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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.
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NHYFSC Annual Flag Jamboree
09/16/2014
The 2014 NHYFSC Flag Jamboree schedule released. On Saturday,...
Powder Puff Flag Football Tournament
09/16/2014
Hosted by: The Hudson-Litchfield “Mama Bears" Saturday,...
NHYFSC 8th Grade All Star Head Coach
09/09/2014
On Monday, September 8th the NHYFSC convened a meeting with...
NHYFSC FOOTBALL & CHEER STARTS FOR THE 2014 SEASON!!!!
07/20/2014
On Monday, July 28th the New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit...
AYF-C 2013 Academic Achievement Recipients
07/17/2014
The NHYFSC Congratulate the New Hampshire and New England recipients...
NH Halftime Routine
07/14/2014
At the April Cheer meeting we decided that all NH teams would do...
Coach's Page
07/04/2014
Hey Coaches, we have built a page specifically for you. There...
Annual Academic Reception Successful
04/07/2014
CONGRATULATIONS! The NHYFSC held their 9th Annual Academic Achievement...
Lumberjacks Football & Cheer Welcomed as newest member
03/25/2014
We are very excited to announce Lumberjacks Youth Football as the...
2014 Online Registration Open
01/01/2014
On-line Registrations for the 2014 are open for all member associations. To...
Welcome to the 2014 Season!!!!
01/01/2014
The conference consists of 25 association’s state wide. To...
2013 NH All Star Champions Bracket A
12/13/2013
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2013 NH CONFERENCE ALL STAR TEAM CHAMPIONS Bracket...
Exciting News - Read All About It
12/27/2009
New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference changed to...

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
 
NHYFSC Annual Flag Jamboree
by posted 09/16/2014
 

The 2014 NHYFSC Flag Jamboree schedule released.

On Saturday, September 20th, 20 teams comprised of 13 NHYFSC Member Associations will participate on 6 fields in the Annual Jamboree.

The event will run from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Don Ball Field in Derry, NH.

Thank you to the Derry Demons and Ed Parker (their President) for hosting this years event

We wish everyone Good Luck and have a great time!

If you have any questions or need additional information please contact the following individuals:

Flag Schedule questions -

Field questions -  

 

Click here for Flag Schedule

 

Thank you

Flag Committee.

 


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Powder Puff Flag Football Tournament
by posted 09/16/2014
 

Hosted by: The Hudson-Litchfield “Mama Bears"

Saturday, October 11th, 2014, Games Start at 2:00 pm

Hudson Memorial School Football Field

This year we are bringing the excitement of Powder Puff Flag Football to Hudson, NH and the AYF Football Organization.

Each team will be made up of woman over the age of 18, that represent a football player or cheerleader. So ladies, if you're anxious to get a good work out and engage in friendly competition then we welcome you to join a team and take part in the events.

The Hudson-Litchfield “Mama Bears invite teams from AYF to take part in a Flag Powder Puff Tournament October 11, 2014. Parking is free and full concessions will be available. So bring fans to watch the fun. We also invite you to check out our fundraising apparel trailer as we don’t just sell customized Bear gear ;)

Registration costs $50.00 per team, in order to help cover referees & EMT's for the tournament. Space and time is limited, so please respond by Sept 19th to Jessica Mackey, in order to secure your teams spot in the event.

jessicamarie0481@yahoo.com

Click here to download a flyer


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NHYFSC 8th Grade All Star Head Coach
by posted 09/09/2014
 

On Monday, September 8th the NHYFSC convened a meeting with the coaches nominated for the position of Head Coach of the 2014 NHYFSC 8th Grade Conference All-Star team. At this meeting the expectations of the position were reviewed. After all discussion had taken place a vote was taken by the coaches in attendance for the 2014 Head Coach position.

We are proud to announce Steven Abraham of the Salem Rams was voted in as the Head Coach as the 2014 NHYFSC 8th Grade Conference All-Star Team.

Steve spoke with Ron Emrick of Pelham and Jim Summers of Nashua Elks who were also nominated for the Head Coach position to stay on as coaches for this years team. Both have agreed. In the upcoming weeks Steve will reach out to coaches within the NHYFSC membership to fill the remaining positions.

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

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 Steve!

NHYFSC State Board

 

 


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NHYFSC FOOTBALL & CHEER STARTS FOR THE 2014 SEASON!!!!
by posted 07/20/2014
 

On Monday, July 28th the New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference begins the 2014 season. During the month of August teams will undertake preparing for the season with physical conditioning, concussion awareness education, and practices.

 

The conference is entering its 6th season with grade based levels of participation. This change has resulted in extensive growth by participants as this process is more inclusive than other types of football and cheer structures. The conference will continue offering the Flag football program which steadily grows each season as an introductory level for participation without the pressure of tackle football.

