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Cedar Valley Charge kicking off inaugural season Saturday

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Minor league football will be kicking off this weekend when the Cedar Valley Charge takes the field at George Washington Carver.

The team will play their inaugural game at 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon at George Washington Carver Academy, located at 1505 Logan Avenue.

The Charge will take on the Quad City Wolfpack, a team based out of Rock Island, Illinois.

The team, which is led offensively by Cedar Falls and University of Northern Iowa alum Terrance Freeney, is made up primarily of players from the Cedar Valley. The co-defensive coordinators are Tim Cummings and Regis Baskerville.

For a full roster, tickets and other information, visit http://www.cedarvalleycharge.com.

Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the gate.

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