Flag Football 4 Fun hosted Super Bowl Saturday, when four teams were crowned as league champions: the U6 Falcons, the U8 Bears, the U10 Saints and the U12 Falcons. The next season of the flag football league will begin in September, which includes five age divisions: U6, U8, U10, U12 and U14. Registration for the league will take place until Sept. 8. For more information, go to www.FlagFootball4Fun.com.
Galactic Freeze and P.C. Heat and Air faced off this week for the championship in the seniors division of Palm Coast Little League. The two teams each had won a game in the best-of-three series. The final game was played Friday night. Check www.PalmCoastObserver.com for results.
It wasn't a normal football game: players were on the field with iPads, coaches were cracking jokes, and head coach Caesar Campana declined a holding penalty for the defense. It was Flagler Palm Coast's Green vs. White game Friday night, the tuneup before the Bulldogs host Bartram Trail 7 p.m. Friday, in the annual spring game.
The Matanzas football team was hard at work at practice Thursday. The Pirates will play their spring game 6 p.m. Friday, May 24, against Potters House and Cedar Creek Christian, at SOS Academy, in Jacksonville.
About 2,500 runners competed in the FL.ROC running obstacle challenge Saturday, May 11, in Western Flagler County. This was the third and biggest race put on by brothers Joe and Danny Matuszczak in Flagler County.
Flag Football 4 Fun hosted Championship Saturday, when three teams were crowned: the U8 Dolpins, the U10 Jets and the U12 Jets. The next season will begin April 6, which includes five age divisions: U6, U8, U10, U12 and U14. For more, go to www.FlagFootball4Fun.com.