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Evergreen Park, Worth-Ridge enjoy Super Bowl titles

  • Written by Jeff Vorva

  The Evergreen Park Stallions and Worth-Ridgepage-4-2-col-worthridge2The Panthers defense forces a fumble against Hessville in Super Bowl action at Toyota Park. Photo by Jeff Vorva. Panthers were big winners at the Metro Youth Football League Super Bowl XXX event Saturday at Toyota Park.

  The Panthers claimed the Junior Division title with a 51-22 victory over the Hessville Vipers to finish 11-0 for the second year in a row. The Stallions won the Widget title with a 31-8 victory over the Summit Rebels. The Stallions also won the Fall Brawl Super Pee Wee Championship game with a 19-12 win over the Hayes Park Blitz.

  The Panthers Junior Division championship team features Aryk Banks, Daniel Green, Dale Williams, Anthony Tatro, Alex Telez, Sebastian Castro, Michael Jennings, De’Andre Bartlett, Prentise Powell, Zion White, Kyle Neputy, Terrell Washington, Justin Chapman, Greg Hoard, Maurice Brent, Samuel Alvarado, Brian Banks, Matt Rivera, Julian Sanchez, Aldo Gallegos, Riley Murphy, Henry Light and Kenneth Moore.

  The Stallions’ Widget champion team consists of Jalen Johnson, Eli Verveka, Myles Hopkins, Jose Alencastro, Jessi Plunkett, Dylan Kulovitz, Edward Porter Jr., Denzel Anderson, Nile Hill, Tyrone Dixon Jr., Nkosi Hood, Sammy Spencer, Dabney Tatum IV, Sean Wilkinson, Ryan Schickel, Chase Hall, Malcolm Horton, Amari Watkins, Devin Linson, Amir Noble, Kyle Clayton, Loyal Howard, Antonio Underwood and Charles Parker Jr.
page-4-3-col-ep33Evergreen Park’s Nile Hill gains some yards in a victory over the Summit Rebels. Phot by Jeff Vorva.  Evergreen’s Fall Brawl title team consists of Diego Toledo, Frankie Plunkett, Ethan Collins, William Cambria, Nelson Thornton, Nicholas White, Jr., Danny Fontaine, Joseph Hall, CalenKulovitz, Noah Gertonson, Michael Romac, Tyler Denton, Preston Trepac, Michael Collins Jr., Logan Karr, Asael Rubalcava, Yael Martinez, Ryan Fontaine, Willie Smith III, Ryan Lych, Nolan Rinearson, Nolan Smith and Jake Aldape.