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Due to a scheduling conflict, the 2nd Annual Cowboys Kickoff Bowl will be held at Sinclair Park on Fairmount Avenue rather than Aiken High School.
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It’s that time of year again….
If you are interested in competing in this year’s Kickoff Bowl, please contact Coach Trai Betts at firstname.lastname@example.org and request a registration form. You can fill the form out online and email it right back.
You can view event pictures and highlights from last year’s bowl by clicking on the links below.
We are looking forward to another great bowl game this year!
Saturday, March 13th marked the first practice of the 2009 season at Queen City Avenue. With 24 boys in attendance, the coaching staff got the opportunity to let them run a few new plays. The boys were excited to be back together and get the season started.
You can see all the photos from this practice by going to the ‘Photo Album’ page.
The 2009 Season is set to begin. A member of the coaching staff will be in contact with you in the coming weeks to discuss fundamentals camp and conditioning.
The Broncos are heading out of town again…..
Leaving Thanksgiving night, we will be competing in the National Choo-Choo Bowl in Chattanooga, TN.
Wish us luck!
This past Saturday, November 15, 2008 the Cumminsville Bears hosted the Super Bowl at Taft High School in downtown Cincinnati. The weather was freezing, the crowd was sparse, but the Broncos and the Tigers came to put on a show.
After regulation game time, the score was still 0-0 and the game headed into overtime. Starting on the 20 yard line, the Lincoln Heights Tigers got the first touchdown of the game. The Broncos got the ball and quickly scored a touchdown as well. To make a long story short, 4 overtimes later, the Broncos pulled out a win defeating the Tigers 18-12 with Recold Moore running in the final tuchdown to win the game.
After a long hard year, all the work paid off.
Because the Broncos were undefeated throughout the season, they were also awarded with the American Bantam League Champions trophy. It’s tradition for Coach Trai to give away the trophy to a coach of his choosing. This year he presented the trophy to Coach Ivan for all his hard work this season. He never missed a game and rarely a practice and could be counted on to help out with equipment and water when he was asked. Thanks Coach Ivan. Congratulations.
CONGRATULATIONS BRONCOS – SUPER BOWL CHAMPS 2008!
On Saturday, November 8 2008, the Fairmount Broncos headed into the league playoffs undefeated, against the Findlay Street Wildcats. We played at Cincinnati Country Day School in the cold and drizzle.
The Broncos got away early in the game scoring two touchdowns quickly and leading 12-0. After halftime, the Wildcats got two in, but still got defeated 24-12.
Now, we head to the Super Bowl….