CONGRATS to the PW Falcons and the JPW Golden Falcons.Both squads took FIRST in Wescon Championships and are headed to Nationals in Orlando!
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THIS WEEK AT TORREY PINES POP WARNER.
Time to celebrate AGAIN!! ALL Torrey Pines Pop Warner Cheer Squads were invited to compete at WESCON last Sunday (11/22) at the WESCON Championships held at SDSU Viejas Arena with their first place wins at the Palomar Conference Competition in October. There were thousands of young ladies from all over Southern CA and AZ who attended Sunday’s Competition.
We had three squads of young ladies for our Pop Warner Cheer Teams attend representing three divisions: Jr. Pee Wee (8-11) coached by Sarah Malo, Pee Wee (9-12) coached by Tammy Davila and Midget (11-15) coached by Kristy Hinds. ALL three teams qualified for Nationals at DISNEY WORLD with Jr. Pee Wee placing #2 and both Pee Wee and Midget placing #1 in their divisions. All three teams are eligible to compete at DISNEY WORLD the first week of December.
We are very proud of our Lady Falcons! Here's to our courageous and dedicated young ladies and supportive and talented coaches!!!
The Palomar Stars have the opportunity to participate in the Pop Warner Championship Games at Walt Disney World Come out and support the Palomar Conference Flag Football And C heer Challenger Team! Sunday, November 15th 10:00 am start time Marine Memorial Golf Course, Camp Pendleton $120.00 per person or $400.00 for a foursome (includes green fees, range balls, cart and lunch)
Please visit our GoFundMe Page if you are not a golfer: www.gofundme.com/dgc8po
Our midget cheer squad competed at Jamz Magic Mountain and placed first, qualifying them to compete at Jamz Nationals in Las Vegas in January. Congrats girl and coaches!
For those of you who recall the heartbreaking loss last year, on November 1, 2014, TPHS lost its ASB teacher and cheer coach/advisor, Scott Chodorow. For the next week, in his memory, the TPHS ASB president (who is also a varsity cheerleader) has organized a walk/run, many fundraisers and the below lists of restaurants all donating the proceeds of their earnings to the Lymphoma Society Research in his name. Please send this out to everyone you know and let’s keep the awareness going and honor this great man and huge part of TPHS and the community! He is still so greatly missed.
Below is a schedule of the fundraisers Jackie Weinrich has organized to continue to raise funds for lymphoma research in honor of Coach Chodorow. Please try to support these local restaurants who have graciously agreed to donate money in Coach's honor. Thank you so much.
Monday 11/2: Baked Bear - 5950 Village Center Loop Road #101, San Diego CA 92130 - 1pm-10pm
Tuesday 11/3: Jersey Mikes - 2626A Del Mar Heights Road, Del Mar CA 92014 - 10am-9 pm
Wednesday 11/4: Panera - 13450 Pacific Highlands Ranch Parkway, San Diego CA 92130 - 4pm-8pm
Thursday 11/5: Pizza Rev - 7835 Highland Village Place, San Diego CA 92129 - 11am-10pm
Friday 11/6: Rubio's - Suite C1, 3545 Del Mar Heights Road, San Diego CA 92130 - 3pm-10pm
Saturday 11/7: 22 Threads - 205 S El Camino Real, Encinitas CA 92024 - 10am-6pm
Monday 11/9: Chipotle - 2710 Via de la Valle B-290, Del Mar CA 92014 - 5pm-8pm
Torrey Pines Pop Warner has announced that it plans to partner with NFL Flag Football to form spring flag football teams that will practice and play in the Carmel Valley area.
NFL Flag Football plays six-man flag football games that allow both running and passing. Torrey Pines Pop Warner says it plans to form several teams of 7-9 kids in each age group in an effort to give each child as much playing time as possible.
“Our goal is to make kids fall in love with the game of football. This is a great opportunity for kids to have a lot of fun, develop skills and get a ton of playing time,” said Pop Warner Board Member Ward Wilsey. “My kids played on an NFL Flag team this past fall, and I couldn’t have been more impressed.”
