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Welcome to NHYFSC Website
Welcome to the website of the NHYFSC. The New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference provides over 4000 boys and girls the opportunity to participate in youth football and cheerleading.
 
The purpose of this site is to provide parents, players / cheerleaders, and the general public with up to date conference news, information, schedules, game results, directions and much much more.

Check back often for the latest information.
 
To insure proper information is exchanged during any communication, the NHYFSC requires inquiries are identified by name and association affiliation.
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Judges Training
09/20/2018
NHYFSC will be holding a live judges training on Saturday October...
Powder Puff Flag Football Tournament
09/19/2018
NHYFSC 8th Grade All Star Head Coach selected
09/10/2018
On Monday, September 10th the NHYFSC convened a meeting with the...
NH Div 14 Elite Blue & Red Head Coach selected
08/29/2018
NHYFSC is proud to introduce the head coaches of the NH Elite teams. Red...
Heat & Humidity Precautions
08/06/2018
HEAT & HUMIDITY CONDITIONS The NHYFSC advises all associations...
Football FAQ section added to Hey Coach page
04/25/2018
Each season we receive questions from the coaches specific to football...
American Youth Football Signs 5-year deal
04/17/2018
AMERICAN YOUTH FOOTBALL SIGNS FIVE-YEAR DEAL WITH KISSIMMEE...
Welcome Winnacunnet Little Warrior Cheer
04/02/2018
The NHYFSC is pleased to announce the Winnacunnet Little Warriors...
AYF & Experience Kissimmee Sign 5-year Agreement
03/23/2018
The Kissimmee Sports Commission and American Youth Football,...
Seacoast Titans Rejoin the NHYFSC
02/24/2018
The NHYFSC is pleased to announce that the Seacoast Titans Football...
Academic Award Reception Held
02/19/2018
CONGRATULATIONS!   The NHYFSC held their 13th Annual Academic...
Welcome to the 2018 Season!!!!
01/28/2018
The conference consists of 25 association’s state wide....
Manchester East Cobras 10U National Champions
12/13/2017
Manchester East Cobras take National 10U Football Title with thrilling...
Concussion Safety Awareness and Fact Sheet
07/27/2017
The NHYFSC takes Concussions very seriously. Through constant training...
AYF/AYC Scholarship Recipients from NH
05/24/2017
The NHYFSC is proud to announce the recipients of AYF/AYC National...
Coach's Page
07/04/2014
Hey Coaches, we have built a page specifically for you. There...

01/01/2009
NHYFSC is affiliated with American Youth Football and Cheer
Check us out on Facebook
01/01/2009
Click here to go to the NHYFSC Facebook Fan page
 
Judges Training

NHYFSC will be holding a live judges training on Saturday October 6th at Hood Middle School, 5 Hood Rd, Derry NH from 8 AM - 4:30 PM

We are looking for div 10 and higher teams wanting to come and do some or part of their routine for the judges.

Score sheets will be given, score check will be done, and questions can be asked directly to the judges.

Depending on the number of teams that want to attend will determine the length of time you have with the judges.

We need at least one blue team in the morning and one after 1 PM.

We will have access to one gym with 9 mats. I'm thinking 15-30 minutes, which will include your warm up on the mats.

If your team is interested, please reply by Tuesday 9/18/18 9 PM. With which division wants to attend, and a 2 hour time frame they would be available. 8-10, 10-12, 12:30-2:30, 2:30-4:30.

first team in needs to set up the mats and will be given more time, last team out needs to put the mats away and will be given more time. set up as early as 7:30, we need to be out of the school at 5:30

Thank you

Tammy


by posted 09/20/2018
Powder Puff Flag Football Tournament

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by posted 09/19/2018
NHYFSC 8th Grade All Star Head Coach selected

On Monday, September 10th the NHYFSC convened a meeting with the coaches nominated for the position of Head Coach of the 2018 NHYFSC 14U/8th Grade Conference All-Star team. At this meeting the expectations of the position were reviewed.

We are proud to announce Jay Travis of the Pelham Razorbacks was selected as the Head Coach of the team.

