FOLDED: Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz MOVED: Alabama Vipers to Georgia Force, Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings to New Orleans VooDoo RENAMED: Milwaukee Iron to Milwaukee Mustangs EXPANSION: Philadelphia Soul, San Jose Sabercats, Kansas City Command, Pittsburgh Power
LEAVING IFL (4): Saginaw Sting (sat out 2010 season, moved to UIFL), Abilene Ruff Riders (to SIFL), Corpus Christi Hammerheads (to SIFL), Sioux City Bandits (to APFL) FOLDED (3): River City Rage, Alaska Wild, Austin Turfcats INACTIVE (5): Billings Outlaws, Maryland Maniacs, Rochester Raiders, San Angelo Stampede Express, West Michigan ThunderHawks EXPANSION (3): Lehigh Valley Steelhawks, Bricktown (Oklahoma City) Brawlers, Nebraska Danger FROM AIFA (4): Reading Express, Arizona Adrenaline, Wyoming Calvary, Wenatchee Valley Venom MOVING (1): Arkansas Twisters to Allen Wranglers
FROM IFL (1): Saginaw Sting NEW FRANCHISE (5): Canton Cougars, Eastern Kentucky Drillers, Huntington Hammer, Johnstown Generals, Northern Kentucky River Monsters
FOLDING (3) : Wisconsin Wolfpack, Marion Mayhem, Fort Wayne Firehawks EXPANSION (3): Marion Blue Racers, Port Huron Predators, Indianapolis Enforcers CHANGING NAMES (1): Chicago Cardinals to Knights, Miami Valley Silverbacks to Dayton Silverbacks
SUNDAY MAY 22
CHICAGO 69, Dallas 57 (9535) - Russ Michna threw six TD passes, three to Reggie Gray, leading the Rush to a  victory in a Central Division showdown. Vigilantes QB Dan Raudabaugh threw five TD passes but also threw two interceptions, one that was returned 55 yards for a touchdown by Rush LB Kelvin Morris.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        9  1 0  637  436 Chicago             7  3 0  528  470
Orlando             6  3 0  495  457 Dallas              6  4 0  563  551
Georgia             5  5 0  559  529 Tulsa               4  6 0  426  464
Tampa Bay           4  6 0  441  532 Kansas City         3  7 0  491  551
New Orleans         2  8 0  400  518 Iowa                2  7 0  450  568
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           6  3 0  426  387 Arizona             8  2 0  609  476
Pittsburgh          5  4 0  421  439 Utah                5  4 0  582  552
MILWAUKEE           3  6 0  395  444 San Jose            5  5 0  590  579
Philadelphia        3  7 0  517  565 Spokane             4  6 0  562  561
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Jacksonville, Tampa Bay)
THURSDAY MAY 26
Orlando 35, MILWAUKEE 30 (3348) - Nick Hill threw four TDs, including two to T.T. Toliver, as the Predators held on. Toliver's TD reception with 10:03 left gave the Preds the lead, 28-24. Bobby Sippio's TD catch extended the lead to 11. Milwaukee reduced its deficit to five points on Marcus Everett's 5-yard TD catch with 50 seconds left.
FRIDAY MAY 27
PHILADELPHIA 70, New Orleans 49 (7626) - New Orleans was led by PJ Berry with 270 all-purpose yards and three TDs, including a 55-yard KO return.  Matt Jackson and Alvin Jackson returned interceptions for TDs for the VooDoo, but it wouldn’t be enough as New Orleans had 147 yards of offense to Philadelphia’s 309.
IOWA 50, Utah 48 (7884) - The Barnstormers snapped a six-game losing streak in J.T. Smith’s first game as head coach. The Blaze scored on seven of its first eight possessions, but was held scoreless in the fourth. After the game, Utah coach Ron James was taken to a hospital because he felt chest pains.
CHICAGO 49, Tulsa 48 (7350) - With no time left, Rush QB Russ Michna leapt over the Tulsa defense and scored a late rushing TD as the Rush extended their win streak to three games. After a late TD by Talons WR Trent Shelton with three minutes left in regulation, Michna worked his way down to the opposing goal line.
SATURDAY MAY 28
KANSAS CITY 45, Spokane 42 (3870) - A furious comeback by the Shock fell short when Brian Umstead kicked a 23-yard FG as time expired to lift the Command, who were scoreless in the fourth quarter until the field goal. The Shock trailed 42-27 after three quarters before rallying to even the score.
Pittsburgh 76, DALLAS 75 (9876) - Dallas' Remy Hamilton missed a 32-yard FG as time expired. Vigilantes QB Dan Raudabaugh, who finished with 433 yards and 10 TDs, got Dallas within one after a 22-yard pass to DeAndrew Rubin with 10 seconds left, but the 2-point conversion attempt failed. Dallas recovered the onside kick.
ARIZONA 63, Cleveland 42 (7987) - Arizona QB Nick Davila completed 25 of 30 passes for 263 yards and eight TDs. His only interception didn't hurt the Rattlers, with the way they defended. They continually got in QB Kurt Rocco's face, deflecting two passes that were intercepted. DL Kyle Harrington twice sacked Rocco.
Georgia 55, SAN JOSE 49 (10231) - When Mark Grieb's last-second TD pass to Scott Schoettgen was nullified by a holding penalty, San Jose had lost four straight for the first time in franchise history. Each time, San Jose has either been ahead or trailed by no more than a TD in the final 30 seconds before giving up the decisive score.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        9  1 0  637  436 Chicago             8  3 0  577  518
Orlando             7  3 0  530  487 Dallas              6  5 0  638  627
Georgia             6  5 0  614  578 Tulsa               4  7 0  474  513
Tampa Bay           4  6 0  441  532 Kansas City         4  7 0  536  593
New Orleans         2  9 0  449  588 Iowa                3  7 0  500  616
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           6  4 0  468  450 Arizona             9  2 0  672  518
Pittsburgh          6  4 0  497  514 Utah                5  5 0  630  602
Philadelphia        4  7 0  587  614 San Jose            5  6 0  639  634
MILWAUKEE           3  7 0  425  479 Spokane             4  7 0  604  606
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Spokane, Tulsa)
FRIDAY JUNE 3
PHILADELPHIA 39, Milwaukee 37 (7681) - Donovan Morgan caught a 4-yard TD on the final play for the Soul. The play came on a desperation flip from Ryan Vena, who overcame a sluggish start to lead the Soul to its second consecutive win. Mykel Benson scored on a 4-yard run with 55 seconds left to give the Mustangs a 37-33 lead.
Jacksonville 62, NEW ORLEANS 55 (8500) - The AFL's top defense forced four turnovers, Aaron Garcia threw five TD passes and Kirby Griffin added four TD runs, but the Sharks needed to survive a fourth-quarter surge by New Orleans for their 10th straight win. New Orleans benched QB D Bryant in favor of Danny Wimprine just before half.
SATURDAY JUNE 4
Chicago 58, KANSAS CITY 30 (3635) - Led by defensive back Vic Hall’s 3 interceptions, the Rush won their fourth straight. Hall broke the AFL record of 13 interceptions in a season. The Rush broke away in the fourth quarter on a 28-7 scoring binge to seal the win. QB Russ Michna finished 20-for-28 for 243 yards and 6 TDs.
PITTSBURGH 35, Cleveland 32 (9066) - QB Bernard Morris accounted for 274 total yards with three passing TDs, and wide receiver Jason Willis had two TD receptions to lift the Power to its fourth straight winAn interception thrown by QB Kurt Rocco with 58 seconds to play ended the Gladiators' hopes of holding onto the division lead.
GEORGIA 60, Tampa Bay 49 (4023) - The Force held Tampa Bay to 10 first-half points and never trailed en route to the win. After a low-scoring first half, both teams got cooking in the usual fast-paced AFL style of football as the two teams combined for 74 points in the final 30 minutes. But Georgia had built a 15-point halftime lead.
Orlando 77, IOWA 61 (8279) - Orlando QB Nick Hill threw eight TD passes, six to Bobby Sippio. T.T. Toliver and Josh Bush also caught TD passes for the Preds, who won their fourth in a row. The Preds had five interceptions, including three by Travis Coleman. Rayshaun Kizer intercepted two, including returning one 30 yards for a TD.
DALLAS 70, San Jose 57 (8463) - San Jose QB Mark Grieb left the game late in the third quarter after he dived for a loose ball and was kicked in the helmet. The Cats replaced Grieb, who has passed for more than 40,000 yards, with rookie McLeod Bethel-Thompson, who had thrown one pass in his pro career, and lost their fifth straight.
Arizona 72, UTAH 37 (7997) - Rattlers QB Nick Davila completed 7 of 13 passes for 79 yards and three TDs, twice finding WR Rod Windsor. Backup QB Trevor Harris found Windsor for two of his TDs. Utah offensive coordinator Matthew Sauk took over as head coach while Ron James recovers from an undisclosed health concern.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville       10  1 0  699  491 Chicago             9  3 0  635  548
Orlando             8  3 0  607  548 Dallas              7  5 0  708  684
Georgia             7  5 0  674  627 Tulsa               4  7 0  474  513
Tampa Bay           4  7 0  490  592 Kansas City         4  8 0  566  651
New Orleans         2 10 0  504  650 Iowa                3  8 0  561  693
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Pittsburgh          7  4 0  532  546 Arizona            10  2 0  744  555
Cleveland           6  5 0  500  485 Utah                5  6 0  667  674
Philadelphia        5  7 0  626  651 San Jose            5  7 0  696  704
MILWAUKEE           3  8 0  462  518 Spokane             4  7 0  604  606
WEEK FOURTEEN (Bye - San Jose, Chicago, Dallas, New Orleans)
FRIDAY JUNE 10
SPOKANE 75, Philadelphia 54 (8972) - QB Erik Meyer made his first AFL start and helped lead Spokane to its highest point total of the season. Meyer finished the night passing for 332 yards and seven touchdowns. After posting only seven points in the first quarter, the Soul came back and scored 21 points to get back in the game.
SATURDAY JUNE 11
CLEVELAND 62, Georgia 48 (5029) - The Gladiators snapped a two-game losing streak, improving to 5-1 at home. Gladiators QB Kurt Rocco threw for 212 yards and six TDs and was not intercepted. Cleveland's defense intercepted three passes, including one returned for a score, and made a goal-line stand.
TAMPA BAY 62, Pittsburgh 55 (11756) - The Power's four-game winning streak ended, as three second-half turnovers cost them. Pittsburgh led, 48-46, early in the fourth quarter before the Storm scored the next 16 points, fueled by mistakes by QB Bernard Morris, who passed for 335 yards and seven touchdowns.
Jacksonville 68, ORLANDO 67 (12356) - Aaron Garcia, the 40-year-old marvel, threw eight TD passes, but it was a deflected pass by Terrance Smith on a last-gasp two-point conversion that clinched the win. Orlando scored on a 33-yard TD pass with seven seconds left, but Nick Hill's two-point pass for the win was knocked away by Smith.
MILWAUKEE 54, Kansas City 34 (5249) - The Command’s Steven Savoy kept getting into the end zone, but it wasn’t quite enough. Milwaukee was up 31-28 after three quarters, but 23 fourth-quarter points by the Mustangs put the game away. Savoy rushed for only 8 total yards, but he had three rushing TDs and caught a pass for a TD.
TULSA 81, Utah 51 (4940) - The Blaze suffered their third consecutive loss, despite Chris Bocage returning the opening kickoff 55-yards for a TD. Tulsa led at the half, 41-33, then LB Jamar Ransom recovered a fumble by QB Tommy Grady in the third, returning it for a TD. Grady completed 26-of-36 passes for 344 yards and seven TDs.
ARIZONA 61, Iowa 41 (8664) - The Rattlers had six players score TDs, and QB Nick Davila was efficient, completing 20 of 28 passes for 268 yards and seven touchdowns. Fullback Odie Armstrong had a banner night. He set the franchise record for single-season rushing yards (231) and rushing touchdowns in a season (16).
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville       11  1 0  767  558 Chicago             9  3 0  635  548
Orlando             8  4 0  674  616 Dallas              7  5 0  708  684
Georgia             7  6 0  722  689 Tulsa               5  7 0  555  564
Tampa Bay           5  7 0  552  647 Kansas City         4  9 0  600  705
New Orleans         2 10 0  504  650 Iowa                3  9 0  602  754
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Pittsburgh          7  5 0  587  608 Arizona            11  2 0  805  596
Cleveland           7  5 0  562  533 Utah                5  7 0  718  755
Philadelphia        5  8 0  680  726 San Jose            5  7 0  696  704
MILWAUKEE           4  8 0  516  552 Spokane             5  7 0  679  660
WEEK FIFTEEN
FRIDAY JUNE 17
Tulsa 48, PHILADELPHIA 42 (8140) - Soul QB Brandon Kirsch was starting his first game as a professional QB and threw three first-half interceptions. Justin Allgood threw six TDs in his second consecutive strong game for the Talons. Allgood started the season with the Soul before a midseason trade sent him to Tulsa.
TAMPA BAY 46, Orlando 44 (11151) - The Storm defeated archrival Orlando to win their fourth game in the past five weeks. In the 48th installment of the rivalry, the series is tied at 24. Orlando scored 21 consecutive points in the fourth and had 18 seconds left to try to take the lead, but with no remaining timeouts, ran out of time.
GEORGIA 58, New Orleans 47 (4009) - The host Force created four turnovers and turned them into 24 points, allowing Georgia to win despite only 179 yards of offense. Special teams were also big for the Force, who got 189 return yards from C.J. Johnson, including a 56-yard kickoff return for a TD. QB Brett Elliott threw for six TDs.
SATURDAY JUNE 18
JACKSONVILLE 62, Milwaukee 47 (10120) - QB Andy Garcia shredded the Milwaukee defense to the tune of six TD passes as the Sharks won their 12th-straight game, kept its streak alive of surpassing 50 points in every game this season, and secured a spot in the playoffs.
Dallas 65, IOWA 55 (8059) - Iowa once again fell behind early and was unable to recover. Dallas jumped out to a quick 20-7 first quarter lead, as QB Dan Raudabaugh threw for 3 touchdowns. Raudabaugh had an impressive performance, going 16 of 26 for 254 yards and seven touchdowns.
UTAH 81, Pittsburgh 40 (9096) - Playing without injured QB Bernard Morris, Pittsburgh struggled from the onset. QB Kevin McCabe started and threw a TD pass but fumbled twice on the opening three possessions. Both miscues led to Utah TDs. In less than a quarter, Pittsburgh found itself in a 21-6 hole.
ARIZONA 64, San Jose 57 (9397) - San Jose had a 14-point lead with 1:29 remaining in the third quarter, but the Rattlers scored four of the game's final five touchdowns. Former SaberCat Jason Geathers caught the winning touchdown pass, a 12-yarder from Nick Davila with 10 seconds remaining to give Arizona the victory.
SPOKANE 63, Chicago 60 (9499) - Chicago was seeking a fifth straight victory, but lost QB Russ Michna to injury and fell to the Shock. Michna was 13-of-18 for 161 yards and four TDs, but did not play in the second half because of an undisclosed injury. Backup Dominic Randolph threw for 113 yards and four TDs in the second half.
SUNDAY JUNE 19
KANSAS CITY 50, Cleveland 41 (3938) - Entering play with a half-game lead in the American East, the Gladiators committed 13 penalties for 80 yards and never led in the second half. Trailing 26-21, Kurt Rocco was intercepted on the first drive of the second half, which allowed Kansas City to establish a two-score lead.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville       12  1 0  829  605 Chicago             9  4 0  695  611
Orlando             8  5 0  718  662 Dallas              8  5 0  773  739
Georgia             8  6 0  780  736 Tulsa               6  7 0  603  606
Tampa Bay           6  7 0  598  691 Kansas City         5  9 0  650  746
New Orleans         2 11 0  551  708 Iowa                3 10 0  657  819
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           7  6 0  603  583 X-Arizona          12  2 0  869  653
Pittsburgh          7  6 0  762  689 Utah                6  7 0  799  795
Philadelphia        5  9 0  722  774 Spokane             6  7 0  742  720
MILWAUKEE           4  9 0  563  614 San Jose            5  8 0  753  768
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK SIXTEEN
FRIDAY JUNE 24
UTAH 61, Kansas City 60 (9270) - Caesar Rayford blocked a game-tying PAT in the final minute to help the Blaze preserve their lead. Utah remains tied for fourth place in the National Conference and in the hunt for the playoffs. Tommy Grady and his receiving corps combined for eight TDs. The teams were tied 33-33 at halftime.
SATURDAY JUNE 25
JACKSONVILLE 66, Tampa Bay 41 (10517) - Tampa Bay led 21-14 after the first quarter, but was outscored 45-13 entering the fourth. Jacksonville QB Aaron Garcia led the league's top offense with 228 yards and nine TDs while setting the AFL's all-time record in completions. Storm QB Brian Zbydniewski threw for 341 yards with six TDs.
CLEVELAND 82, San Jose 21 (5617) - The Gladiators notched their fifth consecutive win. The point differential is second-largest in AFL history, one shy of the record set by Albany against Texas (86-24, July 27, 1996). The Gladiators fell one point short of the franchise record for points in a game. San Jose has lost seven in a row.
Arizona 55, PHILADELPHIA 54 (9710) - The difference was Nick Davila's 1-yard TD toss to 6-foot-4, 315-pound lineman John Booker. Jon Striefsky's 44-yard field-goal try at the buzzer was considerably left of the mark. The Soul (5-10) wasted a couple of stellar individual performances, including a six-TD effort by QB Ryan Vena.
PITTSBURGH 39, Milwaukee 38 (8227) - Gino Guidulgli lost a fumble with 17 seconds remaining and the Mustangs' defense was asked to make one too many stands. The Mustangs defense was able to force two incompletions but on the final play Chris Wallace hit Lonnell DeWalt and Paul Edinger added the extra point.
Georgia 64, ORLANDO 34 (11364) - The Predators suffered their third-worst defeat in franchise history and third straight loss. It's Orlando's lowest point output of the year and its worst defeat since 2004, when the Predators lost to Chicago 58-15. The Predators committed 12 penalties and turned the ball over twice.
Spokane 75, NEW ORLEANS 54 (9037) - Spokane's Terrance Sanders returned the opening kick 57 yards for a TD, his fourth return this year. Kyle Rowley, starting for Erik Meyer, tossed a 10-yard TD to Shaun Kauleinamoku to give Spokane the lead for good, 14-7. The VooDoo released head coach Derek Stingley after the game.
Dallas 55, TULSA 48 - Quarterback Dan Raudabaugh completed 24 of 37 passes for 261 yards and seven TDs to as the Vigilantes completed their third sweep of the season with the victory over the Talons. Tulsa struggled in the first half, played much better in the second half, but just couldn't overtake their division rivals.
SUNDAY JUNE 26
CHICAGO 58, Iowa 48 (9063) - In rookie QB Dominic Randolph's first start, the Rush were strong defensively and used a ball-control offense and two long kickoff returns by Reggie Gray to rally for the win. Subbing for Russ Michna, who suffered a season-ending ankle injury last week, Randolph threw for 189 yards and four TDs.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
X-Jacksonville     13  1 0  895  646 Chicago            10  4 0  753  659
Georgia             9  6 0  844  770 Dallas              9  5 0  828  787
Orlando             8  6 0  752  726 Tulsa               6  8 0  651  664
Tampa Bay           6  8 0  639  757 Kansas City         5 10 0  710  807
New Orleans         2 12 0  605  783 Iowa                3 11 0  705  877
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           8  6 0  685  604 X-Arizona          13  2 0  924  707
Pittsburgh          8  6 0  801  727 Utah                7  7 0  860  855
Philadelphia        5 10 0  776  829 Spokane             7  7 0  817  774
MILWAUKEE           4 10 0  601  653 San Jose            5  9 0  774  850
X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK SEVENTEEN (Bye - Kansas City, Georgia)
FRIDAY JULY 1
New Orleans 64, TAMPA BAY 33 (12016) - The VooDoo got its first divisional win of the 2011 season and its first win in franchise history at Tampa Bay, in its first game under interim coach Jon Norris. QB D. Bryant led New Orleans with 215 yards passing and five TDs. Carlese Franklin had six receptions for 71 yards and two scores.
