Parkland Rangers join Gold Coast Conference!  

We are very excited to announce that the Parkland Rangers Board of Directors UNANIMOUSLY voted to approve our move from the TCFC to the Greater Miami South Florida Pop Warner Conference (GCPW) AND NOW to the Gold Coast Pop Warner Conference!!

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Rangers Pee Wees Capture 2009 Treasure Coast Conference Championship!
Congratulations on a Great 2009 Season to all of our football and cheer teams! With our 2009 season completed, we are proud of the efforts of all of our boys and girls who turned in outstanding performances. Our Tiny Mite and Mitey Mite teams performed at a very high level all season long while 3 of our 4 playoff eligible teams qualified for the post season with our Pee Wee division winning the Treasure Coast Conference Championship. Taking home the top prize in a very competative 19-team conference is quite an amazing feat and we are very proud of our boys! Our Cheerleaders were outstanding at this year's competition laying a strong foundation for 2010!


Why We Play for the Parkland Rangers
What sets the Parkland Rangers apart from other local tackle football organizations is our ALL PLAY rules. What this does is to insure that all players of all sizes, strengths and abilities are equally coached. With every child playing a significant role in the outcome of a game, coaches see the need to work with all players so when they are in the game, the team remains competitive. For the player, this means higher self esteem, improved ability, added responsibility, increased toughness and a true feeling the he is part of the team.

November 24, 2008

Legendary Sports Photographer linked to Parkland Rangers Football. See video of Neil Leifer, legendary sports photographer for Sports Illustrated/Time and honorary Parkland Rangers team photographer, discussing his latest book, Guts and Glory, Golden Age of American Football and his new passion, photographing his grandson, Joey Osbourne, of the Parkland Rangers.  Video is from NBC's Today Show with Matt Lauer recorded Monday, November 24, 2008.  Watch Video