The Titans extended the longest dynasty since the Denny Mason Bills ruled the league for seven years in the late 1980s and ‘90s, winning a fourth straight JFK Football League championship on Sunday at the ADPRO Sports Training Center at One Bills Drive.
Bobby Wesolek passed for three touchdowns, including a 45-yarder to Derrick McGee, to lead the Titans to a 20-3 victory over the Raiders. The Titans have defeated the Raiders for all four of their championships. Tyrell Bolden and Tony Johnson had the other touchdown receptions for the Titans. Former Canisius College kicker Jason Bakowski kicked a 43-yard field goal for the Raiders’ only points.
The JFK League, founded in 1963, claims to be the oldest touch football league in the nation.