Kansas City Chiefs will have high school football event in Topeka

The Kansas City Chiefs are partnering with Nike to bring together eight high school football teams for an event at Yager Stadium in Topeka. Evert Nelson/The Capital-Journal

TOPEKA– 8 senior high school football teams will be a part of a competitors Friday at Washburn’s Yager Stadium, in an occasion organized by the Kansas City Chiefs.

The NFL company is partnering with Nike to place it all on in Topeka. A news release stated it’s called “11-On.” As well as the event, which ranges from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., consists of 7-on-7 games and also setting drills.

” The ’11-On’ campaign is an unique, half-day, team experience that sustains scholastic senior high school football team competition,” the launch mentioned. “It concentrates on developing character and life abilities along with group structures throughout the interesting, fast-paced, competitive occasion.”

The taking part schools consist of Facility, Junction City, Manhattan, Olathe West, Shawnee Heights, Topeka Hayden, Topeka Seafarer as well as Washburn Rural. The event is free to attend and open up to the general public. And among other things, there will be a Lombardi Trophy existing for anyone who intends to take pictures.

The Chiefs will certainly be joined by USA Football, which will be holding a “Strike” occasion. That’s described as a free and also enjoyable event for households that’ll feature youth centers, yard games and also free gifts. It’ll run from noon to 5:30 p.m., and parents and youngsters can sign up to get involved by going to usafootball.tfaforms.net/292386.

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