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Bergen County Flag Football Plays Opening Week

Charlie Goldshor and Ziv Hartstein of the La Cucina Di Nava Colts, pregame smiles.

(BCFL) This past Sunday the boys of the Bergen County Flag Football League kicked off the season with a full schedule of 20 exciting games. Three of the games ended in ties and many others were decided by less than a touchdown.

Jack Blumenthal of the La Cucina Di Nava Bills and Leo Blumenthal of the Burger Boss Steelers show some brotherly love.

Next Sunday BCFL will once again be partnering with Fast Twitch,  (https://www.fasttwitch.com/) a company that trains HS and professional athletes, to conduct a skills clinic instead of the regular scheduled games. The clinics will be at the Lombardi field 230 Roosevelt Place as follows: K/1, 12:00-12:45; 2/3, 12:45-1:30; 4/5, 1:30-2:15; and 6/7/8, 2:15-3:00. After that we have no games on April 28 for Pesach. The season will resume on May fifth when BCFL will take over MetLife stadium for the third straight year. Admission for the players and coaches is covered by BCFL, spectators can register for seats at https://pbraise.co/bergenflag505

Abie Dazelman of the Burger Boss Bengals and Gabe San Solo of the La Cucina Di Nava Colts.

The Bergen County Flag Football League would like to publicly thank the Bergen County Sheriff’s office for their quick response and ability to contain a group of protesters in another section of the park, preventing them from disrupting an amazing day of flag football.

The La Cucina Di Nava Rams get ready to play their first regular season BCFL game.

 

Josh Ross of the Chopstix Patriots catching the ball for an interception.

 

Matiyas Rotati of the La Cucina Di Nava Giants running with the ball for a touchdown.

 

Eitan Murad of the La Cucina Di Nava Packers tries to split the defense.
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