2004-04-16 / Sports

Ravens Scores Touchdown In Awards Ceremony

Ravens Scores Touchdown In Awards Ceremony


The Ravens Pee Wees and Coach Tim hold up their trophies celebrating their Warner Conference 2003 American Division Championship.The Ravens Pee Wees and Coach Tim hold up their trophies celebrating their Warner Conference 2003 American Division Championship.

Imagine, believe and achieve. That was the opening of the Rockaway Ravens Awards Ceremony that was recently held to honor the players for their successful 2003 season.

After a great season, the ceremony honored the boys and girls with various trophies from the team and the Warner Football Conference.

To recap the season: The Peanuts went to the all star games, the Ravens Midgets advanced to the playoffs and finished in third place and the Pee Wees became the Warner Conference American Division Champions and finished with the best record.

Registration has now begun for the 2004 season. The rockaway Ravens Sports Inc. is a non-profit organization headed by Dexter Archibald and is building a solid foundation for the children of our community. For information about registration, call Verdina Archibald at 718-318-3646.


Davon Torres (left) racked up a whopping 4 trophies, including the Warner Conference’s Coaches Award and Laquan Miles (right) took home three awards, including the Warner Conference Most Valuable Player Award.Davon Torres (left) racked up a whopping 4 trophies, including the Warner Conference’s Coaches Award and Laquan Miles (right) took home three awards, including the Warner Conference Most Valuable Player Award.
The Lady Raven cheerleaders were honored for their dedication and hardwork.The Lady Raven cheerleaders were honored for their dedication and hardwork.The Raven Midgets, led by Coach Mark (right), finished in third place and went to the playoffs.The Raven Midgets, led by Coach Mark (right), finished in third place and went to the playoffs.

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