CHIEFS END PRESEASON PLAYING WELL
The Kings County Chiefs completed their preseason Saturday, August 27th at New Utrecht High School against the Brooklyn Titans. The Chiefs have been without some of their key players in each of their preseason match-ups and this week was no different.
In the final game of the preseason, the Chiefs were unexpectedly without their starting QB, Sergius. Fortunately for the Chiefs, there is a bit more depth at that position this year and backup QB, Tony, stepped in and delivered a great performance going 5 for 11 with 2 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Tony also ran for a 2-point conversion.
The preseason has given us some electrifying performances. Starting quarterback, Sergius has been exceptional. Wide Receiver, Na'eem has been the star of the preseason as he has put up some very impressive numbers and made some unbelievable plays this preseason and has had at least 2 touchdowns in each preseason game. The Chiefs running back corp, thought to be a position of concern early in training camp has proven more than capable of doing the job. Led by halfback, Tony the running backs have excelled in these contests. Jayda, the starting halfback against the Brooklyn Titans ran for over 100 yards, while fullback, Zenobi has some very impressive carries as well. Willie also contributed a couple of carries and a two-point conversion. Tight end, Artie has been consistent and hauled in at lease 2 catches in each preseason game. The Chiefs offensive line has been stellar.
The Chiefs defense has been very strong. The defense looks to make a very big impact led by defensive linemen, Andre, Devoni, Josiah, David, Tah-Meik and Anthony. The linebacker corp is led by returning linebacker of the year, Zenobi, who is now joined by Tony and Devoni. The Chiefs defensive backs are led by 4-year veteran, Carlo who was joined this year by 4 year player, Willie. Jayda heads the cornerbacks up and is joined by Na'eem at free safety.
The Chiefs will attempt to defend last year's Super Bowl title in the LINYC.
August 27, 2016 – Brooklyn, NY – The Kings County Chiefs family suffered a tragic loss on this Saturday shortly after their scrimmage with the Brooklyn Titans at New Utrecht High School. Chiefs Kicker and Defensive Lineman, Anthony Hernandez' older brother, Jonathan Hernandez passed away as the result of a tragic swimming accident in the Delaware River.
CHIEFS MOURN TRAGIC LOSS
Jonathan was just 18 years old. Jonathan was a wide receiver and defensive back that played high school football for New Utrecht High School and was often seen at Chiefs practices to support his younger brother, along with their 16 year old brother Brian Hernandez, currently a defensive end at New Utrecht High School. The family had four sons before the loss of Jonathan and his passing has shook the family and organization at its core with grief.
Jonathan's father, Jose Hernandez and mother, Carmen Hernandez have been overwhelmed with support in this painful and tragic time and are attempting to deal with this loss. The Chiefs support them and will honor their son Jonathan's memory over the entire 2016 season with decals worn on the rear of their helmets with the Initial “H” and his name “Jonathan” written across the decal. A memorial will take place at Halftime of the Kings County Chiefs home opener of September 10, 2016 at New Utrecht High School.
CHIEFS SCALP WARRIORS 50-0
September 10, 2016 – Brooklyn, NY – The Kings County Chiefs provided all the glitz and glamour of an NFL experience complete with a smoke machine entrance as they defeated the Brooklyn Warriors 50-0 at New Utrecht High School in a true team effort.
The Chiefs defensive line was relentless, anchored by Devoni (5 tackles / 3 sacks), Artie (6 tackles / 2 sacks) and Amir (8 tackles / 1 sack) who combined for 6 sacks in the victory. The Chiefs defense was solid from the line to the linebackers. The defensive secondary was just as poised as they also denied the Warriors attempts to move down the field. The defense begins the season holding their opponent to no points and hope to continue this trend through the 2016 season.
The Chiefs high octane offense was hitting on all cylinders as in their second play from scrimmage resulted in a 41-yard touchdown run by RB, Tony (2 carries / 58 yds / 1 TD). Tony continued his dominance running the ball and even quarterbacked the Chiefs to two 4th quarter touchdowns. Starting quarterback, Sergius was 5 of 10 passing for 122 yards with 3 passing touchdowns and 1 rushing touchdown.
WR, Sammy (3 catches / 54 yds 2 TDs) returned to his Super Bowl form by adding two receiving touchdowns, as wr, Na'eem (2 catches / 39 yds / 1 TD) did the same. TE, Qaisiem (1 catch / 31 yds) even got in on the act adding a catch. The Chiefs running back corps was impressive, as Zenobi ( 3 carries / 14 yards) and Jayda (4 carries / 42 yds. / 1 TD) added to the Chiefs ground attack.
