Surge DB Sonfre Roberson is having a Super Season so far with three interceptions (two returned for TDs) in two games.
National Public Safety Football League
San Diego Enforcers (3-0) at New York's Finest (1-0)
Bayside High School (Queens, NY) 10:30 a.m. PT
We begin with the Enforcers looking to keep their undefeated streak intact as they travel to the Big Apple for a grudge match of the 2014 NPSFL Championship, where they were defeated 37-14. The NYPD open it's league schedule coming off a 21-14 win over the Long Island Panthers. This will be the third meeting between the two teams with the NYPD leading the series 2-0.
Independent Women's Football League
North County Stars (0-2) vs. Sacramento Sirens (3-0)
Calvin Christian High School (Escondido, CA) 3:00 p.m. PT
For the Stars to earn their first win of the season, they'll need to pull off the biggest upset since Buster Douglas defeated Mike Tyson for the heavyweight title back in 1990. In their return from a one-year hiatus, the Sirens have outscored their opponents 131-6. The lopsided scoring ratio includes shutout wins over the defending Pacific West champion Phoenix Phantomz and the California Quake, who finished second in the division last season.
Women's Football Alliance
San Diego Surge (2-0) vs. Arizona Assassins (1-1)
Santana High School (Santee, CA) 5:30 p.m. PT
In our main event of the evening, the Surge returns from a bye week to host the Assassins for the first time since defeating them 101-0 last season. The unusual lopsided win over the short-handed visitors created an interesting social media debate from women's football spectators questioning whether or not the Surge purposely ran up the score. Hopefully we'll have a more competitive and less controversial finish this time around. The Surge owns a commanding 6-0 lead in the all-time series.