Week 4 Game HighlightsPosted September 30, 2014
Led by 3 interceptions by their defense, the 49ers beat Giants 2, 7-6. The only touchdown for the ‘9ers came on a pass from Nic Giampaglia to Ryan Falkenstern.
The 3 interceptions upped that 49ers total to 13 picks through 4 games. Anthony Allegrio has 6 of those interceptions.
The touchdown drive was started and ended by Kevin Travers. Travers picked off the Giants, which led to the touchdown. Kevin also caught the extra point from Giampaglia.
Vincent Molina, or “Flash” as he is known by his teammates brought a lot of pressure to the Giant quarterback. The pressure “Flash” brings is often what his coaches’ say causes the
The Bengals continued their season with contributions from all players on the roster. The defense continues to lead the way by limiting the opponents offense with all players contributing by rushing the quarterback, pulling flags and intercepting passes. The offense has been led by quarterbacks Dominick Damato and Josh Rochlin throwing to Dylan Downey, Michael Salerno and Nick Dell. The rushing attack has been led by Bryan Yates.
Also contributing in their first year of flag football are Brendan Morchian, Nicholas Hodson, Michael Del Grande and Dalton Kelly who have all contributed with touchdown catches and interceptions and continue to learn the game and contribute each week. many interceptions.
The Senior Giants 2 lost to the 49ers in a close game 7-6. The Giants 2 regular starting QB was out which caused Daniel Francis to have to step into the roll where he threw a TD pass to his brother, Matthew Francis, however the extra point to tie the game was wide to Joey Lucey. The Giants 2 are now 2 and 2 and face a tough challenge next week against the Bengals.
2014 Fall SchedulePosted August 12, 2014
The 2014 Fall NFL FLAG Football Schedule is now up on our website.
Simply click on SCHEDULE & STANDINGS on the left side of our home page. Then click on PEW WEE, JUNIOR or SENIOR and you will have a complete schedule.
Please refer to this for all games, times and field assignments.
Westwood Flag Football: Welcome
Westwood Flag Football - NFL FLAG Mission Statement
Welcome to the Westwood Flag Football - NFL FLAG
Our mission is very simple, we create an atmosphere where children and their families can get together on Saturday mornings to have FUN! The players experience the fundamentals of football with emphasis on skills such as running, throwing and catching a football. We also want to instill self confidence while at the same time learning sportsmanship and team work. The league attempts not to conflict with any other program and is played early Saturday mornings. Practice schedules are limited which allows players to participate in other sporting, academic or social events. We want the kids to be getting their exercise rather than to be playing video games. We also do not keep records or have a formal play-off system. The philosophy is to allow the players to attend their games, have a good time with their friends, teammates and family members. Our games are competitive but they are not the most important part of their weekends.
Westwood Flag Football has been successfully operating since 1998 and we want to continue to have a place where kids can remember that they had a great time playing flag football!