Under the direction of head coach Tommie Miller, the Trojans racked up a 25-0 record while outscoring opponents 701-46. A dominant team on both sides of the ball, Glen Este was able to shut out their opponents in 18 games this season.
The Trojans’ undefeated season a year ago was the first in Glen Este history and the team continued to build upon their legacy as second graders. Overall, this team has gone 40-0 through their first two seasons in the organization.
With such a strong record in the Clermont County area, Coach Miller, his fellow coaches and parents wanted to give their team the opportunity to compete at the highest level and as such registered the team to play in the Gatlinburg Thanksgiving Bowl during the holiday.
The Trojans faced teams from Ohio, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and Tennessee, in the 8 and under Central Division. When the dust settled in the Great Smoky Mountains, Glen Este had added a national championship to their résumé that already included a pair of conference and Super Bowl titles.
The team will be back as third graders looking to continue their success.