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Texas is widely considered to be the top area of the country for youth football, but that doesn't mean it's the only stronghold in America. Western Pennsylvania is another hotbed for youth football, with Pro Football Hall of Famers such as Joe Namath, Johnny Unitas and Joe Montana having been raised in the region known for its steel mills. This series -- part of the "Friday Night Tykes" franchise -- heads to Beaver County, Pa., where kids are pressured to become superstars on the gridiron. With the once-flourishing area now facing hard times with many of the mills having closed, football is the common thread that continues to connect the towns. The show follows 10 and 11-year-olds as they compete for teams like the Aliquippa Lil Quips - arguably, the most respected team in Beaver County -- and the Monaca Lil Indians, which is the oldest youth football program in the county, as well as the smallest team because it often loses prospects to larger squads.

Latest episodes

aired 1,211 days ago
A champion is crowned in Beaver County; Central Valley takes on Aliquippa; a former president visits.
aired 1,218 days ago
Four teams compete for the championship; Central Valley wants to avenge their only loss; Aliquippa dedicates their season to a fallen coach.
aired 1,223 days ago
The playoffs begin; Sto-Rox holds it together in a critical game; Beaver Falls and Blackhawk match up in the quarter finals; a player makes a triumphant return.
aired 1,232 days ago
The football field provides sanctuary after a tragic crime occurs; Sto-Rox and Black Hawk go head-to-head.
aired 1,239 days ago
Aliquippa visits hallowed ground; a father tries to reconnect with his son; coaches with painful pasts share their stories; Central Valley takes on an undefeated opponent.
aired 1,240 days ago
The Central Valley Warriors seek to bounce back from their first loss in three years; the personal feud between a coach and a parent intensifies Beaver County's biggest rivalry.
aired 1,240 days ago
Another season begins in the Beaver County Youth Football Association, as players and coaches move up to the 12- and 13-year-old Midget Division.
aired 1,243 days ago
A volunteer fireman turned coach struggles to connect with his players; Todd Alexander loses his cool under mounting pressures.

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