Welcome to the BLUE HAWGS Web page. The
team is comprised of 6 well mannered young men. A new season is upon us. The team hopes to
improve on last years' perfect 21-0 season. 4 titles in 4 cities leaves the BLUE HAWGS as
the dominant youth team on the WEST COAST in 4 on 4 flag football.
The team is coming
off a decent football season, having one player (Josh #2) still alive in the Southern
Section Division V Semi-finals, as JW North - Riverside upset the defending champion
Corona Centennial 35-28 in double OT to advance.- Update: Josh won his first CIF Southern Section title, Division V. Two years to go as potential defending champion! Go Josh!
Brandon (#3) was
upset last week in the L.A. City section quarter finals as Westchester lost to Dorsey
Leroy III (#1)
played JV for Bishop Amat. Leroy has seen the most growth over the year as he attempts to
catch up with the pack.
Anthony (#20) played
JV and Varsity for Hawthorne HS, and had some 15 rushing TD's this year.
Arrin (#12) had a
good season, scoring plenty of TD's. He attends Leuzinger HS
Jeffery (#5) took
the year off due to moving, but has possibly become the tallest Blue Hawg, and hopes to
become the starting QB for Rialto Eisenhower HS next year.
The team will now take that experience and apply it to a new challenge - The 2001 4 on 4
Quick Strike Tournament in Tempe, Arizona. This tour is presented by Fast Action
Sports. Your BLUE HAWGS will be competing in the 14 to 17 Youth Division, so wish us luck!
Update: Our first entry into the Quickstrike Tournaments did not go well at all. Missing Josh, and failing to properly prepare for this event, we were eliminated from our first ever 4 on 4 tourney. Although we began the tournament with a 54-0 win over the Mullets, our familiar nemesis, the Untouchables, gave us the first loss of the season. The Demons (Hoffman) gave us our 2nd, and in the final, Team Gonder beat the Untouchables 18-0. This all leads up to an interesting Let it Fly Tourney, when we will return to defend our title. Congratulations to Quickstrike, and all of the Division 10 teams, which were all very competitive.
We will compete in Los Angeles, so let's get it on! The team will also welcome Lance to the mix. Lance is a longtime standby who is eager to show his ability to carry on the Blue Hawg tradition. Update: Your Blue Hawgs lay claim to Division 15 Champions going 4-0 in competition! On to Phoenix next week to defend our Let-it-Fly Titles...