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  • Travel Teams

    Massapequa Mustang Football is much

    more than athletes and coaches taking

    the field to play a game - it is a family.

    Mustang Pride since 1958!

    Our fans, support staff and athletes are all

    'Dedicated to Excellence' through Integrity,

    Trust, Respect, Teamwork and Loyalty.

    It is this commitment on and off the

    field that makes the Mustangs unique

    and assures that the long and rich

    tradition of Mustang Excellence

    will keep growing for years to come.

    Go to our Travel Teams page...

  • Town Divisions


    Our intramural divisions are used
    to promote wellness and allow players
    who do not compete on our travel level
    an opportunity to be active.

    Out goal is to provide the opportunity for
    every participant, regardless of his/her
    ability, to realize the joy and fun of
    participation in football.

    Click on the link below for more

       View Town Teams...
  • Flag Teams


    Our flag divsion provides young
    players a fun and exciting opportunity
    to engage in non-contact, continuous
    action while learning lessons in

    The program is designed to educate
    young people about football while
    emphasizing participation and
    sportsmanship. Players learn skills
    and lessons that help them succeed
    both on and off the field.

    Click an option below for
    more information...

  • Cheerleading

    Our Mustang Cheeleaders are known for their

    excellence with high standards and as always,

    safety is always our number one priority.

    Our cheerleading program teaches the importance of

    teamwork, diligence and responsibility.

    The goal of our program is to produce young people

    that have a respect for themselves, others, and the

    sport of cheer, and helps them be the best that

    they can be!

    More about our Mustangs Cheerleader Program...

  • Coaching

    Coaches are the key to effective

    personal, team and group


    With the Massapequa Mustangs we believe

    truly effective coaching occurs in

    the context of an ongoing relationship

    between the coach and participant,

    founded upon experience,

    mutual honesty, trust and positive regard.

    Learn about the Mustangs Coaching Philosophy ...

  • About Us

    Massapua Mustangs Youth

    Football provides the perfect

    opportunity for boys and girls to be in

    a structured environment that will teach

    young people how interact and

    collaborate with other people within

    a team framework.


    Youth Football Since 1958!


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Courage doesn't always roar.
Sometimes courage is the quiet voice
at the end of the day saying,
"I will try again tomorrow."
- Mary Anne Radmacher

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Welcome to the home of the
Massapequa Mustangs!

Massapequa Youth Football Since 1958

Teams from 5-13 years of age.
Safety First
The Mustangs are committed to the safety and well-being of our members and we are taking every precaution to keep our kids and their families safe during these difficult times.
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I am a member of a team, and I rely on my team. The name on the FRONT of my jersey means more to me than the name on the back. I defer to it and I sacrifice for it, because the team, not the individual, is the ultimate champion. I will go through hell and high water for and with my squad!!
July 5, 2020


July 4, 2020

HAPPY 4th of JULY!

"We must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately.” - Benjamin Franklin
June 23, 2020

Returning to play safely for our off-season non-contact skills and conditioning training

Dear Mustangs Families,

We are excited to announce that the Town of Oyster Park's commissioner, Joe Pinto, worked on our behalf to get approval from the Town to allow use of town fields for our non-contact skills and conditioning off-season training. We hope this is just the first step in our path to starting our season up in August.

It's very important that we return to the fields in a safe and responsible manner. If we do not, the fields will likely get shut down again. If you plan to bring your child to one of our off-season training sessions - you must:

Ensure your child is registered for the upcoming season. Unregistered players will not be allowed to participate. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Read, print and sign the attached guidelines and waiver. Hand the completed form to your coach at the first training session you attend. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM - Massapequa Mustangs - Non-contact Skills and Conditioning Guidelines & Waiver.pdf

We will be working with our Coaching staffs to schedule and communicate training sessions by Age Group. Please keep an eye out for communication from your age group coordinator. We will be starting with the 8 to 13-year-olds. We expect the optional off-season training for 5-7 year olds to pick back up in July and August (as we typically do every year).

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.
June 20, 2020


June 20, 2020

**NEW DATE** Long Island Youth Football Players Academy (Ages 5-10) and Next Level (Ages 11-14) Camps

We received an from the Long Island Youth Football Players Academy (LIYFPA), that they are hopeful that their non-contact football camps will be able to held, with the appropriate capacity limitations and other modifications. Their plan is to hold the camp the same week (July 6th - 9th) and same location (Cedar Creek Park). Refunds will be issued if the camp is cancelled.

You can find out more about the camps, and save your spot by registering online, at

Cedar Creek Park, Seaford, New York

July 6th- 9th, 2020 - 9am - 12pm

​Camp Price: $225.00 (Use Code: Super175 for $50 discount)

4 Day/ 3 hour Camp

Coached by

High School Coaches

Each Camper gets


Drawstring bag.

June 8, 2020

Preparing for the 2020 Football and Cheer season ... Update

We wanted to provide a brief update on some current activities under way as we prepare for the 2020 Youth Football and Cheer season. As we have communicated in the past, we are preparing for a full and regular season. While there is still a lot of uncertainty around us, we are starting to see more normalcy return to our daily routines, which is encouraging.

