June 6, 2020
Experts Share Four Ways to Start Mentally Preparing for a Return to Sports

Dr. Kevin Chapman applies his expertise as a clinical psychologist to those skilled in sports. “I played sports my whole life,” says Dr. Chapman, an all-conference sprinter and football player at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. “Once an athlete, always an athlete.” Dr. Chapman, who works with Louisville F.C., and Olympians, taps his expertise to help…

June 6, 2020
Children’s National Hospital Division Chief on Youth Tackle Football

The following was published by CQ Researcher on May 8, 2020, and written by Dr. Gerard A. Gioia, Chief of Neuropsychology at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. USA Football was granted permission by the publication to post this essay in its entirety for the health and well-being of youth football players and their families….

June 6, 2020
Experts Share Four Ways to Start Mentally Preparing for a Return to Sports

Dr. Kevin Chapman applies his expertise as a clinical psychologist to those skilled in sports. “I played sports my whole life,” says Dr. Chapman, an all-conference sprinter and football player at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. “Once an athlete, always an athlete.” Dr. Chapman, who works with Louisville F.C., and Olympians, taps his expertise to help…

April 19, 2018
Volunteer Requirement

  Volunteer Hours: There is a mandatory requirement for parents and/or legal guardians to volunteer a minimum of ten (10) hours in order for your child to participate in Coyote Creek football or cheer.

June 6, 2020
Experts Share Four Ways to Start Mentally Preparing for a Return to Sports

Dr. Kevin Chapman applies his expertise as a clinical psychologist to those skilled in sports. “I played sports my whole life,” says Dr. Chapman, an all-conference sprinter and football player at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. “Once an athlete, always an athlete.” Dr. Chapman, who works with Louisville F.C., and Olympians, taps his expertise to help…

March 27, 2019
National Pop Warner announces new changes for the 2019 season

Pop Warner Becomes First National Football Organization to Eliminate 3-Point Stance Nation’s oldest youth football program is also eliminating kickoffs in a fourth division and introducing age-specific programs. LANGHORNE, PA – Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc., the nation’s longest serving youth football organization, today announced that it will become the first national football program at any…

Coyote Creek Youth Sports Pop Warner

Coyote Creek Youth Sports Pop Warner is a non-profit corporation established in 1990. Our organization has been developing football and cheer athletes since its inception. We play and cheer in Peninsula Pop Warner. Our program is committed to teaching football and cheer skills in a safe and fun environment. CCYS Pop Warner enthusiastically supports the strong focus that Pop Warner places on maintaining a high level of academic achievement through its mandatory scholastic eligibility requirements and the Pop Warner All American Scholars program.

Philosophy and Goals of Coyote Creek Youth Sports Pop Warner

Coyote Creek Youth Sports Pop Warner prides itself on our motto “The Development of Youth through Sports”. We are keenly interested in the development of our players in all other aspects of their life beyond football and cheer. We recognize that for a large percentage of our children that their participation in Coyote Creek will be a zenith of their involvement in football and cheer programs.

We believe that the life lessons taught through teamwork and strategic thinking are as equally important as the athletic lessons. Working together cooperatively for a common goal, overcoming difficult obstacles, handling both success and failure with a positive attitude are key elements to becoming vibrant, well grounded, successful citizens in our community. We feel that the contribution of our program to the development in these areas is ultimately a true test for the success of Coyote Creek Youth Sports. We take great pride in the positive impact that our organization has made on the community.

We have provided youth football and cheerleading programs to several thousand children since our original inception in 1990. Our program has not only produced several NCAA Division 1 football players, but more importantly many productive citizens who believe that their childhoods were enhanced by their participation in our program.