Didn’t get an opportunity to write on Saturday because of our cell phone coverage issues at San Mateo County Memorial Park.
The day at Stanford was tremendous. We can’t say enough about how well the Kofa football program was treated upon arrival. From the coaching staff and support staff, to the parents of other teams competing, we were greeted warmly by everyone. Matt Doyle, who coordinated the tourney, even made special mention of the Kings during the morning coaches/officials meeting.
Despite finishing with a 1-4 record, the coaches are pleased with the way the kids improved throughout the tourney. The kids stepped up when challenged to improve their intensity. Lot of positives came out of the competition as we head back to workouts on Tuesday.
After the tournament we packed up and headed to Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco where we spent time checking out the sights and sounds of one of the most scenic cities in the United States.
We arrived back at our campsites, ask the kids about that drive when you get a chance, the kids were pretty much exhausted and all hit their tents for sleep.
Sunday we headed south again, and arrived at Morro Strand Beach Campgound around 3:30 p.m. To say it was windy, would be an understatement. Fortunately it is now dying down and the kids have been able to spend time on the beach.
Coach Klakulak has been doing a great job of preparing meals for the kids. Bean and cheese burritos with nachos for dinner and we will wake up on Monday morning to breakfast burritos. Good stuff…
We plan on departing for Yuma on Monday morning no later than 9 a.m.
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