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K

9/9/2002 11:49am ET
woman looking for an 8 on 8 coed team in the washington, dc area. i play WR, S, and CB. played in all women's league 2 seasons in a row, got some decent skills...willing to work hard and play hard!
Damien Whitehead

8/28/2002 11:56am ET
I'm in North Carolina playing flag football for the first year and need some offensive and defensive plays that work, can some one please email me some. It would greatly be appreciated. You can email me the plays at bigdee65@hotmail.com
Paul

8/27/2002 1:24pm ET
I'm 27, Looking for any team, leagues, or organization looking for a versatile player. I'll play any position, I've played High school, and college level football. All I'm looking for is a chance to prove to a team that I can produce, and produce BIG for them
homey

8/23/2002 4:18pm ET
Need Flag football plays? Need a good Offense or a good defense? Having
trouble beating a zone defense? Having trouble beating any kind of defense?
Having trouble stopping any kind of offense?
Looking for something to turn your team around or take you over the top?
Want to tear up your league?
Just started a team and need help becoming a dominating team?
Go to www.flagfootballplays.com

Jonathan Grant
Homey
david moody

8/21/2002 6:49pm ET
im looking for a team in the nashville, columbia, franklin, tn. area that me and a couple friends can play on
Dan

8/20/2002 2:33pm ET
Middlesex County, NJ

Any one got any information on leagues within this area?
Jeff

8/19/2002 6:00pm ET
Sacramento area players:

Find a team, find players, find leagues:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sacramentoflagfootball/
Kim

8/15/2002 1:21pm ET
Hi I'm looking for a girls (12-14)league in Phila.
Kim

8/15/2002 1:20pm ET
Hi I'm looking for a ggirls leage in Phila.
Kim

8/15/2002 1:16pm ET
Hi I'm looking for a 12-14 league in Philly if you know of any email me
Thankx
Flag Football Magazine

8/14/2002 9:50am ET
Mexican Challenge-Team USA Flag Football Wins.

Mexico City, Mexico-,

August 2-3,2002

Mike’s team let Team USA know that this years Mexican Challenge wasn’t catering to the favorites. Team USA, which won the Mexican title on all five of its previous appearances in the tournament, lost a rare game to Mike’s 27-18 in the first game of round robin play. It was a shocking loss, but unsurprising to the American team who fell to Mike’s last year 12-0 before winning the tournament.
This year was no different, as Team USA coasted through round robin pool play and easily beat Chiapas 27-13 in the semi-final to get into the championship game.
Team USA was 1-1 in their three-team pool to advance to the playoff round, which included eight teams. The top two teams from each bracket advanced to the playoffs. In the American’s final match of pool play they beat Veracruz 32-6.The USA fought with Chiapas to get into the championship game. Both teams battled well offensively, but Chiapas dropped a clutch touchdown on fourth down to end a shootout and lose 27-13.Team USA never struggled in championship game against Mike’s, scoring on every possession to avenge a first round loss. Mike’s received the kickoff to start the game and marched to the 4-yard line, where tournament MVP Mark Nations intercepted a pass to give Team USA its first series. Quarterback Jim Zimolka tossed a perfect pass to Isias Heredia for a 60-yard touchdown and Paul Hoover tabbed the extra point to make it 7-0.Mike’s avoided costly mistakes on its next possession, finally scoring on a 10-yard pass. They missed the extra point and trailed 7-6.Team USA scored the next two touchdowns on a 20-yard pass to Arty Hazzard and a 40-yard strike to receiver Jim Wilson with just 36 seconds remaining in the first half. They missed the extra point on Hazard’s touchdown, but Angel Perez scored a 1-point conversion on the second to make it a 20-6 American lead. Mike’s missed a big opportunity after moving the ball down to the 15-yard line before the end of the half as they couldn’t find the end zone before time expired.
The Americans received the ball after halftime and didn’t take long to get their offense going again. Zimolka hit Heredia on a 60-yard toss to pad the lead at 26-6. USA missed an extra point try.Mike’s scored on a 20-yard touchdown pass in its next possession, but Zimolka connected with Hazzard again to seal the victory on a 15-yard touchdown pass that made it 32-12.
Team USA finished with four fourth down conversions in the contest.The Americans have just one game left on their World Cup promotional tour and have visited five countries this year. They finish the tour in Ukraine on Sept 12-17th
The World Cup is being held on Feb.in the Bahamas.
Aguilas Blancas easily won the women’s championship, shutting out Quertero 28-0 to claim the title. Aguilas Blancas defeated Chihuahua Amorado 8-6 in the quarterfinals; beat Aguilas Blancas B in the semifinals and before winning the championship game. Chihuahua Amorado battled to reach the title game, but could not handle a late comeback by Quertero.
Chihuahua Amorado led 12-7 with less than two minutes left but Quertero intercepted a pass on their 19-yard line. They scored on a 4-yard pass to Esperanza Alonso Arteaga with 36 seconds left to earn the victory.Chihuahua was represented by two teams at the tournament and drove nearly 19 hours to play, as well as San Cristobal Las Casas-Chiapas.
Team USA players exchanged World Cup promotional t-shirts with teams and Hats for Kisses with the women.The tournament was played at an army base and the Opening Ceremonies featured the base general as guest speaker.

