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Football

  

Number of Teams: 2 - Varsity and Frosh/Soph.

Tryouts: There are no tryouts; all students who choose to participate on the team are on the team.  

Season: Fall Season of sport, which runs from August to November.

Schedule/League:  The team has 7 league games in the BVAL Santa Teresa Division. BVAL Santa Teresa consists of Branham, Gunderson, Independence, Leland, San Jose, Silver Creek, Willow Glen

CCS Playoffs:  Central Coast Section Playoffs are for Varsity only.

League Championships: 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2016

CCS Championships: 1996

The Del Mar High School Football Program:

The goal of the Del Mar football program in its broadest perspective is to be an intricate part of the total education and enrichment of the individual. The program provides for both team and individual opportunities. The football program will also provide an opportunity for the exceptional athlete to develop his expertise. In developing that expertise, the program is designed to provide the player with due respect as a person, with competent and professional coaching, equipment and practice time to prepare for meeting a schedule compatible with our level of ability.

The players are public figures of the program, he or she as a member of the Team is expected to reflect the spirit of sportsmanship, dedication and loyalty to his teammates as well as to the team. The program provides a rallying point for players, parents and friends to meet in that spirit and unity.

List of other expectations:

1.  To Provide an opportunity for young men/women to participate in a highly competitive football program.

2. To provide a wholesome and positive FUN experience through athletic competition.

3. To provide teaching instruction and exposure to all phases of football skills at a level that will challenge the abilities of each individual and provide an opportunity for each to excel to his highest potential.

4. To be successful and gain an understanding that complete and maximum effort can and will produce some degree of satisfaction, even though the ultimate goal is not always archived. 

5. To create opportunities to learn about and set goals. To see the worth and importance of hard work, the value of team work, cooperation and to experience the feeling involved in competitive athletics.

6. To present the opportunity that nothing worthwhile comes easy and that self-discipline, sacrifice and diligent preparation can produce worthwhile and satisfying results.

7. To conduct ourselves in a manner that will foster positive friendships with other athletes from opposing teams and be a credit to ourselves and the communities that we represent.
*Summer Conditioning: Is not mandatory, but is strongly recommended. Varsity conditions Monday through Friday 9am-12pm. JV conditions Monday through Friday 2pm-5pm. 
 
*The first official day of Football practice is August 4th. Please contact Coach Bumbaca for more details at JBumbaca@cuhsd.org