(Dec. 21, 2013) – Virginia Xtreme Sports (VXS), a Loudoun County based non-profit organization was successful in winning all 3 age divisions at the Baltimore Ravens NFL Flag Football Regional Tournament.
The Tournament hosted by USA Football, on Oct. 26 at the St Paul’s School for Girls in Timonium MD, featured top teams from Virginia, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Florida and Indiana.
The VXS 10u Purple team went 5-1 winning a tight defensive battle to take the 9-10 Coed division title as they won a close game 7-6.
VXS 10 U –Jacob, Battiston, Nathan Brown Jacob Busser, Nicholas Callis, Evan DeBoard, Cade Herdman, Cavan, Reilly Coaches: Steve Battiston, Tim Brown, and Warren Callis
The VXS 12u team went 6-0 capturing the Baltimore NFL Regional 11-12 Coed title for the second year in the Row. Thanks to a couple of great defensive stands they were able to come away with the win 14-6.
VXS 12u members are Nick Barts, Taye Davis, Tommy Dean, Caleb Hertel, Max Jones, Stephen Kallivokas, Derek McCandless, Mikey Ortega, George Richardson, and Sean Smith. The team is coached by Bobby Barts and Scott Kallivokas.
VXS 14U Team is comprised of Tuscarora High School fresman and sophomore football players: Alexander Callis, Cameron Florence, Roddy Hairston, Nick Kallivokas, Duron Norris, and Johnathan Roebuck Coaches: Scott Kallivokas and Jason Kallivokas
By winning the Baltimore NFL Regionals qualifies the teams for the NFL Flag National Tournament being held at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium on February 8th, 2014. This is the first time that a single organization is sending 3 teams across all age divisions to the NFL Flag National Tournament.
Virginia Xtreme Sports (VXS) is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to offering amateur youth players an opportunity to play competitive sports on a regional platform. The club is dedicated to the development of a player’s skill, competitiveness and character. The objective is to instill in each player the various skills and traits needed to succeed in life, long after a player’s competitive athletic career ends. More info: http://virginiaxtremesports.com