Southeast United football

The members of the Southeast United 10-and-under team celebrate after winning the Maryland Youth Football Association championship game to finish the season 11-0.

The Southeast United 10-and-under football team capped a nearly perfect season with a 7-0 victory over the Middle River Renegades Silver on Sunday in the Maryland Youth Football Association (MYFA) championship game.

Southeast United, based in Dundalk, finished the season with an 11-0 record and only allowed 12 points all season.

Julius Redd II was named the Offensive Player of the Game, while Kareem Rouse was named the Defensive Player of the game.

Scott Rossi is the team’s Most Valuable Player, and Joseph Littles earned the Heritage Award.

Southeast United cruised through the first two rounds of the playoffs, beating the Middle River Renegades White 35-6 and City Springs 37-0.

During the 8-0 regular season, Southeast United 10U outscored its opponents 221-6.

Two other Southeast United teams also reached the MYFA championship games in their respective age groups.

The Southeast United 8U team (5-3 during the regular season) defeated City Springs 19-6 and Middle River Renegades Silver 8-6 before falling to Parkville in the championship game, 14-0.

The Southeast United 12U squad (6-2 regular season) beat City Springs 2-0 and the Panthers 19-15 before falling to another local team in the championship game.

Gray Charles defeated Southeast United 7-6 in the 12U finals. Gray Charles also finished unbeaten (10-0) and outscored opponents 187-32 while going 8-0 in the regular season.

After a first-round bye, Gray Charles 12U defeated TSA Orange 28-0 in the semifinals.

The Gray Charles 10U team went 4-4 during the regular season and lost in the first round of the playoffs.

In the 8U division, Gray Charles went 6-1 during the regular season but was upset in the first round of the playoffs by Middle River Renegades Silver 6-0.

The Gray Charles 6U team, after a 3-4 regular season, won its first playoff game by 24-22 over the Wellington panthers before getting knocked out in the semifinals by the top-seeded and unbeaten MCSA Seminoles 27-0.

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