Steffon's team

The Inbound Warriors claimed the Florida Spring Youth Football championship last month with a 12-8 win over the Plant City Dolphins at Bethune Cookman University.

The Inbound Warriors of Osceola County claimed the Florida Spring Youth Football League championship last month at Bethune-Cookman University, capping a 9-0 season.

In the regional playoffs the team defeated the Volusia Tigers (13-6), Port Orange Hawks (7-0), the Hobe Sound Ravens (25-20) in the Eastern Conference Championship after trailing 20-0, and the Plant City Dolphins (12-8) in the state championship.

“We were down by 20 points in the first half of the east coast championship game but we never gave up,” Head Coach David Rivette said. “This was one of the best comebacks I have ever seen a team make. This was a group of young men who came together from several local teams in which they bonded and played together as a team.”

The roster is comprised of Camden Baker, Nicholas Bertolani, Bryce Beverly, Nathaniel Cadogan, Rocco DeMando. Teo Edwards. Izaiah Gardner, Ryan Geissbuhler, Eddie Gray Jr., O’Ryan Hartfield, Remy Jarman, Jaiden Kincade, DaKarai McKenzie, Steffon Radcliff Jr., D’Mari Ransom, Rylan Ray, Braylon Rivette, Brycsen Robb, Rylan Rogers, Clark Six, Donta Williams and Clayton Yarwood.

The coaching staff includes Rivette and assistants, Sabrina Kincade, Phi Ray, Frank Cockcroft, Shanty Fontanez, Glenn Gilbert, Rod Lindsey, Chico Munguia and Channing Rogers.