Waianae Tigers Become First Team from Hawaii to Win A Pop Warner Super Bowl National Title

Filed in: ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, Pop Warner Super Bowl, Youth Sports

(Dec. 2-9, 2017): The Waianae Tigers posted a 16-8 win over Creeks Outlaws (Jacksonville, FL) during the Pop Warner Super Bowl at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort, becoming the first team from the state of Hawaii to claim a Pop Warner national championship. Sixty-four of the top youth football teams in the nation compete in this week-long Super Bowl after advancing through regional competitions. Teams compete for national crowns in four divisions based on size and age, including Jr. Pee Wee (ages 8-11 yrs.), Pee Wee (9-12 yrs.), Jr. Varsity (10-13 yrs.) and Varsity (11-15 yrs.). This event coincides with the Pop Warner National Cheer & Dance Championships, bringing together thousands of cheerleaders from across the country.