Sequoit Gridiron Group
A.C.H.S. Sequoit Gridiron Group, Inc.
The Gridiron Group is YOUR group. All ACHS parents and guardians of current football athletes belong to the Gridiron Group. The group relies on volunteers to support fundraising and events throughout the season. It is the dedication of the volunteer that will determine the success of the program.
The 2022 Sequoit Gridiron Group Board Members:
Sue Day, President
Tamara Neuman, Vice President
Jodi Krusely, Treasurer
Nicole Young, Secretary
Alison Kolloff, Cory Bowles, Members at Large
How we do it:
What we do:
The Antioch Community High School Sequoit Gridiron Group, Inc. (Sequoit Gridiron) is organized and operated for the charitable purposes of promoting and supporting the competitive high school football team. Specifically, the purpose of the group will be the promotion and encouragement of the athletic pursuits of students at A.C.H.S., through providing resources, financial assistance and services to the organized activity. This group will support the football program, in conjunction with the Head Coach, in implementing pre-season, season and post-season activities.
Sequoit Gridiron is the football booster group formerly known as The Football Moms.
prepare and serve hundreds of meals to hungry football players
design & supply uniform pieces and football spirit wear
organize & run fundraisers and team events for the football team(s)
support coaching staff
promote a positive environment with pride, respect & responsibility
have a lot of fun...
This group can only be successful if parents, guardians & families are willing to spend some time supporting the team. Every single football player benefits from this group. Every single family can contribute in some way. Get involved. Make a difference. Be a positive role model.
2017 Hall of Fame Inductee
Betty Lehn - Founder of the Football Moms
On Friday, September 22, 2017
was recognized for her dedication and support to the Antioch Sequoits.
A little history about the Football Mom Program as shared by Betty Lehn.
In spring/summer before the 1978 football season, Betty Lehn, Judie Nauman, Nedra O'Hare, and Louise Eckert founded the Football Mom concept and obtained approval to move forward. They served the summer camp program that year along with moms Garnet Cook, Carrine Thiel, Gail Fields, Ann Dziki and Mary Bielowski joining in on the program. Each year, new moms would step up to help and contribute to the Football Mom program. As you will see in the video, the Football Moms did more than serving meals to hungry football players. Their Sequoit Spirit touched many students and their families and have created memories to last throughout all the football years past and to come. And did you know this? John O'Hare, husband to Nedra, designed the "A" with the arrow through it. Paul Eckert, husband to Louise, built the original teepee that was used at games and pep rallies.