News4JAX Super 6 flag football: Fleming Island dominance continues

The News4JAX Super 6 flag football rankings will be published Wednesday's during the regular season. (News4JAX)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The News4JAX Super 6 flag football rankings will be published each Wednesday through the regular season. Records are through April 11.

News4JAX Super 6 flag football rankings

Rank, School, Record, Classification

1. (1) Fleming Island (9-0, Class 2A)

Notable wins: Mandarin, New Smyrna Beach, Ridgeview, White.

Glance: Two more quality Ws for the Golden Eagles. Since our last Super 6, Fleming trounced Middleburg (33-0) and did the same to Clay (32-0) to round out the regular season. Mykayla Maddox finished the regular season with 24 touchdown passes, 1,194 yards and just one interception. She rushed for 764 yards and 17 touchdowns as the area’s top player continues to shine. Fleming is a state championship contender. The Golden Eagles scored 278 points this season and didn’t allow a point. District tournaments are next week and Fleming should roll through that.

2. (2) Bradford (11-0, Class 1A)

Notable wins: Florida Deaf, Florida High, Keystone Heights (twice), Middleburg, Suwannee.

Glance: The Tornadoes blanked Keystone Heights (25-0) since our last Super 6. Next up is Oakleaf on Wednesday and then Columbia on Thursday. Freshman QB Arnayshia Griffin eclipsed the 2,000-yard passing mark since our last update. She’s passed for 2,228 yards and 26 touchdowns this season. Griffin has also rushed for 648 yards and 14 scores, as well as intercepting 14 passes. Nichelle Brown has a team-best 773 rushing yards and 12 TDs. She’s also got nine picks.

3. (3) White (12-1, Class 1A)

Notable wins: Chiles, Mandarin, Middleburg, Paxon, Westside.

Glance: A 3-0 mark since our last Super 6, with routs of Yulee (32-0), Atlantic Coast (25-0) and First Coast (33-7). They’ve got Sandalwood on Wednesday and visit Ridgeview on Thursday. QB Endia Maxwell has passed for 1,769 yards and 23 touchdowns, the bulk of those (15) to Tremesha Harris. Brianna Henderson, Kyra Jackson and Harris have four interceptions apiece for the Gateway’s best team. Their only loss is to No. 1 Fleming.

4. (4) Stanton (10-1, Class 1A)

Notable wins: Atlantic Coast, Fletcher, Mandarin, Paxon.

Glance: A 24-0 win over Baldwin since our last Super 6, and now a Gateway Conference showdown against No. 6 Paxon on Wednesday. Stanton’s lone loss is to No. 3 White. The Blue Devils already hold a W over Paxon this season. They’ve been as high as No. 2 in the Super 6.

5. (6) Paxon (10-1, Class 1A)

Notable wins: Mandarin, Middleburg, Ridgeview.

Glance: The Golden Eagleshad a quality stretch since our last Super 6. They beat Ridgeview (22-6) and Mandarin (14-6). There’s a major Gateway showdown on Wednesday against Stanton, a game the Golden Eagles can definitely contend in. A win there and they’ll power on in the Gateway.

6. (5) Ridgeview (6-2-1, Class 1A)

Notable wins: Clay, Florida Deaf, Middleburg.

Glance: The Panthers drop a spot after losing to Paxon since our last Super 6. They rebounded for a 14-0 win over Middleburg. The Panthers will be a No. 2 seed for the District 4-2A tournament. They’ll likely face White in the title game. The Panthers stay in the Super 6 over Fletcher and Sandalwood.


Clay (4-3, Class 1A); Fernandina Beach (5-3, Class 1A); Fletcher (8-3, Class 2A); Florida Deaf (6-3, Class 1A); Jackson (6-3, Class 1A); Keystone Heights (7-3, Class 1A); Mandarin (6-8, Class 2A); Raines (4-3, Class 1A); St. Augustine (5-2, Class 1A); Sandalwood (7-2, Class 2A); Suwannee (7-4, Class 1A).

About the Author:

Justin Barney joined News4Jax in February 2019, but he’s been covering sports on the First Coast for more than 20 years.