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Flag football takes field

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SE student Angel Chapa sprints downfield as opposing team player Giovanni Cesto looks to stop his advancing to the end zone during a SE intramural flag football game Sept. 28. Photo by Mason Jendel/The Collegian

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief

Intramural teams face off in first week of fall games

SE students assembled teams to face off in a series of four games for the campus’ first Friday of intramural flag football games Sept. 29.

Team 2.0 defeated The Ragers 24-18 while the Free Agents lost to We Bad 31-8. 

BBE managed a 38-23 victory over Y’all Sleeping but then fell to Jump Force 36-13. 

SE’s intramural flag football season will continue on Oct. 5 when teams will be seeded based on the previous week’s results. 

“This week will be tournament-style ending with our championship game,” said SE intramural coordinator Shahzad Nazir. “All players in the finals will receive Nike Dri-Fit shirts, and the champions will receive matching duffel bags.”

Nazir said it was too late for teams to register for intramural football, but registration for the intramural basketball tournament will start at noon Oct. 8 in the SE gym (ESEC). 

Intramural basketball will also be two weeks and follow the same format as flag football.

For more information on other SE intramural activities going on throughout the fall semester, contact Nazir at shahzad.nazir@tccd.edu or 817-515-3170.

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