Runners-up: Neal Benchimol, Leo Williams, John Amat, Juwan Horn, Bernard Hudson, Tahaj Virgin, Trajon Bandy, Joshua Jobe, Natron Gibson, William Sablon, Miguel Maspons, Michael Ferguson, Adrian Feria, Ted Stronkowsky, Rafael Duran, Alejandro Alonso, Andre Gonzalez, Lawrence Carasa, Erik Vento, Rondy Powell, Oscar Salazar, Raul Brewington, Kahvon Lovett. Head Coach Ernesto Barrios.
• (165 lbs.) Homestead-Dick Conley All-Stars 21, PBCYFL All-Stars 14 (OT): It was the first time in the event’s 14-year history, that overtime determined the winner.
The PBCYFL All-Stars took an early lead scoring off a reverse to Thomas Sellitti. Palm Beach increased its lead to 14 with a Najeh Turner touchdown reception in the second quarter. Dick Conley opened the fourth quarter with a 5-yard touchdown run from Marquise Parnell. Dick Conley then went for an onside kick which was recovered successfully by Tim Terrell.
Dick Conley got the ball first in overtime, and Concepcion scored on fourth-and-goal. On PBCYFL’s overtime possession,. a desperation fourth down pass was batted down to end the game.
Dick Conley All-Stars: Steve Aleman, Carl Atkins, Tommy Benavides, Cole Castro, Ivan Concepcion, Malcolm Fluellen, Roger Gonzalez, Roland Gonzalez, Lucas Gonzalez, Isaiah Ivill, Johnathan Jauregui, Demetrius Mingo, Eusebio Montes De Oca Jr., Marquise Parnell, Brandon Munoz, Christopher Romero, J.C. Rios, Felipe Riusech, Javier Rodriguez, Roscoe Sands Jr., Juan Sanchez, Aaron Seminara, Logan Spiroff, Timberlen Terrell.
PBCYFL: Peter Norton, Todd Centeio, Tarjal Holloman, Javonte Mosley, Traionn Jones, Antuan Burgess, Tashan Lowery, Tyree Smith, Steven Archelus, Anthony Wynds, Geremy Cineus, Jesus Santiago, Keon Johnson, Dylan Brooker, Arnold Augustin, Raymone Bailey, Lazaro Gil, Devonte Gillins, Jarred Koji, Jason Marquez, Thomas Sellitti, Najeh Turner, Andrew Yavinsky. Head Coach Lee Williams, coaches Camario Pierce, Johnny Jean Jacques, Sean Allen, Terrance Robinson.
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Pop Warner Nationals
The Sweetwater Eagles Midget football team defeated the Northwest Raiders (Pa.) 30-0 to win the Division I national tournament at the 56th annual Pop Warner Super Bowl at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista.
Sweetwater won the Greater Miami South Florida Pop Warner Super Bowl and regionals to qualify for nationals.
National champs: Kelar’jen Wiggins, Nathaniel Ford, Rasheed Martin, Mon’tavis Cogdell, Jacari Benton, Dakari Matthews, Sidney Stokes Jr., Lawrence McCauley III, Dalvin Storey II, Ladae Franklin, Kendrick Tillman, Javonte Ferguson, Shaquille Pitts, Trarune McCarther Jr., Kameron Thomas, Brian Roberts Jr., Jarvis Brown, Cameron Kirkland, Franklin Byers III, Darien Tucker, Shaun Wade, Joseph Negron, Darius Tutson, Terry Robinson Jr., Chadwick Robinson, Jeremy Clark, Bernard Battles Jr., Austin Porter, Kristopher Thomas, Christopher Pough, Brandon Henderson, Rydell Green.
• The Liberty City Warriors Pee Wee football team beat the Beacon House Falcons (Washington D.C.) 6-0 to win the Division I national tournament at the 56th annual Pop Warner Super Bowl at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista.
Liberty City won the Greater Miami South Florida Pop Warner Super Bowl and regionals to qualify for nationals.
National champs: Trenell Troutman, Jacob Baptiste, Divaad Wilson, Kharig Pitts-Jones, Chatarius Atwell, Samuel Brooks Jr., Maurice Underwood, Aaron Taylor, Keon Armstrong, Juan Henry, Blake Veargis, Leon McClain, Tyrus Clinch Jr., Derek Gainous, Romond Carter, Deryle Jackson, Sharod Oliver, Raymond Carter, Einsley Joseph, Eldrick Slocum, Calijah Kancey, Javas Jackson, Marquice Robinson, Jamel Greene, Raheem Barry, Justin Chandler, Nicholas Hanks, Eric Lynch.