Sunday, May 3, 2015

San Diego Football Weekend Recap

Photo Credit: Jessica Smith

Much like Floyd Mayweather after his unanimous decision win over Manny Pacquiao, the San Diego Enforcers and San Diego Surge are still undefeated. The Chargers also completed their 2015 NFL Draft while some former local prep and collegiate standouts received a shot at the big leagues.

National Public Safety Football League
San Diego Enforcers (4-0) 15, New York's Finest (1-1) 14.

QUEENS, NY - The Enforcers' trip to the Big Apple was a huge success after squeaking out a 15-14 victory over the defending NPSFL national champion NYPD. It was the first time in 43 years that the NYPD was defeated at home by a team from outside of New York. Tied for first place in the NPSFL, a win over the LAPD Centurions on May 30th will clinch their second straight appearance in the national title game.


Independent Women's Football League
Sacramento Sirens (4-0) 59, North County Stars (0-3) 0.

CARLSBAD, CA - The Stars couldn't hold off the visiting first-place Sirens, but they'll get another shot in two weeks when they travel to Sacramento for the rematch.

Women's Football Alliance
San Diego Surge (3-0) 90, Arizona Assassins (1-2) 6.

SANTEE, CA - In their much expected lopsided victory, the Surge allowed a few key players to rest while newcomers saw extended playing time. In her first touch of the season, rookie Taylor Estes scored on a 43-yard punt return. At only 18 years of age, the current Santana High student became the youngest player in Surge history to score a touchdown.

Next week the Surge returns to Santee Community Stadium to host the undefeated Central Cal War Angels (3-0), who are fresh off a 46-6 win over Sin City. After getting knock out of the playoffs by the War Angels in 2013, the Surge went on to sweep the 2014 season series, giving them a 2-1 edge all-time.

"It's a nice little rivalry we've been building over the last two or three years," Surge head coach Mike Suggett said. "They got a really young physical team and they're always giving us a real physical match. So it will be exciting to see."

Local Draftees

Seattle Seahawks
4th Round - 130th Overall

FS Cedric Thompson (Minnesota)
Miami Dolphins
5th Round - 150th Overall

LS Joe Cardona (Navy)
New England Patriots
5th Round - 166th Overall

Local Undrafted Free Agents

Washington Redskins

QB Chris Bonner (GROSSMONT JC/CSU-Pueblo)
Washington Redskins

Indianapolis Colts

LB Derek Largent (SAN DIEGO STATE)
Atlanta Falcons

Atlanta Falcons

Indianapolis Colts

Chargers Undrafted Free Agents

LB Ikechi Ariguzo (Northwestern)
CB Manuel Asprilla (Boston College)
OG Ben Beckwith (Mississippi State)
DE Cameron Botticelli (Minnesota)
OT Tyreek Burwell (Cincinnati)
OT Cameron Clemmons (Western Kentucky)
WR Titus Davis (Central Michigan)
LB Nick Dzubnar (Cal Poly)
RB Jahwan Edwards (Ball State)
TE Eric Frohnapfel (Marshall)
LB Curtis Grant (Ohio State)
LB Brock Hekking (Nevada)
DB Gordon Hill (Sacred Heart)
K Josh Lambo (Texas A&M)
S Johnny Lowdermilk (Iowa)
LB/FB Ryan Mueller (Kansas State)
TE Brian Parker (Albany)
RB Dreamius Smith (West Virginia)
QB Cole Stoudt (Clemson)
WR Tyrell Williams (Western Oregon)
WR Demetrious Wilson (Arkansas)

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