 

The conference will host its 10th Annual Academic Achievement Awards program that has been very successful in acknowledging participants for their academic success. To date we have honored 3496 participants at the Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels of achievement. There has also been $234,000 worth of scholarships since the awards inception in 2005. The conference has a strong commitment to fostering and acknowledging academic success.

 

The NHYFSC will be hosting its state wide cheer competition on Saturday, November 1 at Southern New Hampshire University. Squads that place 1st, 2nd and 3rd are eligible to participate in the American Youth Cheer Region Competition in Manchester, NH.

 

For all of the above to happen it requires many volunteers. The NHYFSC wants to acknowledge the member associations, their boards of directors, volunteers such as coaches, team parents, concession workers, and the list goes on!  THANK YOU!!!

 

We look forward to another great, successful season.

NHYFSC Executive Board


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AYF-C 2013 Academic Achievement Recipients
by posted 07/17/2014
 

Academic Achievement Alliance

The NHYFSC Congratulate the New Hampshire and New England recipients of the AYF-C Academic Achievement Alliance Awards and Scholarships.

AAA Scholarship Awards Recipients *(2013 Season)

Over 600 young and talented athletes were named to the American Youth Football and Cheer All American Team - 2013 Academic Achievement Alliance.   

These scholar athletes each hold at least a 96 percent grade point average while making a mark in their local communities.

All of the AAA winners exhibit AYF's four pillars of achievement - academics, respect, discipline, and performance.

The National Office received an overwhelming number of nominations for this year, nearly triple the submissions in the past!  This is a true testament to the growth of our collective mission!

To be considered for these scholarship awards these scholars exemplified Academics, Sportsmanship and Community.

Please join AYF and CONGRATULATE following Scholarship Recipients:

The Carl Allegretti Award - $2000

Jared & Jackson Burns

New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference - New England Region

Scholarship Winners - $500

  • Terry Smith - Blackstone Valley - New England Region
  • Michael Glynn III - NHYFSC - New England Region

REGIONAL SCHOLARS:

Please congratulate these recipients awarded a $500 scholarship in honor of their Regional Director.

o    Rick Pelletier Scholarship Recipient - Maximillian Faro & Christina Capone of the New England Region

 

Nominees can print their certificate with the link below: https://www.myayf.com/ci/index.php/aaa


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NH Halftime Routine
by posted 07/14/2014
 

At the April Cheer meeting we decided that all NH teams would do the same half time routine for 2014. Kate Spencer from the Bedford Jaguars agreed to choreograph the dance for all teams to use. Please don't modify it by adding stunts, tumbling, or jumps. It is intended for all teams at all levels to unite and do the same dance together, not one team then the other, not one team in front of the other, together with team A athletes standing on each side of team B athletes, etc...
 
On Monday July 14th Kate taught the dance. Learning first hand from Kate on how to teach to your athletes is an added bonus. For those of you that don't know Kate has been teaching dance for a number of years and her Jaguar teams always score high in the dance category.
 
We have posted the half time dance here and on the Cheer Facebook page for any association that was unable to attend on the 14th.
 
Click here for the Halftime Routine Music, Counts and Counts with Music for the divisions.
 
If you have coaches that haven't been added to our Facebook page please spread the word. I know a few coordinators are not on their but get the information out to your coaches please. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1414063625527942/
 
Tammy

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Coach's Page
by posted 07/04/2014
 

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

There are many documents and forms in the Hey Coach tab. This area is password protected. Speak to your president or cheer coordinator for the password or email . When you send a request for the password please make sure you include your full name and association you are registered with.


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Annual Academic Reception Successful
by posted 04/07/2014
 

CONGRATULATIONS!

The NHYFSC held their 9th Annual Academic Achievement Award Reception Sunday, April 6th .


The conference recognized 519 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 that acknowledged the participants success in the classroom.
 

Scholarships totaling $20,000 was awarded to 23 exceptional students.

 

The NHYFSC congratulates all the recipients for their tremendous accomplishments.

 

Check out the pictures of some of the amazing individuals that attended the reception.


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Lumberjacks Football & Cheer Welcomed as newest member
by posted 03/25/2014
 

We are very excited to announce Lumberjacks Youth Football as the 25th member association of the NHYFSC.

 

At the March president's meeting Jerrod Grimes, President of the Lumberjacks petitioned for membership into the conference. The presidents voted to accept the Lumberjacks as their newest member association.

 

The Lumberjacks will be joining the conference for the 2014 season. They are currently accepting registrations for both football and cheerleading.

 

A few of the reasons the Lumberjacks choose the NHYFSC is we are a fully age/grade based conference without weight restrictions. We offer a highly competitive 8 game regular schedule, state playoffs, region and national championships. We also offer an Academic Achievement program providing academic recognition and scholarships for post-secondary school, just to name a few of the advantages.

