Mason Dixon Football League
The Mason Dixon Football League would like to thank you for coming out and supporting your local team. We feel you will find our league has much to offer. We have been in continuous operation since 1978 with many of our teams remaining as members with us throughout our existence. We take pride in establishing a group of teams that not only boast a great deal of talent, but also a great deal of class. This team, along with the other 12 teams in our league, is made up of young men who are not getting paid to play. The MDFL offers players the opportunity to continue their football career whether it is college or professional, by providing game film to promote their talents.
In addition to players, we have current officers within our league that are members of the MDFL Hall of Fame. We have teams that have held the AFA National Championship and players within our league that have received recognition by being named AFA All-Americans several years in a row. We also have players, coaches and administrators that have been inducted into the AFA Hall of Fame. The MDFL has participated in many tournaments. The EFA tournament was played in 2003 in which one of our teams advanced to the semi-finals.
The MDFL is very proud of the many accomplishments held by all of the teams and their players in addition to the officers of the league that have received many awards.
Please visit our website www.mdfootball.webs.com. Our website is available for information on games, other teams, officers, MDFL standings or if you need to contact us. Again, we would like to welcome you to our event.
L.G. Parrish, President
Mason Dixon Football League History
Welcome to the Mason-Dixon Football League website for 2009. The League has been in continuous operation since 1978 and was reclassified from Class AA to Class AAA in 1988. Games are played under modified NFL rules using officials who have received special training in those rules by NFL officials. The Mason Dixon Football league is made of teams from New Jersey,Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia,North Carolina.
Meet the League officials or the MDFL
in Lynchburg, Virginia as a soil scientist and environmental technician.”Randal Doss began his involvement with the MDFL and minor league football as a position coach and defensive coordinator for the MDFLs'Central Virginia Storm (now known as the Gretna Storm). From 1996 until the close of the 2003 season, he was fortunate to coach under two MDFLHall of famers in Billy Guthrie and LG Parrish. He coached many MDFL All Star defenders during his tenure including several players who went on to receive national recognition (most notably, multi-time All-American and MDFL Hall of Fame defensive tackle Barry Hurt).Doss returned to the MDFL briefly in 2007, serving as the league’s Southern Conference Vice President. After stepping away from football for the 2008 season, he is excited to return to that same office to renew his involvement with the MDFL teams and players.