The building and guiding of our youth is a very important job and a child's first time experience or even a high level skill child should be something that makes them want to play more, that's why our league is known as the "FUN LEAGUE". Our Coaches know how to train kids to play football but they also know how to have fun.
DIRECTOR OF COACHES AFFAIRS
Coach Harris is a Kansas City, KS native that has played arena football as well as been a staple in the Kansas City men's semi pro scene for 13 seasons playing with the Jazz, Marshals, Minutemen and Panthers. He has coached high school in Kansas City Kansas . Overall he has coached football for 14 years and has played in the semi pro league for 15 years, present coach at 4 years at turner high school under head coach Rick Byers
Hello, my name is Chris Hullaby and I'm the Director of Education and Media control as well as a Mental Performance Coach. I encourage student-athletes to get the most out of their education by making them aware of the unique opportunities they have as student-athletes. I do this by teaching them how to apply psychological skills (concentration, composure, mindfulness, etc) to their life. With these teachings, especially in mindfulness, athletes will also learn how to better manage their social media pages by following the motto: Think before you press send!
Ultimately, by working with me, student-athletes will develop a healthy/ productive school, sport, and life balance!
Coaches Code Of Conduct:
To ensure the atmosphere of the OP FFL is based on the principles of fair play and sportsmanship and in the best interests of the league, As a coach in the OP FFL you are required to inform you players and their families/supporters of the following rules of conduct which will be enforced during the season.
The rules governing this league state that both teams will honor and respect all calls made by the officials.
Once issues of disagreement have been settled and play resumes, the situation is finished and should not be revisited.
OP FFL staff reserve the right to interrupt any game which they deem is not within the grounds of fair play or sportsmanship.
Physical/verbal abuse toward a referee, another player, spectator, coach or staff member will result disciplinary action from the league and could result in possible suspension.
Crowd support and encouragement during the games is welcomed, however inappropriate, rude or confrontational behavior is not accepted.