2004 LA CIty Section Championship

Even though the anonymous commenter may be trying to make me flustered or drive y’all, my loyal readers, away I don’t believe you have to suffer for it. So I thought I’d post a couple of pictures up from the City Championship. I think you’ll all be impressed. I hope you like them. One short note though, these aren’t my pictures(I’ll put those up later), I believe they were first published in the LA Daily News, so they retain all copyrights to these pictures. Go Patriots!

#2 Kenny Davis catches a beautiful pass.

#2  catches a beautiful pass. He then ran it in for a touchdown.

Our defense brings Dorsey's running back to the ground. Notice how many hats we get on the ball.

Our defense brings Dorsey’s running back to the ground. Notice how many hats we get on the ball.

#6, our QB, Andrew Miramontes lets it all hang out after the game.

#6, our QB, lets it all hang out after the game. The blue clad arm outstretched in the air in the background is mine.

#6 and #2 share a poignant moment after the game. You can see the rest of us dancing around the trophy in the background.

#6 and #2 share a poignant moment after the game. They finally made it to the Coliseum and won the Championship. You can see the rest of us dancing around the trophy in the background.

Head Coach Ed Croson, we all just call him Coach, gets drenched with the ceremonial cooler of water in the closing moments of the game

Head Coach Ed Croson, we all just called him Coach, gets drenched with the ceremonial cooler full of water in the final moments of the game. I was in the back helping out as best I could.

Some of the fellas celebrate after the game.

Some of the fellas celebrate after the game.

#13 Brandon Morgan and #15 Brian Stuart kiss the trophy while we all look on.

#13 and #15 kiss the trophy while we all look on. I was patiently waiting my turn to put my lips on it.

Da Fellas and the trophy.

Da Fellas and Da Trophy. We were all celebrating our 36-13 win.

#26 Milton Knox escapes the grasp of Dorsey's defenders

#26 escapes the grasp of some of the defenders from Dorsey.

#26 again, this time he's diving into the endzone.

#26 again. This time he’s diving into the endzone for one of his many touchdowns.

Stu breaks free and heads toward the endzone. You can see the O-Line behind him.

Stu breaks free and heads toward the endzone. You can see the O-line behind him. Directly behind him is #76.

Another picture of the Natural Freshman Milton Knox outrunning the Dorsey defenders.

Another picture of the Natural Freshman outrunning the Dorsey defensive backs.

Quarterback Extraordinaire Andrew Miramontes trying to escape the Dosey players.

Quarterback extraordinaire trying to escape the Dorsey defenders.

A great picture of Milton Knox.

A great picture.

Stu avoiding a Dorsey linebacker.

#15 avoiding a Dorsey linebacker.

Andrew Miramontes breaking free.

#6 breaking free.

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