December 22, 2014 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Steve Helm

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SOTX held its annual Chapter Flag Football Competition at Baylor University’s Intramural Fields on Friday, Dec. 12 and Saturday, Dec. 13. After round robin play began on Friday, 20 teams, representing seven divisions, returned to play on Saturday and battled through heavy morning fog, all in an effort to claim a state championship.

Congratulations to Lewisville ISD Rain (Division 1), Carrollton-Farmers Branch Cyclones (Division 2), Judson ISD Thunder Rockets (Division 3), Advo Amarillo Cobras (Division 4A), Wyle Sachse Murphy Mavericks (Divison 4B), Texas Foundation of Hope Elite (Division 5A) and Little Cypress-Mauriceville Force (Division 5B) for coming away with 2014 SOTX Flag Football championship titles!

Check out a full photo gallery and complete results by using the links above.

NOTE: Be on the lookout for a more in-depth video feature on SOTX Unfired Flag Football in the coming weeks!

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