ORLANDO 62, Pittsburgh 54 (15726) - Orlando's Chris Duvalt scored on back-to-back KOs after the ball deflected off the net to give Orlando a lead it would never relinquish. Making his first start of the year, QB Collin Drafts threw for 264 yards and five TDs. Power QB Bernard Morris returned from a shoulder injury to throw seven TDs.
IOWA 55, Tulsa 53 (8156) - The Talons fumbled twice and allowed  Iowa to score 16 points in a 30-second span. Nick Pertuit booted a go-ahead, 20-yard FG with 47 seconds left. Juan Bongarra hit a game-winning FG as time expired, but the Talons were flagged for a false start, and Bongarra missed wide right from 21 yards on the replay.
CHICAGO 59, Utah 35 (7342) - QB J.J. Raterink made his first start of the season for the Rush and completed 19 of 33 passes for 281 yards and four TDs, including two big TD plays to WR Reggie Gray. Utah QB Tommy Grady was knocked out with in the first half and replaced by Jordan Rasmussen, who had played little this season.
SAN JOSE 83, Jacksonville 70 (8216) - The Sharks' 13-game winning streak ended as they squandered a 42-28 halftime lead as the SaberCats scored 55 second-half points. Jacksonville QB Aaron Garcia completed 27-of-34 passes for 354 yards and nine TDs. San Jose QB Mark tied his season-best totals of 401 yards and nine TDs.
SATURDAY JULY 2
Cleveland 62, MILWAUKEE 58 (5633) - Cleveland snapped a four-game road losing streak and can thank QB Kurt Rocco, who had a say in seven TDs. With time running out, he dropped back to pass, avoided a sack by Justin Lawrence and ran to his right. He cut left and then scored his third rushing TD with 3 seconds to play.
DALLAS 58, Philadelphia 41 (8957) - Vigilante QB Dan Raudabaugh had a solid outing, going 20 of 29 for 253 yards and three touchdowns. The win gives the Vigilantes their second four-game winning streak of the season and keeps them at least two games ahead of Spokane for the Conference's third playoff seed.
ARIZONA 68, Spokane 46 (9173) - The Rattlers got three stops in Spokane's first four second-half possessions, and with QB Nick Davila rolling, ended the Shock's hold on them. Spokane was 4-0 in two years against the Rattlers. After missing on four of his first five passes, Davila completed 22 of his final 24 attempts with 9 TDs.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
X-Jacksonville     13  2 0  965  729 Z-Chicago          11  4 0  812  694
Georgia             9  6 0  844  770 Z-Dallas           10  5 0  886  828
Orlando             9  6 0  814  780 Tulsa               6  9 0  794  719
Tampa Bay           6  9 0  672  821 Kansas City         5 10 0  710  807
New Orleans         3 12 0  669  816 Iowa                4 11 0  760  930
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           9  6 0  747  662 X-Arizona          14  2 0  992  753
Pittsburgh          8  7 0  855  789 Spokane             7  8 0  863  842
Philadelphia        5 11 0  817  887 Utah                7  8 0  895  914
MILWAUKEE           4 11 0  659  715 San Jose            6  9 0  857  920
Z-Clinched Playoff Berth             X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK EIGHTEEN
FRIDAY JULY 8
Milwaukee 76, NEW ORLEANS 55 (9359) - Justin Lawrence, who played both defensive line and fullback, helped the Mustangs score a season-high in points by rumbling for four rushing TDs. Five forced turnovers were a key factor for the Mustangs, while QB Gino Guidugli finished 23 of 31 for 283 yards and four touchdowns.
PHILADELPHIA 49, Cleveland 21 (9761) - The Soul defense dominated the Gladiators by forcing seven sacks, two interceptions, and a safety. The Gladiators' 21 points are the fewest allowed by the Soul in a game. LB Brandon Perkins was Defensive Player of the Game with five tackles and three sacks, the most ever by a Soul player.
SATURDAY JULY 9
Dallas 75, JACKSONVILLE 70 (11153) - After cruising through a 13-game winning streak, the Sharks now are a team limping toward the playoffs.QB Aaron Garcia was sacked twice and threw three interceptions, including two on consecutive throws in the fourth. The Vigilantes, who have won six in a row, scored on 11 of 13 possessions.
Chicago 51, GEORGIA 41 (9723) - The Rush won for the first time in franchise history in the state of Georgia, and did so in record-setting fashion, as they forced six first-half turnovers to jump out to a 38-14 lead. The Rush snagged six interceptions, the most in team history. The seven turnovers tied the most in team history.
TULSA 70, Tampa Bay 33 (4945) - The Storm left Tulsa, eliminated from playoff contention, and to make matters worse, two of its best players, LB Cliff Dukes and WR Huey Whittaker, were on a different flights, heading to their new team, the UFL Virginia Destroyers. Tulsa's defense recorded five turnovers and held the Storm to 244 yards.
IOWA 48, Kansas City 40 (8347) - For the second consecutive wee, Iowa got some revenge on a team that had previously dealt them a loss . DB Cameron McGlenn sealed the win with an interception with 13.9 seconds remaining, as Iowa recorded two interceptions, recovered two fumbles and forced two turnovers on downs.
SPOKANE 76, Utah 49 (16233) - In the first ever AFL game played outdoors, the Shock scored TDs on its first 11 offensive possession. QB Erik Meyer, obtained from Utah a month ago, threw for 166 yards and six TDs and ran for two more. Utah started 44-year old QB Todd Hammel, who completed 23 of 34 passes with five touchdowns.
SAN JOSE 60, Orlando 40 (10302) - San Jose won its second straight game and kept its playoff hopes alive as QB Mark Grieb completed 26 of 32 passes for 295 yards and five TDs. What ultimately won the game for the SaberCats, however, is that their defense stopped Orlando three times inside San Jose's 10-yard line.
SUNDAY JULY 10
Arizona 68, PITTSBURGH 34 (8600) - The Rattlers wrapped up home-field advantage in the National Conference playoffs as they jumped out to an early lead thanks to three first-half Pittsburgh turnovers. Rattlers QB Nick Davila passed for 214 yards and eight TDs, as the Arizona offense scored on every drive.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
X-Jacksonville     13  3 0 1035  784 Z-Chicago          12  4 0  863  735
Georgia             9  7 0  885  821 Z-Dallas           11  5 0  961  898
Orlando             9  7 0  854  840 Tulsa               7  9 0  864  752
Tampa Bay           6 10 0  705  891 Kansas City         5 11 0  750  855
New Orleans         3 13 0  724  892 Iowa                5 11 0  808  970
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           9  7 0  768  711 X-Arizona          15  2 0 1060  787
Pittsburgh          8  8 0  889  857 Spokane             8  8 0  939  891
Philadelphia        6 11 0  866  908 Utah                7  9 0  944  990
MILWAUKEE           5 11 0  735  770 San Jose            7  9 0  917  960
Z-Clinched Playoff Berth             X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK NINETEEN (Bye - Arizona, Philadelphia)
FRIDAY JULY 15
CLEVELAND 67, Pittsburgh 55 (8139) - The Gladiators scored 20 consecutive points to open the fourth quarter and defeated the Power, as rookie QB Kurt Rocco went 25-of-35 for 297 yards and eight TDs as the Gladiators clinched the American East and eliminated the Power from the postseason.
KANSAS CITY 49, Jacksonville 48 (OT) - Five turnovers and three missed PAT kicks were too much for the Sharks. The Command scored first in OT and got the all-important PAT from Brian Umstead, and Jacksonville came back on a 6-yard Aaron Garcia-to-Jeff Hughley TD pass, but the 2-XP pass from K Marco Capozzoli missed.
MILWAUKEE 83, Iowa 49 (5077) - Milwaukee won consecutive games for the first time this season, as the Mustangs outscored the Barnstormers 41-7 in the fourth. Their 83 points also broke a franchise record. Iowa QB Bryan Lee-Lauduski made his first start and threw five TDs but threw three interceptions and lost two fumbles.
SATURDAY JULY 16
Georgia 58, TAMPA BAY 40 (9700) - Georgia took a 31-7 lead into the half, limiting the Storm to their lowest first-half output of the season. The Storm committed four turnovers (three fumbles, one interception) and had eight penalties for 45 yards in the first half. A penalty negated a TD pass from Danny Southwick to Amarri Jackson.
Orlando 85, TULSA 49 (6166) - QB Nick Hill, who was benched the past two weeks, threw for 345 yards and eight TDs. It was a season high in points for Orlando. Bobby Sippio caught 12 passes for 167 yards and three TDs as the Preds extended their streak of consecutive playoff berths to 19.
Chicago 53, DALLAS 44 (11553) - QB J.J. Raterink threw two fourth-quarter TD passes to Reggie Gray to rally the Rush to a division title. Raterink's 47-yard TD to Gray with 2:28 left gave the Rush the lead for good, completing a comeback from a 37-21 halftime deficit. The victory gave the Rush the most regular-season wins in team history.
UTAH 62, New Orleans 58 (10631) - Despite a ferocious effort and a defense that stymied a Blaze offense riddled with injury for three quarters, Utah kept their playoff hopes alive for one more week. Signed after losing their 1st- and 2nd-string QBs, Blaze QB Todd Hammel threw for five TDs on 26-of-39 attempts for 316 yards.
SPOKANE 63, San Jose 61 (9680) - When Mark Grieb tossed an 11-yard TD pass to James Roe to give San Jose a four-point lead with 3.9 seconds left, some headed for the exits. Randy Hymes, signed last week and playing in his first game, hauled in Kyle Rowley’s 34-yard pass in a crowd at the back of the end zone as the gun sounded.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
X-Jacksonville     13  4 0 1083  833 X-Chicago          13  4 0  916  779
Z-Georgia          10  7 0  943  861 Z-Dallas           11  6 0 1005  951
Z-Orlando          10  7 0  939  889 Tulsa               7 10 0  913  837
Tampa Bay           6 11 0  745  949 Kansas City         6 11 0  799  903
New Orleans         3 14 0  782  954 Iowa                5 12 0  857 1053
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
X-Cleveland        10  7 0  835  766 X-Arizona          15  2 0 1060  787
Pittsburgh          8  9 0  944  924 Z-Spokane           9  8 0 1002  952
Philadelphia        6 11 0  866  908 Utah                8  9 0 1006 1048
MILWAUKEE           6 11 0  818  819 San Jose            7 10 0  978 1023
Z-Clinched Playoff Berth             X-Clinched Division Title
WEEK TWENTY
FRIDAY JULY 22
Pittsburgh 61, PHILADELPHIA 48 (16429) - Bill Stull became the fifth QB to start and win a game for the Power this season, throwing six TD passes. The win was only its second in its final seven games. Stull directed an offense that committed no turnovers a week after regular starter Bernard Morris lost three fumbles.
Utah 76, CLEVELAND 69 (6190) - The Blaze ended their season on a high note, beating Eastern Division-leading Cleveland. With the win, Utah finished the season with a franchise-high nine wins. QB Todd Hammel was 31 of 44 for 355 yards and seven TDs, and Alvance Robinson caught nine passes for 117 yards and four touchdowns.
JACKSONVILLE 75, Spokane 56 (10025) - Spokane led 23-20 after Kyle Rowley’s TD pass to Adron Tennell with 1 minute left in the second quarter, but the Sharks controlled the final 60 seconds and the first 12 minutes of the third behind Omar Jacobs, who took over in the second half as Aaron Garcia rested for next week’s playoff game.
SATURDAY JULY 23
TAMPA BAY 57, San Jose 44 (10738) - QB Matt Grothe drove his team from its 3-yard line with 36 seconds left and hit Hank Edwards in the corner of the end zone for a 22-yard score to lead the Storm to the win in his first AFL start. Grothe finished 17-of-34 for 279 yards with five touchdowns and one interception.
ORLANDO 62, New Orleans 44 (14982) - A big first half from Bobby Sippio helped propel Orlando, as he had three TDs, including a one-handed TD grab with four seconds left in the half. Nick Hill was 17-of-22 with 194 yards and four touchdowns in the first half. He finished the game 24-of-32 with 296 yards and seven touchdowns.
Milwaukee 54, CHICAGO 41 (10269) - The Mustangs finished the regular season strong by beating Chicago for their third straight victory. Milwaukee DL Dwayne LeFall forced two fumbles. Broderick Stewart pounced on one in the end zone for a TD and scooped up for another for a TD. QB Gino Guidugli threw for 193 yards with three TDs.
Tulsa 71, KANSAS CITY 55 (5575) - Having already been eliminated from playoff contention, the Talons showed plenty of team pride. QB Justin Allgood lead Tulsa with 310 yards through the air, with 4 touchdowns.  Allgood did not throw an interception. Jamar Ransom caught three of Allgood's TD passes, a game-high.
Georgia 63, IOWA 59 (10871) - The winning score came with just 25 seconds left as Benji McDowell ran it in from the one, erasing a late Barnstormer lead. After leading 36-35 at the half, Iowa scored on four of their first five possessions in the second half with the lone failure coming on the game’s final drive.
Arizona 55, DALLAS 49 (12866) - The Rattlers became the first AFL team to win 16 games in a regular season. QB Nick Davila led the Rattlers with 253 passing yards and eight TDs, including five to WR Chris Jackson. Kerry Reed had 10 catches for 76 yards and two TDs. Anthony Jones had 10 catches for 133 yards for Dallas.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
X-Jacksonville     14  4 0 1158  889 X-Chicago          13  5 0  957  833
Z-Georgia          11  7 0 1006  920 Z-Dallas           11  7 0 1054 1006
Z-Orlando          11  7 0 1001  933 Tulsa               8 10 0  984  892
Tampa Bay           7 11 0  802  993 Kansas City         6 12 0  854  974
New Orleans         3 15 0  826 1016 Iowa                5 13 0  916 1116
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
X-Cleveland        10  8 0  904  832 X-Arizona          16  2 0 1115  836
Pittsburgh          9  9 0 1005  972 Z-Spokane           9  9 0 1058 1027
MILWAUKEE           7 11 0  872  860 Utah                9  9 0 1082 1117
Philadelphia        6 12 0  914  969 San Jose            7 11 0 1022 1080
Z-Clinched Playoff Berth             X-Clinched Division Title
PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
FRIDAY JULY 29
JACKSONVILLE (14-4) 63, Orlando (11-7) 48 (10189) - Jeff Hughley returned two kicks for TDs and the Sharks came up with a third-quarter fumble recovery in their own end zone. QB Aaron Garcia threw for four TDs. The 17-year arena veteran, entered the game winless against Orlando in the playoffs in four starts.
ARIZONA (16-2) 62, Spokane (9-9) 33 (7105) - Spokane controlled the clock with its ball-possession offense but couldn’t convert when it got close to the goal line. Spokane had three first-half turnovers, all between Arizona’s 5-yard line and the end zone, ending their hopes of defending their championship.
CHICAGO (13-5) 54, Dallas (11-7) 51 (4489) - J.J. Raterink simply was hoping for a chance with the Rush down 10 points with about 4:30 left. The Rush QB ended up with two opportunities and responded with a pair of TD strikes as the Rush rallied. Dallas reached the Chicago 5 with 52 seconds left before falling short on fourth down.
SUNDAY JULY 31
Georgia (11-7) 50, CLEVELAND (10-8) 41 (4948) - The signature offensive play for the Force came late in the fourth quarter on a fourth down play with Georgia leading by eight. QB Darnell Kennedy lunged into the end zone to give his team a two-TD lead with 36 seconds left. Kennedy finished with 202 passing yards and three TDs.
PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE FINALS
SATURDAY AUGUST 6
ARIZONA (17-2) 54, Chicago (14-5) 48 (6886) - Despite a fourth quarter comeback, the Rush could not defeat Arizona in a game riddled with turnovers for the Rush as the team turned the ball over five times throughout the course of the game. Rush QB JJ Raterink finished the game going 19 for 32 with two interceptions.
MONDAY AUGUST 8
JACKSONVILLE (15-4) 64, Georgia (12-7) 55 (10891) - Jacksonville clinched their first trip to the ArenaBowl in just their second season, scoring each time they touched the football. Their final trip down field put the nail in Georgia’s coffin as Sharks K Marc Capozzoli drilled a career-long 36-yard FG with under a minute remaining.
ARENA BOWL XXIV (Friday August 12 at Arizona - 14,320)
Jacksonville (16-4) 73, ARIZONA (18-2) 70 - Aaron Garcia threw a 10-yard TD pass to Jeron Harvey on the final play to give Jacksonville the win over Arizona in the Arena Bowl. Garcia set an Arena Bowl record with 402 yards passing, but it was his last throw that won it. With just two seconds left, he eluded a rush and threw to the right front corner of the end zone. Harvey made the catch with zeroes on the clock to win it. Harvey finished with nine catches for 115 yards and three scores. Garcia threw eight touchdown passes in all. Arizona quarterback Nick Davila also threw eight scoring passes and finished with 338 yards through the air. His 12-yard TD throw to Kerry Reed with 21 seconds left had put the Rattlers ahead 70-67. The Rattlers had won 11 straight, including a pair of playoff victories, entering the contest. Arizona won AFL titles in 1994 and '97. Jacksonville won its first Arena title in only its second year of existence. The 143 combined points set an Arena Bowl record, eclipsing the old mark of 131 when San Jose beat Arizona in 2004. The teams also combined for 63 points in the fourth quarter alone.
FOLDED (1): Greeville Force, Lafayette Wildcatters EXPANSION (6): Fayetteville Force, Alabama Hammers, Houston Stallions, Mobile Bay Tarpons, Rio Grande Valley Magic, Trenton Steel FROM AIFA (4): Carolina Speed, Erie Explosion, Harrisburg Stampede, Richmond Raiders FROM IFL (2): Corpus Christi Hammerheads, Abilene Ruff Riders,
WEEK ONE (Bye - Chicago, Cincinnati, Dayton, Marion)
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26
PORT HURON 69, Indianapolis 12 (1931) - Port Huron forced eight Enforcers turnovers and scored 48 second half points to put the game out of reach. 2007 CIFL MVP Robert Height and rookie Levi Raines both ran for two scores and the defense had two of their own, led by Anthony Calamita with two interceptions, one returned for a TD.
Port Huron          1  0 0   69   12 Dayton              0  0 0    0    0
Cincinnati          0  0 0    0    0 Marion              0  0 0    0    0
Chicago             0  0 0    0    0 Indianapolis        0  1 0   12   69
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY MARCH 5
CINCINNATI 53, Chicago 7 (2643) - Cincinnati dominated the game from start to finish jumping out to 21-0 lead and 27-7 halftime lead. Cincinnati was led by two QBs - starterTyler Sheehan was 11 of 20 for 135 yards and two TDs, while 2010 CIFL MVP Ben Mauk was nine of 15 for 102 yards and four TDs.
DAYTON 69, Indianapolis 16 - The Enforcers saw their bid to win their first game ruined in a rout at Dayton. Melvin Bryant threw TD passes of 27 and 37 yards to Fred Cromartie and Daniel Stover, respectfully. Stover was named the player of the game.
MARION 44, Port Huron 37 (1200) - Marion entered the final stanza trailing 37-23, but rallied to win on an 8-yard run by Josh Harris with 27 seconds left. Port Huron QB Jim Roth was intercepted by Bryan Williams as time expired.
Dayton              1  0 0   69   16 Port Huron          1  1 0  106   56
Cincinnati          1  0 0   53    7 Chicago             0  1 0    7   53
Marion              1  0 0   44   37 Indianapolis        0  2 0   28  138
WEEK THREE (Bye - Dayton, Port Huron, Indianapolis, Chicago)
SATURDAY MARCH 12
Cincinnati 50, MARION 44 - Marion jumped out to a quick 6-0 before the Commandoes scored 23 unanswered points to take a 23-6 lead. Cincinnati was led by QB Tyler Sheehan by completing 24 of 36 passes for 237 yards and four TDs, while Marion QB Josh Harris completed 12 of 22 passes for 115 yards and four touchdowns.
Cincinnati          2  0 0  103   51 Port Huron          1  1 0  106   56
Dayton              1  0 0   69   16 Chicago             0  1 0    7   53
Marion              1  1 0   88   87 Indianapolis        0  2 0   28  138
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Marion, Chicago)
SATURDAY MARCH 19
PORT HURON 61, Dayton 34 (1700) - With the score tied 13-13 at the end of the first quarter, Port Huron pulled ahead thanks to a safety, a rushing TD, a passing TD and an interception returned for a score. The Predators led 36-20 at halftime. Dayton WR Fred Cromartie had a rushing touchdown and a kickoff return for a score.
