OGDEN -- The Wasatch Football League capped its 2013 season with a series of highly competitive and entertaining Mini-Bowls on Saturday at Weber State's Stewart Stadium.
The weather cooperated as the youth teams capped their regular season and playoffs with age-division Mini-Bowls.
In the Bantam League, Kaysville White defeated Clearfield 29-0 to cap the evening.
Earlier, in the Midget League, North Ogden Black dispatched Syracuse Black 21-7 for the championship.
In the Junior Midget League finale, Sky View Blue defeated Kaysville Brown 14-6.
In the Pee Wee League, Syracuse Black topped Plain City Silver 18-13 for the title.
In the Junior Pee Wee title game, Layton Silver edged Kaysville by a 13-6 score.
In th Mitey Mite division final, Syracuse Black defeated North Ogden Black 28-6.
Now more than 40 years old, the Wasatch Football League provides an opportunity for youth ages 8-15 from Smithfield to Farmington to participate in tackle football.
Teams from 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 compete during the season for a right to make the playoffs.
Through this active participation, WFFL teaches fundamental values, skills and knowledge that young people will use throughout their lives.