CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES WILL BE HELD AT
MARPLE NEWTOWN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
NOVEMBER 17TH, 2018
120 MEDIA LINE ROAD, NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA 19073

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

ROOKIE FOOTBALL GAMES:
9:00AM Darby Township vs. Drexel Hill, Marple(1) vs. Prospect Park
10:00AM Avon Grove vs. Haverford, Brandywine DE vs. Springfield, Greater 69th St vs. Rose Tree
11:00AM Marple(2) vs. Kennett Unionville, Coatesville vs. Oxford

12:00PM Punt, Pass, and Kick
12:30PM Academic Awards

Championship Games
1:00PM Sophomore Division - Downingtown vs. Coatesville
3:00PM Junior Division - Drexel Hill vs. Coatesville
5:00PM Senior Division - Coatesville vs. Downingtown

Admission for all events: ADULTS $5.00
CHILDREN (UNDER 14YRS) $1.00

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East Division consists of the following teams: Clifton Heights, Darby Township, Drexel Hill, Greater 69th Street, Prospect Park, Ridley
Central Division consists of the following teams: Brandywine BYC, Brandywine DE, Haverford, Marple, Rose Tree, Springfield
West Division consists of the following teams: Avon Grove, Coatesville, Downingtown, Kennett/Unionville, Norchester, Oxford


Philadelphia Eagles Partner With Bert Bell

The Philadelphia Eagles have partnered with Bert Bell, beginning in 2016. Some highlights of events in which Bert Bell representatives were invited to attend are listed below.

ESTABLISHED IN 1962

The Bert Bell Memorial Football Conference provides football and cheerleading for the Suburban Philadelphia Area, including Montgomery, Chester, Bucks, and Delaware Counties as well as New Castle County, Delaware. The Conference is founded to further the ideals of the game of football at the school level. Its general purpose is to strive to equip boys and girls with the mechanical skills, physical condition and mental attitude necessary for the pursuance of the game at the high school and college level. Also, to teach through supervision and by example the principles of sportsmanship and fair play, without undue emphasis on winning or losing. This program shall be implemented in such a way as to make no sacrifice to scholastic achievement. Contrarily, it shall be the purpose to teach participants that eligibility for athletic activity is based on satisfactory performance in the classroom.