CINCINNATI 82, Indianapolis 2 - QB Tyler Sheehan set franchise records with 289 yards and eight TDs for the Commandos, which took advantage of eight turnovers and allowed only four yards of offense. The only points allowed by Cincinnati came when Drew Russ recovered a bad snap on an XP attempt and returned it 28 yards.
Cincinnati          3  0 0  185   53 Dayton              1  1 0  103   77
Port Huron          2  1 0  167   90 Chicago             0  1 0    7   53
Marion              1  1 0   88   87 Indianapolis        0  3 0   30  220
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Cincinnati, Port Huron, Chicago, Indianapolis)
SATURDAY MARCH 26
MARION 34, Dayton 13 - Marion used several turnovers in the first half to take a 31-7 halftime lead. Dayton lost two fumbles, had two passes intercepted and lost an onside kick in the first half. Marion scored four times following miscues and scored 34 straight points until Dayton QB Daniel Stover threw a 14-yard TD pass late.
Cincinnati          3  0 0  185   53 Dayton              1  2 0  116  111
Port Huron          2  1 0  167   90 Chicago             0  1 0    7   53
Marion              2  1 0  122  100 Indianapolis        0  3 0   30  220
WEEK SIX
SATURDAY APRIL 2
Cincinnati 32, DAYTON 15 - With 11:18 in the third quarter, Cincinnati’s Greg Moore caught a 13 yard pass from QB Tyler Sheehan to put the Commandos on top 20-15. In the fourth quarter, Cincinnati added two touchdowns, one on a two yard run by Moore and the clincher was an 11-yard Sheehan TD pass.
Chicago 45, PORT HURON 29 (1519) - The teams were tied at seven after the first quarter, but Chicago took a 16-14 lead into the half. From that point on, it was all Chicago, as they outscored the Predators 29-15 in the second half. Port Huron QB Jim Roth struggled, only completing 10 of 23 passes for 94 yards.
MARION 78, Indianapolis 0 - Scoring four TDs in each of the first two quarters, Marion rolled past Indianapolis. Their eight rushing TDs set a CIFL record. Marion assistant coach Derick Ross took over coaching duties, stepping in for his brother, Demetrius, who was suspended for one week because of a league rule violation.
Cincinnati          4  0 0  217   68 Chicago             1  1 0   52   82
Marion              3  1 0  200  100 Dayton              1  3 0  131  143
Port Huron          2  2 0  196  135 Indianapolis        0  4 0   30  298
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY APRIL 8
CINCINNATI 47, Port Huron 22 - The Predators trailed 7-0 after the first quarter and 26-6 at halftime. They trailed  33-6 in the third quarter before storming back early in the fourth quarter. After a 42-yard TD run by Anthony Gay, the Predators trailed 33-22 with time remaining, but the Commandos closed the game with a pair of TDs.
SATURDAY APRIL 9
Marion 31, DAYTON 14 - Ryan Terry made his debut as the Blue Racers coach. Terry, who had previously been the defensive co-ordinator, took over for Demetrius Ross, who resigned on Wednesday. Dayton struck quickly as Fred Cromartie took the opening kickoff back 54 yards for a TD, but the Silverbacks had just 107 yards in offense.
Chicago 42, INDIANAPOLIS 14 -
Cincinnati          5  0 0  264   90 Port Huron          2  3 0  218  182
Marion              4  1 0  231  114 Dayton              1  4 0  145  174
Chicago             2  1 0   94   96 Indianapolis        0  5 0   44  340
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Dayton, Indianapolis)
SATURDAY APRIL 16
Marion 47, PORT HURON 15 (1073) - The Blue Racers exploded for 29 points in the fourth quarter for the win. Marion led 11-9 at the half, but the Predators were still within striking distance at 18-9 at the end of the third quarter. But Marion pulled away in the final stanza and moved to within one-half game of CIFL-leading Cincinnati.
SUNDAY APRIL 17
CHICAGO 51, Indianapolis 6 (170) - For the second straight week, the Enforcers and Knights met on the field. Due to a scheduling issue with the Chicago venue change, this game replaced the scheduled May 28th game. Chicago was led by QB Ron Ricciardi who completed eight of 18 pass for 82 yards and two touchdowns.
Cincinnati          5  0 0  264   90 Port Huron          2  4 0  233  229
Marion              5  1 0  278  129 Dayton              1  4 0  145  174
Chicago             3  1 0  145  102 Indianapolis        0  6 0   50  391
NOTE: Chicago announced it will play its remaining home games in Rockford (IL).
WEEK NINE (Bye - Marion, Cincinnati, Port Huron, Indianapolis)
FRIDAY APRIL 22
Dayton 24, CHICAGO 21 (at Rockford, IL) (210) - Ronald Russell scored two touchdowns to help the Dayton
KICKOFF CLASSIC
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19
Chicago 69, LA CROSSE 48 (3411) - Chicago, with backup QB Anthony Kropp, scored 21 points in the final three minutes. La Crosse threw two interceptions and had four fumbles, which Chicago used to score four TDs. Chicago scored two meaningless TDs in the final 37 seconds, which didn’t sit well with the Spartans’ front office.
MONDAY FEBRUARY 21
W. TEXAS 39, Oklahoma City 22 ( ) - After the Roughnecks were down 16-14 after the first half, Odessa then shut out the Brawlers in the third and took the lead at 26-16. The Roughnecks then closed the game by outscoring Bricktown 13-6 in the final period. Evin Jones and DeWayne Hogan each scored two TDs for the Roughnecks.
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25
Sioux Falls 105, KENT 71 ( ) - Chris Dixon, a former MVP with the now-defunct Billings Outlaws, threw for 221 yards and had a combined 12 TDs - 10 passing and two rushing - as Sioux Falls established an IFL single-game scoring record with the victory. Lorenzo Brown and Dusty Hovorka combined for 186 receiving yards and five TDs.
COLORADO 37, Amarillo 26 ( ) - Colorado took a 37-26 lead with 1:19 left as QB David Knighton hit Duane Brooks for a 13-yard TD. Amarillo's hopesn ended as WR Anthony Clark fumbled while trying to cross the goal line with 17 seconds to go. The Venom did score on a pair of kickoff returns by Cashmin Thomas and Donta Bright.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26
TRI-CITIES 76, Arizona 28 (3100) - The Fever raced out to a 38-0 second-quarter lead behind QB Houston Lillard, who was 9 of 15 passing for 115 yards and four TDs. He gave way in the second half to rookie Antwon Young, who was 8 of 12 passing for 83 yards and two TDs. The Fever had four interceptions and forced two fumbles.
Omaha 39, CHICAGO 26 ( ) - Omaha scored early before two James White FGs in the fourth sealed the win. Beef QB James McNear had 174 yards on 16 of 19 passing and rushed 25 yards for two TDs. Chad Schmigel lead Omaha's receivers with 81 yards on seven catches.
READING 33, Lehigh Valley 26 ( ) - Trailing 27-13 with 9:14 to play, Reading scored 27 unanswered points to win its IFL debut. QB Chris Malleo was 13-of-29 for 124 yards for three touchdowns. He rushed for two more scores. Lehigh Valley had the ball back with less than a minute left on a fumble recovery, but could not score.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27
BLOOMINGTON 44, Richmond 6 (4413) - Mike Murray, making his debut as Extreme coach, saw his team score on the game’s first drive, force four first-half turnovers and build a 38-0 lead. QB Rocky Hinds rushed for two TDs and threw three TD passes to three different receivers as Bloomington outgained the Revolution 236-126.
Wenatchee 45, FAIRBANKS 37 - The Venom scored three TDs off of three Fairbanks Grizzlies fumbles, while QB Devin Hollins was 20 for 33 passing for 209 yards and three TDs. The Venom had two fumble recovery TDs, a 5-yard return by James Peters and a 24-yard return by Michael Graisie.
MONDAY FEBRUARY 28
West Texas 60, ALLEN 46 - The Roughnecks faced a 13-6 deficit after one quarter but outscored Allen in each quarter thereafter, including 21 points in the each of the second and fourth quarters. Allen was driving for the tying score late before Derrick Boyd intercepted an Anthony Fisher pass and returned it 37 yards for the final score.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   1  0 0 105  71 Reading        1  0 0  33  26 Bloomington    1  0 0  44   6
Omaha         1  0 0  39  26 Lehigh Valley  0  1 0  26  33 GREEN BAY      0  0 0   0   0
Nebraska      0  0 0   0   0 Richmond       0  1 0   6  44 Chicago        1  1 0  95  87
Wichita       0  0 0   0   0                               LA CROSSE      0  1 0  48  69
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    2  0 0  99  68 Colorado       1  0 0  37  26 Wenatchee      1  0 0  45  37
Amarillo      0  1 0  26  37 Wyoming        0  0 0   0   0 Tri-Cities     1  0 0  76  28
Allen         0  1 0  46  60 Arizona        0  1 0  28  76 Fairbanks      0  1 0  37  45
Oklahoma City 0  1 0  22  39                               Kent           0  1 0  71 105
WEEK TWO
SATURDAY MARCH 5
WENATCHEE VALLEY 59, Tri-Cities 52 (3200) - Venom QB Devin Hollins passed for 278 yards and four TDs and scored the game-winning TD on a 1-yard run with 30 seconds remaining, although the Fever admitted afterward that they let him score so it could have the ball back. Fever QB Houston Lillard passed for 318 yards and six TDs.
BLOOMINGTON 42, Green Bay 26 (4523) - The Extreme had six takeaways and outscored Green Bay 22-2 over the final 27:30 to remain perfect. Johnny Gray caught 12 passes for 95 yards including a 21-yard TD pass from Rocky Hinds on the first play of the fourth to give the Extreme a 36-24 lead.
CHICAGO 59, Reading 55 (3300) - Ben Sankey threw a pair of TD passes to James Robinson in the final 2:30 to rally the Slaughter, after Reading took a 55-45 lead with 3:34 left on a 4-yard TD pass from Chris Malleo to Jeff Willis. Sankey completed 24-of-36 for 317 yards and six touchdowns.
Lehigh Valley 24, RICHMOND 19 - The Riverhawks won on a 17-yard TD pass from AJ Roque to Irani DeAraujo Jr. with 1.2 seconds left. QB Dennis Brown found WR Josh Crawford for his fourth TD pass of the evening, giving the Revs a 38-34 lead with only 59 seconds left. Roque drove his team down the field 45 yards for the win.
SUNDAY MARCH 6
KENT 56, Fairbanks 41 - The Predators coming off of a record breaking loss, rebounded with two TDs early in the third quarter to take a 43-21 lead and break open a close game. Afterwards, Fairbanks co-owner Ricky Bertz said the team was folding after their workers’ compensation costs were rising from $43,000 to nearly $150,000.
COLORADO 39, Wyoming 30 - Wyoming, in its IFL debut, rallied from a 23-3 halftime deficit to cut the Ice's advantage to 33-30 with 1:42 left in the game on a 30-yard TD pass from Joe McLain to Shane Sharpley. But the Ice sealed the victory after recovering a McLain fumble in the endzone with 26 seconds left.
Allen 39, OKLAHOMA CITY 36 - The Brawlers made their hometown debut start off well when Ben Birmingham ran in an early TD, but the game was tied in the fourth quarter at 33. Kewan Dewberry would throw his fourth TD pass to put the Wranglers up by six. The Brawlers could only manage a FG in the final minutes.
MONDAY MARCH 7
NEBRASKA 70, Wichita 59 - The Wild spotted Nebraska a 20-0 lead in the first quarter, as the Danger won their debut. QB Dixie Wooten hit 13 of 31 passes for 125 yards with three interceptions and five TDs. Wooten added 31 yards rushing with a TD. Wichita QB Alex Rouse threw for 107 yards, two interceptions and three touchdowns.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   1  0 0 105  71 Reading        1  1 0  88  85 Bloomington    2  0 0  86  32
Omaha         1  0 0  39  26 Lehigh Valley  1  1 0  50  52 Chicago        2  1 0 154 142
Nebraska      1  0 0  70  59 Richmond       0  2 0  25  68 GREEN BAY      0  1 0  26  42
Wichita       0  1 0  59  70                               LA CROSSE      0  1 0  48  69
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    2  0 0  99  68 Colorado       2  0 0  76  56 Wenatchee      2  0 0 104  89
Allen         1  1 0  85  96 Wyoming        0  1 0  30  39 Tri-Cities     1  1 0 128  87
Amarillo      0  1 0  26  37 Arizona        0  1 0  28  76 Kent           1  1 0 127 146
Oklahoma City 0  2 0  58  78                               Fairbanks      0  2 0  78 101
WEEK THREE
FRIDAY MARCH 11
Bloomington 44, READING 14 - QB Rocky Hinds threw three of his five TD passes to James Walton, sending the Extreme to its first 3-0 start in history. Walton’s 37-yard TD catch on the last play of the first quarter broke a 7-7 tie, while his 41-yarder late in the first half put Bloomington up 28-14 en route to its ninth straight regular-season win.
SATURDAY MARCH 12
TRI-CITIES 50, Fairbanks 35 (3047) - Fever QB Houston Lillard did not start due to severe turf toe, but rallied Tri-Cities from a 14-3 deficit, with the first of seven TD passes, including three to Joey Hew Len. Fairbanks' fans raised more than $9,000 in pledges to save the team, and hoped to raise as much as $35,000.
Green Bay 55, WICHITA 41 (4116) - Five Wichita turnovers led to a Blizzard win. Wichita led 28-27 at the half, but was outscored 28-13 in the second half. Green Bay QB Willie Copeland passed for 276 yards with four TDs and one interception. Wichita QB Shane Mascarenas passed for 205 yards with five TDs and four interceptions.
OMAHA 40, La Crosse 20 (3345) - The Beef held the Spartans to 40 yards and two first downs, including a goal-line stand at the Beef 1-yard line with nine seconds remaining in the first half as Omaha built a 17-0 lead. Beef QB James McNear completed 25 of 33 passes for 302 yards and five touchdowns, three of them  to Allen Burrel.
SUNDAY MARCH 13
Colorado 35, ARIZONA 25 - Colorado opened up the scoring in the first quarter, taking a 2-0 lead after a safety. Colorado led 29-14 at the end of the third quarter. A passing TD from Keith Poole to Darren Haliburton early in the fourth brought the Adrenaline back to within 29-20, but Duane Brooks’ 1-yard TD run gave the Ice the win.
BRICKTOWN 29, Amarillo 20 - The Brawlers exploded for 23 points in the second and third quarters as the Venom are 0-2 to start the season after winning their first seven games to start last season. Amarillo committed four turnovers against the Brawlers and did not help themselves with 16 penalties for 189 yards.
MONDAY MARCH 14
SIOUX FALLS 80, Wenatchee 19 - The Storm shut out the Venom over the final three quarters, handing the Venom its first loss and snapping their eight-game win streak dating back to last season. The Storm came within reach of another triple-digit night, thanks to QB Chris Dixon’s six TD passes and James Terry’s 13 catches and five TDs.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   2  0 0 185  90 Lehigh Valley  1  1 0  50  52 Bloomington    3  0 0 130  46
Omaha         2  0 0  79  46 Reading        1  2 0 102 129 Chicago        2  1 0 154 142
Nebraska      1  0 0  70  59 Richmond       0  2 0  25  68 GREEN BAY      1  1 0  81  83
Wichita       0  2 0 100 125                               LA CROSSE      0  2 0  68 109
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    2  0 0  99  68 Colorado       3  0 0 111  81 Wenatchee      2  1 0 123 169
Allen         1  1 0  85  96 Wyoming        0  1 0  30  39 Tri-Cities     2  1 0 178 122
Bricktown     1  2 0  87  98 Arizona        0  2 0  53 111 Kent           1  1 0 127 146
Amarillo      0  2 0  46  66                               Fairbanks      0  3 0 113 151
WEEK FOUR
THURSDAY MARCH 17
LA CROSSE 66, Kent 28 (1856) - La Crosse blocked a FG and returned it for a TD. The Spartans scooped up a fumble and returned it for a TD. And they rushed for five TDs. QB Buddy Rivera was 9-for-15 for 71 yards and two passing TDs and ran for two. LaRon Council rushed 13 times for 67 yards, including TD bolts of 8, 3 and 3 yards.
FRIDAY MARCH 18
FAIRBANKS 55, Allen 37 - Grizzlies QB Ryan Ratekin threw for 224 yards and four TDs to help Fairbanks win its first game. RB Eric Taylor showed his gratitude for the fans’ support with 4-yard TD runs in the second and third quarter, and a 45-yard TD catch at the end of the first half to send the Grizzlies into the break with 30-17 lead.
Wyoming 37, AMARILLO 33 - Ayrius Justin caught a 5-yard TD pass from Joe McClain with 15 seconds left to lift Wyoming to the win. McClain threw four TD passes and finished with 176 yards. On the final play of the game, WR Anthony Clark dropped a 5-yard slant pass in the end zone from Venom quarterback X'Zavier Bloodsaw.
GREEN BAY 61, Bloomington 50 (4169) - B.J. Hill returned two kickoffs and two missed FGs for TDs to power the Blizzard in its home opener. Hill's final runback, a 58-yard missed FG return, gave the Blizzard the lead for good with 6:48 left in the third. The Blizzard defense was led by Arkeith Brown's league-leading fifth interception.
SATURDAY MARCH 19
COLORADO 52, Wenatchee Valley 24 - Colorado’s defense limited Wenatchee Valley to just 147 yards in the game and got a little help from the Venom themselves, who were flagged 11 times in the game for 71 yards. One of the penalties was a fourth-quarter holding call in the end zone that led to one of two Ice safeties in the game.
RICHMOND 48, Lehigh Valley 45 (OT) - Richmond QB Dennis Brown scored on a 1-yard sneak in OT for the win after kicker Paul Stoltz put the Steelhawks ahead 45-42. Earlier, Stoltz connected on a FG as time expired that tied the game at 42-all and forced OT. Lehigh Valley QB A.J. Roque tossed four touchdowns and an interception.
SUNDAY MARCH 20
READING 31, Arizona 14 - David Smith set up two TDs with long interception returns to aid a struggling Reading offense. Reading had just eight first downs and 132 yards in total offense. After leading 28-0 at the half, Reading managed just three points in the second half on a 24-yard field goal by Erik Rockhold.
BRICKTOWN 31, West Texas 27 - A late interception by Brawlers DB Kendale Rayford sealed the win for the Brawlers. The Roughnecks had an opportunity to run time off the clock holding on to a 27-25 lead in the fourth quarter, but Brawlers DL Billy Harrison recovered a Roughnecks fumbled snap in the back of the endzone.
MONDAY MARCH 21
SIOUX FALLS 80, Nebraska 28 - The Storm gave up just 165 total yards in the game and added a defensive TD on a Tommy Chavis fumble recovery in the end zone in the second half. Storm QB Chris Dixon completed 14 of 22 passes for 167 yards and four touchdowns. He rushed for 46 yards and scored three more times on his own.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   3  0 0 265 118 Reading        2  2 0 133 143 Bloomington    3  1 0 180 107
Omaha         2  0 0  79  46 Lehigh Valley  1  2 0  95 100 Chicago        2  1 0 154 142
Nebraska      1  1 0  98 139 Richmond       1  2 0  73 113 GREEN BAY      2  1 0 142 133
Wichita       0  2 0 100 125                               LA CROSSE      1  2 0 134 137
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    2  1 0 126  99 Colorado       4  0 0 163 105 Tri-Cities     2  1 0 178 122
Bricktown     2  2 0 118 125 Wyoming        1  1 0  67  72 Wenatchee      2  2 0 147 221
Allen         1  2 0 122 151 Arizona        0  3 0  67 142 Kent           1  2 0 155 212
Amarillo      0  3 0  79 103                               Fairbanks      1  3 0 168 188
WEEK FIVE
FRIDAY MARCH 25
CHICAGO 37, Kent 36 (4687) - Chicago WR Receiver Shatone Powers sparked the offense with a 56-yard TD return. With 25 seconds left in the game, QB Anthony Kopp, subbing for CJ Bacher in the third quarter, connected with Powers for a 9-yard TD. Powers finished with 5 catches for 78 yards and 3 TDs.
Tri-Cities 51, OMAHA 37 - Fever QB Houston Lillard threw for three TDs and ran for three more, including one from 8 yards out after Omaha had cut the deficit to 29-24 late in the third quarter. Lillard found E’lon Paige on a 20-yard strike early in the fourth and Omaha never got closer than two touchdowns the rest of the way.
