History/Hall of Fame


The BCS has come along way since Fall 2008, when the league came together over one weekend, under the leadership of Jack Alexander, Keith & Patty McNamara, Jim Patterson, Mike Aubrey and Jeff Nicosia. The initial games were played at Mira Costa High School – and parents refereed the first few games!

Our growth has been exciting, with over 9,255 participants (as of Spring 2017) playing in the league since our inception.  We continue to operate as a volunteer-managed, non-profit organization serving the beach cities of Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, El Segundo, Torrance, and Palos Verdes, though players and teams can come from anywhere.  The impact of the BCS is starting to appear at Mira Costa, Redondo Union and other area high schools as well as some college programs, with many of our past players taking leadership roles, including the 2016 starting QBs of Mira Costa and Redondo Union High Schools, as well as current UCLA QB Josh Rosen.

In the Spring of 2013, we created a Hall of Fame, selecting players who have have displayed outstanding skill and sportsmanship, and a commitment to their BCS Teammates and the league. We take coaches input on this award, but we like to see kids who have played close to 10 seasons and have played in a Super Bowl or two.

We’ve also created the Lombardi Iron Man Award , giving to the highly-committed players who have taken the field for EVERY season available to them from age 6 to 12 (14 seasons), and who are “aging out” of the league this season.

In 2016, we added the Outstanding Alumni Award, given to a BCS Player who distinguished themselves beyond the BCS playing field.


2017 Hall of Fame Inductees

Max Barnett, Robby Bennett, Matthew Cebula, Joseph Dean, Kaiden Hoelscher, Harrison Keller, Casey Pavlick, Tyler Stickney Tafton Thompson, Jack Walter, Connor Whalen

2017 Outstanding Alumni Award

Mason O’Hanlon

Mason played many seasons in the BCS, winning SIX Super Bowls and was elected to the BCS Hall of Fame as part of our inaugural class in 2012. Mason attended Loyola High School where he was a two time 1st Team All Mission League selection in lacrosse. In 2016, Mason led the Cubs to their first ever Southern Section Lacrosse Championship while being named Offensive Player of the Game in the championship final. This year, Mason helped Loyola repeat as Southern Section Champions as a Team Captain. In addition to his accomplishments on the field, Mason is a volunteer assistant coach for South Bay Lacrosse Club where he works with the youngest players in the league (ages 5-9), including several current BCS players. Mason will attend and play lacrosse at Babson College. Presenting the award is his former coach, John Weaver, who won more Super Bowls (with the same team) then any coach in league history.

2016 Hall of Fame Inductees


R to L: BCS President Jay Scully, Robert Love, Sam Whitney, Zane Thormodsgaard, Hunter Jepson, Sean Laufenburg. Not shown: Austin Calza, Alex Cortez, Ethan Grady, Dylan Pitts, Kalani Rusher, Patrick Sodl

2016 Outstanding Alumni Award

Alexa Underwood

Alexa played multiple seasons until she aged out (rare for a female), and then went on to incredible success at Mira Costa High School, where she was named All-CIF Southern Section Division 1 and Daily Breeze Co-Player of the Year in Volleyball (among other honors). She will be attending and playing Volleyball at Princeton next year.  Alexa is shown with current BCS President Jay Scully, former BCS President and League Founder Jack Alexander, and a trophy that truly looked MUCH larger online.

2015 Hall of Fame Inductees

_MG_4200Tyler Telleson, Drew Wison, Bronson Garel, Ethan Szuchan, Charlie Fuller, Alec Word, Garrett Mercer, Jack Donahue, Nate Donlevy, Alec Bailey, Jack Bloodgood, Calvin Bream, Evan Coons, Luke Weaver, James Istock, Luke Streader, Sam Geller, Cayman Mathis, Lance Burgma, Grant Burgma, Aidan Reesing, Luca Tomaro, Jackson Palmer, Cole Tanquary, Jack Walmer, Davis Warren, Jack Austin, Anthony Lucenti, Marshal Frodge, Shaun Gold, Kian Towfighi, Marcus Robinson, Nicholas Garcia, Bailey Snyder, Vincent Reyes, Matthew Lindley, Tre Coe, Peter Costelli, John Lohuis (many not pictured).

2015 Iron Man Award – all 14 seasons since start of league

Aidan Reesing

2014 Hall of Fame Class


Left to Right: Koda Thormodsgaard, Alex Kulin, Emmett Powell, Tyler Antrobius, BCS President Jeff Streader, Charlie Rumpp (Iron Man), Colton Flake, Cole Heroux (Iron Man and HOF) Missing: Alex Blake, Nick Darrow, Troy Dillion, Nick Carpino, Scott Kase, Aidan Goldfield, Chase Goodlin, Jack Gebele, Matt Harry, Anthony Lucenti, Reed Vabrey.

