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Undefeated Everett 8U Pop Warner team wins national league championship, celebrates with championship rings

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  The Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner 8U team won a national championship with an undefeated season.

  “We got off to a great start with a 45-yard touchdown run by Amari Ssembitto on the first drive of the game, and Ty Fiores touchdown put us on top again in the 4th quarter,” Head Coach Mel Fiore said. “We never looked back – a pair of touchdowns by Jerai Rogers and an interception by Patrick Walsh helped seal it.”

  They celebrated their win by receiving championship rings, T-shirts and plaques at Village Bar & Grille on Sunday. The only Everett team to win the league, they went 10-0 in the National League, outscoring opposing teams 188 to 39, with six shutouts during their fall season.

  “It was a great year for the kids,” Fiore said on Tuesday.

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Coaches displaying their championship rings, pictured from left to right: Assistant Coaches Nicholas Olson, Kendall Winters, Jay Papa and Steven Golden and Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner 8U Head Coach Melvin Fiore. At bottom is Kaleb Olson.
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State Rep. Joseph McGonagle congratulated the national league champions.
The ring features the Everett Tide logo.
A side of the championship ring shows off their undefeated 10-0 record.
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Wearing championship rings and champions T-shirts: Pictured from left to right: Kneeling: Joseph Mareira, James McLaughlin, Carrington Guzman, Remington Guzman, Evan Lovejoy and Tyson Fiore; second row: Tyler Janey, Amari Ssembitto, Lorenzo Papa, Ethan Rivas, William Brown and Xavier Winters; third row: Eddiel Aguesviva, Taylor Kennedy and Symon Golden; fourth row: Tallin Allen, Jerai Boisrond-Rogers and Jovani Namey; fifth row: Kaleb Olson, Assistant Coaches Nicholas Olson, Jay Papa, Kendall Winters and Steven Golden, State Rep. Joseph McGonagle, Head Coach Melvin Fiore and team mother Stephanie Fiore. Not present: Logan Salie, Samuel Eduardo, Sandrey Malvoisa, Lyaneer Matosoto, Jayden Groux, Patrick Walsh, Bryce Taylorson and Mason Marble.
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Everett Pop Warner Crimson Tide 8U Right Tackle William Brown with Offensive Lineman Logan Salie (right) showed off their championship rings at Village Bar & Grille on Sunday.
The Everett Crimson Tide Pop Warner 8U team are undefeated national league champions.
Everett Pop Warner 8U Center Josiah Val (left), of Everett, is in awe as he puts on his championship ring.

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