Fathers vs. sons

A group of Newbury Park residents have a fun flag football game on Thanksgiving morning.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers ONE HANDED – Tim Henderson of Newbury Park makes a one handed catch during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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ONE HANDED – Tim Henderson of Newbury Park makes a one handed catch during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers NICE CATCH– Jack Endler, 9 of Newbury Park catches the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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NICE CATCH– Jack Endler, 9 of Newbury Park catches the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers DON’T GET ME– Paul Klekotka of Newbury Park tries to avoid his flag being during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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DON’T GET ME– Paul Klekotka of Newbury Park tries to avoid his flag being during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers GOT YOU– Kyle Klekotka, 10, of Newbury Park grabs Craig Burritt of Newbury Park flag during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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GOT YOU– Kyle Klekotka, 10, of Newbury Park grabs Craig Burritt of Newbury Park flag during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers GOT YOU– Cayden Leff, 10 of Newbury Park tries to grab Ned Endler’s flag during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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GOT YOU– Cayden Leff, 10 of Newbury Park tries to grab Ned Endler’s flag during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

 

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers CAN’T GET ME– Bob Au of Newbury Park runs the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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CAN’T GET ME– Bob Au of Newbury Park runs the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers FATHERS VS. SONS – Barry Hollander of Newbury Park runs the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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FATHERS VS. SONS – Barry Hollander of Newbury Park runs the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers FATHERS VS. SONS – Adam Leff of Newbury Park runs the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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FATHERS VS. SONS – Adam Leff of Newbury Park runs the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers CAN’T GET ME– Gavin Wildmen, 6 of Newbury Park, runs the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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CAN’T GET ME– Gavin Wildmen, 6 of Newbury Park, runs the ball during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

 

RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers GREAT RUN – Gavin Wildman, 6 of Newbury Park, (right) is congratulated by teammates after running for a touchdown during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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GREAT RUN – Gavin Wildman, 6 of Newbury Park, (right) is congratulated by teammates after running for a touchdown during a Thanksgiving morning neighborhood fathers vs. sons flag football game at Dos Vientos Community Park on Thursday, November 28.

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