BROOKLYN PITBULLS: Accomplishments

New England Region Runnerups 4
Saturday, February 10
Brooklyn Pitbulls Accomplishments
Jr. Midget Champs

2003 - Present Accomplishments

2010 Midget Eastern Region Pop Warner Division 1 Championship Participant

2010 Midget New York City Pop Warner Division 1 Champions

2010 Junior Peewee New York City Pop Warner Division 1 Champions 

2010 Peewee New York City Pop Warner Division 1 Runner Ups

2009 Junior Peewee Eastern Region Pop Warner Division 1 Championship Participant

2009 Junior Peewee New York City Pop Warner Division 1 Champions 

2008 Midget Eastern Region Pop Warner Division 1 Championship Participant

2008 Midget New York City Pop Warner Division 1 Champions

2007 Midget New England Regional Pop Warner Division 1 Championship Runner Ups 

2007 Midget Southern Connecticut Pop Warner Division 1 State Champions

2007 Peewee Southern Connecticut Pop Warner Division 1 State Championship Semi-Finalists

2006 Junior Midget New England Regional Pop Warner Division 1 Championship Runner Ups

2006 Junior Midget  Pop Warner Division 1 State Champions

2006 Junior Peewee Southern Connecticut Pop Warner Division 1 State Championship Semi-Finalists

2006 Mitey Mite Southern Connecticut Pop Warner Bowl Senior Mites 1st Place and 2nd Place

2005 Midget Southern Connecticut Pop Warner Bob Boss Champions

 

BPB Champs

SCPW Midget 2007 State Champs

Midget Championship 2007

2007 Season Journey

Midget Division
Clinched 1st Place Southern Connecticut Pop Warner League ending the regular season with a 6-1-0 record with a bye for the last game of the season.

PLAYOFF FEVER!
Sunday, October 28, 2007, advanced to the 1st round of the Playoffs beating Stratford 13-6.  Midgets now advance to the Southern Connecticut Championship round having their eyes on Regional.  Our Midgets played an intense game just coming off a week hiatus in the rematch against the Stratford Redskins who they beat in regular season play, 13-0. After a long fought game our Midgets prevailed. Score 13-6.

SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT POP WARNER DIVISION 1 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!
Saturday, November 3, 2007, the Midgets will advance to battle the Bridgeport Raiders who they beat in regular season play, 14-12. The Raiders are hungry.  They advanced to the championship round beating the New Haven Steelers 19-6.  They originally lost to the Steelers in regular season play 8-6.  This is going to be a heated game.  You don't want to miss this folks.  We have to bring our "A" game because you know Bridgeport will.  Bring it boys!

SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT POP WARNER DVISION 1 STATE CHAMPIONS!
Saturday, November 3, 2007, became the Southern Connecticut Midget State Champions.  Great game.  Tighten up for the next round.  Midgets will advance to Regionals in Massachusetts.

NEW ENGLAND POP WARNER DIVISION 1 REGIONAL SEMI-FINALISTS!
Saturday, November 10, 2007, the Midgets played the Hockomock Plymouth Vikings.  Great game.  They kept us on our toes.  However, after an intense game we were the victors 27-0.  Next stop Worcester, MA to play Malden Cyclones for the New England Pop Warner Regional Championship.  Go Pitbulls!!!!

NEW ENGLAND POP WARNER DIVISION 1 REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!
Sunday, November 18, 2007, the Midgets will play the Malden Cyclones in Worcester, MA for the New England Pop Warner Regional Championship.  Here we go again.  Bring your "A" game boys.  It is going to be a battle.

NEW ENGLAND POP WARNER DIVISION 1 REGIONAL RUNNER UPS!
Our Midgets played their hearts out against the Malden Cyclones in Worcester, MA for the New England Pop Warner Regional Championship.  We came up short losing a heartbreaking game.  Our boys held their heads high and finished 'til the end.  You have a lot to be proud of.  Out of 432 Midget teams you made it as one of the final 2 in the New England Regional Championship.  Many of you are going off to High School and you better believe that we will be attending your games.  On a final note we want to remind you to work your butts off in the classroom.  You can't put all your efforts on the field only.  Remember you are a student-athlete, student first.  Pitbulls Baby!  We love you all and we will miss you guys.