The Chiefs face a tough Staten Island Broncos team this coming weekend at home.
CHIEFS WRANGLE BRONCOS 28-12
September 18, 2016 - Brooklyn, NY - The Chiefs offense proved too much for the Staten Island Broncos in Saturday's passionate game. The Chiefs dominated on both sides of the ball as the Broncos first possession resulted in a quick turnover on downs.
The Chiefs offense took over behind the flawless play of their offensive line and scored on their first possession on a pass from Chiefs quarterback, Sergius to wide receiver, Na'eem, who after a few slick moves found himself standing in the endzone. The Chiefs ground attack was led by running back, Tony as he ran for 120-yards on 9 carries with 1 touchdown. Chiefs quarterback, Sergius was 8 of 11 for 203 yards with 3 touchdowns passing. The Chiefs wide receiver corps contributed heavily as Sammy hauled in 2 touchdowns and Na'eem added multiple catches with 1 electrifying touchdown catch and run. The Chiefs tight ends of Qaiseim and Anthony also hauled in 2 big first down receptions. The Chiefs offensive line of Christian, Amir, Josiah, Carmelo and Andre controlled the line of scrimmage the entire game not giving up a single sack.
The Chiefs defense was strong, holding the Broncos to only one touchdown from scrimmage. The Chiefs defense was led by middle linebacker, Josiah who led the team in tackles, followed closely by defensive tackle, Devoni and defensive end, Amir. A couple of key defensive plays were made by the Chiefs defensive backs, cornerback, Willie aka “Noodle” came up big for the Chiefs with a 4th quarter interception and a big run stop by cornerback, Carlo got the Chiefs defense pumped up as the Broncos threatened.
The Chiefs led the entire game with the Broncos only other score coming on a kickoff return. The Chiefs led 20-12 going into the two-minute warning, when on 4th down and 2 yards to go, with only 19 seconds left in the game, Chiefs quarterback, Sergius found Sammy in the back of the endzone to put the Chiefs up 28-12 with just 16 seconds left in the game. This proved to be the final score.
The Chiefs face the Bronx Steelers on Saturday, in hopes of going 3 and 0 in league play.
CHIEFS HAMMER STEELERS 46-6
September 24, 2016 - Brooklyn, NY -
The Kings County Chiefs got off to a slow
start this weekend but picked it up in the
2nd half scoring 34 unanswered points
against the Bronx Steelers and forcing 4
turnovers. The win brings the Chiefs record
to 3 wins without a loss on the season.
The Chiefs defense led the charge, keeping
the offense in a great field position. The
Chiefs started quarterback, Tony #12 as the
Chiefs starting quarterback, Sergius #1 is
out for, what appears to be, the remainder
of the season with a fractured right thumb.
Behind an amazing offensive line, Tony
threw for 5 touchdowns with 1 interception
and was 6 of 15 passing for 127 yards. Tony
also led all rushers with 40-yards rushing on
The Chiefs receivers all contributed receptions. Sammy led all receivers with yards with 52 yards on 2 catches with 2 touchdowns, while Na'eem led the team in number of receptions with 5 catches for 42 yards with 1 touchdown. The Chiefs tight ends, also got in on the act. Anthony had 1 catch for 10 yards and caught his first touchdown, while Qaiseim hauled in 1 catch for 39 yards with 1 touchdown.
The Chiefs rushed the ball 23 times against the Steelers, spreading it among five running backs. Jayda led the committee of running backs with 32-yards on 5 carries. Chiefs FB, Zenobi rushed for 19 yards on 6 carries with 1 touchdown. Running back, Denell also ran for 24 yards on 3 carries.
Chiefs defensive end, Amir led the defense with an unbelievable 7.5 tackles. Chiefs linebacker, Andre had another great game as he recovered a fumble and also had an interception that he returned for a 46-yard touchdown. Chiefs defenders Carmelo and Christian also recovered fumbles. Chiefs DE/DT, Devoni contributed 4 tackles to the victory, while Qaiseim entered the game on defense and made 3.5 tackles in just the 4th quarter from the defensive end position. DT Thomas (3 tackles), LB Josiah (2.5 tackles), and FS Na'eem (2.5 tackles) also had a great game on defense in the 46-6 victory. The Chiefs welcome the Raiders to town next week.
