The Yarmouth Pirates JV football team captured the state championship late week with a 20-14 win over Rockland in the final. The Pirates, featuring players in the third, fourth and fifth grades, finished the year 11-0.
Front row (left to right): Christopher Romano, Dan Latham, Nick Prato, Henry Venden, Jack Guiney, Noah Eckersley-Ray, Caden Middleton, Hayden Dieterle.
Middle row: David Steinharter, Alonzo Antoine, Bjorn Strobel, John Thoma, Bobby Murray, Grant Tobias, Connor Pearl.
Back row: Coaches Sean Venden, Lynn Eckersley-Ray, Jay Tobias, Bob Murray, Tom Romano.
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