Kerry Galloway Sr.
Coach Kerry began coaching football at the age of 18 years old as a special teams coach for the Springfield Youth Club in 1984-1989. He was under Head coach Dr. Joel Mascaro. He won 4 division championships and 2 conference championships in the Bert Bell League: 70lbs team in 1984 & 78lb team in 1986. In 1989 he took over the Chris Arnold Basketball League in his hometown of Darby Township (Sharon Hill, PA). The name was later changed to Kerry’s Klassic Basketball League. In this league he coached the Orangemen on 9-11 years old, 12-14 years old, 15-17 years old and 18 & over. All 4 levels with a record of 366-120, winning 23 Championships.
Coach Kerry had a stint with girls basketball where he coached at Christ Our King in the CYM League from 2000-03. His teams won 3 championships in 2000, 2001 and 2002.
In 1997, Coach Kerry became the assistant coach for the J. Street Raider under Arthur Ames. In 2000, Coach Kerry became the junior head coach. The team went 8-2 losing in the championship 6-0 to the Bulldogs on a cold 20-degree day. The next year, Coach Kerry moved up to the senior division to take over a senior team that had only won 1 game in the last two years. Coach Kerry’s 2001 team went 9-0 before losing one of the strangest championships ever to the Bulldogs. His team bounced back the next year going 9-1, but this time beating those same Bulldogs in the championship. Coach Kerry has a record of 94-19-2 with 3 championships: 2002, 2005 & 2007 as well as 2 championships with No Limit Hurricanes in 2010 and 2012. His teams are always well-disciplined, aggressive and tough football players. Coach Kerry has coached the likes of: Devon Still, DT Cincinnati Bengals, Kavon Brown, DT VA Union, Dewuan Wesley, Small forward University of New Orleans, Khadijah Rushdan, Guard Rutgers, Michelle Baker, Guard St. Joe’s, his nephew, Kevin Stewart, Guard IUP, Dakvies Howard, WR Wesley, Mychal McAdoo, CB Alabama A&M and CJ Jones, Boston College.
Coach Kerry has had a very strong impact on many young men and young ladies throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware. Coach Kerry wants his players to be like his favorite scripture: Isaiah 40:31 – But those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles. They shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint. Wait= stay busy.
Coach Kerry is married with 4 children Khalil, Terrace, Kerra, Kerry Jr.
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Emanuel, a native of Millsboro, Delaware, was born to the late Wilroy and Henrietta Justice. Emanuel is the youngest of 16 children. (Of course he wasn’t spoiled)
He is a graduate of Sussex Central High. Where is played basketball and was a member of their marching band. Emanuel is a veteran of the United States Army, where he served for six years as a Light Wheel Vehicle Mechanic specialist. He has completed several courses at Delaware Technical Community College, in Mechanical Engineer. He has attended Philadelphia Biblical University IHL, where he received a certificate in Pastoral Counseling. Emanuel has also received Certifications in Administration and Leadership from The Urban Alternative, in Dallas, Texas.
Emanuel is employed at AstraZeneca Pharmaceutical, in Newark, Delaware. He has worked therefor 17 years, in various positions. Emanuel began mentoring youth in the Christina School District in 2004, a program called Creative Mentoring. Emanuel was blessed in 2002, to be a liaison to the City of Wilmington J Street Raiders Football organization. I am grateful for having the opportunity to work with Coach Kerry. Emanuel has been able to mentor and assist some of the students with homework-help, held at the church.
Emanuel is a God fearing man, who loves the Lord with all his heart. At Union Baptist Church he serves in the Family Deacon ministry, he is also the Sunday School Superintendent and assigned to various Ministries under the leadership of his Pastor. Emanuel loves to work with youth also. Emanuel is one of the teachers for their Youth Bible Study.
Emanuel is grateful to the Lord for his many blessings and often reminds himself of the cost of Leadership. Emanuel very rarely gets upset about anything, because he knows God is His refuge and a very present help in trouble.
Emanuel is blessed to be married to Virgie Rene’ for 18 years. They are the parents of Asia and Andrew.
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Coached Jefferson Street Raiders for 7 seasons, in the Millard Naylor Football League. Coach Bob started his Coaching career as an assistant coach with the Jefferson St . Raiders Midgets football team, led by Head Coach, Rick Brown.
In 2005 Coach Bob became Head Coach for the J. St. Raiders Juniors. They won 4 Division titles and 2 League Championships. In 2008 and 2009, the Junior Division had two straight undefeated Championship seasons. My style of offense is rare in youth football and sometimes challenging. I combine aggressive plays and formations to keep the defense on its heels. My offense placed the majority of points in the league in my five years as head coach. In five seasons the J. St. Raider Juniors have lost only 4 games with 3 ties. In coaching my duty is not only on the field, it is one as to keep the youth active in the community and to direct them positively to be productive role models in the future.
Married to Jacqueline Henderson with two kids, Quadree K. Henderson and Shaniyah M. Henderson.
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Coach Kip Lee was born in the Bronx N.Y and currently resides in Delaware with his wife and two children. As a youth, while playing and training for all sports, his avid love for athletics developed. Kip excelled in baseball and was awarded an academic and sports scholarship; in the University of Texas, Kip continued playing baseball. Coach Kip began mentoring the troubled youth of NYC while working for RACOL. Upon relocating to Delaware he continued to pursue his passion for sports and his love for the youth while coaching The J*Street Raiders, senior division, of Wilmington Delaware. Kip’s family, colleagues and friends consider him to be a family man of great faith and Christian character.
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Arvon U. Jackson(Coach Pops), is a native of Wilmington, Delaware, referred to as Coach Pops. He is an excited 75 year old pioneer.
Arvon is a graduate of Howard High School, presently known as Howard High School of Technology. Arvon played football, baseball and basketball. He played with some notable names in the area, such as Jim Plunhell, Johnny Samples, Johnny Oates and Lenny Butler. Arvon also attended Maryland State University, formerly known as Maryland State College. There Arvon majored in Physical Education, and played football.
Arvon’s goal was to become a football coach. In order to accomplish that goal, he was under the tutelage of Mr. Millard Naylor. Mr. Naylor was used in various capacities at Howard High School, such as, Science teacher, football coach, baseball coach and basketball coach.
Arvon has coached five years with the New Castle Steelers under Head Coach Gary Hayman, two years at Bancroft Parkway, two years at Catholic Isenberg High City youth organization, two years with Wilmington, DE J Street Raiders under Head Coach Kerry Galloway.
Arvon has built a repore with the parents and players, in the way of instilling good morals and values as if they were his biological children. Arvon encourages the youth to be all that they can be, as well as, when it pertains to playing football, condition is the key.
Arvon is a member of Mount Joy Church, here in the City of Wilmington. His pastor is the Rev. Derrick Poser. Arvon has realized that, without God, he can do nothing. Arvon is thankful to be part of NO LIMIT organization.
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