PHOTOS: Scenes From Burien Bearcats Championship Game At Husky Stadium


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As we reported last week, the Burien Bearcats Junior football team played the Richmond Bulldogs in a championship game at U-Dub’s Husky Stadium Sunday (Nov. 7th).

Unfortunately, they lost 26-13.

However, this shouldn’t stop us all from saluting this outstanding team, which Photographer Nicholas Johnson did by shooting the following Slideshow of Sunday’s match:

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Coached by George Jackson, here’s the roster of your Burien Bearcats:

Here’s more info on the Bearcats program:

The Burien Bearcats have been in the community for 43 years.

2010 will be our fourth year with the Northwest Junior Football League.

The program is divided into five different levels of play according to age and weight; this results in increased participation and safety for all players.

The Juniors Division consists of 12-14 yr-olds.

The Bearcats organization enjoys strong ties to the community and provides opportunities for children ages 6-14 to participate in full-contact football and competitive cheerleading.

Our program is ethnically diverse and includes kids from all walks of life.

More information about the Burien Bearcats: www.eteamz.com/BurienBearcats

More information about the Northwest Junior Football League: www.eteamz.com/njfl

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6 Responses to “PHOTOS: Scenes From Burien Bearcats Championship Game At Husky Stadium”
  1. Jenn says:

    We are all so proud of our Bearcats. They played their hearts out!

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  2. feral dog says:

    Keep your heads high bearcats, just getting there is a feat in itself. We are proud of you.

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  3. bella says:

    why dont the cheer leaders get nothing not even a picture it is all about football why dont you care about us for once

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  4. Rebecca Edson says:

    Last year I signed my grandson up to play on the Bearcats Pee Wee team, we paid our money,went and helped at 3 car washes,I helped several times at the consession stand, bought shirts and coats,brought treats and fruit to many games,bought out the candy obligation,paid a deposit for uniform, acted as team mother for part of the year.We returned the uniform at the time and date set up, no deposit return,then we find out they had a banquet but at least two of the boys were not invited,the trophys we paid for $15 for have never showed up.I believe it was March before after evry excuse you could think of we finally got our deposit back……………So is this what we as parents and guardians want to teach our children?????Take the money and run!!!!!!!!!!!!!!These people are suppose to be adults setting an example for these youth….HA,HA,HA….I bought the trophys for a basketball team at Tukwilla C C in March of this year,they cost $7.00 a piece and that was no discount or deal for buying more.Who got took here…Not again.Good luck to those who sign up this year. Becky

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  5. Rainycity says:

    I can

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    • Rainycity says:

      Scrap that first post,,
      I can`t imagine ANY kid NOT getting invited to the year end banquet. EVER.
      That`s also supposed to be the awards ceremony and if you are talking about last season, seems to me I remember seeing trophies there and if there wasn`t well, I really hope that was a mistake by the trophy shop and not the teams coaches or whatever.
      It`s then damn poor cheerleaders that don`t get enough credit for what they endure
      in my opinion.

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