Jr. Midget Dolphins claim share of title

October 31, 2002

The Huntington Beach Dolphins earned a share of the 2002 Jr.

Midget Division AFL Atlantic Conference regular season championship

last Saturday by defeating the Irvine Chargers, 26-8, in a Jr.

All-American Football contest.

The Jr. Midget Dolphins finished conference play with a record of

4-0-1 and shared the title with the Baldwin Hills Bruins, also 4-0-1.

Huntington Beach will take an overall record of 7-0-1 into the


postseason playoffs, which begin Saturday.

In other games:

Jr. Pee Wee Division

Inglewood 18, Huntington Beach 0

Despite the shutout loss, the Dolphins (3-1, 5-3) finished second

during the regular season in the AFL Central Conference standings and

advance to a first-round playoff game Saturday.

Huntington Beach was coming off a 26-6 win over Irvine.

Future League

Huntington Beach 20, Corona 8

The victory allowed Huntington Beach to finish 3-2 in AFL Atlantic

Conference play and 5-3 overall. The Dolphins finished in second

place to the Inglewood Jets (5-0) and begin postseason play Saturday.

Jr. Clinic Division

Bellflower 31, Huntington Beach 14

The Dolphins ended the regular season at 2-5 overall and finished

in fifth place in the AFL Central standings at 1-4.

In other divisions:

Jr. Pee Wee Division

Huntington Beach captured second place in the AFL Central race

with a 3-1 record and will take an overall mark of 5-3 into a

first-round playoff game Saturday.

Jr. Clinic Division

Huntington Beach finished the regular season with a 2-5 record and

placed fifth in the AFL Central with a 1-4 record.

Clinic Division

Huntington Beach went 2-4 against AFL Atlantic Conference

competition during the regular season, good for fifth place, and

finished 2-5-1 overall.

Pee Wee Division

Huntington Beach went 3-5 overall and finished in a three-way tie

for third place in the AFL Pacific Conference with a 2-3 record.

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