Delray Rocks Youth Football and Cheerleading
|Pre-Registration||Feb 1 - March 31 - $65.00 Resident; $75.00 Non Resident|
|Regular Registration||April 1 - July 31 - $75.00 Resident; $85.00 Non Resident|
|Late Registration||August 1 - August 7 - $85.00 Resident; $95.00 Non Resident|
|Practice Begins||August 1|
|Note||Each additional child will have a $5.00 discount towards registration fee.|
|Volunteer Coaches||All volunteers wanting to coach for football and cheerleading for next season please contact the number above to set an appointment!|
Delray Rocks Home Field Game Location
Hilltopper Stadium - Seacrest Facility
2501 N. Seacrest Blvd.
Delray Beach, FL
From the North: Take I-95 South to Woolbright Road (Exit 56). Turn Left East onto Woolbright Road. Turn Right onto Seacrest Blvd Go down about a mile and a half. Seacrest Facility on the left. Turn into first entrance near the Aqua Crest Pool. Go all the way down to parking lots. Field & Stadium behind Soccer Complex.
From the South: Take I-95 North to Atlantic Avenue East (Exit 52). Turn Left onto N. Swinton Avenue. Turn Right onto NE 22nd Street. Turn Left onto NE 2nd Avenue/Seacrest Blvd. The Seacrest Facility is on the right. Turn into the entrance near the Aqua Crest Pool. Go all the way down to parking lots. Field & Stadium behind Soccer Complex.
Delray Rocks Practice Fields
Pompey Park Recreation Center
1101 NW 2nd Street
Delray Beach, FL
History of Delray Rocks
The Delray Rocks Football Team was brought into existence in 1967 by our then Athletic Director, William "Bill" Smith. Bill recognized the need for a Youth Program.
Mr. Smith was a member of the airborne during his military career. He remembered the 503rd Airborne for their brave efforts during the retaking of the Island of Corregidor from the Japanese. At a loss of three-fourths of their men, the Squadron still managed to take back the Island of Corregidor. For their fight to the end fortitude, the squadron earned the nickname "The Rocks".
Smith thought the name fitting for this league. He thought that the coaching staff and community should instill in the minds of the youths that regardless of the odds, they could persevere.
Through the years we have tried to develop this philosophy - Success is not measured with the amount of wins and losses on the football field but with attitude, respect and the ability to succeed in life.
Some of these children have gone on to become successful High School, College and Professional Athletes. We are proud of our youth, both players and cheerleaders. We honor our coaches who devote time well spent with the youth of our area.
Weight Divisions/Ages - Football and Cheer
|Tiny Mite||5-6-7 year olds, 35-75 lbs.|
|Mitey Mite||7-8-9 year olds, 45-90 lbs.|
|Junior Pee Wee||8-9-10 year olds, 60-105 lbs.
11 year olds, 60-85 lbs. (older/lighter)
|Pee Wee||9-10-11 year olds 75-120 lbs.
12 year olds 75-100 lbs. (older/lighter)
|Junior Midget||10-11-12 year olds 85-135 lbs.
13 year olds 85-115 lbs. (older/lighter)
|Midget||11-12-13-14 years olds. 105-160 lbs.
15 years olds 105-140 lbs. (older/lighter)
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