Mom's Corner Archive

Mom feeds the team and the fans

Jan Moore is vice president of the Clay Booster Club and helps head concessions for the Blue Devils.

Team Mom Natalee Leggett has been part of the Episcopal family since college-aged daughter was in 7th grade. Now, she has a son on the team. She calls Episcopal a "wonderful way" to raise her kids.

Mom loves her Episcopal family

Team Mom Natalee Leggett has been part of the Episcopal family since her college-aged daughter was in 7th grade. Now, she has a son who plays on the team. She calls Episcopal a "wonderful way" to raise her kids.

In our Mom's Corner this week is Angelica Henson. She is mother to a sophomore player at Westside. Tonight she was a member of the chain gang and says she wants to help anyway she can.

MMA mom takes to the chains

Angelica Henson is mother to a sophomore player at Westside High. Friday night she was drafted into the chain gang and said she wants to help any way she can.

Michelle Vining is our Mom of the Night, she runs the hydration for her Harvest Community and is the owner of Jacksonville Beach's Cinotti's Bakery.

Mom hydrates team even in rain

Michelle Vining runs the hydration for her Harvest Community team and is the owner of Jacksonville Beach's Cinotti's Bakery.

This Commander mom helps feed the band and the cheerleaders. She also helps send them to the Florida Classic.

Commanding the grill

This Commander mom helps feed the band and the cheerleaders. She also helps send them to the Florida Classic.

This Paxon mom has been on the squad for four years - cheering and serving concessions.

Paxon's 'Mom Squad'

This Paxon mom has been on the squad for four years -- cheering and serving concessions.

Football Friday

Mom shares her corner with dad

Sabrina Allen and her husband cheer loudly for their son, Palatka fullback Jatwan Honor.

Hear how one St. Augustine mom moved into a different school zone just so her son could be a Yellow Jacket.

Mom moves to be a Yellow Jacket

Hear how one St. Augustine mom moved into a different school zone just so her son could be a Yellow Jacket.

Football Friday

Sticking with the team

Denise Beebe's son played Fleming Island football, and even though he graduated last year, she still runs the concession stand, as she's done for years.

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