ALLEN 42, Bricktown 26 - Bricktown struck first with a TD pass from QB Nate Samas; the Wranglers answered with 21 points of their own to lead 21-14 at the half. Kewan Dewberry connected with Bobby Chase for the pair's third touchdown of the game after two Garrett Courtney field goals to give Allen its first win.
WEST TEXAS 37, Amarillo 34 - West Texas QB Arkelon Hall hit DeWayne Hogan for a 2-yard TD with less than 3 minutes to play, giving the Roughnecks the lead, but it was an interception by Anthony Eeck, his second of the game, at the Roughnecks 5-yard-line in the final seconds that secured the win.
SATURDAY MARCH 26
Fairbanks 50, WENATCHEE VALLEY 43 (2030) - The Grizzlies scored on their first play from scrimmage, a 48-yard TD from QB Ryan Ratekin to WR John Halman. Tim Simmons hauled in a 29-yard TD from Devin Hollins with 2:58 to go, but Fairbanks was able to run the clock out to close out the game.
Sioux Falls 92, WICHITA 20 (3580) - Chris Dixon passed for nine TDs, eight in the first three quarters and was 19-for-27 for 286 yards. Dusty Hovorka had five receptions, all for TDs. The Storm had 444 yards, Wichita 122. The Wild acquired QB Ben Sankey from Chicago on Thursday, but the 2010 IFL Offensive MVP with Omaha didn't play.
La Crosse 39, RICHMOND 33 - The Spartans handled the change from indoors to outdoors by turning in two TDs
off blocked kicks and one on a sack-fumble recovery in the first half en route to a 27-0 lead, then turning away the Revolution in the final seconds when Kevis Buckley intercepted a pass in the end zone to preserve the win.
SUNDAY MARCH 27
Wyoming 55, ARIZONA 8 - Josh Schleusner rushed for 56 yards and four TDs to lead Wyoming to the rout. The Cavs led 17-0 at the half and added two TD in the third quarter before pulling away with a 24-point fourth. Arizona scored late Chris Chaney rushing TD, while QB Jaime Cota threw for only 64 yards with three interceptions.
Green Bay 58, NEBRASKA 48 - Green Bay led for much of the game, but the Danger rallied in the fourth to erase a 37-14 Blizzard lead. Down 38-37 with 1:25 left, Green Bay received a pair of key special teams plays to regain the lead. B.J. Hill scored a 56-yard TD on a Danger kickoff, and K Joshua Shene sealed the victory with a 53-yard FG.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   4  0 0 357 138 Reading        2  2 0 133 143 Bloomington    3  1 0 180 107
Omaha         2  1 0 116  97 Lehigh Valley  1  2 0  95 100 Chicago        3  1 0 191 178
Nebraska      1  2 0 146 197 Richmond       1  3 0 106 152 GREEN BAY      3  1 0 200 181
Wichita       0  3 0 120 217                               LA CROSSE      2  2 0 173 170
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    3  1 0 163 133 Colorado       4  0 0 163 105 Tri-Cities     3  1 0 229 159
Allen         2  2 0 164 177 Wyoming        2  1 0 122  80 Wenatchee      2  3 0 190 271
Bricktown     2  3 0 144 167 Arizona        0  4 0  75 197 Fairbanks      2  3 0 218 231
Amarillo      0  4 0 113 140                               Kent           1  3 0 191 249
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY APRIL 1
WYOMING 70, Arizona 31 - Wyoming scored on all seven of its first-half possessions, and Cavs DL Michael Hodges Jr. added a fumble recovery in the end zone as they built a 56-18 halftime lead. Combined with last week’s second-half blitz against the Adrenaline, the Cavs have outscored Arizona 94-26 in the last four quarters.
West Texas 54, WICHITA 47 (3042) - The Roughnecks forced an incomplete pass on fourth down and then ran out the rest of the time on the clock to defeat the Wild. Evin Jones provided the margin of victory with a 1-yard TD run late in the fourth. But the Roughnecks were unable to convert the XP, allowing the Wild one last chance.
GREEN BAY 67, Richmond 47 (3808) - Blizzard QB Willie Copeland entered with just more than 3 minutes to play in the first quarter trailing 13-7. He spent the next three quarters piling up seven TD passes, 386 yards, and a TD run.  Josh Crawford caught three TD passes for the Revolution and had two of the Revolution's five interceptions.
READING 63, Lehigh Valley 58 - Reading's Elliott White rushed for two TDs, caught a pass from QB Chris Malleo for a third TD and returned a kickoff 54 yards for what proved to be the winning score in a wild offensive affair that featured 11 lead changes and two ties.
Fairbanks 31, KENT 30 - Ryan Ratekin threw an 8-yard TD pass to Eric Taylor and Rett Thibodeaux kicked the XP with 30 seconds left to give the Grizzlies the win. Kent QB Kevin Warner completed 8 of 21 passes for 149 yards with three TDs and two interceptions, after replacing Charles McCullum early after McCullum left with an injury.
BLOOMINGTON 52, Chicago 44 (4547) - Bloomington scored 15 unanswered points, in the fourth quarter to claim the win. Chicago got within a TD on Daniel DuFrene’s TD catch with 24 seconds left and the Slaughter recovered the onside kick. But Michael McGee sealed the win by intercepting Ben Sankey’s final shot at the end zone.
SATURDAY APRIL 2
Allen 52, AMARILLO 51 (2635) - Allen beat the Venom on a last-second fumbled snap on a 2XP conversion that was returned by Wranglers DB Frankie Solomon for two points. Venom defensive coordinator Sammy Walker and special teams coach Jarrett Hicks were fired after a postgame confrontation with head coach Chris MacKeown.
SUNDAY APRIL 3
LA CROSSE 50, Nebraska 44 (1500) - The Danger had crept within 44-37 with 6:41 remaining after teetering on blowout status in the first half. Kevis Buckley fielded a kickoff at the 4-yard line, darted up the middle of the field, made one lightning-quick move to get into the open field, then shot like a rocket to the end zone to clinch the win.
Colorado 38, BRICKTOWN 26 - Ice QB David Knighton threw for four TDs, with Lemans Casimier catching two of them in the first half. Duane Brooks and Mark Henderson also scored a TD for the Ice and Henderson also had a fumble recovery. On the defensive side of the ball, Tyrone King picked off two passes.
SIOUX FALLS 48, Omaha 38 - The Storm came in averaging 80 points per game, but the Beef outyarded Sioux Falls 276-223 and held Chris Dixon without a TD pass, but he rushed for three scores. The Beef trailed 41-38 with 22 seconds left, but on the kickoff, Sioux Falls' Lorenzo Brown returned it for a TD for the final margin.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   5  0 0 405 176 Reading        3  2 0 196 201 Bloomington    4  1 0 232 151
Omaha         2  2 0 154 145 Lehigh Valley  1  3 0 153 163 GREEN BAY      4  1 0 267 228
Nebraska      1  3 0 190 247 Richmond       1  4 0 153 219 Chicago        3  2 0 235 230
Wichita       0  4 0 167 271                               LA CROSSE      3  2 0 223 214
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    4  1 0 217 180 Colorado       5  0 0 201 131 Tri-Cities     3  1 0 229 159
Allen         3  2 0 216 228 Wyoming        3  1 0 192 111 Fairbanks      3  3 0 249 261
Bricktown     2  4 0 170 205 Arizona        0  5 0 106 267 Wenatchee      2  3 0 190 271
Amarillo      0  5 0 164 192                               Kent           1  4 0 221 280
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY APRIL 8
WYOMING 63, Bricktown 25 - The Brawlers ran 17 plays inside the Cavs’ 10-yard-line but came up with just six points and the Cavs blew the game open in the second half.
ALLEN 33, West Texas 28 - The Roughnecks had four passes broken up in the final moments, allowing the Wranglers to hold on. Allen’s Dedrick Poole caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Kewan Dewberry on the Wranglers’ final drive to put them ahead for good.
FAIRBANKS 92, Arizona 32 - The Grizzlies ran the ball hard, particularly Romandre Gibbs, whose six TDs and 202 yards in total offense was highlighted by 154 yards rushing on 18 carries with five scores. The Adrenaline compiled 26 points in the second half after Fairbanks cruised to a 57-6 lead in the first half.
SATURDAY APRIL 9
Nebraska 84, WENATCHEE VALLEY 63 (1380) - The 84 points surrendered by the Venom was the most they have allowed this season. They especially struggled against Nebraska’s rushing attack, which posted 141 yards. Erick Jackson rushed for 99 yards and two scores.
Colorado 27, AMARILLO 24 (2734) - The Ice won after a TD from David Knighton to Ken Witter, and the Ice held on for the final 15 seconds. Amarillo K Addison McCauley missed a potential game-tying 37-yard FG on the final play. Amarillo had a 24-20 lead with 50.5 seconds to play on Andrew Carcich's 20-yard TD pass to Steve Bergeski.
OMAHA 36, Wichita 24 (2800) - Omaha QB Silas Fluellen rushed for 48 yards and passed for 133. Fluellen threw for two TDs. R.J. Rollins and Maurice Avery each rushed for and caught a TD. Afterwards, Ken Matous, who coached the Wild to conference championship games the previous two seasons, was replaced by Morris Lolar.
CHICAGO 54, La Crosse 40 (3732) - The Spartans had their three-game winning streak snapped. Down 21-9 at halftime, the Spartans pulled within 21-19 after a field goal and Bryan Pray touchdown. That, however, was as close as it got.
Bloomington 30, LEHIGH VALLEY 19 - Extreme QB Rocky Hinds broke free on a 30-yard TD run on the first play of the second half, and Bloomington’s stout defense did not surrender a touchdown. Steelhawks QB Joe DeLuise completed just 8 of 21 passes for 60 yards. Lehigh Valley’s only TD came on Theo Hall’s 52-yard kickoff return.
Reading 25, RICHMOND 15 (500) - In what may have been the first rain-drenched IFL game, the Express defense forced three turnovers and limited Richmond to one TD. The Revolution moved its IFL games from the Arthur Ashe Center to the SportsQuest outdoor campus, but a steady rain beat down from the second quarter on.
SUNDAY APRIL 10
TRI-CITIES 60, Kent 42 - Tri-Cities led 36-21 at halftime and 51-21 after three quarters. QB Houston Lillard threw for 185 yards and six TDs for the Fever. Kent QB Charles McCullum threw four TD passes and rushed for two TDs. Kent owner Tom Dowling announced the team would be known as the Seattle Timberwolves from now on.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   5  0 0 405 176 Reading        4  2 0 221 216 Bloomington    5  1 0 262 170
Omaha         3  2 0 190 169 Lehigh Valley  1  4 0 172 193 GREEN BAY      4  1 0 267 228
Nebraska      2  3 0 274 310 Richmond       1  5 0 168 244 Chicago        4  2 0 289 270
Wichita       0  5 0 191 307                               LA CROSSE      3  3 0 263 268
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    4  2 0 245 213 Colorado       6  0 0 228 155 Tri-Cities     4  1 0 289 201
Allen         4  2 0 249 256 Wyoming        4  1 0 255 136 Fairbanks      4  3 0 341 293
Bricktown     2  5 0 195 268 Arizona        0  6 0 138 359 Wenatchee      2  4 0 253 355
Amarillo      0  6 0 188 219                               Kent           1  5 0 263 340
WEEK EIGHT
FRIDAY APRIL 15
GREEN BAY 62, Reading 19 (4086) - James McClinton finished with four sacks as the Blizzard allowed a season-low 19 points. The Blizzard, which averaged 51.4 points in its first five games, managed just 23 points in the first half, but Chris Bell scored all three TDs. Green Bay outscored the Express 39-6 in the second half.
SIOUX FALLS 77, La Crosse 10 - Storm QB Chris Dixon threw for six scores and ran for two more. But it was the Storm defense that set the tone, forcing five turnovers and three sacks. The Spartans gained 131 rushing, but their QBs combined to complete 8 of 24 passes with four interceptions as the Storm were airtight in the red zone.
SATURDAY APRIL 16
WICHITA 56, Amarillo 32 (3048) - Amarillo was its own worst enemy, committing six turnovers - three fumbles and three interceptions - that Wichita turned into 25 points. The Venom led 26-24 in the second quarter before imploding on three straight possessions, as Venom QB Andrew Carcich threw an interception and lost a fumble.
SEATTLE 51, Wenatchee Valley 12 - The Venom lost their QB and fifth straight game to the Seattle Timberwolves, a team that changed its name, ownership and head coach four days earlier. Devin Hollins was knocked out of the game in the second quarter, forcing the Venom to press Tim Simmons, their leading WR, into the QB position.
Tri-Cities 86, ARIZONA 31 - Arizona was never in the game, as the Fever scored two defensive touchdowns and Dennis Rogan returned a missed field goal back for another score. Fever linebacker Jason Beauchamp also blocked a field goal attempt, caught the ball in mid-air, and rolled into the end zone for a touchdown.
W. TEXAS 39, Omaha 16 - The Roughnecks held the Beef to six points in the second half and 98 total offensive yards. The Roughnecks held a 19-10 lead after the first half as all the scoring occured in the opening quarter. In the third quarter, Odessa's defense held the Beef to two field goals while the Roughnecks offense scored 10.
NEBRASKA 60, Allen 37 - QB Dixie Wooten ran for four touchdowns and threw for two more scores to lead the Danger. Wooten finished the game 19-for-30 passing for 196 yards. The Wranglers did hold Danger running back Erick Jackson to 26 yards on 11 carries, but Wooten gained 58 yards on 10 carries.
Chicago 52, LEHIGH VALLEY 27 - Slaughter QB Ben Sankey and James Robinson connected on four TDs. Sankey completed 10 of 18 passes for 152 yards and four TDs. QB A.J. Roque was 19-for-45 for 138 yards, two TDs and three interceptions for the Steelhawks, who saw OT Al Stokes break his leg on the second play.
BLOOMINGTON 53, Richmond 40 (4569) - With quick-strike explosiveness on offense and constant, hounding pressure on defense, the Extreme built a 26-point halftime lead, but the Revolution threatened to get within a TD late in the game. Ke’Andre Sams stopped Richmond QB Monte Pervis on a fourth-down run to clinch the win.
SUNDAY APRIL 17
COLORADO 59, Wyoming 54 (2300) - The first half saw five different lead changes as the two teams were neck and neck through halftime with a tied score at 23-23. Wyoming led 32-30 going into the fourth quarter, before Colorado scored 29 points in the final frame to remain perfect before its biggest crowd in two years.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   6  0 0 482 186 Reading        4  3 0 240 278 Bloomington    6  1 0 315 210
Omaha         3  3 0 206 208 Lehigh Valley  1  5 0 199 245 GREEN BAY      5  1 0 329 247
Nebraska      3  3 0 334 347 Richmond       1  6 0 208 297 Chicago        5  2 0 341 297
Wichita       1  5 0 247 339                               LA CROSSE      3  4 0 273 345
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    5  2 0 284 229 Colorado       7  0 0 287 209 Tri-Cities     5  1 0 375 232
Allen         4  3 0 286 316 Wyoming        4  2 0 309 195 Fairbanks      4  3 0 341 293
Bricktown     2  5 0 195 268 Arizona        0  7 0 169 445 Wenatchee      2  5 0 265 406
Amarillo      0  7 0 210 275                               Seattle        2  5 0 314 352
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY APRIL 22
Green Bay 60, WENATCHEE VALLEY 6 (1700) - The Green Bay defense pitched a shutout until late in the fourth
quarter and quarterback Jameel Sewell threw for three TDs and ran for two more. Sewell was 27-for-45 for 299 yards. The defense intercepted Wenatchee Valley quarterback Charles Dowdell four times and recorded a safety.
WYOMING 53, Arizona 12 - With only 15 players, some of them recruited at the last minute, the Adrenaline actually led early in the game when QB Dennis Havrilla threw a 6-yard TD pass to James Mayfield. Wyoming led 16-6 at the half, then pulled ahead 50-12 going into the final period of play, and capped it with a FG early in the fourth.
Bloomington 71, LA CROSSE 26 (2372) - Extreme QB Rocky Hinds was 13-for-19 for 182 yards with seven TDs and one interception. The Spartans scored first, but it was a disaster after that. After Bloomington's initial possession, it ran 14 plays and scored seven TDs. Five of them were one-play drives, four TD passes by Hinds.
FAIRBANKS 40, Chicago 35 - The Grizzlies won their ffith straight. Most of the Grizzlies offense spent time on the ground as they finished with 184 total rushing yards, bettering the Slaughter’s 58. Slaughter QB Ben Sankey completed 23 of 44 passes for 224 yards with 4 TD passes and 1 interception.
SATURDAY APRIL 23
TRI-CITIES 48, Colorado 42 (4200) - The Fever handed Colorado its first loss. Colorado went up 42-41 with 14 seconds to play in on a four-yard TD pass from David Knighton to Kenneth Witter. Tri-Cities came right back and scored with seven seconds remaining on a 25-yard touchdown pass from Houston Lillard to Joey Hew Len.
ALLEN 56, Wichita 44 - Allen scored two fourth-quarter TDs to beat Wichita. After allowing 42 points in the first half, the Wild defense held the Wranglers scoreless in the third. But Wichita's offense sputtered after halftime, too. Darius Fudge had the team's only second-half TD. Dylan Pohlman added two FGs and had six for the game.
West Texas 66, AMARILLO 23 - Roughnecks QB Arkelon Hall passed for 281 yards and seven TDs, both season highs, to keep Amarillo winless. The Venom hung with West Texas for a half, trailing 17-10 at the half. The Venom fired coach Rodney Blackshear on Monday. He was hired as the sixth head coach in team history in October.
Sioux Falls 84, BRICKTOWN 30 - The Storm stayed unbeaten as they led 28-7 after one quarter, 42-18 at halftime and 63-24 after three quarters. QB Chris Dixon passed for 213 yards and 7 TDs, and ran for one more. The Storm rushed for a total of five touchdowns, as they held the Brawlers to 84 yards passing.
OMAHA 46, Nebraska 37 (3200) - In a game that saw the lead change hands 11 times, Omaha finally got the upper hand in the fourth quarter, holding Nebraska to just three points and getting a key sack of Dixie Wooten in the end zone for a safety and the first two-possession lead of the game with five minutes remaining.
Reading 40, LEHIGH VALLEY 37 - Erik Rockhold kicked a 16-yard FG as time expired to lift the Express to the win. Rockhold had a chance to give the Express the lead earlier in the quarter but a long FG  was wide. He got a 2nd chance when Steve Brazzle blocked a FG by Paul Stoltz and Anthony Kelly recovered it at the Steelhawks 3.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   7  0 0 566 216 Reading        5  3 0 280 315 Bloomington    7  1 0 386 236
Omaha         4  3 0 252 245 Lehigh Valley  1  6 0 236 285 GREEN BAY      6  1 0 389 253
Nebraska      3  4 0 371 393 Richmond       1  6 0 208 297 Chicago        5  3 0 376 337
Wichita       1  6 0 291 395                               LA CROSSE      3  5 0 299 416
WEEK ONE (Bye - Johnstown, N. Kentucky)
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18
SAGINAW 49, E. Kentucky 44 (3121) - The Sting won their first game in two years in the UIFL debut. Josh Skodack returned an interception 35 yards to give Saginaw a 49-38 lead with 1:56 left in the fourth, and the Sting held on. Sting QB Tommy Jones was 41-of-50 for 278 yards and five TDs, two to Chuck Dowdell.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 20
HUNTINGTON 41, Canton 26 (2000) - Huntington recorded five defensive scores, including all three fourth-quarter TDs. Andre Portis had a fumble return 10 yards for a TD and 15-yard interception return for a score. Kevin Allen Jr. took back interceptions of 20 and 50 yards, while  Rodney Fritz’ 15-yard fumble return to capped the scoring.
Saginaw             1  0 0   49   44 N. Kentucky         0  0 0    0    0
Huntington          1  0 0   41   26 E. Kentucky         0  1 0   44   49
Johnstown           0  0 0    0    0 Canton              0  1 0   26   41
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25
N. Kentucky 63, CANTON 41 (2618) - The River Monsters won their debut , as they recorded six passing scores, a rushing score, returned an interception and a kickoff for touchdowns. In his return to professional football, QB Jared Lorenzen turned in a solid performance, throwing for six touchdowns on 24-of-38 passing and 257 yards.