Team USA Mens Roster
Sponsored by FlagMag.com

1, Jim Zimolka-Londonderry,NH
2. Jim Wilson-Londonderry,NH
3. Arty Hazzard-Derry,NH
4. Isiash Herida-Miami,FL
5. Paul Hoover-Miami,FL
6. Steve Wiggins-Boston,MA
7. Kyman Harris-San Fran,CA
8. Miquel Lizzarde-LA,CA
9. Mark Nations-Atlanta,GA
10. Angel Perez-Miami,FL
11. Nelson Castillo-Valencia,Venezuela


Photos and Results on

http://www.worldcupflagfootball.com/Mexico/MexicoMonterrey021.htm
Mike

8/14/2002 2:33am ET
I'm coaching a team here at Kunsan AB in South Korea, and need some play ideas...Offensive and defensive. We play 7-on-7, so, if anyone can help me develop an unstoppable offense and stone-wall defense, I would appreciate it...
Sean Reagan

8/12/2002 2:47am ET
I live in Colorado and am looking for any type of flag football league.
blake fairchild

8/10/2002 5:36pm ET
hi, im a 20 yr old guy that is looking for a flag football leauge or team in the virginia Loudoun County area. anybody need a player ?? i dont know too much about flag football but i did play 3 yrs of full contact football in high school, each year i started, and played various positions. so if anyone needs a enthusiastic and tireless player im the one. i play from the heart. thanks. b.f.
JAROD CROY

8/10/2002 12:00am ET
OKLAHOMA NEED FLAG FOOTBALL TEAM HELP
Michael Pease

8/9/2002 3:12pm ET
I am coaching a U-6 flag football team. I am a first year coach.I am looking for playes and a way to design them on the computer. I would appreciate any assistance. Thanks.
chip

8/2/2002 2:27pm ET
hey i am new to this everyone says i should, go for this since i am fast and can cath anyone have any ideas on what to do please email me at badchip23@hotmail.com, just really looking for something to get into

chip
Mary

7/21/2002 12:04pm ET
Can any one tell me the difference between 7on 7 and flag football?
Han

7/18/2002 9:54am ET
I'm going to found a school-Flag-Team in germany soon. We will play the 7vs7-System.
if you have advices, playbooks our anythink else that deals with Flag Football please contact me!!!

Thank you for ervery answer!!!

PS: Sorry for my bad english i work on it ;-)
Tim Moon Va. Beach Va.

7/15/2002 9:16pm ET
please help i'm a flag football coach for 8 man team my kids are from 4yrs to 10yrs old and i just cant get them to the championship playoffs i'v coached the team for 5yrs, is there any hope for my team? e-mail me at mandmtransport@msn.com
Stan

7/10/2002 10:32am ET
Dallas Metroplex Flag-football League is taking over. Check them out at MFL.i8.com
R.Mudd

7/10/2002 1:59am ET
I am interested in registering a team in the Pittsburgh, PA or surrounding areas. Please email with any information about local leagues.
Hector Tornell

7/9/2002 3:32pm ET
Hola I Have a team ei Cancun Mexico I´ll like to have some plays, in Mexico is very hard to find information and if some team like to play in Cancun that will be wonderfull
I´m work in the tourist busines and I can get a exellent price.

