A brand-new flag football team is set to launch in Quincy this spring

Boston Brigade, a new addition to the sports scene in Quincy, is set to make its debut in the AFFL (American Flag Football League) on May 11 with an inaugural season that promises exciting games at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium. The team is one of the first four professional flag football teams ever established and is gearing up for its first home double-header against the Nashville Nighthawks and Las Vegas Lucky Sevens.

The Brigade’s season will consist of eight games, starting in Las Vegas on April 27 and ending in Nashville on June 15. The championship game will be held in Dallas on June 22, capping off what is expected to be a thrilling season for the team. As the popularity of flag football continues to grow, especially with its inclusion in the 2028 Olympics, this move will not only bring excitement to Boston’s sports scene but also add to the city’s storied history in athletics.

Former BSU quarterback James Cahoon showcased his skills at Holy Cross Pro Day on March 21, catching the eye of NFL scouts in attendance. The impressive performance put Cahoon on the radar of professional football teams looking for potential talent.

By Riley Johnson

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