Youth Football and Cheerleader Programs in Wilton, CT
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Fall 2019 9/10 Regional Allstars 

9/10 Regional
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9/10 Regional
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Head Coach
Tony Palumbo Jr
Head Coach
Chris Harlacher
Anastasia, Sonny Bernard, Henry
Brown, Alex (Captain) Campbell, Pearce
Corry, Brady Harlacher, Connor
Cretella, Charlie Helgesen, Zachary
Lane, Connor (Captain) Joseph, Adrian
Major, Henry Leary, Henry
Mercado, Nicholas Magner, Jaxx
Palumbo, Anthony Matera, Domenick
Viggiano, William O'Grady, Ryan
Young, Cooper Santosky, Troy


Fall 2019 11/12 Regional Allstar Team

Head Coach 
Jack Jagetic
Asst Coach 
Jason Katz
Ellie Smith Jack Bernard
Ryan Miller Ben Falvo
Noah Jagetic Sam Young
John Silvan Lukas Greis
Boden Davi Ryan Katz

Fall 2018 Regional 9/10 Allstar Team

5th Grade
Regional Allstars
Coach Tony Palumbo Jr
4th Grade
Regional Allstars
Coach Jack Jagetic
Ellie Smith (Captain) Noah Jagetic (Captain)
Ryan Miller Sonny Anastasia
Connor McAndrews Ben Falvo
Joseph Aversano Anthony Palumbo
Colton Smith Will Viggiano

11/10/18 New England Patriots Regional Tournament Results

Loss Scarborough 19 Wilton Warriors 0
Win Wilton Warriors 16 Meriden YMCA 0
Loss Clamp Kings 19 Wilton Warriors 12


Our Wilton Allstar Regional Team will be heading to the New England Patriots Regional Tournament in Leominster Massachusets on November 11th.  To compete for a chance to go to Orlando Florida and play in the NFL Flag Football Championships at the NFL ProBowl.


Competition Part of NFL’s Pro Bowl Week Celebration of the Football Community

Sixty-six (66) youth flag football teams will compete in the NFL FLAG CHAMPIONSHIPS POWERED BY USA FOOTBALL at ESPN Wide World of Sports from Friday, Jan. 26 - Saturday, Jan. 27 as part of the NFL's Pro Bowl Week in Orlando, FloridaGames will be played from 10 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan 26 and after Pro Bowl Practice until 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, Jan 27. The NFL FLAG Championships will be held at Pro Bowl for the second consecutive year as part of the week-long celebration of football across all levels.

Teams from across the country – 10 regional champions in four divisions plus 26 additional 13-14 Boys teams – will compete in the tournament. An additional five international teams from Canada, China and Mexico will participate in exhibition games. NFL Pro Bowl players and Legends will serve as guest coaches, encouraging the teams as they compete for the national title. The 13-14 Boys Championship Game will be televised on ESPN and ESPN Deportes, and simulcast on ABC on Sunday, Jan. 28 as part of the network's broadcast of the Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium. Divisions include 9-10 coed, 11-12 coed, 13-14 boys and 13-14 girls.

Teams qualified for the national championships by winning regional tournaments hosted by USA Football in NFL club markets. Regional tournaments were hosted by the Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Los Angeles Chargers, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, and Seattle Seahawks. The additional 13-14 Boys teams were chosen by the NFL team in their market.

The 66 teams participating in the NFL FLAG Championships at Pro Bowl will wear jerseys representing each of the NFL's 32 clubs.

Players and coaches will arrive Thursday, Jan. 25, for a three-day trip to Orlando to compete in the tournament. Teams are provided with hotel accommodations, meals, ground transportation in Orlando and tickets to the Pro Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 28.

In 2017, more than 400,000 boys and girls ages 5-17 were part of NFL FLAG Powered by USA Football, a fun and dynamic non-contact football experience for kids that emphasizes safety, teamwork, self-esteem, discipline and goal-setting.