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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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2020 Season Schedule
07/15/2020
  The NHYFSC 2020 schedule is taking shape. During our ongoing...
NHYFSC Position on 2020 Season
06/25/2020
In today's social media world information can often be misstated,...
Covid-19 and the 2020 Season
04/20/2020
NHYFSC Member Association Families We hope that you and your families...
2019 Academic Achievement Certificate Recipients
04/16/2020
The NHYFSC is very proud to announce the recipients of our 14th Annual...
Congratulations Coach Morgan Francis
03/05/2020
The NHYFSC want to congratulate Windham Wolverines Coach Morgan...
Welcome to the 2020 Season!!!!
01/01/2020
The conference consists of member association’s state...
2019 AYC National Championships - Super Sunday Finals
12/16/2019
The NHYFSC Congratulate all the NH Cheer teams that advanced to the...
AYF National Championship Finals
12/13/2019
American Youth Football National Championship Finals Congratulations...
2019 NH AYC New England Region Cheer Champions
11/24/2019
What a great New England Regional's weekend for New Hampshire! Here...
2019 Football Champions
11/10/2019
On Sunday, Nov 10, 2019 the New Hampshire Youth Football &...
2019 Cheerleading Champions
10/27/2019
On Sunday, October 27th, the NHYFSC held the 2019 State Cheerleading...
AYC Partners with Youth Cheer and Dance Alliance (YCADA)
04/13/2019
WELCOME AYC COACHES! AYC has partnered with Youth Cheer and Dance...
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...
AYF & Experience Kissimmee Sign 5-year Agreement
03/23/2018
The Kissimmee Sports Commission and American Youth Football,...
Concussion Safety Awareness and Fact Sheet
07/27/2017
The NHYFSC takes Concussions very seriously. Through constant training...
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
 
2020 Season Schedule

 

The NHYFSC 2020 schedule is taking shape. During our ongoing discussions with our member associations, the conference has clearly stated our intent is to have a 2020 season.

All member associations will follow the recommendations and guidelines as outlined by the local, national and CDC authorities.

We have an updated schedule as follows:

8-17 – 1st day of practice
10-11 – Game 5
8-18 – Team Counts Due
10-17 – NHYFSC Cheer Competition
8-17, 8-24, 8-31, & 9-8 Conditioning/Practice weeks
10-18 – Game 6
9-10 – Final Cheer Declarations due 10-25 - Game 7
9-13 – Game 1 11-1 – Game 8
9-20 – Game 2 11-4 – Quarter Finals
9-27 – Game 3 11-8 – Semi Finals
10-4 – Game 4 11-15 – State Championships

**All dates above are subject to change**

All associations participating in the 2020 season are actively recruiting and accepting football and cheer registrations. Go to Register Online in the left hand links of this page and select the association from the drop down you want to register your child in.

The conference has provided draft protocols and will continue to do so as state, national and CDC guidelines change to open the fields to the athletes. Protocols will be based on the best-know practices in managing youth sports.

Thank you for your cooperation, support, assistance and patience as we work through these unknown times.

NHYFSC Conference Board


by posted 07/15/2020
NHYFSC Position on 2020 Season

In today's social media world information can often be misstated, misunderstood, and inaccurate.

The NHYFSC and its member associations have been discussing the pandemic and its effect on the sports of cheer and football since March. The conference early on stated its intent to have a season for 2020, it of course would be within the recommendations and rules as outlined by local and national authority. It has been a difficult and challenging course as there is not a clear path.

The governor of NH has been working with a task force to reopen NH, one area is youth sports. On June 22nd, the governor cleared all youth sports the ability to take the field with certain restrictions still in place such as social distancing. This information may be found at NH.Gov.

During our ongoing discussions with our member associations, the conference has clearly stated while the plan is to have a 2020 season, we might not be able to if there are expectations that cannot be met. However, at present the plan is to still have a 2020 season.

During the ongoing discussions, the conference has clearly stated each association will make its own determination if they will participate in the 2020 season. The conference clearly supports the decision of each association, whether it is to participate or not, as the decision was reached by the association board of directors and their community. Currently we have 9 associations who have decided not to participate in the 2020 season, 7 are cheer and football and 2 is cheer only.

The conference has provided draft protocols and will continue to do as state, national and CDC guidelines change to open the fields to the athletes. Protocols will be based on the best-known practices in managing youth sports.

