Here are the results from Saturday's San Diego County football action.
San Diego Enforcers (5-1) 44, Roanoke Rampage (2-3) 6
For the second time in team history, the San Diego Enforcers will host the NPSFL National Championship game. After escaping Roanoke, Virginia with a blowout win, the Enforcers earned the right to face the NYPD Finest for a shot at their second national title since winning it in 2012. The game will take place on Saturday, June 21st at a time and location that has yet to be announced.
Phoenix Phantomz (5-1) 76, North County Stars (2-3) 28
The North County Stars put up a great effort, but it wasn't enough to pull off the upset over the division leading Phantomz. The Stars will close out their IWFL regular-season schedule next Saturday, June 14 when they host the California Quake.
San Diego Surge (8-0) 35, Central Cal War Angels (5-2) 6
Deana Guidry found the end zone four times to help the San Diego Surge close out the regular-season undefeated for the third time in team history. With the win, the Surge earned a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout the 2014 WFA playoffs. Their first game takes place on Saturday, June 21st. The location, time, and opponent will be announced at a later date.