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My Gal & Me Paint Nite
Posted Apr 23, 2018

Join SFJFCL for a special paint night at the Artist;s Lounge! For you and your favorite gal!! Mom, Aunt, Grandma, Family Friend...the two of you will enjoy an evening together and share an experience like no other! 

$30 for two people to paint on two canvases that will combine to create one unique masterpiece


 
Family Paint Event -- Saturday, February 10th
Come paint with us next weekend! You will not only paint, but learn artistic techniques from a skilled artist, Coach Dale Pemberton.

All skill levels will enjoy this event, from novice to expert!

Register with a friend and enjoy a BOGO 1/2 off!

Acrylic Painting 11am
Oil Painting (18+) 5pm

Email Jessi at jmaryapool@yahoo.com to register today!
 
Posted Jun 30, 2017

Open Camp

Free for ALL!!!

Fireman's Field

July 25-27th 6-8pm


 
 
Posted Apr 11, 2017

DO YOU WANT TO BE A COACH?

 We want to thank you for your interest in coaching our youth.

SFJFCL is looking for individuals who want to become a part of our organization.

Cheerleading Coach

Position Summary: The Cheerleading Coach is responsible for choreography and teaching cheer routines to the cheerleading squad. Be knowledgeable and skilled in tumbling and stunting to ensure the safety of all program participants. Have the ability to work with children to lead them to success. Be a professional, organized and dedicated Coach. The Coach is responsible for conducting practice and supervising the team at league football games, cheer competitions and any other activities the league is involved in. Be a part of the team.

Football Coach

Position Summary: The Football Coach is responsible for planning and teaching activities in such a manner that the progression between activities minimizes risks, such as proper warm-ups, conditioning, tackle drills. Emphasize skill development, fair play, teamwork, cooperation, sportsmanship, responsibility, and fun. Each participant will be provided the opportunity to play in every game, and play different positions on the field . Have the ability to work with children to lead them to success. Be a professional, organized and dedicated Coach. The Coach is responsible for conducting practice and supervising the team at league football practices and games, scrimmages and any other activities the league is involved in. Be a part of the team.

Junior football should be all about teaching. In order for a child to learn, the teacher must put the appropriate material in front of the child. The material considerations are the history of what the kid should know and their capabilities to learn. Starting from the flag level and going all of the way up to the SF Varsity team, each level should be a building block for the next. But this is main idea behind "Player Progression Development Model" (PPDM) from USA Football. 

Coaching requires the Director, Coaches and Board members to be a cohesive unit who all understand the objective of the SFJFCL; to let the children have fun, give them an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of football and cheerleading with the proper adult supervision and adequate equipment in a safe environment while emphasizing the SFJFCL objectives of:

  • Improving physical health of children with training, conditioning, and exercise that emphasizes participation and safety.
  • Enhancing the psychological well-being of children by reinforcing positive self-image, fairness and participation.
  • Using teamwork, sportsmanship, appropriate behavior, and common decency to guide children in social skills.
  • Helping children to understand and appreciate the value of personal effort and dedication to team effort.

The Coach will need to understand these objectives and reinforce them throughout the season; on and off the field!  Communication is also a key component. The Coach and Director will work together to ensure the program’s success. Coaches will be expected to exhibit good sportsmanship, self-control and act in a professional manner at all SFJFCL games, practices, and events.

The philosophy of selecting coaches for the SFJFCL program is to find the most qualified people to teach the game of football, cheerleading and proper sportsmanship. The selection of coaches is not to be based upon tenure and is not simply for parents to follow their children’s progress while acting as coaches. All coaches must set an example in dress, speech, and moral conduct at all times.  All decisions regarding placement and removal of coaches will be done based on one central theme, what is best for the participants and the program.

Interested?? Ready to be an important part of our team?? Submit your application now! Be the Coach the kids need and deserve!


 
1st Annual Finger Lakes Youth Football Camp
Posted Jan 19, 2017

1st Annual Finger Lakes Youth Football Camp

Who: C, B and A Team players

When: July 24th-26th (6:00-8:00pm) (arrive 30 minutes early for registration)

Where: TBA

Camp Highlights

  • Every Offensive and Defensive Position will be taught
  • Proper Heads Up Tackling Progressions Taught
  • Team Periods Taught with their youth coaches and future high school coaches
  • Guest Speakers every night - to Educate the participants on the importance of being a good all around person.

Camp Fee: $80 (non-refundable) (Must pay before July 10th to guarantee a T-Shirt)

Make Check/Money Order payable to: NYS Elite Athletics

Send Payment and Registration to: NYS Elite Athletics 520 South Drive, Rochester, NY 14612

What to Bring Helmet, Cleats Athletic shorts, T-shirt and a positive attitude.

 

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January 18, 2017

FLYFCL has changed the guidlines on how our teams will be formed this year. Below is the info regarding how the teams will be formed. Basically, we have removed weight limitations from the teams and made it an age and grade based structure like all other contact sports, including high school football...

Football Guidlines:

A player must meet the age and grade requirements of a division (flag, C, B, A) to be eligible to play in that division. The official FLYFCL, Inc. Division Age and Grade requirements for eligibility are charted below.

FLAG: 5, 6 & 7 year olds going into Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades. **
C Squad: 8-10 year olds going into 3rd and 4th grades.
B Squad: 10-12 year olds going into 5th and 6th grades.
A Squad: 12-14 year olds going into 7th and 8th grades.

*A player is eligible to play up one level with the clubs board and parent approval. No player is eligible to play down. No player is eligible to play if in high school (9th grade).

**Player league age is based on their age as of December 1st of the current year. No player is eligible under 5 years old unless entering kindergarten and must turn 5 years old before December 1st

Cheerleading Guidlines:

Player Rosters & Eligibility
Cheerleader ages are based on their age as of December 1 st of the current year. No player is eligible under 5 years old unless entering kindergarten and must turn 5 years old before December 1st
Flag Squad: No one under the age of 5
Cheerleaders must be between the ages of, 7 and 15.
A/B/C Mandatory Age and class requirements:
C squad; No one under the age of 7
B squad; No one under the age of 9
A squad; No one under the age of 11
There can be no more than a 4 year gap between the youngest and oldest cheerleader on any level. In an effort to maximize
participation, a team may carry as many partcipants as the team desires, providing there is ample coaching staff.
Just to clarify the grade levels listed are in regards to the grade the player will be going in to for the upcoming school year of that season.
Player must meet the minimum age requirement for the level in which they are assigned at the beginning of the season (August 1st). League Age is defined as the players age on December 1 of the current year. This applies to all divisions.
 
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