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Farmington Orange Tigers Pee Wee Team

 

We are a team that plays for the Rochester Youth Football / Cheerleading League (RYFL) and are proudly sponsored by the Farmington Boys and Girls 500 Club. We joined the Rochester Youth Football League in 2011. Since we do not have a middle school team in Farmington yet, our players can go on to play or cheer for the Little Red Raiders when they hit 7th or 8th grade, or if they do not make weight requirements set forth by the RYFL. They can then play for Farmington High School. Our practices are in Farmington, but our games are in Rochester at Roger Allen Park on Chestnut Hill Rd. .

 

There are 8 teams in the league comprised of children from Rochester, Farmington, and the surrounding communities. Each team plays 8 regular season games with the top 4 teams advancing to a play-off for the championship game. While it is nice to win, our PRIMARY GOAL is to teach the basic fundamentals of football so the children can advance to the next level of the game with a good foundation to build on.

 

 

Each team has an A & B team. The A team consists of the older, heavier, and more experienced players, generally 12, 11, and occasionally 10 year olds. The B team is comprised of newer, smaller players, generally 10, 9, 8, and 7 years old. Each plays a separate game. With the exception of disciplinary actions, every child plays every game. There are NO bench warmers. Our team has 7 coaches who will be certified by Coach Smart, as are all coaches in the league. .

 

Games will usually be on Sundays (either from 10-12, 12-2, or 2-4 pm). We will be playing at least one game “under the lights” on either a Wednesday night or Thursday night.

 


WhatIsComing Up?

Home Game on 11/01 at 10 AM

 

Sign-Ups for 2015 will be held at the Paulson Rd facility in Farmington. Dates TBA later and you can contact Head Coachand Football Director Duane Hersom for more information.

 

Cost:The cost for players is $90, which includes $30.00 in prepaid Calendars. For a second child, cost is $80, with $30 for calendars… A third child would be $70…

 

Conditioning Camp:No pads, no contact, just conditioning. All players are welcome to participate in the conditioning camp to be held at Roger Allen Park (or, if field permitting, in Farmington). This preseason camp will begin to develop the core strength and endurance needed toget the player acclimated tothe first two weeks of fullpractice.

 

Dates to be announced closer to the season.

Football Director:
Jason Thompson
Head Coach:
Jason Thompson
(603) 973-2401
Cheerleading Coach:
Melanie Thompson
(603) 397-8089
If you’re curious to know the schedule or the scores of the games, or where the Orange Tigers fall in the playoff race, please check the website for the Rochester Youth Football League:http://www.eteamz.com/RochesterYouthFootball/
Draft:
There is no draft in Farmington. Players in Milton, Middleton, and Farmington should sign up in Farmington and will automatically be placed on the Orange Tigers team. For the two weeks following the draft day in Rochester there will be a two week footballcamp. Each evening the teams will begin practicing fundamentals, learning the game andfinding outwhat it is to become part of a footballteam.Parents and players should expect to have practice nightlyfor the first two weeks of practice.

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