How you VIEW what you do, will always affect how you DO what you do
Aug 11, 2021 12:00 PM
Andres Morales, LV Steel Rockets 7 on 7 Coach
How you VIEW what you do, will always affect how you DO what you do

Andres Morales, founder of the Lehigh Valley Steel Rockets, shares his philosophy on youth sports creating professional skills for success.  

 

Coach Andres Morales was a 2006 graduate of liberty high school where he was a three year starter and letter winner finishing his high school football career by leading his team to a record of 28-5 that included two district championship appearances, one district championship gold medal, one state championship appearance, an eastern conference championship gold medal and a top ten national ranking. In terms of team goals coach Morales achieved all except for state championship gold. Individually coach Morales was a two time team captain, two time all state selection (second team ‘04 first team 05), two time all conference first team, and was selected to play in the Big 33 all star game vs Ohio (Pennsylvania’s premier all star football game). Academically coach Morales graduated with a 3.7 GPA, student government president, and was on the superintendent’s committee. ALL of those things earned Coach Morales a full athletic scholarship to Rutgers University where he played and graduated in four years. During his time in the banks he and the scarlet knights went to and won four bowl games, were ranked as high as 6th in the country, and were part of the “Pandemonium in Piscataway” victory over Louisville that was the most watched televised NCAA football game ever recorded. Coach Morales graduated jn 2010 with a 3.0 GPA and attended grad school at Bloomsburg University where he played his final college football season and helped lead the huskies to ten game winning streak that ended with a semi final playoff loss and a record of 11-3. Coach Morales had a few professional football appearances playing arena football with the Richmond Raiders and the Jacksonville Sharks. 

 

Coach Morales’s coaching career began in 2012 as an assistant with the Liberty Hurricanes. Then helping parkland win their first of six in a row district championships in 2013. In 2014 Coach Morales joined the Freedom staff helping them go 8-2 in the regular season after a 2-8 campaign the year before. In the spring of 2016 Coach Morales started the Steel rockets and had been full time ever since. In the meantime, he has also worked as a coach at FBU camps, various college camps including Temple and Lehigh, and is currently a scout for the Army All American Bowl, the nations biggest and longest lasting all star game.