Tangerine Bowl VI Florida Bowl X
Augusta (GA) Ducks 30 Orlando (FL) Phantoms 30
Mass State Wolverines 6 Rutherford Co. (NC) Raiders 22
North American Bowl
Albany (NY) Metro Mallers 38
Midwest (MO) Chargers 6
Palm Bowl XI Orange Blossom Bowl IX
So. Michigan Timberwolves 25 So. Lakes (WI) Blue Devils 24
New York Rebels 24 Kings (OH) Comets 22
Orange Blossom Bowl VIII Palm Bowl X
Portsmouth (OH) Warriors 20 Columbus (OH) Fire 49
Toledo (OH) Thunder 15 DMV Elite 0
North American Bowl XI
Brooklyn (NY) Seminoles 54
Ohio Golden Knights 25
Tangerine Bowl V Florida Bowl XI
Detroit (MI) Ravens 27 Orlando (FL) Phantoms 28
Orlando (FL) Rage 6 Catawba (NC) Hornets 24
Orange Blossom Bowl VIII Palm Bowl IX
Brass City (CT) Brawlers 34 Worcester Mass Fury 48
Michigan Lightning 27 OT West Michigan Force 13
North American Bowl X
Connecticut Panthers 32
Inglewood (CA) Blackhawks 15
Tangerine Bowl IV Florida Bowl X
Orlando (FL) Rage 13 Orlando (FL) Phantoms 17
Carolina (NC) Thundering Herd 7 Capital City (MI) Steakth 6
Tangerine Bowl III Palm Bowl VIII
Worcester Mass Fury 37 Connecticut Panters 21
Arbutus (MD) Big Red 0 Columbus (OH) Fire 20
North American Bowl IX
Brooklyn (NY) Seminoles 30
Catawba (NC) Hornets 13
Florida Bowl IX Orange Blossom Bowl VII
Orlando (FL) Phantoms 17 Capital City (MI) Stealth 22
Richmond County (NC) Golden Bears 8 Pioneer Valley (MA) Knights 12
Florida Bowl VIII Palm Bowl VII
Orlando (FL) Rage 28 Brooklyn (NY) Seminoles 38
Catawba (NC) Hornets 24 Orlando (FL) Phantoms 0
North American Bowl VIII
West Mass Warriors 20
New York Predators 7
Tangerine Bowl II Orange Blossom Bowl VI
Bay Area (FL) Pirates 34 Tri State (OH) Sharks 20
Hudson County (NJ) Bounty Hunters 27 Capital City (MI) Stealth 18
Florida Bowl VII Palm Bowl VI
Orlando (FL) Phantoms 7 Hudson Co. (NJ) Bounty Hunters 42
Lowell (MA) Nor’Easter 0 Kentucky Wolverines 0
North American Bowl VII
Inglewood (CA) Blackhawks 34
New York Predators 31
Tangerine Bowl Orange Blossom Bowl IV
Western Mass Warriors 20 Michigan Vikings 42
Detroit Diesel 0 Prince William (VA) Monarchs 12
Palm Bowl V Orange Blossom Bowl IV
Arbutus (MD) Big Red 16 Treasure Coast (FL) Bobcats 48
Lowell (MA) Nor’Easter 6 Virginia Spartans 30
North American Bowl V
New York Predators 20
New Jersey Buccaneers 0
Florida Bowl VI USA Bowl
Orlando (FL) Rage 57 DC Explosion 40
Burlington (WI) Blue Devils 13 Plattsburgh (NY) Northstars 8
Rice Bowl Palm Bowl IV
Florida Regulators 10 South Georgia Warriors 26
Florida Crusaders 9 Grand Rapids (MI) Thunder 23
North American Bowl IV
New Jersey Buccaneers 32
Lowell (MA) Nor’Easter 13
Florida Bowl V Orange Blossom Bowl IV
Orlando (FL) Rage 14 Carolina (SC) Express 7
Columbus (OH) Fire 7 Watertown (NY) Red & Black 6
Florida Bowl IV Manatee Bowl II
Lowell (MA) Nor’Easter 20 Henry Co. (GA) Horseman 9
Hardin Co. (KY) Wolverines 16 Wauwatosa (WI) Spartans 0
North American Bowl III Orange Blossom Bowl II
Albany (NY) Metro Mallers 33 Sarasota (FL) Millionaires 20
Prince William (VA) Monarchs 8 North West (PA) Giants 0
Palm Bowl III USO Benefit Bowl
Orlando (FL) Rage 21 Carolina (SC) Express 28
Georia Xtreme 20 Orlando (FL) Rage Team B 9
Florida Bowl III Palm Bowl II
Fort Pierce (FL) Fire 24 Georgia Xtreme 20
Lowell (MA) Nor’Easter 0 Orlando (FL) Rage 5
North American Bowl II
Prince William (VA) Monarchs 6
Brooklyn (NY) Mariners 0
Treasure Coast Bowl Orange Blossom Bowl
Monroe Co. (NY) Sting 24 St. Petersburg (FL) Sharks 48
Atlanta (GA) Prime 0 Ocala (FL) Peppers 6
