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Intramural football organization opens off-campus

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Intramural sports — especially football — is widely popular on college campuses across the country.

APSU already has a robust intramural program that is widely popular with several options for the sports or athletic enthusiast.

However, a new off-campus flag football league is beginning that will include teams from all over Clarksville and Fort Campbell.

Scott Davis, who is spearheading the organization of the league, said it came to fruition in informal talks with friends on post who were playing weekend pickup games. “We weren’t really happy with what was out there, and we wanted to play in a league that let friends in any (military) unit or in any job create a team and play,” Davis said.

There is a $35 per person entry fee. Each team will consist of 12 players and Davis said they are hoping to get 10 teams together to start play on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The registration deadline is Sunday, Oct. 16. Davis said the league is fully insured and will have its games will be held at Heritage Park, near Kenwood High School.

For more information on the league or how to join, contact Davis at jags86@gmail.com. TAS

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One comment

  1. Hello!

    I’m trying to contact Davis at the published mail but I haven’t receive a response. Is the mail correct?

    Thanks!