Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Friday, October 12, 2012
"This game is like a Super Bowl to me."
Asheville vs. A.C. Reynolds. August 11, 2012. This is your game.
It’s for you.
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Last year Alumni Football USA® Hawaii Games Rocked the Big Island! For the first time in history, former Hawaii high school football players were able to return and play full contact football against their old High School Rivals!
Kealakehe High School raised over $12,000!
Now, it's your turn!
Maui vs. Baldwin
7:00 pm Saturday, Dec 29, 2012
War Memorial Stadium
Hilo vs. Waiakea
7:30 pm Friday, Jan 04, 2013
Konawaena vs. Kealakehe
7:00 pm Saturday, Jan 05, 2013
Honoka'a vs. Kohala
4:00 pm Sunday, Jan 06, 2013
Honoka'a High School
Waimea vs. Kapa'a
7:00 pm Friday, Jan 25, 2013
Check out this article about last year's BIG GAME:
"I get to play with my son, life doesn't get any better than having your best friend with you."
Father and son. Best friends. Ken Tawzer graduated in 1971, but age didn't keep him from jumping at the opportunity to play in a full contact Alumni Football USA game with his 30 year old son, Clay. When asked why Ken wanted to play, he said, "I get to play with my son, life doesn't get any better than having your best friend with you."
Clay works out with his Dad in the gym three times a week. Clay has seen his Dad bench 525 pounds at 60 years old. He is proud to say his Dad is a seven time World Champion Powerlifter. Clay, a professional wrestler, has some bragging rights of his own. According to his Dad, Clay is a four time Powerlifting Champion with a bench of 700 for a double. Powerlifting is not all they have in common, they also paint together for a living. Ken operates Tawzer Painting which has been in business since 1960. This father-son combo have been practicing together for weeks on the football field joining all the guys getting ready for one more game. After the August 18th Alumni Football USA game they share one more common title- a WIN for their Alma Mater. At the end of the 2nd Quarter, St. Joseph was leading 14 to 13, but Righetti was able to end with the victory, after a hard fought game. The Tawzer power team united with fellow Righetti alumni for a 35:14 win against long standing rival St. Joseph. Over $4,000 was raised for school programs.
Meet the Tawzers:
Check out the Game Highlights Here:
Monday, August 6, 2012
What NFL Pro Great James Harrison from the Pittsburgh Steelers was able to give back to his former high school football teammates last Saturday Night was...HIMSELF. Harrison escorted his alumni high school football teammates onto the playing field for one more glory day game put on by Alumni Football USA®.
James could be seen from the sidelines cheering on his teammates and handing them fist pumps, pointers and encouraging accolades. Harrison's body movements showed emotion as guys on the field made that all important tackle or stretched themselves to the limit to make that all-out effort catch. James enthusiasm for his teammates from the sidelines was reciprocated at half-time when his coach presented him with a throw back jersey from his high-school team. The fans were appreciative that James was there to share the moment and his team wished he could be there on the football field playing the game with them. The good news is thanks to Alumni Football USA® there is always a decade from now for James to look forward to.
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