While there will be several teams per age division, the teams will practice together in an effort to learn the offensive and defensive techniques used by actual Torrey Pines Pop Warner teams, which are based on the same strategies used by the Torrey Pines High School Football Team.
“Our goal is to develop kids from the flag level all the way until they get to high school. We want to make sure they fall in love with the game, and have the skills and knowledge necessary to eventually play in the Torrey Pines Program.”
The TPPW Board of Directors is looking for new members for the upcoming 2016 Fall Season!
If you have an interest in joining our team to help grow and improve our wonderful program for our incredible football and cheerleaders, please email us at email@example.com to find out more.
The following roles are now vacant and will need to be filled:
Football Player Agent
Football Coaches Agent
Spirit Day Coordinator
Football Equipment Manager
Little Scholars Rep
Lets celebrate the successful outcome of our Torrey Pines Pop Warner Cheer Leader Squads during last Sunday's (10/25) Palomar Conference Cheer Competition held at SDSU Viejas Arena. There were hundreds of young ladies from dozens of teams from 6 different classifications within 12 different areas in the Palomar Conference who attended Sunday’s Competition.
We had three squads of young ladies for our Pop Warner Cheer Teams attend representing three divisions: Jr. Pee Wee (8-11) coached by Sarah Malo, Pee Wee (9-12) coached by Tammy Davila and Midget (11-15) coached by Kristy Hinds. Even with some late season changes in squads and even some same day adjustments to routines, all three teams each placed #1 in their own division. Torrey Pines Pop Warner Cheer swept their competition with every team that competed. All three teams are eligible to attend the Wes Con Competition on Sunday, November 22 which will again be take place at the SDSU Viejas Arena. Here the top three teams from each division from other conferences in the South West will meet to see who will qualify for Nationals in December at Walt Disney World.
We are very proud of our Lady Falcons! Here's to our courageous and dedicated young ladies and supportive and talented coaches!!!
THANK YOU TORREY PINES POP WARNER FAMILIES AND VOLUNTEERS
FOR MAKING SPIRIT DAY
A FUN SUCCESSFUL EVENT
Two Torrey Pines students were chosen for the prestigious Pop Warner College Scholarship. Kailee Brashears and Roland Wheeler who have been academic and athletic leaders in their school, on Pop Warner teams and in the community. Each wrote beautiful essays telling a 10-yr old what Pop Warner has meant to them! Well deserved!!! Congrats!!!
In the early morning of Sunday, July 26th, Eddie Rangel, 36, passed away in his sleep for reasons unknown. Eddie was a disabled veteran, amazing father, wonderful husband, incredible friend to many. He was also dedicated and inspirational coach with Temecula Valley Pop Warner.
Coaching was Rangel’s passion. Nothing made him prouder than sharing his love of football with his sons and watching them excel on the field. He inspired so many players to always give their best and play with heart. He coached the Mighty Mite Fighting Bears with Temecula Valley Pop Warner during the 2014 season while commuting over 2 hours each way to work a full time job at Vencore.
Coach Rangel was always present and ready to teach the youth of Temecula his love and passion for the game of football. He dedicated countless volunteer hours to making sure each of his players were conditioned, practiced safely, and were driven to excel on the field. Rangel was starting his second season with Temecula Valley Pop Warner to coach his youngest son’s Mighty Mite team and help coach his older son’s Junior Pee Wee team.
Donations to the family can be made at any US Bank location to the Eddie Rangel Family Memorial Fund to help the family in their time of need. The account # is 157505726693 and routing # if needed for online deposits is 122235821.
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To Moms of boys wanting to play football,
Growing up on the West Coast, I played every sport I could - soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, I swam and for a short period I was even in a bowling league, but the only time I got to play football was at school during recess. I am pretty sure that the universal rules of recess football are still the same: Two-hand touch (when the recess lady was watching), one run per every four downs, two completions for a first down and we always debated whether we were going to count “Alligator” or “Mississippi” to rush the passer.
My parents never allowed playing organized football to be an option for me. They didn’t want me to get hurt. In the spring of eighth grade, the high school football coach came to our middle school to talk to a bunch of us about playing high school football. I was interested in soccer and the other sports at the time but playing football was definitely intriguing. My mom still would not let me play.
