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Welcome to Central Loudoun Youth Football League

Central Loudoun Youth Football League was established over 50 years ago and continues to be a staple in our youth athletic community. We pride ourselves in the commitment to teaching our youth athletes the sports of football and cheer and instilling the character, commitment, respect and the camaraderie it takes to be a successful team member and person.

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2019 Report to Our Community
12/13/2019
Check out our Report to the Community and see how, with your help,...
CLYFL's Commitment to Safer Tackling Techniques
12/12/2019
Why Football Matters?
12/12/2019
A message from John Harbaugh, Head Coach, Baltimore Ravents
CLYFL Election Rules and Procedures
11/11/2019
The CLYFL Election is December 19th   Rules and Procedures   The...
 
2019 Report to Our Community

Check out our Report to the Community and see how, with your help, we’re giving young athletes the opportunity to play football in a safe and fun environment while learning values that will last them a lifetime. To download a PDF version, click here

 


by posted 12/13/2019
CLYFL's Commitment to Safer Tackling Techniques


by posted 12/12/2019
Why Football Matters?

A message from John Harbaugh, Head Coach, Baltimore Ravents


by posted 12/12/2019
CLYFL Election Rules and Procedures
The CLYFL Election is December 19th
 
Rules and Procedures
 
  • The election is December 19, 2019 between 7-8pm at Rust library. All voters must be present to vote and must be in line to vote no later than 8pm.
  • There is no campaigning within 100 feet of Rust Library during the election.
  • Eligible voters are parents or guardians of players registered for the Fall 2019 season, 2019 head coaches, approved 2019 assistant coaches, and 2019 Board of Director members. Each player has up to 2 voting parents or guardians and each parent has 1 vote. A parent with more than 1 child registered is limited to 1 vote. A parent with a child registered and is also a coach or board member is limited to 1 vote. A designated proxy may cast a vote, in person, on an eligible voter’s behalf if a voter is unable to attend the election. A league approved proxy document is available upon request by sending an email to Carl Opauski ( or ). The voter may submit the signed proxy document to Carl Opauski by email no later than 12pm on December 19, 2019. After that time, the designated proxy must have the proxy document signed and in hand at the time of voting.
  • Upon arrival, voters check-in and receive a paper ballot. Voters must circle one candidate for each open board position. Write-in candidates will not be counted. The positions up for election in the odd years and the candidates for those positions who announced their candidacy to the Board of Directors by the end of day, December 5 2019, are listed on the ballot. Completed ballots are placed in a box.
  • At 8pm, the election closes. Two board members not running for an open board position count the ballots. Voters may stay for the count. The election is decided by majority vote.
  • Carl Opauski, CLYFL President, announces the election results to the CLYFL community by email.
Candidates

.Vice-President
Rob Noll
Greg Walker

Treasurer
Justin Martin
John Taliaferro

Director of Public Relations
JD Fillipone
Erin Hager

Director of Football
Matt Eldridge
Steven Grimes

Director of Cheerleaders
Brittany Luce
Brittany Rose
 
Director of Developmental Football
Drew Manning

Director of Corporate Development
Alan Siek

Director of Equipment and Supplies
Josh Colebank
Billy Connors

by posted 11/11/2019
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