Thank you for your patience, support, and input as we move forward.

NHYFSC Conference Board


by posted 06/25/2020
Covid-19 and the 2020 Season

NHYFSC Member Association Families

We hope that you and your families are safe and healthy as we fight COVID-19 as a community and a country.

The NHYFSC and AYF & AYC have been monitoring and following the advice of the CDC and public health authorities. It is a day to day evaluation of the state of health for the nation and NH.

To help reduce the exposure and transmission of COVID-19 (coronavirus) we are adhering to the stay in place order issued. We are working with our member associations by postponing all in-person registrations and events to help protect our families. We have been meeting with our members remotely each month to communicate the best ways to serve our families during this stay in place order.

This letter is to inform you that we have not changed our timeline and are still preparing for a regular 2020 season.  Our association members and children’s health & safety are our number 1 priority. We will closely monitor the situation and let you know if we update our schedule based on recommendations from the CDC and public health authorities.

While we are under the stay in place order families are encouraged and able to register online with their association by visiting www.nhyfsc.org/registration , select the association you want to register with from the dropdown.

Please stay tuned for future emails and visit us online at www.nhyfsc.org and on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NHYFSC/.

On behalf of the entire New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference, be safe and stay healthy.

Best regards,

NHYFSC Board of Directors


by posted 04/20/2020
2019 Academic Achievement Certificate Recipients

The NHYFSC is very proud to announce the recipients of our 14th Annual Academic Achievement Award Program.

These individuals are recognized for their outstanding work not only in the classroom but in their community.

The conference is acknowledging the participants efforts in the following 3 levels:

Gold Level 96-100%

Silver Level 93-95%

Bronze Level 90-92%

(Click on the level to see the list of recipients)

Due to the current situation of the state and nation we have not been able to present the Certificates of Achievement to the member associations. Once the stay in place order is listed and we are able to hold a meeting we will get the packets to presidents and/or cheer coordinators for distribution to the athletes.

If you any questions or would like additional information, contact us at  

Sincerely,

NHYFSC Academic Committee

 


by posted 04/16/2020
Congratulations Coach Morgan Francis

The NHYFSC want to congratulate

Windham Wolverines Coach Morgan Francis

MORGAN FRANCIS may not care for the spotlight, but that’s where he’ll be Friday afternoon.

That’s when Francis, a 36-year-old Windham resident, will be presented with the Youth Coach of Distinction Award at the Big New England Football Clinic in Newport, R.I. New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels will present the award to the winners, one from each of the six New England states.

Francis, who moved to New Hampshire from Oklahoma in 2016, has coached in the Windham Wolverines youth football program for each of the past three seasons. He has a son in the program and a daughter who is a Wolverines cheerleader. In addition, his wife, Bethany, is the program’s co-cheer director.

“Windham football is a community for sure and I feel like although I’m receiving this award it’s for the Windham program,” Francis said. “It’s not an individual thing. I don’t necessarily like the spotlight on things like this, and I appreciate the honor, but this is more so a trophy for the program itself. The president (John Oliveira) and director of football operations (Dennis Brearley), both those guys are absolute first class, care about the program and have been involved in it a lot longer than I have. I feel like I’m just the fruits of that labor.”

According to the Big New England Clinic, an event that attracts high school coaches from throughout the country, the Youth Coach of Distinction Award is presented annually “to a coach with a love of the game of football and who is dedicated to the betterment of the game and the development of its young athletes. The recipient is inspiring and encouraging, as well as patient and compassionate. He/she is a role model who teaches the game with dignity and sportsmanship, and who ultimately leaves an indelible mark on the lives of the players he/she mentors.”

Windham High School varsity football coach Jack Byrne nominated Francis.

“It’s a commitment that he shows a huge passion for,” Byrne said. “There’s so much good that football can bring because it teaches so many life lessons, but it’s also a sport that can go wrong if you don’t have the right people running things. What stands out most about Morgan is his passion and enthusiasm for teaching the game of football. I think it’s unlikely that the players he’s worked with will ever forget the impact he’s had on them personally or in terms of their football development.”


by posted 03/05/2020
Welcome to the 2020 Season!!!!

The conference consists of member 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 01/01/2020
2019 AYC National Championships - Super Sunday Finals

The NHYFSC Congratulate all the NH Cheer teams that advanced to the 2019 AYC National Cheer Championships. We are so very proud of all of you!!

