2020 Coaching Application Now Available!

📣 Calling All Football & Cheer Coaches! 📣

If you’re interested in a coaching position for the 2020 season, the application is now available on our website! Please follow the link in the drop down menu to apply. We are now asking all coaches to submit updated clearances each season! The links are provided on our website and must be submitted prior to contact with the athletes!

If you have any questions please contact our Athletic Directors.

John Hiden (Football AD)


Kristen Pittman (Cheer AD)


As always, thank you for your dedication to our kids!! ❤️ 🦅🖤

Semi final round playoff details

Date: Sunday; November 3rd, 2019


West Perry High School Football Field

2608 Shermans Valley Rd. Elliottsburg, Pa 17036

Gates Open:

10:30 am

Arrival time:

1 hour before game time for walkthrough and weigh in. Please plan accordingly; this location is a 59 minute drive from Dover!

Game times:

1:30pm Greenwood vs Dover (peewees) *Wear black home jersey, please bring white away jersey to be safe*

3:00pm Dover vs Good Shepherd(ponies) *Wear white away jersey, please bring black home jersey to be safe*

Good luck to both remaining teams this weekend!!!!!



C. Hake, President

JV Jamboree Information

Saturday, October 12:
🏈JV Jamboree🏈
This is for our JV Peewee and Pony teams!
It will take place at Cumberland Valley Stony Ridge Park. (50 Bernheisel Bridge Road, Carlisle, PA)
🏈Gates open at 7am
🏈Weigh ins start at 8:00am
🏈Games begin promptly at 8:30AM
Best of luck to both teams! We are so proud of you!

9/14/19 Midget Schedule Change

Midget Football Player Parents Only:

There has been a schedule change for this weekend. Midgets now play Saturday at 11:30am in Shippensburg. The varsity team we were supposed to play Sunday does not have a midget team, so the CFA set up something so our kids can still get some playing time!

Discount Weekend is Approaching!

Every year Dick’s Sporting Goods works with all types of youth non profit organizations in order to save their families money.
That time is approaching quickly!
I urge everyone to take advantage of this discount!


Website modifications!

We apologize for the inconvenience with the prior website hosting services offered thru Dick’s Sporting Goods since the beginning of the year!

In an effort to streamline and simplify the online registration process; we will now be using our standard website formatting as we have done the past two years.

Once again, we apologize for the inconvenience and we look forward to kicking the season off properly!

7 on 7: An explanation

With registrations for 7 on 7 now open, we wanted to provide an explanation of what the athletes can look forward to. We understand after hearing from some parents that there are some misconceptions out there, so we’d like to provide some clarity:

First, and most importantly,

7 on 7 is NOT flag football. 7 on 7 is formatted differently, and the athletes do not wear flags. There are no referees on the field. Instead, 7 on 7 drills are run more similarly to organized practices, with coaches on the field to provide guidance to the athletes between each play. We will be running our actual formations and plays from fall tackle season, and 7 on 7 will provide the athletes with an opportunity to gain repetitions and refine footwork, route running, and timing between quarterbacks and receivers.

7 on 7 drills, or sometimes called “passing camps”, have been a part of Varsity and Junior Varsity football for almost 20 years at the high school level. High school teams use them in the preseason to prepare for the coming fall season. Our goal is to implement this at the youth level to further help our players with fundamentals.

Typical 7 on 7 drills involve quarterbacks, running backs, receivers and tight ends running passing plays against a defense that consists of linebackers, cornerbacks, and safeties. The objective of the offense is simply to complete the pass, and the play is blown dead when the pass is completed. The defense’s objective is to cause incompletions or interceptions. Offenses can practice their pass routes, timing routes, and spacing, while the defense can practice zone coverage and man-on-man coverage skills. Offensive and defensive linemen are welcome to participate and all athletes are encouraged to try new positions.

One team will possess the ball for ten minutes, and they are free to use that ten minutes for as many or as few plays as they would like, with instruction in between plays if

necessary. The ball is snapped from the 40 yard line on each play. After ten minutes, the other team possesses the ball. A competitive element can be incorporated by the following scoring system:

5 yard completion – 5 points

10 yard completion – 10 points

15 yard completion – 15 points


Practices will be held during the week with scrimmages on the weekends. Multiple teams from the CFA and YCYFA have expressed interest in participating, and we are really looking forward to refining our skills for this coming tackle season. Tee shirts and shorts will be provided for all our Dover athletes. Hope to see you all there!

Ryan Thomas, Assistant Football Athletic Director