Here are a few key updates, and a few actions for you to take to help get the season started smoothly once we are given the OK:

FIELDS: We have had positive conversations with the TOB parks officials, and are hopeful that they fields will be open when our permits typically start on August 1st. We will continue to communicate regularly with the Town on this.

CAMP: We have had positive conversations with the directors of Camp Pontiac, related to the 2 night football camp that our Travel 10, 11, 12 and Seniors attend (and Travel 9 attends for a 1/2 day). Once they are given the go-ahead from the State, they will be welcoming group functions - with revised protocols and procedures. We will continue to communicate regularly with them as we lead up to our planned dates of Tuesday 8/18 - Thursday 8/20.

HELMET RECONDITIONING: We will be sending out our Mustangs owned football helmets for 2020 re-conditioning and re-certification. We have assurance from our provider that our helmets will be back by our August 1st start of the season.


NAERA (National Athletic Equipment Reconditioners Association), NOCSAE (National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment) and helmet manufacturers recommend that Youth Football helmets are re-conditioned and re-certified every other year. If you would like to have your personal helmet re-certified this year - we can send them out with the Mustangs helmets, at a cost of $40 per helmet. To do so, you must drop your child's helmet, and a check for $40 made out to the "Massapequa Mustangs," to 55 Fox Blvd, Massapequa, by end of day FRIDAY, JUNE 12th. Please make sure to LABEL your child's helmet using masking tape and a marker. Please write "PERSONAL" and "YOUR CHILD'S NAME" and put the labels on the outside and inside of the helmet. You can put the helmet and check in a bag, and drop off on the front steps.

REGISTRATION: If you have not done so already, please register your children for football and cheer. You can register for $0 down, and only pay when the season begins (expected to by 8/1). REGISTER ONLINE NOW

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us via email or phone ( or 917.860.9582) if you have any additional questions or concerns.
June 1, 2020

Mustangs Football & Cheer ... Register Now for $0

Dear Mustangs Families & Friends:

We hope that you and your families are safe and well during these crazy times. We are sending this message in an effort to be as transparent as possible about the upcoming Fall 2020 Football and Cheer season. To be clear, we are currently planning for a full and regular season. That would mean start dates of August 1st for Travel Football, Mid-to-Late August for Town Football, early September for Full Equipment Flag Football, and cheer leading starting in corresponding times to football.

Obviously, much of the decision behind whether or not we can start on time is outside of our control. At this point there are so many unknowns, and we are playing it day-to-day, and week-to-week. As soon as youth sports in Nassau County are allowed to begin, we will start. If that is before August 1st, we will start back up with our off-season training.

We do need your help so we are ready and prepared. If your child plans to play in the Fall, PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE NOW. You can register now at NO COST, and registration fees will only be collected when the season starts. As has always been the case, consistent with our Mission, we believe that all children should be afforded the opportunity to play football. Any and all requests for financial need scholarships, which can be made when you register online, will be handled discreetly.

We understand that the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has presented many challenges for members of the Mustangs family, including financial difficulties. With all that is going on in the world, I am sure that there are many things that are just not top-of-mind at the moment — registering and paying for your child to play football or cheer in the Fall should not be one of them. Many families are suffering from the loss of loved ones, the loss of income, and general anxieties due to self-isolation. Some families are struggling to make ends meet, and difficult discussions are being made when it comes to the payment of bills, mortgages, etc. The last thing we would want to do is add to that stress by sending messages regarding youth sports registration fees.

Finally, we would like to say thank you to all of the essential workers within our community. We know that the Mustangs family is made up of many Policemen/women, firemen/women, doctors, nurses, other health-care workers, postal workers, truck drivers, teachers and other front-line workers. Thank you for all that you do, and please stay healthy and safe.

Please do not hesitate to contact us via email or phone ( or 917.860.9582) if you have any additional questions or concerns.

Yours in Football & Cheer,
The Massapequa Mustangs Board of Trustees
Greg Dietrich, President
Bill Cardello, Commissioner
John Wozniak, Vice President
Tim Gill, Treasurer
James Harinski, Secretary
Brian Bekiers
James Carew
Rich Conway
Dan Corey
Pat Devlin
James Haffner
Mike Ragusa
Wayne Rogers
Joseph Gillespie, Emeritus
Ron Stehn, Emeritus
May 25, 2020


May 10, 2020


April 21, 2020


April 12, 2020


March 16, 2020


Training sessions for this week have been cancelled. As of now it appears that training sessions next week and into the fore seeable future will also need to be postponed. Check back for more information. Everyone please be safe and follow the proper precautions during this time of crisis.
March 10, 2020


Available to All registered players. Sign up Now!
February 11, 2020

Mustangs Travel & Town Jersey's Available!