Manatee Bowl Florida Bowl II
San Diego (CA) Thunder 19 Milwaukee (WI) Bulldogs 10
Conshohocken (PA) Steelers 16 Fort Pierce (FL) Fire 0
North American Bowl Palm Bowl
Brooklyn (NY) Mariners 27 Ocala (FL) Peppers 34
First Coast (FL) Generals 0 Georgia Gladiators 6
National Championship Florida Bowl
Brooklyn (NY) Mariners 33 Fort Pierce (FL) Fire 29
So. California Steelers 0 Greenville (GA) Knights 16
Central NY Express 44
Detroit (MI) Seminoles 31
2016 Game Stories
Tangerine Bowl IV – NFE AA Championship
The Tangerine Bowl was an exciting game featuring two evenly matched competitive teams.
The first half had plenty of offense but only 2 TDs. Half time score Portsmouth Warriors 8 Toledo Thunder 6
The 4th quarter began with Portsmouth scoring a TD. Exactly 3 1/2 minutes later the Thunder
also scored. Then with just 51 seconds left in the game a 45 yard FG by the Thunder put them
in the lead for the first time in the game. With just 11 seconds left the Warriors responded wit a
55 yard TD pass to win the game .
Final Score Portsmouth Warriors 20 Toledo Thunder 15
Justin Lunsford QB Portsmouth Warriors
Jermaine Payton WR Portsmouth Warriors
Luke Brown RB Portsmouth Warriors
Rickey Johnson WR Toledo Thunder
D J Tucker QB Toledo Thunder
Gerry Phillips K Toledo Thunde
Palm Bowl IX – NFE AAA Championship
The Columbus Fire established the tempo of the Palm Bowl with a 64 yard TD pass play on the first
play of the game .After intercepting a DMV Elite pass on their first possession, Columbus kicked a 22
yard FG . Two more interceptions by the Fire led to 2 more TDs during the first half.
Half time score Columbus Fire 29 DMV ELITE 0
The second half continued with the Fire dominating play. They scored 3 more TDs . One by a run, one
by a pass and also a 77 yard punt return.
Final score Columbus 49 DMV Elite 0
Brandon Hanna QB Columbus Fire
Mike Tatum WR Columbus Fire
Mickale Wiggins LB Columbus Fire
Alan McPherson G Columbus Fire
Antonio McCray RB DMV Elite
North American Bowl IX – USFA AAA National Championship
The first score of the North American Bowl was a 27 yard FG by the Ohio Golden Knights. The Brooklyn
Seminoles responded by taking the following kickoff deep into the Knights territory. 4 plays later RB Ty
Brown scored the first of his 3 TDs in the first half. One of his scores came after the Knights fumbled a
kickoff with the Seminoles recovering, 3 plays later Brown ran in from the 2 yard line.
Half time score Brooklyn Seminoles 28 Ohio Golden Knights 3
In the second half each team scored 3 TDs. Brooklyn maintained a 20 point advantage thru the second half.
Final score Brooklyn Seminoles 54 Ohio Golden Knights 25
Ty Brown RB Brooklyn Seminoles
Jerol Wilson QB Brooklyn Seminoles
Jimmy Martinez LT Brooklyn Seminoles
Vinnie Cirrincione K Brooklyn Seminoles
Marquelo Suel QB Ohio Golden Knights
Orange Blossom Bowl VIII – USFA AA National Championship
The first half of the Orange Blossom Bowl featured two strong defenses continually stopping their opponents
drives. Halfway thru the second quarter the Detroit Ravens scored with a 56 yard, 7 play drive for the only score
of the first half. Half time score Detroit Ravens 8 Orlando Rage 0
In the middle of the 3rd quarter each team scored TD. With 1:35 left in the 3rd quarter the Ravens took advantage
of ashort kickoff by the Rage and scored quickly with a 46 yard TD pass. In the 4th quarter the Ravens scored
again with a 63 yard punt return for the final score.
