Welcome to Delaware Shore Field Hockey!

Welcome! This is the Delaware Shore Field Hockey website. Here you can learn about our skills training, indoor and summer leagues and showcase events for our travel teams.

Check out the master calendar for current scheduling and upload to your calendar.

Registrations for all travel, showcase and training programs open on March 4th, see particular pages in the Dashboard Menu.

Elementary Instruction and Training for Grades K-6

 Showcase and Travel Teams for 2019-2020

Indoor Championship Night

Elementary Division In the first semi-final match, the #4 seeded, Ravens, upended the #1 seed, Eagles by a final of 2-0. Olivia Hershelman and Brynn Evick did the scoring for the Ravens. The second semi-final game was a 2-2 result before the shootout that was decided by a goal by Mady Lehman giving the #2 seed, Skins, the win over the #3 seed, Cardinals. Nina Schrader and Lorilyn Marsch had the goals for the Cardinals while Macey Lenz and Lehman had the goals for the Skins before the overtime. In the championship game, the Skins continued their mastery of the shootout by earning a 2-1 win over the Ravens. The regulation game had ended in a 0-0 result before the overtime. Macey Lenz scored to put the Skins into the lead followed by another goal by Mady Lehman to put the Skins up 2-0. Brynn Evick scored to pull the Ravens to within one goal but the Ravens were not able to get the tying goal with the final shot. The Ravens were coaches by Hailey Moore, Rylie Cordrey and Sommer Dorman and the coaches for the Skins were Lacy Bayley and Maci Long. Alayna Martinez had the goalkeeping responsibilities during the semi-final games and during the shootouts. Elie Cerchio and Ally Clark split the goalkeeping during the championship game with Martinez. fullsizeoutput_4b6d Senior Division The championship game between the #1 seed, Roanoke, and the #2 seed, Vassar, was a scoring display. Roanoke prevailed for a 6-5 win by getting goals from Addy Basile (3) and Hannah Maney (4). Leah Metzner and Lacy Bayley (4) had the goals for Vassar. Goalies for the championship game were Allyson Clark and Elie Cerchio. The Roanoke coaches were Julie Heffernan and Riley Klopp while the coaches for Vassar were Lacy Bayley, Maci Long and Emma Lehman. fullsizeoutput_4b60  

Presentation of the donation to Easter Seals Rehab in Georgetown – $1100 check from the H4H indoor tourney

Quick Thank you to all our H4H sponsors for 2018-2019:

Ronny’s Garden World

Johnson Orthodontics

The Factory Sports

Arenas Cafe

Kids Ketch

Dorman’s Custom Apparel

Jason Anderson Foundation


Contact Information for Delaware Shore FH, Inc. a non-profit organization:

mail:34394 Retz Lane, Lewes, DE 19958 phone: 302-236-4265 e-mail: deshore@delawareshorefh.org
Delaware Shore’s normal cycle of events The normal cycle of events for Delaware Shore begins with the elementary training sessions for grades 1 (some K accepted) through 6 in September each year (Sunday afternoons). This group then forms teams for play in the winter indoor league, also held on Sunday afternoons (January through the end of February). Finally, the group forms new teams for the summer league. The summer league (June through July) games are played on Monday and Wednesday evenings on a reduced sized outdoor field. Concurrently, the indoor travel teams start their practice sessions to get prepared for the winter indoor tourneys and to qualify for the Indoor National Tournaments. NIT’s are near the end of February or early in March depending on age group. The outdoor showcase teams also begin practices in June before summer league games with skills sessions to prepare for the Full field showcases in November, January and February. Athletes wishing to join our travel programs MUST register and participate in our summer leagues. That is the basis of your tryout period.
The Jason Anderson Youth Sports foundation is offering a grant for student athletes! Click here to look at the application!