Last week, Swainsboro-Emanuel County Recreation Department announced this year’s champions of its seven different fall sports leagues.
The Packers won the boys flag football division. On this roster were: Ahmad Tarver, Jaxson Hudson, Jackson Hodges, Remington Green, Conner Clements, Mateo Ball, Denzel Williams, Brooks Powell, Grayson Polan, Cayden Mincey, Jase Kersey, Charles Collins, and Dawson Clements. They were coached by Jonathan Clements.
The Cowboys secured the midget football title. Competing on this team were: Gabriel Coleman, Jamario Carlton, Demetrius Cuyler, Weston Johnson, Kayden Osborne, Kamori Smith, Caden Watson, Khymmerre Bell, Tristen Bell, Tay’Sean Carlton, Ashton David, Jeffery Davis Jr., Jeriahan Miles, and Gavin Worthen. Fred Osborne, Marvin Hughs, Garrett Worthen coached them.
Finally, a second Packers team ended the season with a title. Players Jakelyn Cuyler, Keannual Dawson, Landon Green, Maddux Hendrix, Jayce Holmes, Caden O’ Quinn, Nicholas Stanford, Eric Worthen, Hudson Anderson, KJ Coleman, Moses Harden, Arshad Hudson, Conner DeVane, Cameron Foster, Easton Freeman, Brenden Hamiel, and Devonta Gamble won the mite football league. Their coaches were Hugh Hendrix, Bruce Sutton, and Cason DeVane.
Additionally, four soccer teams rose to the top of their respective co-ed leagues. The Force became the flea champions, the Impact became the mite champions, the Fusion became the midget champions, and the Breakers became the junior/senior champions.
Playing for the Force, under the direction of coaches Guy Singletary and Lyndon Singletary, were: Dessie Singletary, Ke’Zhari Brooks, Thorne Jersey, Calvin Singletary, AnaSofia Matias, Aubrey Akins, Brady Bishop, Madelyn McNeely, Ethan Bedgood, Alan Fraser, Princeton Carlyle, Rayce Sheppard, Lennox Lindsey, Tiran East, and Stacie Wilkes.
The Impact’s roster included: Luis Lopez, Harper Ware, Ansley Frye, Kairi Goble, Matisyn Benjamin, Hudson Ware, Lakelan Wilson, Harmonee Eason, Jordyn Culbreth, Alistair Goble, Fernando Lopez, KayDun Washington, Cedric Johnson, and Briley Crabb. Leading them to victory were coaches Jansen Ware and Zach Frye.
Abigail Henning, Kyleigh Hostilo, Satrinity Lovett, Kamm’rynn Bell, Natalya San Nicolas, Isaac Peebles, Scout Hall, Brett Way, Bowen Ware, Carley Freeman, Kaybreigh Hostilo, Jordan Bonilla, Maxwell Hooks, and Jonah Morton suited up for the Fusion. Chang Lin was their coach.
Finally, the Breakers’ team consisted of Gabriel Ambrocio, Cristian Garcia, Hope Tant, Victor Perez-Lopez, Kaylee Hunter, Lily Bell, Aceland Davis, Dezirae Henning, Maygen Lopez, Carlos Pacheco, Arturo Wilton, Charlee Self, Jayden Beneteau, and Colten Lewis. Mark Haddock led them on the field.
Swainsboro-Emanuel County Recreation Department sent various all-stars to compete in the district football playoffs. Look for results in a later edition of The Chronicle.