- They achieved their 12th and 8th championships, respectively.
- These achievements are the result of discipline, identity with the institution, determination and work in the field, led by the coaching staff and the unconditional support of family and fans.
The Sentinels Presidential Guards Corps teams in the Junior and Youth categories won the championship in the Spring 2016 season of the National Students’ American Football Organization (ONEFA).
After an outstanding performance in the season, the representative team of the Presidential Guards Corps in the intermediate category beat the Acatlán Pumas 13-10 in a game defined 17 seconds before the finish.
Sentinels used its reputation as the best defense in the tournament to achieve the goal it set last year, when it won the sub-championship.
This is the Sentinels’ 12th Championship in the Intermediate category.
The Youth team won the title this weekend by beating the Broncos from UNAM’s Prepa I 14-6 in the Grand Finale of the 2-B ONEFA Conference, bringing the number of its championships since 1987 to eight.
In addition to the championships in the Junior and Youth categories, the Women’s Flag Mayor and Puppies categories, the Sentinels qualified for the semifinal in the Spring Season 2016. They have consolidated their position as unbeaten leaders in the Mexico State American Football League (Fademac) and are heavy favorites to win the championship.
In the Women’s Flag Mayor category, the Sentinels are also one of the best offenses and defenses in the tournament.
Meanwhile, in the Babies category, where 5 to 8 year olds play in the ONEFA, the Sentinels ended up winning the championship for the sixth consecutive year.
These achievements are the result of discipline, identity with the institution, determination and work in the field, led by the coaching staff and the unconditional support of family and fans.
The Sentinels Organization of American Football of the Presidential Guards Corps was established on March 3, 1985, when its intermediate category team was invited by the ONEFA to participate in the league.
Since then, it has established itself as a pillar in the promotion and development of this sport, incorporating some of the student community ranging from 5 to 25 years of age, and providing them with an opportunity for integral development.
The organization currently has 16 teams in the following categories: Major, Intermediate, Junior, Children, Women’s Flag Major, Puppies, Babies and cheerleaders’ groups, created and directed with the aim of achieving the personal, academic and professional development of its members.