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Date of Issue: July 21, 2010

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Jason Sato steps in front of Bobby Gibbons to intercept the ball during adult flag football action at the Anna Center.

The Bills edged the Broncos 27-26 in an early AFC matchup, while the Vikings defeated the Giants in an important NFC matchup of first- and second-place teams. Meanwhile the Jaguars scored a first victory over the winless Bucs in a day of adult flag football action at the Anna Maria Island Community Center July 1.

The first game of the day saw the Jaguars roll over the Bucs by a 53-6 score. Four players scored touchdowns, led by Dustin Swain, who caught two touchdown passes and earned an extra point, while also adding an interception return for another touchdown. Offensively, the Jaguars were led by quarterback Jason Sato, who completed 12 of 19 passes for 223 yards and six touchdown passes. Michael Durrance led all receivers with 117 yards and two touchdowns, while fellow receiver Scott Rudacille had a pair of touchdowns and 44 receiving yards.

Sato also contributed two flag pulls and an interception to help the Jaguar defense, which also received three flag pulls from Monica Simpson and an interception from Clay Orr in the victory.

Offensively, the Bucs were led by Billy Malfese, who passed for 81 yards and one touchdown pass to Bobby Gibbons, who finished with 56 receiving yards. Shawn Kaleta added 45 receiving yards and 27 rushing yards, while David Johnston completed one pass for 38 yards.

Defensively the Bucs received a pair of flag pulls and an interception from Gibbons and three pulls from Scott Eason. Malfese added a pair of pulls, while Heidi Johnston contributed a flag pull and a QB-sack in the loss.

The second game of the evening saw the Bills edge the Broncos 27-26 in a battle of unbeaten teams. Quarterback Scott Dell led the offensive charge, completing 14 of 26 passes for 212 yards and four touchdown passes. Three of his TD passes went to Brian Moorhead, who finished with 98 receiving yards and 3 extra points. Ryan Hogan completed the scoring with a touchdown reception to go along with 42 receiving yards.

David Bishop, Hogan, George Imes, Chris Jones and Nate Talucci each finished with a flag pull to lead the Bills defense to victory.

The Broncos were led by quarterback Mike Walter, who passed for 201 yards and three touchdown passes. Brent Moss caught one TD pass, while adding 28 rushing yards and 51 receiving yards for the Broncos, which also received a touchdown reception and 35 receiving yards from John Pace. Robert Cornell chipped in with 58 receiving yards and a touchdown, while also completing two passes for 22 yards and a touchdown pass. Kevin Austin added the final touchdown, while Shandi Austin contributed 59 receiving yards and a pair of extra points.

The Austins combined for three flag pulls and a pair of QB sacks to lead the Bronco defense, which also received flag pulls from Cornell, Moss and David Zaccagnino in the loss.

The last game of the evening saw the Vikings defeat the Giants 34-20 to take over first place in the NFC. Quarterback Paul Kurtz completed 11 of 22 passes for 168 yards and four touchdown passes. Three touchdowns were scored by Viking Jordan Pritchard, who finished with 87 rushing yards, 49 receiving yards and an extra point. Phelps Tracy added 32 receiving yards and a touchdown, while Chris Joseph finished with 42 receiving yards and one touchdown. Lance Plowman completed the Viking scoring with an extra point and finished with 45 receiving yards.

Pritchard led the defense with a pair of flag pulls and two interceptions, while Tracy added two pulls and Plowman finished with one flag pull.

The Giants received 45 rushing yards, 127 passing yards and a pair of touchdown passes from Jeremy Jackson, two of which were caught by Tyler Bekkerus, who finished with 53 receiving yards. Mark Anderson added 31 receiving yards, while Andy Jonatzke finished with five yards and an extra point to complete the Giant scoring in the loss.

Anderson, Bekkerus and Jackson each had interceptions, while Jimmy Thomas, Ben Stewart and Emily King each had a flag pull on defense.

Key Royale golf news

The Key Royale Club men played an 18-hole, team-low-net game June 30. The team of Lou Winegarden, Bob Elliott, Dan Hayes and Bob Dickinson combined to card a 280 to edge the team of Don Ledford, Bob Jorgensen, Peter Proxy and Paul Proxy by three strokes.

The women of Key Royale Club played a nine-hole, individual-low-net match on June 29. Penny Williams fired an even-par 32 to capture Flight A by three shots over second-place finisher Mary Selby. Tootie Wagner was one shot back in third with 4-over par.

Even par was the winning score for Flight B with Terri Westby and Erma McMullen tying for first. Second place went to Lorraine Towne with a 2-over-par 34, while Dorothy McKinna was two shots back in third place.

The Key Royale men played a partners-low-net game June 28 with the winners, Bob Dickinson and Omer Trolard, combining for 1-under-par 63. One shot back in second place was the team of Ron Robinson-Dennis Schavey, while Carl Voyles and Earl Huntzinger took third with 4-over 68.

A coed two-best-balls-of-foursome match June 25 was won by the team of Rose Slomba, Fred Meyer, Dennis Schavey and Jim Finn, carding a 6-under-par 58. Second place went to the team of Frankie Smith-Williams, Joyce Brown, Don Ledford and Jerry Brown with a 59. Jerry Brown had a chipin on number nine.

Horseshoe news

Two teams earned the required three victories in pool play and were left to battle for the day’s bragging rights June 30 during horseshoe action at the Anna Maria City Hall horseshoe pits. Tim Sofran and Sam Samuels edged John Johnson and Norm Good in the finals 21-17.

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.

AMICC Summer Indoor Soccer League schedule

Division I (ages 9-12)



7 p.m.

Sparks vs. Oyster Bar


8 p.m.

Action vs. Ross Built




Division II (ages 6-8)



6 p.m.

Maxon vs. Back Alley




NFL Adult Flag Football Standings