CHIEFS TAKE THE KINGDOM, BEAT KINGS 64-0
CHIEFS DEFEAT STEELERS 24-0
IRVINGTON RAIDERS FALL TO CHIEFS
CHIEFS HUNT DOWN DUCKS 30-0
The Chiefs Are Back To Back Superbowl Champions
CHIEFS HEAD INTO 2016 SUPERBOWL
CHIEFS SUPER BOWL RINGS ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN
CHIEFS 2015 AWARDS GALA... HUGE SUCCESS
KINGS COUNTY CHIEFS DEFEAT BROOKLYN RIVALS
The Kings County Chiefs faced off against their crosstown rivals, the Brooklyn Chiefs, in a great contest of youth football, as these two teams have been the most dominant in the NYC area. It was only a matter of time before their paths met and when it did, the talent on both sides of the ball were evident.
On the opening kickoff, Kings County recovered an unfielded kickoff and gained possession at the Brooklyn 40-yard line. Running back, Tony broke two long runs that resulted in a red zone opportunity. The result was a spectacular one-handed touchdown grab by Sammy from quarterback, Sergius.
The game went back and forth as Brooklyn answered with a long drive of their own, resulting in a 4-yard touchdown run. The game seemed to hinge on who would make the first stop on defense, when the Kings County Chiefs did just that. Kings County stopped Brooklyn on a 4th and short and the Chiefs offense took it down and scored, putting them up by a touchdown. Kings County sealed the deal with a last second dash to the corner of the endzone, by quarterback, Sergius that ended the game and earned Kings County a hard-fought victory.
Kings County Chiefs running back, Toni had an outstanding game with a touchdown, as the receiving corps of Sammy, Na'eem and Qaiseim hauled in some extraordinary catches to seal the victory. Not enough can be said about the Chiefs outstanding offensive line, as they continue to put the team in a position to win. The Chiefs defense was also stellar as they limited Brooklyn's drives with their bend but don't break mentality.
Brooklyn proved themselves a worthy adversary in the New York City area, but the Kings County Chiefs found a way to win and remained undefeated winning the game 18-14, as they head to the National tournament.
The Chiefs mascot the "Big Chief" is presented by the great people at Abracadabra NYC and Boss Lady, Kodi Hadrick. Although Hadrick is a Denver Broncos fan. She's still a supporter of the Kings County Chiefs Youth Football Club.
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THE CHIEFS MASCOT "BIG CHIEF" & THE "CHIEF PRINCESS"
PRESENTED BY ABRACADABRA NYC
KINGS COUNTY CHIEFS CO-CHAMPIONS AT 2016 NATIONALS
The Kings County Chiefs are crowned 2016 Runner-up at National Championships in Daytona Beach! After another undefeated season, the Chiefs travel to Daytona Beach for the SNI National Championships and return as Runner-Up, finishing 2nd in the Nation.
The Chiefs battled teams from Memphis, Carolina, Ohio and Kentucky for the National Crown. All teams combined only had 2 loses amongst them going into the National Championships.
The Kings County Chiefs made quite the impression, as the team made a statement for NYC football.
The Chiefs had an outstanding tournament. The Chiefs performance was a true team effort, as it took every aspect of the Chiefs' game to pull of the impressive 2nd place finish. The 2nd place finish was controversial to say the least, as an official's erroneous implementation of non-tournament rules cost the Kings County Chiefs a game in the tournament that would have undoubtedly went in their favor under the proper tournament rules.
Chiefs preseason has been underway for weeks as the last wave of cuts loom over the young guys fighting to make this roster. The Chiefs have had some very intense challenges this Summer but have come out of it better. The team promises to compete for another run at a great season. Chiefs newcombers have made an immediate impact. The team will announce final cuts August 26th.
(Pictured: Thomas and D.J. enjoy practice)
CHIEFS 2017 ROSTER TAKING SHAPE AS TRAINING CAMP WINDS DOWN
Photo by: Barry Daley
CHIEFS END PRESEASON ON A HIGH NOTE, LOOK FORWARD TO SEASON
The Chiefs 12U looked impressive as they completed the preseason with a 28-20 victory over the Hudson County Dolphins. The Chiefs appear to have their sites set on the season, which promises to be a tough one in AAU Football.
The Chiefs 10U continues to struggle and Chiefs Kingdom is hopefully they will get it all figured out in this last week leading up to their season opener on September 9th against the Westbury Dragons.
The Chiefs will face the tough Long Island Spartans in week 2.