 

We look forward to a very exciting 2014 season.

 

NHYFSC State Board


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2014 Online Registration Open
by posted 01/01/2014
 

On-line Registrations for the 2014 are open for all member associations.


To register for the 2014 season click on the Register Online link in the left hand column.

Please read the instructions which explains the process if you are a returning registration or new registration. Once you have read the information, scroll down to find the association in your area and click on Begin Registration.

If you have any questions or problems please email .

We hope to see you on the fields.

We look forward to an exciting 2014 season
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Welcome to the 2014 Season!!!!
by posted 01/01/2014
 

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 grade and 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.
  • Cheer competition that provides opportunities for region and national advancement.
  • 3 Fun cheer competitions coordinated by member associations.
  • Grade 8 All-star team that competes at the AYF National Championship.
     

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
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2013 NH All Star Champions Bracket A
by posted 12/13/2013
 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2013 NH CONFERENCE ALL STAR TEAM CHAMPIONS Bracket A

Thursday the NH All Star team dominated the field against the Michigan Semyal All Stars. It was clear from the first kick off the NH All Stars were not going to walk away without the championship trophy in their group.

The football players and coaches arrived ready to get the job done.

At the end of the 4th quarter, NH walked off the field with a 20 - 0 victory and a championship trophy for the 8th Grade Conference All Star Bracket A division.

The team will compete Friday at 2:00 pm for the Grand Championship against the New Jersey All Stars.

GREAT JOB TO ALL THE PLAYERS AND COACHES, We are so PROUD OF YOU!!!!

Click on each picture for full image.










Check out these pictures from past events.

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Exciting News - Read All About It
by posted 12/27/2009
 

New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference changed to a GRADE-BASED structure!!!

Beginning with the 2009 season our playing format changed to the American Youth Football (AYF) ALL-AMERICAN DIVISION.

The New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference (NHYFSC) member association presidents approved and voted on restructuring the football program to a Grade-Based format after much research and reviewing youth football national trends.

Bill Brown, National Football Commissioner for AYF, the largest youth football and cheer organization in the country, met with member associations and presented the All-American Division format, which has been offered by AYF for years.

In the past, the NHYFSC offered football in an age/weight restricted format. While this was well suited at the time, the Grade-Based format represents a more natural progression and development for today’s youth football players. The Grade-Based program will better align us with national trends and create a true feeder program for all of our High Schools.


What is the All American Division?
  • The All American Division is a Grade-Based program that fosters participants in the same grade of similar age to play together. This will provide consistency and continuity for the players and teams through the 8th grade and onto high school. It is our belief that this change will strengthen our overall football program.
 
What is Grade Based?
Grade based is a grade appropriate division, protected by age without weight restrictions. The participants of this division will be together with the same children they play baseball, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, etc. The same children they attend class with and play together at home in their back yards with. They will be with their peers at all times, in fact they’re with their peers from the 1st grade right up to 8th grade and onto high school. Click here to view the Grade Level Chart.


Why Grade Based?
The program is socially correct. You have parity at every level, each child moves with their respective team. With a grade based program you don’t have a child playing at one level this year and then have to jump up 2 levels the following year because of a growth spurt. Every child can play at the appropriate grade level. As the children progress through the program and move onto high school they know they can play with kids of all sizes
What the NHYFSC has to offer?
  • 4th Grade through 8th Grade – Individual teams can be formed at each of the five (5) competitive grade levels. Participate in a schedule that leads to state playoffs and the opportunity to advance to regional and national championships. They will continue to play national federation rules.
  • Grade 3 - Instructional – A combination of Readiness, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades. This level will continue as our instructional level so the participants can learn and develop the skills they need to play the game of contact football.
  • Flag Football, introduced in 2008, will continue to be offered to our participants ages 5 to 7. The level came about based on trends and parents request. The focus of the level is to provide a safe controlled environment to introduce these younger participants to teamwork and the game of football.
 
All other aspects of the conference will continue to operate in the same great manner. The NHYFSC mission is to provide an opportunity for the children to participate in a safe, structured environment that supports sportsmanship, healthy competition and academic achievement. Cheerleading will continue to follow the AYF/AYC Nationally published division format.
 
This is a very exciting time for the New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference, its member associations and the children of New Hampshire. This progressive change will provide all children the opportunity for improvement, expansion and advancement, within a more appropriately structured format.

Click on the Members tab to the left to find and register with an association in your area.

Sincerely
NHYFSC and Member Associations

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posted 01/01/2009
 

NHYFSC is affiliated with American Youth Football and Cheer


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Check us out on Facebook
by DSmith posted 01/01/2009
 

Click here to go to the NHYFSC Facebook Fan page


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Useful Links

Patrick Chung Football Camp

NFHS Football Site

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American Youth Football & Cheer

Thank You for Sharing our Passion

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AWARDS

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