2013 Chesapeake Bowl FREE Youth Clinic

Event: Start:
28. Dec. 2013, 13:00
End:
28. Dec. 2013, 14:30
Category:
Sports, Conventions
Organizer:
Venue: Address:
2181 Landstown Road
Virginia Beach
VA
United States

All Campers (Ages 13 & Under) get a FREE Ticket to the Chesapeake Bowl  at 7:30 PM

 

Virgina/Maryland/West Virgina/DC vs. New Jersey/Delaware/Pennsylvania

 

Tickets are $20 at the Door/ $15 Online: Click Here

 

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Category: Chesapeake Bowl

2013 Chespeake Bowl Moves to Virgnia Beach

The Mid Atlantic Football Foundation (MAFF) is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Chesapeake Bowl, now powered by Virginia Beach, is December 28, 2013, at Virginia Beach Sportsplex. The Chesapeake Bowl Powered by Virginia Beach  is in its 4th year and has alumni that include Kevin Hogan(Stanford), Gary Nova (Rutgers), and over 250 college football players. Rivals, Scout and 247 Sports considered the Crab Bowl the top regional all-star game in the country. 

This year are also including an  8th grade all-star game to the Chesapeke Bowl events. Gates will open at 4 pm and tailgating will be available all day.


Chesapeake Bowl Information

Virginia Beach Sporstplex : http://thevirginiabeachsportsplex.com/

Host Hotel

Families that are staying in the Virginia Beach Area are required to stay at the host hotel, The Founders Inn and Spa.

Rates: BEFORE 11/26/13:  $89.00 SINGLE/DOUBLE AFTER 11/26/13:  $99.00 SINGLE/DOUBLE

To Reserve: https://reservations.ihotelier.com/crs/g_reservation.cfm?groupID=1100462&hotelID=73524

Category: Chesapeake Bowl

South falls to North, 38-13, in third annual Chesapeake Bowl

LANDOVER — — As the final seconds ticked off the scoreboard at Marvin F. Wilson Stadium late Saturday afternoon, the high school careers of nine Baltimore-area football players officially came to an end.

Though the local players' South squad suffered a 38-13 loss to the North in the third annual Chesapeake Bowl, the result didn't dampen the collective enthusiasm they had for participating in the East Coast all-star game.

From Baltimore Sun:  http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2012-12-29/sports/bs-va-sp-chesapeake-bowl-1230-20121229_1_chesapeake-bowl-delando-johnson-calvert-hall

Category: Chesapeake Bowl

Chesapeake Bowl Alumni Notes Week 1

Zaire Williams (Timber CreeK-NJ) ran for 33 in 7 Attempts for Temple versus Notre Dame

Ryan Alderman (Malvern Prep-PA) Had 4 Receptions for 65 yds for Temple versus Notre Dame

Tyler Karpinski (Manheim Township-PA) Had 1 Reception for 4 yds for Temple versus Notre Dame

Matt Johnson (Bishop McDevitt-PA) was 11-23-151-1 for Bowling Green versus Tulsa

Ryan Burbrink (DeMatha-MD) 2 Receptions for 24 yds and 68yd Punt Return for TD for Bowling Green versus Tulsa

Gary Nova (Don Bosco-NJ) was 26-41-348-1 and 4 TD Passes for Rutgers versus Fresno State

Jack Tabb (Red Bank Catholic-NJ) 1 Reception for 11 yds for North Carolina versus South Carolina

Albert Reid (Friendship Collegiate-DC) ran for 45 in 9 Attempts for Maryland versus Florida International

Bill Belton (Winslow Township-NJ)  ran for 19 in 6 Attempts for Penn State versus Syracuse

Matt Zanellato (Lake Bradddock-VA)  Had 2 Receptions for 21 Yds for Penn State versus Syracuse

Taquan Mizzell (Bayside-VA) ran for 16 in 7 Attempts for Virginia versus BYU

Darius Jennings (Gilman-MD) Had 7 Receptions for 62 Yds and TD for Virginia versus BYU

Jalen Randolph (Ridley-PA) ran for 87 in 16 Attempts for Delaware versus Jacksonville

 

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