(Pictured: Sammy runs for the endzone)
Photo credit: Barry Daly
CHIEFS 12U STARTS 2017 SEASON UNDEFEATED
Kings County Chiefs 12U team has picked up right where they left off at the Nationals last year, winning their first two games of the season against the Long Island Spartans and Harlem AAU. (Pictured: D.J. runs for a touchdown vs LI Spartans)
The Chiefs 12U heads into week 3 to face a tough Elmont Panthers teams hungry for a victory.
The Kings County offense has been potent, led by quarterback, Sergius. 2017 has birthed some new Chiefs stars, like RB, D.J., who has blazed the backfield with electrifying runs. The Chiefs veterans have been instrumental in the great start with WR, Sammy leading the team in receiving and defense, followed closely by the talented Na'eem and TE Qaiseim. There would be no offense without the stellar play of the Chiefs offensive line.
The Chiefs defense has had a bend but don't break start led by Sammy, Havis, Jayda, Luka, Zenobi, Eric and D.J.. The Chiefs secondary has also played well.
The Chiefs 10U continues to struggle to find its way at 0-2 over the first two games of the season.
Photo credit: Barry Daly
CHIEFS 12U FALLS TO ELMONT 22-18, 10U STRUGGLES CONTINUE
September 24, 2017, Brooklyn, NY - The Kings County Chiefs went into their third game of the season heavily favored over the Elmont Panthers, who were 0-2 coming into this weekend's game against the 2-0 Kings County Chiefs. The game began on the wrong foot for the Chiefs, as in their first possession starting quarterback, Havis, was hit as he attempted to deliver the ball downfield. The play resulted in an interception. The Chiefs offensive line struggled and the offense never got rolling, leaving the defense on the field over 30 minutes in the 40 minute contest.
The Chiefs changed quarterbacks at the half and Sergius entered the game and completed a touchdown pass to Na'eem to tie the score at 8-8. Elmont drove down and scored on the ground. The Elmont defense then recovered a fumble and returned it for a touchdown. The Chiefs had one more chance but it was thwarted by a 4th quarter interception.
The Chiefs offense turned the ball over five times in the game. This was the turning point in the game. The Chiefs 12U now sits in 2nd place with the league leading Valley Stream Green Hornets coming to their field on Saturday.
The Chiefs 10U continues to struggle to find its way at 0-3. The Elmont 10U dominated the game in every aspect. The Chiefs coaching staff have committed to a change in this week's preparation.
Photo credit: Barry Daly
(Qaiseim makes a one-handed catch vs Elmont)
CHIEFS 12U GETS BACK ON TOP WITH 44-14 VICTORY OVER VALLEY STREAM
October 1, 2017, Brooklyn, NY - The Kings County Chiefs returned to form on Saturday at home against the Valley Stream Green Hornets defeating the Green Hornets 44-14. The game became highly emotional in the 3rd quarter when Chiefs running back, D.J. (Pictured left) went down with a serious scare after scoring 2 touchdowns. Whisked away in an ambulance, D.J. inspired his teammates who played inspired for their fallen brother, even chanting D.J. during game clinching offensive drives in his absence.
The Chiefs offense led by quarterback, Havis went on a rampage, scoring 26 points in the second half along with the 14 points they scored in the first half. The Chiefs offensive line was stellar, as Damien, Luka, Matthew, David and Edwin controlled the line of scrimmage and led the way for Havis, Tony, D.J. and Judah. Sammy and Na'eem recorded touchdowns and mulitple catches as the rain fell.
On defense the Chiefs were hard-nosed as Qaiseim and Na'eem both had interceptions and Sammy, Judah, Luka, Zenobi and Eric racked up the tackles keeping the Green Hornets offense off the field.
The Chiefs are in first place at 3-1 on the season and face a tough Elmont Panthers team next week. Chiefs running back, D.J., was diagnosed with a stinger and released from the hospital Sunday evening. He is expected to return to the field soon. He is day-to-day for next Sunday's game against Elmont.
The Chiefs 10U fell to 0-4, as Valley Stream gave them their 4th loss. 10U rays of light have been Dahveed, JJ, Francisco and Soloman.
Photo credit: Barry Daly
CHIEFS DEFEAT DAWGS, TAKE OVER FIRST PLACE IN AAU NY METRO
October 14, 2017, Brooklyn, NY - The Kings County Chiefs 12U continued it's winning ways with a victory over the Dawgs. Chiefs WR/DB, Naeem registered both a touchdown and an interception, finishing the game with 70 yards receiving. Chiefs running back, D.J. led the way with 146 total yards and rushing for 1 touchdown. Chiefs QB, Havis was 6 for 10 for 155 yards with 2 TDs and 1 INT.
