Blount County Youth Football wrapped up its season as three teams were crowned champions. Springville claimed the sophomore and senior titles while Oneonta claimed the junior title.
Springville defeated Cleveland 19-6 in the sophomore championship game. They were coached by head coach Derrick Williamson and assistants Brian Green, Ryan Griepenstroh, Trey Massey, James Miller, and Damon Towery. Players are Josiah Green, Hunter Greer, Kasen Griepenstroh, Will Hollowell, Karson Hamlett, Eli Hargrove, Carson Higgins, Matthew Hilgendorf, Easton Jennings, Karter Johnson, Raylan Johnston, Sam Lashum, Gunner Massey, Bryant Nicholas, Kai Parker, Devin Perkins, Khylen Reid, Luke Stuman, Sawyer Towery, and Noah Williamson.
The Oneonta juniors defeated Cleveland 8-0 in its championship game. This marks the fourth championship for this group of boys who were coached by Brad Brooks (head) and assistants Jeff Bynum, Justin Jones, Josh Southwell, and Todd Davis. Players are Ty Burke, Cedric Morris, Jaxon Billington, Jackson Davis, Baylor Brooks, Juan Calderon, Brayden Southwell, Brantley Southwell (ball boy), Mike Hill, Peyton Jones, Nicholas Cervantes, Antonio Castro, Jadon Coover, Aiden Underwood, Santana Lofton, Zaire Dillapree, Nickolas Johnson, Colt Crotwell, Sebastian Herrera, Jaxon Shiver, Jacob Barrientos, and Wyatt Holcombe.
Springville’s seniors defeated West End 13-6 in its championship game. Team president is Jason Webb and head coach is Blake Hunter. Assistants are Daniel Smith, Spencer Hallmark, Michael Cooley, Shane Fulmer, and Brad Lands. Players are Dylan Booker, Fisher Daniel, Brady Caldwell, Charles Hare, Boaz Thornton, Miles Tibbs, Wesley Couch, Hunter Fulmer, Luke Hale, Brady Carden, William King, William Wallace, Brody Woods, Reiley Hallmark, Casey Allen, Kamden Lands, Jackson Webb, Levi Howard, Jackson Cooley, Brady Williams, Maverick Bevel, Jayden Ward, Carson Basenberg, Bryant Wester, Grant Currey, Wyatt Emanual, Damian Smith, Trenton Vines, Bo Simmons, and Jeremiah Hughes.