Submitted by Jeff Koehn on Mon, 10/22/2012 - 2:00am
The Cape Storms ended the regular season in high fashion by sweeping through the Naples Bears in all four competitive divisions. Because of the victories, Cape Youth's Thunder, Tornadoes, and Hurricanes will head to the Division 2 Peace River Conference Playoffs which begin next weekend.
Submitted by CapeCoral.com on Thu, 10/18/2012 - 10:15pm
The Cape Youth Pop Warner Football League will play in their final regular season game of the 2012 season this Saturday at the Storms Complex.
The Storms currently sit in third place in the overall Peace River Conference Division 2 standings. This weekend Storm teams from the Pee Wee, Junior Midget, and Midget levels are all still in the playoff hunt. Their opponents for the final weekend are the Naples Bears.
The Cape Hurricanes look to complete their undefeated regular season against the Bears and control their own playoff destiny.
Submitted by CapeCoral.com on Fri, 10/12/2012 - 2:00am
As the 2012 Pop Warner football season heads down the final stretch, both the Cape Storms and Cape Junior football leagues are right in the thick of things.
With three weeks left in their regular season, the Cape Junior Sharks and Dolphins both remain undefeated and either lead or share the lead of their respective divisions. Cape Junior currently ranks third in the overall standings just behind Riverdale and Fort Myers.
Submitted by CapeCoral.com on Fri, 10/05/2012 - 1:55am
As the final month of Pop Warner season begins, both the Cape Storms and Cape Junior travel out of town to take on their opponents.
Coming off a bye week, the Cape Storms travel to Englewood to battle against the Cats. Currently, the Storms sit in third place (14-6) behind North Fort Myers (16-4) and Charlotte (15-1)in the overall Division Two Peace River Conference standings.
This weekend will be the final road trip of the regular season for the Storms as they come home to finish out the season the next two weeks.
Submitted by CapeCoral.com on Fri, 09/28/2012 - 1:55am
As Pop Warner football closes out the month of September this weekend, both Cape Coral football leagues are battling for the best overall records in their respective divisions.
Currently, Cape Junior sits atop the Division I overall standings with an impressive 16-4 record. Leading the way for Cape Junior are the Jr. Midget Sharks and Midget Dolphins both yet to have been defeated this season.
Submitted by CapeCoral.com on Fri, 09/21/2012 - 1:55am
Both Cape Coral Pop Warner leagues head into the fifth week of the season in the thick of the race for Peace River Conference Supremecy.
After week four, Cape Junior sits only two games behind the Fort Myers Firecats at the top of the overall standings. The Cape Junior Midget, Junior Midget, and Junior Pee Wee teams are all either tied or alone at the top of their respective standings.
Submitted by Jeff Koehn on Mon, 09/17/2012 - 2:00am
This week's featured Pop Warner photo galleries include; Cape Junior Barracudas vs. North Port and Cape Junior Marlins vs. North Port.
In the first game, the Barracudas came up short in an exciting game that went to double overtime before determining a winner. In the end, North Port was able to squeak out a victory by scoring in the second overtime and keeping the Barracudas out of the end zone to take home the 26-19 win.
In the second game, North Port's offense proved to be too much for the Marlins as the North Port Pee Wee team came away with a 35-0 victory.
Submitted by CapeCoral.com on Fri, 09/14/2012 - 1:55am
Both Cape Coral Pop Warner football leagues are scheduled for action this weekend.
This weekend, Cape Junior returns home where they will face North Port. The Cape Storms are on the road this weekend traveling to Sarasota to take on the Suncoast Buccaneers.
Going into week four of the 2012 season, the Cape Storms are currently in third place in the Peace River Division Two overall standings at 8-4. Cape Junior currently sits atop the Peace River Division One standings with Fort Myers. Both leagues have an 11-1 record going into week four.