Tyler’s Ice Cream Steelers’ quarterback, Chuck McCracken, tries to elude a Martiniville Saints defender during adult coed flag football action at the Anna Maria Island Community Center. Islander Photo: Kevin Cassidy
Jonathan Moss runs a sweep for his Martiniville Saints team during adult coed flag football action at the Anna Maria Island Community Center. Islander Photo: Kevin Cassidy
Adult coed flag football season under way
There were a couple of blowouts and one really close game that highlighted adult coed flag football action on June 23. Agnelli Pool & Spa Dolphins put up 49 points in a 49-20 victory over Slim’s Place Patriots while Sato Real Estate Browns edged Integrity Sound Redskins by a 13-12 score. The last game of the evening saw Island Sun Panthers slip past Beach to Bay Construction Bucs 25-15.
The game of the week, however, saw the undefeated Martiniville Saints romp past Tyler’s Ice Cream Steelers 38-13 to take an early lead in the standings. They sit at 2-0 while the rest of the league is 1-1 except for the 0-2 Integrity Sound Redskins.
The Saints received a huge game from Ryan Moss, who completed 10-of-15 passes for 215 yards and four touchdown passes while also rushing for 53 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Jonathan Moss added two touchdown receptions and an extra point to go along with 93 receiving yards. The Saints also got a good fame from Nate Talucci who finished with a pair of touchdown receptions and 57 receiving yards and Amy Talucci who completed the scoring with an extra-point reception and added one flag pull on defense.
Jonathan Moss led the team with three pulls while Ryan Moss finished with two pulls in the victory.
The Steelers were led by Jason Garden who completed one pass for 15 yards, ran for 15 yards and added 20 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns. Chuck McCracken threw for 85 yards and a touchdown while Alan Conley contributed 41 all-purpose yards and scored an extra point.
Garden led the team with three flag pulls while Conley and McCracken each finished with one flag pull in the loss.
Key Royale golf news
The Key Royale Club men played an 18-hole, individual-low-net golf match June 15. Carl Voyles managed the low round of the day with a 6-under-par 58, edging Charlie Knopp and Dennis Schavey by one stroke to claim bragging rights for the day.
The men played a nine-hole, modified Stableford or quota point game June 14. Mike Brakefield took individual honors with his plus 3, while the team of Terry Schaefer, Art McMillan, Al DiCostanzo and Jerry Dahl combined to card a minus 2 to capture the team event.
From the pits
Four teams qualified for the playoffs during June 25 horseshoe action at the Anna Maria City Hall horseshoe pits. Debbie Rhodes and John Johnson wiped out Steve Doyle and Tom Skoloda 23-4, while Jeff Moore rolled past Jerry Disbrow and John Graham 22-7. Moore prevailed in the finals, defeating Rhodes-Johnson 21-12 to claim bragging rights for the day.
Three teams emerged from pool play during June 22 horseshoe action. Ron Pepka and Ralph Richey, a visiting police chief from Florence, Ala., drew the bye and watched as Norm Good and Jerry Disbrow defeated John Johnson and Jay Disbrow 24-16. Good and Jay Disbrow then rolled to a 22-7 victory over Pepka and Richey in the finals.
Play gets under way at 9 a.m. every Wednesday and Saturday at the Anna Maria City Hall pits. Warmups begin at 8:45 a.m. followed by random team selection.
There is no charge to play and everyone is welcome.