We are excited to announce that Mustangs jerseys can be ordered online from now through Weds, February 19th on our online teamstore.
January 8, 2020

Mustangs Awards Banquet honoring and celebrating all Town and Travel Champions, and our Travel Seniors

Congratulations once again on a tremendous 2019 football season. You should all be should be very proud!
You are cordially invited to attend the Mustangs Awards Banquet so we can cap off a great season with a celebration of your achievements. The banquet includes the presentation of the following awards:

• Mustangs scholarship awards presented to graduating High School Seniors that played in the Mustangs organization,
• Our Travel Senior awards,
• Championship trophies and jackets to the Mustangs Travel 12 (2019 NSFL Champions)
• Championship trophies to all players on Air Force 7/8, Air Force 9/10 and Air Force 11/12 (all of whom won the Town Division & League Championship!!)

• DATE: Friday, February 7th, 2020
• TIME: 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
• LOCATION: Memorare Caterers - 2183A Jackson Ave, Seaford, New York 11783
• COST: $50 per adult (21+ - includes Open Bar) - OR - $25 per minor (under 21)
o Coaches receive complimentary admission. ALL others must purchase a ticket.

o Tickets MUST be purchased online by Friday 1/31/2020 @

• NOTE: Casual attire is not appropriate (i.e - no sweat pants, etc.) Please have the players dressed nicely.

Please contact Pat Devlin if you have questions or concerns ( 516.241.7898 or
January 8, 2020


Wed 1/8 from 6:30-7:30 pm at the Mustangs Equipment Building in Burns Park.

Please note there will only be 1 more date after this one for uniform return. Please make every effort to return your uniforms - give it to a friend to hand in if you can't make it yourself.

After the final return date you will be charged for your uniform.

Please make sure the uniforms are presentable for return (especially since they were brand new when given out) otherwise you will lose your deposit.
January 1, 2020


From the entire Mustang family
December 25, 2019


From the entire Mustang family!
December 2, 2019

Massapequa High School Basketball Double Header

Dec 26th @ Nassau Coliseum

Boys Varsity & Girls Varsity

Tickets are $10. Email Jerry Trotta ( to purchase tickets.
November 21, 2019


From the entire Mustang Family!
November 24, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 7 Garden City A 13.
Mustangs fight Garden City to 7-7 tie until Garden City scores with 44 seconds left to win championship. Though the loss was heartbreaking, it was a very fine season by our Mustangs and we're proud of you!
November 17, 2019



(#1) Air Force defeats (#2) Marines 32-14


(#1) Air Force defeats (#2) Marines 12-0


(#1) Air Force defeats (#2) Navy 25-6

November 17, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 32 Rosedale Jets 6.
Mustangs cruise past Jets in a semi-final game at Burns Park. The Mustangs will play for the championship next Sunday at Mitchell Field.
November 17, 2019


MUSTANG 12s 8 Freeport 6.
November 17, 2019


MUSTANG 8s 0 Uniondale Knights 13.
Pee wee Mustangs season ends in playoff loss to Uniondale.
November 17, 2019


MUSTANG 11s 2 Uniondale Knights 20.
The Mustangs season ends with semi-final playoff loss to the #1 seed
November 17, 2019


MUSTANG SENIORS 32 Farmingdale Hawks 0.
Mustang Seniors to play for Championship next week at Mitchell Field
November 17, 2019


MUSTANG 10s 6 Bellmore Braves-A 13.
In a semi-final playoff the Mustangs battle the defending 9 year old champs to a scoreless tie for three quarters before the Braves finally break through in the 4th qtr. Great season boys!
November 11, 2019

Town Championship Schedule - Saturday 11/16

1:30 PM (#2) Marines 7/8 @ (#1) Air Force 7/8
3:00 PM (#2) Marines 9/10 @ (#1) Air Force 9/10
4:30 PM (#2) Navy 11/12 @ (#1) Air Force 11/12
November 10, 2019


After completing a hugely successful regular season our Travel teams now set their eyes toward winning championships. Playoffs start this Sunday. Come out and support our boys!
November 10, 2019


MUSTANG 12s 14 Roosevelt 7.
Mustangs win defensive battle and advance to championship game next week
November 10, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 32 Bethpage 0.
Mustangs put it in high gear as they head towards the playoffs
November 9, 2019

Town Playoff Results from Saturday 11/9

(#1) Air Force 7/8 defeated (#4) Navy 7/8, 20-6
(#2) Marines 7/8 defeated (#3) Army 7/8, 18-6

(#1) Air Force 9/10 defeated (#4) Navy 9/10, 27-6
(#2) Marines 9/10 defeated (#3) Army 9/10, 18-12

(#2) Navy 11/12 defeated (#3) Marines 11/12, 7-6
(#1) Air Force 11/12 defeated (#4) Army 11/12, 25-6
November 9, 2019


Seniors dominate from start to finish
November 9, 2019


MUSTANG 11s 25 Hempstead Tigers 0.
Mustangs stampede to victory over the Tigers under the lights at Burns Park
November 7, 2019


To all the Mustangs players, cheerleaders, family and friends:

On Friday, November 15, 2019 at 8pm , immediately following practice, we are bringing back the Pep Rally at Burns Park Gillespie Field. The purpose of a pep rally is to encourage team spirit and provide sports teams and others the chance to honor and celebrate their team in preparation for the upcoming game or event. We celebrate this the weekend of the Playoff and Championship games.

