The NFL is bringing a flag football league to the area for boys and girls ages 4-17 for 5-on-5 play. There will be referees and stats will be tracked online. The season goes from April 4 through June 14. Games will be played at three sites, Kirkersville Elementary in Pataskala, Easpointe Church in Reynoldsburg and Ryan Park in Buckeye Lake. For more details contact Chris Sabatino at (614) 348-1383 or visit www. sports101.org.

The NFL is bringing a flag football league to the area for boys and girls ages 4-17 for 5-on-5 play. There will be referees and stats will be tracked online. The season goes from April 4 through June 14. Games will be played at three sites, Kirkersville Elementary in Pataskala, Easpointe Church in Reynoldsburg and Ryan Park in Buckeye Lake. For more details contact Chris Sabatino at (614) 348-1383 or visit www. sports101.org.

Gahanna residents competed for the Greater Columbus Swim Team of Ohio in the January B Meet on Jan. 18. Below are the top finishers:

Boys: 13-14 -- Luke Herbert (second 50 back)

Girls: 8-and-under -- Jane Li (second 100 IM, third 25 free, third 25 fly, third 50 free); 11-12 -- Maddie Smith (third 100 back); 13-14 -- Annie Devaney (first 50 free, first 100 free, first 100 breast)

The National Youth Sports Safety Foundation is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the number and severity of injuries young people sustain in sports and fitness activities. For more information, visit www.nyssf.org.

The Mid-West Girls Hockey League tournament will be held Friday through Sunday in Columbus. Representing the area will be the Columbus Sting, which is tied for first place in the East Division with the Nashville Tigers. Teams included in the tournament will come from Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Pennsylvania and Tennesseee. The championship game will take place at 11:30 a.m. Sunday in the Fairground Coliseum, preceded by the consolation game at 10 a.m.