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Mission Statement

LCFCA Mission Statement

To promote a positive environment in competitive youth tackle football and cheer, fostering character, athleticism, teamwork and sportsmanship.




In Memoriam of two great Coaches

Coach David Cox

Coach Cox was member of LCFCA from 1998-2015. In those years he was a board member and a head coach to many teams. Coach Cox made a lasting impression on everyone he came in contact with. He was a firm believer that no child should be left behind when it comes to little league sports. He devoted countless hours of his time to ensure that the league met its full potential. Coach Cox was a crucial part in establishing the first home field for the league to play on. He donated the supplies and labor, through the help of the company he worked for, necessary to have a functioning scoreboard. He was also a big part in making a smooth transition from LFA to partnering with LEYSA.

Coach Cox aimed to turn his players into champions both on and off the field. Teaching each of his players that school work and how they acted at home matter more than what they did in sports.

"We will win is more than just our saying in football; It's for life because life will test you like football, and you have to be tough and determined in both to win. We're Falcons and We Will Win."

Coach David Cox

Thank You Coach Cox for your years of commitment to the league and to all the young men and women whose lives you've touched.

Coach Darren Roberson

Coach Roberson was an Assistant Coach in our league from 2008 - 2010. He coached the 7-8 Falcons, 9-10 Steelers and the 9-10 Hurricanes. He was a member on our Board of Directors for the 2009-2010 seasons. Coach Roberson was instrumental in creating our successful 7-7 program which is thriving today in no small part to his efforts. He was also a valuable source of leadership when our league decided to part ways with LFA and form a new partnership with LEYSA. That partnership is still strong today due to his leadership.

Coach Roberson's biggest impact to the league came with the relationships he forged with his players. Many of those players still remember today the nicknames he would give or his crazy commentating over the PA at our games. It wasn't just his players that loved him, the cheerleaders would include him in his favorite cheer, D-D-D-Defense in some performances.

Coach Darren Roberson,

Thank you Coach D. for all you did for this league and all the people you touched.