May 10, 2012 | by Staff reports
Flag football league wraps season

The Purple Pounders came up short on Sunday, falling to team Tsunami in the semi-final game. Tsunami went on to win Super Bowl IV. Visit washingtonblade.com for more photos. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

The D.C. Gay Flag Football League wrapped its season on Sunday, as team Tsunami beat Back That Ash Up 38-26 in Super Bowl IV. Tsunami became the first team in league history to go unbeaten as team captain Adam Strasburg won his second straight title.

Tsunami advanced to the final after defeating the Purple Pounders 30-6 in the semi-final game. The Pounders, who were sponsored by the Washington Blade, lost several players to injuries but finished third in the league after defeating KGB (Kelly Green) 44-35.

“I think the spring 2012 season has been a tremendous success due to the men and women who devote so much time and resources to it,” said Pounders captain Patrick Kozak. “The board and the captains, along with the veterans all work hard to make this an inviting, inclusive and incredibly competitive experience for newcomers.”

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