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by posted 03/04/2017
Welcome Coach Cirino

Dear SFL Families,

Let's welcome Mr. Lou Cirino to Mustang Nation as the next head varsity football coach for Strongsville High School!

Mr. Cirino has been the head coach for West Geauga High School since 2010. During his tenure at West Geauga he has earned recognition as the Chagrin Valley Conference Coach of the Year, AP Northeast Ohio Lakes All-District Coach of the Year, and was also named the 2013 Division III State Coach of the Year.

A graduate of The Ohio State University, Mr. Cirino spent time as an assistant coach with the Buckeyes from 2004-2006. He also holds a Master's Degree from Cleveland State University. He was also named the 2009 and 2014 High School Teacher of the Year in West Geauga.

As President of the SFL, I had the privilege to sit as one of the panel members for the 2nd round of interviews during the hiring process.  Based on his interview and his success as a coach and teacher, I am very excited with the school district's decision to hire Mr. Cirino.

Welcome to The 'Ville coach!!!


Chad Dasher, President

Strongsville Football League


by posted 02/28/2017

The SFL endorses and supports Strongsville Lacrosse.  Many of our SFL Football Players play Lacrosse in the Spring and enjoy it.  The Strongsville Youth Lacrosse League has done an excellent job introducing and growing the sport in our community.


 Strongsville's fast growing sport is also a great spring crossover and conditioning sport for football players and fans. Like football, lacrosse requires speed, skill, stamina,strength and desire. It's interesting and exciting and there never a dull moment.

 Now is an excellent time to try lacrosse! 

 Players on all teams, from 2nd-8th grades have an opportunity to play in 9+ local games as well as 3 or more tournaments or festivals. There are no additional fees for tournament play. Lacrosse games are quick, lasting less than an hour. Our season ends at the end of May, no long commitments, no interfering with your families summer vacation plans. 

 Indoor skills and conditioning starts on Saturday, February 25th for boys and Sunday February 26th for girls and runs for five consecutive weeks. Come give us a try and find out what all the hype is about.



by posted 01/31/2017
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