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2015 D3 PEEWEE
SOUTHEAST REGION CHAMPIONS!
The Cowboys Youth Football Program is a non-profit organization located in Wesley Chapel, Florida that competes within the FYD TAMPA BAY POP WARNER CONFERENCE. The Cowboys were founded in 2002 to provide an extensive football and cheerleading program to the youths of the East Pasco County.
Our Mission Statement:
To provide the youth in our community with a positive and enjoyable experience in Football and Cheerleading.
To teach each child the values of participating in sports, yet still excel at their academics.
To teach each child the value of fair play, teamwork and competitiveness, both on and off the field.
To teach each participant the fundamentals of winning, while equally stressing how to act when they lose.
COWBOYS HOME FIELD
7727 Boyette Road
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544
All Cowboys coaches go through N.A.Y.S.,
The National Alliance for Youth Sports.
The NYSCA volunteer coach training program is designed to sensitize volunteer coaches to their responsibilities and hold them accountable to a strict Code of Conduct defined by the NYSCA Coaches' Code of Ethics
All Cowboys Coaches go through USA FOOTBALL CERTIFICATION.
The only nationally accredited courses with content created from football experts and health professionals. Give your coaches the best in coaching education. After completing an age-based course, coaches will earn their certification, receive a certificate, appear on the USA Football National Coaching Registry, and become eligible for coaching insurance benefits.
There are Seven Divisions of play, all determined by a strict age/weight scale to ensure safe and balanced competition.
|Age/Weight Division||Age(s)||Certification Weight||End of Season Weight|
|TINY-MITE||5-6-7||35-75 lbs.||79 lbs.|
|MITEY-MITE||7-8-9||45-100 lbs.||104 lbs.|
|JR. PEE WEE
|UNLIMITED||11-12-13-14||105 lbs. minimum|
In-Season weekly weight 1 lb. Weeks 2, 4, 6, 8 (Max. of 4 lbs.), additional 1 lb. at Super Bowl.
*The asterisked provisions in each division allow the so-called "older but lighter" player to also qualify. The last year of eligibility falls under more stringent weight restrictions, per above.
A child's age on July 31 is his/her age for the season.