E. KENTUCKY 38, Huntington 26 (3600) -  Drillers WR Aric Evans, the league's offensive player of the week last week, caught TD passes on his team's first two plays. Then the Huntington defense settled in as they cashed in on two Huntington turnovers for scores. Hammer QBMartevious Young had two TD passes and two rushing TDs.
SAGINAW 59, Johnstown 41 (2829) - On the Sting’s second play, WR Chuck Dowdell caught a TD pass. It was one of three first-quarter TDs, as Saginaw quickly went up 23-0 against a Generals team playing its season opener. The Generals fought back to trail 35-28 in the second quarter, before the Sting pulled away again.
Saginaw             2  0 0  108   85 E. Kentucky         1  1 0   82   75
N. Kentucky         1  0 0   63   41 Johnstown           0  1 0   41   59
Huntington          1  1 0   67   64 Canton              0  2 0   67  104
WEEK THREE (Bye - Canton, Saginaw, Huntington, E. Kentucky)
SATURDAY MARCH 5
N. Kentucky 62, JOHNSTOWN 49 (2135) - Harry Lewis scored two of his four TDs as the River Monsters dominated the third quarter, scoring 21 of the 24 points scored in decisive third stanza. QB Jared Lorenzen, who made 22 of 37 passes for 275 yards, threw seven TD passes in the win.
Saginaw             2  0 0  108   85 E. Kentucky         1  1 0   82   75
N. Kentucky         2  0 0  125   90 Johnstown           0  2 0   90  121
Huntington          1  1 0   67   64 Canton              0  2 0   67  104
WEEK FOUR
SATURDAY MARCH 12
JOHNSTOWN 41, Canton 19 - The Generals limited the Cougars to just 31 second-half yards and yielded just 86 yards after Canton jumped out to a 13-point lead. Johnstown overcame that 19-6 deficit and scored the final 35 points of the game, starting in the second quarter when QB David Dinkins scrambled in from 2 yards away.
E. KENTUCKY 60, N. Kentucky 33 (3200) - The River Monsters came into the game leading the UIFL with 62.5 points per game, but were stymied by the league’s second leading scoring defense. Eastern Kentucky scored 21 unanswered points spanning the end of the second and beginning of the third quarter to put the game away.
SUNDAY MARCH 13
Huntington 38, SAGINAW 37 (2022) - The Hammer's defense came up with two interceptions in the fourth period to create a four-way tie for first place in the UIFL. Hammer QB Martevious Young accounted for 208 total yards. He threw for 141 and two scores and ran for 57 on 10 carries and scored twice.
Saginaw             2  1 0  145  123 E. Kentucky         2  1 0  142  108
N. Kentucky         2  1 0  158  150 Johnstown           1  2 0  131  140
Huntington          2  1 0  105  101 Canton              0  3 0   86  145
WEEK FIVE
FRIDAY MARCH 18
HUNTINGTON 39, E. Kentucky 28 (1500) - Huntington QB Martevious Young ran for three TDs and threw two TD passes. On defense, the Hammer held their fourth straight opponent under 40 points and took home the Coal Cup, which goes to the winner of each game in the rivalry. The two are not scheduled to meet again.
N. KENTUCKY 79, Johnstown 21 (2916) - The River Monsters scored 36 straight points to break open a tie game after the Generals scored first on a 48-yard pass from QB Jeff Slatcoff to Terrell Sims. N. Kentucky QB Jared Lorenzen threw the first of his six TD passes, this one to Harry Lewis, to tie the score and the rout was on.
MONDAY MARCH 21
CANTON 53, Saginaw 52 (2000) - In the final two minutes, Canton got their only defensive four-and-out stop and Ryan Brinson snared a 14-yard TD pass from back-up QB Tavares Woodley with 6.5 seconds left. Brian Kover kicked the XP.  Cougars co-owner Andrew Haines had previously guaranteed a victory or free tickets for the fans.
Huntington          3  1 0  144  129 E. Kentucky         2  2 0  170  147
N. Kentucky         3  1 0  237  171 Johnstown           1  3 0  152  219
Saginaw             2  2 0  197  176 Canton              1  3 0  139  197
WEEK SIX
THURSDAY MARCH 24
SAGINAW 76, E. Kentucky 41 (1769) - Sting QB Tommy Jones threw five TD passes, bringing his season total to a league-leading 31. LaVaughn Macon caught three TDs. Saginaw's Kevin Brown finished with two TD catches and a kickoff return TD. Ed Loscalzo, playing in his first Sting game, returned an interception 35 yards for a TD.
FRIDAY MARCH 25
HUNTINGTON 52, Johnstown 16 (1000) - Huntington took a 26-3 lead early, as QB Martevious Young threw six TD passes, including scoring strikes to T.R. Dues, Kenny Davis (three TD receptions), Jeff Phillips and LaRoi Johnson. Johnstown QB David Dinkins arrived late to the game according to broadcast reports and didn’t start.
MONDAY MARCH 28
N. KENTUCKY 63, Canton 52 - Jared Lorenzen threw for a UIFL record nine TDs, five to Harry Lewis, who tied the UIFL record, as Northern Kentucky posted a thrilling comeback victory, 63-52. Canton took its only lead 47-40 on
the last play of the third, but back-to-back TDs by Ricardo Lenhart and a uno by Dustin Zink changed the tide.
Huntington          4  1 0  196  145 E. Kentucky         2  3 0  211  223
N. Kentucky         4  1 0  300  223 Canton              1  4 0  191  260
Saginaw             3  2 0  273  217 Johnstown           1  4 0  168  272
WEEK SEVEN
FRIDAY APRIL 1
Saginaw 33, JOHNSTOWN 29 - Tommy Jones led the way for Saginaw, with 21 of 37 passing for 229 yards, four TDs and three interceptions. Johnstown had a chance to pull out the victory, but its final drive bogged down on the five in the final moments. Saginaw’s victory marked only the fourth time this season the visiting team has won.
N. KENTUCKY 69, Huntington 40 - The River Monsters were out to prove they could play defense as well. They
held Huntington scoreless in two of the four quarters in claiming sole possession of first. The River Monsters proved that their offense was more potent, scoring on their first three and six of their seven first-half possessions.
SUNDAY APRIL 3
E. KENTUCKY 59, Canton 28 - The Drillers remained unbeaten at home after scoring 28 unanswered points in the second quarter. The scoring explosion was part of a first-half barrage in which enabled the Drillers to take a 35-7 lead into the half. E. Kentucky’s Aric Evans, the league’s top TD threat, added four more to his tally.
N. Kentucky         5  1 0  369  263 E. Kentucky         3  3 0  270  251
Huntington          4  2 0  236  214 Canton              1  5 0  219  319
Saginaw             4  2 0  306  246 Johnstown           1  5 0  197  305
WEEK EIGHT
SATURDAY APRIL 9
N. Kentucky 78, CANTON 55 (3200) - ared Lorenzen tied his own UIFL record with nine passing TDs as the River Monsters stayed atop of the UIFL standings. Harry Lewis recorded seven receptions for 90 yards and four TDs. Ray Marrow threw seven TDs for the Cougars as Ryan Brinson had six catches for 143 yards.
E. KENTUCKY 43, Johnstown 21 - Eastern Kentucky’s defense held Johnstown scoreless in the first half, while Matthew Barbour hauled in a team-high four touchdown passes in the victory. The Drillers also relied on their defense, which recorded a safety and blocked a field goal
Saginaw 49, HUNTINGTON 42 (1000) - Saginaw scored the tie-breaking TD, by WR LaVaughn Macon, with less than a minute remaining. Huntington’s defense appeared to have come up with the game’s biggest play, but Josh Kaltsas’ interception return for a TD was called back due to a penalty late in the fourth quarter.
N. Kentucky         6  1 0  447  318 E. Kentucky         4  3 0  313  272
Saginaw             5  2 0  355  288 Canton              1  6 0  274  397
Huntington          4  3 0  278  263 Johnstown           1  6 0  218  348
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY APRIL 15
SAGINAW 62, Canton 61 (1913) - The Cougars rallied from an early 21-point deficit and scored a TD with 9 seconds left to pull within a point, but K Lawrence Vickerstaff pushed the extra point right. The Cougars then recovered an onside kick, but were unable to capitalize as the Sting held on for their fourth-straight game.
SATURDAY APRIL 16
N. KENTUCKY 59, E. Kentucky 42 - Butch Abshire, who was pressed into action offensively due to an injury to Harry Lewis, hauled in a 22-yard TD pass with 2:29 left after the Drillers had cut the NKY lead down to three.On On the ensuing possession, his interception in the end zone ended any thoughts of a Drillers comeback.
SUNDAY APRIL 17
JOHNSTOWN 33, Huntington 32 - Johnstown got a second chance and K Matt Domonkos connected on a 17-yard FG with two seconds left to ruin the debut of Michael Owens as Hammer head coach. The Generals had a chance to retake the lead with 2:18 to go, but Domonkos missed to the right on a 43-yard field goal.
WEEK ONE
FRIDAY MARCH 18
FAYETTEVILLE 45, Carolina 39 (2000) - Fayetteville's defense produced interceptions on Carolina's first two  possessions as the Force built an early 14-0 margin and 38-13 midway through the third period, before the Speed scored the next 26 points. A fourth down pass to end the game fell incomplete in the end zone for Carolina.
SATURDAY MARCH 19
ALBANY 30, Louisiana 27 (5221) - Wes Vergilio’s 39-yard FG as time expired culminated a 20-point comeback for Albany. The Swashbucklers led 27-7 at half, but were held scoreless in the second half. Albany tied the game on an 8-yard pass from Cecil Lester to Aaron Wheeler with 11:53 left. Sammy Knight caught two TDs for Louisiana.
ABILENE 83, Corpus Christi 27 (1967) - Joe Brannen threw six TD passes and rushed for two scores as the Ruff Riders jumped out to a 30-0 first quarter and set a franchise records for points. Brannen was 25 of 46 for 240 yards. Coco Blalock caught three TD passes, while Juan Reese had 10 catches for 111 yards and two scores.
RICHMOND 59, Trenton 56 (2457) - Bryan Randall threw for 285 yards and seven TDs for as Richmond. Damon Thompson caught eight passes for 136 yards and four touchdowns for Richmond. E.J. Nemeth threw three touchdown passes and rushed for two more in the Steel’s debut.
Columbus 67, ALABAMA 20 (4079) - The defending champs forced eight Alabama turnovers, converting three into TDs. Columbus scored on fumble recoveries by Ryan Babb and Justin Rivers. Damiam Daniels had a fourth-quarter interception return. Chris McCoy threw six TDs, three to Maurice Dupree, and ran for one for Columbus.
SUNDAY MARCH 20
Erie 46, HARRISBURG 25 (349) - Trumaine Riley caught three of Adam DiMichele’s five TD passes as the Explosion pulled away to a road victory. Riley finished with nine catches for 143 yards. DiMichelle was 18 of 34 for 239 yards. Andre Coles rushed for two Stampede touchdowns.
HOUSTON 52, Rio Grande Valley 20 - Robert Kent threw five TD passes as the Stallions jumped out a 21-0 lead en route to a easy victory. Kenyada Tatum and Timon Marshall each caught two scores, Robert Kent rushed for two and Carlos Alsup rushed for one and caught another.  Archie Reed had two interceptions on defense.
MONDAY MARCH 21
MOBILE 56, Georgia 6 - Mobile was originally scheduled to play Lafayette, but the franchise folded on March 18th. The Firebirds were a quick replacement. Mobile turned the ball over on its first possession, but rebounded quickly and scored on the next three. The Tarpons led 36-0 at halftime.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Erie          1  0 0  46  25 Fayetteville   1  0 0  45  39 Albany         1  0 0  30  27
Harrisburg    0  1 0  25  46 Richmond       1  0 0  59  56 Columbus       1  0 0  67  20
Trenton       0  1 0  56  59 Carolina       0  1 0  39  45 Alabama        0  1 0  20  67
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
Abilene       1  0 0  83  27 Mobile         1  0 0   0   0
Houston       1  0 0  52  20 Louisiana      0  1 0  27  30
Rio Grande V  0  1 0  20  52 Lafayette      0  1 0   0   0
Corpus Christ 0  1 0  27  83
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY MARCH 25
Albany 58, CAROLINA 45 - Cecil Lester came off the bench and threw six TD passes as Albany spoiled Carolina's home opener. Antwone Savage and Antwon Cutts each caught two TD passes. C.J. Washington returned a kickoff back for a TD and Derrick Wimbush rushed for a TD as Albany pulled away from a 24-21 halftime lead.
SATURDAY MARCH 26
LOUISIANA 67, Alabama 35 (3500) - It appeared the Hammers had cut the Louisiana lead to five just before half, but Charles McClain had an 11-yard reception ruled a fumble in the end zone and the result was a touchback. A 10-yard run by Bucs RB Ken Perry, his third of the night, put the Bucs up 47-35 in the third and they pulled away.
Erie 76, TRENTON 73 (3620) - Erie QB Adam DiMichele threw nine TD passes and ran for one more. After Trenton took a 10-6 lead into the second quarter, the teams combined for eight TDs and 55 points and the Explosion took a 38-33 lead into half. WR Kevin Conception secured the win with a 5-yard TD catch, his fourth, in the final minute.
Lafayette at Houston (Cancelled)
SUNDAY MARCH 27
COLUMBUS 44, Richmond 30 - Lions LB Ryan Babb returned an interception 45 yards for the first score of the game, Anthony Merritt returned a missed FG the length of the field for a TD and the Lions’ defense ended five Richmond drives with either an interception or fumble recovery.
RG VALLEY 33, Corpus Christi 19 - QB Billy Garza had 144 passing yards and 3 TD passes to lead the Magic to a 27-6 halftime edge. But except for a 30-yard TD pass to Ivan Burley with 5:11 left in the game, the Magic were shut down in the 2nd half. Victor Anderson’s interception with 11.5 seconds left sealed the win.
FAYETTEVILLE 75, Harrisburg 66 - After Harrisburg erased a 50-22 haftime deficit and led 66-62 with 51.1 seconds left, Jay Jackson, from his own 9-yard line, caught the go-ahead TD with 19.7 seconds left. Harrisburg lined up for a tying FG from 63 yards with two seconds to go, but Marcus Hicks recovered the carom for a TD.
MONDAY MARCH 28
MOBILE 61, Abilene 51 -
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Erie          2  0 0 122  98 Fayetteville   2  0 0 120 105 Albany         2  0 0  88  72
Harrisburg    0  2 0  91 121 Richmond       1  1 0  89 100 Columbus       2  0 0 111  50
Trenton       0  2 0 129 135 Carolina       0  2 0  84 103 Alabama        0  2 0  55 134
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
Houston       2  0 0  52  20 Mobile         2  0 0  61  51
Abilene       1  1 0 134  88 Louisiana      1  1 0  84  65
Rio Grande V  1  1 0  53  71 Lafayette      0  2 0   0   0
Corpus Christ 0  2 0  46 116
WEEK THREE (Bye - Huntsville, Corpus Christi)
WEDNESDAY MARCH 30
HOUSTON 75, RG Valley 59 - QB Robert Kent repeatedly took advantage of a clearly tired Magic team. Houston, which hadn’t played since March 20, jumped out to a 54-33 lead at halftime and fended off a late RGV rally. Kent ended the night 24-for-32 with 308 yards and 6 scores, completing his first 13 passes.
FRIDAY APRIL 1
Erie 39, CAROLINA 36 - Adam DiMichelle’s 44-yard pass to Kevin Concepcion with 6:39 remaining lifted Erie to another road victory. Carolina jumped out to a 14-0 first quarter lead. DiMichelle finished with 5 TD passes, while Shane Milligan threw two for the Speed.
SATURDAY APRIL 2
Louisiana at Lafayette (Cancelled)
ABILENE 59, Mobile 18 (2943) - Eight players scored TDs as Abilene used a 37-point second quarter to split the home-and-home series with Mobile. Rashuan Jones and David Irizarry returned interceptions for TDs for Abilene in the second, then the defense posted a second-half shutout. Todd Wilson had three TD passes for Mobile Bay.
Richmond 59, HARRISBURG 41 (710) - Brandon Isaiah and Aaron Alexander each rushed for three TDs as Richmond erased a 21-6 first quarter deficit. The Raiders held the Stampede to a FG and UNO in the second and third quarters and took the lead for good at 31-25 on an Alexander 13-yarder to Damon Thompson in the third.
ALBANY 46, Columbus 26 (5423) - Cecil Lester threw five TD passes as Albany rallied from a 16-12 halftime deficit to hand the defending SIFL champions their first loss. John Harris caught three TD passes and the Panthers held Columbus to one second half TD. Chris McCoy threw two touchdown passes for the Lions.
SUNDAY APRIL 3
Fayetteville 56, TRENTON 53 (3023) - Lamar Little threw three of his five TD passes to Jay Jackson as Fayetteville scored 30 straight points to hand Trenton its third three-point loss. Trenton led 29-16 after E.J. Nemeth’s 20-yard TD to Antoine Rivera in the 2nd quarter, but Fayetteville kept Trenton scoreless as it reeled off four straight TDs.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Erie          3  0 0 161 134 Fayetteville   3  0 0 176 158 Albany         3  0 0 134  98
Harrisburg    0  3 0 132 180 Richmond       2  1 0 148 141 Columbus       2  1 0 137  96
Trenton       0  3 0 182 191 Carolina       0  3 0 120 142 Alabama        0  2 0  55 134
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
Houston       3  0 0 127  79 Mobile         2  1 0  79 110
Abilene       2  1 0 193 106 Louisiana      2  1 0  84  65
Rio Grande V  1  2 0 112 146 Lafayette      0  3 0   0   0
Corpus Christ 0  2 0  46 116
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY APRIL 8
CAROLINA 51, Harrisburg 36 - Antonio Miller threw five touchdown passes to four different receivers as Carolina won the battle of winless teams. Spoiled in the loss was a 15-catch effort from Harrisburg’s Collis Martin. The Stampede were only able to muster four touchdowns on the night, including two in the final minute of play.
SATURDAY APRIL 9
Trenton 65, ERIE 62 (2002) - Craig Camay’s 34-yard field goal at the buzzer gave Trenton its first-ever victory. Trenton tied the game on Antoine Rivera’s 13-yard pass from EJ Nemeth with 6:52 left and got the ball back after a missed Explosion FG. Camay nailed three FGs in the game. Nemeth threw for 303 yards and seven TDs.
Houston 89, ABILENE 27 (3355) - Robert Kent threw six TD passes and rushed for two more as Houston set an SIFL record for road scoring. Kent completed 15 of 18 passes for 247 yards, connecting with Timon Marshall three times for TDs. The Stallions defense intercepted four Ruff Rider passes and registered five sacks.
Columbus 29, FAYETTEVILLE 28 - Trey Crum’s 28-yard field goal as time expired gave Columbus a come-from-behind win. The Force had leads of 21-16 and 28-13 before Columbus rallied behind Chris McCoy TDs to Gerald Gales and Brandon Horace. McCoy had 214 yards and three TDs passing and ran for another.
RICHMOND 54, Alabama 29 - Damon Thompson caught nine passes for 139 yards and three TDs as Richmond jumped out to an early 23-6 lead. Alabama closed to 23-16 on a third-quarter FG, but Herb Jones’ 8-yarder from Robbie Jenkins and Michael Woodhouse’s fumble recovery staked the Raiders back to a three-score lead.
Albany at Lafayette (Cancelled) -
CORPUS CHRISTI 70, RG Valley 53 (3250) - Anthony Andre threw for 239 yards and seven TDs, two each to Corey
Brittain, Keith Smith and Julius Eppinger and one to Chris Peete, as the Hammerheads won their home opener. Two Brittain TDs and a 42-yard Skyler Moore run helped the Hammerheads score 30 points in the 2nd quarter.
