Fourteen teams from different cities around Florida including Miami, Stuart, and Tampa, participated in the first women's flag football invitational hosted by Windermere High
Deputy Scott Pine Park was filled with shirts of many different colors as teams from all over Florida participated in Windermere High School's first women's flag football invitational Saturday, March 26.
Participating high schools included Harmony, Matanzas, Dr. Phillips, Sumner, Wekiva, Trinity Catholic, Boone, East Lake, East Bay, Liberty, Lennard, Apopka, Martin County, Riverview and Windermere.
The event lasted all day, with the first games starting at 8:45 a.m. and the last ones set for 5:30 p.m.
Coach Mike Stringer-Bratton said the Wolverines hope to host the invitational annually.
Harmony def. Matanzas 12-0
Dr. Phillips def. Sumner 14-6
Trinity Catholic def. Wekiva 26-6
Boone def. East Lake 8-6
East Bay def. Liberty 26-6
Lennard JV def. Windermere JV 19-0
Apopka def. Martin County 12-0
Riverview JV def. Windermere JV 30-0
Wekiva def. East Lake 14-6
Boone def. Liberty 12-6
Cornerstone Charter def. Matanzas 6-0
Martin County def. Harmony 13-0
Apopka def. Sumner 6-0
Riverview JV def. Harmony JV – 18-0
East Bay def. Trinity Catholic 13-0
Harmony JV def. Lennard JV 7-6
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