Registration- 4th and 7th grade teams are no longer accepting registrations.
5,6 & 8th have limited spots available.
Must register by Aug 4th.
If you missed the main pickup, the alternate will be Aug 4th 4:30-5:30.
We have limited volunteers on this day so kids will be fitted first come first serve. We are aware 7&8th have practice starting at 5:30, we will do our best to get your child fitted in time for practice, however coaches are aware some kids may be late.
Forms needed. These forms need to be printed and brought to equipment pickup. We only need one copy of each form. All 4th graders and any new player will also need a copy of their birth certificate. No equipment will be handed out without all forms turned in.
If you have a balance it must be paid in full prior to equipment handout. No equipment will be issued without payment.
Raffle Tickets raffle tickets should be picked up at this time. All raffle ticket must be turned in prior to the first drawing on Aug 18th. Opportunities to turn in ticket will be during equipment handout and on August 4th 4:30-5:30.
Practice jerseys and spiritwear-Spiritwear is in and ready to picked up. Practice jerseys have not arrived but should be here by the first practice.
Weight: Official weights will be taken at the shed. Each child has only chance to weigh. Child may choose to remove all clothing except undergarments. Any child may be asked to re-weigh during the season at anytime upon the request of the board, ref, or opposing team. Once labeled a blue star, the child will remain a blue star for the remainder of the season.
4-6th grade players and Parents,
WYF Board has decide to leave the DCAYFL and join BCYFL. What does this mean for you?
Official Weigh in will be at equipment handout. We are no longer required to go to Madison College for a League Weigh in.
Games will be starting the weekend of Aug 23rd instead of Sept 8th. Games will not be scheduled Labor day weekend
Last game will be Mid October instead of Late October
Travel times will remain about the same
Game times will not start before 9am
Why did we make this change?
We felt BCYFL was more in line with our philosophy of player development and safety
Teams are created equally with minimum playtime requirements for each child. No stacked teams or A/B team creation. Slaughter rules will be enforced
2014 preliminary dates- Dates are preliminary and may change
April 7th Registration Opens ( register early for discount)
April 17th Informational meeting Badger Ridge Commons 7-8pm
May 30th Scholarship request deadline
June 15th Late registration begins $25 late fee July 17th Informational meeting Badger Ridge Commons 7-8pm July 23rd 7&8 and 6th last name A-L eq handout 5pm-7pm- no early pickups
July 24th 6th last name M-Z 4&5 eq handout-5pm-7:30pm no early pickups
Aug 4th 4:30-5:30 alternate equipment pickup
Aug 4th- 7th 7&8th evaluations 5:30-7:00pm Mandatory
Aug 5th-7th 4-6th evaluations 5:30-7:00pm Mandatory
Aug 11th- Regular practice begins 4-6th M,T& TH
Aug 18th week- Games begin
Aug 28th- Pictures
Questions? Please see New Players/Parents
Practice schedule 4-6th will have mandatory evaluations Tue Aug 5th-7th at St Christopher Parish ( formerly St Andrews) Across from the High Schoo K-wing 5:30-7pm
Regular practice schedule will resume Aug 11the and will be M,T,TH 5:30-7pm St Christopher Parish
7&8th evaulations will be Aug 4th-7th Fields behind Badger Ridge Middle School. Park in Admin building parking lot
Regular practice will resume Aug 11th and will be M-TH with the exception of game days which will be M or T.
Team selections will be announced the week of Aug 11th. We cannot grant placement requests
If you have any questions, please contact anyWYF Board member.
Wildcat Youth Football
PO Box 930363
Verona, WI 53593
The Wildcat Youth Football program is an organization run by parent volunteers which is open to all children entering 4-8 grades within the Verona Area School District. The immediate goals of our program are to: (I) provide each player with the skills and fundamentals to play the game of football. (II) to assure, to as great an extent as possible, a safe environment, both physically and emotionally, in which each player is encouraged to grow at his/her own rate.(III) To teach and model sportsmanship and respect coaches, officials, opponents and each other, as the players learn to enjoy and respect the game. *************************************************************