Indians’ Mitey Mite and Tiny Mite earn wins

Photo by Tevin Stinson Last Saturday the Winston-Salem Tiny Indians hosted a number of games at their home field located on Waterworks Road. In the Mitey Mite division, the Indians hosted the Kernersville Raiders.

Indians’ Mitey Mite and Tiny Mite earn wins
September 08
06:40 2016



The Winston-Salem Tiny Indians competed against several teams in Piedmont Youth Football and Cheer League/American Youth Football (PYFCL/AFL) on Saturday, Sept. 3.

The Gold Mitey Mites displayed great competition against the Kernersville Raiders.  Offensive players of the day were: Jaylin Murry, Antonio Samuels, Daviel Eldridge, Quinton Stone, Tejuan Miller, Jhamari Hall, Daviare Eldridge, and DeMarius Barr. All combined for over 500 rushing yards, thanks to the big guys up front.

The entire defense showed with dynamic hits from Jatravis Hall and D-Rock Eldridge. So far this season, the Indians Gold Mitey Mites have outscored opponents for a total of 90-0 in three weeks.

“We are proud of our players! They work extra hard in practice, which showed on Saturday.Thanks to my coaching staff and parents’ support.  We wouldn’t be able to do this without them,” said Head Coach Lenard Green.

Indians have two new head coaches for this year’s Gold and Burgundy Tiny Mite squads, which are ages 5, 7.  Head Coach of the Gold Tiny Mite Squad,

lumbo Alomia, stated, “I’m proud of my team. They nt out and handled business. Discipline and a physical le of play made it possible for the win.”

Key offensive players for the Indians’ Tiny Mite Gold he contest against Forsyth County Bronco White team Sept. 3.

were: Semaj Reid with 2 TDs, Joel Hayes, Amare McClinton and King-Chiles with 1 TD each. “As my first year being a head coach, I am impressed with how the players listen, learn and expedite,” said Columbo.

In the next contest, the Indians Tiny Mite Burgundy displayed great competition in their matchup with the Pfafftown Packers. After a hard fought battle, the Indians were able to come out with the victory. Head Coach Carlos Gregory was very proud of his team as they played hard and displayed great sportsmanship and teamwork.

Gregory mentioned that is the key to a successful journey, and that’s what he teaches his players.

On Sep. 10, the Winston-Salem Tiny Indians will celebrate homecoming. The community is invited to come out and enjoy the activities for the day. The field is at the Ray Agnew Sports Complex, 901 Waterworks Road.

Sandra Green is president of the Winston-Salem Tiny Indians.

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