 

Peewee Division
Finished 2nd Place in the Southern Connecticut Pop Warner League ending the regular season with a 5-3-0 record. 

PLAYOFF FEVER!
Advanced to the Semi-Finals of the Southern Connecticut Pop Warner State Championship losing 14-0 to Bridgeport. Our Peewees played a hard game in the rematch against the Bridgeport Raiders who they beat in regular season play, 18-2.

Junior Peewee Division
Finished 5thPlace in the Southern Connecticut Pop Warner League ending the regular season with a 3-5-0 record.  Battled for fourth place but came up short due to lack of team dedication.

Mitey Mite Division
Worked hard this season.  A lot of new players who have a lot still to learn about the game.  Looking to come back next year and take it to 'em.

2006 Season Accomplishments

Junior Midget Division
Finished 3rd in regular season play with a record of 4-4-0. They were the 3rd seeded team and headed to the playoffs. First game was against New Haven, 2nd seed.

PLAYOFF FEVER!
Our Jr. Midgets played a hard game in the rematch against the New Haven Steelers who they lost to in regular season play, 18-20. After a long fought game our Jr. Midgets prevailed. Score 14-8.

SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE CHAMPIONS
On Sunday, November 5, 2006, the Junior Midgets did it. After a well played rematch game against the Stratford Redskins, who they lost to in regular season 14-7, the Jr. Midgets came out on top with a 28-0 win. They are now the 2006 Southern Connecticut Pop Warner State Champions.  Oh, Yeah! Great job guys!!! It is not over yet, they are now on their way to regionals in search of the New England Regional Championship.

REGIONAL MADNESS!
On Sunday, November 19, 2006, our Junior Midgets in the second round of the New England Regional Playoffs, faced off against the Boston Raiders of Central Massachusetts in Bridgeport, CT at Kennedy Field. Not a slouch team, actually the defending New England Regional Champs, no stranger to regionals. Their organization has been around for 31 years and they have advanced to Disney World, Florida in previous years, on more than one occasion. This was a hard fought game. Our Junior Midgets scored in the first quarter and that was the only touchdown for the entire game. It ended in a 6-0 win. The defense was on. Way to go guys.

REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP BABY!!!
Providence, Rhode Island here we come! As Junior Midget New England Regional Finalists, on Sunday, November 26, 2006 at 12:30pm we will face the Dorchester Eagles of Eastern Massachusetts for the New England Regional Championship. WOW! Can I say that again, the New England Regional Championship. The sweet sound of success. Through lots of hard work we have made it thus far to be able to give our participants an experience of a life time. All praises to the Most High. We have a CHAMPIONSHIP to fight for and what a fight it is going to be.

NEW ENGLAND REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RUNNERUPS
We are being called the greatest Cinderella story ever. Coming from a 4-4 season record, to winning the Southern Connecticut State Championship, to beating the defending Regional Champs, Boston Raiders to being the first team to score on the 5 peat Dorchester Eagles in regional play. The score ended in a loss of 14-26. We scored 1st in the first quarter and the extra point. The Eagles tried to tie it up, but did not get the extra point making it a 7-6 ballgame. Before half time the Eagles were leading 7-19. We came back and scored again and walked in for the extra point putting us in the ballgame with a score of 14-19. The Eagles then took the lead with some great passes and receptions. We had opportunities to equalize the playing field but could not capitalize on them. We gave Dorchester a run for their money. They can't say they weren't worried. I can tell you that they now know who the Pitbulls are, as do everyone else. We gained our respect. Cinderella, I think not. Just good old fashioned coaching.
Pitbulls Baby! We'll be back....

Mitey Mite Division

CLICK TO CHECK OUT THE 2006 SCPW MITEY MITE BOWL GAMES
Pitbulls Mitey Mites v. Bridgeport Raiders
Pitbulls Mitey Mites v. Fairfield
Pitbulls Mitey Mites v. New Haven Steelers
Pitbulls Mitey Mites v. Danbury Trojans

Had a great season record of 7-1-0. These boys play ball! The most rambunctious group of Mitey Mites that we have had.

