The DIAA Football Committee voted to recommend the top level of Delaware's new high school football system end with an open tournament, but there are still questions about how they'd create the seedings.
An expected vote on various Delaware high school football realignment plans was tabled by the DIAA Board following concern that non-public schools didn't get ample notification of proposals.
Forty-one Delaware high school football players have been honored with the 2020 Maxwell Football Club Mini Max High School Award for leading their schools on the field, in the classroom, and in the community.
Howard RB Kevin Ignudo, Smyrna DT/TE Elijah Statham, and Sussex Central LB Alton Dennis won the major awards on the 2020 DIFCA All-State Football Teams.
Newark's two-year run in Division 2 and the Blue Hen Conference's Flight B will come to an end based upon enrollment numbers announced by the Delaware Department of Education.
They might not have been the consensus picks for the championship games, but we are left with two intriguing matchups for the DIAA Football Championships Saturday in Dover.
The DIAA selection process will probably remain as controversial as anything over the past three months, but the time to listen to complaining is over for now, as the focus shifts to the field for the DIAA Football Semifinals.
Smyrna and Archmere earned the top seeds for the DIAA Football Tournaments after a lengthy discussion by the committee Sunday morning.
Caesar Rodney alum Justin Strickland remembered his coach Mike Schonewolf as someone who could use colorful, non-colorful, language on the practice field.
There is plenty to be thankful on this Thanksgiving weekend, and hopefully you are reading this in good health, and ready for another pivotal week in the chase for the 2020 DIAA Football Playoffs, with a five-day sampler on tap.
Another tough week for Delaware high school football, as six games are off the schedule, just another reminder that those teams that can play should savor the opportunity this weekend.
The 7-week sprint that is the 2020 DIAA Football season races past the midway mark this weekend, and sorting out the 8 teams that will play in mid-December will start to take form this weekend.
The four-year journey of transforming Baynard Stadium concludes Friday night as Salesianum hosts Smyrna in the first game at Rocco Abessinio Stadium.
The DIAA announced this week that games affected by COVID postponements are no-contests and not forfeits, that could be very important for Division 2 tournament contenders.
Facing a shortage of competitive games and an earlier potential lawsuit from Salesianum, Delaware high school football might look a lot different next fall.
Wilmington Friends has forfeit Friday's football game at Saint Mark's, as the school is struggling to keep a healthy roster.
Sussex Tech will close their campus on Thursday and Friday, including not playing their football game this weekend, due to a third COVID-19 positive test this week.
Woodbridge High School will revert to a remote learning model until at least November 9, 2020, and the football team will lose three games, after the school reported multiple positive COVID-19 cases among staff members and students.
This week's early signing period is for Division I athletes, Division II athletes can sign during the regular period that begins on February 5, 2020.
Polytech’s Board of Education unanimously voted to leave the Henlopen Conference after the 2020-21 season following a lengthy discussion at their school board meeting Tuesday night.
Defending D2 champion Woodbridge and undefeated Hodgson earned the top seeds for the 2019 DIAA Football Tournaments that kick off Friday.
Salesianum pulled together a stunning last-minute drive for a touchdown, but missed on a 2-point conversion after the buzzer as they fell 28-27 to Middletown Saturday night.
Division 2 football suffered its first shakeup as the bottom half of the Top 10 became quite turbulent in the second week of the Delaware High School season.
A mix of established dynasties and sometimes complete guesses find their way to the top of our 2019 Fall Preseason Delaware High School Sports Rankings.