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Londonderry Wildcat Gridder Collects Major New Hampshire Award
Folks who really know football will tell you that significant success in that intense and challenging game starts with the hard and often under-appreciated work “down in the trenches” on the offensive and defensive lines.
And many people who have succeeded in life often insist that hard work in the classroom, giving back to your community, and staying involved in causes in which you believe are all vital to being a well-rounded person and enjoying a fulfilling life.
Even though he’s still a very young person, Londonderry Middle School eighth grader Patrick Hagearty appears to have all of the proverbial bases covered. And that important fact was recently recognized by the New Hampshire Youth Football and Spirit Conference.
Hagearty, who played center on offense and nose tackle on defense for the Londonderry Wildcats’ eighth grade team this past autumn, was gleaned out of more than 4,000 boys and girls and chosen to receive the NHYFSC’s top academic scholarship on March 22.
The impressive award recognizes Hagearty’s outstanding academic achievements at the LMS, his community service work through Saint Jude’s Church, and his participation in Destination Imagination in which he and his team – the colorfully-named “Duck Tape Dudes” – have progressed to take part in global competition each of the last three years.
The NHYFSC Academic Achievement Award program began in 2005, and it acknowledges the academic success and community involvement of both football and spirit participants.
The NHYFSC’s hope is to encourage children to strive to do well in school and participate in their communities while also being an asset to their organization’s football or spirit programs.
In order to qualify, participants must have a grade average of 90 or higher and have entered the fifth grade or higher for the current season’s school year.
(above as posted in the Londonderry Times, 4-2-15)
Announced Tuesday 12-23-14 in the AYFC December Huddle:
AYC would like to welcome our newest National Staff Member Tammy Gagne - Appointed National Cheer Commissioner Tammy Gagne.
Tammy Gagne brings a wealth of experience from all aspects of cheerleading. She has coached youth, middle school, and high school cheer since 1998, with many state, regional, and national titles. She was awarded 2005 and 2010 NH cheer coach of the year, and 2013 AYC volunteer of the year.
Tammy has held many local and state administrative positions for cheer since 1999, has organized and coordinated cheer clinics, camps, and competitions since 2007 with an emphasis on sportsmanship and teamwork. Tammy has several national safety certifications, is performance and safety judge certified at the state and national level since 2004, has been a member of the AYC technical committee since 2011.
Tammy's knowledge and experience is sure to be a benefit to the members of AYC.
The NHYFSC congratulates Tammy Gagne, State Cheer Coordinator on her appointment as the AYC National Cheer Commissioner. Tammy has been instrumental in the growth and advancement of the cheer division of the New Hampshire Youth Football and Cheer Conference and we know she will bring the same to AYC on the national scale. We are happy to announce that Tammy will continue as the NHYFSC Cheer Coordinate.
Rick Pelletier received Life Time Achievement Award
Rick Pelletier, Commissioner of the New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference for more than 15 years as well as involved in the NH conference for more than 25 years dedicating countless hours to all the children that have participated in the state of New Hampshire receives a Life Time Achievement Award from Joe Galat, president of American Youth Football at the Hall of Fame banquet in Kissimmee, FL., on December 11, 2014. Rick is retiring as commissioner of the NHYFSC but will remain involved as the commissioner of the AYF/C New England Region
We have incorporated a new section for the NHYFSC State Cheerleading Competition. You can find links containing all the latest information regarding the annual competition under Cheerleading News/State Cheer Competition.
This will condense the number of websites visitors need to view to obtain information to various events happening within the conference.
All the current 2014 competition information as been updated. We will continue to update all areas as information continues to be finalized.