​Happy New Year Longhorns families! 

We have some exciting news to share:  the Cambrian Valley Youth Football organization is proud to announce our core football coaches are coming back this fall for another great season of Longhorns youth football!

Every season, as participants get older, some coaches move up with their kids and we bring in a few new coaches to become educated, trained, and certified in the art of teaching youth football.  This season we are again looking for parents who would like to become an assistant coach within the Tiny-Mite, Mighty-Might and Junior Pee-Wee age/weight divisions.  Ask any one of our coaches and they will tell you coaching provides a sense of pride when you see these young players learning new skills and accomplishing athletic feats that they once thought they couldn’t do.

What does it take to be an assistant coach?  It helps if you’ve played football before but if you’re athletically inclined and have a desire to teach this game you’ll do fine too.  Along with our other coaches, we’ll invite you to attend the local
Glazier Coaching Clinics this February 19-21, through USA Football you’ll receive football education, every year we attend the 49ers Coaches Clinic, and you’ll have the opportunity to get together with our other Longhorns coaches learning hands on concepts and techniques.

For more information on how to get started:  email president@cvyf.org and Steve Pekarthy will put you in touch with the coaches for the age/weight division you’re interested in, then you can attend some of the training, complete a background check, and once certified a head coach will confirm your status!

Our interest list usually fills up quick, contact CVYF today!

Ps.. did you know that every one of our Longhorns age/weight divisions made it to the playoffs last season?  And did you also know that not one of our Longhorns participants sustained a concussion?  Both true, come see how our coaches did it!​