USA Football

Coaches Conduct Statement
Posted Jan 2, 2018

Coaches please check out the Coaches Conduct Statement. MYFA requires all coaches to sign this statements before being approved to coach!

1996 Inductees

David Hoyt - A past president, officer, coach and MYFA Executive Board member, David has been and still remains, an invaluable resource for all members of the program. Dave’s coaching techniques and his relationships with the boys are legendary in MYFA history. He serves as a continuing role model for all new coaches and their assistants. Dave continues his involvement in Metro Football by serving on the newly established MYFA Scholarship Board. Dave’s organizational and leadership skills are renowned, as the MYFA Board and Committees essentially operate on a Dave Hoyt designed system.. League equipment had always been stored in rented space that was unlighted, damp and crowded. Dave was troubled by the storage conditions, and became the driving force behind the construction of our equipment building. Despite being told by many, that it could not be done and we could never afford it, Dave accomplished the task in months with donated labor and materials discounts. We proudly welcome David Hoyt to the MYFA Honor Roll.

Dick Pohorsky - A long time officer and coach in the league, you may have also heard his voice on opening day reading the over 400 boys and coaches names. Dick, along with the other elite members of the MYFA Honor Roll, gave stability and guidance to a program that faced a long uphill battle in the early years. Dick was instrumental in recruiting many of the coaches and volunteers that still dot the MYFA membership today. Dick’s gifts as a mentor, leader and motivator, brought to a MYFA new level of excellence, all the while insuring the boy’s welfare was always first and foremost on everyone’s mind. Congratulations Dick on your induction in the MYFA Honor Roll.