WR,Sammy hauled in a touchdown at receiver and also returned a fumble for a TD. The Chiefs offensive line anchored by Offensive Tackles, Edwin and Luka controlled the line of scrimmage with the help of Eric, Damien, David and Matthew. On defense, the Chiefs were tough. holding the Dawgs to only 12 points. LB, Aiden recorded his first fumble recovery.
The Chiefs defeated the Dawgs 34-12 and move into first place heading into the last two weeks of the season. Kings County faces Valley Stream next weekend.
The Chiefs 10u fought hard but came up short, losing 8-0 to the Dawgs.
(Pictured: Naeem goes 70-yds for the TD)
DOMO & RHYTHM CITY RIP THE STAGE AT 2017 CHIEFS AWARDS
March 11, 2018, Brooklyn, NY - Trimmed with video presentations and epic award winner revealing graphics, the Kings County Chiefs Annual Red Carpet Awards were littered with special guests this year, as Fox Sports, Mike Hill delivered the welcome and Brooklyn Borough President, Eric Adams and Operation H.O.O.D. Director Derrick Latif Scott graced the event with their attendance.
The Kings County Chiefs hit the lottery when star recording artist, DOMO of NBC The Voice fame agreed to perform for the boys! She came accompanied by MTV's America's Best Dance Crew star dance company, Rhythm City. The two acts simply brought the house down with their stunning performances and made this year's awards the best to date. DOMO will release her album later this Spring and Rhythm City is underway filming a reality show.
Thank you to all of our special guests, the Kings County Chiefs love you and will support you in all your future endeavors.
November 4, 2017, Brooklyn, NY - The Kings County Chiefs 12U continues its success, finishing the regular season in first place for the third year in a row. The Chiefs finished as the number 1 seed headed into the playoffs in the toughest youth football league in the NY/NJ/CT area, AAU Football NY Metropolitan.
Kings County led the entire league in scoring through the regular season and remain one of the most elite youth football teams in New York. Although the Chiefs did not completely dominate the league, as they have in past seasons, the team continued to win. The competitiveness of AAU Football NY Metropolitan is more a testiment to the level of competition than it is anything else. The league reported no undefeated teams and each age divisions final standings were separated by one game among the top 4 teams.
KINGS COUNTY CHIEFS FINISH REGULAR SEASON IN 1ST PLACE
(Kings County Chiefs return from Halftime Photo: Barry Daly)
CHIEFS HUNT THE HORNETS
The Kings County Chiefs have released their final roster for the 2018 season. After finishing the regular 2017 AAU Football season in first place in their AAU Football division, the 2018 Chiefs roster has some dramatic changes and new faces. The most evident change is at the quarterback position, which is now played by Sammy, Qaisiem and Anthony. D.J. (RB) returns to the Chiefs backfield attempting to surpass his robust rushing total from last year. He is joined in the 2018 Chiefs backfield by Chiefs' veteran fullback, Zenobi, who had a breakout preseason at fullback.
Sammy returns for the final season of his illustrious youth football career. Qaiseim has been the unexpected surprise of the offseason showing his ability to play the quarterback. The Chiefs offensive line returns and is playing at a very high level this preseason, anchored by veteran offensive guards, David and Matthew, as well as center, Thomas. The offseason acquisitions of Charles (DB/WR), Julien (LB/TE), Jalil (DE/OT), Jeremiah (LB/DE), Victor (DT/OT), Anthony (S/WR) and Eben (DB/RB) have made a major impact on the defense as well. Zenobi (LB) and Damien (LB) anchor the defense at the middle linebacker positions and have restored discipline to the position.
The Chiefs 10U added explosive speed to the backfield with Keyshawn (RB) taking over at halfback with Flash still anchoring the fullback position and turning in some impressive preseason performances. J.J. will continue to lead the team at quarterback and has grown immensely through training camp and the preseason, showing poise at the position. J.J. (DE) and Flash (FB) have also proven to be a volatile combination on defense at linebacker and defensive end. Ryan, Jaylon and Johnny anchor the receiver positions, as Sean and Naseem anchor the offensive and defensive lines. Zion (OT/LB) brings a much-needed toughness to the team with offensive and defensive lineman, Kingston. The 10U hopes to avenge last seasons record and return to contention for a Division championship this year in the AAU Football NY Metro / NJ District.
