Co-Rec Flag Football Fall 2001

James/Emerson

Michael Boyle, Christina Bizon, Antonio Cardoso, Lawrence Chien,
Allicyn Cote, Beth Goodwin, Dana Greenlay, Hallam Holmes,
Katherine Iacovella, Kelly Lerias, Ryan Lucia, Kirk Massa, Bertty Martinez, Elizabeth Tapper, Crystal Therrien, Kyla Warnock, Joshua Wedge, Stephanie Weiland

Championship Game Summary
James/Emerson 34, 1st Stop 14

Winless (0-5) in the regular season, James/Emerson went on an improbable run through the playoffs, winning four games including the 34-18 upset championship win over previously undefeated 1st Stop. Michael Boyle was the story for James/Emerson as he threw for three touchdowns and intercepted three passes. Boyle opened the scoring early, picking off a pass with 3 minutes gone by in the first half and returning it for a touchdown. Boyle then hit Kirk Massa on the 2-point conversion to make the score 8-0. Boyle later connected with Dana Greenlay on an 18-yard touchdown throw. Crystal Therrien hauled in the one-point conversion toss. 1st Stop bounced back as Josh Sturtevant hooked up with Pat Walsh on a 44-yard pass play that left the ball on the one yard line. Cory Norbutus ran the ball in and the score at the half was 18-9.

James/Emerson scored on the opening possession of the second half as Hallam Holmes caught a 45-yard TD bomb from Boyle. Boyle continued his air assault with scoring passes to Katherine lacovella and Greenlay, extending the lead to 34-9 with eight minutes remaining. 1st Stop refused to quit. Engineering a final scoring drive, Sara Zakar tossed a beauty to Walsh, and Norbutus ran in her second TD. 1st Stop halted James/Emerson on downs and got the ball back with less than 2 minutes left. Boyle, however, put an exclamation point on the victory as he intercepted the pass as time expired.

1st Stop

Christina Ambrose, Megan Beilenson, Peter DeFlorio, Tara Donovan, Dwayne Evans, Courtney Garron, Jason Incorvati, Justin Mills,
Anne Muzere, Cory Norbutus, Erik Poje, Dan Rimerman, Leris Rosa,
Joshua Sturtevant, Trisha Turcotte, Patrick Walsh, Sara Zakar