Top Row L-R: Lowell Stanton, CFO at MSLH; Bucky Richardson, founder for the league; Gary Remy, board member and coach; Alex O’Saw, coach; Sean Croft, Director of Rehab Services at MSLH. Middle row L-R: Angela Byrd, athletic trainer at MOST, Vincent C. Phan, M.D.; Kenneth M. Renney, M.D.; Christopher K. Smith, M.D.; Carl A. Hicks, M.D. and Jerry Meins, athletic trainer at MOST.Bottom row L-R: John Paul Richardson, Bryson Stewart, Grant Remy and Talyn O’Saw.
Registration is under way for the second season of Fort Bend GridIron Football, sponsored by Methodist Sugar Land Hospital (MSLH) and Methodist Orthopaedic Specialists of Texas (MOST).
All students between the ages of 7 and 12 and zoned to the Fort Bend or Lamar Consolidated school districts are eligible to play in the Fort Bend GridIron Football League, which was founded by former Texas A&M and Houston Oiler quarterback Bucky Richardson.
“We are excited to kick off our second year in operation with the help and support of Methodist Sugar Land Hospital and Methodist Orthopaedic Specialists of Texas,” Richardson said. “The Methodist organization really believed in our vision for a new community league and our players benefited tremendously from the partnership – from VIP treatment at the Methodist Sugar Land Hospital Emergency Department to the skill and knowledge of the sports medicine experts at MOST.”
Through its sponsorship of Fort Bend GridIron Football, MOST provides the league with a medical advisory team of physicians, athletic trainers and physical therapists that offer information and assistance to players and their families. During the football season, MOST staffs weekly walk-in sports medicine clinics for the league.
To register for the upcoming season, visit www.FortBendGridIronFootball.com. For an appointment with a MOST physician, please call 281-494-MOST (6678) or for more information about Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, visit www.MethodistSugarLand.com.
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