Downingtown Young Whippets Win Two Championships at Pop Warner Super Bowl

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Downingtown Young Whippets managed to bring home two trophies from the Pop Warner Super Bowl youth football championship held recently in Orlando, Florida, writes O.J. Spivey for The Philadelphia Tribune

The Pop Warner Super Bowl is the premier national championship youth football event that emphasizes fun, safety, academics, and character. 

The Division I 10U team dominated their group. They beat Weld County Bears of Colorado 32-0 and crushed Arizona’s Far West Steelers in the semifinals by a score of 20-6.

Their championship round was especially impressive. The team defeated Illinois Priviso Township Bills 24-0. Throughout their three games played, the team only gave up a grand total of six points. 

Meanwhile, Downingtown’s 12-year-olds in Division I also came out on the top in their group.

They first beat California team, Saddleback Valley Blue Bears, with a score of 20-14. They completely dominated Massachusetts’ Dorchester Eagles in the semifinals, not conceding a single point for a final score of 14-0. However, the title game against Portage Indians of Indiana was more competitive, ending in a close score of 26-20. 

Read more about the Downingtown Young Whippets in The Philadelphia Tribune

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