Saturday, May 30, 2015

Enforcers knock off LAPD 24-10 to earn NPSFL championship bid

CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC (05/30/2015) For the third time in four seasons, the San Diego Enforcers will be competing in the NPSFL National Championship Game after defeating the Los Angeles Centurions 24-10 Saturday evening.

The Enforcers have now won six straight games over the Centurions and will end their 2015 regular season schedule at 5-0. With the loss, the Centurions finish their season at 4-2.

Looking for their second NPSFL title in team history, the Enforcers will have four weeks to prepare for the Charlotte Cobras (4-0), who will host the championship game on June 20th.

This will be the third all-time meeting between the two teams with the series tied at 1-1. The last meeting took place during the 2013 season with the Cobras claiming a 17-9 win at Balboa Stadium. The first meeting in 2010 was a defensive battle that resulted in the Enforcers escaping Charlotte with a 10-0 victory.

Independent Women's Football League
Phoenix Phantomz (3-2) 28, North County Stars (0-5) 0.

After a bye next week, the Stars will have one last opportunity to avoid a win-less season when they host the Nevada Storm in their season-finale at Calvin Christian High School on June 13th.

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