The Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School Pee Wee football team, consisting of fifth and sixth grade students, won the Lowndes Academy Jamboree Bowl by defeating the Hooper Academy Colts 7-0 in the first game, then defeating the Lowndes Academy Rebels 14-6 in the championship game. Coaches Pat McGinn, Matt Binns, John Wyatt, and Scott Godwin led the Knights in their first-ever youth football season. The Termite team, consisting of second through fourth grade students, also participated in the Lowndes Academy Jamboree and brought home the third place trophy for their age group. The Termite team was coached by Bruce Johnson.
After its inaugural season, the Pee Wee and Termite teams hope to build on the success of this year next season. The Termite team members were John McLennan, Dean Johnson, Grant Smith, Austin Cleghorn, Jason Flowers, Hollis Johnson, James Saliba, Chas Allen, Ethan Binns, Shawn Sponsler, Sean Moore, Will Driver, Dixon Peak, and Harrison Downes. The Pee Wee team members were Carson Binns, Luke Whetstone, Drew Smith, Cameron Huggins, William Furey, John Kitchens, Gabe Boles, Mathew Klinger, Donavahn Wyatt, Clint Williams, Daniel Reeves, Braxton Rogers, William Hooper, Mathew Taylor, Trey Wilkinson, Kamryn Jackson, Cary Dean, Thomas McLaughlin, Luke Craig, Carter Beesley, Evan Miles, Stevie Price, Dylon Godwin, Austin Vickery, Nicholas Brown, and Garrett McGinn.