Members of the Houston fifth-sixth grade football team hoist the Super Bowl trophy after completing their second straight undefeated season. The Tigers beat Salem 7-0 in the title game.

The Houston fifth-sixth grade Mighty Mites recently completed their second straight undefeated football season.

The Tigers capped a 6-0 year by defeating Salem 7-0 in the Super Bowl. Mathew Mosley scored on a 1-yard run with 30 seconds left in the second quarter for the game’s only points. Stetson Welch caught the conversion pass.

The sixth graders went a combined 31-3-1 in their four years of Mighty Mites, including two Super Bowl titles, a runner-up finish in 2007 and third place in 2006.

The team was coached by Kyle Miller, Mark Forbes, Jason Wilson and Jason Goff.

Award passed out at the team banquet Sunday were:

—Outstanding back: D.J. McNew

—Outstanding offensive lineman: Austin Shock

—Outstanding defensive lineman: Keegan Spurlin

—Tiger hitter award: Mosley

—Offensive MVP: Whitley Welch

—Defensive MVP: Stetson Welch

—Team leadership: Kyle Wilson

—Most improved (defense): Brad Johnson

—Most improved (offense): Chase Vandiver and Nathan Poynter

—Outstanding fifth grader: Haden Smith

—Tiger road grader: Seth Goff

—Tiger tough man: Jordon Schmidt

—Tiger all-around athlete: Randall Dailing

—Tiger maximum effort: Zach Adey

—Team captains: Zach Gregory and Chloe Morning

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