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The Frankfort Square Wildcats is a member of the River Valley Youth Football League. The Wildcats was established in 1998 with the following objective: To provide the youth in the community a safe, supervised competitive football and cheerleading program while promoting the ideals of sportsmanship, team spirit, honesty, loyalty and citizenship.

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Pancake Breakfast and Homecoming
09/30/2022
Hi Everyone!    A quick reminder we have Pancake...
Newsletter 9/28/22
09/28/2022
Wildcats Newsletter 9/28/22 Sponsored by our friends at Gas N...
Newsletter 9/21/22
09/21/2022
Wildcats Newsletter 9/21/22 Sponsored by our friends at Gas N...
Concussion Protocols
09/13/2022
The Wildcats Organization makes every effort to provide a safe sporting...
Injury Care
09/06/2022
The doctors, physical therapists, and athletic trainers at Integrated...
Additional Volunteer Spots
08/24/2022
Please use the following link to register for volunteer duties at...
Volunteer Signup
08/15/2022
Please use the link below to sign up for volunteering activities....
2022 Camp
07/14/2022
Thank you to all of the kids and their parents for helping make the...
Sponsorship Opportunities
05/23/2022
Want to become a sponsor? The 2022 Frankfort Square Wildcats...
Sir Grout
09/30/2020
  While we are sure everyone would like to be playing a regular...
 
Pancake Breakfast and Homecoming

Hi Everyone! 
 
A quick reminder we have Pancake Breakfast this Saturday October 1st between 8am and 11:30am. 
Please come out and enjoy the meal, much of which is donated by Chef's Quality Meats, thanks Jimmy Nakos!!! 
** A personal thank you to everyone who came out to help organize and walk with the kids this past Sunday.  They all seemed to have a great time and we had a great response from the community. 
 
Also, Homecoming 2022 is quickly approaching! 
Attached is an invite to our VIP / Alumni Tent.  Please share with any past Wildcat Alumni (Players and Families) and Board Members you stay in contact with. Encourage them to attend and pass the invite along to their peeps. 
As this is our 25th season we'd love to see as many friendly faces as we can get out there to cheer on the Varsity Team. 
We'll be providing some food and beverages for them as well. 
 
Go Cats!

by posted 09/30/2022
Newsletter 9/28/22

Wildcats Newsletter 9/28/22

Sponsored by our friends at Gas N Wash, Kevin Kaminski of Edward Jones, and Altorfer Cat.

The Wildcats headed west for our annual visit to Lincoln Way West to take on the New Lenox Jr. Warriors. But first we get a double dose of Flag football from Jim Dote…

Flag

*Thursday Night Football*

For those of you that were not able to view the Thursday night flag games due to the lack of an Amazon Prime video subscription, we have the re-cap for you! (I’m sure Jim will share his if you ask him).

Steelers 35, Bears 28

Steelers nation can rest easy as the black and gold finally find themselves in the Win column defeating the Bears in a back-and-forth game. Defensive stops are hard to come by in this league and the Steelers were able to make it happen behind their revamped defense. The youngsters up front gave the Bears offensive line all they could handle behind the great play of Carson McCann, Jimmy Dote, Freddie Pufahl, Gavin Kain and Nehvin Rana. Mason McCann and Colton Zylka kept the high-powered offense going, both finding the endzone for multiple scores. If the Bears playing at Soldier Field can stumble on a couple of wins, then certainly these Bears are due, this team continues to improve week over week only to come up a score short. Rylan Ferretti, Parker Santor and Willie Stallworth continue to shine while rookies Grayson Hix and Everett Yerkey are on the early Heisman watch list for the 2023 & 2024 seasons. 

Raiders 35, Rams 35

The game ended in a tie.

DJ Webb broke one loose on the last play to keep the Rams out of the loss column. 

