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Long Island Broncos Football and Cheer ~ Seaford, New York

About the Broncos

History of the Long Island Broncos

The Long Island Broncos football and cheerleading organization was established in 1966 to provide the youth of our community with the opportunity to participate in a successful football and cheerleading program.  The Long Island Broncos focus on creating an environment that is rewarding for both children and their parents. We provide quality coaching and training, ensuring the development of teamwork and sportsmanship while teaching football and cheerleading fundamentals in a safe environment.

Broncos Forms

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Bronco Accomplishments

Click here to see notable accomplishments of former Broncos.



Broncos Board


President:  Doug Schiller

V.P. Football:  Leif Rosen

V.P. Cheer:  Elizabeth Mando

Treasurer:  Denise Barone

Secretary:  Karen Buck

Communications:  Bill Kind

Senior Advisor:  Maria Patsatsis



PR/Fundraising:  Tammy Falk

PR/Fundraising:  Michelle Kuffo

Cheer Coordinator:  Lisa Malek

Asst. Cheer Coord:  Danielle Casha

Eqpt Manager:  Sergio Zanazzi

Asst. Eqpt Mngr:  Russell Angerhauser

Asst. Eqpt Manager:  Tim Fox

Cheer Advisor:  Alison Vesey

Broncos Archives

Photos, videos, yearbooks, and more documenting the Broncos' 50+ years of football and cheer.

Bronco Memories

Click here to read some quotes from former Broncos reflecting on their youth football Bronco memories.

Upcoming Events

Broncos Wrap up Memorable 2019 Season

On January 13, 2020, the Seaford Broncos wrapped up a memorable 2019 season with their annual Awards Banquet held at Crest Hollow Country Club.  With 350 guests in attendance, the night was a great success and fun for everyone.  Guest speakers for the evening were four Seaford High School seniors who started Bronco football at…

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Broncos Free K-6 Clinic

The Broncos are pleased to announce a free clinic offered to athletes who will be entering Kindergarten through 6th grade this coming September.  For those entering grades K-3, anyone interested may attend (those with Bronco experience along with those with no football experience).  For those entering grades 4-6, only Rookies may attend (those with no…

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Long Island Broncos News

Great time at the 2017 Broncos Awards Banquet!

The Broncos families had a great time wrapping up the 2017 season with our annual Awards Banquet.  Teams were presented with trophies and yearbooks, and our senior cheer squad presented individual awards.  A special thanks to Coach Perpall and his senior captains, all former Broncos, Andrew Chirico, Nick Calandra, and Tyler Volpi, for speaking at…

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Broncos 8/9 at MetLife Stadium

The Broncos 8 and 9 year old teams shared a day they will not forget on December 3rd!  The teams, and their families, boarded 2+ coach buses and headed into MetLife Stadium for the Jets vs Chiefs game.  The Broncos had a great day with a pre-game tailgate with food, drink, and of course, cornhole. …

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2019 Broncos Sponsors


Final Touch Auto Body

Endzone Sports


What a Girl Wants

Man to Man Barber

Parisi Speed School of World Gym Wantagh

Seamans Neck Park Concession Stand



Merrick Collision and Towing

Double C Construction

Sanders Law Firm

Long Island Optical

Fun Stuff Toys

AST Apparel

Dick's Sporting Goods

Small Craft Brewing Company

Sign Max Co.


Karen Millindorf Photography

Brooklyn Square Pizza

Anthony's Coal Fire Pizza

Wesco Sports and Graphics

Universal Home Services


Balloons By Laurie

Gino's Pizza


Diamond Dream DJ Productions


Star Nails

Sunshine Liquors

Iris Salon


Great Asian Kitchen

Uniquely Yours

Ralphs Ices

LaCole Salon


Seaford 9/11 Memorial Committee

In Memory of Timmy Haskell (FDNY), Tommy Haskell (FDNY), John Perry (NYPD), Robert Sliwak (Cantor Fitzgerald) & Michael Wittenstein (Cantor Fitzgerald).

The 9/11 SHS Committee has lived up to the commitment made by so many after the terrorist attack on our country “To Never Forget”. On November 22, 2002 the Seaford High School 9/11 Memorial was dedicated to our five alumni and all those who perished on September 11, 2001. With the overwhelming support of the Seaford community our committee has been the inspiration for numerous annual initiatives.

Seaford Historical Society

The Union Free School District in Seaford, a lively village of 500 residents in 1893, voted $3,500 that year for the construction of a school. This was Seaford’s third schoolhouse and was dedicated on Arbor Day in 1894. The building, originally constructed on Jackson and Waverly Avenues, served as a school until 1917, when the school board decided that the district had outgrown its present quarters.

On the opening of the Jackson Avenue school in 1921, the building was moved a block away and became the headquarters for the Seaford Fire Department. On July 4, 1976, in commemoration of the Nation’s Bicentennial, the structure, now located on Waverly Avenue between Jackson and Southward was dedicated as the Seaford Historical Museum.

The Museum houses much memorabilia of Seaford as a bay and farming town. Special loans from other museums and private collections will be displayed on a rotating basis. Contributions of a Financial or Historical nature are welcome.

Seaford Wellness Council

A non profit organization comprised of local citizens whose mission is to assist in the improvement of the Seaford community's quality of life by promoting general community wellness, including but not limited to the following:

1) Organizing activities that promote wellness such as activity nights for the community students to attend as an alternative to non-productive activities, as well as having Community Walk-Runs and Health Fairs.

2) Organizing, promoting and carrying out endeavors which beautify the community and environment, parks and other public places of gathering with the purpose of fostering healthy

interaction, socialization and fellowship within the Seaford community.

3) Creating activities and presentations which address issues of substances abuse, nutrition,

smoking, gender bias, violence and physical and mental health.