The title game pitted the Packers' top-ranked defense against a Chiefs team that was averaging more than 30 points per game.
The Chiefs scored the game's first touchdown for a 6-0 lead, but the Packers got their rushing game, led early by back Cody Pokorny, going and scored consecutive touchdowns to take the lead. The Packers converted the game's only point-after conversion (from the five-yard line) on a bootleg pass from Cade Smith to Jon Oatis following one of the scores to take a 13-6 lead.
After the Packers pulled to within, 13-12, Connor Aoki hit Smith with a scoring pass that turned out to be the clinching touchdown.
The Packers defense, which got strong performances from linebackers Nick Fuji and Mike Magula and rushing touchdowns from Jack Morrell and Austin Heberden, shut out both the Cardinals and Jets in two playoff games also played Friday. They ended the season with a league-best 11-2 record.
The Chiefs, who had reached the championship game by eliminating the Dolphins (Red Division champs) and Seahawks in two earlier playoff games, finished the year 9-4.
In the 1st/2nd grade division, the No. 2-seed Vikings, coached by Tim Rosenkranz, beat the top-seed Steelers, coached by Thomas Johansen, 40-6.
In the 3rd/4th grade division, top-seed UCLA, coached by Bill Furlong, topped a No. 7-seed Alabama team coached by Jon Harnisch, 27-6.
In the 7th/8th grade division, Coach Mark Fullbright's No. 3-seed Texas team got past top-seed Ohio St., coached by Brek Jacobsen, 13-7.
Friday Night Lights Flag Football is open to local youth kindergarten through eighth grade. The league is hosting a spring football clinic Feb. 5 at Marina. The clinic is run by Marina Coach George Pascoe and his staff. The cost is $40 per player. Registration information can be found at http://www.HBFNL.com.