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2015 National Bowl Weekend  Game Stories

ORANGE BLOSSOM BOWL – USFA AA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

This exciting game featured both teams scoring twice in the first half.

The first score of the game came after a bad punt snap by the Michigan Lightning. The Brass City (CT) Brawlers scored 4 plays later and followed with a 2 point extra point play. The Half time score was 14-14.

The send half was just as exciting with both teams scoring 2 touchdowns. The Brass City Brawlers scored with just 1:54 left in regular time and then converted a 2 point conversion to tie the score at 28-28.

With 1:07 left in overtime Brass City went 40 yards in 6 plays to score the winning touchdown.

FINAL SCORE:           Brass City Brawlers – 34

Michigan Lightning – 28

Game MVP’s

Brass City (CT) Brawlers                   QB                   Dave Gonder

Brass City (CT) Brawlers                   WR                  Steve Dunbar

Michigan Lightning                               DE                    Edison Vushaj

 

PALM BOWL – NFE AAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

The Palm Bowl featured the Worcester Mass Fury QB Corey Spencer throwing 4 touchdown passes and running for 1 more. WR Luke McCaffrey caught 2 of the touchdowns. RB Marcus Price also caught 2 touchdown passes.

West Michigan Force WR Chaz Carpenter caught a touchdown pass in each half.

FINAL SCORE:            Worcester Mass Fury – 48

West Michigan Force – 13

Game MVP’s

Worcester Mass Fury                         RB                   Will Earley

Worcester Mass Fury                         QB                   Corey Spencer

Worcester Mass Fury                         RB                   Brett Ancil

West Michigan Force                          LB                    Marcus Branstreeter

 

NORTH AMERICAN BOWL – USFA AAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

The Inglewood Blackhawks scored with only 4:24 elapsed in the first quarter of the

North American Bowl. The Connecticut Panthers responded with 2 touchdown passes and 2 field goals to lead at half time by a score of 19-7.

The Connecticut Panthers had 2 big plays in the second half. QB Rich Snowden ran 74 yards for a touchdown. In the 4th quarter, LB Tylee Flowers picked up a fumble and went 85 yards for a touchdown. Dwight Hamilton, DE for the Inglewood Blackhawks picked up a fumble and went 28 yards for a touchdown.

FINAL SCORE:            Connecticut Panthers – 32

Inglewood (CA) Blackhawks – 15

GAME MVP’s

            Connecticut Panthers                          QB                   Rich Snowden

Connecticut Panthers                          DL                    David Reese

Connecticut Panthers                          RB                   Shante Wynn

Inglewood (CA) Blackhawks              MLB                 J. R. White

 

TANGERINE BOWL – NFE AA NATIONAL CHAMMPIONSHIP

The first half of the Tangerine Bowl was a defensive battle with the only score coming in the closing moments of the half. Half Time score was Orlando Rage – 7   Carolina (NC) Thundering Herd – 0.

Each team scored a touchdown in the second half. The game had a very exciting ending with the Herd on the Rage 1 yard line as time expired.

FINAL SCORE:            Orlando Rage – 13

Carolina (NC) Thundering Herd – 7

GAME MVP’s

Orlando Rage                                      RB                   Levi Raines

Orlando Rage                                      WR                  Willie Fields

Orlando Rage                                      QB                   Pee Jay Jack

Carolina (NC) Thundering Herd           DE                    Francois Semmell

Carolina (NC) Thundering Herd           QB                   Dandre Hopper

 

FLORIDA BOWL – NFE AA SPRING VS. FALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

The first half of the Florida Bowl had a lot of offensive yardage. However, it was always negated by turnovers by both teams. The only score was a 37 yard field goal by Kyle Magee of the Orlando Phantoms in the 2nd quarter.

Mike Davis CB for the Phantoms intercepted a pass and went 20 yards for a touchdown in the 3rd quarter. QB Josh Rose threw an 11 yard touchdown pass for a score by the Phantoms in the 4th quarter. Larry Green of the Capital City (MI) Stealth caught an 8 yard touchdown pass in the 4th quarter.

