Friday Night Tykes: Steel Country

May 2017

The City Is On Our Shoulders

3.5 32 x
A champion is crowned in Beaver County when Central Valley takes on Aliquippa. As election day nears, a former President of the United States comes to town.

Kiss The Baby

3.0 23 x
Four teams vie for the championship. Central Valley looks to avenge their only loss when they play a semi-final game against Beaver Falls. Aliquippa dedicates their season to a fallen coach.

As Long As We Win We’re Fine

4.0 9 x
The playoffs begin and Sto-Rox tries to hold it together in a critical game. Beaver Falls and Blackhawk match up in the quarter finals and a star player makes a triumphant return.

Spirit of Murder

4.0 13 x
The football field provides sanctuary after a tragic crime rocks the community. Sto-Rox and Blackhawk go head to head desperate for a victory as the regular season comes to an end.

When the Rubber Meets the Road

3.0 12 x
Aliquippa visits hallowed ground. A father struggles to reconnect with his son. Two coaches with painful pasts share their story. Central Valley takes on an undefeated opponent.
April 2017

I’m Just a Parent What Do I Know?

3.0 4 x
Meet Sto-Rox and their volunteer fireman turned head coach who struggles to connect with his players. Central Valley head coach Todd Alexander loses his cool as the pressures continue to mount.

Stay Away From The Wounded Dog

4.0 5 x
The rivalry of Aliquippa vs. Beaver Falls plays out on and off the field. After suffering their first loss in three seasons, Central Valley looks to get back into the win column.

Grow Up and Be Men

4.0 18 x
A new season of football kicks off in Beaver County. Central Valley starts their quest to win another title; Beaver Falls’ quad is stacked with a talented running back and outspoken father.
March 2017

God, Family, and Community

3.0 8 x
A new season of gridiron action begins in western Pennsylvania as 15 teams square off in the Beaver Country Youth Football League.

Hell of a Game

3.0 11 x
A town that has little left to cheer throws its support behind its youth football team; the Blackhawk Little Cougars face a challenge.
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