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Players of the Game

Jan 27 - May 20



Big time player making big time plays

Michael W

L.O. Ballers

Lots of interceptions. Oodles of them.

Allyn T

Swear to drunk I'm not god

Playing QB most of the game, makin it happen

Matt P

Blood Sweat & Beers

Has the wheels

Thomas M

Alcoholics Anonymous

Clutch Tommy touchdown

5 Guys

Seth E


1st career touchdown reception (out of 3,747 games played)

Players of the Week

Jan 27 - May 20

Kendra Haines

Scott's Tots

Scott's Tots made the most of a few weeks off and came back fired up this week. In back-to-back games, the rookie team scored at will and posted two wins to cap off the regular season. Kendra Haines came up big in both of these games. As a reliable target throughout the day, she made big catches all over the field to propel her teams' offense.

Mariah Leeson

The Hated

The Hated proved why every player matters in Underdog. The Hated and Blood, Sweat and Beers faced off in the closest flag football game this week. When the dust--or rain this week--settled, The Hated won, 61-60. It took every team member doing his or her job on every play to win such a tight contest. Mariah Leeson was integral to this success, and her great work in a great game earns this week's honor.

Chris Gonzales

Alcoholics Anonymous

84 points in a game--need we say more. AA was on fire all game, in spite of the rain all game. No matter the receiver, Chris was able to pick his spots and drop the ball in wherever he wanted. It was an education in how to play quarterback in an Underdog league.


The exemplary example of what Underdog is all about.

Michael Wennerlind


The most highly anticipated game in the men's playoff bracket was the semifinal match between LOBallers and Random Strangers; two similar teams with different strengths that had had competitive games throughout the regular season. Once the game got started, LOBallers took over and used a stout defense to stymie the Random Strangers offense. It was Michael Wennerlind showing up big time at crucial moments to earn POTW honors after this crucial game.

Todd Thompson

An Original Play

Sometimes it's not always talent that earns acclaim, it's being an innovator. After hundreds of football games in a year, it seems like we've seen everything atleast once. Blood, Sweat, and Beers, however, did something we never saw before. With their opponents driving deep in their territory, BSB needed a stop; Todd Thompson jumped up and snagged the interception in the end zone. Instead of taking a knee or running it out, Todd lateraled the ball to his teammate; however, his teammate was a few yards ahead of him--still in the end zone. Illegal forward pass penalty in the end zone equals safety. The team still won, but it was rare opportunity to see something brand new in Underdog.

Aaron Stelly

That Huge Catch

Anyone who has played cheeseburglar--or whichever their cheeseburger-related team name is that given season--knows who Aaron is. He is the biggest talker, but in a positive way. There is no trash talk or complaining, it's all positive or funny. If that doesn't ring a bell, he's the guy who gets crazy sacks or makes huge catches almost every game. In a close win for cheeseburglar this week, they needed every big play to get the win over Balls and Dolls. It was Aaron's huge one-handed grab at the end of the game that sealed the deal for cheeseburglar.

Tre Moreland

One Week, Two Wins

It was a busy Sunday for Alcoholics Anonymous, known to most of us in the league as AA. They had two men's games and some of their players also had a co-ed game. Even if they were exhausted, they picked up the win in every game. In their men's league games, it was Tre Moreland making the difference. Particularly, his performance against LOBallers gave AA its second win of the day. He had a few big runs where he found a seam and turned a few yards into a few scores.

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.


Summer Co-ed Flag Football at Lewis and Clark Wednesdays

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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: Wednesday
  • Starts on : Starts on Wednesday, June 5
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