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Intramural Flag Football Mid-Season Report

Sophomore Jake Sanders, of the Big Doinks, makes his way through the opposing teams offense during IM Flag Football earlier this season.
Sophomore Jake Sanders, of the Big Doinks, makes his way through the opposing teams offense during IM Flag Football earlier this season.

Intramural Flag Football is underway despite having a rough start to its season due to heavy rains leaving the soccer field unplayable. However, after two weeks of play, intramural participants have shown that football is worth the mud and sweat. 

Stand out teams emerged in the chilly October weather, providing some lunch time sports entertainment.  The D-Tag, in their second year as an intramural powerhouse, earned a big win over the Buckeye's last week, 68-21.  D-Tag, a well oiled machine by year two, moved up the field with ease, forcing Buckeyes to make hail mary attempts. Important win for D-Tag as they now tie with the Buskeyes 2-0 in the rankings.   Another team topping the charts is the Ballers, a team made up of varisty basketball players and athletic administration.  With a solid quaterback and good defense, the Ballers moved up to 4-0 this week after a forfiet from the Endzone Divas. 

Games to watch this week: 

Wednesday, October 31 at 12 pm on the soccer field

D-Tag vs Lakeland 

Watch the Intramural vets, D-Tag, face off against Lakeland, a team with a good recieving core and quaterback.