IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM
"CHIEF" HAMPTON
6/15/1922 - 4/30/2015



In 1954 with the help
of his friends, Arnold McMinn & John Scala, Chief Hampton started the Rose Tree Midgets, which later became
the Rose Tree Colts. Both he and his
friends saw this as an opportunity and a calling to provide a safe outlet for
youthful energy and
a chance to teach/instill the fundamentals of
good sportsmanship.
In 1972 the Chief was named Pop Warner
All American for his long service to the youth of the
community and in
1974 Chief Hampton
received the Warren
B. Humes
Sportsperson of the Year by the Media Old Timers Assoc. The
Chief remained with
the Colts as President until his retirement in 1979. 
Even after his retirement, the Chief remained a steady presence at the Colts field attending many practices and games. In the fall of 2012,
Rose Tree Colts
decided to name the field where they play
at "The Chief Hampton Field." The "Chief"
left behind the most important gift to his family, friends and
the Rose Tree Colts Organization - wonderful memories.
 - Legacy.com

ROSE TREE COLTS
Established 1955

Celebrating 60 Years of Football and Cheer

                                                                                                                              



FOOTBALL AND CHEER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!! 
FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION,
Click Here

ROSE TREE COLTS FIELD & COMPETITION CHEER will hold a meet and greet         on May 28th in the cafeteria of Penncrest High School for the 2015/2016   season. For more information, Click Here 
2015 FREE FOOTBALL & CHEER SUMMER CAMP:  The Rose Tree Colts summer football and cheer camp will be from 5:00pm - 6:30pm on June 28th, July 12th,
& July 19th. Colts Camp is open to all kids ages 5 and up. For more information,   Click Here.


Any inquiries for the Rose Tree Colts organization can be forwarded to the following:
FOOTBALLContact Steve Resnick via emailbear81188@yahoo.com
CHEERLEADING: Contact Stori Peters or Sarah Hall via email - coltscheernation@gmail.com














Pop had a phenomenal success with the Rose Tree Colts from 1962-1984. He joined as an assistant coach of the 95-pound team and then became head coach of the 115-pound team. In his years with the Colts, the team had won the Bert Bell Football Conference football championship six times. Winning every bowl game they played at West Point, twice at Annapolis and twice at Atlantic City. He had over 250 winning games in his football-coaching career. All for the love of the game. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/delcotimes/obituary.aspx?pid=173335660#sthash.GGJZNcxE.dpuf

Pop had a phenomenal success with the Rose Tree Colts from 1962-1984. He joined as an assistant coach of the 95-pound team and then became head coach of the 115-pound team. In his years with the Colts, the team had won the Bert Bell Football Conference football championship six times. Winning every bowl game they played at West Point, twice at Annapolis and twice at Atlantic City. He had over 250 winning games in his football-coaching career. All for the love of the game. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/delcotimes/obituary.aspx?pid=173335660#sthash.GGJZNcxE.dpuf








































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