Youth Football and Cheerleader Programs in Wilton, CT
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Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions and much much more. Check back frequently for the latest information about our club.

PO Box for Mailings: WYF, PO BOX 173, Wilton CT 06897
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WYF & Cheer Apparel Orders are Now Available

Hi all,

WYF & Cheer apparel orders are now available.  Thanks, everyone for your orders.

Please pick up your order at Signature Style in Downton Wilton.

  • 72 Old Ridgefield Rd (next to Village Luncheonette)
  • Hours:  Mon-Sat 11-4


WYF & Cheer Board

by posted 10/19/2020

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Cancellation Hotline
Field Closure Hotline Number
Area Field Status
Cider Mill Softball - Wilton TBD (10/26) 
Comstock Soccer - Wilton TBD (10/26) 
Fujitani Field - Wilton TBD (10/26) 
Guy Witten Field - Wilton TBD (10/26) 
Middlebrook - Wilton TBD (10/26) 
Middlebrook Softball - Wilton TBD (10/26) 
Middlebrook Upper A - Wilton TBD (10/26) 
MillerDriscoll Fields - Wilton TBD (10/26) 
Affiliate & Sponsors
Field Closures This Season
Grass Fields closed   days due to weather.
Weather Policy

The athletic trainer and all coaches are to be aware of oncoming inclement weather.  If a coach sees a flash of lightning, he is to notify the athletic trainer immediately.  A flash-to-bang count of 30 seconds or less should be used as the minimal determinant of when to suspend activities- all athletes and coaches are to be removed from the field and seek shelter indoors or under the bleachers.  Lightning safety strategies include avoiding shelter under trees and avoiding open fields and spaces.  Waiting 30 minutes after the last flash of lightning or sound of thunder is recommended before athletic or recreational activities are resumed.  The athletic trainer will notify coaches when it is safe to return to play.

Flash-to-Bang Method:  Begin counting seconds after a flash of lightning is seen. Stop counting when thunder is heard.  Divide this count by 5 to determine the distance of the lightning (in miles).  For example, a flash-to-bang count of 30 seconds equates to a distance of 6 miles (National Athletic Trainers’ Association Position Statement: Lightning Safety for Athletics and Recreation).

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