Following an undefeated regular and playoff season, the BBP Phantoms varsity football team won the Suffolk County Championship in their division against the John Glenn Knights.With a final score of …
Following an undefeated regular and playoff season, the BBP Phantoms varsity football team won the Suffolk County Championship in their division against the John Glenn Knights.
With a final score of 35-6, the Phantoms once again dominated their opponent.
“The pride I have in these kids and coaches is an understatement,” said sports director for BBP Schools, Tim Mullins.
Mullins spoke of the tremendous response the team had to John Glenn coming out and opening the game with a touchdown and said how it showed the resilience the team played with all season.
“They never buried their heads, they came right back and played BBP football,” said Mullins.
While Mullins recognized the Long Island Championship as “unchartered waters for our boys and program,” he added that he was confidence in the coaches’ and the team members’ preparation to compete at that level.
North Shore, whom the Phantoms will play for the Long Island Championship on Friday, Nov. 25 at 12 p.m., is the defending champion and “a force to be reckoned with,” said Mullins.
“I know our boys will play their hearts out for 48 minutes and will leave it all on the field. Their focus will be the same it has been all season, one play, one quarter, one half at a time. They will do their respective jobs, play with discipline, and most importantly, play with heart and for each other,” said Mullins.
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