The South Attleboro White Hawks-Black celebrated their Super Bowl Championship win over the undefeated North End Providence 49ers Sunday afternoon. The team of 23 fourth and fifth-graders won 18-7.
"It was huge," said head coach Billy Reynolds. "This team has not lost in three years he said of the 49ers. They were 8-0 and won their two playoff games."
The team will now go to regionals, which includes winners from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Connecticut, to play the winner of Sunday's Connecticut game.
The regional winner will move on to the National Championship being held in Florida.
Support from the many parents, coaches and organization president, Phil Hood makes all the difference, according to Reynolds. "The parents have been phenomenal," he said. "We had parents from all different levels supporting our team today."
"And Phil, he brings the energy every week," Reynolds added. "I have the best coaching staff that I could have in the world he said of Kevin Koppy, Jerry Gohring, Jeff Moreau, and Eddie Porreca and Eddie Bartnikowski and Brian McCarville.
Next Sunday's game is in Providence, RI at City Stadium at Mt. Pleasant High School with kickoff at 10 a.m.