Confetti falls at Father and Son Bowl; Nolensville event is next


Confetti falls at Father and Son Bowl; Nolensville event is next

PHOTOS BY ANDREW COLLIGNON

father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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A pre-game pep rally // ANDREW COLLIGNON
father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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father and son bowl
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Father and son bowl
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Father and son bowl
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Father and son bowl
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Father and son bowl
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Boys and men from age 5 up spent much of Saturday enjoying their own “big game” weekend, with more than 1,000 showing up for an all-day schedule of 6 on 6 backyard-style flag football games.

It was the 12th Annual Fathers and Sons Bowl, an event designed more to tighten the bonds among families than to develop football talent.

And despite chilly temperatures, the smiles on Lasko Field off south Columbia Avenue in Franklin told the story of the event’s success.

The popularity is unquestioned. The event sells out, so organizers set another Fathers and Sons bowl for Saturday, Feb. 10, at Osburn Park in Nolensville.

In addition to football there are pre-game rallies, food, Skill Zone competitions and a DJ for music.

A portion of the proceeds benefit fatherless children through
Family Foundation Fund and Justice and Mercy International.

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