hard Count Athletics (HCA), the nation’s leading youth flag football organization, recently returned to Las Vegas on April 27th and 28th with the third installment in the 2019 Hard Count Athletics national youth flag football tournament series. HCA’s long and successful history of bringing youth flag football tournaments and skills camps to youth players of all ages throughout the country, including a number of successful youth flag football tournaments previously held in Las Vegas, was only amplified by the tremendous success of this most recent event. Teams from across the country participated in both the 5v5 and 7v7 formats and teams from Arizona, California, Hawaii and Nevada were successful in winning their respective age groups. In doing so, they also secured bids into the 2019 HCA nationwide youth flag football championship that will take place on June 16thin San Diego.
The Las Vegas event was a huge hit with both the players who participated as well as their parents and coaches, and this marked yet another successful chapter in HCA’s long history of successful tournaments and other youth sporting events in Las Vegas. Next up on the 2019 HCA nationwide youth flag football tournament circuit are stops in New Orleans in May and then two more stops, one in the Bay Area and a second in San Diego for additional qualifying tournaments before the 2019 HCA national championships.
The Las Vegas Tournament was the third stop on our 2019 nationwide youth flag football tournament circuit after earlier successful stops in Hawaii and Los Angeles in January and February 2019, respectively. The 2019 Las Vegas tournament took place on April 27th - 28th at Charlie Frias Park. It featured play in two different formats, 5v5 and 7v7. In the 5v5 tournament, play took place in the following age groups: 6u, 7u, 8u, 9u, 10u, 11u, 12u, 13u and 14u. The 7v7 format featured competition in the 10u, 14u, 15u, and high school divisions.
The champions in the 5 on 5 division at the Las Vegas tournament were the following teams:
The champions in the 7 on 7 division at the Las Vegas tournament were the following teams:
After Las Vegas, HCA’s next stops in its 2019 tournament series will be in New Orleans at the New Orleans Saints training facility outside New Orleans on May 18th to be followed by another stop in the Bay Area on June 1stand 2ndat the Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center in Morgan Hill, California. The final qualifier will take place in San Diego on June 14th and 15th. That final qualifying tournament will be followed by the 5v5 national championships on June 16th, also in San Diego. The June 16th championship tournament will bring together the age group champions from each of the previous tournament sites: Hawaii, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New Orleans, the Bay Area, and San Diego. The competition will be fierce, but the winners that emerge will be teams that truly represent the best in the nation in their respective age groups.
Tournaments like the 2019 Las Vegas event organized by Hard Count Athletics permit youth sports teams to hone their skills against the best competition from around the country in a format that encourages safety, player participation and skills development. Competing in our flag football tournaments helps contribute to the success enjoyed by youth flag football teams in both their regular weekly leagues as well as regional and national tournaments like those offered by HCA. In addition to regional and national youth flag football tournaments, HCA also offers skills camps annually across the United States. Registration for the May 18th New Orleans tournament is still open to any team that wants to participate (there are no pre-qualifying requirements) and interested parents and coaches can register their child’s team here. If your child is interested in competing against other young athletes to be his or her very best or in developing his or her skills through either a tournament against national-caliber competition or a skills camp with a professional football player, contact Hard Count Athletics today at email@example.com.
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