Coach/Referee Holzer is under investigation for point shaving 

(Sunday) Steelers 35, Raiders 28

Holzer ref’d one hell of a game and coach Tom Kopin’s honeymoon is now over after running into the return of the “Steel Curtain”. The (state bound) Summit Hill baseball team made a guest appearance to cheer on their favorite defensive coordinator and the Steelers defense showed up with two huge 4th down stops behind the leadership of Lucian “Animal” Holder. The Steelers Linebacker Chase Fredricksen was attacking sideline to sideline, and the rookie had a breakthrough game. The offense continues to roll with a major contribution coming from two big runs by Jake Kelly. Mason McCann and Colton Zylka continue to terrorize defenses, both having another multiple touchdown day. Both boys gave all of the credit to the running lanes provided by blockers Henry Brown, Axel “Don’t call him Tiny” Brooks and Revaan Patel. The short-handed Raiders battled all game and Joel “the human joystick” Conde put up another huge offensive performance. The Raiders got some big blocking up front from Matthew Kopin, Chris Goss and Phillip Cherry. Jamal Bello had a tough task defensively but fought through an injury that inspired the Raiders to stay in the game having no subs in the second half. Despite getting their first loss, these boys still have a lot to be proud of.

 (Sunday) Rams 35, Bears 21

First and foremost, Ben Kovacevich intercepted a pass and took it back to the house for a touchdown. His brother Luke would also add a rushing touchdown of his own. If this performance doesn’t warrant happy meals from McDonalds then there is nothing right in this world. The Rams continued to fly on offense while getting multiple players into the mix. Cayden Mitchell recorded his first career touchdown and based on what we saw, it will not be his last. The defense came up with two 4th down stops on the Bears, who are still looking to get into the win column. Ryan Smith and Rylan Ferretti continue to show signs of greatness on the offensive side of the ball, Angelo Cameo and Gage Kuecher are proven winners in this league. It is only a matter of time before the Bears get rolling, especially if Connor Friedstat and Parker Santor keep up the intensity on defense. 

 

 

Tackle

SLW vs NL Warriors

Wednesday at Lincoln Way West our Teal team faced the New Lenox Warriors. They played a great first half, leading 18-6 going into the second half. Tyler Huber scored two touchdowns and Downtown Jack Brown scored the other. In the second half the Warriors made a few defensive adjustments and kept us at 18. And they scored two more touchdowns securing the extra points to win the game 20-18. There were some great tackles made by Gabe Stasulas , Jack brown , Ty Kobailko , Finley Laird , and Ray Hines.

 

SLW vs NL Warriors (9/2822)

The Superlight Teal team got the day started strong in the 5th quarter tallying three TDs and allowing none. Gabe Stasulas, Downtown Jack Brown, and Tyler Huber scored the TDs. Alex Heitner had a strong game at center for the Cats. The defense held the Warriors scoreless with Calvin Smith, Matthew Ilkanic, Ray Hines, and Huber making multiple tackles.

The Wildcats fell to the Warriors after a hard fought first half slipped away from them. Coach Nakos summed it up as, “Playing the new Lenox Warriors is always a pleasure and usually a battle. They are a very classy well-coached team that always show us respect and great hospitality. Our boys played a great first half losing control of the game right before the half ended. We learned a very valuable lesson that momentum is very important and can swing and control a game. Masai Reid scored the only touchdown on a big run in the first quarter. Defense played well and shut them down for almost two whole quarters, but lost control and we ended up losing the game”. The SLW team is back at work because no one is going to outwork a Nakos team.

 

Next up: back-to-back visits to Lincoln Way West to take on the Warriors on Wednesday at 6:30 and Saturday at 1:30.

