The Long Island Tribe is committed to engaging the surrounding community which allows us as adults to enjoy the game we love. The personal reward and sense of fulfillment we receive from such community outreach far exceeds the humble contributions we are able to provide to the programs we engage. We are pro actively seeking community programs to partner with, and we will continue our philanthropic endeavors and participation with all interested socially beneficial causes.
Call to discuss a partnership with the Long Island Tribe:
General Manager, Matt Schreck: 516-532-2224
Co-Owner, Dennis Machado: 516-532-0310
Welcome to Levittown Red Devil Football & Cheerleading
Thank you for visiting our website!
- Red Devils is a non-profit, volunteer organization. All board members, coordinators, coaches and team parents are volunteers. Please respect these dedicated people for the time they are unselfishly dedicating on behalf of all of our children, and consider being a volunteer too.
- The Red Devils program offers everyone an equal opportunity to experience the excitement of cheerleading and football, with a focus on sportsmanship, fun, learning, and participation. Although we acknowledge that winning is the finest reward in any athletic competition, our top priority is teaching our children respect, discipline, and teamwork. We hope that the Red Devils can be a positive experience for you and your athlete.
- The Levittown Red Devils Football and Cheerleading serves Levittown, Island Trees, East Meadow, Hicksville, Wantagh, Westbury and surrounding communities.
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact one of the following Levittown Red Devil volunteers listed below, or any member of the Red Devils Board:
Dennis Machado - League Commissioner - 516-532-0310
Andrea Dempsey - Cheerleading Director - 516-978-2661
The Man #4
Jamal Davis was born at Kings County Hospital on August 5, 1977. Growing up, Jamal remained an avid sportsman. He’s been an athlete since the age of 6, playing baseball at P.S. 221, basketball at I.S. 391 and football for Sheepshead Bay High School. Later, he settled at Interboro Institute to pursue higher education.
After college, Jamal began working for Computer Generated Solutions as a Software Analyst for three years. During that time, Jamal’s mother became gravely ill and eventually succumbed to her illness. She passed on October 5th of 2007. He then dedicated and devoted his time focusing on his first love, football, his career and his younger brother, Marlon Lewis.
Then, on one unfortunate day, September 7, 2008, Jamal’s world would change forever. As the cornerback for the Brooklyn Seminoles, sporting the # 4 on that infamous jersey, with one collision, Jamal became seriously injured on the very first play of the game against the NYC Falcons. Jamal’s back and neck were broken in three places. The extent of his injuries left him paralyzed from the neck down.
He was immediately taken to Kings County Hospital (where he was coincidentally born) and later moved to Mt. Sinai in Manhattan. There, physical therapy was administered up to 3 hours a day. Then Jamal resided in his hometown Borough of Brooklyn at the Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center (David Minkin Rehabilitation Institute) up until the very sad day on Friday the 18th of March, 2011 when Jamal passed on to a better place. Jamal always welcomed all visitors. The Semi-Pro/ Minor League Community, Friends & family all came from around the globe to spend time with Jamal before his passing! Those were his most cherished times.
We, his family and friends created a special fund to help Jamal Davis through the tough times and tough days that was ahead of him. Donations to this cause helped Jamal with his livelihood, he was able to pay some hospital bills and was able to continue taking care of his younger brother with the support of other family members. This will be the third annual Jamal Davis Classic event & the Funds raised from here will go towards the scholarship that the Jamal Davis Fund is in works with. Along with Jamal's old High School, the fund financially supports outstanding Student Athletes on an annual basis so they are able to obtain a College Education in Jamal's name!
The event as always will be taking place on the last weekend of June, which will be on the 25th and the 26th at Samuel J. Tilden H.S. this year. Please come out and help us support our brother and this great effort to impact our youth's education. We all believe “we must stand together and help each other especially in times of need”. We’re asking that you keep Jamal in your thoughts and prayers as he watches over us !!! R.I.P. Jamal "Doo Doo" Davis We Love You !