In the upcoming weeks Jay will reach out to coaches within the NHYFSC membership to fill the assistant coach positions.

The final step of the process is the selection of the players. This process will take place in October. We will forward the information to the association presidents and post on this website when the details are finalized. We will also send out an email blast to the athletes.

Once all players are identified the NHYFSC will coordinate a parents meeting in October to review the requirements and process of the team.

Congratulation to Jay!

NHYFSC Conference Board


by posted 09/10/2018
NH Div 14 Elite Blue & Red Head Coach selected

NHYFSC is proud to introduce the head coaches of the NH Elite teams.

Red Elite - Stephanie Karg of the Hudson-Litchfield Bears

Blue Elite - Cheyenne LeBlanc of the Bedford Bulldogs

Both teams will have a fantastic support staff of coaches assisting them this year.

We look forward to another exciting season with the Elite teams.

Congratulations to Cheyenne and Stephanie for their dedication to the teams.

NHYFSC Conference Board

 


by posted 08/29/2018
Heat & Humidity Precautions

HEAT & HUMIDITY CONDITIONS

The NHYFSC advises all associations and parents to take heat and humidity matters into consideration before and at all practices. Associations should be advising all participants on the importance of hydrating before practices and to insure participants are bringing ample amounts of water to practice.

Dehydration and heat exhaustion can cause serious medical issues or death.  Proper planning will minimize discomfort and avoid serious medical issues.

Click to link to Guide to Preventing Heat Stroke Death in Youth Tackle Football

Download the Heat Exhaustion form Signs, Symptoms and Preventive Tips.

 

EASTERN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS

The NHYFSC advises all associations of potential medical hazards from mosquitoes.  All parents should take responsibility to avoid mosquitoes by using mosquitoes repellant on their child prior to practice beginning.

Click here for EEE Fact Sheet put out by the City of Manchester.

For additional information go to http://www.cdc.gov/EasternEquineEncephalitis/

NHYFSC

State Board


by Master Admin posted 08/06/2018
Football FAQ section added to Hey Coach page

Each season we receive questions from the coaches specific to football rules. We have added a new section in the Hey Coach page for all coaches to see. we labeled it Football FAQ's in hopes that it helps the coach find some information they need.

Feel free to contact if you have any other areas you would like to see.

To get to the Football FAQ section click on the Hey Coach link in the left column and scroll the page.

 

 


by Master Admin posted 04/25/2018
American Youth Football Signs 5-year deal

AMERICAN YOUTH FOOTBALL SIGNS FIVE-YEAR DEAL WITH KISSIMMEE SPORTS


In 2016, the Board of County Commissioners of Osceola County approved funding to complete the renovation of Austin Tindall Sports Complex.  After eleven months of design, the facility held their ceremonial ground breaking on November 16, 2017.  Austin Tindall Sports Complex is expected to be completed by July 2018 now that constructions is in full swing.  Above is the concept of what the new facility will look like once it is completed with details of the expansion listed below.  Feel free to check back frequently for updated photos of the renovation.

Austin Tindall Sports Complex coming amenities:

  1.   Five (5) new fields built with Bermuda Tif 419 grass.
  2.   All fields will have LED lights.
  3.   A concession and restroom building on the east side.
  4.   A stadium with a seating capacity of 1,500 that can grow to 3,000 when portable bleachers are added.
  5.   An LED multi-use scoreboard at the stadium.
  6.   New west side entrance.
  7.   Facility road will now encompass the fields.
  8.   Additional parking located on the south end of the complex.
  9.   Ice plant for event purposes.
  10.   Two (2) marque signs along Boggy Creek Road.
  11.   Increased power hookups on the west side.

http://austintindallpark.com/expansion/


Kissimmee, Fla. (March 20, 2018) – The Kissimmee Sports Commission and American Youth Football, Inc. have signed a five-year partnership agreement for the annual American Youth Football & Cheer Championships to continue being hosted in Osceola County through 2022. This event generates nearly $8 million in direct economic impact annually and brings 19,500 overnight visitors to the area each year.
American Youth Football, Inc. is an independent non-profit corporation that provides support services, grants, giving back programs, and tournament opportunities to over 25,000 youth football and cheer teams from all 50 states and internationally. The American Youth Football & Cheer National Championships has been hosted in Kissimmee since 2007.

