Four of the five age divisions were won by Walker County teams as the North Georgia Youth Football League held its third annual Super Bowl at Gordon Lee High School.
LaFayette 12, Ringgold 0
The full day of action got started with the 5 and 6-year-old LaFayette Ramblers getting two touchdowns from game MVP Zundra Jackson in a win over the Tigers to complete an unbeaten 9-0 season.
Jackson went 31 yards for his first score with 3:59 left in the first half, and then added an 89-yard scamper midway through the third quarter.
He finished with 164 yards on eight carries, while Zain Smith added 72 yards on three carries.
Josh Cain paced Ringgold (6-3) with 63 yards on 15 carries.
LaFayette 6, Chickamauga 0
Evan Adams' 63-yard scoring run with 4:32 to play in the opening half proved to be the game-winner as the 7-year-old Ramblers (5-3) stunned the previously unbeaten Trojans.
Adams was named the MVP after carrying nine times for 81 yards.
Nate Dunfee had 65 yards on 19 attempts for Chickamauga (7-1).
Ringgold 13, LaFayette 0
The third game of the afternoon saw the 8-year-old Tigers cap 9-0 season with a win over the Ramblers.
Game MVP Jeremiah Chopane rushed 11 times for 122 yards and scored on a 65-yard burst early in the fourth to put the game away.
Quarterback Mason Parker added 75 yards on 11 carries, plus an 8-yard TD run on the final play of the first quarter, while the defense held LaFayette to just 36 yards of total offense.
Ross Martin had 39 yards rushing for the Ramblers (5-4).
Chickamauga 14, Summerville 0
The Trojans polished off a 10-0 campaign with a championship victory over the Indians in the 9-year-old title game.
Game MVP Blake Groce rushed 12 times for 115 yards, including a 57-yard score, and completed 4 of 7 passes for 39 yards in the win.
Brody Cobb added 59 yards rushing and 31 receiving, while the defense gave up just 30 yards of total offense.
Lashawn Lester led the Indians (7-3) with 16 yards on the ground.
Chattanooga Valley 13, Summerville 2
The Eagles (9-0) claimed the battle of the unbeatens with a win over the Indians in the 10 and 11-year-old title tilt.
Defense was the name of the game for the Eagles, who stopped Summerville twice inside the 20-yard line in the second half to preserve the win.
Jordan Blackwell was named the game’s MVP after recording 11 tackles, including four for a loss and a sack.
Xavier Blackwell had 88 yards on eight carries, including a 51-yard touchdown, while Shawn Wilson had a 36-yard TD and finished with 57 yards on nine carries.
Andrew Fowler had 65 yards on 19 carries, all in the second half, for Summerville (8-1).