Our Organization
Posted May 9, 2017

The Tomball Patriots and Liberty Belles organization is South Tomball's premier youth football and drill team organization and is one of ten teams within the All American Youth Football & Drill Team (AAYFDT) league. Our membership is drawn from children zoned to attend Northpointe and Oakcrest Intermediate, Canyon Pointe, Willow Creek, Lakewood, and Wildwood Elementary Schools along with our new zoned Klein school Khorville Elementary.

The Patriots and Liberty Belles believe in teamwork, hard work, and discipline in order to build our young men and women into mentally and physically strong competitors to succeed not only in sports but in life. Learning to be dependable and to depend on others to do their duty is what creates successful teams and citizens.

 

Our mission is to promote participation, physical fitness, good citizenship, discipline, teamwork, and personal responsibility


 

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