2018 Football Registration

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Max Lampe

Sunday, March 18, 2018

SFX Alumni Featured - Max Lampe

Please take a moment to read about how football has affected Max's life, read more at https://youth1.com/football/max-lampe-seeks-sizable-success

2017 Timeline

Friday, August 18, 2017

August 7th First Practice of Heads-up  skills and drills St Francis Xavier football fields.
   All teams 5:30pm to 6:45pm  Monday Tuesday Wednesday (August 7th, 8th 9th) 
 
On Thursday and Friday August 10th/11th we will break into each grade team.
 
Parent meeting will be August 9th for 8th grade and 7th grade at 6:00 pm SFX fellowship hall.
 
Parent Meeting will be August 10th for 6th, 5th,and 4th grade at 6:00 pm SFX fellowship hall.
All Players receive a SFX Football team T-Shirt.
We will have Spirit Wear available - forms are being finalized. (This is football specific spirit wear.)  
(USA Heads-Up Player Safety Coach Kirk Peterson will cover Heads-Up Football information  at these meetings.)
 
August 14th thru 18th Practice 5:30pm to 7:00pm All Teams 
August 18th Youth Football Night at Middleton Varsity Game   ( more details to come)
August 21st 5th and 6th Grade scrimmage at Our Home Game field 6:00 pm vs. Sauk Prairie
August 22nd  Tailgate Cookout 6th and 8th grade teams at SFX Patio Fellowship Hall  
August 23rd All Teams Photo Night  (Full Game Gear All Players)  Starts w/ 8th Grade 4:30;  6th Grade team 5:00; 5th Grade team at 5:30
August 24th Tailgate Cookout   5th Grade Team at SFX Patio Fellowship Hall
August 26th First game for 5th and 6th Grade Games   (opponents and location to be announced)
August 29th First game 8th Grade Home vs. Verona 1 at 5:30pm
August 31st No Practice for all teams - Back to School Night at St. Francis Xavier and Glacier Creek Schools
 
Sept. 5th First Day of School
 
Complete game schedule will be published when they became available. 
 
St Francis Xavier Sweepstakes - Return Ticket Stubs by August 30th. If you would like more info on our Fundraiser please ask 
and yes we have more tickets available for you to sell.   Contact Tom Murphy for more.

FireFan!

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Hello Everyone,

St Francis Xavier Youth Football would like to thank you all for your support of the team and the community.  As a thank you for your support, and to ask for your continued support, we would like you to pre-register to download a FREE Interactive Professional Sports App Game. We have been given the opportunity to provide this sports app game as a fundraising effort.  This Interactive Professional Sports App Game will allow anyone to engage with their favorite professional sports teams and leagues.  

We only ask that you use the link below to pre register to download the professional sports app game for FREE, share this link with all of your friends over all of your social media handles, and download the game when its launched at the end of this month, and play for FREE.  This will help our program to continue to provide for the kids who participate in the sport, and in our community as a whole.

It takes 1 minute to pre register using the link below, it's totally FREE, and it helps our kids.

Link to Pre-Register and Share

1 minute video of how the FREE Interactive Professional Sports App Game will look like: FireFan Promo Video


Thank you so very much for your support in this!
St Francis Xavier Youth Football

P.S.  Even if you are not into sports at all, please pre-register for FREE and Share.  Thank you again!

Green Bay Packers Recognize Tom Murphy

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

This article, written by John Donaldson, was originally published Thursday, January 6, 2011 in the News-Sickle-Arrow. Reprinted with permission.

Tom MurphyTom Murphy, director for the St. Francis Xavier football program, has been named a recipient of the Green Bay Packers Community Quarterback Award.

Because of Murphy's selection, St. Francis football will receive a $1000 grant from the Packers organization. Murphy is one of just 20 nominees selected for this award.

The 20 recipients will be honored at a recognition luncheon on Wednesday, Feb. 2. The luncheon will take place at the Legends Club at Lambeau Field.

Murphy, Packer fan that he is, is no doubt hoping the luncheon is postponed. The e-mail from the Packers organization, authored by Bobbi Jo Eisenreich, indicates, "Please note that in the event the Green Bay Packers advance to Super Bowl XLV, this luncheon will be rescheduled."

"We can have it another time," chuckled Murphy.

Murphy was nominated by Patty Loew, who describes herself as a "Former Football Mom". She first met Murphy when her oldest son – now a college sophomore – was 12. Since then she's had another son go through the St. Francis program, and her husband was a coach with the organization.

"Tom is the first one on the field and the last one to leave," wrote Loew of Murphy. "He's a humble man who deflects compliments about St. Francis Xavier Football onto the parents, coaches and players. He has influenced thousands of children with his gifts of time and energy."

When Murphy took over the St. Francis Orioles in 1991, there were 23 players on one team. This year, there were 227 boys and girls on ten teams.

"I believe the success of the high school program is directly attributable to the youth program Tom Murphy has built in Cross Plains," added Loew.

True to Loew's characterization, Murphy says he is humbled by the award.

"It's way past my expectations," he said Monday night, shortly after learning about the honor. "I never thought my volunteerism would reach something like this."

Murphy admits this award is especially significant to him because it is coming from the Green Bay Packers.

"Very much so," he said. "What the Packers do for youth sports is fantastic. They reach out in many different directions and I think it's great what they try to accomplish within the state."

Murphy said the money will be put to good use. St. Francis for the past several years has been raising funds to finish off its new athletic field, which is nearing completion.

“It takes a lot of work and a lot of people and obviously, donations are important all around,” he said.

Cecil Martin Football Camp at SFX

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The camp was a success! Thanks to all the volunteer coaches, the athletes, and all those behind the scenes that made the camp possible.

St. Francis Xavier Football on Wisconsin Public Telvision

Thursday, November 26, 2009

WPT's In Wisconsin profiles the St. Francis Football program. Watch it online!

It's the little Catholic School that could. It has 200 kids that play football and that's the same as the entire population of the school. The program has such a great reputation kids from all over the area come to play for St. Francis Xavier in Cross Plains. They have a rich tradition of sportsmanship and winning. It's viewed as a feeder program for the perennial powerhouse Middleton High School Football Cardinals. One of their players has even gone pro. Patty Loew reports on the secret to their success.