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Champion Cavaliers: Winfield's 6-8 squad captures youth league Super Bowl

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The Winfield Cavaliers' 6-8 Federal Black youth football squad, members of the Mid-Maryland Youth Football and Cheer League, capped the season with a 14-6 Super Bowl championship win on Nov. 17 against the Catonsville Stars. The contest was played at Blandair Park in Columbia.

The Cavaliers, who went 8-1 during the regular season, defeated Woodlawn and Bowie on teh way to the Super Bowl berth. 

In the title game, the team saw points scored by Peyton Thomas and Landon Rutley.

Team members are Brian Biederman, Anthony Christner, Keelan Costello, Adam DeBus, Nick Easley, Brandon Faya, Tyler Flannery, Drew Kearney and Aiden Michael, Sean Patrick, Ryan Peak, Adam Prevost, Anthony (AJ) Prevost, Landon Rutley, Benjamin Simmens, Cash Stanton, Peyton Thomas, Cody Troppman and Nathan Wineman.

The squad was coached by Brian Faya.

 

Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun
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