Gracias.
Adam

7/4/2002 9:48pm ET
I am looking for some stragey and plays for our 5-on-5 flag football team in FL. we wont the champoinship a few season ago and everyone is catching onto our plays, anyhelp would be great. trade plays, of just information. thanks
Kita

7/3/2002 8:16am ET
I'm looking for a women flag football or basketball league..Any suggestions?
bigdog

6/30/2002 9:16pm ET
BADBOYZ FOOTBALL OF NEW JERSEY IS LOOKING FOR A QB TO PLAY FLAG AND TOUCH FOOTBALL. WE ARE FINISHING UP OUR FLAG SEASON IN RAHWAY PARK, RAHWAY NJ AND WILL START PRACTICE IN AUGUST FOR OUR 9MAN TOUCH LEAGUE IN BLOOMFIELD NJ AT WATSEESING PARK. INTERESTED MALES 18-35 EMAIL ME. PS ALSO LOOKING FOR A CENTER WHO CAN SNAP SPIRALS IN SHOTGUN FORMATION.
robert

6/28/2002 9:52am ET
Very experienced LB/CB whos played on State Championship level teams in Florida,(ELVIS LIVES) relocated to Raleigh, NC...Looking for a team...Does anyone know of any teams or leagues in the Triangle Area..Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill?
Joe Eoff

6/26/2002 1:43am ET
Flag FootBall Fans here is some thing for you. get your fans Cap, T-Shirt etc. on discount from the link below.
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Flag Football Magazine

6/16/2002 1:12pm ET
Team USA Flag Football - Completes European Tour
A jubilant English team and a spiced up Spanish squad gave Team USA all it could handle as the Americans wrapped up their European Tour in June.

Team USA, who made the trip to promote the 2003 World Cup of Flag Football in the Caribbean in February, gave England and Spain a chance to tune-up prior to the World Cup with a few tournament appearances in each country.

A contingent of nine Americans started their tour at the England Challenge tournament in Derby, England, just north of the nation’s capitol city, London, on June 1 and 2.

Team USA strolled through a 5-man no contact tournament on June 1, finishing 6-0 after a comfortable 24-0 victory over Derby’s Dream Team in the finals.

Team USA’s Jim Zimolka picked apart a few stingy English defenses for a tournament-high 20 touchdown passes, en route to MVP honors.

The 9-man tournament was not as easy for the Americans, who waited through a two-hour delay as the pride of England’s native football program (soccer) took the pitch against Team Sweden in a World Cup pool play match in Saitama, Japan. England managed a 1-1 tie, and the flag football 9-man no contact, double-elimination tournament resumed play following the game.

Team USA battled its way into the championship game unscathed at 3-0 and was in a tight-knit fight for the tournament title until the last five minutes of the game.

Clinging to a 7-6 lead over Scotland (Stirling Clansmen), Team USA looked to teammate and Englishman Butch Ebo to provide the victory. Ebo responded by snatching a touchdown pass for the American team, who scored one more time to earn a 20-6 victory.

Butch, who is from England, played for Team USA in place of an injured player, and was the tournament’s MVP.

International Flag Football Federation (IFFF) president Jim Zimolka said he was pleased with the competition his USA team faced in England and the progress of the English squads. He also thanked his English hosts, who housed and transported them during their stay.

“The English took great of us … ” Zimolka said. “England has shown great improvement since the World Cup tournament (earlier this year) and several more are playing the sport as it is growing at a surprising pace. They now have the experience of the game which will make them a decent threat at this next year’s World Cup.”

After observing the Queen Elizabeth’s 50th-year jubilee festival, the American team departed for the Spanish Challenge in Madrid, Spain.

The Spanish proved to be an immediate threat to oust Team USA for the first time during the European Tour, but experience proved to be a valuable asset for the Americans.

Team USA opened the tournament against Team Tulenaur, considered Spain’s best flag football team. The rugged tackle football players-turned-flag pullers appeared to be the favorite with height and speed, and a strong-armed collegiate quarterback on their side.

But Team USA’s knowledge of the sport spoiled a victory by the native team, as they easily beat Tulenaur 38-12. The Americans escaped pool play at 4-0 and in the first round of the playoffs shutout the Old Stars 38-0 to proceed to the championship game.

