The purpose of the Londonderry Youth Football & Spirit (LYFS) organization is to provide football and competitive cheerleading for youth ages 5-15 in Londonderry and the surrounding area.
 
 
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  • Registration Now OPEN for 2016 Football & Competitive Cheerleading
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2016 Registration Open - REDUCED FEES
02/08/2016
  The Londonderry Wildcats Open Registration for 2016 Competitive Cheerleading...
LYFS Coach of the Year
02/08/2016
Nate Romanek  -  Londonderry Wildcats 2015 Coach of the...
Volunteer of the Year
01/26/2016
LYFS Mike Young Volunteer of the Year Award Wildcat Football Director...
2016 LYFS Board of Officers
01/25/2016
Congratulations to the 2016 Londonderry Wildcats Board of Officers...... President -...
NEW - 2016 - Age-Based Guidelines
11/22/2015
  For the 2016 football season the NHYFSC has elected...
 
2016 Registration Open - REDUCED FEES

 

The Londonderry Wildcats Open Registration for 2016 Competitive Cheerleading and Football

NEW for 2016 - REDUCED REGISTRATION FEES*  !!

NEW for 2016 - Football Age-Based Teams

Competitive Cheerleading with New Hampshire Local - New England Regional & National Competitions !!

 

 

Access On-Line Registration  -  HERE

 

* - Financial assistance is available for all families that can not afford our registration fees.  Please contact in confidence Londonderry Wildcats Treasurer Sonya Martineau for more details at sonya.martineau@lyfs.org

Registration is not official until payment is made.  On-line registration is by credit card only.  If you can not pay by credit card please contact LYFS Treasuer Sonya Martineau for other options. 

 

 


by posted 02/08/2016
LYFS Coach of the Year

Nate Romanek  -  Londonderry Wildcats 2015 Coach of the Year
 
The Londonderry Wildcats are very pleased to announce the winner of the Chris Fitzpatrick Coach of the Year Award is Nate Romanek.  Nate has been a coach in the Wildcats organization for several years first as an assistant and now as the Head Coach for the 2015 Grade 6 football Wildcats.
 
Nominated by the kids of LYFS many stated how much “FUN” it was playing for Coach Nate and how he gave everyone a fair chance to play and win, and win they did.  The LYFS Executive Board notes that Nate regularly travels for work and many times came directly from the airport to practice.
 
 
Way to go Nate……………and congratulation to Coach Nate Romanek the LYFS Londonderry Wildcats 2015 Chris Fitzpatrick Coach of the Year.

by posted 02/08/2016
Volunteer of the Year

LYFS Mike Young Volunteer of the Year Award

Wildcat Football Director Will Kullman was named the recipient of the 2015 Mike Young* Volunteer of the Year Award.  Annually the Executive Board of the Londonderry Wildcats accept nominations for the Volunteer of the Year Award.  This year the board received several nominations from Wildcat families for several Wildcat members.  In selecting the winner of the VOY award the Executive Board selected Will Kullman as having the greatest positive impact to the Wildcat and NH AYF football organizations.

Will, the Wildcat Football Director and new to the board in 2015, helped manage several events above and beyond his role as football director.  Initiating the inaugural Wildcat Football Jamboree in August 2015 Will managed the effort for this very successful event.  Featuring over 24 teams from a dozen different NH football programs the jamboree was a rousing success and one the Wildcats hope to make an annual event.  Secondly, when no other program in NH volunteered to host the annual all-star football games the Wildcats stepped forward to take on responsibility.  Will and his team managed the entire process from coach selections, player try-outs, practices and finally hosting of games at LHS.  Again a rousing success and one the Wildcats hope to build upon in 2016.

Not only did these efforts support the Londonderry Wildcats but went a long way in supporting pre and post season activities for all of NH AYF football.  Thanks and congratulations to Will Kullman the LYFS Mike Young Volunteer of the Year.

* -  Mike Young was a former Wildcat board member having served as both Football Director and Football Equipment Officer.  Though having left the board many years ago Mike continued to return and support the Wildcats.  For several years Mike would volunteer on game days at the concession stand.  One would often see Mike helping set up for the days events and lending a helping hand on the grills.  Every year Mike would also help at Old Home Day.  This past August in the blistering heat Mike helped set-up concession for the days activities and even spent part of the day helping prepare food.

What’s all the more remarkable was Mike.  For those that were not aware Mike was, for several years, on the list for a heart transplant.  Nothing however could stop Mikes big heart and love for the Wildcats.  A week before Christmas this past December Mike finally received his heart transplant.  Initially recovering from his surgery Mike unexpectedly passed after the new year.   In honor of Mike’s dedication and support for the Wildcats the Wildcats have re-named the LYFS Volunteer of the Year Award the Mike Young  LYFS Volunteer of the Year Award. Congratulations Will and thank you Mike.


by posted 01/26/2016
2016 LYFS Board of Officers

Congratulations to the 2016 Londonderry Wildcats Board of Officers......

President - Ryan Ouellette

Vice President - Rick Lessard

Treasurer – Sonya Martineau

Asst. Treasurer - Jenifer Doucette

Secretary - Jim Loiselle 

Concession Officer - Michelle Lessard

Assistant Concession Officer - Jason Twardosky

Football Director -  Hector Ortiz

Football Director - Will Kullman

Cheerleading Director - Jackie Macaulay

Cheerleading Director - Allyson Zinno

Football Equipment Officer – Johnny McKinnon

Cheerleading Equipment Officer - Karen Romanek

Registrar - Barbara Fowle

Registrar - Mary Reyes

Volunteer Coordinator - Kate McKinnon

Fundraising Officer – Christine O'Loughlin

 


by posted 01/25/2016
NEW - 2016 - Age-Based Guidelines

 

For the 2016 football season the NHYFSC has elected to align with regional and national AYF standards and move to an age-based system for creating football teams.

Belows are the standards now in place......


by posted 11/22/2015
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