In addition to preparing for the playoff games, we acknowledge the Senior team players and cheerleaders and we have the boys and girls present their parents with a rose/flower to show their appreciation for all the years of sacrifice taking them to and from practices and games and being part of the Mustangs family.

The event is open to all teams in the organization. Your coach or team moms will coordinate for your teams. Teams can start setting up tables around the outside perimeter of the field prior to 8pm. There are no assigned areas, so first come, first served. Each team will bring their own tables, food, drinks., etc.

We ask that each player and cheerleader bring at least 2 non perishable items that night for our Mustangs Tackle Hunger program. We will collect them and store them in the sugar shack.

There will be a DJ for added fun!!

We have always had a great time in years past. It might be a little chilly, so dress accordingly.

If anyone has any questions, please contact Tara Tarasi at (516) 317-4526.
November 3, 2019


MUSTANG 11s 12 Garden City A 9.
Mustangs gain big win as they go to 5-2 with one game left before the playoffs
November 3, 2019


MUSTANG 8s 0 Farmingdale Hawks 6.
Pee wee Mustangs show grit in tough struggle with the Hawks.
November 3, 2019


MUSTANG 10s 20 Levittown Red Devils 0.
Mustangs record their 6th win and now prepare for the playoffs
November 3, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 26 Farmingdale Hawks 0.
Mustangs gain their 6th win in convincing fashion
October 27, 2019


MUSTANG 12s 20 Rosedale Jets 6.
Mustangs remain undefeated as they roll towards the playoffs
October 27, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 14 Seaford Broncos 0.
Mustangs gain their 5th win against a tough Broncos team. Now have their eyes set on a playoff berth.
October 27, 2019


MUSTANG 11s 20 E. Rockaway Raiders 0.
Mustangs gain 4th victory as they position for a playoff berth
October 27, 2019


MUSTANG 10s 20 Long Beach Bulldogs 0.
10's begin their run towards the playoffs
October 26, 2019


Seniors start march to the playoffs.
October 21, 2019

Apparel Pickup

Sunday 10-20-2019. All apparel orders from LI Athletic can be picked up at the Mustangs Equipment Building (at the south end of Burns Park) on Tuesday 10/22 from 4:45pm - 6:45pm.
October 20, 2019


MUSTANG 12s 22 Bellmore Braves 0.
Mustangs cruise to 5-0 as they travel to Bellmore and defeat the Braves.
October 20, 2019


MUSTANG SENIORS 13 Rosedale Jets 26.
Seniors now begin preparing for a championship game rematch with the Jets at Mitchell Field next month
October 20, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 0 _** BYE ** 0.
October 20, 2019


MUSTANG 10s 12 Seaford Broncos 0.
Mustangs defense impressive in win over a gritty Broncos team. Mustangs now 4-2 as they eye a playoff spot.
October 20, 2019


MUSTANG 11s 2 Uniondale Knights 7.
Mustangs come up short in a defensive battle with the Knights
October 20, 2019


MUSTANG 8s 12 Garden City A 6.
Pee wee Mustangs improve to a 4-2 record as they defeat a tough Garden City team
October 18, 2019

Mustang Cheerleaders Cheer Show

Senior players cheered on and presented flowers to the Senior team Cheerleaders in their last Cheer-show as Mustangs
October 15, 2019


Dear Moms and Dads,

As those of you who have been a part of the Massapequa Mustang Family for a few years know, we have performed a Community Service at this time of the year with our “Mustangs Tackle Hunger” campaign. For many years we have been working with our local food pantries to try to provide food for the Thanksgiving holiday to needy families. Through our efforts in past food drives our players and cheerleaders were able to fill the St. Rose, St. William, St. Martin, YES Community Counseling and the Nassau County Veterans Outreach food pantries!

As many of you already know, the Food Pantries on Long Island are once again at historic lows. This year, we would once again like to try and help fill those pantries with our “Food Pantry Blitz”. What we are asking members of the Mustang Family to do will take little time and effort, but has the potential to make a huge impact on the food pantry inventory levels.

Two documents are attached to this letter: one is the flyer announcing the Food Drive that we are about to begin and the other is a “Thank You” note to those that contribute. Print 5 copies of the Food Drive flyers and cut them in half so that you have at least 10 flyers. The flyer asks your neighbors to place a food donation on their front porch on Saturday, October 26, at a time designated by you. We are asking you to have your child drop these in your neighbors’ mailboxes on Saturday October 19 & Sunday October 20. There is no knocking on doors required – just place the flyer in the mailbox. We would then ask that on Saturday October 26, after the designated time, you assist your child in collecting the food donations and then drop them off at the Mustang Equipment Building in the rear of John Burns Park between 1pm and 4pm. Again, there is no knocking on doors. There’s either a food donation or not. Print 2 copies of the “Thank You” flyer and cut them into five parts and leave one in the mailbox of each person who leaves food.