2019 AYC National Championships - Super Sunday Final Results:

Div 8 Small Level 1

5th Place - Keene Knights

Div 8 Large Level 1

1st Place - Bedford Bulldogs

2nd Place - Goffstown Screamin' Eagles

Div 10 Small Level 2

4th Place - Manchester East Cobras

Div 10 Large Level 2

5th Place - Nashua Elks Crusaders

Div 12 Small Level 2

1st Place - Manchester East Cobras

4th Place - Keene Knights

Div 12 Small Level 3

2nd Place - Bedford Jaguars

Div 12 Large Level 3

5th Place - Nashua Elks Crusaders

Div 14 Smal Level 3

3rd Place - Londonderry Wildcats

4th Place - Goffstown Screamin' Eagles

Div 14 Large Level 3

1st Place - Pembroke Jr. Spartans

2nd Place - Derry Wolverines

Division 14 Open Level 14

3rd Place - Salem Rams

4th Place - Pelham Razorbacks

5th Place - Bedford Bulldogs

Div 18 Open Level 2

1st Place - Keene Knights

Div 18 Open Level 4

2nd Place - Nashua Pal Force

3rd Place - Winnacunnet Warriors

 

A Special Congratulations to the NHYFSC Division 14 Elite Level 2 and Level 4 teams.Since the inception of the Elite teams in 2015 the New Hampshire teams have taken 1st place in both Red and Blue divisions. 2019 was no exception other than their name of Level 2 and Level 4. These young athletes come together from various teams throughout the conference members.As some of them are competing against their Elite teammate on their association home teams they come together as a well coaches/trained unit of professional athletes to compete on the Elite team.

Division 14 Elite Level 2 2019 National Champion - NHYFSC

Division 14 Elite Level 4 2019 National Champion - NHYFSC

 

We would like to thank all the administrators, coaches, and especially the parents for supporting and encouraging these athletes to be the best they can be and always strive for more!!

NHYFSC Conference Board


by posted 12/16/2019
AYF National Championship Finals

American Youth Football National Championship Finals

Congratulations to the both NH teams that advanced to 2019 AYF National Championships.

2nd Place in the Nation - Manchester East Cobras 12U

3rd Place in their bracket - NHYFSC 8th Grade All-Stars

Both teams played some tough opponents during the tournament. In the end they showed everyone New Hampshire has a heart of a lion.

We would like to thank all the administrators, coaches, and especially the parents for supporting and encouraging these athletes to be the best they can be and always strive for more!!

NHYFSC Conference Board


by posted 12/13/2019
2019 NH AYC New England Region Cheer Champions

What a great New England Regional's weekend for New Hampshire!

Here are our 2019 New Hampshire AYC New England Region Cheerleading Champions!!

Friday Night Results

 

🏆 Div 8 SM L1 - Regional Champs Keene Knights!!!!! 

🏆 Div 8 SM L1 - 2nd place- Manchester South Sabre’s

Advancing with invite - Winnacunnet Little Warriors 

 

🏆 Div 8 LG L1 - Regional Champs Bedford Bulldogs!!!

🏆 Div 8 LG L1 - 2nd place- Goffstown Screamin’ Eagles

🏆 Div 8 LG L1 - 3rd place- Londonderry Wildcats

 

🏆 Div 18 SM L4 - Regional Champs Winnacunnet Little Warriors

🏆 Div 18 LG L4 - Regional Champs Nashua PAL force

 

Saturday Results

 

🏆 Div 10 SM L2 - Regional Champs - Manchester East Cobras

🏆 Div 10 SM L2 - 2nd Place- Pelham Razorbacks 

Advancing with invite - Merrimack Cardinals 

 

🏆 Div 10 LG L2 - 2nd Place- Windham Wolverines

🏆 Div 10 LG L2 - 3rd Place - Nashua Elks Crusaders

 

🏆 Div 12 SM L2 - Regional Champs - Manchester East Cobras

🏆 Div 12 SM L2 - 3rd Place - Keene Knights

 

🏆 Div 12 SM L3 - 2nd Place - Salem Rams

🏆 Div 12 SM L3 - 3rd Place - Merrimack Cardinals

Advancing with invite - Bedford Bulldogs

 

🏆 Div 12 LG L3 - 2nd Place - Nashua Elks Crusaders

🏆 Div 12 LG L3 - 3rd Place - Pelham Razorbacks

Advancing with invite – Nashua PAL

 