LW vs HF Kings (9/24/22)

The Wildcats turned in their most complete performance in the Wednesday night league, crushing the Kings 28-12. The Teal Cats stormed down the field on their opening drive behind a long run by Justin Kaminski, stiff-arming two would-be tacklers to put the Cats in the Red Zone. “Dangerous” Danny Dwyer would punch it in on an end-around for the TD. The offense was right back on the field after Gavin Lorden forced a fumble which was recovered by Jack Kettering. Another long drive was capped by the first of Kaden “The Career Ender” Schlender’s two TD runs. After another turnover (fumble recovery by Sava Curry), the Dangerous One got loose again rumbling 57 yards for his second score. Jack Foley got into the action on the next drive sprinting for a clear 60 yard TD run which the Ref ruled down on the one-yard line (after review by the league office, the ref has been sanctioned and is subject to public ridicule). Schlender scored on the next play. The Teal line of Noah Paskauskas, Guy Mullen, Zander Howard, Blake Roberts and Declan Lang opened holes all day long. Roberts and Gage Dangman recorded fumble recoveries on defense, and Matthew Collins had a breakout game with 7 tackles.

LW vs. NL Jr. Warriors (9/27/22)

All in attendance expected this to be a tough game, and that is what they got. The Wildcats started their game with their most impressive drive of the season, running inside and outside with equal success. Will Holzer bounced off a tackle attempt on third down and long to extend the drive. Elliott Roethle fired through the left side of the line (Jabril Dajani, Jaxson Dixon, Andy Palmer, and James Bailey) for a TD. After a defensive stop, the Cats continued with their impressive run game which was capped off by another Roethle touchdown (behind Max Kettering, Aiden Lorendo, and Jameson Hix) and a 12-0 lead. Credit to the Warriors as they fought back and tied the game at halftime behind some elusive runs and an impressive passing attack. The Cats started on defense in the second half and forced a punt. Roethle fielded the punt along the Warriors sideline and sprinted to the endzone for a 50-yard TD and an 18-12 lead. Again the Warriors rose to the challenge as their quarterback dropped a perfect pass into the receiver’s hands to take a 19-18 lead. After the Cats gave the ball back to the Warriors, the defense appeared to have the Warriors’ back pinned for a loss in the backfield, but he broke loose for another score. The Wildcats had a chance to tie the game after a Lorendo sack on 4th down gave the Cats’ possession in Warriors territory, but their defense held for a 25-18 Warriors victory. A tough loss for the Cats, but they need to get ready to face the crosstown Falcons.

Next Up: Wednesday 9/28/22 at 6:00 PM at LWN against the Orland Park Pioneers and Sunday at home against the Falcons at 12:00 PM.

 

 

JV vs HF Kings (9/21/22)

 

JV played to a 6-6 tie on Wednesday night to keep their undefeated season alive at 2-0-2.   The Defense was let by Mason Reid, Dylan Clendenning, and Dino Dajani who all had sacks.  The Kings were held to roughly 30 totals yards and that included a 60 yard TD run.  The Offense was led on the ground by Dylan Clendenning.  The Wildcat score came on a 4th and goal pass by QB Luke Drexel to Evan Stewart.  The tie leaves the Cats in playoff contention in the Wednesday league with a battle against the Pioneers on deck.

 

JV vs. NL Jr. Warriors (9/24/22)

 

JV's weekend game against the Warriors didn't go as planned as they lost 38-0.  Ryan Manzke and Hunter Clendenning led the team in tackles while Beckett Lough recovered a fumble.  But the weather was nice!

 

Next Up: Wednesday 7:00 PM at LWN vs the OP Pioneers and Sunday at home against the Tinley Park Bulldogs at 2:00  PM.

Varsity vs NL Jr. Warriors (9/21/22)

The Wildcats gave the Warriors a sneak preview of what to expect on Saturday, shutting out the Warriors 12-0. The Wednesday Night Cats have pitched three shutouts in their four games! Luke Ingram led the offense with two TDs, one on the ground (6-yard run) and one through the air (a 23-yard pass from Justin Les).

