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The Laurel Bay Steelers demonstrate good sportsmanship after a win over their opponents in the Beaufort County 9-10 youth football championship game, Oct. 28, at Beaufort, S.C. The Steelers went on to win the championship ending their season with a 8-1 record.

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“This is your moment. You have earned this. You are the champions and those trophies are yours,” said Adam Fischer, a coach for the Laurel Bay Steelers. “Week in, week out, you guys come out and leave it all out here on the field. That is why you’ve made it this far.”
The Steelers took the field and left with a championship trophy, after the Beaufort County Parks and Leisure Services Football Championship game, Oct. 28.
The Steelers beat the Bengals 12-0, the teams second game in a row with unanswered points. The Steelers had a near perfect season with a final record of eight wins and one loss.
“This team completes their plays, learn fast and play well,” Fischer said. “They have come together on the field and grew as a team. They practiced hard, played hard and came out on top.”
After the championship game several team members were selected to be considered for the Beaufort County All-Star Team. If selected, the players will continue their season on the All-Star team, playing in state and national leagues.
“There is no team better than you in the league, you showed that by getting these trophies and by playing as hard as you have been,” Fischer said as he addressed his team. “Be proud of what you have all accomplished.