The Delaware High School Football “Delaware extramural Athletic Association” (DIAA) is a corporation that oversees and regulates interscholastic athletics within the U.S.A. The state of Delaware. The DIAA is headquartered at the toilet W. Collette Education Resource Center in Dover. The Delaware extramural Athletic Association is ever-changing the planning of its high school football divisions starting with the forthcoming fall season. The DIAA additional a 3rd division for 2 years.
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The state’s biggest classification can currently be called category 3A, rather than Division I. 3A is composed of eleven colleges. category 2A will have twenty-one schools and therefore the new 1A classification will have fourteen teams.
The purpose of the Delaware interschool Athletic Association is to preserve and promote the tutorial significance of interscholastic athletics; to market equity and moral behavior; to determine and enforce standards of conduct for athletes, coaches, administrators, officials, and spectators; to safeguard the physical well-being of the athletes, and to promote healthy adolescent lifestyles. The membership consists of 118 schools (61 high colleges and fifty-five middle schools). DIAA organizes and conducts thirty-one boys’ and girls’ state championships that involve some 490 teams, 6,500 athletes in a hundred seventy-five contests, and 90,000 spectators.
Sports Information – DIAA
DIAA, as a member of The National Federation of State high school Associations (NFHS), regulates the taking part in rules of and conducts the tournaments for fourteen sports. DIAA crowns 31 champions every school year. Championship competition for ladies is sponsored in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf (co-ed), lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, indoor track, outside track, and volleyball. Boys Championships are determined in football, baseball, basketball, cross country, golf (co-ed), lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, indoor track, outdoor track, and wrestling. DIAA classifies groups for Division I and Division II and crowns 2 state champions within the following sports: cross country, football, outside track, association football, and wrestling.
Since 1969, groups within the Henlopen Conference have won a complete of twenty-five state soccer championships. The south leads the north in championships sixteen to 9. Caesar Rodney leads the northern division with 3 Division I Championships and Delmar leads the southern division with six Division II Championships. Woodbridge high school was the last team to win a state championship in 2016.
Only 3 times has the conference swept the Division I and Division II championship. In 1988, Dover from the North and Indian stream from the South was the primary to try and do it. In 2008, Caesar Rodney from the North and Milford from the south accomplished the feat. within the 2008 championship games, each Caesar Rodney and Milford defeated geographical area Central and Laurel to win their individual championships, marking the sole time the ultimate four groups in the state tournament were from the Henlopen Conference. within the latest occasion, Woodbridge won the Division II championship and metropolis won the Division I championship in 2016.
Seaford High School is the only school in the conference to win both a Division I and II Championship.
DE High School Football Rankings
Rankings updated: Sunday & Tuesday, Last update: 2/22/2021
|1. Howard (Wilmington)||2. Sussex Central (Georgetown)|
|3. Smyrna||4. Middletown|
|5. St. Georges Tech (Middletown)||6. Salesianum (Wilmington)|
|7. Archmere Academy (Claymont)||8. Caesar Rodney (Camden)|
|9. Hodgson Vo-Tech (Newark)||10. Cape Henlopen (Lewes)|
|11. Woodbridge (Bridgeville)||12. Red Lion Christian Academy (Bear)|
|13. Appoquinimink (West Middletown)||14. St. Mark’s (Wilmington)|
|15. Dover||16. Delmar|
|17. Milford||18. Concord (Wilmington)|
|19. William Penn (New Castle)||20. Newark|
|21. Delaware Military Academy (Wilmington)||22. Sussex Tech (Georgetown)|
|23. Laurel||24. Caravel (Bear)|
|25. St. Andrew’s (Middletown)|