The Outlaws won the Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority 10-and-younger midseason championship.
The Warriors won the Pee Wee Division 2 Championship of the Unified Youth Football Heritage Bowl with a 23-20 win against the Indians.
The Bulldogs defeated the Indians, 29-16, at the Boys & Girls Club in the Mite Division Consolation Game of the Unified Youth Football Heritage Bowl.
The Dragons Black came away with the Unified Youth Football Heritage Bowl Mite Championship with a 28-20 win against the Model Blue Devils at Riverside Park.
The Armuchee Indians downed the Rome Apache Gold, 28-6, to win the Junior Pee Wee Division 2 Championship of the Unified Youth Football Heritage Bowl.
The annual Heritage Bowl Championship games for the Rome-Floyd Unified Youth Football Playoffs take place today.
An unstoppable offense combined with a ball-hawking defense propelled the Warriors past the Dragons White in a Rome-Floyd Unified Youth Football Pee Wee Division II Semifinal playoff game Tuesday evening at Riverview Park.
Despite giving up 251 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns to Gauge Burkett Tuesday at Riverview Park, the Dragons Black found a way to defeat the Indians 28-26 and earn a spot in the Heritage Bowl Championship in the Mite Division.
Down 12-0 with less than six minutes to go, the Bulldogs Black dug deep and rallied to score 13 late points, topping the Dolphins 13-12 in the semifinals of the Junior Pee Wee Division I Rome-Floyd Unified Youth Football Playoff Tuesday night at the Boys & Girls Club.
The Bulldogs Gray used a strong rushing effort from Harlem Diamond and a relentless defense to top the Wolf Pack Tuesday evening in a Pee Wee Division I Rome Floyd Unified Youth Football semifinal game at the Boys & Girls Club.
Turnovers proved to be the difference Tuesday night as the Colts outlasted the Apaches 27-12 in a Pee Wee Division I semifinal playoff game at the Boys & Girls Club.
On Saturday, two 8-and-under teams represented Rome at the USTA 8U Regional Championship.
Roman Martial Arts hosted the 2014 Roman Taekwondo Classic on Nov. 1 at the Berry College Ford Gym. The tournament drew nearly 200 competitors from Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama and Tennessee.
For three quarters, the Indians and the Cedartown Bulldogs Red were within one score of each other.
A year after taking some lumps as a team full of younger players, the Bears are now on the verge of a championship; they defeated the Wolf Pack on Tuesday evening in a Junior Pee Wee Division I semifinal playoff game.
The Blue Devils took down the No. 1 seeded Bulldogs 40-22 in the Heritage Bowl Championship semifinal game Tuesday at Riverview Park.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club’s Select teams had a busy weekend with four wins and seven losses, bringing the season record to 35-42-14.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club’s Select teams saw the Under 14 girls record their first win this season.
The Lady Eagles won the championship in the prep league for middle school teams. The team is made up of Dahlia Sanford, Ali Hall, Ansley Cowan, Jaycee Blanton, JJ Caldwell, Kelsey Allred, Kaylee Clayton, Lainey Simms, Harlie Lewis, Savana Thomas, Anniston Paris, Neeleigh Edwards, Brinley Smith, and coaches Bradley Smith, Brandon Clayton and Kirk Cowan.
The Coosa Eagles took first place in the 14-and-younger fall tournament. The team is made up of Jaylon Gonzalez, Justin Mashburn, Andrew Stevens, Cameron Koch, Jacob Gray, Jaylen Forsythe, Reese Burnette, Glynn Nicholson, Dylan Callahan, Ethan Harris and Mason O’Neal.
The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club’s Select teams had a balanced weekend with four wins, four losses and three ties — bringing the season record to 28-33-11.