- 4TH GRADE
- Carter S
- Logan M
- Reed G
- Ryan O
- Colin B
- Niklas M
- Marcus C
- John R
- 5TH GRADE
The 4th Grade All-Star roster for the 2013 All-Star Game
The Wolverines defeated the Highlanders, 77-63, to win the 2013 4th Grade Super Bowl. The standing room only crowd witnessed one of the most entertaining Super Bowls in recent history.
Who will win the Super Bowl? The Highlanders and the Wolverines will battle for the 4th Grade Football trophy on March 1st.
With a 28-21 victory over the Patriots, the Wolverines now find themselves in the 2013 4th Grade Super Bowl. They will play the winner of the Giants/Highlanders game.
The 4th Grade Football playoffs begin January 30th, when the Wolverines host the Patriots. The Giants entertain the Highlanders on February 6th.
The last game of the regular season was cancelled due to cold weather and indoor recess.
Dillon scored a game-high 3 touchdowns in leading the Highlanders to a 28-14 win over the Packers. The victory locks up a playoff berth for the Highlanders.
Nathan did his best to lead the Lions to their first win of the season, however, Chad's late touchdown ended the game in a tie, 28-28.
Niklas and the Highlanders came within six seconds of upsetting the high-powered Wolverines Wednesday. Logan M scored the game-tying touchdown as time expired.
The Patriots' Cam reflects on his team's 28-28 tie agaisnt the Lions. The Patriots had several opportunites to win the game, but had to settle for a tie thanks to Cam's late touchdown.
The Coolers defeated the Packers, 35-21, for their first victory of the year. Chad had a breakout performance for the Coolers, scoring four touchdowns.
Twin brothers Dillon and Zach became the first siblings in league history to oppose each other in a regular season game.
The Wolverines moved into first placed as their stingy defense shut down the Packers in their 21-7 victory.
The Patriots scored a season high 49 points, just enough to squeak out a win over pesky Coolers.
The Highlanders tamed the Lions by a score of 42-7, with Niklas leading the way. Niklas reeled in three receptions for three touchdowns on the day.
Ryan O put on a show Wednesday, catching four passes, scoring two touchdowns, and picking off two passes in the Giants 35-21 win over the Packers.
Logan and Marcus helped the Wolverines record their first victory, using their high powered offense to defeat the Coolers, 35-28.
Drew's four reception, two touchdown performance helped the Packers squeak out a tough 21-21 tie against the feisty Lions.
Kaden and the Highlanders find themselves all alone atop the 4th Grade Football standings after a hard fought 28-21 victory over the never say die Patriots.
Reed and the Wolverines had control of the game early and often, until Ryan O's heroic interception return for a touchdown ended the game in a 28-28 tie.
The Steelers narrowly defeated the Lions, 98-91, in an instant classic. Calvin Cotton took MVP honors, with a record breaking six touchdown performance, in a wildly entertaining 4th Grade Super Bowl.