Congratulations 2019 AAASP/GHSA State Wheelchair Football Champions!

 

HURRICANES AND SHARKS TAKE OVER THE ‘SHIP! 

Congratulations to the Houston County Sharks (Varsity Division) and the Henry Hurricanes (JV Division) — the 2019 AAASP/GHSA State Wheelchair Football Champions!
The AAASP/GHSA State Wheelchair Football Championships took place Saturday, May 4; special thank you to Veterans High School and Houston County High Schools for hosting our events, and to all the volunteers and supporters that came out to watch!

 

VARSITY

Game 1 – 10:00 am
Clayton Eagles v Houston Sharks

Game 2 – 12:00 pm
West GA Wolverines v Gwinnett Heat

Game 3 – 2:00 pm
Houston Sharks v Gwinnett Heat

JV

Game 1 – 10:30 am
Henry Hurricanes v Houston Jr. Sharks

Game 2 – 12:30 pm
Muscogee Lions v DeKalb Silver Streaks

Game 3 – 2:30 pm
Henry Hurricanes v DeKalb Silver Streaks

AAASP/GHSA State Wheelchair Football Championships 2019


AAASP/GHSA State Wheelchair Football Championships
Saturday, May 4, 2019 – THE MATCHUPS!

VARSITY DIVISION:
Veterans High School
340 Piney Grove Road
Kathleen, GA 31047

Game 1 – 10:00 am
Clayton Eagles v Houston Sharks

Game 2 – 12:00 pm
West GA Wolverines v Gwinnett Heat

Game 3 – 2:00 pm
Winner of Game #1 v Winner of Game #2

JUNIOR VARSITY DIVISION:
Houston County High School
920 GA Highway 96
Warner Robins, GA 31088

Game 1 – 10:30 am
Henry Hurricanes v Houston Jr. Sharks

Game 2 – 12:30 pm
Muscogee Lions v DeKalb Silver Streaks

Game 3 – 2:30 pm
Winner of Game #1 v Winner of Game #2

Exercise and Fitness for All Act

SENATORS INTRODUCE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL TO REQUIRE ACCESS TO FITNESS FACILITIES TO PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.

Senators Tammy Duckworth, Bob Casey and Richard Blumenthal introduced the Exercise and Fitness for All Act on April 30, 2019. The Act authorizes the U.S. Access Board, a Federal agency that promotes accessibility, to issue guidelines specifying the number and types of accessible exercise equipment required in a fitness facility and requires the Department of Justice to issue regulations consistent with the Access Board guidelines.

Numerous studies demonstrate that persons with a disability suffer many medical conditions such as obesity, diabetes and circulatory problems that could be prevented or alleviated by exercise. For many persons with a disability the only way they can get exercise is by using an exercise machine. Unfortunately, fitness centers rarely provide exercise machines that are usable by persons with a disability.

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