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Players of the Game

Oct 14 - Feb 18

Melissa S

99 Problems

savage receiving skills all game long

Ryan W

Alcoholics Anonymous

now that's how you pressure a quarterback

COURTNEY S

Roustabouts

kept the chains moving on offense

James C

Alcoholics Anonymous

bum ankle not slowing him down today!

Michael S

Safely Blitzed

Something to tell his grandchildren

Samantha S

Safely Blitzed

all over the field making big time catches all game long!

Holly G

Alcoholics Anonymous

Big plays

Matt P

Blood Sweat & Beers

Fightin through the struggle

Micah M

Return of the Cuddle

sideways shuffle in fine form today

Players of the Week

Oct 14 - Feb 18

Micah Moran

Return of the Cuddle

Sunday was filled with close games and amazing match ups. Many of the games were defensive contests, but the night cap was an offensive explosion. In the showdown between Roustabouts and Return of the Cuddle, it was the team formerly known as Cuddle Closet pulling the upset over the defending champs, 60-52. Micah Moran's performance stood out on the path too victory, and not only earned Player of the Game honors, but also Player of the Week!

Indy Team Steps Up

Indy #FF2

Indy teams are critical to the success of our leagues. Indy team players often end up forming long-term teams that become contenders in many of our sports. Indy #2 is representing our individual players in this season's men's league. We couldn't pick just one, but there were several players from Indy #2 who stepped up this week on short notice. They played their scheduled game, then subbed in for a few other teams in the next game, and then regrouped for their second game of the day. Thank you to our Indy players for putting in the effort and showing off what Underdog spirit is all about.

Carol Kim

Carol goes 6-for-6

During a busy week one of the winter flag football, we had a lot of teams helping each other out to fill rosters. Carol Kim, one of our most dedicated players, played her team's game at 12. Due to the demand for subs, she stuck around for a few hours and helped out other teams. Just like that, it was the 5 p.m. kickoff and she jumped in for her SIXTH game of the day!

Neal Tilbury - PoTW

Palouse Moose

We're not going to congratulate the ball for being tipped or bounced one way or the other, we're going to recognize Neal for his ability to be in the right place at the right time. Making yourself available to receive the football is key to this game and if you need lessons, you should talk to this guy. Great job Neal and congrats on a good season

Jason Severson

Roustabouts PoTG

Those Roustabouts are setting up shop at the top of the bracket with another offensively efficient offensive output this past week. Jason uses his high flag football IQ to slice and dice defenses. Rain or shine, the Roustabouts are ready to go and they were firing on all cylinders this Sunday. Great job Roustabouts and congrats to Jason for Player of the week! Thanks for the great attitude and a competitive nature that stays positive!

Preston Miller

Cromartie's Kids PoTG

Despite being denied a stat padding touchdown or two due to penalty, Preston showed flashes of brilliance on the field with both speed and decisiveness. Preston also has displayed great sportsmanship this season helping out other teams and keeping the mood positive. Thanks Preston, you are a true Underdog athlete

Jerimiah Medina

Roustabouts

A standout high school wide receiver with a rumored Pete Carroll offered full ride to USC back in the day on his resume, Jerimiah has been an offensive star for team Roustabouts over the past several years at Lewis & Clark on Sundays. Today was Jerimiah's turn to switch gears and show his true passion lies on the other side of the ball...defense is what makes him truly tick. A knack for the ball and deceptively quick closing speed put him in the right spot at the right time, allowing him to pick off multiple passes and stop potential scoring drives by team Udder Nonsense. His all around game led his team to a 54-20 victory and tie for first place in this highly competitive Co-ed season at Lewis & Clark.

James Cook

Pick Six

In a highly competitive game against Random Strangers on a chilly afternoon at Lewis & Clark, James made his presence felt and then some with a Zach Ertz like performance helping his team move the chains all game long. A big target to say the least, James showed off his soft hands and route tree precision against a stout defense determined to shut down the many speed burners Pick Six has on its roster. His ability to convert third downs when needed the most was noted by everyone in attendance, helping his team secure a 52-40 victory & keeping them within striking distance of the top spot in the Men's division this season.

Ashleigh Hurd

Swear to drunk I'm not god POTW

Swear to drunk, Ashleigh may be a deity. Making contested catches, throwing the ball for miles, tough defense and a great attitude to top it all off! Ashleigh truly embodies what Underdog is all about. You might not know where she'll line up on the field, but you've absolutely got to keep an eye on her whenever she's on the field. Great job Ashleigh, you are a top Underdog!

Courtney Severson

Roustabouts PoTW

Courtney caught absolutely everything coming her way this week. If someone had a cold, she might have picked that up too. We checked the gloves...there was no stickum. Nice going Courtney and keep it up!

 

Spring Co-ed Flag Football at Lewis and Clark Sundays

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  • Sport: Flag Football
  • Format: Co-ed 8's (5 men and 3 women) - Rosters Up to 14 Players
  • Locations: Lewis and Clark College
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, March 24
 

Spring Gentlemen's Flag Football at Lewis and Clark Sundays

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  • Sport: Flag Football
  • Format: 7 on 7 Non-Contact - Rosters Up to 12 Players
  • Locations: Lewis and Clark College
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, March 24
 
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