FINAL SCORE –          Orlando Phantoms – 17

Capital City (MI) Stealth – 6

GAME MVP’s

            Orlando Phantoms                               RB                   Chris Perry

Orlando Phantoms                               QB                   Josh Rose

Capital City (MI) Stealth                       WR                  Leroy Green

Capital City (MI) Stealth                       DL                    Jimmy Porter

 

 

 

Congratulations to the 2014 League Champions. Many thanks to our source Joe Hulsebus; SemiProFootball.org. We look forward to an exciting 2015 season.
Summer Leagues
League Champion Runner Up
Amatuer Pro Developmental Georgia Ravens Alabama Trojans
American Developmental Grand Junction Gladiators Colorado Cougars
Colorado Football Conference Colorado Greyhawks Mile High Grizzlies
Crossroads Michigan Lightning Ohio Crush
Great Lakes Detroit Seminoles Muskegon Mustangs
Great Midwest Midwest Chargers Chicago Cardinals
Gridiron Developmental Central Penn Piranha OK City Bounty Hunters
Kentucky Football League Kentucky Pythons Derby City Thunder
Ironman Football League Rock Co. Rage West Allis Scorpions
Magnolia Football League Mississippi Raiders Pike Co. Iron Horse
Midwest Alliance Des Moines Blaze Sioux City Stampede
Midwest Football League Kansas Diamonbacks Sugar Creek Shockers
Midwest Premier Fargo Invaders West Central Broncos
Midwest Premier II Sioux Falls Stallions Tri-City North Stars
Northeastern Alliance Troy’s Fighting Irish Lockport Rampage
Northern Elite St. Paul Pioneers Fox Valley Force
Northern Frontier Cincinnati Hawks Kentucky Warriors
Ohio Football League So. Ohio Buckeyes Zanesville Jets
Premier Amature So. Buffalo Celtics Columbus Fire
Royal Football League Illinois Gators Kankakee Chargers
SPF Monroe Co. Sting Oil Region Rampage
South Coast Atlanta Prime Metro Atlanta Horsemen
Western Washington Pierce Co. Bengals Puyallup Nation Kings
Fall Leagues
Atlantic Coast New Jersey Broncos Portsmouth Mustangs
Carolina Elite Richmond Co. Golden Bears Greenville Seminoles
Central Carolinas Carolina Thundering Herd Charlotte Colts
Eastern Football League Worcester Mass Fury Taunton Gladiators
Empire Football League Plattsburgh North Stars Watertown Red & Black
Five Star Brooklyn Seminoles NYC Harlem Gators
Independent Football League Frankford Chiefs Delaware Buckeyes
LaBelle Football League Inglewood Blackhawks So. Cal Coyotes
Major Football League New York Predators LeHigh Valley Storm
Mason Dixon Virginia Crusaders Northern Neck Rivermen
Mid States Racine Raiders Chicago Thunder
New England AAA Connecticut Panthers So. Maine Raging Bulls
New England AA Rhode Island Wardogs Cent Mass Sabercats
New England A Brass City Brawlers So. New England Rage
Pacific Coast Desert Chiefs Cent Coast Seminoles
Triboro Football League Bronx Colts Bridgeport Ravens
True Football League Prince Wm. Monarchs Cent Maryland Bills
Wisconsin State Door Co. Destroyers Sheboygan Co. Rebels

 

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2014 NATIONAL FOOTBALL EVENTS COACHES POLL 