“The AYF Championships is the culmination of our youth development program, which focuses on training, motivation, academics, and community involvement,” said Joe Galat, President and CEO of American Youth Football. “This is the world’s largest youth football event and an incredible accomplishment and opportunity for these kids. We’re
excited to keep bringing our teams and event to Kissimmee.”

The AYF cheerleading championships will continue to be hosted at Osceola Heritage Park, while the football championships will remain at the Austin Tindall Sports Complex, an outdoor sporting venue currently undergoing $10.7 million in renovations and expansion. This massive improvement project, funded by Osceola County, will benefit the American Youth Football Championships as the event and the AYF corporation continue to grow.

“We’re excited to continue our partnership with AYF for another five years,” said Jeff Kuenzli, Facility Director at Austin Tindall Sports Complex. “Our expanding footprint and ability to change our facility to meet our client’s needs makes Austin Tindall Sports Complex a perfect fit for this caliber of event.”

These facility accommodations, as well the overnight accommodations available in the destination played a substantial role in securing the extended partnership agreement.

“AYF brings a wide range of guests to the area each year, and Kissimmee is able to provide an equally diverse range of accommodations to fit every visitor’s preference,” said John Poole, Director of Kissimmee Sports Commission. “With over 50,000 accommodation options, plus the nearby theme parks and attractions, it’s an ideal destination for AYF participants and their families to enjoy the entire sports travel experience.”

The American Youth Football & Cheer Championships is a weeklong event scheduled in mid-December from 2018 through 2022. Official dates to be released


by posted 04/17/2018
Welcome Winnacunnet Little Warrior Cheer

The NHYFSC is pleased to announce the Winnacunnet Little Warriors Cheer have the conference.

At the March association meeting representatives from the Winnacunnet Little Warrior Cheer, appeared before the membership seeking acceptance into the NHYFSC Conference as a member in the 2018 season. They were enthusiastically and unanimously voted in the conference as our 27th member association. 

Let’s all welcome Winnacunnet Little Warrior Cheer to a fantastic 2018 season!!

NHYFSC Conference Board

 


by posted 04/02/2018
AYF & Experience Kissimmee Sign 5-year Agreement

The Kissimmee Sports Commission and American Youth Football, Inc. have signed a five-year partnership agreement for the annual American Youth Football & Cheer Championships to continue being hosted in Osceola County through 2022. This event generates nearly $8 million in direct economic impact annually and brings 19,500 overnight visitors to the area each year.
American Youth Football, Inc. is an independent non-profit corporation that provides support services, grants, giving back programs, and tournament opportunities to over 25,000 youth football and cheer teams from all 50 states and internationally. The American Youth Football & Cheer National Championships has been hosted in Kissimmee since 2007

Click here to read more information.

 


by posted 03/23/2018
Seacoast Titans Rejoin the NHYFSC

The NHYFSC is pleased to announce that the Seacoast Titans Football & Cheer have rejoined the conference.

At the February association meeting representatives from the Seacoast Titans Football & Cheer, formerly affiliated with pop warner, appeared before the membership seeking acceptance into the NHYFSC Conference as a member in the 2018 season. They were enthusiastically approved to rejoin the conference as our 26th member association. The Seacoast Titans will have teams for both cheer and football.

Let’s all welcome the Seacoast Titans Football & Cheer to a fantastic 2018 season.

NHYFSC Conference Board


by posted 02/24/2018
Academic Award Reception Held

CONGRATULATIONS!

 

The NHYFSC held their 13th Annual Academic Achievement Award Reception Sunday, February 18th at the Armory at the Center of NH, Radisson in Manchester.

The conference recognized 603 children at the Gold, Silver and Bronze levels of achievement. The participants also demonstrated outstanding involvement with community service, volunteerism, or clubs and organizations. Each recipient receives a Certificate of Achievement in 3 categories of Bronze, Silver and Gold that acknowledged the participants success in the classroom.

