In a league where the championship wasn’t decided until the eighth and final game of the season, pitting the top two teams in the league based on their performance in the first seven, Coach John Beattie’s boys (the "Bricks", a play on BRYC) put on a show, scoring seven goals to loudly proclaim their right to the title. Over the course of the season the boys learned to play as a team and play for each other this season and their coaches couldn’t be prouder of their achievment.
Coming into the match with a record of 6-1-0, scoring an average of over five goals a game while allowing just one, the boys still had something to prove against the Springfield team that had handed them their only loss of the season in week four, a tight 2-1 contest in which BRYC played without subs and great defenses prevailed for both teams but BRYC came up a goal short. In the championship re-match BRYC gave up four goals, fully half as many as they had in the entire season to that point, but the offense was running on eight cylinders, scoring seven goals for the second time in the season. Congratulations to Coach Beattie, Asst. Coach (and BRYC Commissioner David Knight) and their squad of 14 boys for a championship well earned.