2014 FINAL TOP 30 Jan. 25, 2015
Team League Record
1 CT Panthers New England 16-1
2 Inglewood (CA) Blackhawks La Belle 16-1
3 Racine (WI) Raiders Mid States 14-0
4 Virginia Crusaders Mason Dixon 13-0
5 St Paul (MN) Pioneers Northern Elite 12-1
6 Central Penn (PA) Piranha Gridiron Development 12-1
7 Des Moines (IA) Blaze Midwest Alliance 12-0
8 So Buffalo (NY) Celtics Premier Amatuer 11-0
9 Nashville (TN) Storm Gridiron Development 13-1
10 NY Predators Major 14-1
11 Detroit (MI) Seminoles Great Lakes 13-3
12 Puyallup (WA) Nation Kings W. Washington 12-1
13 Monroe Co (NY) Sting SPF 12-1
14 Worcester (MA) Fury Eastern 13-4
15 Brooklyn (NY) Seminoles Five Star 15-3
16 Metro Atlanta Horsemen South Coast 11-1
17 North Co.(CA) Cobras National Development 11-2
18 Muskegon (MI) Mustangs Great Midwest 10-3
19 So. Maine Raging Bulls New England 12-1
20 Kentucky Pythons Kentucky 13-1
21 Prince Wm (MD) Monarchs True 11-0
22 Ohio Golden Knights Premier Amateur 13-1
23 Pierce Co (WA) Bengals W. Washington 10-2
24 So Ohio Buckeyes Ohio 12-1
25 Midwest (MI) Chargers Great Midwest 11-3
26 Desert (CA) Chiefs Pacific Coast 10-1
27 Albany Metro Mallers Gridiron Development 10-4
28 Hollywood (CA) Stars Dev Professional 10-3
29 Troy’s (NY) Fighting Irish NE Alliance 11-1
30 Charlotte (NC) Colts Central Carolina 11-4
Northeast Region
Team League Record
1 CT Panthers New England 16-1
2 Central Penn (PA) Piranha Gridiron Development 12-1
3 So Buffalo (NY) Celtics Premier Amatuer 11-0
4 NY Predators Major 14-1
5 Monroe Co (NY) Sting SPF 12-1
6 Worcester (MA) Fury Eastern 13-4
7 Brooklyn (NY) Seminoles Five Star 15-3
8 So. Maine Raging Bulls New England 12-1
9 Albany Metro Mallers Gridiron Development 10-4
10 Troy’s (NY) Fighting Irish NE Alliance 11-1
11 New Jersey Broncos Altantic Coast 11-1
12 Lehigh Valley Storm Major 11-2
13 Lockport (NY) Rampage NE Alliance 12-1
14 Plattsburgh (NY) North Stars Empire 8-1
Midwest Region
Team League Record
1 Racine (WI) Raiders Mid States 14-0
2 Detroit (MI) Seminoles Great Lakes 13-3
3 Muskegon (MI) Mustangs Great Midwest 10-3
4 Ohio Golden Knights Premier Amateur 13-1
5 So Ohio Buckeyes Ohio 12-1
6 Lincoln-Way (IL) Patriots Mid States 9-3
7 So MI Timberwolves Great Lakes 12-2
8 Cincinnati (OH) Hawks No Frontier 12-2
9 Rock Co (WI) Rage Ironman 12-1
10 Illinois Cowboys Great Midwest 14-4
11 Michigan Lightning Crossroads 12-4
12 Chicago (IL) Cardinals Great Midwest 13-3
13 Ohio Crush Crossroads 13-2
14 Illinois Gators Royal 10-1
Central Region
Team League Record
1 St Paul (MN) Pioneers Northern Elite 12-1
2 Des Moines (IA) Blaze Midwest Alliance 12-0
3 Kentucky Pythons Kentucky 13-1
4 Midwest (MO) Chargers Great Midwest 11-3
5 Oklahoma Thunder Gridiron Development 8-1
6 Missouri Cyclones Great Midwest 11-1
7 Oklahoma City Bounty Hunters Gridiron Development 6-3
8 Kansas Diamondbacks Midwest 9-2
9 Kentucky Warriors No. Frontier 11-3
10 Sugar Creek (MO )   Shockers Midwest 10-3
11 Derby City (KY) Thunder Kentucky 8-3
12 St Louis (MO) Bulldogs Gridiron Development 7-4
Southeast Region
Team League Record
1 Virginia Crusaders Mason Dixon 13-0
2 Nashville (TN) Storm Gridiron Development 13-1
3 Metro Atlanta Horsemen South Coast 11-1
4 Prince Wm (MD) Monarchs True 11-0
5 Florida Falcons Gridiron Development 10-1
6 Charlotte (NC) Colts Central Carolina 11-4
7 East Alabama Predators Gridiron Development 11-1
8 Greenville (SC) Seminoles Carolina Elite 9-1
9 Northern Neck (VA) Rivermen Mason Dixon 10-3
10 Hampton Roads Redskins Gridiron Development 10-2
11 Richmond Co (NC) Golden Bears Carolina Elite 9-2
12 Atlanta (GA) Prime South Coast 8-1
13 Carolina (NC) Thundering Herd Central Carolina 8-4
14 So Carolina Venom Gridiron Development 8-1
West Region
Team League Record
1 Inglewood Blackhawks LaBelle 16-1
2 Puyallup (WA) Nation Kings W. Washington 12-1
3 North Co.(CA) Cobras National Development 11-2
4 Pierce Co (WA) Bengals W. Washington 10-2
5 Desert (CA) Chiefs Pacific Coast 10-1
6 Hollywood (CA) Stars Dev Professional 10-3
7 So California Coyotes LaBelle 7-2
8 Vegas Trojans La Belle 7-3
9 So California Spartans Pacific Coast 7-2
10 Central Coast (CA) Seminoles Pacific Coast 6-3

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