🏆 Div 14 SM L3 - Regional Champs - Londonderry Wildcats

🏆 Div 14 SM L3 - 3rd Place - Goffstown Screamin’ Eagles 

 

🏆 Div 14 LG L3 - Regional Champs - Pembroke Spartans

🏆 Div 14 LG L3 - 3rd Place - Derry Wolverines

 

🏆 Div 14 SM L4 - Regional Champs - Salem Rams

🏆 Div 14 SM L4 - 2nd Place - Bedford Bulldogs

🏆 Div 14 SM L4 - 3rd Place - Windham Wolverines 

 

🏆 Div 14 LG L4 - Regional Champs - Pelham Razorbacks

🏆 Div 14 LG L4 - 2nd Place - Nashua Elks Crusaders 

🏆 Div 14 LG L4 - 3rd Place - Nashua PAL Force

 

🏆 Div 18 SM L2 - Regional Champs - Keene Knights

 

 

What an amazing amount of talant we have in New Hampshire.

 

Best of luck to all the teams advancing to AYC National Championships.

 

Congratulations!!

NHYFSC Conference Board 


by posted 11/24/2019
2019 Football Champions

On Sunday, Nov 10, 2019 the New Hampshire Youth Football & Spirit Conference hosted its State Championship Football games.

The NHYFSC is proud to announce the

2019 State Football Champions:

9U - Londonderry Wildcats

10U - Derry Demons

11U White - Nashua Elks Crusaders

11U Green - Bedford Bulldogs

12U - Manchester East Cobras

13U - Salem Rams

14U - Windham Wolverines

Download the playoff grid

 

The NHYFSC congratulate all the teams for all they have accomplished this season.

The championship teams will advance to the AYF New England Region Semi-Final round at Durfee Field in Fall River, MA on Sunday, November 17th.

 

Game order will 10U, 11U Green, 12U, 13U starting at 10am vs Blackstone Valley Youth Football.

14U Champions will advance directly to the NE Region Final Championship games on Sunday, November 24, 2019 at Natick High School in Natick, MA

The American Youth Football Region Finals will be played on Sunday, November 24th at Natick High School in Natick, MA. Winning teams will advance to the AYF National Championships in Kissimmee, Florida the week of December 8th.

 

For additional information regarding Region Championships visit the New England Region website at www.newenglandregionals.com

 

Congratulations to all the teams!!

NHYFSC State Board

 

 


by posted 11/10/2019
2019 Cheerleading Champions

On Sunday, October 27th, the NHYFSC held the 2019 State Cheerleading Competition.

Nicole Quinn, Cheer Coordinator of the NHYFSC is pleased to announce the conference Cheerleading Competition results.

The NHYFSC CONGRATULATE all the cheer squads for a wonderful performance. The cheer squads did a fantastic job!!

Click here to download a list of the 2019 State Cheerleading Champions.

The finalist will move on to compete in the AYC New England Region Championships on Friday, November 22 and Saturday, November 23, 2019 at the Tsongas Center at U-Mass Lowell. The New England Region Competition will include squads from Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire. Squads placing at Regions for their division are eligible to compete at the American Youth Cheer National Competition in Florida in December.

We would like to congratulate all the Tiny Mite and Division 8 Exhibition teams that participated today. These young athletes showed everyone they are the next generation of cheerleaders.

A Special Shout Out to the Bedford Bulldogs Adaptive Cheer team! Once again bringing the house to their feet and tears to our eyes with an exceptional routine. A fantastic group of athletes proved that nothing can hold you back once you set your mind to it.

For additional information and all the latest news regarding the New England Region Championships visit the New England Region website at www.newenglandregionals.com

Good Luck to all our advancing cheerleading squads.

NHYFSC Conference Board


by posted 10/27/2019
AYC Partners with Youth Cheer and Dance Alliance (YCADA)

WELCOME AYC COACHES!

AYC has partnered with Youth Cheer and Dance Alliance (YCADA) for the 2019 season.

 

YCADA has created this web page to help you find everything you need from YCADA.  Please here often for updates on rules, scoring, FAQs, etc.  Most items will be updated and available by May 1st when the Y101AYC course launches. Stay tuned!

 

AYC's "YCADA" personal website, https://www.ycada.org/ayc


by posted 04/13/2019
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
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
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
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