 

Varsity vs NL Jr. Warriors (9/24/22)

Looking to salvage a frustrating day by the younger Wildats’ teams, the Varsity Cats overpowered the Warriors. Linemen Kaden Dangman, Tyler Kelley, Joe Petrassi, Shane Dougherty, Lucas Thielen, and Colton Johnson won the line of scrimmage all game. The Cats rushed for 200 yards on the day. Casey Mikrut scored a rushing TD and had a touchdown reception (17 yards from Eli Archbold). Archbold added two rushing TDs (5 and 13 yards), and Charlie Palmer showed his track speed in an 80 yard touchdown run.

 

Another shutout for the weekend team as well, 3rd of the season. Defense was anchored by huge efforts by Cam Stewart 1 sack, Logan Yerkey who was all over the field making tackles, and Aidan Cavanaugh who had a tackle for loss. Varsity faces their toughest test of the season as the Frankfort Falcons cross the Lincoln Highway for the Border War with the Wildcats.

 

Next up: Wednesday 9/28 at 7:00 PM vs the Jr Knights at Lincoln Way Central and Sunday at home against the Falcons at 4:00 PM.

News and Notes:

Congratulations to the Summit Hill baseball team who are Sectional Champs and headed to Peoria in search of a state title. Ten of our Wildcats players are on the squad and doing double duty this weekend (Aiden Dillon, Kaden Dangman, Luke Ingram, Nate Kaminski, Ryan Harris, Reece Kras, Landon Martinez, Evan Smith, Matt Ritter and Casey Mikrut). Congrats and good luck!

Looking for a way to keep your sons’ active after football season (and learn skills that directly translate to tackle football)? Registration for Frankfort Wildcats Wrestling is now open. Please visit fswildcatswrestling.org to register. Please note the Wildcats Wrestling organization is not affiliated with Wildcats Wrestling and Cheer, but many of the football coaches are active in the wrestling program as well. Please contact Josh Theiss at 708-287-5674 with any questions.

Public Service Announcement:

From the Will County Coroner’s Office: Please watch your kids’ candy this year. There has been an influx of rainbow fentanyl; brightly colored pills, which look like the Sweet Tarts candy. Please be careful as fentanyl can be deadly.

Homecoming

Remember Homecoming is one week away. Details of the Homecoming activities are being communicated by your team coordinators. Hope you can all participate and/or support our boys and girls.

Teal, Black, and White Fight, Fight, Fight. Go Cats Go!


by posted 09/28/2022
Newsletter 9/21/22

Wildcats Newsletter 9/21/22

Sponsored by our friends at Gas N Wash, Kevin Kaminski of Edward Jones, and Altorfer Cat.

We were back at Homer (Again!) this weekend to renew the rivalry with Coach Drexel’s favorite opponent. But first let’s hear what happened in Flag football from Jim Dote…

Flag

After making every flag parent's day with last week's games being cancelled due to the rain, the boys were back in action and off to a very fast start. 

 

Raiders 42 Bears 35 

The Raiders’ Sam Holzer has entered the Heisman watch list. Holzer led the Raiders over the Bears with 3 touchdowns on the day in a game that lacked defense on both sides. Holzer is a free agent entering next year and remains focused on the Raiders’ success, despite the recent discussions with Steelers management for the ‘23 season. Don't sleep on Kooper Przysucha, this up-and-coming rookie also jumped onto the scene this week with 2 TD's of his own for the Raiders.  Unfortunately, more bad luck for the Bears but there is no reason to panic when you have Parker Santor, Ryan Smith, Willie Stallworth and Rylan Ferretti as scoring threats every week; all of them found the endzone in this week's loss. The defense will need to improve if these monsters of the midway can turn it around. Everett Yerkey and Connor Friedstat are 2 defensive players that the Bears can build upon, both having strong defensive performances despite the Bears giving up 6 TD's 

 

Rams 35 Steelers 28

The Steelers defensive coordinator Fred Pufahl is on the hot seat as the Steelers fall to the speedy Rams. It is usually not a good sign when you give up a touchdown on the first play of the game, such was the case for the Steelers on Sunday. The ability to grab flags was not on display as the Rams ran wild on offense behind DJ Webb , who found the end zone 4 times. Hunter Street also found the endzone on a run that spectators haven’t seen since Eric Dickerson wore the blue and yellow. The Rams did just enough defensively behind the play of Ben and Luke Kovacevich. A huge 4th down stand in the late minutes of the game sealed the deal for the Rams.  For the Steelers, "Zig-Zag" Zylka passed for a touchdown and rushed for one of his own. Mason McCann continues to stand out for the Steelers, finding the endzone twice  (1 receiving/1 rushing). With the offensive line coming together behind leader Sully Jensen, this offense should be able to keep pace with the rest of the league. If the Steelers cannot find a way to make defensive stops it is going to be a long season. Thankfully, Lucian Holder is keeping this unit together with his aggressive play. 

 

In just 2 weeks, Flag games have combined for a total of 34 TD's!  This has to be a record, but record keeping from Drexel, Palmer and Houk in years past is non-existent... so we will never know. We will continue to rely on these newsletters for the most accurate and dependable information. (Editor’s note: Perhaps Jim Dote should spend more time teaching defense at flag practice rather than disparaging the coaches who laid the groundwork for the dominant Wildcats defenses in the tackle program?)

 

Tackle

SLW vs Frankfort Falcons (9/14/22)

In Wednesday night action, the Wildcats took on a big Falcons squad and got back on the winning track. Winning the game 12-0 was a great confidence boost to the SLW Teal team! Gabe Stasulas took one to the house to start the scoring and was followed by Downtown Jack Brown for the second score. The Cats’ defense played amazing with the defensive line dominating the Pioneer’s offense. All eleven Wildcats’ defenders recorded a tackle on the night.

SLW vs Homer Stallions (9/17/2022)

Call Scooby Doo and the gang because every time we visit Homer there will be some mysterious calls. The 5th Quarter had the Wildcats feeling good with 3 touchdowns. Gabe Stasulas burst through the Stallions’ defense with two long touchdown runs and Tyler Huber rounding out the scoring for the Cats. Defense played well, allowing only one score. The Cats tackled well behind Stasulas, Jack Brown, Calvin Smith, and Ty Kobialko.

After the opening kick, the Cats’ defense stopped the Stallions forcing a punt. As the Cats’ returner headed into the endzone for an apparent TD, a mysterious yellow hankie appeared well behind the play and a block-in-the-back penalty negated the score. The Stallions’ defense stiffened the rest of the way, aided by Wildcat mistakes, and kept the Cats out of the endzone. The Stallions had two big plays to score their touchdowns (spoiler alert: these will be the Stallions only scores the rest of the day).Coach Nakos stated “Losing the game 12-0, we will move forward learning from our mistakes and grow from the experience”. Knowing the SLW coaching staff, I am sure they will.

Next up: Back-to-back visits to Lincoln Way West to face the Jr. Warriors at 6:30 PM Wednesday and 1:30 PM Saturday

LW vs Homer Stallions (9/17/22)

With no Wednesday game last week, the Cats came in well rested and ready to go. The Teal and White units got the ball rolling with a nifty run by TE Danny Dwyer taking and end around, reversing field and scampering for a 20-yard gain (although with the cutbacks he ran around 60 yards). Two plays later “Air Teal” took flight with a 60-yard scoring strike from Mason Shefcik to Jack Foley who stretched out to pull in the throw, kept his feet, and ran away from the defenders (a highlight reel play). Defensively, the Cats saw the emergence of LB Ahmed Kishta as he did his best Brian Urlacher (or should I say Elliott Roethle) imitation by making tackles all over the field. The Cats also recorded a turnover when Justin Kaminski knocked the ball loose from the Stallions ball carrier which was recovered by Shefcik.

After kick-off, the Cats’ offense had an interesting day. Although they seemed to move the ball well, penalties and dropped balls tended to slow their momentum. The defense; however, was dominant, shutting out the Homer offense. After a booming punt by Max Kettering pinned the Stallions deep in their own territory, the defense forced a turnover when Ronnie Houk blitzed the QB forcing a fumble recovered by Aiden Lorendo. The offense capitalized on the turnover when Roethle followed Kenny Ritter through a huge hole created by Jabreel Dajani, Andy Palmer and Jaxson Dixon for a Cats TD and a 6-0 halftime lead. It was all Cats in the second half as the defense kept pushing the Stallions backwards. The Cats drove quickly down the field for another Roethle TD (or so everyone in attendance thought, and which was confirmed on video), but a head-scratching fumble call by the officials gave the ball back to the Stallions. The defense held once again, forcing a punt. Pint-sized powder keg Bryce Westerberg fielded the punt, broke right juked three defenders and ran down the left sideline to set the offense up in the red zone. The offense turned the ball over on downs bringing the defense back on the field. After a James Bailey sack, Will Holzer jumped a slant route with a key interception. Roethle followed with another left side TD run. Zander Howard finished the Stallions with a sack (one of eight sacks by the team) preserving a 12-0 victory.

Next Up: Wednesday 9/21/22 at LWN against the HF Kings and Saturday at LWW against the Jr. Warriors at 3:30 PM.

 

JV vs Homer Stallions (9/17/21)

JV went into Homer (yet again) and pulled out a 6-0 victory against the previously unbeaten Stallions.  They won the battle of the trenches on both sides of the ball despite the Stallions’ substantial size advantage.  On Offense the line of Ryan Manzke, Adan Corral, Jack Weyer, Andrew Radziwon, Cayden Archbold, and Anthony Holder powered the running game to 20 carries for 130 yards.  QB Ryan Harris took a 53 yarder to the house for the winning score.  On Defense the line of Connor Clendenning, Colin Boyer, Anthony Holder, and Andrew Radziwon stuffed the line allowing the LB crew of Ryan Harris, Landon Martinez, Ryan Manzke, and Hunter Clendenning to make tackles at or near the line of scrimmage.  The Defense held Homer to  21 carries for 40 yards. Manzke let the team with 9 solo tackles.    Highlighting the Defense was a pick in the endzone at the end of the half by Luke Bourgeois that was nearly returned 100 yards for a Defensive TD.

Next Up: Wednesday 7:00 PM at LWN vs the HF Kings and Saturday at LWW against the Jr. Warriors at 5:30 PM.

Varsity vs Frankfort Falcons (9/14/22)

There was good news and bad news on Wednesday night as the Cats’ remained unbeaten in the WNFL, but they added a tie to their record after a 0-0 tie with the Falcons. In the defensive battle, Nate Kaminski had a great pass break up in the endzone late in the 4th to keep the game scoreless. 

Varsity vs Homer Stallions (9/17/22)

As alluded to earlier, the Stallions would not score in a defensive gem by the Wildcats. The defense had the Stallions in reverse all game allowing -2 total yards (I had more yards, and I didn’t play)!  Tyler Kelley had a fumble recovery and Eli Archbold had an interception. Defense was led by Logan Yerkey and Colin Phelan. Homer only had one first down the entire game. 

Offense was rolling again, amassing 318 yards of offense. Speedster Charlie Palmer had 8 carries for 132 yards and 2 TD’s. Archbold had 65 yards on 6 carries with a TD. Phelan also added a 5-yard TD run. Casey Mikrut had a nice 30-yard catch. No turnovers. Not even the refs could help the Stallions in this dominant Wildcats’ win.

 

Next up: back-to-back visits to Lincoln Way West to take on the Warriors on Wednesday at 7:30 and Saturday at 7:30.

It was great to see all the fans in attendance and glad the cheerleaders could perform their impressive routines on a dry field.

Note: Do you know what goes great with football? Popcorn! Our annual popcorn sales fundraiser starts this Thursday. Check your emails for details or speak with your team coordinators.

