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Football Information

Join us for our 27th year of outstanding youth football! 


Tackle Football for Ages 5 to 14.
 No tryouts or cuts! Everyone makes the team and everyone plays!


Registration fee includes the following for each player:
  • Certified Riddell Helmet
  • Chin strap
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Rib Protection
  • Home Game Jersey With Players Name on Back
  • Away Game Jersey
  • Practice Jersey
  • Game Pants With Belt
  • Seven-Piece Pants Pad Set
  • Mouth Guard 

2018 LEVELS OF PLAY (please note that some levels may not be filled)


Age (as of July 31st

Max Weight


5 & 6 



6 & 7 

 95 lbs 


7 & 8

 105 lbs


8 & 9 


  110 lbs  


9 & 10

 125 lbs  


10 & 11 


 140 lbs


11 & 12


 140 lbs  


12 & 13 


 165 lbs


13 & 14


* Instructional Division

All levels with weight limits may stripe players over the weight limit


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Heads Up Football is a USA Football initiative to make our sport better and safer. It is a comprehensive array of resources, programs and applications to advance player health and safety through education and nationally endorsed standards.

Heads Up Football ensures that every coach is thoroughly trained in fundamental aspects of football safety, injury prevention and injury recognition. That's why one of the key features of our program is Coach Certification - using the only nationally accredited courses in the sport with content created by football experts and heath professionals It is available for all our youth coaches at

             Urban Meyer






My son plays youth football, and the No. 1 thing we taught him is safety. I think Heads Up Football is tremendous. It’s a critical part of our game. It’s something we take very serious as college coaches, and I obviously take very serious as a dad of a child playing football.

Urban Meyer, Head Coach
Ohio State (Big Ten)

 David Shaw

The biggest thing for me, the impact of USA Football on the youth level, is allowing parents to say, 'You know what? My children are being taught by someone who knows what they are doing.' The coach has been certified. He knows how to teach the game, so the kids can play the game the right way – a safer way.

David Shaw, Head Coach
Stanford (Pac-12)