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Cheer: Kristy Hinds, has over 20+ years of pop warner cheer coaching. Kristy began her cheer background coaching with Rancho Penasquitos and joined Torrey pines pop warner 4 years ago. She is the coach of many former national championship teams and has been a great asset and joy to Torrey pines. By day, Kristy is a planning associate with Scripps Hospice. By night she loves cuddling to her sweet puppies at home, crafting for her cheer squads and dedicating all her free time to coaching and her squads. She loves anything sweet to kill that sugar craving.
Football: Andy Vanderweil, coached for 16 years. Has 2 kids currently in the PW program. He is Vice President of Waxie and loves Otter Pops.
Cheer: Tammy Davila, is a graduate from the University of Miami. She began her cheer background at the young age of 8 years old including optimist, high school, college and professionally with the San Diego Chargers. Tammy has been cheering for over 15 years and was also the Director of the Charger Cheerleaders for 8 years. As a mother of four, with all involved with TPPW, Tammy has been the head coach for many years and earned several national championship titles for TPPW. Tammy is currently the Cheer Player Agent for the Board of Directors for Torrey pines and has held this position for 4 years.
Jr. Pee Wee:
Football: Jason Helfrich, played football for 10 years and coached for the past 12 years. His 2013 Jr. Midget team went to the Pop Warner Super Bowl. He is a Chiropractor by day and loves any Blizzard Flavor!
Cheer: Sarah Malo, is a graduate of Cal State San Marcos with a degree with English. Sarah has been coaching with Torrey pines for 8 years and currently resides as the cheer coordinator for the board of directors for TPPW for the past 3 years and a board member for 4 years. Sarah has over 20 years of cheer, dance and gymnastics and began her cheer "career" at a young age and was even a part of the award winning, 1st ever, national champion Mt. Carmel high school cheer squad. During the day, Sarah is an executive assistant to a prominent financial advisor in North County and enjoys spending time with her new husband and dog Maximus by night.
Football: Adrian Monterio, played football for 12 years and this will be his 11th year of coaching. He has one son in the Pop Warner Program. Adrian is currently the Player Agent for the Board of Directors for Torrey Pines Pop Warner and has held this position for 2 years. By day he is the Owner and Managing Director of Aerial Credentials. Go Falcons!
Football: Todd Saier and Glenn McGillivray
New Year, New Teams, One Dream!!! GO FALCONS!!!
This year, nearly 8,000 applications were submitted to the Pop Warner national office. This is a great honor and being hosted right here in San Diego!! All recipients are invited to attend the 2015 Pop Warner All-American Scholar Weekend, taking place on Friday, May 22 & Saturday, May 23, 2015 at the Hilton Bayfront Resort in San Diego, Ca.
Friday, May 22, 2015 from 6:30-9pm for 5th and 6th Graders
Saturday, May 23, 2015 from 9am - 11:30am for 7th & 8th Graders
Where Are They Being Recognized??
Hilton Bayfront Resort, San Diego California
Pop Warner exists to use football, cheerleading, dance and a respect for education to develop strong, smart, responsible, healthy young men and women. We give them experiences that build their appreciation for and understanding of leadership, teamwork, and discipline.
Many thanks to our 2015 TPPW sponsors. Our football and cheer program would not be successful without the generous donations from local businesses and families.
Hall of Fame:
Del Mar Kids: $3,500
Chicago Title, Lonnie Mcbride: $1,000
Dan Conway Associates, a professional real estate group: $1,000
The Guiltinan Group, Brian Guiltinan: $1,000
Broken Yolk: $1,000
Crust Pizza: $1,000
Jersey Mike's: $1,000
The Raduenz Family: $500
The Calhoun Family: $500
The Ellis Family: $500
The Foote Family: $500
The Flaming Family: $500
The Benson Family: $500
O'Gara Coach La Jolla Rick Ahumada premiere client services specializing in Lamb, Bentley & Rolls Royce: $500
Wasserman Group: $500
Crunch Gym Carmel Valley: $500
Rookie of the year
The Brown Family: $200
The Emri Family: $200
Panera Bread: $200
Steve Mariucci NFL Network $200
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