By Franklin Heinzmann
Flag Football Blue
- Buffalo Braves (5-1)
The Braves are in first place in the Blue division. The Braves are the best defensive team in the division. They have only given up 100 points across six. Chris Lonzi leads the team in TDs with four. Champions of the past 3 out of 4 sessions, the Braves are on pace to be the first seed in the playoffs.
- Pup N’ Suds (5-1)
Pup N’ Suds are in second off of a head-to-head tiebreaker with the Braves. Pup N’ Suds lost to the Braves by a score of 20-14 in an intense week seven showdown. Edward Harof and Dean Thompson are tied for the team lead in touchdowns with six. If Pup N’ Suds can keep up their winning ways, watch out for the week 11 matchup featuring Pup N’ Suds and the Braves. First place could be on the line.
- Eagles (4-3)
The team named after the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles currently sits in third. The team has scored a division high 221 points. Adam Houser and Matt Mohr are tied for the team high and division high for touchdowns with seven each. The Eagles just suffered a 19-18 loss against Pup N’ Suds, and are currently slated to face them if the playoffs were to start today.
- Hellagoods (3-3)
The only team to play six games so far is currently fourth in the Blue division. Rashad Fisher, known as simply Fish, and Noah Huard lead the team in TDs with four each. The team is playing Eagles coming off of their bye next week, and could jump into third. Hellagoods holds the final playoff spot and would have to play Braves in the first round.
- Mega Chargers (2-5)
Mega Chargers are currently on the outside looking in, but could take Hellagoods spot in the near future. Nedeljko Cvijetinovic leads the team in touchdowns with six. Mega Chargers is on a two-game losing streak and play Pup N’ Suds next week.
Flag Football Green
- Morning Wood (4-2)
Morning Wood is currently in the driver’s seat with seven weeks to go. Dave (no last name given) leads the team in TDs with six. Their recent victory was a 41-8 win over The Money Team. Morning Wood is slated to play The Process in next Monday’s only Green matchup.
- Team No Name (4-1)
The team with the most self-aware name in either division is currently in second. Team No Name has given up a total of 64 points in the 5 games they’ve played, which is good for first place in the divison. If they can beat Camprise and hope that Morning Wood loses on Monday to The Process, then Team No Name will be in first.
- Camprise (3-3)
The team that’s named after their QB, Michael Camprise, is in third. Jeffery Persutti leads all of Flag Football Green with 10 TDs. They have the highest flying offense in the division, scoring 219 total points. Their next game is against Team No Name, who they would face if they playoffs were to start today.
- The Process (3-2)
The Process sits in fourth, but they are far from out of it. With a win against Morning Wood on Monday, they enter the running for first place. Andrew Ruddock leads the team with four TDs. In their most recent game, they suffered a one- point loss to Camprise, but with the division lead in sight, players on The Process aren’t getting down.
- The Money Team (0-6)
In true Floyd Mayweather fashion, The Money Team hasn’t thrown any punches this session. Despite getting relegated from Flag Football Blue, the team has yet to win a single game. The team’s next game is The Process on Thursday.