The purpose of the Londonderry Youth Football & Spirit (LYFS) organization is to provide football and cheerleading for youth ages 5-15 in Londonderry and the surrounding area.
 
 
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Camp Cheer 2015
02/07/2015
  CAMP OVERVIEW Open to all area children ages 5-14 who...
Coaches Wanted
01/24/2015
Attention Wildcats Application for Head Coaching and all coaching...
2015 Banquet Success !!
01/22/2015
Over 400 Wildcat families and friends attended our annual Awards...
 
Camp Cheer 2015

 
CAMP OVERVIEW
Open to all area children ages 5-14 who wish to learn and perfect the necessary skills for traditional cheerleading.
Cheer, Stunting, Tumbling & Dance
                     
                Where and When                
Camp Cheer is held at LMS Gym and MPR on Thursday evenings.
Starts April 9th from 6-8 pm.  The remaining dates for the camp are
April 16, April 23, May 7, May 14, and May 21st.
 
Registration and Cost
The cost of the camp is $55 for the entire camp (includes a Camp Cheer T-Shirt).
Drop in Fee is $10.00 per night.
Registration Form can be found - HERE
Checks can be made payable to LYFS
                           
Questions - Please contact: 
Jackie Macaulay at or
Tara Pitarys at
 
 

by posted 02/07/2015
Coaches Wanted

Attention Wildcats

Application for Head Coaching and all coaching positions is now open for the 2015 season.

This is your opportunity to apply for any football or cheerleading openings.  We will be conducting any required interviews in February and March.

If interested in football coaching positions please send an e-mail to Football Director Hector Ortiz at   

If interested in cheerleading coaching positions please send an e-mail to Cheerleading Director Jackie Macaulay at 

Any other questions please contact LYFS President Ryan Ouellette at  

 

The deadline to apply for Head Coaching positions is February 15th 

 

 


by posted 01/24/2015
2015 Banquet Success !!

Over 400 Wildcat families and friends attended our annual Awards Banquets - yes we are too big for LHS to host on one night - it takes two nights, five full sheet cakes, 700 sodas, and countless bread sticks and chicken fingers for us to celebrate our season.

We never know exactly when that fickle Wildcat mascot Elliott will show up.  Here he (or is that she?) is helping out making the Caesar Salad with the "Lunch Ladies" on Tuesday night.  We hope she (or is that he?) didn't leave any fur balls along.........

The Wildcats presented various awards and team recognitions Tuesday and Wednesday celebrating our cheer teams that advanced from states to regions and the D10 squad that made it all the way to nationals in Florida.  Also recognized were the Grade 4 and Grade 7 football teams.  This was the first time in WIldcat history LYFS had two teams in state championship games.  Also a special "goodbye" to our Grade 8 football team.  This squad of future LHS Lancers was the largest number of 8th graders participating in Londonderry youth football ever !!  Good Luck Boys and one-young lady as you move to high school next year.

Our WIldcat chief photographer Renee Rheaume took pictures of all teams and crowd shots.  If you would like to review see the links she has kindly provided......thank you Renee.

The link below is from the first night of the banquet
 
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The link below is from the second night of the banquet
 

 

LYFS Chris Fitzpatrick Coach of the Year Award

SInce 1998 LYFS has awarded a "coach of the year award" in memory of long-time Panther and Titans football coach and board member Chris Fitzpatrick.  What's special about this award is that the Wildcat kids themselves get to nominate coaches for this award.

For the 2014 football and cheerleading season the Londonderry Wildcats are very proud to announce that Grade 4 Head Coach Mike Pedrick was selected the LYFS Chris Fitzpatrick Coach of the Year.

 

LYFS 2014 Volunteer of the Year

The Executive Board of LYFS annually asks for nominations from all WIldcats for the Volunteer of the Year.  This can be coaches, parents, board members or anyone worthy of special recognition.  For 2014 several Wildcats were nominated for this award, and it was a very difficult choice to make.

This year a pair of Wildcats were selected for this award for their management of the concession stand, coaching, and participating in basically every Wildcat event and activity in 2014 including being Elliott's special helpers.

Michelle and Rick Lessard - 2014 Wildcat Volunteers of the Year

 

Thank You Lisa !!!

The Wildcats were very-very pleased to present our coach, long-time board member and friend Lisa Hynes with a special recognition.  She started as a parent, then a coach, and finally for the past 16 years our treasurer too.  Lisa has participated in every aspect of our organization and her accomplishments and love for the kids and our program would be too long to list here.

Lisa made the decision to step down from the board - but as she noted she may pop up from time to time.  Once a Wildcat always a Wildcat.


by posted 01/22/2015
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