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INFORMATION SESSION 5/18/2014
» HYAA Football Mission Statement
» Life Lessons Learned – Coach Landolfi
» Safety
» Concussion Facts
» What have we done!
» More Information
» OCYFL Age and Weight Levels
» HYAA Coaching Staffs
» HYAA Youth Testimonials
» Questions
Our program is designed to introduce children to the
basics of football and to create an exciting
environment that allows children to learn and be
successful.
Our job as HYAA coaches is to have our children enjoy
football and play at a level that is safe for them.
Coach Landolfi – Hanover High School Head Football
Coach
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Leadership
Teamwork
Execution
Hard Work
Confidence
Concussions are a parents biggest concern. The OCYFL
has partnered with the CDC and the NFL’s Head’s Up
Football Program.
We are following their guidelines and
recommendations as our league wide policy
» A concussion is a brain injury – All are serious!
» Most concussions occur without loss of consciousness!
» Athletes who have had a concussion, at any point in their
lives, have a greater chance of getting another concussion!
» Young children and teens are more likely to get a concussion
and can take longer to recover than adults!
» Recognizing and responding properly to concussions when
they first occur can help prevent further injury!
» 3 Step Action Plan
1. Educate coaches, parents, and athletes
2. Remove athlete from play
3. Obtain permission from a health care professional to
return to play
» Be ready for an emergency
» Ensure safer play
» Recondition Helmets
» Concussion training for coaches
» Parent and athlete information sheet
» Build the science
» Focus on Education
» Manage the Return to play
» Riddell Helmet Reconditioning:
http://www.riddell.com/reconditioning
» CDC Report that includes lessons learned:
www.cdc.gov/concussion/policies.html
» Concussion Training for Coaches:
www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/online training.html
» Parent and Athlete Information Sheet:
www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/online training.html
Minimite Level - Max weight 105, must be in 2nd Grade
Mite Level – Maximum Weight 105
» D1 – under 10 as of July 1, 2014 (Typically 4th Grade)
» D5 – under 9 as of July 1, 2014 (Typically 3rd Grade)
Peewee Level – Maximum Weight 130
» D1 – under 12 as of July 1, 2014 (Typically 6th Grade)
» D5 – under 11 as of July 1, 2014 (Typically 5th Grade)
Midget Level – Maximum Weight 160
» D1 – under 15 as of July 1, 2014 (Typically 8th Grade)
» D5 – under 13 as of July 1, 2014 (Typically 7th Grade)
Notes:
1. Maximum Weight on Official Weigh-in Day to play in Game 1. Each player is allowed one pound increase per week.
2. All Mite Players must be a least 7 years of age by September 1, 2014
» Within each Division, Hanover intends to operate
two (2) teams
» Each Team will have scheduled Varsity Games and
scheduled Jr Varsity Games.
» Varsity Games are typically played on Sundays, Jr
Varsity Games are typically played on Saturday
mornings
» Minimites – Warren Boutin
» Mites D5 – Paul Moody
» Mites D1 – Kevin Segalla
» Peewees D5 – Paul Armstrong
» Peewees D1 – Rich Rocci
» Midgets D5 – Jim Wardwell
» Midgets D1 – Kevin McLeod
» 2013 Captains
˃ Dean Prouty
˃ Chris Rozinski
» 2014 Captains
˃ Seamus Boutin
˃ Steve Cockey

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