Final score Detroit Ravens 27 Orlando Rage 6
Ed Thomas QB Detroit Ravens
Jose Morris WR Detroit Ravens
Daniel Johnson OL/DL Detroit Ravens
Thomas Shariff RB Orlando Ravens
Florida Bowl X – NFE AA Spring/Fall Championship
The Florida Bowl featured two quality, competitively matched teams. Each team scored a TD during the first quarter.
Catawba Hornets scored early in the 2nd quarter on a 63 yard pass play .The Orlando Phantoms took the kickoff
back to the Hornets 21 yard line. The Hornets held and the Phantoms kicked a 24 yard FG.
Half time score Catawba Hornets 12 Orlando Phantoms 9
The Phantoms controlled the 3rd quarter with 2 TDs. On the last play of the 3rd quarter the Hornets scored on a
67 yard TD pass making the score Orlando 21 the Hornets 18. Each team picked up another TD in the 4th quarter.
Final score Orlando Phantoms 28 Catawba Hornets 24
Torrence Brown QB Orlando Phantoms
Chris Perry WR Orlando Phantoms
Chris Berrian WR Orlando Phantoms
Curtis Edens QB Catawba Hornets
Lance Lewis WR Catawba
2015 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
Brass City (CT) BrawlersQBDave Gonder
Brass City (CT) BrawlersWRSteve Dunbar
Michigan LightningDEEdison Vushaj
PALM BOWL – NFE AAA 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
Worcester Mass FuryRBWill Earley
Worcester Mass FuryQBCorey Spencer
Worcester Mass FuryRBBrett Ancil
West Michigan ForceLBMarcus 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
Connecticut PanthersQBRich Snowden
Connecticut PanthersDLDavid Reese
Connecticut PanthersRBShante Wynn
Inglewood (CA) BlackhawksMLBJ. R. White
TANGERINE BOWL – NFE AA 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
Orlando RageRBLevi Raines
Orlando RageWRWillie Fields
Orlando RageQBPee Jay Jack
Carolina (NC) Thundering Herd DEFrancois Semmell
Carolina (NC) Thundering HerdQBDandre Hopper
FLORIDA BOWL – NFE AA SPRING VS. FALL 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
Orlando PhantomsRBChris Perry
Orlando PhantomsQBJosh Rose
Capital City (MI) StealthWRLeroy Green
Capital City (MI) StealthDLJimmy Porter
2014 NBW Game Stories
Tangerine Bowl – AAA East Coast Championship
The first scores of the Tangerine Bowl were in the second quarter. The Worcester Mass Fury had two TD passes. QB Corey Spencer connected twice with WR Keenan Collins. On the last play of the first half, the Fury kicked a 35 yard field goal to make the score 16-0.
The Fury had 3 more TD passes in the second half. Spencer completed two of them to WR Luke McCaffrey and one to RB Kamani Jones. Erich Perfetti converted all three PAT.
Final ScoreWorcester Mass Fury – 37Arbutus Big Red – 0
Corey SpencerQBWorcester Mass Fury
Keenan CollinsWRWorcester Mass Fury
Luke McCaffreyWRWorcester Mass Fury
Mark GrocciaCWorcester Mass Fury
Andrew NollDLArbutus Big Red
Tony BoydDBArbutus Big Red
Palm Bowl – NFE AAA National Championship
The Columbus Fire scored on the third play of the game with an 81 yard pass play. They scored again half way thru the second quarter going 51 yards in 7 plays.
The CT Panthers scored with 4:30 left in the half. The Fire responded on the next possession with a 8 play drive to score again. With 0:04 left the Panthers scored using 5 plays. Half Time Score: Columbus Fire – 20 CT Panthers – 14
The final score came on the first play of the fourth quarter. The Panthers went 55 yards in 7 plays. The PAT was good and they took the lead for the first time.