This has the potential to bring in an incredible amount of food for those less fortunate individuals who are living in our community.

Here are some key points:

1) Have your child drop the flyers in your neighbors’ mailboxes on 10/19 & 10/20. 2) Remember - No knocking on doors is required and AT NO TIME SHOULD A PLAYER OR CHEERLEADER ENTER A NEIGHBOR’S HOUSE. 3) There are two blank lines on the flyer. If you place your family name and street address there, your neighbors may be more apt to participate knowing this request came from a local family. 4) Be sure to put down the pick-up time on the flyer. 5) Be sure to leave a “Thank You” when you pick up the food. 6) Drop off the food at Burns Park between 1pm and 4pm on Saturday 10/26.

Please do not underestimate the generosity of your neighbors! Many people are looking for ways to help out during this time of year but don’t know how. You and your family will be giving them an opportunity to help.

We hope you would agree that this is a pretty painless way to get our kids involved in a worthwhile project – with your help, of course! Thank you in advance for your participation.

As always, thank you for your support!

Sincerely, Jim Harinski Massapequa Mustangs
October 13, 2019


Seniors rebound with a shutout at Whitepoint.
October 13, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 6 Garden City A 13.
Mustangs fight hard but come up short in a close game against a tough Garden City team
October 13, 2019


MUSTANG 12s 2 Plainview Jayhawks 0.
October 13, 2019


MUSTANG 11s 24 Rockville Centre Titans 0.
Mustangs travel to Rockville Centre and pitch an impressive shutout
October 13, 2019


MUSTANG 8s 25 Bellmore Braves-A 6.
Pee wee Mustangs stampede past Bellmore on the road
October 9, 2019

A big thank you to our newest sponsor ... Massapequa Family Dentistry

Massapequa Family Dentistry is home to Douglas J. Saggio, DDS, and Evan N. Polymeris, DDS – our Massapequa, NY dentists. Our office has been proudly serving generations of patients in our community for decades. Our team of caring professionals can help you achieve a healthy and more beautiful smile.

October 6, 2019


MUSTANG 12s 16 Copaigue 0.
Mustangs roll past Copaigue on the road.
October 6, 2019


MUSTANG 11s 19 Seaford Broncos 0.
Mustangs click on both offense and defense as they shutout the Broncos
October 6, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 19 E. Rockaway Raiders 0.
Mustangs travel to E. Rockaway and looking convincing on the road.
October 6, 2019


MUSTANG 10s 28 Franklin Square 0.
Mustangs dominate a tough Franklin Square team
October 6, 2019


MUSTANG 8s 6 Uniondale Knights 12.
Pee wee Mustangs hang tough but come up short at home
October 6, 2019


MUSTANG SENIORS 18 Rosedale Jets 22.
Mustangs loose squeaker to the Jets in their second meeting
October 4, 2019

Last Call for Tickets and Baskets for the Dinner Dance

Last call for tickets and baskets for the Dinner Dance. Ticket prices go up to $100 per person after this weekend and at the door. Get your orders in now to enjoy the $75 per person ticket price.
September 29, 2019


MUSTANG 12s 40 Rosedale Jets 6.
Mustangs win convincingly on the road
September 29, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 14 Hempstead Tigers 0.
Mustangs travel to Hempstead and pitch a shutout
September 29, 2019


MUSTANG 8s 6 E. Rockaway Raiders 20.
Pee wee Mustangs fought hard but come up short
September 29, 2019


MUSTANG 11s 6 Rosedale Jets 0.
Mustangs travel to Rosedale and gain a win in a defensive struggle
September 29, 2019


MUSTANG 10s 0 Bellmore Braves-A 14.
Mustangs fall to the defending champion
September 22, 2019


MUSTANG 12s 22 Bellmore Braves 0.
Mustangs remain undefeated as they cruise past Bellmore at home
September 22, 2019


MUSTANG 10s 14 E. Rockaway Raiders 0.
Mustangs go to 2-0 with hard fought victory
September 22, 2019


MUSTANG SENIORS 28 Farmingdale Hawks 0.
Seniors rebound with convincing win at home
September 22, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 28 Rockville Centre Titans 12.
Mustangs get a big win in front of home crowd
September 22, 2019


MUSTANG 8s 27 Rockville Centre Titans 7.
The little Mustangs play big against a tough RVC team
September 21, 2019

LI Athletic Apparel Order Pickup

Any LI Athletic apparel orders that were placed in July and August that have not been picked up, can be picked up this weekend at the Sugar Shack.

All accessory orders (i.e. - arm sleeves, duffel bags, etc) that were placed with Wesco when travel pants were ordered, can also be picked up this weekend at the Sugar Shack.

The Sugar Shack will be opened during our games on Saturday (12pm - 6pm) and Sunday (9am - 1pm).
September 19, 2019


September 17, 2019

Last chance to order your Mustangs Cheer and Football Apparel Online!