Our Mitey Mites played a Bowl Game on Sunday, November 5, 2006 in Bridgeport at Kennedy Stadium. After having the challenge of playing by themselves without the coaches on the field, they emerged the Champions of the Junior Mitey Mites and took 2nd place as Senior Mitey Mites losing to Danbury after playing 3 games in a row. Our little guys, all grown up. Congratulations guys!!!!


Junior Peewee Division
They finished the regular season with a heck of a record, 7 wins, 1 loss and second in the league for season play and second seed in the Playoffs.

PLAYOFF FEVER!
Our Jr. Peewees played a hard game in the Semi-Finals of Southern Connecticut State Championshiop on Sunday, October 29, 2006. New Haven scored first and then out Jr. Peewees came back to tie it up. They held New Haven 6-6 up until the 4th quarter where they fell to New Haven #1. Score 6-19. They will get them next year. Keep your head up guys.

Peewee Division
A young team, finished 5th in regular season play with a record of 2-6-0. They played their most intense game at the end prevailing with a final win.

Midget Division
Finished 5th in regular season play with a record of 2-5-0. Another young team with some vets. Played some tough opponents and gave it their all. Played their final game with confidence and succeded with their final win of the season.

 

2005 Season Accomplishments

Peewee Division
3rd Place in the Westchester Pop Warner League.

Midget Division
Clinched the Bob Boss Championship in
Southern Connecticut Pop Warner League.
 

 

Congratulations to all of our teams on their hard work and perseverance. Hard work pays off. Keep it up through all of your endeavors.

Thank you to the parents, donors and staff whose hard work has made this all possible.

 

 

2008 Simultaneous Kickoff

2008 Pop Warner Simultaneous Kickoff

We are happy to share with you the news about the fourth annual Pop Warner Nationwide Kickoff. The Pop Warner Nationwide Kickoff (formerly Simultaneous Kickoff) is designed to promote participation in youth football, celebrate the start of the Pop Warner season and is Pop Warner’s national effort to support the NFL’s and USA Football’s “Play Football” initiative. The event also represents the start for our programs as their Road to the Pop Warner Super Bowl and National Cheer and Dance Championships, where 64 football teams from across the country and more than 300 cheerleading squads compete for a national title at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, FL.

While Pop Warner participants all across the country take part in today’s event, the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants will serve as this year’s NFL Host to the Nationwide Kickoff and will involve 9 Pop Warner programs from the tri-state area including the Brick Dragons and Mustangs (NJ), Rahway Chiefs (NJ), Franklin Township (Somerset, NJ), Kenilworth Bears (NJ), Flemington Falcons (NJ), South Plainfield (NJ) Fairfield Giants (CT), Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (Vernon, NY) and one of Pop Warner’s newest programs the Brooklyn Pitbulls (NY).

The festivities will begin at 4:00 PM (ET) when former New York Giants Fullback and current Director of Player Programs, Charles Way and ESPN Analyst, Ron Jaworski will conduct pre-kick pep talks highlighting the lessons learned in football and the importance of balancing success on the field with success in the classroom.  The pep talks will be followed by the Nationwide Kickoff from Giants Stadium in advance of the Giants vs. Browns nationally televised preseason game on ESPN.  

Additional elements from Giants Stadium will include Pop Warner programs lining up next to the NY Giants and Cleveland Browns for the National Anthem and an eight-minute scrimmage at Halftime featuring the Jr. Pee Wee teams (ages 8-10) the Fairfield Giants vs. Franklin Township.  The New York Giants have also provided complimentary tickets to the game for local Pop Warner organizations.

Tune-In: New York Giants Director of Player Programs, Charles Way will be featured as a guest today (8/18) at 2:30 PM (ET) on Sirius NFL Radio (Channel 124) to talk about his and the Giants participation in the Pop Warner Nationwide Kickoff, in addition to conversation about the upcoming season.

Keep your eye out for the Pop Warner Nationwide Kickoff from Giants Stadium and Ron Jaworski’s pre-kick pep talk scheduled to air sometime during tonight’s ESPN telecast of the New York Giants vs. Cleveland Browns preseason game in the second half.

Be sure to visit www.popwarner.com later this week for media highlights and photos from the event.  .

 

 
 2005 Bob Boss Midget Champions