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Guard to host flag football tournament

The North Dakota Army National Guard's Company B 231st Brigade Support Battalion will host its first Bravo Company Flag Football Tournament Friday in the Fargo Sports Bubble, 2761 12th Ave. S.

The North Dakota Army National Guard's Company B 231st Brigade Support Battalion will host its first Bravo Company Flag Football Tournament Friday in the Fargo Sports Bubble, 2761 12th Ave. S.

The tournament is open to anyone 16 and older. Those under 18 must have a parental waiver signed before the tournament. Forms may be obtained at the Army National Guard office at 4950 13th Ave. S., Suite 2761, Fargo, or have it e-mailed by calling (701) 451-6030.

Teams must contain seven players, with a minimum of two females per team.

There is no fee to register. Registration begins at 4 p.m. There will be a meeting of captains at 4:30, and the tournament begins at 5.

For more information, contact Sgt. 1st Class Eric Binstock at (701) 793-8354.

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