2015 Iron Man Award – all 12 seasons since start of league

Charlie Rumpp & Cole Heroux

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Inaugural Hall of Fame Class – players from 2012 and earlier
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Season 1 – Fall 2008

Players: 235

Teams: 17

Divisions: 3

Champs:  D2 Black Panthers, D3 Mustangs, D4 Gators


Season 2 – Spring 2009

Players: 356

Teams: 22

Divisions: 3

Champs: D2 Spartans/Chargers (Tie), D3 Seahawks, D4 Gators


Season 3 – Fall 2009

Players: 365

Teams: 26

Divisions: 4

Champs: D2 Redskins, D3 Fighting Lions, D4 Bulldogs, D4G Sharks


Season 4 – Spring 2010

Players: 501

Teams: 36

Divisions: 4

Champs: D1 Rams, D2 Mustangs, D3 Fighting Lions, D4 Trojans


Season 5 – Fall 2010

Players: 506

Teams: 36

Divisions: 6

Champs: D1 Redskins, D2 Mustangs, D3 Red Raiders, D4 Smashing Pumpkins, D3G Bengals, D4G Saints


Season 6 – Spring 2011

Players: 619

Teams: 44

Divisions: 6

Champs: D1 Chargers, D2 Patriots, D3 Red Raiders, D3G Spartans, D4 Bulldogs, D4G Vikings


Season 7 – Fall 2011

Players: 608

Teams: 45

Divisions: 5

Champs: D1 Mustangs, D2 Patriots, D3 Trojans, D4 Blackhawks, D4G Eagles


Season 8 – Spring 2012

Players: 725

Teams: 53

Divisions: 8

Champs: D1 Mustangs, D2 Red Raiders, D2G Trojans, D3 Broncos, D3G Smashing Pumpkins, D4 Rams, D4G Mighty Lions


Season 9 – Fall 2012

Players: 708

Teams: 59

Divisions: 8

Champs: D6 Rams, D7 Rams, D8 Blackhawks, D9 Cowboys, D10 Bulldogs, D11 Trojans, D12 Longhorns


Season 10 – Spring 2013

Players: 709

Teams: 56

Divisions: 8

Champs: D6 Chargers, D7 Ducks, D8 Falcons, D9 Nighthawks, D10 Mustangs, D11 Trojans, D12 Patriots


Season 11- Fall 2013

Players: 653

Teams: 51

Divisions: 8

Champs: D6 Trojans, D7 Rams, D8 Ducks, D9 Bears, D10 Ducks, D11 Trojans, D12 Falcons


Season 12 – Spring 2014

Players: 592

Teams: 48

Divisions: 6

Champs: D6 Spartans, D7 Rams, D8 Trojans, D10U Bombers, D12U Falcons, D13 Riptide


Season 13 – Fall 2014

Players: 562

Teams: 45

Divisions: 8

Champs: D6 Rams, D7 Trojans, D8 49ers, D9 Trojans, D10 Bears, D11 Pumpkins, D12 Seahawks


Season 14 – Spring 2015

Players: 469

Teams: 37

Divisions: 8

Champs: D6 Rams, D7 Hokies, D8 49ers, D9 Trojans, D10 Bears, D11 Horned Frogs, D12 Trojans


Season 15 – Fall 2015

Players: 455

Teams: 35

Divisions: 7

Champs: D6 Mad Dogs, D7 Rams, D8 Trojans, D9 Rams, D10 Trojans, D11 Bears, D12 Rams


Season 16 – Spring 2016

Players: 350

Teams: 28

Divisions: 5

Champs: D7U Raiders, D9U Bull Sharks, D10 Seahawks, D12 Chargers


Season 17 – Fall 2016

Players: 479

Teams: 36

Divisions: 7

Champs: D6 Seahawks, D8 Beach City Devils, D9 Trojans, D10 Rams, D11 Ducks and D12 Bears


Season 18 – Spring 2017

Players: 380

Teams: 31

Divisions: 5

Champs: D7U Tigers, D9U Jets, D10U Warriors, D12U Outlaws


Coaches Hall of Fame

Since players often change teams, you’ve got to give it up for our most successful Coaches, and their “rings”.  The following coaches have won at least three Super Bowl titles.

Chris Robinson/Bob Gold – Trojans (7)

John Weaver – Mustangs (6)

Tim Flynn – Ducks/Rams (6)

Jim DeSisto – Rams/Rams (6)

Ken Stickney – Bears/Trojans (5)

Jim Patton/Ken Raguse – Rams (5)

Chris Chapin/Matt Leinart (5)

Rich Janson/Andre Johnson – Trojans (4)

John Baumer/Jeff Warren – Eagles/Ducks (4)

Mike Darrow/George Kase – Red Raiders (3)

Rob Lucenti/Brian Regan – Fighting Lions/Ducks (3)

Jeff Reesing/Bill Streeter – Panthers/Patriots (3)

John Kresich/Tom Polich – Smashing Pumpkins (3)


League Presidents

2017/2018 – John Forbes

2016/2017 – Jay Scully

2015/2016 – Tim Flynn

2014/2015 – Rich Janson

2013/2014 – Jim Patton

2012/2013 – Jeff Streader

2011/2012 – Brad Woomer

2010/2011 – Rich Whitney

2009/2010 – Jeff Nicosia

2008/2009 – Jack Alexander


Here are all the team names since 2008. Some pretty creative ones!