Ansonia youth football team finishes as league runner up

The Ansonia varsity youth football team made it to the Super Bowl, losing 50-41 to Miami East in the league’s championship game on Sunday at Bradford. The Tigers made it to the Super Bowl by defeating Tri-Village 24-8 in the semifinals. Members of the Ansonia varsity team include No.2 Carson Taylor, No.3 Jacob Lienport, No.8 Caleb Groff, No.11 Connor Jones, No.16 Kayden Mote, No.17 Gavin Kelch, No.18 Landon Pace, No.20 Clayton Stienmetz, No.25 Wyatt Gray, No. 28 Xavier Moody, No.33 Carter Elliot, No.40 Dustin Burk, No.48 Jason Stover, No.56 Dustin Quinter, No.67 Peyton Beam, No.73 Ian Hackler, No.77 Nathan Armock, No.87 Ethan Litteral, No.91 Tanner Perkins and No.99 Owen Jenkowski. The team is led by coach Mike Osterloh along with assistant coaches Ed Elliot and Jason Taylor. Ansonia played in a league with Arcanum, Bethel, Bradford, Covington, Houston, Miami East, Monroe Central, National Trail, Tri-Village and Twin Valley South.

The Ansonia varsity youth football team made it to the Super Bowl, losing 50-41 to Miami East in the league’s championship game on Sunday at Bradford. The Tigers made it to the Super Bowl by defeating Tri-Village 24-8 in the semifinals. Members of the Ansonia varsity team include No.2 Carson Taylor, No.3 Jacob Lienport, No.8 Caleb Groff, No.11 Connor Jones, No.16 Kayden Mote, No.17 Gavin Kelch, No.18 Landon Pace, No.20 Clayton Stienmetz, No.25 Wyatt Gray, No. 28 Xavier Moody, No.33 Carter Elliot, No.40 Dustin Burk, No.48 Jason Stover, No.56 Dustin Quinter, No.67 Peyton Beam, No.73 Ian Hackler, No.77 Nathan Armock, No.87 Ethan Litteral, No.91 Tanner Perkins and No.99 Owen Jenkowski. The team is led by coach Mike Osterloh along with assistant coaches Ed Elliot and Jason Taylor. Ansonia played in a league with Arcanum, Bethel, Bradford, Covington, Houston, Miami East, Monroe Central, National Trail, Tri-Village and Twin Valley South.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2015/10/web1_Ansonia-web2.jpgThe Ansonia varsity youth football team made it to the Super Bowl, losing 50-41 to Miami East in the league’s championship game on Sunday at Bradford. The Tigers made it to the Super Bowl by defeating Tri-Village 24-8 in the semifinals. Members of the Ansonia varsity team include No.2 Carson Taylor, No.3 Jacob Lienport, No.8 Caleb Groff, No.11 Connor Jones, No.16 Kayden Mote, No.17 Gavin Kelch, No.18 Landon Pace, No.20 Clayton Stienmetz, No.25 Wyatt Gray, No. 28 Xavier Moody, No.33 Carter Elliot, No.40 Dustin Burk, No.48 Jason Stover, No.56 Dustin Quinter, No.67 Peyton Beam, No.73 Ian Hackler, No.77 Nathan Armock, No.87 Ethan Litteral, No.91 Tanner Perkins and No.99 Owen Jenkowski. The team is led by coach Mike Osterloh along with assistant coaches Ed Elliot and Jason Taylor. Ansonia played in a league with Arcanum, Bethel, Bradford, Covington, Houston, Miami East, Monroe Central, National Trail, Tri-Village and Twin Valley South. Courtesy photo