A savvier Team Tulenaur awaited a rematch with the USA in the title game, but their inexperience was still too much to overcome as they lost 38-19.

Team USA’s Jim Wilson, who scored four touchdowns in the championship game and 10 throughout the tournament, was selected the tournament MVP. Arty Hazard’s defensive presence was also felt, as he was awarded defensive MVP for his five interceptions.

“I was impressed with the talent in Spain,” Zimolka said. “The talent here is much better than we expected. With a little more experience Spain will be a strong contender at the World Cup.”

Zimolka said that although they were in Europe to inform and instruct squads in England and Spain in preparation for the 2003 World Cup, the teams he saw were well versed and ready for international competition. About 16 to 20 international teams will compete at the World Cup and experience provided on the European Tour should give some teams an edge in February.

The World Cup-style 9-man competition will feature three ineligible linemen, which should help make it easier for international squads to adjust to the competition.

Zimolka added that competition in Madrid was only a small portion of what Spain has to offer.

“Talent in Spain was good,” Zimolka said. “The better talent is in Barcelona, we were in Madrid.”

The Americans were treated to a party atmosphere at both sites during the trip, and despite a few scares on the left side of the road in England, parties and fairs in England and Spain provided a relaxing relief between competitions.

Photos on
Flag Football Magazine
www.FlagMag.com

Team USA FLag Football Roster
1.Steve Wiggin-Marshfield, MA- OL/DL
2. John Wiggin-Marshfield, MA-QB/TE
3. Kevin Kurek-Cleveland, OH-DL/RB
4. Joe Adamson-Napa CA-WR/DB
5. Jim Wilson-Londonderry, NH-WR/DB
7. Brandy Mariani -Manchster,NH-WR/DB
8. Arty Hazard-Derry, NH-WR/DB
9. Jim Zimolka-Londonderry,NH-QB/RB

Team USA/FlagMag will travel to

July 13/14th-
Montreal Canada

Aug 2/3rd
Monterrey,Mexico

Sept 1-4th
Vinista,Ukraine

FlagMag/USA will take a Men's and a Women's team to this tournament.
If you would like to play for this team please contact

Flag Football Magazine's President
Jim Zimolka
603-437-0108
JimZimolka@FlagFootballplayer.com
www.FlagMag.com
Lynn WEIRDWOLF Schmidt

6/13/2002 4:55pm ET
Dear Flag Footballers,

I just wanted to let everybody know about a statistics software program, which might be useful to your flag football league. This program was originally developed for one of our clients to provide them with a way to keep track of league stats for an electric football league. Upon completing our development we realized that this program could be beneficial for a number of different football leagues such as college, semi-pro teams and flag football leagues such as yourself.
If your league or team would like the ability to track player, team, division, conference and league stats I would encourage you to review our sample site at www.systen.com/efl under the stats link.
Our software has the ability to track all personal and team stats as well as individual game stats and results and is extremely easy to use while providing automatic updating of all year to date stats. Our stats program is also very economical and can be customized to fit your league.
If you like what you see, please send me an e-mail. I will e-mail you a password and take you on a personal online tour of the backend operation of our stats program.

Lynn D. Schmidt
Systen, L.L.C.
9875 Widmer Road
Lenexa, Kansas 66215
(913) 492-6024
e-mail: lschmidt@systen.com

Home site: www.systen.com
Statistics site: www.systen.com/efl
Football Fan site: www.footballsfans.com
Electric Football site: www.gpefl.com

Javier Jenkins

6/11/2002 10:51am ET
I am looking for a flag football league that my 17 year old son can play in. He has played football for 10 years. His current high school does not carry a football team. If you know of a league in the metro Atlanta area please contact me at:jjenki7@bellsouth.net
Thanks!
Javier Jenkins

6/11/2002 10:48am ET
My son will be 17 in August. He has played football for 10 years. We are currently searching for a flag football league in the metro Atlanta area. If anyone knows of a league please contact us at: jjenki7@bellsouth.net. Thanks!
CEN-CEE

5/30/2002 11:42pm ET
I LIKE THE SITE
Herb Sayas

5/30/2002 1:37am ET
Leagues...leagues...my kingdom for a league...me and a few other guys are looking for a league/team to join up on in the DC/Baltimore/Va area...Help us!
Jay

5/27/2002 3:12pm ET
hey,

I was looking to start my own flag football team, or join one. I was wondering if any one had any info on this. If you do please e-mail me fast.