LOUISIANA 73, Mobile Bay 32 - Ben McLaughlin tied the SIFL record with nine TD passes as the Swashbucklers pulled away from a 22-20 first quarter lead. Marc Wildrige and Taurean Rhetta each had three TDs for LA as McLaughlin finished with 272 yards. LA’s defense held Mobile Bay to 12 points over the final 45 minutes.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Erie          3  1 0 223 199 Fayetteville   3  1 0 204 187 Albany         4  0 0 134  98
Trenton       1  3 0 247 253 Richmond       3  1 0 202 170 Columbus       3  1 0 166 124
Harrisburg    0  4 0 168 231 Carolina       1  3 0 171 178 Alabama        0  3 0  84 188
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
Houston       4  0 0 216 106 Louisiana      3  1 0 157  97
Abilene       2  2 0 220 195 Mobile         2  2 0 111 183
Corpus Christ 1  2 0 116 169 Lafayette      0  4 0   0   0
Rio Grande V  1  3 0 165 216
WEEK FIVE
FRIDAY APRIL 15
ERIE 89, Harrisburg 35 (1500) - Rookie QB Adam DiMichele threw for an SIFL-record 10 TD passes, and the Explosion surged to a 33-0 lead on the way to an easy win. WR Kevin Concepcion had 10 receptions, five for TDs. Backup QB Darmel Whitfield scored on 1-yard run for Erie's 87th point, which broke the franchise scoring record.
TRENTON 86, Carolina 42 (3071) - The Steel, losers of their first three games by three points, broke out of a 41-34 halftime lead to score 45 second-half points. QB E.J.Nemeth had his best night of the season, completing 19-of-33 passes for 336 yards, seven of which went for touchdowns. Four of the scoring tosses went to Oderick Turner.
CORPUS CHRISTI 86, South Texas 19 (3000) - The Hammerheads filled the void originally with the East Texas Wranglers. However, a scheduling issue arose with the Wranglers setting up the contest with the Bonecrushers, an outdoor team. Hammerheads QB Anthony Andre completed 13 of 15 passes for 204 yards and seven TDs.
SATURDAY APRIL 16
RICHMOND 61, Fayetteville 43 (2866) - The Raiders bolted to a 42-10 lead after three quarters and took over sole possession of first before a crowd that included Gov. Bob McDonnell. Until a fourth-quarter letdown, Richmond recovered two fumbles, intercepted two passes and held the Force to 97 yards of offense.
COLUMBUS 106, Mobile 35 - Anthony Merritt scored six TDs and QB Chris McCoy passed for 10 more as the Lions rolled to a team-record win. Merritt scored four rushing touchdowns, caught one and ran in a 50-yard kickoff return for a score. Columbus led 29-14 at the end of the first quarter and 64-29 at halftime.
LOUISIANA 70, Abilene 38 - The Bucs dominated the first half, scoring TDs on their first six possessions to take a 42-17 halftime lead. Abilene got within 18 in the third quarter on two touchdowns by FB Alex Joyner, but the Bucs  responded with a Kendrick Perry TD run and 10-yard TD pass from Marcus Wilridge to stretch the lead back to 32.
Houston 54, RG VALLEY 37 - Stallions QB Robert Kent threw for 242 yards and seven TDs while Timon Marshall had eight catches for 133 yards and six TD catches. The Magic led 37-28 through three quarters but were shut out in the final 15 minutes while Houston scored the game’s last 26 points to beat RGV for the third time this season.
ALBANY 47, Alabama 26 - On the Panthers’ opening possession, QB Cecil Lester marched the ball down the field before eventually hooking up with Antwon Cutts for a 13-yard TD pass and an 8-0 lead. Lester finished the game with five TDs. He completed 26 of 43 passes for 332 yards, but he also threw two interceptions.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Erie          4  1 0 312 214 Richmond       4  1 0 263 213 Albany         5  0 0 181 124
Trenton       2  3 0 333 295 Fayetteville   3  2 0 247 248 Columbus       4  1 0 272 159
Harrisburg    0  5 0 203 320 Carolina       1  4 0 213 264 Alabama        0  4 0 110 235
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
Houston       5  0 0 270 143 Louisiana      4  1 0 227 135
Abilene       2  3 0 258 265 Mobile         2  3 0 146 289
Corpus Christ 2  2 0 116 169 Lafayette      0  4 0   0   0
Rio Grande V  1  4 0 202 270
WEEK SIX (Bye - Carolina, Mobile)
THURSDAY APRIL 21
Columbus 80, ALABAMA 55 (2147) - The Hammers got four TDs apiece from Maurice Dupree and Charles McClain, but it wasn't enough. It was 49-41 at the end of the third quarter after McClain scored on a 3-yard run, but the Lions outscored the Hammers 31-13 the rest of the way.
SATURDAY APRIL 23
Rio Grande Valley 56, ABILENE 37 (2851) - Billy Garza threw for 221 yards and six TDs to lead Rio Grande. Hurt by a mixture of turnovers and a continuing problem of execution in the red zone, Abilene dropped its third straight game. The Riders managed to outgain the Magic, 311-221, but four Abilene turnovers proved to be the difference.
Trenton 61, HARRISBURG 45 (734) - Harrisburg QB Andre Coles finished the night 11-18 for 197 yards and 4 TDs, but couldn't score enough points to overcome Steel QB E.J. Nemeth, who finished 16-26 for 294 yards and 5 TDs. Harrisburg climbed back from a 23-15 halftime deficit to draw within 23-22 before Trenton pulled away.
Albany 43, FAYETTEVILLE 40 - Geoff Boyer kicked a 25-yard FGl with 35 seconds left to give Albany the lead. Fayetteville QB Lamar Little was sacked twice on the last possession as the Force dropped their third straight. Cecil Lester completed 25 of 44 passes for 272 yards with five TDs as the Panthers remained unbeaten at 6-0.
ERIE 74, Richmond 54 (2201) - Erie QB Adam DiMichele threw for 11 TDs to set a SIFL record for most TDs in a game for the third consecutive week. DiMichele threw nine TD passes two weeks ago and 10 last week. He completed 24 of 36 passes for 300 yards. Kevin Concepcion caught 14 passes for 135 yards and four TDs.
LOUISIANA SWASHBUCKLERS 73, Louisiana Hurricanes 6 - The Swashbucklers were forced to find an opponent at the last minute after being informed late Friday that Mobile was not showing up. The Tarpons had replaced Lafayette on the schedule. Mobile Bay folded Friday, according to an announcement on its Twitter feed.
HOUSTON 85, Corpus Christi 30 (2256) - Robert Kent threw seven TD passes as Houston won its home opener and scored 80 or more for the second straight game. Timon Marshall had five catches for 105 yards and 3 TDs. Anthony Andre threw for 252 yards and four touchdowns for the Hammerheads, but was intercepted four times.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Erie          5  1 0 386 268 Richmond       4  2 0 317 287 Albany         6  0 0 224 164
Trenton       3  3 0 394 340 Fayetteville   3  3 0 287 291 Columbus       5  1 0 352 214
Harrisburg    0  6 0 248 381 Carolina       1  4 0 213 264 Alabama        0  5 0 165 315
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
Houston       6  0 0 355 173 Louisiana      5  1 0 227 135
Corpus Christ 2  3 0 146 254 Mobile         2  3 0 146 289
Abilene       2  4 0 295 321 Lafayette      0  5 0   0   0
Rio Grande V  2  4 0 258 307
NOTE: Mobile Bay Tarpons folded on April 22nd.
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Albany, Houston)
FRIDAY APRIL 29
Trenton 69, FAYETTEVILLE 34 - Trenton's E.J. Nemeth completed 25 of 36 passes for 290 yards with six TDs and two interceptions by Jerome Mann. Nemeth also ran nine times for 43 yards and two scores. Force coach Marquette Smith said the players received payment Thursday that got them up to date financially.
SATURDAY APRIL 30
Alabama def. Mobile (Forfeit)
HARRISBURG 41, Erie 40 (502) - Harrisburg thundered back from a 40-16 second half deficit to earn its first victory of the season. With just over a minute left, QB Richard Johnson found Collis Martin on fourth and ten from the Stampede 20 to give the Stampede the lead at 41-40. Erie missed a potential game-winning FG as time expired.
ALBANY 61, Richmond 46 (5147) - Cecil Lester threw for 320 yards and 8 TDs as Albany used a 22-3 second half run to pull away. The Raiders led 29-27 early in the third before three straight Albany TDs. Antwone Savage caught three TD passes and John Harris two. The Panther defense had five interceptions, three from Demetrius McCray.
ABILENE 88, North Texas Crunch 47 (2091) - Ty Forte threw for 244 yards and 5 five touchdowns as rushed for two more for Abilene, which had 100-yard receiving games from Robert Spells (103) and Juan Reese (121). Abilene had its regular scheduled game with Lafayette cancelled, resulting in a forfeit.
Houston 41, CORPUS CHRISTI 40 (2388) - Robert Kent threw three TD passes and rushed for two more as Houston remained unbeaten. Scott Palmer’s 12-yard TD from Anthony Andre pulled the Hammerheads within a point. After a defensive stop, Corpus Christi had a chance to win but missed a field goal in the final minute.
Louisiana 61, RG VALLEY 63 - Ben McLaughlin threw for 281 yards and eight TDs as Louisiana withstood a late RGV challenge. McLaughlin’s TDs went to five different receivers. RGV advanced to the LA 2-yard line in the final moments, but Ramonce Taylor’s fourth-down pass fell incomplete.
SUNDAY MAY 1
Columbus 74, CAROLINA 60 - Gerald Gales caught five TD passes and while Anthony Merritt caught two scores, ran for another and threw for a fourth for the defending champions. The Speed tied the game three times in the third quarter, but Columbus answered each time used a Ramone Nickerson interception to make separation.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Erie          5  2 0 426 309 Richmond       4  3 0 363 348 Albany         7  0 0 285 210
Trenton       4  3 0 463 374 Fayetteville   3  4 0 321 360 Columbus       6  1 0 426 274
Harrisburg    1  6 0 289 421 Carolina       1  5 0 273 338 Alabama        1  5 0 165 315
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    6  2 0 350 252 Colorado       7  1 0 329 257 Tri-Cities     6  1 0 423 274
Allen         5  3 0 342 360 Wyoming        5  2 0 362 217 Fairbanks      5  3 0 381 328
Bricktown     2  6 0 225 352 Arizona        0  8 0 181 498 Seattle        2  5 0 314 352
Amarillo      0  8 0 233 341                               Wenatchee      2  6 0 271 466
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY APRIL 29
Wichita 20, BLOOMINGTON 18 (3888) - A blocked FG at the end of the 1st half sent the Extreme streaking into its locker room at the intermission. However, it was another blocked kick that doomed the Extreme. Wichita’s Jordan Xavier blocked Peter Christofilakos’ 23-yard FG on the final play as the one-win Wild upset the Extreme.
FAIRBANKS 78. Wenatchee Valley 33 - The Venom suffered from seven turnovers, including six interceptions thrown by QB Charles Dowdell in his second game. The Grizzlies offense was much more productive, racking up nine scores through the air. QB Donovan Porterie threw for 182 yards and eight TDs, four to John Halman.
SATURDAY APRIL 30
READING 49, Richmond 28 - The Express recorded the 70th win in the franchise's six-year history. Express QB Chris Malleo once again played a large part of the victory. Malleo completed 18 of 23 passes for 206 yards and five touchdowns. Malleo found Jeff Willis on 11 occasions, for 93 yards and three touchdowns.
TRI-CITIES 63, Seattle 33 (3000) - QB Houston Lillard threw four TD passes and ran for another to lead the Fever. The Timberwolves trailed 35-27 early in the third quarter before Tri-Cities scored three straight TDs to turn the game into a blowout. Seattle QB Charles McCullum threw for 225 yards with four TDs and three interceptions.
Allen 44, AMARILLO 20 (1800) - The Venom offense disappeared in the final two quarters as the Wranglers cruised. The Venom, with new co-coaches, trailed only 23-20 at halftime, but failed to score in the second half - totalling three-plays-and-out on three of four second half possessions.
Sioux Falls 78, NEBRASKA 56 - The Storm outscored Nebraska 49-16 over the game’s final 36 minutes to improve to 8-0. Sioux Falls scored 35 unanswered points in the second and third quarters to turn a 40-29 deficit into a 64-40 lead on quarterback Chris Dixon’s 1-yard TD run with 49 seconds left in the third quarter.
OMAHA 68, Wyoming 24 (3200) - The Beef jumped out to a 34-3 halftime lead and cruised to the win. James McNear rushed for two touchdowns and threw for four more to lead Omaha. Cavs quarterback Joe McLain completed 15 of 33 passes for 171 yards and three TDs, but was also picked off four times.
LA CROSSE 51, Lehigh Valley 0 (1986) - Kevis Buckley put on a show with a 57-yard TD return off a missed FG. Buddy Rivera hit Emmanuel Spann for a 45-yard TD on the Spartans’ first play from scrimmage.  Bernard Faithful blocked a FG, and Walner Belleus returned it 39 yards for a score. And LaRon Council rushed for three TDs.
SUNDAY MAY 1
CHICAGO 42, Green Bay 39 (6727) - A last-minute FG ruined Robert Garth's return to the Blizzard. The franchise's leading receiver caught three TDs, but Chicago snapped the Blizzard's six-game win streak. A desperation pass by Blizzard QB Willie Copeland was intercepted on the final drive. Chris Nendick hit five FGs for the Slaughter.
COLORADO 74, Arizona 13 - Maurice Greer found paydirt for Colorado's first TD and David Knighton threw two TD passes to Mark Henderson to help the Ice jump out to a 20-0 lead after the first quarter. The Adrenaline, who changed ownership earlier in the week, starting the contest a player short (a kicker).
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   8  0 0 644 272 Reading        6  3 0 329 343 Bloomington    7  2 0 404 256
Omaha         5  3 0 320 269 Lehigh Valley  1  7 0 236 336 GREEN BAY      6  2 0 428 295
Nebraska      3  5 0 427 471 Richmond       1  7 0 236 346 Chicago        6  3 0 418 376
Wichita       2  6 0 311 413                               LA CROSSE      4  5 0 350 416
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    6  2 0 350 252 Colorado       8  1 0 403 270 Tri-Cities     7  1 0 486 307
Allen         6  3 0 386 380 Wyoming        5  3 0 386 285 Fairbanks      6  3 0 459 361
Bricktown     2  6 0 225 352 Arizona        0  9 0 194 572 Seattle        2  6 0 347 415
Amarillo      0  9 0 253 385                               Wenatchee      2  7 0 304 544
WEEK ELEVEN
SATURDAY MAY 7
GREEN BAY 44, La Crosse 21 - Six ejections and a bench-clearing brawl in the halls of the arena became the story. La Crosse DB Calvin Grant was ejected for punching Robert Garth midway through the fourth as the melee began. The on-field skirmish led to three ejections, as the game was halted for more than 15 minutes.
FAIRBANKS 58, Tri-Cities 20 - Fairbanks went on a 39-0 run to put the game away, as the Fever offense was shut out in the second quarter and could only score six points in the third. Grizzlies QB Donovan Porterie tossed three TD passes in the second half. Fairbanks won its seventh in a row and ended the Fever's six-game win streak.
SEATTLE 52, Omaha 50 - The Beef's fourth-quarter rally fell just short. Omaha trailed 45-29 going into the fourth, and 52-37 with less than seven minutes left. But QBk James McNear scored two TDs, the second a pass to Allen Burrell with 22 seconds left. Seattle stopped McNear on a rushing play on the ensuing PAT to seal the win.
WENATCHEE VALLEY 41, Wyoming 37 (1268) - New QB Charles Dowdell helped the Venom snap a seven-game skid. Wenatchee Valley fell behind 14-0 in the first quarter, but it climbed back to take a 22-21 advantage in the third for its first lead since a March 9 loss to Nebraska. Dowdell's 9-yard TD run with 1:19 to go was the clincher.
West Texas 82, ARIZONA 27 - Led by Arkelon Hall, the Roughnecks scored a season-high 82 points for their third win in a row. After the game, Tim's Toyota Center General Manager Gary Spiker said that Adrenaline owes the arena $13,700 to keep its lease active and must pay in advance to use the complex for its final two games.
ALLEN 49, Nebraska 23 - The Danger managed just 10 yards rushing on 11 attempts. The Wranglers scored 28 points in the second quarter to take a 35-17 lead at the half. Dedrick Poole led the Wranglers with 56 yards rushing and a TD. Quarterback Kewan Dewberry completed 11 of 23 passes for 143 yards and three TDs.
Wichita 51, BRICKTOWN 14 - Phil Staback threw four TD passes and ran for another score as the Wild won its second straight game. Wichita scored the first four TDs of the game, two from Staback to Donald Fusilier and the first of three Darius Fudge scores. The Wild shut out the Brawlers in the second half.
Chicago 49, RICHMOND 46 - Kevin Grady ran for six TDs to lead the Slaughter past the Richmond Revolution 49-46 on a wet SportsQuest field, sending the Revolution to their sixth straight defeat. A downpour at halftime chased away all but the heartiest Richmond fans and slowed both offenses.
SIOUX FALLS 60, Bloomington 28 - Averaging 80.5 points per game, Sioux Fallscame into the game with by far the IFL's most potent offense, while Bloomington had the league's best defense, allowing just 27 points per contest. Not only did the Storm's offense put up points, but the offensive line did not surrender a sack.
SUNDAY MAY 8
Reading 51, LEHIGH VALLEY 14 - Down 20-14 in the second quarter, Theo Hall returned a kickoff to the Reading 1-yard line, but Lehigh Valley couldn't capitalize on the great field position, failing to score. The Express then scored 31 straight points to clinch the Atlantic Division title, while Lehigh Valley dropped its seventh in a row.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Sioux Falls   9  0 0 704 300 X-Reading      7  3 0 380 357 GREEN BAY      7  2 0 472 316
Omaha         5  4 0 370 321 Lehigh Valley  1  8 0 250 387 Bloomington    7  3 0 432 316
Nebraska      3  6 0 450 520 Richmond       1  8 0 282 395 Chicago        7  3 0 467 422
Wichita       3  6 0 362 427                               LA CROSSE      4  6 0 371 460
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
West Texas    7  2 0 432 279 Colorado       8  1 0 403 270 Tri-Cities     7  2 0 506 365
Allen         7  3 0 435 403 Wyoming        5  4 0 423 326 Fairbanks      7  3 0 517 381
Bricktown     2  7 0 239 403 Arizona        0 10 0 221 654 Seattle        3  6 0 399 465
Amarillo      0  9 0 253 385                               Wenatchee      3  7 0 345 581
X-Clinched division title
WEEK TWELVE
SATURDAY MAY 14
TRI-CITIES 80, Wenatchee Valley 10 (3500) - After the first quarter, the Venom were sticking with the Fever, trailing by 10. The wheels came off that truck in a hurry. The Fever scored nine unanswered touchdowns from the second quarter forward amid a torrent of turnovers, penalties and other miscues by the Venom.
WYOMING 59, Seattle 39 - Matt Strand decided to retire from indoor football four months ago. After he had thrown four TD passes to lead the Cavalry in his first game back, the veteran QB still had family on his mind. He replaced Joe McLain on the third play of the opening possession and connected with Dante Dudley for an 18-yard TD.
AMARILLO 50, Bricktown 35 (1500) - Sherard Ellis arrived in Amarillo on Wednesday as the latest in a long line of candidates this season to play QB for the Venom. He provided an offensive spark, and the Venom defense forced four turnovers as Amarillo won its first game, under new coach Julian Reese.
Allen 54, WEST TEXAS 26 (750) - The Wranglers led 41-0 in the first half before the Roughnecks got on the scoreboard with a four-yard TD run from DeWayne Hogan to cut it to 41-6 late in the second quarter. West Texas tarting QB Arkelon Hall left the game early and was replaced by Josh Floyd, who threw two TDs to Tim Bush.
Colorado 47, NEBRASKA 39 - Of the 193 yards of offense by the Ice, 92 were rushing yards by QB David Knighton and RB Maurice Greer. Colorado's Prince Hall had an interception which he took back for 20 yards, as well as a sack. The Ice had a total of three sacks on the night with the other two coming from Eryk Anders and Melquan Fair.
Omaha 48, WICHITA 44 (3546) - A 26-point second half gave Omaha a lead that was too much for Wichita to overcome. Wichita took the lead on Darius Fudge’s 2-yard TD carry early in the first quarter. Omaha QB James McNear led a scoring explosion in the second quarter, throwing for three TDs to put the Beef up 32-16 at halftime.
Lehigh Valley 38, RICHMOND 35 - The Steelhawks snapped their seven-game losing streak. After trailing 18-7 after the first quarter, the Steelhawks outscored the Revolution 31-17 the rest of the way.  Richmond kicker Justin Parker missed a 39-yard field goal attempt at the end of regulation that would have forced overtime.
