Information for the 2017 Season is available on our Parents Page

Picture of the Week

This week's picture of the week is by Mamarazzi Stephanie Marshall

EPYFL JV Panthers #20 Brady Hager makes a dramatic catch in the end zone to seal the extra point in a rout of 48-0 against the Berkeley Springs Wolves.

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Dine With Us


EPYFL Concession Menu

Chicken Tenders 3 for $3.00 w/ fries $5.00
Large French Fries $3.00
Cheese Sticks 4 for $3.00
Hamburger $2.00 w/fries $4.00
Doubleburger $3.00 w/fries $5.00
Cheeseburger $3.00 w/fries $5.00
Double Cheeseburger $4.00 w/fries $6.00
Hot Dog $2.00 w/fries $4.00
Hot Dog w/chili $3.00 w/fries $5.00
Pork BBQ $3.00 w/fries $5.00
Nachos w/cheese $2.00
Nachos w/cheese and chili $3.00
32 oz Fountain Drink $3.00
20 oz Fountain Drink $2.00
12 oz Fountain Drink $1.00
Coffee $1.00
Hot Chocolate $1.00

Cash Only Please. No Credit or Debit Cards.

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Banner orders are now open. Space is limited so don't delay. Download an order form.

Initial Cost: $200 which includes the cost of the banner/sign
Renewal Cost: $100 which will be automatically billed to you!

USA Football's statement on the Sports & Fitness Industry Association's Topline Participation Report released:

We're encouraged by the CORE ages 6 to 17 youth participation numbers in both tackle and flag football released today in the Sports & Fitness Industry Association’s (SFIA) Topline Participation Report. Youth tackle football has remained stable over a one-and-three-year average, with a marginal increase in 2016 by 0.1 percent. Flag football data signals another year of positive growth up 9.8 percent from 2015.

The latest participation numbers further highlight the important work across the youth and high school football community. The youth game is taught and played differently today than it was a few short years ago, with an increased emphasis on physical literacy and coaching education though medically endorsed programs, such as Heads Up Football. Implementing important standards rooted in education is having a positive influence on the sport’s maturation. By working together, we are taking vital steps in advancing and growing the sport.

Scott Hallenbeck
USA Football CEO & Executive Director

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We Love Pictures!

Send us your pictures and we'll include in our media page and possibly it will be published in the Journal-News.

All pictures must be approved by league commissioner prior to publishing.

What to expect at Poor House Park on Game Day

Visiting teams will warm up on the grass by the pond. At game time they will come thru the main gate and enter the field thru the gate by the storage sheds.

Home teams will warm up in the grass outside the gates on the scoreboard end, They will enter the field thru the gate at that end.

Please do not park in the handicapped spaces without proper tags.

All fans will enter thru the main gate. Admission is $3 per adult and $2 per child. Exact change is greatly appreciated. You will need a hand stamp to leave and re-enter.

Water and Gatorade will be sold out of the ticket booth for quick sales to get you back to the game.

Please follow all the rules posted.

No dogs are allowed in the facility.

Smoking is permitted outside the facility 50 feet away from either side of the main gate.

No standing in front of the bleachers/fence behind the player benches. This whole area is reserved for our cheerleaders.

We appreciate all positive remarks and cheering. Our facility provides a safe haven for children to experience the game of football.