With the addition of Overlea, Randlestown, Middle River, and Pikesville Mid Maryland youth football is now one of the strongest and best youth programs in the state and maybe the east coast. With the backing of Howard County Parks and Recs I only seeing it being a matter of time before itís the only youth football league in the state. With what looks like a deal to add three turf fields to public schools with Parks and Rec controlling them now gives Mid MD a total of 11 turf fields at their disposal. With Linganore, Damascus, Reisterstown, Oakdale, Randallstown, and Catonsville programs already having turf fields (might be missing a couple) that number jumps to 17. This is going to make MD football right at the top in a couple of years I believe. With the ability to play no matter what the weather is and accommodate so many games is huge. Add in the fact you have some many of the best programs in the state now in one league competing against one another on every Saturday. Iím not sure how it will play out but in the A division you could have Overlea, Warhawks, Columbia Ravens, Bowie, South Germantown, Middle River, Randallstown, Elkridge, Ellicott City, and Pikesville. That is going to be some great football to watch on any Saturday. This is going to have a huge impact on High School ball also and I see all the big boys out their hanging around the parks even more now. Being associated with Mid MD for almost 10yrs I canít believe it has come so far. With the backing of Parks and Recs it should continue to be a well-run, organized, and disciplined league. I might be missing one or two teams but here is whoís in Mid Md.
Columbia Ravens, Warhawks, South Germantown, Overlea, Randallstown, Ellicott City, Elkridge, Middle River, Linganore, Damascus, Urbana, Olney, Oakdale, Pikesville, Maplewood, St Francis, Laurel Steelers, HC Terps, CCC, Poolesville, Bowie, Winfield, Clarksburg, TJ, Silver Spring, Arbutus, Hampstead, Catonsville, Reisterstown, Sykesville, North Carroll, and Westminster.