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To all owners and representatives of the SJVFL. As of today I am stepping down as Commissioner of the SJVFL. I have tried hard to keep my vision of a great league together as long as I could. With the direction of some teams in the league I feel this would be the time to call it. I feel with our first time All-Star game with the PCFL and our champions playing their champion, we as a league have accomplished a lot. But I also feel that I failed in a way to promote our league a...nd get more cooperation from everyone involved. From where we came from i feel this league has proven to be a great league and maybe if someone can come forward and keep my vision going we can still have great fun for our players and fans. As you all know i have been doing Semi-Pro for a about 16 years as team owner and founder of the SJVFL and it is time for me to move on and spend more time with family. This is an all year round job and we need fresh blood to keep it going. I have made many friends doing this and I love you all. Good luck and please keep in touch. If you have any questions for me feel free to call me at any time.
SE DRAGONS SJVFL2015 CHAMPIONS
SE Dragons vs Clovis Titans
NORTH BAY RATTLERS WIN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAMPIONSHIP
The Northern California AAA Championship between the Pacific Coast Football League's North Bay Rattlers, Ranked #1 in our Spring polls, and the San Joquain Valley League's Champion South East Dragons was held this past weekend and saw the North Bay Rattlers finish the season undefeated by beating the Dragons 34-20 in a outstanding game between the two champions
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OF SJVFL 2015 CARNIVAL
03/21 Hurricanes - Dragons Click on above Picture for Gallery
04/11 Titans-Renegades Click on above Picture for Gallery
4/18 Raiders vs. Renagades Click on Photo above for gallery
4/18 Dragons vs. Falcons click on picture above for gallery
SJVFL 2014 Champion
LINK TO PHOTOS PCFL VS SJVFL
Fighting and Profanity: The San Joaquin Valley Football League is a ZERO TOLERANCE League. We do not tolerate violence or threats of violence of any kind. Any violence or threats of violence be it verbal or physical will result in your immediate dismissal and permanent ban from the San Joaquin Valley Football League. There are absolutely NO APPEALS on bans regarding violence.
Loyalty is faithfulness or a devotion to a person, country, group, or cause
Integrity is a concept ofconsistency of actions, values, methods, measures, principles, expectations, and outcomes. In ethics, integrity is regarded as the honesty and truthfulness or accuracy of one's actions.
The 2015 season is approaching. Any head coach, coaches, players, dance team members interested in joining any of our Teams or SJVFL Organization contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
SJVFL MISSION STATEMENT
The San Joaquin Valley Football League embraces the mission of an inclusive community that is engaging and supportive of the teams in their towns. Capturing the attention of athletes and providing them with the integrity, strong work ethic, education and professionalism needed in society to be successful. This opportunity provides a safe environment of young adults searching for a unique form of self-development, enriching their minds, physical wellness and spiritual awareness. The San Joaquin Valley Football League teams are expected to meet certain rules and guidelines in order to maintain a required level of professionalism.
The San Joaquin Valley Football League is a league committed to a code of conduct that emphasizes quality and strong leadership, good sportsmanship and commitment to loyalty.
Our success will be reflected in the self-esteem and developmental growth of each of our team members, coaches and their staff.
The San Joaquin Valley Football League objective is to aide each athlete, coach, owner and staff member in their social, spiritual, educational and developmental programs exhorting them to maximize their potential. Recruiting athletes who are motivated and disciplined enough to build a solid foundation for themselves, as well as making a firm commitment to their community, family and fans. Being MEN of their WORD. With dedicated football players and committed coaches willing to make sacrifices for the ultimate.... we can all be PROUD.
As Commissioner of the San Joaquin Valley Football League I would like to invite all our fans to come out with your family and friends to our games. We have over 500 players in the league and they would like to see you out there rooting them on. If you like football you won't want to miss the fun and entertainment of a great football game. We have teams as far north as Stockton and as far south as Bakersfield and over to the coast by Cambria and six other teams in Fresno, Sanger, Visalia, Modesto, Dinuba and Clovis so you will find a game somewhere close by your home. The schedule is posted at the bottom of this page for your convenience. We will be excited to welcome you into our stadium homes.
Have a great time at the games,
I am proud and honored to announce that I have been inducted into the Minor League Football Hall of Fame. I would like to thank all my players and coaches over the years that have been by my side. I could not have done any of this without the love of the game that you have shown me.
Mark Fugate ( Owner/Commissioner) 10 years as Team Owner/Head Coach with the Clovis Wolves in the WCFA/CVFL. Wolves won the Championship of the Central Valley Football League in 2007. As owner Coach Mark received Owner of the Year award in 2007. 2010 received Man of the Year for the CVFL. Retired from coaching after the 2010 season to serve as Commissioner/Founder of the San Joaquin Valley Football League established in 2011. Since 2007 Mark has taken his team the Clovis Wolves to Valley Children's and has continued the tradition with the SJVFL. Nominated by: Dick Suess (Class of 2004).
Getting our name out there. Bullard baseball outfield wall with my grandson Brandon
Joey Palacio passed away suddenly from a previously unknown medical condition. Joey had a smile that lit up a room. His contagious laugh and quirky sense of humor left everyone laughing. Joey loved life and never took any of it for granted. He is survived by the love of his life, Sarini Rou; their dog, Baby Leo; his mother and step-father, Cynthia and Scott Woods; father and step-mom, Joe and Rosie Palacio; brother, Anthony and his girlfriend Angela; sister, Alix and her fiancee D.J.; niece Aubrianna; nephew Ares; uncles, Henry and Mark Mendez; aunts, Gina, Stephanie Mendez and Martha Groth; his grandparents; and many cousins. A Funeral Service will be held at Sonrise Church, 3105 N. Locan Ave., Clovis, CA on Saturday, July 23, 2016, at 10:45 a.m