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AYFAmerican Youth Foundation
AYFAmerican Youth Football (est. 1996)
AYFArmenian Youth Federation
AYFAfrican Youth Foundation (est. 2000; Germany)
AYFAsian Youth Fellowship (Japan)
AYFAustralian Yachting Federation
AYFAustralian Youth Forum
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Arroyo also featured for his nation in last summer's South American Youth Football Championships, competing against the continent's top sides.
The seventh-grader at Oak Middle School in Shrewsbury not only loves football, she has played it as the only girl on her team in the town's American Youth Football league and now she is helping to coach the game.
In addition to serving its clientele, SYSTEMATICS and its 30 employees are staunch supporters of several community non-profit organizations, including the Shrewsbury American Youth Football and Cheer Organization, which serves hundreds of the area's young athletes, Coley's Cause, which raises funds for fighting the orphan disease Fanconi Anemia, and the Tufts Health Plan 10K for Women.
Both England and American youth football talent-spotters have identified the Boro 18-year-old as a potential senior international of the future.
Northboro Southboro American Youth Football and Cheer is looking for individuals who are committed to supporting the development of youth and their communities by participation in football and cheer.
BOLTON -- The Nashoba Chiefs eighth-grade American Youth Football (AYF) team captured the New England regional championship last weekend with a victory over the Bridgeport Chargers in Meriden, Conn.
The Chiefs punched their ticket to the American Youth Football New England Region finals with a come-from-behind, 16-8 victory over the North End Providence 49ers in the regional semifinals on Sunday evening at Doyle Field in Leominster.
Unlike Pop Warner, which places kids by age and weight, the American Youth Football league places players by grade.
Youth Football & Cheer Conference under the American Youth Football organization.
The 10-and-under and 13-and under Clinton American Youth Football cheerleading squads both wrapped up their seasons with strong performances at the national competition in Florida.
CLINTON - Lexi Whitney, 13, of Clinton, is headed to California this week to cheer at the American Youth Football and cheer Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl All-Star game, scheduled for Jan.
CUTLINE: (1) The Clinton American Youth Football 10-and-under cheerleading squad members were (front, from left) Meaghan McDonald, Julia Despotopulos, Desarae Tencati and Julyana Romano; (second row, from left) Kiara Bigeau, Amanda Boisoneault, Gia Ciccone, Lauren Newell, Hanna Allen and student demonstrator Amy Snow; (kneeling, from left) Hailee Temple and Alison Mailhoit; and (standing, from left) demonstrator Sadie Despotopulos, Chanelle LaBossiere, Jocelyn Rossignol, Vashti Stanley, Aaliyah Brown, Sydney Kerivan, Bella Soto, Kelsey Houle and Belle Gemma.
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