Presentan COBACH y Fundación Caudillos el “Juego de Estrellas” de la Liga Estudiantil de Futbol Americano Norte

COBACH and Caudillos Foundation present the “All-Star Game” of the North American Football Student League

The High School of the State of Chihuahua (COBACH), together with the Caudillos Foundation, officially presented the first edition of the “All-Star Game of the COBACH North American Football Student League”, to be held on May 13 in the University Olympic Stadium, at 2:00 p.m.

At a press conference held in the COBACH Gymnasium, it was announced that this fair will bring together the best of the 2022 LEFAN season, both from the northern zone and the southern zone. This meeting will serve as a prelude to the duel between Caudillos de Chihuahua and Jefes de Ciudad Juárez, the last game of the regular season of the American Football League (LFA). In addition, this all-star match will be held within the framework of the 50th anniversary of the Colegio de Bachilleres.

For Reyes Humberto De Las Casas Muñoz, General Director of COBACH, this match will be very important for the educational institution: “Sport allows young people to learn about teamwork, discipline, keeps them away from vices and gives them tools for their lives. and future. May everyone continue with this passion for American football and get scholarships by participating in these sporting events,” the manager concluded.

For his part, Jorge Ginther, president of the Caudillos of Chihuahua, expressed the organization's commitment to the students of Chihuahua: “These types of activities encourage them to be better, American football is an analogy with life, which teaches us to get up from falls, to work on objectives and shows that, as a family, we can be better,” concluded the boss of the Chihuahua team.

In addition, Evelyn Holguín, president of the Caudillos Foundation, announced that the meeting will be for a good cause, since the general admission to enjoy this duel of student stars will be a pantry of non-perishable foods individually, which will be delivered to the different homes and community centers in which the Caudillos Foundation helps.

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