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First Baptist hosts upward flag football

The upward football season will include six games from June 28 through Aug. 9. (CONTRIBUTED)
The upward football season will include six games from June 28 through Aug. 9. (CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – First Baptist Church of Madison is hosting the community’s first upward flag football League for children of elementary-school age.

On June 14, coaches will evaluate players, finalize roster and registration will end. Practices will begin June 24-27:

The season will include six games from June 28 through Aug. 9: No practices or games will be held the week of July 4.

Students who will enter kindergarten through sixth grade are eligible. Cost is $65, which includes practices and the six-game season, reversible jersey, flag belt, playing card wrist band, car magnet and trophy.

Volunteer coaches also are needed.

To register, visit upward.org/league/491881578/BKL,BCL,FBL,FCL,SOL,BKC,FBC,SOC,CHC.

For more information, visit Facebook/First Baptist Church Madison Upward Sports.

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