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Pop Warner 75-Year Anniversary Book

Pop Warner Alum Preps for the Big Game

LOS ANGELES For No. 1 Southern California and No. 2 Oklahoma, the stretch run of their Orange Bowl collision course Tuesday has arrived. So let's focus on the one player who will have more to say on the destination of the crystal football without saying a word, of course than any other. USC sophomore Reggie Bush. Bush's humility flows from a scripture, Matthew 23:12, introduced by Griffin, which has stayed with him since his first 300-yard rushing game in Pop Warner.

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ESPN2 to Air "Timeless"
In the world of sports, some stories transcend the calendar and the whims of pop culture; they're simply timeless. ESPN2 will capture these stories in a new 30-week series Timeless, set to debut Saturday, Jan. 1 at 11:30 a.m. ET. Each week (Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. on ESPN2), the half-hour show will highlight some of the sports world's true hidden gems.
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Panthers Honor Local Champs
The Freedom Drive Broncos Junior Midgets of the Pop Warner Little Panthers League in Charlotte stepped into the press room at Bank of America Stadium and onto the big stage for their own Super Bowl press conference. The team recently completed an amazing 15-0 season by winning the national championship at the Pop Warner Super Bowl in Orlando, FL.
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2004 Sportsmanship Awards
4th Annual Pop Warner/NFL Player's Association
Sportsmanship Awards
Division I Recipients
Division II Recipients
  1. Southeast Apaches (TX) 1. Lee's Summitt Tigers (MO)
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  2. Palo Alto Knights (CA) 2. North Philadelphia Aztecs (PA)
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Jr. Pee Wee
Philly Embraces Its Champ!
Well, the city of Philadelphia has been waiting for its Super Bowl trophy, and on Friday, December 10, 2004, it was delivered to them...although it wasn't the Eagles to do so as some may have expected. In just their first year of postseason competition, the North Philadelphia Aztecs defeated the Huntington Beach Chargers (CA) 32-13 to capture the Division II Jr. Pee Wee Tomlin Championship at the Pop Warner Super Bowl.
On Top Again!
The White Oak Warriors (MD) defeated the Dale City Cowboys (VA) 20-16 for the Division I Midget National Championship.


White Oak Warriors 20
Dale City Cowboys 16


Pop Warner Super Bowl Special
  Tuesday, Dec. 28:
5:00 PM
  Saturday, Jan. 29:
1:00 PM
6:00 PM
2:00 PM
More TBA
Congratulations to all teams and squads that competed at the 2004 Pop Warner Super Bowl and National Cheer & Dance Championships!
  2004 Super Bowl Champions:
  2004 Cheer & Dance Champions:
Check Out Photos from Wednesday's Tiny-Mite Exhibition
*New Photos Added
Philadelphia Mayor proclaims 12/21 "North Philly Aztecs Day"
Survivor Africa winner Ethan Zohn talks about his Pop Warner days
Rap icon leads his team to the Pop Warner Super Bowl
2004 Regional Championships
Regional Football Results
Cheer/Dance Squads Competing
Cheer/Dance Final Standings
Football Teams Competing
Football Final Results
Championship TV Coverage
2004 Butkus Winner to do coin toss for Division I Midget Championship

2004 Program Book

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A very special thank to the Mid-Florida Volunteers and to the Media Team helping us throughout the week: Bob Field, Amy Whitten, Doug McIver, Erin Katherine Sykes, and GW student's Kelly Lawten, Abby Passeri and Sara Rabe!
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