CHIEFS GROUND THE JETS
The Kings County Chiefs defeat the Harlem Jets at home Saturday by a score of 36-6 on the 12U level and 20-0 on the 10U level. The Chiefs opened up with a big run and never looked back. The Chiefs defense looked solid again.
More to come.
(Pictured below D.J. heads down the sideline, led by Qaiseim, for the first of two touchdowns on the day.)
(Pictured to the right: Flash and Keyshawn paired for a couple of touchdowns in the Chiefs 10U shutout of the Hornets)
CHIEFS 10U TURNS IT AROUND IN 2018
October 7, 2018 - Brooklyn, New York - Taking a page out of the NFL Kansas City Chiefs playbook, the youth teams of the Kings County Chiefs have managed to keep pace with their NFL idols by going undefeated into week 6 of the AAU Football season.
The Chiefs 10U led by their dynamic backfield of Keyshawn and Flash and the solid play of tight end, Johnny and wide receiver, Ryan, have repeatedly found a way to pull out victories in
even the closest of games behind the arm of second year quarterback, J. J.. Chiefs veteran OL/DL, Sean has been a force this season, as well as rookie OL/DL, Omar. The Chiefs defense, under the watchful eye of Defensive Coordinator, Dion Best, has become one of the best in the league and has been able to lock down defenders all season. Let's hope this continues for the next two weeks as the Chiefs vie for a number one seed and home field advantage throughout the playoffs. With the highly competitive AAU league, one loss could plummet the first place 10U Chiefs all the way down to third place and a road schedule for the playoffs.
Yes, this is the same team that finished last year with an abysmal one win season. When asked about the turnaround, Chiefs President and Head Coach Flash, responded, “Myself and coaches Best, Kevin and Jvonn were committed to changing the culture on the younger team after last season. In my opinion, what the Defensive Coordinator, Coach Dion Best, has done with the defense is the reason this team has made a complete 360. Teams can't beat us if they can't score and the defense has been rock solid under his instruction.”
The Chiefs 10U has racked up wins against some of AAU Football's toughest opponents, but will face the always tough Elmont Cardinals and Hudson County Dolphins in the final two weeks of the season, with very heavy playoff seeding implications. Come out and support these boys at home for the final game of the season.
(Pictured below: Keyshawn - RB, Flash - RB, Johnny - TE)
Led by the veteran stars like Sammy, D. J., Qaiseim, David and Matthew, and sparked by rookie defensive lineman sensation Victor and rookie defensive standout, Charles. The Chiefs defense remains anchored by veterans, Zenobi (LB/FB) and Damien (LB).
The big brothers of the Chiefs organization head into the final two weeks of the season with tough matchups against the Elmont Cardinals and the undefeated Hudson County Dolphins. The Chiefs, although undefeated, find themselves in second place based on AAU Football's point differential.
The Chiefs 12U find themselves in a must win situations over the final two weeks of the season, as a loss to Hudson County or Elmont, could drop them to a number three seed in the playoffs and force them on the road in the playoffs.
(Pictured below: Sammy, D.J., Victor, Matt, Qaiseim and David celebrate)
CHIEFS 12U FACES BIGGEST CHALLENGES IN FINAL WEEKS
KINGS COUNTY CHIEFS AAU NY DISTRICT CHAMPIONS
November, 2018 - Brooklyn, New York - The Kings County Chiefs are the AAU Football NY Metropolitan District Champions! After dismantling the Brooklyn Braves 35-14, Kings County won the 2018 New York Metro district championship and a bid to play for the 2018 AAU Football National Championship in Florida.
The King County Chiefs 12U wins the District in a year where the majority of the team's veterans will be leaving the youth program for high school.
November, 2018 - Elmont, New York - Both Kings County Chiefs teams head to the AAU Football NY Metro / NJ District Championship games!
The King County Chiefs 10U completed their amazing turnaround season with a game-ending goaline stand against the Elmont Cardinals in the semi-finals of the AAU Football playoffs, and with that they head to the District and League Championship as the top seed. The Chiefs 10U season has been laced with close victories and blowouts alike, as they complete their regular season with a record of 7 wins and 2 losses. The head to the district championship to face the tough PST Lions (Formerly Levittown Red Devils).
The Kings County Chiefs 12U heads into the league championship game already having been crowned the AAU Football New York Metropolitan District Champions after they defeated the Braves 35-14.
CHIEFS TEAMS HEAD TO DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP
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