State of Mexico Crowned Champion in NFL Flag Tochito 2024 National Tournament

In an exciting final played at the Kukulcán Sports Complex in Mérida, the representative team of the State of Mexico was proclaimed champion in the U-16 women’s category of the NFL Flag Tochito 2024 National Tournament, organized by the Denver Broncos Foundation and NFL Mexico.

With a final score of 32-19 in their favor over the Chihuahua team, the players from the State of Mexico demonstrated their skill and determination on the field.

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The Most Valuable Player (MVP) award went to Aranza Juárez Carmona, whose exceptional performance was instrumental in her team’s victory in the final.

Her ability in both phases of the game, both on offense and defense, highlighted her as a key figure in the tournament.

Jalisco clinched third place by defeating Morelos’ team 38-26 in a thrilling encounter that kept spectators on the edge of their seats.

Broncos legend Manuel Padilla was one of the special guests of the tournament, providing his support and encouragement to the participating teams.

In addition, Denver cheerleaders were present during the competition, interacting with players and fans, signing autographs, and contributing to the festive atmosphere.

The 28 women’s teams participating in the tournament proudly wore the representative colors of the Broncos, in a gesture of unity and camaraderie that characterizes this sport.

As part of their awards, the champion team from the State of Mexico will have the privilege of traveling to Denver this year to witness an NFL regular-season game, strengthening the ties between the flag tochito community and the professional football league.

NFL Mexico, in collaboration with the different teams in the league, will continue to promote physical activity through this sport, promoting values such as teamwork, respect, gender equality, tolerance, and healthy coexistence.

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