Thanks
Jay
Jay Higgins

5/26/2002 8:02pm ET
Hey,
Im looking for a 12 year old male or co- ed team in the New England/Boston area if you have any info on this please, please e-mail me. Please. I have plenty of exerience and will play any where, i dont care. have a good arm, good hand, prity good speed, and not, afrade to risk life and lim to score or to catch a ball.

Thanks
Jay
Jay H.

5/26/2002 7:37pm ET
Hey everyone. Im lookin for a team in New England area. if anyone has any info on this please e-mail me. I am 12 and a male.

Thanks
Jay
Gwenn Parikh

5/10/2002 5:22pm ET
Can anyone provide information for a company looking to join a co-ed league in the Fort Worth, Texas area?
Pedroke

5/8/2002 2:22pm ET
Hey,

I'am making a site of the WK2002 and
I'm looking for foto's of annything.
So I search on a findmachine and so I
came here.
Can you help me for some foto's?

Thanks,Pedroke
Jay

5/8/2002 3:52am ET
Looking for team in San Francisco Bay Area. I left my team in LA. Played 2 seasons Division 1 DB and QB in all leagues since then. Open to play any position. Just want a game.

Jeff

5/5/2002 8:07pm ET
Do you need a team to play against for practice? My team could use the practice. If you want to come down play a quick game of 7 on 7 all male, email me, I could schedule a game. In the east bay location of California. Oakland, Hayward district.

Jicel2@aol.com
scott

5/3/2002 9:53am ET
established team looking for top notch
players very serious only apply
all fees paid uniforms provided
illinois area competitve league and
tournaments.drop me a line
Russell

5/1/2002 5:09pm ET
Can someone please send me information about flag football leagues in central New Jersey, especially near Highland Park, Edison, or New Brunswick? I would really like to join a league for the spring/summer. Thank you for your help.
Flag Football Magazine

4/30/2002 12:33pm ET
Team USA Flag Football has four Roster Spots open for the England tour and Spain Tour.
The cost for England is around ($500) and Spain only another $100. You can play in both or pick one one to participate in.

If your interested in playing for Team USA at one of the tournaments, please
contact Jim Zimolka
email-JimZimolka@FlagFootballplayer.com or call 603-437-0108


Team USA will play in

June 1/2nd-England Challenge
9Man-Contact and 5 Man No Contact

June 8/9th- Spain Challenge
5 man No Contact

July 13/14th-Canadian Challenge
7man & 4Man No Contact

August 2/3rd-Mexican Challenge

Spet 2/3rd-Ukraine
9Man-Contact & 4Man-No Contact

for more info please visit
the World Cup of Flag Football web site

www.WorldCupFlagFootball.com

Thanks
Flag Football Magazine
www.FlagMag.com
Earnest

4/26/2002 6:55pm ET
Need to know if there are teams in SANTA BARBARA CA that need another player. Hit me up! I love the game. I'm kind of quick, intelligent, plays defense and offense well. Hit me up.
RICKY

4/26/2002 1:29am ET
i need some plays for 4 on 4 off and def plays if you can help.. much appreciated
Rob

4/22/2002 6:58pm ET
Just recently got into a 5 0n 5 flag league. We have no trouble scoring, but we cant D it up. If someone is willing to offer advice to play zone D, I'll take it anyway I can. Much appreciated!!!
LENNY

4/18/2002 11:43am ET
if any one has plays for 5-5 or 7-7 and would like to share can you please email me the plays. IF you need something put it in the email and i will try to help. thanks
Dustin

4/15/2002 8:05pm ET
I'd like to trade 4-on-4 plays with someone. Or if you have any you'd like to share, email me.

evilecstasy@aol.com
Matt

4/15/2002 12:56pm ET
I just started a 7 on 7 flag football team we had our first game we were killed. I need help mainly Defense but offense also. Please E-mail me any PLAYS or STRATEGIES ASAP THANKS.


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