Team store closes on Saturday 9/21.
Click Here to order now
September 17, 2019


September 16, 2019

Mustangs Football and Cheer Dinner Dance

Friday 10-11-2019 07:00 PM@ MEMORARE K of C. Come join us at our annual dinner dance for a fun filled evening!
September 15, 2019


MUSTANG 11s 6 Farmingdale Hawks 20.
11s lose home opener to a tough Farmingdale team.
September 15, 2019


MUSTANG 9s 40 Long Beach Bulldogs 0.
9s dominate on the road in their season opener!
September 15, 2019


MUSTANG 8s 31 Baldwin 6.
Mustang 8s open season with a convincing win.
September 14, 2019


MUSTANG 10s 31 Garden City B 7.
10s put on a show at home with win in season opener at Burns Park
September 14, 2019

John DeLucie Inducted to Mustang Hall of Fame

Massapequa Mustangs opening Day, John DeLucie Hall of Fame Induction. My Friend for almost 50 years, best Quarterback Massapequa has ever had. Led Us to County Championship, Rutgers Cup, in High School. God Bless You JD.
September 8, 2019

Saturday 9/14 - Picture Day & Opening Day Ceremony

• Picture Day - from 8:00am - 12:00 PM NOON (Each Football team and Cheer team will have a 20 minute time-slot - your coach will communicate your teams time slot to you this week).

o All teams arrive 15 minutes before your designated time slot
o Players line up in size order w/ their completed picture envelopes in hand outside of the gate
o All Teams will check-in at the table at the front gate (North-west corner of the field, by the Mustangs sign)
o Football Players should be in game uniforms and full equipment (no helmet required)
o Cheer leaders should be in full uniform.

• Opening Day Festivities - please be on the field at 12:45 PM for a 1:00 pm start!
o Go directly to the field @ 12:45 PM to line up. Each team will have a designated spot on the field. (see diagram below)
o Look for the signs/cones on the field indicate where your team should be lined up and sitting.
o All football players should be in their full game uniform (w/o helmet).
o NO PARENTS on field. Only coaches and cheer moms on the field.
o Do not leave early. All players must stay on the field while the cheerleaders are still performing (please be courteous to the girls, they put in a lot of time preparing for this)
September 7, 2019

Long Island Moms Group Event

Mustang Parents - Please check out this event, which is sponsored by the Long Island Moms Group. 100% of all proceeds goes to LICAB and they use the money to get kids into counseling when they are bullied

September 7, 2019

Flag and Town Drafts Are Completed !

Our Flag and Town drafts were completed over the last two weeks. All players have been contacted by their coaches. Coaches will be continue to coordinate final equipment and uniform pick through out the week in advance to our Picture Day and Opening Day ceremonies on Saturday 9/14 (rain date = 9/28).
Flag and Town games will begin on Saturday 9/21.

The complete schedule will be finalized after our coaches meeting on Sunday 9/15. The schedule for the first week is now confirmed, and can be seen below....

**Flag games will be played on Saturday mornings at 11:00 AM, and Monday nights at 6:00 PM. All at Burns Park - Gillespie Field. For Saturday 9/21 only, the Flag games will be played at LIU Post during the halftime of the Division I football contest between LIU Post Sharks and Sacred Heart University. Your Flag coaches will provide more details.

** 7/8 Division - games will be on Saturday's at 12:00 PM and Thursday's at 6:00 PM. All games at Burns Park - Gillespie Field

** 9/10 Division - games will be on Saturday's at 1:30 PM and 3:00 pm. All games at Burns Park - Gillespie Field

** 11/12 Division - games will be on Saturday's at 4:30 PM and 6:00 PM. All games at Burns Park - Gillespie Field
August 29, 2019

5th Annual Darrel Young Clinic

All registered Mustangs Football players (Flag and Tackle) are invited to participate in Darrel Young's 5th Annual Youth Football Clinic Thursday 8/29 @ 6:30 PM. Please join the Mustangs Community for a night of fun! We would love to see all 360+ football players at the clinic.


Check In: 6:30
Clinic: 6:30 - 7:30

Mother/Son Flag Games from 7:30 onwards
DJ || Sugar Shack will be Open ... Food, Drinks, Hats, and more

Non-Contact ||No Equipment Necessary ... T-shirt, Shorts and sneakers or Cleats


NOTE: All tackle football coaches - Travel and Town - have their teams dri-fit shirts. they will give them out to you before the clinic. Flag players will get their shirts at check-in)
August 28, 2019


August 24, 2019


Teams from all over Long Island and New York City gathered at Burns Park for a day of youth football scrimmages
August 19, 2019


August 12, 2019


Coach Stehn will have football clinic tonight at 6pm - 7pm at Burns Park Gillespie Field for the 7 year olds.
August 6, 2019

Team Online Store closes 8/10 ... Only 4 Days left to order online !!!       

Click here to place your order!
August 6, 2019

July Orders are ready for pick up...

