Welcome To Hunter Football

Welcome to the Hunter Youth Football Program. We would like to express our thanks to everyone that volunteered during the 2017 season.  Our playoff experience outweighed our expectations.  We would like to thank all of the players and coaches for a great job in 2017.  All 7 of our teams reached the first round of playoffs which is remarkable and shows a great competitive spirit among our players and coaches.  Three teams advanced to the Championship Round (GridIron, MityMite and PeeWee).  Congratulations to the MityMite and PeeWee teams for winning the championship.

Moving forward, the Hunter Youth Football Board strives in its mission to make our program about the kids.  We want to cultivate an environment that everyone believes is special, something people want to be a part of as a player, volunteer, sponsor and fan.  We are committed to providing a rewarding experience for your sons and daughters.  We expect our student athletes to be leaders in the community and role models in the classroom.  I encourage our parents and community partners to get involved in our program for the 2018 season to continue making our program a success for years to come.

We have a lot of plans to make 2018 another successful season.  Registration Fees will remain at $300 with a Candy Bar Fundraiser to supplement your fees.

Our registration process has started.  You can register online and pay the full amount of $300 if you choose to not participate in the Candy Bar Fundraiser.  If you choose to participate in the Candy Bar Fundraiser, check back frequently or join our Facebook page to obtain the most up to date information.

Payment plans will be allowed again and will be processed through Zion's Bank for automatic withdrawal from your checking/savings account.

Head Coach applications will be posted shortly.  If you are interested in applying for a head coach position, watch for the link to be posted on this site.

Thank you again for making 2017 a great year and we look forward to seeing you for a great 2018 season.


Bill Searle

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