Final Score: Ct. Panthers – 21Columbus Fire – 20
David ReeseDECT Panthers
Jamie BryantWRCT Panthers
Akwon ShabazzWRCT Panthers
Antwaun GibbsQBColumbus Fire
Maurice DouseRBColumbus Fire
North American Bowl – USFA AAA National Championship
The Brooklyn Seminoles scored first by sacking the Catawba Hornets in the end zone for a safety. The Seminoles got the first TD by returning a punt to the 7 yard line and scoring on the next play. The Hornets scored on a 14 yd pass play after recovering a fumble by the Seminoles on a punt return. Half Time Score: Brooklyn Seminoles – 9 Catawba Hornets – 7
The Hornets took the lead with a 35 yard interception returned for a TD. The Seminoles controlled the balance of the second half. They scored on a 50 yard pass play and also a 20 yard pass play. They added another TD with a 7 play drive in the 4th quarter.
Final Score: Brooklyn Seminoles – 30Catawba Hornets – 13
Lenny GonalezWRBrooklyn Seminoles
Gerald WilsonQBBrooklyn Seminoles
Evan FinelyDLBrooklyn Seminoles
Chris SpikesDBCatawba Hornets
Contrall WilliamsonWRCatawba Hornets
Florida Bowl – Spring vs Fall Championship
The first half featured the Orlando Phantoms controlling the ball with a number of multiple play drives. However, the Richmond Co. Golden Bears defense would not let them score. On the final play of the first half Orlando kicked a 27 yard field goal.
The Phantoms scored on a 55 yard punt return. The Hornets scored on a 65 year pass play. The final score came with 2:08 left in the game as Orlando swept the left end for a 10 yard TD.
Final Score: Orlando Phantoms – 17 Richmond Co. Golden Bears – 8
Chris PerryDB/RBOrlando Phantoms
Josh RoseQBOrlando Phantoms
Antonio RichardsWROrlando Phantoms
Mike StrongDLRichmond Co. Golden Bears
Ross TillmanWR/DBRichmond Co. Golden Bears
Orange Blossom Bowl – USFA AA National Championship
The Capital City Stealth scored first with a 10 play drive with 9:00 left in the first quarter. The Pioneer Valley Knights recovered a fumble and put together an 8 play drive for a TD. With 0:32 left in the first half, the Stealth scored making the half time score, Capital City Stealth -13 Pioneer Valley Knights – 6.
The only score in the 3rd quarter was Capital City sacking the QB in the end zone for a safety. Pioneer Valley took advantage of a bad punt snap by Capital City. They scored 4 plays later brining the score to 15 to 12. The final score came with 9:12 left in the game on a 5 yard run by Capital City.
Final Score: Capital City Stealth – 22Pioneer Valley Knights – 13
Demetrius AddisonRBCapital City Stealth
Leroy GreenRBCapital City Stealth
Darin TylerCCapital City Stealth
Marquis BraceLBPioneer Valley Knights
Derrick WhitleyDBPioneer Valley Knights
2013 NBW GAMES
Orange Blossom Bowl – Spring vs Fall Championship
The first score in the Orange Blossom Bowl came with 7:45 left in the first quarter. Tri State Sharks QB Chris Stanford finished a 7 play drive with a 16 yard pass completion. The Sharks scored again with a 10 play 60 yard drive culminating with a 20 yard TD pass by Stanford. With just 38 seconds left in the first half, Capital City Stealth QB Klinton Koonter hit WR Leroy Green with a 65 yard TD pass play. Half time score, Tri State Sharks 14, Capital City Stealth 6
Early in the third quarter LB Bryce Hadley of the Stealth intercepted a pass and returned it 45 yards to the Sharks 1 yard line. RB Brandon Dunn followed with the TD. The 2 point PAT failed and the Sharks lead 14 to 12. Five minutes into the forth quarter Sharks RB Justin Issacs went 54 yards for a TD. On the next possession the Stealth responded with a 23 yard TD pass from Koonter to Green once again. The 2 point PAT attempt failed.