Scholarships totaling $24,000 was awarded to 27 exceptional students.

The NHYFSC congratulates all the recipients for their tremendous accomplishments.

Click here to check out the pictures of some of the amazing individuals that attended the reception.

 

Congratulations

NHYFSC Academic Committee & Conference Board


by posted 02/19/2018
Welcome to the 2018 Season!!!!

The conference consists of 25 association’s state wide. To learn more about our members or becoming involved with football and cheer visit our Members page.

The NHYFSC in affiliation with American Youth Football & Cheer offers a quality experience that consists of:

  • Football and cheer levels that provide interaction with appropriate age levels.
  • Minimum Play participation requirement for all participants
  • 8 game football season with opportunities for region and national advancement.
  • Academic Achievement awards that has provided over $150,000 in scholarships since its inception in 2005.
  • Cheer competition that provides opportunities for region and national advancement.
  • 3 Fun cheer competitions coordinated by member associations.
  • In-State All Star games at the end of the season
  • Grade 8 All-star team that compete at the AYF National Championship
  • Elite Cheer teams that compete.at the AYC National Championship
  • Opportunity for 14 year old football and cheer participants from all the members to participate in the AYFC All Star Game

For additional information contact us at

If your town is interested in becoming a member of the New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference, please contact us at or commissioner@nhyfsc.org 


by posted 01/28/2018
Manchester East Cobras 10U National Champions

MEC Champions return home

Manchester East Cobras take National 10U Football Title with thrilling win over Texas

Members of the Manchester East Cobras celebrate after winning a national championship in Florida. (COURTESY)

When the Manchester East Cobras won the American Youth Football 10U Division II state championship earlier this season, coach Matt McDonald emphasized the team had not accomplished anything yet.

He delivered the same message after the Cobras defeated Hartford, Conn., 37-6, to win the regional title and qualify for the AYF’s eight-team national tournament.

When McDonald spoke to his players after the Cobras defeated the Garden Villa (Texas) Giants, 27-26, in the AYF Division II 10U All American national championship game Dec. 8 in Kissimmee, Fla., he gave a different speech.

“After that final game, we accomplished what we came out to do,” McDonald said. “We came down to Florida not to lose….I’m over ecstatic about what the kids were able to accomplish when they put their minds to it.”

The Cobras defeated the CYAA (Fla.) Wolverines, 32-19, in the national quarterfinals before downing the Maryland-based Showcase Sharks, 25-13, in the semifinals, becoming the first New Hampshire team to ever reach an AYF final, according to McDonald.

Manchester East trailed, 26-14, late in the first half of the final before scoring the game’s final two touchdowns and shutting out Garden Villa in the second half.

Shawn O’Neil ran in a 25-yard touchdown and caught a 35-yard TD pass from McDonald’s son, Aiden, in the championship game. Jayden Pares scored the game-winning point when he ran into the end zone from three yards out on the point-after play following Chase Burris’ 15-yard TD run.

In the AYF 10U league, a point-after kick is worth two points and a point-after score on a pass or run is worth one point.

McDonald said his team was outmanned and outgunned in each of its three national-tournament games but it did have the edge in one area.

“They were faster, bigger, stronger but what separated us from them was we were by far the most mentally tough team and we had the most heart of any of the teams,” McDonald said. “We wear teams down mentally and as soon as the mind goes, the body follows soon after that.”

The Cobras finished with a 14-1 overall record and were never scored on in the second half in any of those 15 contests.

McDonald said he believes Manchester East would not have accomplished what it did this season without suffering its lone loss of the season — a 19-6 setback in Week 4 to the Pelham Razorbacks. After the defeat, the Cobras refocused and practiced harder, McDonald said, which paid off when they defeated Pelham, 19-12, to win the state title.

“If it wasn’t for that loss, we wouldn’t be here,” McDonald said.

McDonald said he was in disbelief after the title game ended and he realized what the Cobras had achieved. The moment he celebrated the victory with Aiden is something McDonald will always remember.

