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Registrations Fall 2016 Football Season

Registration window for the 2016 Fall FOOTBALL Season is now open

  • Registrations fees
    • Tackle $80
    • Flag $50
  • Each team will have a team fee that is seperate from the League Registration fee.  Any payment made on-line or by mail for the league registration fee will be deducted from the team fees.
  • This registrations is for new families to the league and returning families.

Registrations Fall 2016 Cheer Season

Registration window for the 2016 Fall Season is now open

  • Registrations fees
    • Cheer $50
  • Each team will have a team fee that is separate from the League Registration fee.  Any payment made on-line or by mail for the league registration fee will be deducted from the team fees.
  • This registrations is for new families to the league and returning families.

Heat and Hydration Preparation

How Can You Prevent Exertional Heat Related Illnesses? 

The North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association developed an Inter-Association Task Force on Exertional Heat Illnesses position statement. Some recommendations on how to prevent exertional heat related illness include: 
 

  • When exercising in high heat and humidity, rest 10 minutes for every hour and change wet clothing frequently.
  • Avoid the midday sun by exercising before 10 a.m. or after 6 p.m., if possible.
  • Use a sunscreen with a rating of SPF-15 or lower dependent upon skin type. Ratings above SPF-15 can interfere with the skin’s thermal regulation.
  • Wear light-weight and breathable clothing.
  • Weigh yourself pre and post exercise. If there is a less than a 2 percent weight loss after exercise, you are considered mildly dehydrated. With a 2 percent and greater weight loss, you are considered dehydrated.
  • During hot weather training, dehydration occurs more frequently and has more severe consequences. Drink early and at regular intervals according to the American College of Sports Medicine. The perception of thirst is a poor index of the magnitude of fluid deficit. Monitoring your weight loss and ingesting chilled volumes of fluid during exercise at a rate equal to that lost from sweating is a better method to preventing dehydration.
  • Rapid fluid replacement is not recommended for rehydration. Rapid replacement of fluid stimulates increased urine production, which reduces the body water retention.
  • Individuals involved in a short bout of exercise are generally fine with water fluid replacement of an extra 8-16 ounces. A sports drink (with salt and potassium) is suggested for exercise lasting longer than an hour, such as a marathon, and at a rate of about 16 to 24 ounces an hour depending upon the amount you sweat and the heat index.
  • Replace fluids after long bouts of exercise (greater than an hour) at a rate of 16 ounces of fluid per pound of body weight lost during exercise.
  • Avoid caffeinated, protein, and alcoholic drinks, e.g., colored soda, coffee, tea.
  • Acclimate to exercising outdoors, altitude, and physical condition. General rule of thumb is 10-14 days for adults and 14-21 days for children (prepubescent) and older adults (> 60 years). Children and older adults are less heat tolerant and have a less effective thermoregulatory system.
  • Educate and prepare yourself for outdoor activities. Many Web sites offer heat index calculations for your local weather conditions. 

Summer weather does not have to sideline your outdoor exercise regimen. The above suggestions can help you plan and find ways to modify your routine to exercise safely in warm, hot, and humid weather.



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Our Mission

The NSFYL is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of youth football and cheerleading by teaching sportsmanship, teamwork, fundamental skills and character building while creating memories and friendships in a fun, safe, positive environment with a goal of competitive balance to create a strong successful league.

NCAA STUDY OFFERS REVEALING LOOK INTO YOUTH SPORTS

SPECIALIZATION Many NCAA student-athletes, especially in sports like ice hockey, tennis (DI and DII only) and soccer, began specializing in their sports at what experts consider a very early age (e.g., before age 12). NCAA women are slightly more likely to specialize in their main sport by age 12. In Division I men’s athletics, soccer (68%), tennis (66%), ice hockey (55%), and basketball (49%) saw the highest levels of specialization before age 12. And across all divisions of men’s athletics, it was the football (43%), basketball (39%), and baseball (37%) players who wished they had participated in other sports growing up the most.

