Peninsula Youth Football equipment manager Greg Moreno, right, and Riddell sales representative Nolan Kuzmick register helmets online in Gig Harbor last Friday. The new helmets track where and how hard they are impacted during a football game and will alert coaches if the kids are at risk of injury or demonstrating poor tackling technique.
Peninsula Youth Football equipment manager Greg Moreno, right, and Riddell sales representative Nolan Kuzmick register helmets online in Gig Harbor last Friday. The new helmets track where and how hard they are impacted during a football game and will alert coaches if the kids are at risk of injury or demonstrating poor tackling technique. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Peninsula Youth Football equipment manager Greg Moreno, right, and Riddell sales representative Nolan Kuzmick register helmets online in Gig Harbor last Friday. The new helmets track where and how hard they are impacted during a football game and will alert coaches if the kids are at risk of injury or demonstrating poor tackling technique. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

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