Saturday, June 18, 2016

Enforcers claim second national title after routing LAPD, 42-0

CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC (06/18/2016) When the San Diego Enforcers won the NPSFL National Championship for the first time back in 2012, they needed a miracle touchdown pass in the final seconds of the game to pull off a 16-15 victory over the New York Fire Department.

Four years and three more title game appearances later, the Enforcers (5-0) ended a perfect season in perfect fashion, pitching a 42-0 shutout over the arch-rival LAPD Centurions (3-2).

After a 67-yard run by Jahir Waterman put the Enforcers on the LAPD one-yard line, the Centurions put up an outstanding goal line stand to force a turnover on downs.

Following a three-and-out, quarterback Sean Sivers, who got the start in place of an injured JJ Carrell, found receiver Robbie Davis wide open for a 41-yard touchdown.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

North County Stars cruise past Phoenix to complete landmark season

Image Credit: Michael Burmy

FALLBROOK, CA (06/11/2016) The North County Stars (6-2) had a season to remember, as it ends with a convincing victory over the visiting Phoenix Phantomz (2-6).

Much like the previous meeting between these teams, the game started out close with North County holding on a 14-8 lead at the end of the first quarter, but the Stars pulled away with 30 unanswered points to secure a team-record sixth win.

The Stars not only ended the 2016 campaign on a three-game win streak, but also a third straight game where their opponent was held scoreless in the second half.