Final ScoreTri State Sharks 20 Capital City Stealth 18
Chris Stanford, QBTri State Sharks
Justin Issacs, RBTri State Sharks
Raymond Huff, LBTri State Sharks
Klinton Koonter, QBCapital City Stealth
David Culham, LBCapital City Stealth
Leroy Green, WRCapital City Stealth
USFA AA National Championship
The Bay Area Pirates got on the scoreboard first at 2:49 left in the first quarter. QB Brian Koesling hit WR Gene Welch with a 6 yard TD pass. With 7:32 left in the second quarter, Hudson County Bounty Hunters CB Derel Williams intercepted a pass and returned it 45 yards for their first score. With just 24 seconds left in the first half, Hudson County RB Bryan Smith scored to cap a 7 play drive. Half time score – Hudson County 13, Bay Area 6,
In the third quarter Hudson County scored twice and Bay Area once to lead 27 to 12. In the fourth quarter Bay Area QB Koesling threw 2 TD passes. One to Welch again and one to WR Frankie Solomon. That gave Bay Area the lead 28 to 27. With 1:47 left in the game Bay Area intercepted a pass and went 18 yards for a TD.
Final Score Bay Area Pirates 34 Hudson County Bounty Hunters 27
Bryan Smith, RBHudson County Bounty Hunters
Derel Williams, CBHudson County Bounty Hunters
Frankie Solomon, WRBay Area Pirates
Mike Koesling,TEBay Area Pirates
Rashaun Fitts, WRBay Area Pirates
Brian Koesling, QBBay Area Pirates
Tangerine Bowl – NFE AA National Championship
The first score in the USFA AAA National Championship Game came with 5:01 left in the first quarter. West Mass Warriors QB Shawn Brady completed a 32 yard pass to WR Kertis Hussey. Brady then completed a 75 yard pass play to WR Chris Macharie on their next possession.
At the start of the 4th quarter, NY Predator QB Kasey Nunez completed a 9 yard pass to WR Kareen Moon. The score now 14 to 7. Five minutes later the Warriors responded with a 48 yard TD pass from Brady to Hussey again. The PAT was NG.
Final Score West Mass Warriors 20 NY Predators 7
Timmie Kelson, RBNY Predators
Kasey Nunez, QBNY Predators
Shawn Brady, QBWest Mass Warriors
Kertis Hussey, WRWest Mass Warriors
Derrick Hatwood, LBWest Mass Warriors
North American Bowl – USFA AAA National Championship
The Brooklyn Seminoles first score came on the opening possession of the Orlando Phantoms. They intercepted a pass and followed with an 8 play drive for a TD with only 2:11 elapsed on the scoreboard. The Seminoles scored 2 more TD’s in the first half. Half time score – Brooklyn Seminoles 18, Orlando Phantoms 0
The Seminoles were able to control the 2nd half with 3 more TD’s.
Final ScoreBrooklyn Seminoles 38 Orlando Phantoms 0
Josh Rose, QBOrlando Phantoms
Aaron Brown, WROrlando Phantoms
Ty Brown, RBBrooklyn Seminoles
Jerrod Wilson, QBBrooklyn Seminoles
Alvin Wilson, WRBrooklyn Seminoles
Windale Bates, DLBrooklyn Seminoles
Florida Bowl – North – South Championship
The Florida Bowl began with the Orlando Rage and the Catawba (NC) Hornets each scoring on long pass plays. With only 10 second left in the first half, the Orlando Rage scored to lead at half time by a score of 14 to 6.
In the second half Catawba scored twice to take the lead at 18 to 14. Orlando then capitalized by scoring after 2 Catawba turnovers to take the lead at 28 to 18. Catawba responded by taking a fumble recovery 78 yards for a TD with 3:07 left in the game.
Final ScoreOrlando Rage 28 Catawba Hornets 24
Brandon Streator, QBCatawba Hornets
Demario Garvin, WR Catawba Hornets
Preston McGann, WROrlando Rage
Rahmel King, DBOrlando Rage
Kyle Israel, QBOrlando Rage
Chip Babley, COrlando Rage
2012 NATIONAL BOWL WEEKEND GAMES
Featuring the 2011 AAA & AA National Championships.
The 7th annual Florida Bowl featured a Spring League Champion versus a perennial Fall League
powerhouse team from the highly regarded New England Football League.
The only score came at the start of the 4th quarter with the Phantoms scoring on a pass play.
The PAT was good.
