Learning is the cornerstone of our program, both on the field and off. Physical education, safety, nutrition, and lessons on how to apply the discipline and challenge of football to the classroom and beyond are incorporated in every aspect of the program. Coaches at AYF are more than just instructors on the field. These coaches serve as mentors and role models to help children excel in all areas of their lives. They are paradigms of good sportsmanship, strong academic pursuit, and strong character and integrity. Children who may not otherwise have guidance, are provided structure and a safe
haven to grow.
American Youth Football Academic All- American Award Recipients
NJ AYF Jersey Shore Conference Scholastics Teams:
Hunterdon Huskies 2014 Scholar Athletes
8th Grade - Madison DePalmer
6th Grade - Gavin Delgrande, Natalie Maltz, Austin McHugh, Alex Prata, Bella Reed and Sean Reed
5th Grade - Lucy Cornyn, John Perrotti, Ryli Stoker and Davin Wydner
Pictured left to right: Bella Reed, Madison DePalma, Natalie Maltz, Ryli Stoker, Austin McHugh, Davin Wydner,
Alex Prata and Gavin Delgrande. Not pictured: Lucy Cornyn, John Perrotti and Sean Reed
2014 Scholastic Team Award
The Hunterdon Huskies are also extremely proud of the 2014 Junior Pee Wee team. This team has earned the 2014 Scholastic Team Award out of all Junior Pee Wee football teams in the New Jersey AYF for having the HIGHEST overall GPA average! This is the first time Huskies have received such an award. Congratulations Huskies JPW - you are a true testament to excellence on the field, in the classroom, and in the community!