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Vipers Are Sandlot Super Bowl Champs

The 2011 Little League Sandlot Super Bowl Champions.

by David Grimes

The North Roanoke Little League Vipers took on the Botetourt Little League Broncos in the 29th Annual Jim Carroll Regional Sandlot Football Super Bowl championships last Saturday at the Salem Stadium. The Vipers defeated the Broncos 20-8 to become the 2011 Regional Little League Sandlot Super Bowl Champions.

More than 1,700 youth, ages 6-14, participated on football teams and cheerleading squads throughout the Roanoke Valley competing for the opportunity to become Super Bowl champions.  Recreational teams from the City of Salem, Botetourt County, Roanoke County, City of Roanoke, Franklin County, Bedford County, City of Bedford and Craig
County competed in this year’s Super Bowl.

Vipers’ (12-1) Mason McNeese scored in the first quarter to make it 7-0. Botetourt scored in the second quarter and kicked for a two point conversion making the score 8 -7 at the half for Botetourt.  McNeese scored again in the third quarter to make it 13-8, Vipers.  McNeese scored his third touchdown of the game in the fourth quarter to give North Roanoke the 20-8 win and the championship trophy.

This season’s North Roanoke Vipers team included Josiah Robinson, Jordan Wooden, Mason McNeese, T.J. Lee, Aaron Moore, Quentin Slash, Ashton Waid, Will Harlow, Ethan Blank,  Austin Blank, Vincent Keeling, Carter Hupp, Daniel Frances, Jacob Arrington, Isaac Martin, Kobe Bishop, Caleb Eubank, Graham Powell, Isaiah Stephens, Jake Thompson, Michael Elliott, Jason Stanley, Nathan Lemon, Dustin Curtiss, Bryce Hall and Shane Bivens. The team was coached by Solan Wooden (head coach) and assistant coaches Tim Stephens, Greg McNeese, Chad Martin, Larry Harlow and Ray Robinson.

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