L.L Banquet Ends Season But Starts Tradition


The Mansfield Little League Football teams held their end of season banquet this past Saturday. With the Middle School cafeteria packed to the brim full of parents, grandparents, and players you couldn’t help but feel proud to be a Tiger. Little League Football President, Josh Strozier, was very pleased with how the banquet turned out, “Parent involvement is an important part of this program. I appreciate all of our coaches and their dedication to these kids. We had a great year and I’m looking forward to what’s to come in our upcoming season!”

The 3rd and 4th Grade received their 2018 Championship rings and got a chance to show off their WCFL Championship trophy while the 5th and 6th Grade was congratulated for a great season and for making the playoffs.

Mansfield High School Head Coach Craig Bentley attended the banquet and gave a riveting speech to the crowd ending it by saying “When was the last time Mansfield saw this kind of success in the football programs from Flag Football and Little League all the way to the Senior High team? This is just the beginning!” Mansfield Little League also got a chance to show off their new game jerseys for next seasons 5th and 6th Grade team.

After all of the food and festivities were complete, business was at hand by voting on Coaches & Board Members. The Tigers will have David Moore heading the 3rd and 4th Grade team again this season while Steven Moore will be taking over the 5th and 6th Grade squad. President Josh Strozier and Secretary/Treasurer Adam Hecox will return to their board positions and Jason Edwards will be the leagues new Vice President.

Mansfield Tigers Flag Football Team

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