“I really try my best to separate the father-son aspect when it comes to coaching,” McDonald said. “To share that with him after the fact and have that father-son moment, it was unbelievable. It’s something we’ll never forget.”

McDonald said Aiden and his teammates — O’Neil, Pares, Burris, Aidan Calden, Treyvon Cannon Bennett, Steven Flatthery Jr., George Whitehead III, Michael Landmesser, Cayden Salvi, Liam Corman, Elijah Ellis, Xavier Whitehead, Ajow Luwal, Jaythean Obando, Matthew Koenig, Jhystoni Riviera, Jonathan Saldi, Nathan Saldi and Grace Chantasiri — had smiles on their faces long after the game ended.

Now that the 27-hour car ride back home from Florida and the celebration with family and friends is over, McDonald said his players are already thinking about next season.

“They have short-term memories,” McDonald said. “They’re wise beyond their years, that’s for sure.”
 
Click Here to download a copy of the newspaper article
 
The NHYFSC State Board and all member Associations are so proud of these young athletes.

by posted 12/13/2017
Concussion Safety Awareness and Fact Sheet

The NHYFSC takes Concussions very seriously. Through constant training for our administrators and coaches we feel this will help individuals identify the signs of a concussion.

What is a Concussion? A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury. Concussions are caused by a bump or blow to the head. Even a “ding,” “getting your bell rung,” or what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious. You can’t see a concussion. Signs and symptoms of concussion can show up right after the injury or may not appear or be noticed until days or weeks after the injury. If your child reports any symptoms of concussion, or if you notice the symptoms yourself, seek medical attention right away. 

Please click here to download a copy of the CDC Head's Up Concussion Fact Sheet for Parents.

The more administrators, coaches, parents and athletes know about a concussion the better we will be able to keep our children safe.

Let's have a safe and exciting 2017 season.

NHYFSC State Board


by Master Admin posted 07/27/2017
AYF/AYC Scholarship Recipients from NH

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The NHYFSC is proud to announce the recipients of AYF/AYC National and New England Region Academic Achievement Scholarship Recipients.

AYC New England Region Cheer Director Scholarship - Ava Donahue of the Salem Rams

AYF New England Region Director - Dylan Wrisley of the Londonderry Wildcats

AYF/C National Academic Scholarship - Samantha Avampato of the Bedford Bulldogs

We are very proud of each of you for all your accomplishments on and off the field and in the classroom.

NHYFSC State Board


by posted 05/24/2017
Coach's Page

Hey Coaches, we have built a page specifically for you.

There are many documents and forms in the Hey Coach tab on the left.

Please check this section often for updates.

Thank you for your dedication to the children.


by posted 07/04/2014

NHYFSC is affiliated with American Youth Football and Cheer


posted 01/01/2009
Check us out on Facebook

Click here to go to the NHYFSC Facebook Fan page


by DSmith posted 01/01/2009
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AWARDS

 


2015 Tammy Gagne, NHYFSC Cheer Coordinator announced as AYC National Cheer Commissioner


2014 AYF awards Rick Pelletier the Lifetime Achievement Award.


2014 AYF Volunteer of the Year award presented to Tammy Gagne, NHYFSC Cheer Coordinator


2013 Andy Vanti, Pelham Razorbacks President inducted into the AYF Hall of Fame.


2012 Deb Smith, NHYFSC Secretary inducted into the AYF Hall of Fame.


2010 AYF Academic Achievement award presented to the NHYFSC


2010 AYF Volunteer of the Year award presented to Deb Smith, NHYFSC Secretary


2010 Robert Schiavoni, NHYFSC Vice-Commissioner inducted into the AYF Hall of Fame.


2009 Volunteer of the Year Award presented to Andy & Linda Vanti of Pelham Windham Razorbacks


2009 AYF Giving Back Award presented to the NHYFSC


2007 Richard Pelletier, NHYFSC Commissioner inducted into the AYF Hall of Fame


2006 Coach Bob Lawrence of Monadnock Mountaineers inducted to the AYF Hall of Fame