Final Score: Phantoms 7 Nor’Easter 0
Raymond Darden TE
Tim Stanulonis DB
Cory Bougie P
Wes Sauvao OL/DL
LeRon Hall RB
Jarrel Kelley WR
The 6th annual Palm Bowl was the NFE AAA Championship. The Kentucky Wolverines were undefeated during regular season play in the Gridiron Development League and suffered their only loss in the playoffs to the Oklahoma Thunder. The Hudson Co. (NJ) Bounty Hunters won the USFA Harvest Bowl Championship and continued their winning ways with a strong, balanced attack in the Palm Bowl.
Final score: Bounty Hunters 42 Wolverines 0
Ryan Holmes QB
Charles Ransom WR
Darnell Williams WR
Windale Bates DL
Michael Skees DB
Marcus Commodore WR/K
North American Bowl
The 6th annual North American Bowl was the 23rd USFA National Championship. The game featured everything you would expect in such a prestigious game.
The New York Predators were last year’s National Champion and the Inglewood Blackhawks had an undefeated season and were certainly considered the “best in the West” the last three years.
There was hard hitting defense right from the opening series, along with stellar defensive play during the entire game. There were 8 touchdowns and 3 field goals. Half time had Inglewood with a 17 to 14 lead. The second half started with the Predators taking the lead and holding it until the Blackhawks scored a TD with 2:17 remaining in the game.
Final score: Blackhawks 34 Predators 31
New York Predators
Kasey Nunez QB
Shameek Champagne DB
Kareen Moon DB
Reggie Haynes QB
Solomon Jones WR/KR
Roy Otis LB
The inaugural Tangerine Bowl featured two Regional Tournament winners. The West Mass Warriors won the USFA Harvest Bowl 2 Tournament and the Detroit Diesel won the NFE Mid States East Tournament.
The Warriors scored on the opening possession with a 7-play drive for the first score. They lined up for a field goal and ran a surprise pass play for a touchdown. The PAT failed. In the second quarter the Warriors took advantage of a poor punt by the Diesel and scored 4 plays later. The scoring ended with 4:45 left in the game when the Warriors intercepted a pass and returned it for a touchdown.
Final score: Warriors 20 Detroit Diesels 0
Jamar King DE
Archez Marks OL
West Mass Warriors
Chris Borders QB
Ulysses Wannamaker DL
Vitaly Dzhenzherukha FS
Orange Blossom Bowl
The 5th annual Orange Blossom Bowl was the NFE AA National Championship and featured two Regional Tournament winners. The Michigan Vikings won the NFE Midwest Football Tournament and the Prince Wm (VA) Monarchs won the USFA Mid Atlantic Fall Classic. The Monarchs have a long history of successful seasons. The Vikings are a team on the rise in the Great Lakes Football League.
The scoring began with less than one minute played when the Monarchs scored on an 81-yard run for a TD. Less than 3 minutes later the Vikings responded with a 35 yard run for a TD. Over the next 15 minutes they each scored again, making it a 12 to 12 tie. However the Vikings defense finally stopped the Monarchs and the Viking put up 4 more touchdowns.
Final score: Vikings 42 Monarchs 12
Prince Wm Monarchs
Jeff Overton WR
Nick Ross QB
Everton Eastwood WR
Keith Marks, Sr. RB/K
Danny Lentz QB
Sean Foster WR
2011 Game Recaps
The 5th Annual PALM BOWL featured two teams who are perennial powerhouses in their respective leagues. The Arbutus Bid Red had the first possession and was held by the Lowell Nor’easters to 3 plays and out. However, Lowell fumbled the punt, with Arbutus recovering at the Nor’easter 26-yard line. Three plays later, Ryan McGowan kicked a 38-yard field goal.
With 1:10 left in the first quarter, Arbutus DB Mario Epps, intercepted a pass and returned it to the Lowell 45-yard line. On the next play RB Michael Corbett, Jr. ran 45-yards for a touchdown. McGowan made the P.A.T. Score was Arbutus 10 and Lowell 0.
To start the second half with only 2:45 off the clock Corbett, Jr. fielded a punt and went 70 yards for a touchdown. The P.A.T. failed. In the fourth quarter, Lowell QB Raul Brown threw a 39 yard touchdown pass to WR Mark Roberts. Final score was Arbutus 16 and Lowell 6
Arbutus (MD) Big Red16Lowell (MA) Nor’easter 6
Michael Corbett, Jr. RB Arbutus Big Red
Chris Degree QB/WR Lowell Nor’easter
Ryan McGowan DT/K Arbutus Big Red
Mark Roberts WR Lowell Nor’easter
Nino Sylia LB Arbutus Big Red
ORANGE BLOSSOM BOWL
The 6th Annual ORANGE BLOSSOM BOWL was an offensive show by both teams. The total of 78 points was the most ever scored during the National Bowl Weekend games.
