A group of young kids is being encouraged to play “dirtbags” and other games in the name of sportsmanship.
The kids, from ages 8 to 12, are part of a group called the Dirtbag Kids, which encourages kids to participate in games.
They’re also part of the Kids Sports Group, which promotes sportsmanship, according to the group’s website.
The Kids Sports Groups have partnered with a local sports group, the San Diego City Football Club, to promote the game and host events.
The group’s president, James Fischke, said the group is trying to bring some positive energy to a community where children have been bullied and sometimes beaten up for sport.
“It’s really nice to see that our community is embracing the sport and bringing it into the community,” Fischk said.
The kids, who are from San Diego and the San Antonio area, are also part-time volunteer coaches for the city’s football team.
The group says the games are meant to help kids who have been unfairly treated.
The games encourage kids to be kind, and they have an opportunity to win and play together, Fischkel said.
“Kids want to play with each other, so they’re just going to play the game as much as they can,” Fichke said.
The sport is called “dirty bag.”
Fischko said the children are encouraged to do anything to be successful, including jumping in the air and throwing trash bags at their opponents.