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DDF&C donates to Juvenile Diabetes Research

John O'Neil, Timmy O'Neil, Kenny Dickinson, Bill LeClair


The Duxbury Dragons Football & Cheer Program proudly joined the O’Neil Family in their fight against Type 1 Diabetes by selling custom Duxbury t-shirts.  The program donated $1000 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation  (JDRF) through the sale of these shirts.  Thank you to everyone who contributed! Pictured here are John O’Neil, his son, Timmy, a player on the 7th grade Midget Football Team, Kenny Dickinson, Head Coach of the Pee Wees, and Bill Leclair, president of the Duxbury Dragons Football & Cheer Program.  
Duxbury Dragons Cheer is now at capacity, any future registrants will be placed on a wait list, and you will be contacted if a spot opens up.
Saturday September 10th
Buses leave from CHANDLER School at 11AM
2016 Season Starts September 11th

In 2012 Duxbury Dragon Football & Cheer adopted the CDC HeadsUp Program. This program outlines best practices to follow regarding Practice, Drills, Tackling, Training, Concussion Awareness and much more. You will notice a new tab at the top of our website with lots of great information and links about this program. Our goal is to provide the safest possible environment for all of our athletes.

As part of the DDF&C Policy, all Parents are required to download and read the CDC HeadsUp Parent/Athlete Fact Sheet which is available on our website under the documents tab.

Additionally all 7th and 8th grade athletes are required to have a Baseline Impact Test performed before they are allowed to participate in any competition. This test is available at most pediatric offices and is often covered under insurance. If you need help finding a venue to perform this test just let us know and we can help.

by posted 03/16/2016
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