2018 Standings and Results
Freshman: Click here
JV: Click here
Varsity: Click here
Click here for Playoff – Week 2 (revised October 18)
PLEASE NOTE: The schedule may change, so confirm the date, time, and location of your game with your coach before you leave for the field.
Click here for a list of NEYSA teams and a map of team fields.
2018 NEYSA Cheer Competition
NEYSA and Niagara Cheer Productions are pleased to announce the 9th annual “Fall Fest Cheerleading Competition” to be held at Niagara County Community College in Sanborn, New York on October 21.
NEYSA is a 2018 USA Football “Head’s Up Football” Certified League
Click here to learn more about how we’re working to make football safer for your kids.
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NEYSA MISSION STATEMENT
The Niagara Erie Youth Sports Association (NEYSA), established in 2014, is a youth sports organization created and managed to promote the wholesome development of youth athletes through their association with adult leaders. Rules and regulations are established to ensure the participants play in an atmosphere of safety with a competitive balance between teams.
NEYSA is dedicated to teaching our community’s youth through positive role models with an emphasis on learning, playing and enjoying the sport while instilling high moral standards.
NEYSA’s goal is to mentor our community’s youth by helping them become leaders and teammates and guiding their development into adulthood while stressing the importance of academic achievement and community involvement. NEYSA participants will learn to foster confidence, gain a solid sense of self-worth and learn to manage a balance between school activities, family and community.
Sportsmanship, teamwork, honesty, responsibility and self-discipline are among the traits needed by our youth to face the future with positive aspirations and confidence. When NEYSA leaders teach our participants positive lessons through sports, our young athletes will learn to live by the rules as they grow and expand their opportunities and have a higher expectation of themselves and those they choose to interact with, throughout their lifetime.
NEYSA is committed to providing a program that maintains the highest standards and promoting a fun experience for all of our participants, under the direction and collaboration of all participating organizations in our League.
2017 NEYSA BOARD
President: Ray Turpin Contact email
Vice President: Mark Ziegler
Secretary: Bill Casale, Niagara Falls Jr.
Treasurer: John Wright, KAT
Statistician: John Molly, Niagara Falls Jr.
Auditing: John Lloyd (Chair)
Scheduling: Mark Ziegler (Chair); Ken Genova, Grand Island and Dave McAninch, Lockport
Cheer: Lisa Finiki-Hitzges, TFC
Membership and By-Laws: Bill Casale, Niagara Falls Jr.
Co-op/Vendors: Joe D’Amaro, Cheektowaga
Social Media: Sean Becker
Powder Puff: Vacant
Document: John Molly, Niagara Falls Jr. and Bill Casale, Niagara Falls Jr.
Disciplinary: Shawn Williams (Chair); Mark Ziegler; John Lloyd and Bill Casale, Niagara Falls Jr.
NFL Flag Football:
Ethics and Compliance: Shawn Williams (Chair)
Commissioners and Representatives:
Blackrock/Riverside: Jim Rogan, J.T. Smith
Buffalo: James Mallory
Cheektowaga: Dallante Owens, Deon Thomas
Clarence: Tim Ryan, Paul Johnson
Grand Island: Ken Genova, Kelly Rosetti
KAT: John Wright, Chris Gallivan
Lancaster: Chuck Geary, Jim Chojnicki
Lew-Port: Scott Hoyle, Joe Niccola
Lockport: Dave McAninch, Willie Harden
Niagara Falls Junior: Ron Cirrito, Bill Casale
Niagara Wheatfield: Anthony Mathews, Mike Azbell
North Tonawanda: Kevin Luss, Jon DiVirgilio
Pendleton: Mike Argentieri, Brian LaPlante
Tonawanda Football Clinic: Dan Coads, Phil Shields
Town of Tonawanda Football: Dan Crangle, Kerry Riley
Williamsville: Russ Morley, Boomer Connell,
Wilson: Bill Atlas, Jeff Ernest
NFL Flag Football Coordinators:
Cheektowaga: Joe D’Amaro
Clarence: Jason Mueller
Lew-Port: Scott Hoyle
Lockport: Willie Harden
Niagara Falls Junior: Kevin Klinger
Niagara Wheatfield: Kristin Clark
North Tonawanda: Angelo Leo
Pendleton: Alan Spina