CARLISLE -- Players on the Central Penn Piranha will never forget winning a league title in 2011.
If they do, they now have huge championship rings to refresh their memories.
The Piranha, the champions of Major League Football with a 16-0 record, received their rings during a special banquet on Saturday in Cumberland County. The rings, engraved with each player's name and number, contain six large black stones, representing each of the franchise's six league titles.
The team also announced quarterback Mark Jarmon and free safety Mike Baldwin were the team's most valuable players. Jarmon threw for 1487 yards and 28 touchdowns; Baldwin made 22 solo tackles and returned three of his five interceptions for scores.
Nelly Donaldson and Otis Everett III shared defensive MVP honors; while Darryl Overton and Troy Ham were named offensive most valuable players.
The Piranha will join a new league -- the Elite Football Association -- in 2012.
The team also retired two jersey numbers -- coach/owner Ron Kerr's #67; and #75, worn by lineman Chris Stanley, who is retiring after 14 years of playing minor league football.