MISSOURI CITY, Texas (KTRK) -- It was the final game of the season Sunday afternoon for the Broncos of the Fort Bend County Youth Football League's Junior Division.
The Broncos are unbeaten and have been near perfect this season -- holding their opponent to zero points.
"In this league, not giving up any point is a big deal," Club President Sean Conner said. "It doesn't happen a lot."
Each player -- still in elementary school -- have played together in the club's flag football program.
"It's awesome because we get to win games and be friends with everybody," Matthew Cosby said.
Quarterback CJ James got the chance to wear a gold necklace at practice.
"If you make a good play, interception or touchdown, you get to wear the chain," he said.
At the conclusion of their game against the Titans, the Broncos remained an unbeaten team.
"How hard have your worked for this?" ABC13's Deborah Wrigley asked.
"We worked really hard," DeVonte Taylor Jr. said. "Blood, sweat and tears. But it's been a fun time."
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