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Football Uniform Sizing is April 24th
at the equipment shed next to Municipal Field.
Mini Mites and Mites 4pm - 5pm.
Might Mites and Midgets 5pm - 6pm.
Contact Todd Goodson (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Cheerleading fittings are May 5th
at the Poquoson Community Center. Midgets at 5:30pm, Mighty Mights at 5:45pm, and Mites at 6:15pm. Make up fitting is May 10th at the PCC from 5:30-6:30pm. Contact Tonya O'Connell at email@example.com with questions.
We have a FULL Mini-Mites Football team but need CHEERLEADERS!
Ages are 5 & 6 (birthday cut-off July 31st).
Cost is $75, and cheerleaders will get to use FULL UNIFORMS (from last year's squad).
Contact Sheena Booth (firstname.lastname@example.org) to sign up NOW!!
Please see the information below regarding new age requirements (from PYFCO) for the 2016 season.
Players age is what they will be on July 31st of current year.
PYFCO consists of a governing body of 11 leagues from geographic areas in and around the Peninsula. Leagues consist of players, cheerleaders, coaches, and administrative officials. Leagues are organized into five divisions: Mini Mites (Flag) (5-6), Mites (6-8), Mighty Mites (9-10), Midgets (11-12) and Juniors (13-14).
PYFCO 2016 Age & Weights
Mini Mites - 5 & 6 unlimited weight
Mites - 6, 7 & 8 unlimited weight
Mighty Mites - 9 & 10 unlimited weight
Midgets - 11 & 12 unlimited weight
Juniors - 13 unlimited & 14 not to exceed 170lb.
DIVISION AGE/WEIGHT BREAKDOWN 2016:
*6 year olds CANNOT play Mites Football (PYFCA policy)
Players may move UP in division but NOT down
Registration Forms: Pink – Parent Yellow – Coach White - PYFCA
The objective of the Poquoson Youth Football and Cheerleading Association is to promote the physical, emotional and intellectual development of the youth of the City of Poquoson (and/or neighboring communities) by providing the opportunity to participate in organized football and cheerleading. The association will, at all times, endeavor to instill fundamental life skills in our youth. These skills include, but are not limited to, physical conditioning, discipline, and dedication to a commitment. We will emphasize safety and stress competitiveness and good sportsmanship. Each person associated with our league will represent the league, and community, in a positive and dignified manner.