IN MEMORY OF COACH JOHN "POP" SCALA
1932 -2014



John "Pop" Scala 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. He loved and lived life to the fullest. His kindness and generosity made everyone who knew him feel like he was their Pop.

- Legacy.com


Any inquiries for the Rose Tree Colts organization can be forwarded to the following:

FOOTBALL:
Contact Steve Resnick via emailbear81188@yahoo.com

CHEERLEADING: Contact Stori Peters via email -
 speters1122@hotmail.com

ROSE TREE COLTS YOUTH FOOTBALL AND CHEER
Established 1955
 PLEASE EXCUSE OUR APPEARANCE WHILE WE ARE UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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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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