OGDEN -- What started out as a no-pads practice in early August for thousands of Top of Utah youth, culminated with the Wasatch Football League's popular Mini-Bowls on Oct. 29 at Weber State's Stewart Stadium.
Champions were crowned in six divisions following a full day of games on a crisp Saturday to cap the season.
* In the mitey mite division, Plain City Silver capped its season with a 16-8 victory over Syracuse Black.
* In the junior pee wee divison, Kaysville White edged Roy Black 14-7 to claim the title.
* In the pee wee division, Syracuse Gold rolled to a 33-0 win over Clearfield in the championship.
* In the junior midget division, Kaysville Black edged West Haven Maroon 8-0 in a defensive battle.
* In the midget division, Sky View Gold topped Syracuse Silver 21-20 in the closest game of the day.
* In the bantam division, Farminton toppled West Point 28-6 for the championship.
The Wasatch Football League, former the Wasatch Front Football League, provides an opportunity for youth ages 8-15 from Smithfield to Farmington to participate in tackle football.
The following communities provide the opportunity for youth to play: Smithfield, Logan, Hyrum, Bear River, Brigham City, North Ogden, Plain City, Ogden, Ogden Valley, Roy, Washington Terrace, South Ogden, South Weber, Morgan, Layton, Hill AFB, Clearfield, Sunset, Syracuse, Kaysville, and Farmington.
The WFL, now more than 40 years old, is one of the largest in the United States.