Pack romps in local bowl

The Kingman Youth Football Packers claimed the 2003 Super Bowl city championship by defeating the Cowboys 29-7 on a cold and windy Saturday night.

Packers quarterback Toby Sullivan was named Most Valuable Player at the end of the game as the Packers finished the season undefeated at 7-0.

Sullivan scored the Packers first two touchdowns on runs of 54 and three yards.

Alex Semm added a conversion run on the first score, while Sullivan was stopped on the second.

The Pack led at the half, 13-0.

Andrew Kuehner scored on a one-yard run in the third period, and Sullivan completed a conversion pass to Kodey Dye for the extra point to make it 20-0.

In the fourth period, Devin Serrano tackled Justin Brown in the end zone for a safety and two points to make it 22-0.

The Cowboys got on the scoreboard with 2:30 remaining in the contest thanks to a 62-yard run by quarterback Genaro Herrera.

The Cowboys lined up for an extra point kick, but a bad snap was picked up by Herrera and run in for the conversion to make it 22-7.

Alex Semm completed the scoring by running the pigskin in from 53 yards away with 1:45 to go.

Nick Litzinger added the conversion run to account for the final score of 29-7.

Defensively, Colby Boydston made a number of tackles for the Cowboys and Christian Field was active for the Packers.

The Cowboys finish their season at 3-4, while the Raiders, the third of the three Kingman squads, was 0-6.

Kingman Youth Football consists of players ages nine, 10 and 11.