Pee-Wee Football Team has a 'Run In' With a Non-Paper Banner, All in Great Fun (Video)
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ORANGE COUNTY, NY—September 24, 2014—The Wallkill Mighty Mites football team recently had a "run in" with a vinyl banner, reported the New York Daily News.
The team discovered just how strong vinyl can be when they tried to run through it, only to land on top of each other. In fun, the team tried to rip the banner but had no luck. According to Mighty Mites Coach James Cracolici, the banner was made of vinyl and held together by two pieces of Velcro.
"What you can't see is the sign is backwards with the writing facing us on the field," he wrote on YouTube. "Guess it's not made to break that way."
The video has been viewed by over 600,000 viewers.
Click the YouTube below to watch the Wallkill Mighty Mites: