ATTENTION NCAAU TACKLE FOOTBALL CLUBS AND LEAGUES: Effective immediately, if "At Large" bids are to be awarded, they will be awarded only to the Texas Unrestricted Nationals.
NCAAU Tackle Football would like to introduce the newest conference to the NCAAU Tackle Football Family, the Powerhouse Youth Football and Cheer Conference. Keith McInnis Sr. is the President of the Powerhouse Youth Football and Cheer Conference and he is bringing AAU football back to the Triad. Keith was born and raised in High Point NC where he still resides with his three sons; Kj; Gabe; and Mitch. Keith has over twenty years in education and coaching and holds three formal degrees, BS (History), Master in Education, Ed.S. He has-been mentoring the youth for over twenty years and looks forward to building a Powerhouse in youth football. This may be PYFCC first year but they have a championship winning program in the High Point Steelers leading the way to a great 2016 season.
NCAAU welcomes PYFCC to NCAAU Tackle Football!!!
NCAAU TACKLE FOOTBALL is excited to introduce Jermaine Smith as the new Regional Director for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Region. Jermaine is the President of the Southern Football Conference and will be instrumental in overseeing the growth in the Charlotte-Meckelenburg Region.
Jermaine has a wealth of experience working with youth and athletics. He is the Founder/CEO of TAPS Inc., a non-profit organization in Charlotte, NC serving at-risk youth. Jermaine spent seven years from 1996 - 2002 as a player in the NFL, CFL and Arena Football Leagues. He has also served as an Assistant Coach in the High School rankings and a Head Coach on the Middle School level. Jermaine's goal is to prepare athletes for life beyond the playing fields.
NCAAU Tackle Football is excited to announce that the Xtreme Carolina Football Conference will be joining NCAAU Tackle Football for the 2016 fall football season!!!
The Xtreme Carolina Football Conference is a competitive youth football league founded and headquarter in Sanford, NC. The Xtreme Carolina Football Conference will be looking to make its mark in youth football by growing its championship football brand in Sanford, Fayetteville, and surrounding areas!!
Dedrick Petty is the 2016 Xtreme Carolina Football Conference President for NCAAU Tackle Football. Petty reigns from Covington, Georgia where he was a 3 sport athlete. He was a collegiate athlete at Methodist University & Fayetteville State University where he studied Middle Grades Education. Dedrick is a proven youth advocate who's passion is to empower young adults across the state of North Carolina. He is the current Vice President of the Lee Co. Panthers. Petty has 12 years of coaching experience (7 years youth & 5 years adult) that he brings with him to the conference. He has been the youth sports camp director for Central Carolina Community College the past 3 years. Petty is the current Vice Chairman of the Sanford Housing Authority Commissioner Board. He's a active member of the Council Of Actions & Decisions (CEAD)of Lee County, 100 Black Men of America & Fellowship of Christian Athletes Coaching Organization (FCA). Petty has 3 children Lauris (8), Dedrick Jr (4) & Sadiyah (3).
The Southern Football Conference represents Charlotte, NC and the surrounding areas. The SFC is in its 2nd year and is looking to bring the heat on the football field. In its inaugural year SFC competed at the highest level and walked away as NCAAU TACKLE FOOTBALL State Champions in the 6U and 8U division. SFC also represented the State at the National tourney in Florida!! SFC is looking forward to great 2016 season as they grow and bring outstanding competition to the gridiron in 2016.
SOUTHERN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
University Golden Norsemen
Queen City Hurricanes
New Age Panthers
Hammer Down Tarheels
West Charlotte Cowboys
XTREME CAROLINA FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Lee Co Panthers
Harnett Co Canes
Anson Co Mpact
Richmond Co Warriors
POWERHOUSE FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
High Point Steelers
Greensboro Jr Aggies
Guilford County Jaguars
Brick City Crusaders
ATTENTION ALL NCAAU TACKLE FOOTBALL CLUBS: If you have any questions or concerns about the upcoming football season please direct all calls to your Conference President or your State Director, Willie Kittrell. Any and all calls made to the National office are now being redirected to your North Carolina Tackle Football State Director.
If you have any questions about an athlete or non athlete AAU membership please contact Football and Cheer Administrator, Tinika Brown (336) 577-5341.
North Carolina AAU Youth Tackle Football provides a platform that enables children to learn about the values and ethics of athletic competition as well as the healthy aspects of physical activity in a safe and friendly environment. It is important that we help our youth recognize the importance of a strong work ethic, sportsmanship, respect for others and good citizenship
We are excited to begin our fourth year of AAU football in North Carolina. We are gradually expanding and adding new teams. We look forward to a competitive year of football across the state.
The State Director would like to introduce the addition of Devon Black and Sheila Brown to the 2016 NCAAU Tackle Football State Board.
State Director-Willie Kittrell
Football Commissioner-Terrell Easter
Cheer Director-Devon Black
Regional Director-Jermaine Smith
Regional Director-Dedrick L. Petty Sr.
Football and Cheer Administrator- Tinika Brown
Event and Field Director- Sheila Brown
Public Relations- Sherri Cannady
The State Board will work together to grow and oversee AAU Tackle Football in North Carolina.
Tackle Football Sport Director
Charlotte and surrounding areas
Fayetteville and surrounding areas
Dedrick Petty -770.354.7769
**All other areas please contact the State Director Willie Kittrell
The AAU National Football Committee has placed the North Carolina AAU Football Club on probation through the 2015-2016 season. In addition two of the teams from this club have been declared ineligible for any leagued based playoff or Championship.
The organization was placed on probation after an investigation of the rosters presented to the AAU National Chair, Keith Noll and the National office. The National office found several documents had been falsified including an AAU membership. It was also found that coaches did not have an AAU membership and falsified PCA certificates. The date of completion of some of the PCA certificates did not match what was on file with AAU or coaches did not have a valid date on file.
Please understand whether you are an independent or league based league your league is oversaw by the State Football Committee and must follow the following National AAU rules.
1. All coaches, board members, team mom's and athletes MUST HAVE AN AAU MEMBERSHIP NO EXCEPTION.
2. All coaches and assistant coaches MUST complete Positive Coaches Alliance. AAU periodically sends remainders that all coaches regardless of sport must complete Level I, II or II PCA. Please not AAU PCA records go back 5 years.
3. All athletes must compete with proper age group and age is based an athletes age as of August 1st. FOR INDEPENDENT LEAGUES ONLY Nationals at this time does not require DMV ID, however they require Birth Certificate for verification of age. The State will continue to require DMV ID and all league based leagues must comply.
Any person or persons found in violation of any of these rules will receive sanctions directly from the State or National Football Committee.
NCAAU Tackle Football State Board
6U Mooresville Bulldogs
8U Mooresville Bulldogs
10U High Point Steelers
12U High Point Steelers
14U High Point Steelers
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