Center flag football champions crowned
Anna Maria Island Community Center Cornhole League
Champions – Team Harrison, Jim and Dee.
Waterfront Restaurant Dolphins - Adult co-ed Flag Football Champions
Waterfront restaurant Dolphins 65
Island Sun Bills 32
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Moss threw for 275 yards and eight touchdowns. Brent Moss had 176 yards receiving with four TDs, two extra-points and one two-point conversion. Jonathan Moss had 77 yards receiving with two TDs and an extra-point, eighteen yards rushing and also threw for one TD. Josh Rio had 46 yards receiving and two TDs, and Ben Kirby had 83 yards receiving with one TD and two interceptions with one a return for a TD for the NFC Division Dolphin’s Super Bowl win. Bills Quarterback Charles Buky threw for 316 yards and five touchdowns. Lindsey Weaver had 166 yards receiving and two TDs and an extra-point. Galen Brown had 94 yards receiving and two TDs. Scott Dell had 31 yards receiving and one TD, and Jessie Brisson had 47 yards receiving with one extra-point and a sack for the AFC Division Champion Bills.
Integrity Sound Falcons: 14–17-Year-olds Flag Football Champions
Integrity Sound Falcons 32
Walter & Associates Bears 13
Falcons quarterback Joey Carder completed 20 of 31 passing attempts and threw for four touchdowns. Joe Andruzzi caught seven passes with four TDs. Kyle Meggison caught nine passes with one extra-point and Justin Carder caught three passes with one extra-point in the Falcons Super Bowl win. Quarterback Seth Walter completed 16 of 33 passes and threw two touchdowns. Jack Walter caught six passes and had one TD. Joey Harris caught three passes and an extra-point for the Bears.
Holy Cow Cardinals: 11-13-Year-Olds Flag Football Champions
Holy Cow Cardinals 36
Lobstahs Buccaneers 12
Cardinals quarterback Joey Stewart completed 22 of 29 passes and threw four TDs and rushed for another TD. Trent Boring caught 7 passes with two TDs and one extra-point. Devon Jones caught 6 passes and had one TD, one extra-point and one two-point conversion. Tyler Pearson caught six passes with one TD and two extra-points in the Cardinals Super Bowl win. Quarterback Joe Rogers completed 17 of 26 passes and threw for two touchdowns. JP Russo had five catches with one TD and five rushes. Rutger Langley had one catch for a touchdown, and Trevor Meek had eight flag pulls on defense for the Buccaneers.
Coastal Orthopedic Bears: 8 –10-Year-Olds Flag Football Champions
Coastal Orthopedic Bears 20
Tyler’s Ice Cream Vikings 19
Bears quarterback Gavin Johnston completed a perfect 7 of 7 passes and threw two touchdowns. Jackson Hayes caught three passes with one for a TD, had seven rushes with one of 45 yards that tied the game with only five minutes left and had one interception and six flag pulls. Evan Christenson caught one pass for a TD, and Madelyn Rogers caught two passes both for extra-points including the game winning extra-point. Tuna McCracken had an interception on defense in the Bears Super Bowl win. Quarterback Nathan Costello completed 6 of his 10 passes and threw for two touchdowns. Noah Costello caught four passes with two TDs and also rushed for another TD. Zach Quinn caught two passes with an extra-point and also had an interception on defense for the Vikings.
Adult co-ed Flag Football AFC Championship Game Result
The Island Sun Bills 47
Tyler’s Ice Cream Vikings 25
Adult co-ed Flag Football NFC Championship Game Result
Waterfront restaurant Dolphins 27
Sato Real Estate Browns 20
Youth Flag Football Special Award Winners
Sportsmanship – Daniel Sentman
Defensive MVP – Tuna McCracken
Female MVP – Ava Zink
Offensive MVP – Jackson Hayes
Sportsmanship – Anni Walter
Defensive MVP – JP Russo
Female MVP – Hannah McCracken
Offensive MVP – Jake Ross
Sportsmanship – Andrew Zink
Defensive MVP – Joe Andruzzi
Female MVP – Carolyn Cullinan
Offensive MVP – Jack Shinn
Youth Flag Football All Star Teams
Home team: Ava Alderson, Silas Banyas, Ben Barreda, Tyler Brewer, Nathan Costello, Noah Costello, Daniel Fritz, Jack Grooves, Eli Heskin, Cole Pearson, Sean Rodriguez, Daniel Sentman and Coach Larry Pearson. Away team: Blake Balais, Jack Barnes, David Daigle, Dalton Guthrie, Jackson Hayes, Morgan Horesh, Nathan Hyman, Gavin Johnston, Tuna McCracken, Jacklyn Schlossberg, Gianna Sparks, Ava Zink and coach Darrin Horesh
Home team: Trent Boring, Dylan Doyle, Corey Jacques, Rutger Langley, Matthew Manger-Denigris, Trevor Meek, Tyler Pearson, Andrew Proctor, JP Russo, John Smith, Joey Stewart, Tori Walter and Coach Larry Pearson. Away team: Ben Connors, Ben Dalto, Michel Dattoli, Tyler Kolbe, Michael Latimer, Hannah McCracken, Brendan Murphy, Joseph Peery, Andrew Ross, Jake Ross, Leo Tilelli, Dylan Yost and coach Greg Ross.
Home team: Joe Andruzzi, Joey Carder, Justin Carder, Carolyn Cullinan, Madison Driscoll, Brad Duffman, Alex Gilman, Pearce Hogan, Chris Johnson, Kyle Meggison, Keegan Murphy, Cody Tsai and Coach Joe Carder. Away team: Danny Doyle, Joey Harris, Burke Hill, Austin Morrow, Hunter Parrish, Derek Polch, Jake Rodgers, Tony Sperduto, Zach Stewart, Jack Walter, Seth Walter, Andrew Zink and coach Ben Stewart.
Adult co-ed Kickball Try-Outs
April. 3, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., try-outs and team draft immediately following.
Youth co-ed Baseball Try-Outs
April. 5, Friday, 6 p.m., 5-7-year-olds, try-outs and team draft immediately following;
April. 5, Friday, 7 p.m., 8-11-year-olds, try-outs and team draft immediately following.
Youth co-ed Basketball Try-Outs
April. 2, Tuesday, 6 p.m., 5-7-year-olds, try-outs and team draft immediately following;
April. 2, Tuesday, 7 p.m.,11-13-year-olds, try-outs and team draft immediately following;
April. 2, Tuesday, 8 p.m., 14-17-year-olds. try-outs and team draft immediately following;
April. 3, Tuesday, 6 p.m., 8-10-year-olds, try-outs and team draft immediately following.