Tuesday, January 6, 2015

CYTF to Present Awards at the "Celebration of Youth Sports Awards Banquet" on Friday, January 23

Join several of the CYTF administrators, coaches, and players and their families as CYTF presents several at the second annual "Celebration of Youth Sports Awards" Banquet on Friday, January 23, 2015 at the Osage Center. CYTF will be presenting their Coach of the Year, Player of the Year, and Team of the Year at the ceremony.

You will need a ticket to attend and tickets are $10/adults and $8/child before January 16. You can purchase tickets at the Osage Centre or the Parks and Recreation main office at AC Brase Arena Building.

Click HERE for the Awards Banquet Informational Flier

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Dolphins and Giants Complete Perfect Seasons En Route to League Championships!

Both the Senior League Giants and Junior League Dolphins completed dream seasons at CYTF Championship Day Saturday by both going 6-0 during the season and both winning championships in convincing fashion.

The Giants used strong line play at the efforts of several players to spoil the Browns (3-3) hopes of a championship day by winning 36-0. Walker Daum and Tre Jones both scored multiple times to pace the undefeated Giants and to give Rodney Hurt his second consecutive championship as a coach.

The Dolphins came into the game unscored upon but gave up a long run to Steeler running back Chase Venable in the second quarter to cut the Dolphin lead to 206, but the Dolphin defense and offense, led by Clayton McClard, came back strong to finish off the Steelers (3-3). The victory was Coach Francis McClard's 4th CYTF Championship with both senior and junior division titles.

In the consolation games, an effective aerial passing attack from the Patriots (3-3) enabled them to easily defeat the Cowboys 59-0. Quarterback Sean Harold combined with several Patriot players to score in the game that was never close.

The Junior Division Eagles (2-4), behind great line play and effective running from Wyatt Dover and Bryson Thomas, defeated the 49ers (1-5) 30-6.


Thus ends the 2014 CYTF season. CYTF would like to thank all parents, players, family members and friends for the support during the 2014 season. A special shout out to out-going league commissioner Casey Sheehan as his term with CYTF ends this fall.

Casey has been instrumental in making CYTF the success that it is today. Casey had two kids go through the program and his countless efforts and hours of dedication have truly been evident. Congratulations Casey on 7 great years of involvement with CYTF!!!!!!!!  Its volunteers like Casey that make our community and program a much better place!


Sunday, October 19, 2014

Championship Day Set - Action starts at 9AM on Saturday, Oct 25 at Cape Central High School

The last regular season matchups saw the Junior Eagles picking up their first win, The Browns clinch a date with the Giants in the Senior Championship, and the Dolphins continue their winning ways with a convincing win over the Steelers.

Senior Division Scores:

Giants 8 Patriots 0
Browns 19 Cowboys 0

Junior Division Scores:

Dolphins 35 Steelers 0
Eagles 8 49ers 0

Championship Day Pairings
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Cape Central High School

Gates open - 8am (no admittance fee)
9am Junior Consolation Game: Eagles (1-4) vs 49ers (1-4)
10:45am Senior Consolation Game Cowboys (0-5) vs Patriots (2-3)
12:30pm Sponsors Presentation
12:45 Junior Championship Game Steelers (2-3) vs Dolphins (5-0)
2:45PM Senior Championship Game Browns (2-3) vs Giants (5-0)


  • Only CYTF staff can be on the field during a game. No parents may be on the sidelines during the game.
  • Pat Patterson Photography will have opportunities for pictures of your child during their game at Tiger Stadium.
  • The second team listed above will be the HOME team on the scoreboard
  • Concessions will be offered during the game.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Clarification on Browns/Patriots Tiebreaker Scenerios

Both the Browns and Patriots are 2-2 and playing this Sunday for a chance to face the Giants on Championship day for the Senior Division title. Tiebreaker scenarios are as follows:

1. Head to Head
The Browns and Patriots have played twice and each won once. So this one is tied.

2. Points Given Up (PA)
The Browns have given up 61 points through 4 games and the Patriots 73.

Scenarios for Sunday:

1. If the Browns win and the Patriots lose, the Browns move onward.
2. If the Patriots win and the Browns lose, the Patriots move onward.
3. If BOTH teams win or lose on Sunday, the tiebreaker is points given up. Right now, the Browns are +12 over the Patriots.
4. If The second tiebreaker is tied, the third tiebreaker is points scored. Right now, the Patriots have scored one more point than the Browns.

We will soon find out who moved on to face the Giants.

Dolphins, Steelers and Giants All Clinch Champ Game Berths

Week #4 was played in sloppy field conditions and some standing took shape toward the back half of the CYTF season.

In the Junior Division, The Dolphins continued to roll and have yet to give up any points. They defeated the Eagles 33-0 on Sunday to clinch the #1 seed in the division. The Steelers clinched the #2 seed and a date against the Dolphins in the Championship game with a 36-6 win over the 49ers.

So, the Junior Championship Division will pit:

Junior Division Consolation Game - 49ers vs Eagles
Junior Division Championship Game - Dolphins vs Steelers

In the Senior Division, the Giants (4-0) 0kept on rolling with a 50-0 win over the Cowboys (0-4). The Giants secured a spot in the Championship Game with the win. The other spot will be decided this Sunday. Both the Patriots and Browns are 2-2 and have beaten each other once. It will come down to this weekend. The Patriots will play the Giants and will need a win to be in contention for the Championship Game. The Browns play the winless Cowboys and they too need a win to stay in contention. If both teams win or lose on Saturday, then a tie-breaker formula will be put into play. the next tiebreaker after head-to-head is Points Given Up. These are still being calculated.

Stay Tuned as Championship Day pairing will be announced on Monday, October 20!