In the first quarter, Treasure Coast Bobcats WR Harold Davis caught two touchdown passes. In the second quarter, the Bobcats scored 3 more times, one of them with Davis catching another Touchdown pass. During the second quarter the Virginia Spartans’ QB Darryl Overton also threw two touchdown passes. Half time score was Bobcats 34 and Spartans 12.
The second half had two touchdowns by Treasure Coast and three by Virginia. Overton threw two touchdown passes and rushed for one. Treasure Coast DB Roger Frazier intercepted a pass in the end zone and went 100 yards for a touchdown. Final score was Bobcats 48 and Spartans 30
Treasure Coast (FL) Bobcats48 Virginia Spartans 30
Harold Davis WR Treasure Coast Bobcats
Roger Frazier DB Treasure Coast Bobcats
Lasaun Davis QB reasure Coast Bobcats
Darryl Overton QB Virginia Spartans
NORTH AMERICAN BOWL
The 5th Annual NORTH AMERICAN BOWL was also the 22nd Annual United States Football Association National Championship.
The first half featured two very physical teams with only one field goal scored. With 5:29 left in the second quarter, Geoff Wolyliec kicked a 45-yarder. Score was Predators 3 and Buccaneers 0.
The first score of the second half came with 9:07 left in the 3rd quarter. Daquan Williams scored on a 1-yard run. The Predators then had a six play 48-yard drive that was highlighted with a 40-yard pass completion from QB Kasey Nunez to WR Harrison Tindall.
With 2:53 left in the 3rd quarter, Wolyliec kicked a 46-yard field goal. With 15 seconds left in the 3rd quarter, Constance Richardson recovered a fumble and went 30 yards for a touchdown and the final score of the game. Final score was NY Predators 20 NJ Buccaneers 0
NY Predators 20 NJ Buccaneers 0
Geoff Wolyliec. K NY Predators
Damian McCaig MLB NY Predators
Harrison Tindall WR NY Predators
Wendell Bates DL/OL NJ Buccaneers
The 6th Annual FLORIDA BOWL featured a high powered Orlando Rage offense who won the game 51 to 13. The Rage showed why they were the number 1 ranked team from the Winter/Spring NFE Power Rankings.
The Rage scored twice by running plays, twice by long passes, once on a punt return and also a field goal as time elapsed in the first half.
They started the second half with an 83 yard kick off return. Burlington also had an 87 yard kick off return in the first quarter. The Blue Devils never gave up and scored again in the 4th quarter. Final score was Orlando (FL) Rage 51 Burlington (WI) Blue Devils 13Orlando (FL)
Rage51Burlington (WI) Blue Devils 13
Dan Turcotte DL Orlando Rage
Jarrell Kelley KR Orlando Rage
Alvin Hudson LB Orlando Rage
John Porter DL Orlando Rage
Kevin Barrett WR Burlington Blue Devils
The DC Explosion won their 4th USA Bowl by featuring a balanced offensive attack. RB Darnell Dorsey had the first score with just 4 ½ minutes elapsed with an 8-yard run. With just 3 ½ minutes gone in the second quarter, QB Mitch Bullock complete a 92-yard touchdown pass play with RB Larry Graham. To finish the first half the North Stars tackled Larry Graham in the end zone for a safety. Half time score was DC Explosion 16 and Plattsburgh North Stars 2.
In the second half Graham ran 7 yards for a touchdown and Bullock had an 8-yard touchdown pass to WR Keith Nesbitt. DB, Edward Garnes, also had an 88-yard interception return for a touch down. The North Stars had the final score of the game with a 4 yard touchdown pass from QB Ken Stay to TE, Chris Fish. Final score was DC Explosion 40 Plattsburgh (NY) North Stars 8
DC Explosion 40 Plattsburgh (NY) North Stars 8
Larry Graham RB DC Explosion
Mitch Bullock QB DC Explosion
Samal Crawford OLDC Explosion
Dominique Williams DL DC Explosion
Tom Gallup OL Plattsburgh North Stars
Chris Fish TE/K Plattsburgh North Stars