Salamanca Warriors win CCMFL PeeWee A championship
CATTARAUGUS — The Salamanca Warrior peewees won the top prize for youth football teams in the area on Saturday, defeating Ellicottville for the Super Bowl PeeWee A championship.
The Warriors won, 26-15, in the Cattaraugus County Midget Football League championship.
Running back Quinten Brown led the team with more than 100 yards on the ground in Saturday’s game.
(Photo courtesy, Kersten Furlong)
Quarterback Jaxon Crouse had two rushing touchdowns and one passing score, a throw to Landon Cotter. Kaden Scott also scored a touchdown for the Warriors.
Warriors coach Jason Wass, along with assistant coach Kameron Scott, have been selected to the Project Play Western New York Coaches Honor Roll. They will be recognized at New Era Field on Nov. 3 during the Buffalo Bills game against Washington.
The Salamanca Warriors peewee football team met at Crowley Park on Monday to celebrate its CCMFL Super Bowl championship. The Warriors defeated Ellicottville 26-15 for the PeeWee A championship on Saturday. Front (laying down): Messiah Ground. Kneeling (from left): Gavin Teeter, Evan Baxter, Knox Johnson, Nikoli Kahm, Zayvious Hope, Brock Johnson, Brennan Hill, Jason Smith, Gibson Prey, Xander John, Ethan Baxter. Back row: Justin Schwabb, Cruz Penell, Kaden Scott, Noah Longley, Remy Follman, Jaden Skye, Jaxon Crouse, Warrick John, Russ McComber, Eric Zimmerman, Landon Cotter. Coaches: Jason Wass and Kameron Scott. Missing from the photo were Quinten Brown, Tavares Taylor, Kasen Hardy, Kash Printup, Ellsworth Cook, Herbie John (Courtesy, Sam Wilson - Salamanca Press)