The CLCF Chiefs had another stellar campaign this fall and saw two of its teams win Super Bowl titles. The 12-U and 11-U clubs each won their second state championships and advanced all the way to …
The CLCF Chiefs had another stellar campaign this fall and saw two of its teams win Super Bowl titles. The 12-U and 11-U clubs each won their second state championships and advanced all the way to this past weekend’s New England Regional Championships at Bryant University.
Although the two teams fell to Springfield, they enjoyed big-time efforts at both the Rhode Island Super Bowls as well as the regional semifinals. The 12-U club finished the season with an 11-1 overall record while the 11’s finished 10-2. The 8-U and 9-U teams made Super Bowl appearances as well.
“Of our six teams, four of them were in the state finals, which is something to be proud of. CLCF is all Cranston kids, we’ve got great coaches and it’s a great organization. Great football was played. It should definitely provide some future hope for both Cranston East and West moving forward,” said CLCF 11’s coach Jeff Hamilton.
Luckily for the Chiefs, the 12’s and 11’s will return to action next fall for another season, and are hoping to learn from this year’s loss at regionals and to take one step forward.
“That was each team’s first time in the regional final, so hopefully they will learn and be even more prepared for next year,” said Hamilton.
Members of the 12-U team included: Ademola Abujade, Anthony Ahern, Gabriel Bonafiglia, Gavin Boylan, Braeden Chapman, Nolen Cheam, Cyrus Cohn, Nick Conte, Kaiden Cook, AJ Correia, Jayden Cortorreal, Marcel Coulibaly, Martin Dean, Wilfredo Diaz, Xavier Duran, Thomas Ferry, Joseph Garcia Jr., Johnathon Germain, Jeremiah Jenyo, Davian Kelly, Josue Lopez, Jadiel Melendez, London Miller, Aiden Momplaisir, Zander Perry, Logan Ribeiro, Joshua Rodriguez, Mason Ucci and Aaden Williams. Coaches were Mike Cook, Arthur Bonafiglia, Marc Boylan, Marcel Coulibaly, Anthony Momplaisir and Manuel Romero.
Members of the 11’s included: Max Biosse, Andre Cemin, Christian Cirelli, Vincent Cirelli, Myles Corlo, Jacoby Cruz, Michael Deangelis, Tim Doe, Dayvion Gervais, Jazzy Gold, Xavier Guglielmo, JJ Hamilton, Aiden Hernandez, Ryan Hogan, Jinu Kim, Nick Mancini, Noel Melendez, Javian Mendes, Ash Moss, Joseph Nunez, Joseph Salimeno, Aiden Saltzman, Logan Saraiva, Jay Schwartz, Logan Swanlund and Luke Zorian. Coaches were Jeff Hamilton, Nicholas Mancini, Derek Rocchio, John Rocchio, Evan Saltzman and David Saraiva.
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