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Welcome to FSW's home on the web!



The objective of this organization shall be to provide the youth in the community a safe, supervised competitive football and cheerleading program while promoting the ideals of sportsmanship, team spirit, honesty, loyalty and citizenship.

Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions and much much more. Check back frequently for the latest information about our club.



FSPD Golf Scramble

by posted 08/28/2018
Parent/Family Code of Conduct

Wildcat Families - We need to reinforce our policy on the Player/Family Code of Conduct. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to these rules and failure to abide by them will mean immediate removal of your player(s) from our organization. By registering in our programs you have checked the boxes that you agree with these rules. Ignorance of these rules is no excuse!

by posted 08/27/2018
FSPD Presents Community Donation to FSW

Frankfort Square Wildcat Board Members receive a community donation on August 16th, 2018 in the amount of $1,012.00 from the Frankfort Square Park District. The community donation was provided from beverage sales at Square Links Golf Course in Frankfort. Please support our community and have a beverage after a round of golf! FSPD also presented community donations to the local Boy Scout Troop and Frankfort Square Baseball League.

Thanks again to the FSPD staff for all your support and efforts allowing us healthy, safe, clean and outstanding facilities for all our Wildcat families.  

Right to Left: Executive Director FSPD Jim Randall, FSW Vice President Frank Florentine, FSW Treasurer Denise Dye, Commissioners (and former FSW Board Members) Brian Mulheran & Denis Moore.

by posted 08/17/2018
FSW Sports Illustrated (SI) App

Wanna stay in the know while on the run? Download the SI App. Uses your same email and password and downloads calendars to your phone, allows Coaches to send an update to the families registered. Be cool and download the app! 


by posted 07/30/2018
2018 Football and Flag Practice Areas

2018 Football and Flag Practice Areas

Football - Use Hilda Walker's Mary Drew Parkway to pick up and drop off

Flag - Next to Mary Drew School off Rosewood Drive to pick up and drop off.

by posted 07/16/2018
Reminder - FSW Website Schedule Widget

Don't forget to check the FSW webpage for scheduled events and updates. Check back frequently, be sure to update your setting to allow for emails and texts. Be in the KNOW!! :-) 


by posted 04/15/2018
Illinois Tackle Football Ban - UPDATE

Wildcat Families –

Following the Illinois ban on youth tackle football (until after 12yr old) House Bill 4341 sponsored by Carol Senate (D) Buffalo Grove has been temporarily removed before the vote because it did not have the votes to sustain a YES vote to move forward. This is a childish move on the part Ms. Senate as she tries to gather backing. It seems other State Legislators have a sensible view and are not willing to jump on board of this senseless attack on the sport of youth football.

This link to the full reading; Doctors from the Institute of Sports Medicine at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine have to say regarding CTE and the effects of “Tackling in Youth Football.”

Below is a brief excerpt as stated in the link:

•            “Most injuries sustained during participation in youth tackle football are minor, including injuries to the head and neck. Injuries are more likely to occur when improper and illegal technique, such as spear tackling, is used. As such, efforts should be made to improve the teaching of proper tackling technique and enforce existing rules prohibiting the use of improper technique.”

•            “There is no study to date showing the effect of delaying the age at which tackling is introduced to football on risk of injury. Delaying the age at which tackling is introduced to the game may decrease injury risk for the age levels at which tackling would be prohibited. However, once tackling is introduced, athletes who have no previous experience with tackling would be exposed to collisions for the first time at an age at which speeds are faster, collision forces are greater, and injury risk is higher. Lack of experience with tackling and being tackled may lead to a substantial increase in the number and severity of injuries once tackling is introduced.”

•            “The expansion of non-tackling leagues for young athletes who enjoy the game of football and want to be physically active, but do not want to be exposed to the collisions currently associated with the game should be considered by football leagues and organizations. However, it is important to note recent data showing that injury rates in youth flag football are the same as injury rates in youth tackle football based on recent studies.”

Thank you to the doctors and legislators that are supportive of the sport of football and see the multitude of positive facets that come from being part of an organization that adheres to proper teachings through certified coaches, support staff, player training, practice, and board direction/oversight.


Here is a link to see updates on the petition. 

by posted 03/07/2018
Rest in Peace Coach Walenga

With our deepest condolences to the the Walenga Family. We also have to say THANK YOU COACH AL for your years of dedication to the Wildcats. You helped make the organization a winning organization for many years in the past, your legacy and spirit will keep us a winning organization going forward.

by posted 12/15/2017
Wildcats Varsity Cheer

2017 Varsity Cheer Takes National Title!



The Frankfort Square Wildcats 8th grade Varsity squad ended their time with the organization by winning a National Championship in Daytona Beach over Thanksgiving weekend.  They received four 1st place trophies for spirit, dance, pyramid and overall champion.  They also received 2nd place at the State competition on December 3.  Over the seven years this squad has been together they received bids for state at every competition they attended.  They also earned the title of State Champions in 2013 and 2014 and 2nd place at State 2016 and 2017.


Member of the squad are: Front row: Paige Manalo, Justine Brummond, Jenna Hoger, Ashley Asare, Caitlin Clark, Hailee Acton, Peyton Anderson, Emily Pfister-Arcos, Alyssa McGuire, Kailey Gibbons, Macey Opel.  Middle Row: Autumn Potaczek, Abby Nottke, Kelsey Figus, Morgan Byrne, Courtney Rogovic, Lily Chesla, Ashley Carroll, Hallie Hoger, Katherine Zofkie, Jenna Wols

Back Row: Katie Bale, Mia Pursel, Emma Valleyfield, Heather Rascop, Chloe Friend, Lexi Wols, Livi Wols, Olivia Remblake, Jessica Wetzel.


by posted 12/05/2017
Interested in Wildcats Cheer?

2018 Wildcats Cheerleading Waiting List Procedure


If you are interested in placing your daughter on the waiting list for Wildcats 2018 cheer season, please follow the instructions below.  Siblings of Wildcats must also use the waiting list procedures.


The waiting list does not start until January 1, 2018.  Any emails received prior to that day will be deleted.


Email the following information to 

1. Your daughter's name

2. Grade for the 2018-2019 school year

3. School attending 

4. Your name

5. Your phone number

6. Note if there is a sibling on Wildcats, if so, list if sibling(s) is/are football or cheer and level for 2018 season.


*All replies will be made to the email address you use, if you want another email address replied to please provide that information.


After all returning cheerleaders have registered for the season, each squad will determine if there are any openings available.  Siblings of Wildcats who participated in the 2017 season and who re-register for the 2018 season, by the deadline, will get priority placement.


If there are any openings available after the sibling placement, we then go to the general waiting list, with priority to Summit Hill school district 161 residents.


Girls from both the sibling and general waiting list are chosen on a first come, first serve basis.


Please email Stefanie Flaris with any questions to 

by posted 11/25/2017
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In Memory of...

Our hearts and prayers go out to these Wildcats and their families:

Becky M Drafke

  • July 5, 1972 - August 3, 2015

  • Mokena, Illinois

Jennifer V. Gill (Lux)

  • May 6, 1967 - August 27, 2015

  • Tinley Park, Illinois

Laurence J. Mirabella

  • 1968  - 2015

  • Frankfort, Illinois

Al Walenga (Coach & Board Memeber)

  • 1963  - 2017

  • Frankfort, Illinois

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