Power Player Sports 7on7 Championships Coverage

Brian Piccolo Park was the host of the 2015 Power Player Sports 7 on 7 football Passing League. Power Player Sports has a great reputation for bringing out the stars in the daylight. With three youth divisions, 11U, 12U, and 13U and one HS division 15U. The kids competed in regular season, and then single elimination Playoff, and championship. Coordinator Jack Sawyer, and Sam Madison was very pleased with the level of competition, also how the coaches,  and players conducted themselves on and off the field. 


The 11U division was a very Tough in the end 

Miramar Wolverines 11U came out on top on the Big Play ability of Torrie Cox Jr who completely Dominated the Playoffs and Championship in extraordinary fashion, Coach Gary Nanton of the Miramar Wolverines made sure they were not forgotten after taking a loss in the American Youth Football League (AYFL) Superbowl Last season to the Davie Broncos in the 10U. Division Coach Gary Said they have not lost a beat, they have reloaded, and look war ready for this upcoming season.

The 12U division was dominated from start to finish by the Pembroke Pines Bengals, coached by Chris Mcgonigal, and Earl Little. They made teams Quit the entire tournament literally, they even cause controversy between leagues, because they came out of the gate with a relentless full throttle air attack that made champs look like chumps, Dubbed the DreamKillers for a reason, the Bengals are star studded from sideline to sideline, and even on the bench. They take on the cool, turn up when I need to attitude of their coaches. They definitely have a Major point to prove in 2015, as they ended up falling short to a Miramar hungry Miramar Wolverines team, who bested the Bengals twice last season in the AYFL 11U division. Then falling short in the FBU national Championship game in Naples Fl. This year Coach Chris has added some depth, and competition to his roster, and looks to Win 4 championships this year as he expressed to Generation Nexxt “1 down 3 more to go”. Meaning AYFL Superbowl Title, State Championship Title, and the nationally coveted FBU national championship.

The 13U division Championship was as exciting as a championship game could be, the Pembroke Pines Bengals took charge after the start of the second half on great Coaching by Steven Rolle. QB Seth Rolle mimicked Drew Brees as he sliced the defensive up, answering promptly when adversity called, he has a small frame but came up huge for the Bengals all league long. Xavier Restrepo (CB,WR) Completely shut down the opposition, If you threw a compromised ball his way it led to interception. If he wasn’t accounted for on offense he will gas you for six on any given play. Restrepo’s Stock has been increasing since the FBU National championship series where he was a standout on Team Dade. The’andris Freeman (WR) also showed up as a big play threat, he has the size, and talent to create a mismatch on every play. (RB) Rony Bordeaux Also played great throughout, he is a very skilled playmaker, good speed, amazing moves, soft hands, and high football IQ Rony will be a big play threat under coaches, Chuck bender, and Steven rolle, this upcoming fall.

The 15U division was dominated by Cardinal Gibbons, they beat Proven Allstar teams, and they showed Cardinal Gibbons Football has a bright future, (QB) Nik Scalzo, (WR) Chris Benestad, and (LB) Mason Bonowitz a few of those FBU national champions who are headed to Cardinal Gibbons. Coached By Genius Offensive minded Jerry Scalzo, who also Coached the FBU Broward team to an 8th grade national championship Victory.. 

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