Anybody that placed an order during the July ordering window can pick up their merchandise on Thursday 8/8 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm in the Mustangs Equipment Building (located at the south end of Burns Park).
August 5, 2019

**2019 Mustangs Sponsorship Opportunities**

Please click the Sponsorship Info button above if you are interested in buying a sponsorship for the 2019 season ...

Sponsorships allow us to keep registration fees as low as possible, while still investing in capital improvements, uniforms, equipment and more.

**Some examples of our recent capital improvements include - Converting our Equipment Building into a Training Center, Tackle Wheels and Crash-Pads, 5-man and 1-man Roger's JV Lev-Sled, New Football & Cheer Uniforms, and ProTech helmet shell pilot.

**Planned capital improvements for 2019/2020 include: Sugar Shack repairs, Audio System Improvements, Shadow Man Devices, Expansion of ProTech initiative
July 27, 2019


July 24, 2019

Cheer Madness‼️ - Next Clinic TOMORROW NIGHT

Cheer Madness‼️ - Next Clinic TOMORROW NIGHT - Thursday 7/25 @ 6pm at Burns Park - Gillespie Field

FREE summer clinics and training, led by the MHS Varsity Cheer coaches, for all *registered* players and coaches!!!
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Saturday September 19, 2020 11:21 am
Mustangs Flag Football Opening Day Part 2
Saturday September 19, 2020 11:10 am
Mustangs Flag Football Opening Weekend
Sunday September 13, 2020 11:05 am
One of my friends asked "Why do you pay so much money for your kids to do all their sports”? Well I have a confession to make; I don't pay for my kids to to do sports. Personally, I couldn't care less about what sport they do.

So, if I am not paying for sports what am I paying for?

- I pay for those moments when my kids become so tired they want to quit but don't.

- I pay for those days when my kids come home from school and are "too tired" to go to their training but they go anyway.

- I pay for my kids to learn to be disciplined, focused and dedicated.

- I pay for my kids to learn to take care of their body and equipment.

- I pay for my kids to learn to work with others and to be good team mates, gracious in defeat and humble in success.

- I pay for my kids to learn to deal with disappointment, when they don't get that placing or title they'd hoped for, but still they go back week after week giving it their best shot.

- I pay for my kids to learn to make and accomplish goals.

- I pay for my kids to respect, not only themselves, but other athletes, officials and coaches.

- I pay for my kids to learn that it takes hours and hours, years and years of hard work and practice to create a champion and that success does not happen overnight.

- I pay for my kids to be proud of small achievements, and to work towards long term goals.

- I pay for the opportunity my kids have and will have to make life-long friendships, create lifelong memories, to be as proud of their achievements as I am.

- I pay so that my kids can be out on the field or in the gym instead of in front of a screen...

...I could go on but, to be short, I don't pay for sports; I pay for the opportunities that sports provides my kids with to develop attributes that will serve them well throughout their lives and give them the opportunity to bless the lives of others. From what I have seen so far I think it is a great investment!

Monday August 31, 2020 7:12 pm
Providing some clarity!

To All Mustangs Families: Although we are still navigating through the confused youth sports guidance coming from the Governor, we wanted to provide details how we will move forward with officially starting our Football and Cheer season. We are very confident that Youth Football in NY will be given the green light to participate in full contact games, and we are planning with that confidence in mind. The outline below details how each of our programs will progress forward. Given these plans, we will be moving forward with collecting registration fees on Friday, September 4th. As always, feel free to reach out to us with your questions and concerns.

1️⃣ Full Equipment Flag - will definitely be played this year, and there is no uncertainty about it. ⏺ Flag coaches will be meeting next week to divide players up into our five teams (Batman, Iron Man, Spiderman, Hulk and Captain America) ⏺ Once teams are set up, you will be hearing from your Coach about your teams practice schedule and equipment pick up. ⏺We will start our Flag Football games on Saturday 9/19 or Saturday 9/26. More details to come.

2️⃣ Town Football - will definitely be played this year, and there is “little" uncertainty, which should be cleared up by 9/21. ⏺ Town coaches are performing final player evaluations and ratings for the 7/8, 9/10 and JV (11/12 & 13 older/lighter) divisions. ⏺ Town coaches will conduct a draft next week to divide players up into our 4 teams per Division (Army, Navy, Air Force & Marines) ⏺ Once teams are set up, you will be hearing from your Coach about your teams practice schedule and equipment pick up. ⏺ Practices will be held in low-contact format, wearing helmets & shoulder pads only, until we are given the OK from NYS for full contact. ⏺ We will start our Town Football games on Saturday 9/19 or Saturday 9/26. More details to come. *️⃣ If we do not have the OK from NYS for full contact game play by that time, we will play games in a low-contact format (similar to our full equipment flag format for the younger kids)

3️⃣ Travel Football - will definitely be played this year, and there is “moderate” uncertainty, which should be cleared up by 9/21. ⏺Travel teams have been selected, equipment has been issued, and teams are practicing n low-contact mode. ⏺We will start full-contact scrimmages on or about Saturday 9/19 or Sunday 9/20. *️⃣If we do not have the OK from NYS for full contact game play by that time, we are considering scrimmaging other NCYFL teams at a field in Teaneck, NJ. Once NY State gives the go ahead the *️⃣NCYFL will set game schedules. The President of the NCYFL has assured us that the league will not cancel. Once we are allowed to play, we will play.

