GREATER MIAMI POPWARNER BRINGS HOME THREE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS!!!

All Photos are Courtesy of Gerardo Mora

This past weekend, Greater Miami Pop Warner sent five teams on the quest for a Pop Warner National Championship.

1.) TACOLCY RED RAIDERS JR. PEE WEES DIV. 2
2.) RICHMOND GIANTS JR. PEE WEES DIV. 1
3.) PALMETTO BAY BRONCOS PEE WEES DIV. 2
4.) LIBERTY CITY WARRIORS PEE WEES DIV. 1
5.) GWEN CHERRY BULLS JR. MIDGETS DIV. 1

Without exception, all of these team fought with pride, representing South Florida on a national level. Richmond Giants Jr. Pee Wees and the Gwen Cherry Bulls Jr. Midgets fell just short of being becoming 2012 Pop Warner National Champions.
South Florida could not be denied of being crowned Pop Warner National Champions for too long. Palmetto Bay Broncos Pee Wees, Tacolcy Red Raiders Jr. Pee Wees, and the Liberty City Warriors defeated every team in their path for a Pop Warner National Championship in Orlando, at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex.
All Photos are Courtesy of Gerardo Mora
Congratulations to the Liberty City Warriors Pee Wees for winning the Div. 1 Pop Warner National Championship, defeating Beacon House Falcons 6-0!

 

All Photos are Courtesy of Gerardo Mora

Congratulations to the Palmetto Bay Broncos Pee Wees for winning the Div. 2 Pop Warner National Championship, defeating the Gilbert Chandler Spurs from Arizona, 27-8!

All Photos are Courtesy of Gerardo Mora

Congratulations to the Tacolcy Red Raiders Jr. Pee Wees for winning the Div. 2 Pop Warner National Championship, defeating the Michigan City Wolves 30-13!

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