Upcoming Events

  • Jul
  • 6
Board Meeting
  • 6:00pm-8:30pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • TBD
  • Tag(s): Calendar 
  • Jul
  • 16
NSYFL Coaches Clinic
  • 8:00am-2:00pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • TBD
  • Discussion topics

    - Health & Safety hosted by Boost Performance

    -Rules and Officiating hosted by John Dehan with Call the Game officials

    -Drills and coaching tips - hosted by Coach Kevin Keeton and his staff

    - League news - hosted by the NSYFL board of Directors

           League expansion

           Marketing

           Spring 7 on 7   

    - Heads Up football - Master Trainer will teach current and new methods

     

    All who plan to coach in 2016 are encouraced to attend this clinic, we will discuss all the topics above and much more. This clinic will help prepare you for the season and provide you the necessary league information to make your season a great experience for your families and your organization.

  • Tag(s): Calendar 
  • Jul
  • 20
NSYFL Board Meeting
  • 6:00pm-8:30pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • TBD
  • Tag(s): Calendar 
  • Jul
  • 30
Meet and Greet Your Caoches
  • 11:00am-2:00pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • See your team page for loactions
  • The Meet and Greet is designed for all families to take the time to find thier practice location and meet the coaches.  The teams will hand out any information they deem relevant to start practices. 

     

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  • Jul
  • 31
Meet and Greet Your Caoches
  • 11:00am-2:00pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • See your team page for loactions
  • The Meet and Greet is designed for all families to take the time to find thier practice location and meet the coaches.  The teams will hand out any information they deem relevant to start practices. 

     

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  • Aug
  • 1
Practice Begins
  • 6:00pm-8:30pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • See your team page for locations
  • Each team will have an evaluation period of 3 days to select thier roster from the athletes who have registered for that team.  All releases will be made after the 3rd day.  

    Any released players will be offered spots on teams with availability.

    our gol is to allow each team to be able to select thier players and then find a suitable place for all the released players to participate. 

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  • Aug
  • 4
NSYFL Player Pool Meeting
  • 5:15pm-6:00pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • Oak Park High School
  • Each player who was released the night before is asked to meet at Oak Park where they will be offered to play on teams with roster availablitiy.

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  • Aug
  • 17
NSYFL Board Meeting
  • 6:00pm-8:30pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • TBD
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  • Aug
  • 20
Simone Tournament
  • 7:00am-4:00pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • Oak Park High School
  • The Tommy Simone Foundation sponsores the annual pre-season scrimmage for all NSYFL teams and guests from around the city. 

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  • Aug
  • 20
NSYFL Flag Tournament
  • 4:00pm-9:30pm CDT Ical_event_icon
  • Plesant Valley Park
  • The NSYFL and the PV Giants hosts the annual pre-season flag tournament at Plesant Valley Park.

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For all you High school football Results


Welcome to North Suburban Youth Football

Welcome to North Suburban Youth Football, offering Flag football for K-2nd grade and Tackle football for 3rd thru 8th grade.  NSYFL is one of the oldest and most successful premier youth program in the Kansas City Metro. Our mission is to offer the safest and most competitive youth football in the area. Our teams consist of local athletes at all skill level learning and playing football to the highest of their ability. Whether you are a novice or an experienced football athlete NSYFL will have a team or program to help develop your skills to hit the next level

  • We proudly participate in USA Football's Heads-up Tackling program
  • Each coach must complete the USA Football coaching certification
  • Each coach must pass a Safety Background check

We are confident that your child will have a good time participating in NSYFL football, you can be assured that we will do our best to prepare the finest coaching, the safest equipment and the best game-day experience of any youth program in the Kansas City area 


Did You Know

According to the 2013-14 NFHS High School Athletics Participation Survey, football is the most popular sport for boys at the high school level with 1,093,234 participants in 11-player football. Another 28,790 boys participated in 6-, 8- and 9-player football. In addition, 1,828 girls participated in football during the 2013-14 season. 


2015 Champions

Congratulations to all the teams that participated in the League Championship series:

The 2015 Champions for each division is listed below:

Competitive Flag: Central Sharks

3rd Grade Tackle: Northland Chargers

4th Grade Tackle: NorthLand Chargers

5/6th grade Tackle: Necco Raiders

7/8th Grade Tackle: Northland Chiefs

Division Champions

Congratulations to all the teams that participated in the Division Championship series:

The 2015 Champions for each division is listed below:

Competitive Flag - Leavenworth Pioneers

3rd Grade Tackle: Northland Chiefs

4th grade Tackle: Team NKC

5/6th Grade Tackle: Parkville Vikings

7/8th Grade Tackle: PV Giants