CHICAGO 42, Bloomington 16 (4697) - LB Lenny Radtke had a huge game for the Slaughter, as his block led to a Dan DuFrene rushing TD in the third quarter. He also had 2 interceptions, 8 tackles, and he recovered a blocked kick for a TD. Slaughter K Chris Nendick booted 5 FGs. Bloomington QBs completed just 11 of 29 passes.
SUNDAY MAY 15
SIOUX FALLS 57, Green Bay 38 - Storm QB Chris Dixon threw for 218 yards and four TDs while rushing for another, while James Terry caught 11 balls for 132 yards and two TDs. James Jones rushed for 44 yards and two TDs.Green Bay kicker Joshua Shene made six FGs on seven attempts to break the Blizzard single game-record.
Fairbanks 60, READING 45 - The Grizzlies won their eighth straight game Sunday, this time in unfamiliar territory. Fairbanks, led by six TDs from QB Donovan Porterie, downed the Express in the Grizzlies’ first road game against a team from the United Conference’s Atlantic Division.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
Z-Sioux Falls10  0 0 761 338 X-Reading      7  4 0 425 417 Chicago        8  3 0 509 438
Omaha         6  4 0 418 365 Lehigh Valley  2  8 0 288 422 GREEN BAY      7  3 0 510 373
Nebraska      3  7 0 489 567 Richmond       1  9 0 317 433 Bloomington    7  4 0 448 358
Wichita       3  7 0 406 475                               LA CROSSE      4  6 0 371 460
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
Z-Allen       8  3 0 489 429 Z-Colorado     9  1 0 450 309 Z-Tri-Cities   8  2 0 586 375
West Texas    7  3 0 458 333 Wyoming        6  4 0 482 365 Z-Fairbanks    8  3 0 577 426
Bricktown     2  8 0 274 453 Arizona        0 10 0 221 654 Seattle        3  7 0 438 524
Amarillo      1  9 0 303 420                               Wenatchee      3  8 0 355 661
X-Clinched division title    Z-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY MAY 20
COLORADO 58, Tri-Cities 54 - With less than a minute left in the game and trailing 58-54, the Fever had one last opportunity to put the Ice away. Facing third-and-long on the 25 yard line, Tri-Cities QB Houston Lillard threw a pass to the corner of the end zone, a pass that ended up in the hands of Ice linebacker Prince Hall.
Sioux Falls 70, WYOMING 30 - Sioux Falls QB Chris Dixon went 16-for-16 for 189 yards and six TDs as the Storm remained perfect. The Storm raced out to a 28-6 lead at halftime and continued to pour it on in the second half. Recently unretired Cavalry quarterback Matt Strand finished 13-for-25 with two touchdowns.
SATURDAY MAY 21
Seattle 66, WENATCHEE VALLEY 56 - QB Charles McCullum threw five TD passes and ran for another to lead the Timberwolves. McCullum threw a 13-yard TD pass to Travis Poole and connected with Poole on a two-point conversion pass to give Seattle a 63-56 lead with 6:47 left. Wenatchee led 56-55 early in the fourth quarter.
ARIZONA 54, Bricktown 6 - Struggling Bricktown made it easy for Arizona when they announced to the IFL Wednesday the release of their entire roster. Adrenaline co-owner Kurt Dembaugh said the players wearing Bricktown Brawler helmets came from the Tucson Demons, a squad from the semi-pro AzFL.
Amarillo 36, ALLEN 33 - The Venom staged a furious comeback from a 27-0 first-half deficit, capped off by a dramatic 2-yard TD lob pass from QB Sherard Ellis to WR Anthony Clark on the final play. Amarillo won its second straight game after starting 0-9, beating Allen for the first time in three meetings - including a preseason loss.
Wichita 22, WEST TEXAS 21 - Fighting and clawing to overcome the loss of starting QB Arkelon Hall, the Roughnecks put themselves in position for one last chance. Trying to get set up in the closing seconds for a FG attempt by Zeke Arevalo, the referees ruled that the last of the clock had ticked off during K.J. Black’s spike.
OMAHA 48, Chicago 29 (2800) - The Beef defense, after an outstanding first-half performance in which it held Chicago to 10 points and 91 yards, found itself reeling in the second half, giving up 19 points in the third quarter as a 14-point lead evaporated. But the Beef got it together in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Slaughter 21-0.
BLOOMINGTON 45, Nebraska 27 - Bloomington took advantage of four Nebraska turnovers to snap a three-game losing streak while it extended the Danger skid to five. Bloomington had one yard of offense three minutes into the game and a 14-0 lead thanks to two Danger turnovers. The Danger defense limited the Extreme to 129 yards.
GREEN BAY 72, Reading 40 - QB Willie Copeland threw for 268 yards and six TDs as the Blizzard never trailed. With a seven-point lead midway through the second quarter, Josh Jones picked off Chris Malleo and returned it 12 yards for a TD. The Blizzard defense picked off three passes, returned two for TDs and allowed just 197 yards.
LEHIGH VALLEY 37, Fairbanks 28 - The Steelhawks scored 16 points in the fourth quarter tonight to rally for theirs the first home win of the season and second straight victory. Paul Stoltz connected on the go-ahead 19-yard FG. Roshawn Marshall intercepted the Grizzlies' Donovan Porterie and returned the ball 51 yards as time expired.
RICHMOND 40, La Crosse 37 - LaRon Council ran for 55 yards and two TDs and the Spartans’ defense grabbed four interceptions, but it wasn’t enough. La Crosse outscored the Revolution 24-23 in the second half and had the lead several times but couldn’t answer late. Revolution QB Monte Purvis passed for 130 yards and four TDs.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
X-Sioux Falls11  0 0 831 368 X-Reading      7  5 0 465 489 Z-GREEN BAY    8  3 0 582 413
Omaha         7  4 0 466 394 Lehigh Valley  3  8 0 325 450 Z-Chicago      8  4 0 538 486
Wichita       4  7 0 428 496 Richmond       2  9 0 357 470 Z-Bloomington  8  4 0 493 385
Nebraska      3  8 0 516 612                               LA CROSSE      4  7 0 408 500
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
Z-Allen       8  4 0 522 465 X-Colorado    10  1 0 508 363 Z-Tri-Cities   8  3 0 640 433
West Texas    7  4 0 479 355 Wyoming        6  5 0 512 435 Z-Fairbanks    8  4 0 605 463
Bricktown     2  9 0 280 507 Arizona        1 10 0 275 660 Seattle        4  7 0 504 580
Amarillo      2  9 0 339 453                               Wenatchee      3  9 0 411 727
X-Clinched division title    Z-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
FRIDAY MAY 27
WYOMING 59, Colorado 53 - The Ice, which could have clinched home-field advantage in the playoffs with a victory, scored the game's first 16 points and led 39-27 at halftime. But Wyoming outscored Colorado 32-14 in the second half to rally for the victory and keep its playoff hopes very much alive.
Green Bay 66, LA CROSSE 31 (2135) - Blizzard QB Willie Copeland threw six TD passes, four of them to WR Willie Quinnie. Four other Blizzard players had three or more receptions to aid Copeland in accumulating over 200 yards on 17-of-33 attempts.
SEATTLE 61, Wenatchee 45 - QB Charles McCullum threw six touchdown passes to help the Timberwolves rip the Venom. McCullum completed 17 of 25 passes for 260 yards with no interceptions. He also rushed for a touchdown.
SATURDAY MAY 28
Fairbanks 31, TRI-CITIES 28 - The Grizzlies poured on 22 unanswered points in the second half and took over first place in the Intense Conference’s Pacific Division. Quarterback Donovan Porterie boosted the Grizzlies Saturday by accounting for two touchdowns, including the game-winning 1-yard run with 7:15 left in the contest.
Amarillo 79, ARIZONA 32 - The visiting Venom's skipper Julian Reese kept his record perfect as the Texas team got its third straight win under the interim head coach. Amarillo scored 16 points in the first quarter, and 21 in each of the next three, while Arizona scored a single TD in all but the second quarter, when they twice scored.
West Texas 48, BRICKTOWN 6 - The Roughnecks pulled into a tie for first place atop the Lone Star Division. West Texas quarterback K.J. Black threw four touchdowns in the win, with two going to receiver Wilson Kimble. The defense also picked off three passes on the night.
Omaha 75, NEBRASKA 41 - Omaha took a 40-3 lead into halftime and did not look back, as QB James McNear was 17 of 27 passing for 222 yards and four TDs and also ran for a score. Dixie Wooten led the way for the Danger. The quarterback was 25 of 42 for 299 yards and six touchdowns but also threw three interceptions.
SIOUX FALLS 78, Wichita 16 - After Sioux Falls took a 14-0 lead on TD passes from Chris Dixon to James Terry and Stewart Franks, Wichita answered with a three-yard TD run from Darius Fudge that made it 14-7. Sioux Falls unleashed a 64-3 run after that. The Storm offense racked up 398 yards of offense, with Dixon throwing eight TDs.
LEHIGH VALLEY 38, Richmond 12 -
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
X-Sioux Falls12  0 0 909 384 X-Reading      7  5 0 465 489 Z-GREEN BAY    9  3 0 648 444
Z-Omaha       8  4 0 541 435 Lehigh Valley  4  8 0 363 462 Z-Chicago      8  4 0 538 486
Wichita       4  8 0 444 574 Richmond       2 10 0 369 508 Z-Bloomington  8  4 0 493 385
Nebraska      3  9 0 557 687                               LA CROSSE      4  8 0 439 566
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
Z-Allen       8  4 0 522 465 X-Colorado    10  2 0 561 422 Z-Fairbanks    9  4 0 636 491
Z-West Texas  8  4 0 527 361 Wyoming        7  5 0 571 488 Z-Tri-Cities   8  4 0 668 464
Amarillo      3  9 0 418 485 Arizona        1 11 0 307 739 Seattle        5  7 0 565 625
Bricktown     2 10 0 286 555                               Wenatchee      3 10 0 456 788
X-Clinched division title    Z-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
FRIDAY JUNE 3
WYOMING 41, Omaha 33 - Despite two late TD drives by QB James McNear, the Beef couldn't bounce back from a 41-19 deficit. McNear scrambled for an 8-yard TD run after an interception by Travonti Johnson, then connected with receiver Allen Burrell for a 9-yard TD. McNear completed 19 of 32 passes for 178 yards and three TDs.
BLOOMINGTON 45, La Crosse 29 (4229) - The crowd saw a record-breaking TD run, a reverse flea-flicker TD, an electrifying kick return and even a rushing score by a DL - and that was just in a 35-point first half. The outburst enabled the Extreme to weather a third-quarter lull that saw La Crosse score 16 points to pull within 13 late.
FAIRBANKS 85, Seattle 54 - The Grizzlies set franchise records as they picked up their 10th win and secured the organization’s first division title. QB Donovan Porterie finished with as many yards in the air (256) as the Timberwolves’ entire offense. He went 14 for 20 with seven TD passes while adding three more TDs rushing.
SATURDAY JUNE 4
Tri-Cities 58, WENATCHEE VALLEY 52 - The Fever survived a furious 30-point fourth-quarter rally by the Venom to win. Fever QB Houston Lillard had a standout game, throwing for 270 yards on 25-for-37 passing with seven TDs. He also scored a TD on a 1-yard run with 1:38 left in the third to give Tri-Cities a 51-22 lead before the rally.
Allen 56, COLORADO 37 (950) - With a chance to wrap up homefield advantage in the playoffs, the Ice fell apart. A failed onsides kick gave Allen a first down at the Colorado 5-yard line, setting up one TD, and a bad snap on the next play was booted backwards, scooped up by Allen LB James Lancaster and returned for a 6-yard TD.
WEST TEXAS 92, Arizona 6 - The Roughnecks scored the second most points in the franchise’s history, as they scored at least 16 points in each quarter, while giving up a mere six points for a second straight game. RB DeWayne Hogan scored six TDs to go with a season-high 97 yards on 13 carries.
WICHITA 65, Nebraska 22 (2861) - A home coming for Danger QB Dixie Wooten and GM Mike McCoy didn’t go well, as the Wild took advantage of five Danger turnovers. McCoy worked with the Wild for 12 years before taking the job as general manager for the Danger last fall. Wooten, a former QB for the Wild, had three interceptions.
Sioux Falls 76, CHICAGO 28 - The Storm routed the Slaughter, as Chris Dixon passed for five scores and James Jones ran for four. Dixon completed 14 of 23 passes for 188 yards and he also ran for a score. Jones rushed 15 times for 116 yards, and he also caught two TD passes. Sioux Falls led 41-14 at halftime and had 387 total yards.
GREEN BAY 61, Lehigh Valley 25 (2520) - The Blizzard won despite losing QB Willie Copeland with a broken hand. Backup QB Jameel Sewell is out with a knee injury, and QB Brennan Sim would be the emergency QB, but he joined the team only a few weeks ago. WR Agim Shabaj played QB after Copeland left with a 28-0 lead.
READING 46, Richmond 7 - Jesse Cooper finished with a pair of interceptions, two of five turnovers forced by the Express. Reading also blocked a FG to set up a TD and was awarded a safety when Richmond QB Monte Purvis was called for intentional grounding in the end zone.
MONDAY JUNE 6
AMARILLO 77, Bricktown 0 (2000) - The Venom dominated the Brawlers, who released most of their regular players weeks ago. The Venom defense piled up five safeties and scored two TDs on a 21-yard interception return by LB Edward Cantrell and a fumble recovery for a TD by DL Barrett Allen, giving the  defense 22 points.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
X-Sioux Falls13  0 0 985 412 X-Reading      8  5 0 511 496 X-GREEN BAY   10  3 0 709 469
Z-Omaha       8  5 0 574 476 Lehigh Valley  4  9 0 388 523 Z-Bloomington  9  4 0 538 414
Wichita       5  8 0 509 596 Richmond       2 11 0 376 554 Z-Chicago      8  5 0 566 562
Nebraska      3 10 0 579 742                               LA CROSSE      4  9 0 468 611
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
Z-Allen       9  4 0 588 502 X-Colorado    10  3 0 598 478 X-Fairbanks   10  4 0 721 545
Z-West Texas  9  4 0 619 367 Z-Wyoming      8  5 0 612 521 Z-Tri-Cities   9  4 0 726 516
Amarillo      4  9 0 495 485 Arizona        1 12 0 313 831 Seattle        5  8 0 619 710
Bricktown     2 11 0 286 632                               Wenatchee      3 11 0 508 846
X-Clinched division title    Z-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
FRIDAY JUNE 10
Colorado 72, ARIZONA 12 - The Ice defeated Arizona and ended the regular season with the best record in the Western Conference and they already had secured the Mountain West Division title. With the win, Colorado will have homefield advantage throughout the conference playoffs. With the loss, the Adrenaline fall to 1-13.
GREEN BAY 65, Chicago 48 - The Blizzard tied a franchise-high 11 wins, even though they were without QB Willie Copeland, who fractured his hand last week. Brennan Sim, who was signed two weeks ago, made his first appearance as the starter and threw for 184 yards and three TDs in addition to 23 rushing yards and two TDs.
SATURDAY JUNE 11
LA CROSSE 27, Lehigh Valley 22 (2000) - The Spartans were in prime position to seal the win, 5 yards from the end zone and up five points with 1:45 remaining, but Anthony Miles intercepted a pass and sprinted 48 yards fora TD. On the ensuing kickoff, LaRon Council went 56 yards for the go-ahead score, sealing the win.
ALLEN 85, Oklahoma City 6 - The Brawlers made their final trip of the season, and perhaps final as a franchise, and the Wranglers continued to show that they were ready for the playoffs by showing no mercy on both sides of the ball and holding the visiting Brawlers to only six points.
WEST TEXAS 37, Amarillo 24 - The Roughnecks rallied to beat the Venom, as Arkelon Hall, who sat out the last three games with an MCL sprain, made his return in the second quarter to spark the comeback. Once the second half started, Hall found his rhythm, leading the team on four scoring drives.
Wyoming 46, NEBRASKA 44 - Matt Strand’s 3-yard TD pass to Brooks Charlton with three seconds to play rallied playoff-bound Wyoming. Bidding to snap a seven-game losing streak, the Danger took a 44-40 lead with 26 seconds remaining on QB Dixie Wooten’s 30-yard TD pass to wide receiver Ryan Moore.
OMAHA 41, Sioux Falls 37 - The Storm had their unbeaten end in stunning fashion as Omaha got a 46-yard TD on the game's final play. Sioux Falls was outscored 18-0 in the final quarter. Parker Douglass' 54-yard FG attempt fell short and was returned by Courtney Grexby, who lateraled to Diezeas Calbert, who completed the 46-yard TD.
WICHITA 62, Bloomington 22 - The Extreme will have to snap a three-game road losing streak to advance in the postseason. Needing a win to assure a home playoff game, the visiting Extreme turned in one of its worst performances of the season and dropped to the No. 5 seed. The Extreme was whistled for 10 penalties.
RICHMOND 21, Reading 14 - A lightning strike took out the scoreboard before the game, and the artificial turf field was soaked by rain. The game started 80 minutes late and rain fell throughout most of the game. QB Chris Malleo had two short touchdown runs in the fourth quarter after the Express had been blanked for three quarters.
SUNDAY JUNE 12
Tri-Cities 86, SEATTLE 59 - Dennis Rogan returned three kickoffs for TDs and Dennis Kennedy scored four touchdowns for Tri-Cities, as they clinched the Intense Conference's No. 4 playoff seed. Kennedy started at running back after being suspended last week for being ejected for fighting the week before that.
UNITED - GREAT PLAINS        UNITED - ATLANTIC             UNITED-GREAT LAKES
X-Sioux Falls13  1 01022 453 X-Reading      8  6 0 525 517 X-GREEN BAY   11  3 0 774 517
Z-Omaha       9  5 0 615 513 Lehigh Valley  4 10 0 410 550 Z-Bloomington  9  5 0 560 476
Wichita       6  8 0 571 618 Richmond       3 11 0 397 568 Z-Chicago      8  6 0 614 627
Nebraska      3 11 0 623 788                               LA CROSSE      5  9 0 495 633
INTENSE - LONESTAR           INTENSE - MOUNTAIN WEST       INTENSE - PACIFIC
Z-Allen      10  4 0 673 508 X-Colorado    11  3 0 670 490 X-Fairbanks   10  4 0 721 545
Z-West Texas 10  4 0 656 391 Z-Wyoming      9  5 0 658 565 Z-Tri-Cities  10  4 0 812 575
Amarillo      4 10 0 519 522 Arizona        1 13 0 325 903 Seattle        5  9 0 678 796
Bricktown     2 12 0 292 717                               Wenatchee      3 11 0 508 846
X-Clinched division title    Z-Clinched playoff berth
PLAYOFFS - QUARTERFINALS
SATURDAY JUNE 18
READING (8-6) 76, Chicago (8-6) 33 - Express QB Chris Malleo threw for 279 yards and six TDs and ran for another score as the Express beat a team with a winning record for the first time in six tries this season. LB Michael Thompson was credited with 41/2 sacks and recovered an errant snap in the end zone for a touchdown.
OMAHA (9-5) 39, Bloomington (9-5) 36 (500) - Omaha QB James McNear tossed three TD passes and ran for a TD. Michael Phillips' 36-yard interception return for a TD accounted for half of the Beef's 12 second-half points, and Pig Brown's interception with 34 seconds left and the Extreme driving for a winning score sealed the game.
SUNDAY JUNE 19
ALLEN (10-4) 27, Wyoming (9-5) 20 - The Cavalry started off strong in the first quarter, not allowing the Wranglers to reach the end zone, while posting 10 points. However, in the second quarter, there was a shift in momentum. The Wranglers dominated, only allowing a Cavalry FG, while the Wranglers scored 20 additional points.
MONDAY JUNE 20
TRI-CITIES (10-4) 61, West Texas (10-4) 49 (3100) - The Roughnecks lost a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter and were bounced out of the playoffs. There were 11 lead changes, though West Texas led almost the entire third quarter. The Fever went ahead 54-49 with 1:23 left on a TD pass from Houston Lillard to Steven Whitehead.
PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
FRIDAY JUNE 24
Allen (11-4) 72, FAIRBANKS (10-4) 54 - Prior to the game, the Grizzlies had a three-week layoff, and coach Robert Fuller, although not wanting to make excuses, said it took his team a while to get going. Wranglers’ quarterback Kewan Dewberry had an all-star performance, throwing 21 for 32 for 284 yards and eight touchdowns.
