St. John Warriors Red recognized for Superbowl wins

Published 8:19 am Wednesday, June 21, 2023

LAPLACE — The St. John Warriors Red has grown into a formidable force in the Southeast Louisiana Football League, clinching not just one, but three Superbowl titles across respective age divisions.

The young athletes in the 7/8, 9/10 and 11/12 age divisions were recognized by Parish President Jaclyn Hotard during the June 13 St. John Parish Council Meeting in LaPlace.

The 7/8 team defeated the Tangi Cubs for the Superbowl championship game with a final score of 6-0. Coached by Raphael Neal, the team ended the season with a record of 9-1. Team members are Brayden Arceneux, Sincere Brown, Braylon Butler, Jesse Chriss III, Nyheem Dennis, Sa’mahj Downing, Gregory Dulin, Tyren Garrett, Antonio Harvey, Cayden Hill, Kingston Jackson, Omond Johnson, Michaevn Manuel, Makki Melancon, August Mills, G’Kobe Roberson, Lloyd Shaw Jr., Zaiden Singleton, Jeremiah Washington and Brenden White.

The 9/10 St. John Warriors Red team defeated the Clinton Tigers in the Championship game with a score of 14-6. Robert Williams led the team to an undefeated 2022 season. Team members include Kier’Rhon Adams, Charles Anderson, Daylin Anderson, Ean Bailey, Jaycob Bell, Roshon Boyle, Brandon Butler, Braxton Campbell, Bradley Hymes, Armontae Jackson, Mekhi Marrero, Akeem Mitchell, Miguel Osorio, Garrick Pierce, Charles Pons Jr., Floyd Raven, Saige Riley, Kamdin Rogers, Daniel White, Kaar White, Ayden Williams and Kadeason Young.

Coach Brian “KB” Armstrong led the 11/12 St. John Warriors Red team to back-to-back Super Bowl appearances. The boys defeated cross-town rivals St. John Warriors Gold in the championship with a score of 22-16. The 11/12 team members are Mikhail Adams, Dayon Anderson, Tra’Mir Anderson, Brandon Arceneaux, Christopher Bailey, Christopher Beknel, Benjamin Claiborne, Harold Fleming Jr., Eliyjah Graham, Bert Hymes, Brayden Hymes, Andre Jackson, Robert Jackson, Dontae Jackson, Jo’kobe Jones, Letrae Love, Keshaun Lumar, Nathaniel Nicholson, Angel Osorio, Jamaar Palmer, Connell Porter, Trevor Randall, Jeremiah Reynaud, Michael Scott, Floyd Smith, Gage Taylor, Peyton Taylor, Charles Tobias, Tyrese Washington, Dyshawn Watkins, Larry Wheeler, Caleb Williams and Zaire Young.