Westfield Youth Football to host online registration

Westfield’s Shane Scott Smith (41) fends off a Longmeadow defensive player during the 2019 Youth Football Super Bowl at South Hadley High School. (THE WESTFIELD NEWS FILE PHOTO)

WESTFIELD – The show must go on.
For four weeks, Westfield Youth Football and Cheer will hold online registrations for the spring passing league and fall tackle football season.
“Kids will be starving for something to do because they have been robbed of spring sports,” said Westfield Youth Football Association President Troy St. Pierre, also noting that his league will adhere to state and local guidelines in place due to the coronavirus.
Parents are urged to visit the Westfield Youth Football Facebook Page or go online at for sign-ups April 27-May 10.
Online fittings will take place for registered participants June 20-21.
Westfield Youth Football produced three Super Bowl representatives in 2019. Two teams from the Whip City won the championship, including the Seniors who won their fourth straight title.
Westfield’s 7th/8th grade team is expected to travel to Las Vegas, Nevada later this year for a national tournament against teams from California and Texas, among others.
“This year’s ‘Seniors’ are motivated to compete against the best teams in the country,” said St. Pierre, who also serves as the team’s coach.
After not being able to play at Bullens Field due to poor field conditions in 2019, Westfield Youth Football is looking for a return to their home site this year. WYF is slated to play its passing season at Roots Athletic Center.
The annual WYF Golf Tournament is being moved from June to the end of July. A cheer expo will be held at Westfield High School Oct. 17.

The Westfield Youth Football Juniors enjoy a smoke-filled entrance prior to battling East Longmeadow. (THE WESTFIELD NEWS FILE PHOTO)


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