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The end run works well for the yellow team throughout the game.
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Huddling up deep in their own territory, the team of 8, 9 and 10-year-old all-stars has a long way to go to the end zone.
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On the sidelines, the markers indicate second down and failed pass play.
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The cheerleaders have the unusual task of having to root for both sides in the game.
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A defensive all-star gets some between-plays instruction from a coach on the sidelines.
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At halftime, the teams huddle up for last-minute instructions and some spirit building.
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Getting ready to go in on the next play.

The Whitepoint Wolverines Youth Football League held its all-star game at Leavitts Field in Flushing, offering neighborhood youngsters a chance to show off their skills on the football field, and giving members of the community the chance to cheer them on.

Updated 3:30 pm, November 17, 2016
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