What a season 2011 was ups and downs but in the end the Bucks County Broncos have won 2 that's right 2 championships 1st the Independence Bowl with a 70-8 Victory over the the Delmarva Bayriders and 2nd The War Between The Walls classic in a 28-20 overtime Victory. 2011 was a great season and couldn't ask for a better bunch of men who gave it their all. This season was dedicated to head coach Duke Mitchell who has been fighting cancer.
Saturday the Bucks County Broncos defeated the Bayshore Brawlers in a tough game. The 1st quarter the game was scoreless late in the 2nd quarter the Broncos scored a Touchdown but missed the 2 point conversion making it 6-0 soon after the Brawlers scored making the score at the end of the 1st half 6-6. 1st play of the 2nd half the Brawlers threw an interception on the Broncos One a couple plays later the Brawlers sacked QB Darrick Legare for a safety making the score 8-6 Brawlers the rest of the 3rd quarter was a defensive battle in the 4th quarter the Broncos completely dominated the Brawlers scoring 3 Touchdowns and a total of 5 turnovers. It was a fun game we always enjoy playing against the Brawlers can't wait for the rematch in week 6. Next week we have the Breaker boys at home AKA Summit Hill Tigers remember these guys always give us a tough battle so we can't take them lightly.
Huge Announcement Broncos/GEFA fans the GEFA will be on pod casting Internet radio DJ Crazy Tom will be covering the league when the season starts. This is Huge for the Broncos and the GEFA. To find out more about the DJ Crazy Tom Show visit www.crazytom.libsyn.com or his facebook page www.facebook.com/crazytom
The Bucks County Broncos would like to welcome coach Richard Watson to the Broncos family. Coach Watson will be helping us with the RB's/DB's. Coach Watson has 25yrs football experience 16yrs as a coach, and 9yrs as a player. 1yr with the Olney Eagles, 6yrs. with the Northwest Giants, and 2yrs. with the Southampton Falcons, 1yr with the Summerdale Outlawz, and now owns his own fall minor league football team called the Philadelphia Hornets. Coach Watson has won 16-Championships!!! Coach Watson has been to a couple of our games and can't wait to start.
Yes the Bucks County Broncos are starting a Cheerleading/Dance team in 2011 for more info please go to the Broncos Cheerleaders page.
Saturday the Broncos traveled all the way to E-Town for a week 1 makeup game with the E-Town Mustangs a couple of weeks ago the Broncos completely dominated the Mustangs 52-14. This week the Broncos were shorthanded again and dominated the 1st half with a score of 34-6. The Mustangs came out the 2nd half with that will not quit attitude. in the end the Broncos won 50-40 great game by both teams and the mustangs showed a lot of heart. Next we got the Summit Hill Tigers at our house remember we
beat them in OT earlier in the season so this is not a team to take lightly a
divisional title and first round bye are on the line. Remember NO
MERCY. The Playoffs start now.
Saturday the stage was perfect 2 teams that do not like each other very much arch rivals. Earlier in the season the Broncos dominated the Brawlers 27-8 but the Brawlers got a very controversial forfeit victory over the Broncos. Saturday the Broncos were short handed with only 18 players. The 1st half the Broncos dominated with 4 defensive turnovers at the end of the half the Broncos lead 20-0. The 2nd half the Brawlers got some steam and scored a few times but the Broncos were just too far ahead in the end the Broncos won 32-23. This weekend we have a make up game with the E-Town Mustangs at E-town. You know the Mustangs are hungry for that 1st win and we can not take them lightly. We got to keep that fire we had in the 1st half against the Brawlers. Remember No Mercy.
After a heart breaking loss to the Maniax with 5 seconds to go and a 3 game losing streak, the Broncos were looking for revenge. Saturday night the Broncos showed absolutely no mercy to a very tough Mustangs team who did not give up at all. The Broncos dominated the entire game crushing The Mustangs 52-14. Next the Broncos have a rematch with their arch rivals the 3 time defending champs Bayshore Brawlers who the Broncos also dominated 27-8 but the Brawlers got a very controversial forfeit victory over the Broncos. You can guarantee the Broncos are looking for blood in this one.
Once again the Bucks County Broncos came through with a big victory defeating the 2-0 Summit hill Tigers 24-18 in an Overtime thriller. The game lived up to the hype of being chosen as the game of the week. The Summit Hill Tigers fought hard and lead through most of the 2nd half, but the Broncos made a 4th quarter comeback to send the game into OT. The Broncos won the toss and chose to defend 1st. The Broncos D prevailed ,and it took the Broncos only a couple of plays to get the winning TD. It was a fun and well fought game by both teams. Looking forward to seeing the classy Summit Hill Tigers in a week 10 rematch. Next we take on a tough Mount Joy Cyclones team at home Saturday 4/17/10 7:30 pm. Come out and support the Bucks County Broncos.
Jim Wick will be joining the Bucks County Broncos coaching staff in the 2010 season. Coach Wick has had a lot of experience in both playing and coaching football. Coach Wick played Qb for the West Chester University Golden Rams and was part of the 1988 National Championship Team. after his college football days coach Wick became a teacher. Coach Wick continued to play football at the Semi pro level playing QB for the Frankford Yellow Jackets later to become the Philadelphia Storm which became a championship team, the Philadelphia Bruisers another championship team, and started his own semi pro team called the Philadelphia Celts. Coach wick has coached the offense of various middle schools and has been the QB coach at Truman High school.