Co-Rec Championship

MS-3 defeated Da Kine 27-0 in the Co-Rec Championship game. QB Mike Abraham threw three touchdown passes to WR Dave Bailey in a winning effort.
Champion: MS-3

Women’s Championship
Wahine overcame an early 6-0 deficit to defeat Delta Phi Episolon 28-6. The sorority gals struck first off their opening drive on a 10-yard touchdown pass. However, from that point on, it would be all Wahine and QB Amy Omae. Omae quickly drove Wahine down the field, capping off the drive with a long 45-yard scramble. Wahine covereted the two-point conversion when Omae found Melissa Caulfield in the front of the end zone. That duo would hook up several times on the day, including another two-point conversion following a 17-yard touchdown run by Omae.
Leading 16-6 at the half, Wahine expanded their lead when Omae found Cassie Walker for a touchdown. With the score 22-6, Wahine iced the deal on Omae’s third touchdown run of the game, this time from 37 yards. Overall, Omae accounted for four touchdowns in a very impressive Wahine victory.
Champion: Wahine

Men’s Championship

The campus champion Boss Players met Greek Champion Pike for the campus crown. The Boss Players got in front early when star QB Brian O’Reilly found Jeremy Rose on a 16-yard touchdown pass. O’Reilly would scramble in on the conversion to make it 7-0. On the ensuing possession, Rose would intercept Pike QB Jon Itzkowitz, putting the Boss Players in position to take a commanding lead. However, an interception by Ray Guthrie of Pike would keep the Boss Players off the scoreboard.
Early in the second quarter, Pike answered back when Itzkowitz found Ryan Pezdirc for an eight-yard touchdown. However, a failed conversion left Pike down 7-6.
Midway through the second quarter, Rose would step up again, catching his second touchdown pass of the game, this time for 38 yards from O’Reilly. Later in the quarter, O’Reilly would throw his third touchdown pass of the day, this time to Hugh Garrity, giving the Boss Players a 20-6 halftime lead. In the third quarter, Rose and O’Reilly would hook up one last time, this time from six yards out to give the Boss Players a commanding 26-6 lead. The defense would take over after that, as the Boss Players win the flag football title 26-6. On the day, O’Reilly was 14 of 21 for 199 yards and four touchdowns while only throwing one interception. Rose caught five passes for 119 yards and three touchdowns, while Garrity caught five passes for 51 yards and a touchdown.
Champion: Boss Players

November 4, 2003


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