Rockets B-Team Loses Hard Fought Battle

READING, MA - The Reading B Rockets lost a hard fought battle with the Dracut Middies 7-6 on Sunday.  It was a game played between the 20 yard lines and not settled until the last drive by the Middies. Dracut opened the game with an 8 minute drive but the tough Rocket defense led by Jeremy Rosh, Matt Segalla and ... More

Rockets B-Team Rushes Past Westford

READING, MA - The Reading Pop Warner B-team Junior Rockets won their second game of the year in as many weeks, this time against Westford, 28-6, in a game dominated by them in the trenches last Sunday. The Reading offensive line pushed off the ball all game long, and the defensive line put constant pressure on a very ... More

Watch a New Online Video Series “Pop Warner: The Season”

Reading Pop Warner Featured in National Online Video Series Following a Youth Football Team's Season READING, MA – Pop Warner Little Scholars is offering a look inside the nation’s oldest and most prominent youth football organization by turning the lens on one youth football team. In Pop Warner: The Season, ... More

Reading Unlimited Cruises Past Westford

READING, MA - Led by strong performances by both their offensive and defensive lines, the Reading Unlimited Pop Warner team cruised by the Westford Jr Ghosts with a dominant 29-0 victory. The tone for the game was set on the first play from scrimmage when Ben Mason burst through the Jr Ghost offensive line and crushed a ... More

E-Team “Chalk Time”

READING, MA - The Reading Pop Warner E-Team took advantage of the rain on Tuesday with an indoor, fundamentals practice and a chalk-talk classroom session to cover playbook installation. Alvin Reynolds, a 22-year NFL defensive back coach and current camp director for Under Armour is seen here discussing his philos... More

Reading Pop Warner Wins National Championship!

ORLANDO, Fla. — For the first time ever, a Reading Pop Warner team has won a national championship. The Reading Pop Warner “A” team defeated the Shaker Fire Raiders from Shaker Heights, Ohio, 39-13, to claim the Unlimited Division national championship. “It feels great! I’m so proud of the kids,” said ... More