Teal, Black, and White Fight, Fight, Fight. Go Cats Go!


by posted 09/21/2022
Concussion Protocols

The Wildcats Organization makes every effort to provide a safe sporting environement to the boys and girls participating in football and cheer; however, injuries may occur. In the event your child has a concussion, the Wildcats will follow the CDC guidelines regarding return to play. These guidelines are included in the Documents section of this website or can be reviewed at the CDC website:  https://www.cdc.gov/headsup/basics/return_to_sports.html

Please consult your doctor if your child experiences any concussion-like systems and inform their coach or athletic director regarding the diagnosis.

Go Cats and Be Safe.

by posted 09/13/2022
Injury Care

The doctors, physical therapists, and athletic trainers at Integrated Physical Medicine have agreed to a
partnership with the FRANKFORT SQUARE WILDCATS. All FRANKFORT SQUARE WILDCATS athletes (football and cheerleading) and their families will have immediate access to first-rate injury care.


by posted 09/06/2022
Additional Volunteer Spots

Please use the following link to register for volunteer duties at flag games. Don't worry, additional activities will be released throughout the season. There will be ample opportunities to fulfill your volunteer obligations.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4aaca729a2f5c07-volunteer

Please note when entering your information into the signup genius please include your child's full name so we can track the volunteering (i.e. Mary Smith, Johnny Smith).
 
Also, if you cannot attend an event you signed up for, you must cancel at least 48 hours in advance. Failure to show for an event for which you registered will result in the cashing of one volunteer check.
 

by posted 08/24/2022
Volunteer Signup

Please use the link below to sign up for volunteering activities. Each family is expected to complete three activities for each of your children in the organization. Please contact your team coordinator with any questions.

 
Please bring your 2022 Volunteer Form (located in the Documents section on the website) and have it signed by a Board Member, Head Coach, or Team Coordinator to confirm completion of your activity. Bring completed forms to equipment return at season's end to receive your deposit checks back. I recommend taking a picture on your phone of the completed form in case the paper form gets lost.
 
Go Cats!

by posted 08/15/2022
2022 Camp

Camp photo

Thank you to all of the kids and their parents for helping make the 2022 Flag and Tackle Football Camp a success. Over 200 kids attended the camps, and it was a great kick-off to the 2022 season which begins July 25th. Kudos to the coaches and volunteers for their hard work running the camps.

Go Cats!


by posted 07/14/2022
Sponsorship Opportunities

Want to become a sponsor? The 2022 Frankfort Square Wildcats Football & Cheer season is fast approaching!  This year the organization will be celebrating 25 years since becoming a youth football organization in Frankfort Square since 1998. 

 

Click on the Sponsor Tab on the left hand banner of the website to view available sponsorship and underwriting opportunities for you to help us achieve our fundraising goals. We’ve created opportunities across various levels to fit all budgets. Your donation will help in allowing us to keep our cost affordable for all our athletes, invest in new football & cheer equipment, field maintenance, help pay for referee and official fees.

 

Our Frankfort Square Wildcats sponsors and underwriters will receive many advertising opportunities during the 2022 Football and Cheer Season. These advertisements will reach approximately 300 plus football & cheer families, as well as, hundreds of members from the public who attend any of our home games from the surrounding River Valley Football League.

Thank you for your consideration and generous support of Frankfort Square Wildcats Football & Cheer Youth Organization. We look forward to hearing from you! Go Cats!

For Further questions or information, please contact Julie Mikrut at 

Did you know that because we are a non-for-profit many companies match donations made by their employees to our organization? Click on the "Matching+Gift+Corporations" pdf in the Documents tab to find out if your employer is one of the many!

 


by posted 05/23/2022
Sir Grout

 

While we are sure everyone would like to be playing a regular season right now, our Cheer and Football Conditioning Camps have been a big hit!  Cheer is winding down but football will continue for several more weeks.  We want to thank Sir Grout for helping keep our kids safe by sanitizing all of our football equipment!  If you have any cleaning needs, check out their website Sir Grout or give them a call!