4️⃣Cheer - will definitely be played this year ⏺Cheer will go off for all programs in line with the above. ⏺Additional cheer shows, performances and competitive activities will be added to mitigate the low/moderate uncertainty around full contact Football games.

We appreciate your support and flexibility thus far, and ask for your continued flexibility as we move forward. Make no mistake, the safety and best interests of all of the children, volunteers and families is are primary concern as we move forward. Yours in Football & Cheer, The Massapequa Mustangs Board of Directors
Monday August 31, 2020 12:38 pm
Massapequa HS Student Athletes on hand at today’s “Let Them Play” rally
Monday August 31, 2020 10:11 am
Coach Jackman will be running a clinic for all registered 5/6 year old Flag Football players. Location: Burns Park Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Attire: Shorts, T-shirts, and sneakers/cleats.

Game Time: What to expect over the next few weeks... * Flag coaches will be meeting next week to divide players up into our five teams (Batman, Iron Man, Spiderman, Hulk and Captain America) * Once teams are set up, you will be hearing from your Coach about your teams practice schedule and equipment pick up. * We will start our Flag Football games on Saturday 9/19 or Saturday 9/26. More details to come.

Tell your friends... * It's not too late to register. Share with your friends. Register online @
Thursday August 27, 2020 11:16 pm
All – There is a protest tomorrow August 28th in support of High School athletics for all towns. The protest will be at 10:00 am at the Boces offices at 71 Clinton Road Garden City NY. Pls bring a signs, cowbells, noise makers whistles and anything else to show your support. Please spread the word and lets get a strong showing. #letthemplay
Thursday August 27, 2020 10:27 pm
Please show your support for HS athletics on Monday 8/31 at Field of Dreams. Based on today’s demonstrations, section VIII has agreed to revisit their decision. But there is still more to be done.
Thursday August 27, 2020 5:54 pm
Seniors Day in the trees @ The Adventure Park at Long Island
Thursday August 27, 2020 5:53 pm
Seniors Day in the trees @ The Adventure Park at Long Island
Thursday August 27, 2020 4:33 pm
2020 Seniors enjoying a day on the zip lines.
Thursday August 27, 2020 3:08 pm
Mustangs masks still available online @

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Thursday August 27, 2020 11:01 am
The Seniors getting ready to attack the zip lines!
Thursday August 27, 2020 10:19 am
Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Town Board will be joined by state and county officials, as well as students, coaches and parents today at 1pm at the Hicksville Athletic Center to urge Nassau County school superintendents to let students play sports this fall season. Please spread the word and join us today at 1pm at 167 S. Broadway, Hicksville, NY.
Monday August 24, 2020 1:02 pm
The Governor gave the following statements regarding youth sports today. Unfortunately, there are more questions than answers as he appears to be confusing High School and Youth sports.

➕ on positive side, it appears that we can practice in full contact mode starting now. We will have to confirm this.

➖on the negative side, the message seems to confuse HS and Youth, and contradict previous guidelines. Most of the sports he mentioned (tennis, field hockey, soccer, running, etc) have been allowed at the Youth level since 6/26 or 7/6 as part of the NYS re-opening plans announced on 6/26.

➖And the additional comment about “travel” for practice and games until October 19, is also meant to be just for school sports. If you apply that to Youth sports, then all of the out of state travel baseball and lacrosse that has been going on since 7/6 is now not allowed.
Saturday August 22, 2020 12:00 am
ABC EyeWitness News Coverage. #LetTheKidsPlay
Friday August 21, 2020 10:06 pm
Full report on News 12. #LetTheKidsPlay It seems the Dr. they intereviewed is not aware that Youth Football is allowed in NJ and CT and they haven't seen any correlation in an increase of cases.
Friday August 21, 2020 10:04 pm
NBC News 4 - #LetTheKidsPlay
Friday August 21, 2020 10:02 pm
Full report from Fox 5 #LetTheKidsPlay
Friday August 21, 2020 5:08 pm
NBC News 4 report on today’s press conference to allow youth football to start I’m Long Island
Friday August 21, 2020 2:28 pm
Thanks Assemblyman Mike LiPetri for inviting News 12, NBC and Fox down to Burns Park to hear why youth football should be allowed to play locally. More coverage coming on the 5 o’clock news. But here’s a short clip from News12. #LetTheKidsPlay
Friday August 21, 2020 11:49 am
Today’s press conference will be broadcast today on NBC, FOX and News12 starting around 4-5pm #letthekidsplay
Friday August 21, 2020 11:38 am
Behind the scenes of today’s press conference advocating for the start of youth football #letthekidsplay
Friday August 21, 2020 11:18 am
Friday August 21, 2020 11:05 am
Mike LiPetri’s Live News Conference advocating for Youth Football
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