Surprising Prime Time crowned flag champs

from staff reports
After starting the regular season 1-3, all most everyone had written off Prime Time.
But in its first season, Prime Time took out last year's Spring League Champion, Dynasty, by the score of 52 to 32, to claim the title for spring 2004 in Elizabethton Park and Rec flag football.
It all started back in week one, when Prime Time lost to the Outsiders 31-14. Week two saw the team up against this year's regular-season champs Dem Boyz, who went 7-0. Dem Boyz took it to them by a score of 46-26.
Sneaking by the tough defense of D.Z.K. in week three by the score of 29-28, PT then lost to Dynasty in a close one, 35-33, in week four.
However, the tides turned in weeks six and seven. Week six was a match up with 5 and 0 T.N.T., and PT shut down its opponent's offense in the first half with a goose egg, en route to a 48-23 victory.
Week seven saw a match up with Re-Runs. The winner would be the number 5 seed and the loser the 6 seed. Winner: Prime Time, 45-33.
On Championship Sunday, Game 1 was Prime Time vs. Dem Boyz. In the first half, Dem Boyz took the lead up through halftime by seven points.
Going into the second half, Prime Time had to play from behind all the way till the last few seconds, when Lamar Rollins, the PT quarterback, found a receiver in the end zone for a 40-39 win as time expired.
Game two was a matchup between No. 3 seed Dynasty and No. 7 seed D.Z.K. In what could be called the game of the season, Dynasty pinched out a win in double OT by the score of 21 to 20.
D.Z.K., which in the first week of the playoffs put out second-seeded T.N.T., had the game in control with 11 seconds left on the clock and 5th down. A pass fell incomplete from D.Z.K.s quarterback, giving Dynasty enough time for one play. Dynasty, from its 5-yard-line, sent a hail mary to the end zone. Tony Jackson was there waiting on a tipped ball, and pulled it in to tie the game up to send it into its first overtime.
Neither team scored in its first attempt, but the secondOT saw D.Z.K. drop a score. Dynasty took advantage and added the one point, giving them the win and a chance to play for its second straight spring title.
In the championship, Prime Time took the ball and scored on its first four possessions as it was led by MVP quarterback Lamar Rollins each time. Mark White, on Prime Time's defense, came up with a great interception in the first half that led to a score.
Dynasty would not go down without fighting. Coming back from a half time score of 28 to 14, Dynasty scored to make it 28-20. Then Prime Time came to life by working the back of the end zone, putting up 52 points -- it high output of the season -- and only allowing Dynasty to score two more times.