SATURDAY JUNE 25
SIOUX FALLS (13-1) 52, Omaha (10-5) 39 - The Storm jumped ahead in the second quarter with 21 points to take the lead. QB Chris Dixon, named IFL MVP and offensive player of the year earlier in the week, threw for 191 yards and five TDs and ran for 87 yards and a TD. James McNear led Omaha with five TDs, three rushing.
GREEN BAY (11-3) 68, Reading (9-6) 51 - The Express twice battled back from two-touchdown deficits to get within a point, but couldn't complete the comeback. After missing the last six games with a knee injury, QB Jameel Sewell took back the reins of the Blizzard and completed 14 of 28 passes for 200 yards with five TDs.
MONDAY JUNE 27
Tri-Cities (11-4) 45, COLORADO (11-3) 42 - Tri-Cities K Gary Cismesia connected on a 39-yard FG with 1.5 seconds remaining. Colorado's final chance came on the ensuing kickoff, a squib kick that bounced off Prince Hall and high into the air. When it finally came down, it was recovered by the Fever and left the Ice stunned.
PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS
FRIDAY JULY 9
Tri-Cities (12-4) 67, ALLEN (12-4) 46 (3000) - Dennis Rogan had two of Tri-Cities' four interceptions, and the Fever added two fumble recoveries and two sacks to advance to the championship. QB Houston Lillard threw for 214 yards and seven TDs, despite WR Joey Hew Len (ribs) and his IFL-leading 25 TD catches being out.
SIOUX FALLS (14-1) 52, Green Bay (12-3) 12 - Facing the most potent offense in the league and its MVP QB in Chris Dixon, the Blizzard never was in this one. Dixon finished 14-for-22 for 193 yards and two TDs, while rushing for two TDs. Sioux Falls scored on its first five possessions of the first half to take a commanding 31-9 lead.
2011 UINTED BOWL (Saturday July 16 at Sioux Falls, SD - 4,500)
SIOUX FALLS (15-1) 37, Tri-Cities 10  - With Saturday’s 37-10 win over the Tri-Cities Fever, the Storm captured their fifth indoor football title since 2005 in their seventh championship appearance in the past eight years. But for as much as the Storm and their fans have come to expect all of their seasons to end this way, there was an added sense of accomplishment this time, because the team almost had to build itself back up from nothing to get here. When the team was found guilty of league rules violations in 2009, resulting in the forfeit of several wins, then-owner Kent Vucurevich was suspended and Todd Tryon, a former player, coach and the owner/operator of the Tryon Gym franchises, was brought in to get the team’s books in order. He got them through the season, but it was unclear what kind of future, if any, the team had. QB Chris Dixon was named the game's MVP after throwing for 154 yards and two touchdowns to go with 49 rushing yards. But he refused the award on the stage erected at midfield, insisting that the award go to linebacker Brian McIntire, whom Dixon called to the podium and handed the trophy. The Storm jumped out to a 10-0 lead, but their offense began to stall in the red zone, as a failed fourth-down conversion and a pair of missed FGs by Parker Douglass allowed the Fever to pull even at 10 and go to the half down just a touchdown at 17-10. The Storm dominated play after the break, getting a stop on the Fever's first series, pushing their lead to 24-10 on a TD pass from Dixon to James Jones, then delivering a back-breaker when McIntire stepped in front of a fluttering Houston Lillard pass and took it back 30 yards for six, giving the Storm a 31-10 lead that the Intense Conference champions were simply not equipped to overcome. The Fever  finished the game with only 97 yards of total offense, including a second half in which they did not score and totaled only 20 yards. The Fever had already erased one 21-point deficit in the playoffs, against Colorado. But the Storm defense, after a few first-half tackling hiccups, were punishing and on-point for the second straight week.
Silverbacks break a four-game losing streak in a game moved to Rockford, Illinois. The Silverbacks overcame an early 11-0 deficit and held the Knights to 26 total yards
Cincinnati          5  0 0  264   90 Port Huron          2  4 0  233  229
Marion              5  1 0  278  129 Dayton              2  4 0  169  195
Chicago             3  2 0  166  126 Indianapolis        0  6 0   50  391
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY APRIL 29
CINCINNATI 41, Dayton 7 - Cincinnati was led by QB Tyler Sheehan, who completed 10 of 21 passes for 113 yards and one TD and three interceptions. Sheehan also ran for 26 yards and two TDs. RB Greg Moore led the team with 42 yards. Dayton was led on offense by QB Jarvis Taylor who had 40 yards passing and one TD.
SATURDAY APRIL 30
MARION 31, Chicago 3 (1100) - Chicago started the scoring with a 28 yard FG by Julie Harshbarger. It would be the only lead and the only points for the Knights all night. Marion would not get onto the scoreboard until the second quarter when CIFL MVP candidate Mike Tatum caught his first of two TD passes from Josh Harris.
Indianapolis def. Port Huron (Forfeit) - The CIFL was notified that the owner of the Predators, Rachael Brusate, was leaving the team, effective immediately. Because of the late and immediate notice the league was put in a position to find new ownership to save the season. A few failed attemps led to a decision to end the season.
X-Cincinnati        7  0 0  305   97 Dayton              3  5 0  176  236
X-Marion            6  1 0  309  132 Port Huron          2  8 0  233  229
Chicago             4  3 0  169  157 Indianapolis        1  6 0   50  391
X-Clinched playoff berth
NOTE: Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Dayton all received one win due to Port Huron folding.
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Marion)
FRIDAY MAY 7
DAYTON 75, Indianapolis 6 - After a tight first quarter, Dayton took over and never looked back. Dayton scored first in front of their hometown fans when Bruce Jones threw a 15 yard pass to Melvin Bryant to open the scoring. Indianapolis continued to struggle on offense, with QB DeMarcus Simons, who was eight of 19 for 37 yards.
SATURDAY MAY 8
Cincinnati 48, CHICAGO 41 - Cincinnati was left with too much time as they would score with 31 seconds left on a 19 yard TD catch by Greg Moore. The extra point was missed. Cincinnati recovered the onside kick, and George Murray would hit Nez Mincy with the game winner, a 15 yard touchdown pass with just five seconds on the clock.
X-Cincinnati        8  0 0  353  138 Dayton              4  5 0  251  242
X-Marion            6  1 0  309  132 Port Huron          2  8 0  233  229
X-Chicago           4  4 0  210  205 Indianapolis        1  7 0   56  466
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY MAY 13
DAYTON 37, Chicago 20 - Dayton bounced back into the win column with a big win over visiting Chicago 37-20 at Dayton’s Hara Arena. The win moved the Silverbacks to 4-5 overall and they will close out their regular season at .500, finishing with the third seed in the 2011 CIFL Playoffs. Chicago has one game left before closing out the regular year. The loss left them with a 4-5 record and the fourth seed.
SATURDAY MAY 14
MARION 73, Indianapolis 10 - With a home playoff game already secured for the first round, the Blue Racers twice trailed in the first half. However, it was just a little bump in the road for Marion as after it trailed 12-10 in the second quarter, the Blue Racers scored 63 straight points.
X-Cincinnati        8  0 0  353  138 X-Chicago           4  5 0  230  242
X-Marion            7  1 0  382  142 Port Huron          2  8 0  233  229
X-Dayton            5  5 0  288  262 Indianapolis        1  8 0   66  539
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Dayton)
SATURDAY MAY 21
CINCINNATI 81, Indianapolis 0 - The defending CIFL champion, undefeated and first place Commandos remained perfect on the year with a shutout of the visiting Enforcers, who closed out their first season in the CIFL with a 1-9 record. Indianapolis’ lone victory came over Port Huron.
SUNDAY MAY 22
Marion 53, CHICAGO 24 - Chicago, at home and looking to pull off an upset, scored first in the game on a 28-yard TD pass from Brandon Jewitt to Willie Tolon. Marion took off from there and led at halftime 23-6. The loss dropped Chicago’s record to 4-6, where the Knights finished in fourth place.
X-Cincinnati        9  0 0  434  138 X-Chicago           4  6 0  254  295
X-Marion            8  1 0  435  166 Port Huron          2  8 0  233  229
X-Dayton            5  5 0  288  262 Indianapolis        1  9 0   66  620
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
SATURDAY MAY 28
CINCINNATI 50, Marion 20 - The Commandos scored the game's final 20 points to complete an undefeated  season. The Commandos are the first CIFL team to complete the regular season undefeated since the 2009 Chicago Slaughter. The Commandos jumped out to a 16-0 lead on the strength of two Tyler Sheehan TD passes.
X-Cincinnati       10  0 0  484  158 X-Chicago           4  6 0  254  295
X-Marion            8  2 0  455  216 Port Huron          2  8 0  233  229
X-Dayton            5  5 0  288  262 Indianapolis        1  9 0   66  620
X-Clinched playoff berth
PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
FRIDAY JUNE 3
CINCINNATI (10-0) 71, Chicago (4-6) 13 - Tyler Sheehan tied a CIFL record with nine TD passes, leading the  Commandos into the Championship Game. Cincinnati scored TDs on all seven of its possessions in the first half to lead 48-13 by halftime. Sheehan finished 17 for 27 for 194 yards with no interceptions.
MARION (8-2) 53, Dayton (5-5) 18 - The Blue Racers didn't come up with a shutout, but they were good enough to blank the Silverbacks until the final play of the third period. Dayton went on to add 12 fairly meaningless points in the final quarter. Marion's offense sputtered early before it manufactured 37 second-half points to pull away.
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME (Saturday June 10 at Cincinnati)
CINCINNATI (11-0) 44, Marion (9-2) 29 - Quarterback Tyler Sheehan threw three TD passes and ran for another score as the Cincinnati Commandos won their second consecutive CIFL championship. The Commandos jumped out to a 21-0 lead and didn't allow Marion to get closer than eight points the rest of the way as they completed a 12-0 season. The win runs the Commandos' two-year record in the CIFL to 23-1. Sheehan completed eight of 19 passes for 93 yards and three touchdowns. The Commandos' defense limited Marion to 15 yards passing and forced Blue Racers quarterback Josh Harris into three turnovers, including a game-ending interception by defensive back Corry Stewart. Linebacker Wendell Brown led the Commandos with eight tackles. Defensive lineman Pernell Phillips added six, plus one of the two sacks for Cincinnati. Eight Commandos returned from last year's team that won the CIFL title in its initial season of play. Defensive lineman James Frazier, one of those eight, returned a Harris fumble at the Cincinnati goal line 49 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter to push the Commandos' lead to 21-0. t was the Commandos' third win over the Blue Racers this season. Those losses were the only three for Marion.
WEEK ONE (Bye - Iowa, Orlando, Utah, Cleveland)
FRIDAY MARCH 11
Tampa Bay 46, NEW ORLEANS 40 (6335) - Rookie Michael Lindsey provided the offensive punch for Tampa Bay with three TDs (two rushing and one via a kick return), Cliff Dukes had four sacks, a franchise record and QB Mike Potts was 20-for-35 giving head coach Dave Ewart his first win since replacing Tim marcum earlier in the week.
Philadelphia 58, PITTSBURGH 52 (OT) (13904) - In its debut, Pittsburgh sent the game into OT with a 35-yard field goal as time expired by former Chicago Bear and Minnesota Viking Paul Edinger. Mike Brown stepped in front of a Bernard Morris pass at the 15-yard line and took the ball into the end zone for the deciding score.
SAN JOSE 76, Spokane 48 (10563) - Veteran QB Mark Grieb showed no signs of rust after 32 months away from the game, throwing six TD passes as the SaberCats dominated from the start over the defending champs. Three receivers scored TDs, including four by Nichiren Flowers. FB Chad Cook chipped in three short scoring runs.
SATURDAY MARCH 12
DALLAS 53, Kansas City 46 (5129) - Command QB J.J. Raterink threw for seven TDs and 338 yards, but Kansas City lost its AFL debut, as the Vigilante built a 13-0 lead by the end of the first quarter. The Command answered back but was still down 23-14 at half. Vigilantes QB Dan Raudabaugh was 21 of 34 for 250 yards and two TDs.
ARIZONA 55, Jacksonville 52 (8428) - Trailing the Sharks throughout the game, Rattlers’ WR Jason Geathers caught a nine-yard TD pass from QB Nick Davilla, who was 27-of-46 passes for 284 yards and five touchdowns, with 31 seconds left for the win. LB Kevin McCullough pulled down an interception to seal the win for the Rattlers.
SUNDAY MARCH 13
GEORGIA 53, Tulsa 47 (4385) - Force QB Brett Elliott directed seven TD drives and threw three TD passes. The Force also got a kickoff return for a TD by CJ Johnson. The winning TD was a trick play where Elliott tossed the ball to Michael Johnson behind the line. He then hit OL Kevin McAlmont, who was receiver eligible, for a TD.
MONDAY MARCH 14
Chicago 49, MILWAUKEE 41 (3157) - Chicago QB Russ Michna threw seven TD passes to lead the Rush to the win. Reggie Gray, a teammate of Michna's at Western Illinois, caught three TD passes. Milwaukee scored with less than a minute to go on a 15-yard pass from Eric Ward to Damian Harrell, but could not get any closer
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Tampa Bay           1  0 0   46   40 Dallas              1  0 0   53   46
Georgia             1  0 0   53   47 Chicago             1  0 0   49   41
Orlando             0  0 0    0    0 Iowa                0  0 0    0    0
Jacksonville        0  1 0   52   55 Kansas City         0  1 0   46   53
New Orleans         0  1 0   40   46 Tulsa               0  1 0   47   53
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Philadelphia        1  0 0   58   52 Arizona             1  0 0   55   52
Cleveland           0  0 0    0    0 San Jose            1  0 0   76   48
Pittsburgh          0  1 0   52   58 Utah                0  0 0    0    0
MILWAUKEE           0  1 0   41   49 Spokane             0  1 0   48   76
WEEK TWO
THURSDAY MARCH 17
UTAH 72, Tampa Bay 36 (10077) - The Blaze handed the Storm their second worst road-loss in team history, the first being a 39 point loss to Orlando in 2006. Blaze QB Tommy Grady finished 29-of-39 passes for 306 yards. The defense was led by William Muler, who had six tackles, one fumble recovery and an interception.
FRIDAY MARCH 18
Orlando 47, NEW ORLEANS 34 (8543) - Nick Hill passed for 290 yards and four TDs and ran for two as Orlando won its opener, as two first-half VooDoo fumbles led to TDs. Hill threw scoring passes of 13 and 10 yards to T.T. Toliver, three yards to Doug Gabriel, and 11 yards to Robert Quiroga. He also ran 3 and 6 yards for scores.
CHICAGO 62, Philadelphia 28 (10582) - The Rush spotted the Soul a 7-0 lead on Justin Allgood's 35-yard TD strike to Syvelle Newton on the game's first offensive play. Chicago came back with 40 unanswered points and an impressive defensive show on the way to a 40-14 halftime lead in beating their old head coach, Mike Hohensee.
JACKSONVILLE 71, Georgia 57 - A three-yard run by Jomo Wilson, a four-yard run by Kirby Griffin and a 10-yard fumble return by Terrance Smith gave the Sharks a 50-21 lead in the third. Four fourth-quarter TDs by Georgia cut the lead to 58-50 with 1:14 left, but the Force’s onside kick was recovered by the Sharks.
SAN JOSE 60, Kansas City 57 (9563) - Juan Gamboa kicked an 18-yard FG for San Jose with five seconds left.
Kansas City's Mike Salerno attempted a 50-yarder with two seconds left went wide left, providing a wild ending to a game in which the lead changed hands six times in the second half.
SATURDAY MARCH 19
DALLAS 64, Tulsa 40 (7177) - Dallas outscored Tulsa 29-7 in the second half to improve to 2-0. Dallas QB Dan Raudabaugh completed 21 of 38 passes for 297 yards and eight TDs, four to Matt Fields. Tulsa was led by QB Bobby Reid, who ran for 84 yards and three TDs and completed 17 of 32 passes for 173 yards and two TDs.
PITTSBURGH 58, Iowa 28 (9190) - Iowa allowed scores on every defensive possession in its return to the AFL. Iowa committed three penalties that negated would-be defensive stops. Each led to Pittsburgh TDs. Power QB Kevin McCabe replaced sore-armed starter Bernard Morris and threw three TD passes in the second half.
ARIZONA 62, Milwaukee 31 (9108) - Arizona QB Rod Windsor caught TD passes of 35 and 21 yards in the second half, breaking open a close game. The Rattlers forced three turnovers in the second half, while Rattlers QB Nick Davila was 22 of 36 for 286 yards and seven touchdowns. Nate Forse had three scoring catches.
Cleveland 61, SPOKANE 55 (10140) - The Shock had their title banner raised, but Cleveland ruined the night as QB John Dutton threw for 257 yards and six TDs. He also ran for a TD. WR Troy Bergeron caught eight passes for 134 yards and four TDs. Shock QB Kyle Rowley passed for 313 yards, seven TDs, and one interception.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Orlando             1  0 0   47   34 Dallas              2  0 0  117   86
Georgia             1  1 0  110  107 Chicago             2  0 0  111   69
Tampa Bay           1  1 0   82  112 Iowa                0  1 0   28   58
Jacksonville        1  1 0  123  112 Kansas City         0  2 0  103  113
New Orleans         0  2 0   74   93 Tulsa               0  2 0   87  117
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           1  0 0   61   55 Arizona             2  0 0  117   83
Philadelphia        1  1 0   86  114 San Jose            2  0 0  136  105
Pittsburgh          1  1 0  110   86 Utah                1  0 0   72   36
MILWAUKEE           0  2 0   72  111 Spokane             0  2 0  103  137
WEEK THREE (Bye - Dallas, Kansas City, Georgia, Philadelphia)
FRIDAY MARCH 25
IOWA 43, Spokane 42 (10552) - DB Cameron McGlenn preserved the win with his second interception of Shock QB Kyle Rowley with 14 seconds left. Spokane dominated much of the first half as Rowley threw for four TDs, three to WR Greg Orton. Iowa responded with a 19 point third quarter consisting of three Brad Banks TD passes.
CHICAGO 54, San Jose 41 (7466) - The Rush was led by QB Russ Michna, who passed for 229 yards and five TDs. He also ran for two of Chicago’s three rushing TDs. The Rush defense held San Jose to just seven points in the third quarter and controlled the  game despite veteran SaberCat QB Mark Grieb’s 279 yard passing yards.
SATURDAY MARCH 26
JACKSONVILLE 64, New Orleans 33 - Jacksonville QB Aaron Garcia threw eight TD passes and 308 yards, completing 17-of-19 pass attempts.  The 17-year veteran connected with WR Jeron Harvey 10 times for 173 yards and four TDs. The VooDoo were led by WR Carlese Franklin with three TD receptions to go along with 104 yards.
ORLANDO 68, Utah 53 (12186) - The Predators won their home-opener, as Nick Hill and the Orlando offense had no problem finding the end zone, finishing with 356 total yards of offense. Hill completed 24 of 36 passes for 331 yards and eight TDs. Utah’s Tommy Grady completed 31 of 49 passes for 318 yards and eight TDs.
SUNDAY MARCH 27
Cleveland 66, TAMPA BAY 26 (7939) - Gladiators QB Kurt Rocco went 20-of-23 passing for 270 yards and six TDs in his first-ever AFL start. Rocco also ran for a 1-yard TD in the fourth quarter. Cleveland scored 25 points to begin the game, scoring three TDs on their first eight offensive plays to build a lead that they would never lose.
MONDAY MARCH 28
Arizona 69, TULSA 20 (9311) - The 49-point win proved to be the largest margin of victory in Rattlers history, as they came out firing against the Talons, scoring 42 unanswered points in the first half. QB Nick Davila led the Rattler passing attack in the first half, going 15-of-22 for 158 yards and four TDs.
Pittsburgh 49, MILWAUKEE 47 (3283) - The Power, despite not scoring in the final 19:17, held on for the win by stopping a Milwaukee 2-point conversion with 50 seconds left. The Mustangs' onside kick failed and the Power was able to run out the clock to improve to 2-1. The Power led, 49-26, with 4:17 left in the third quarter.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Orlando             2  0 0  115   87 Chicago             3  0 0  165  110
Jacksonville        2  1 0  187  145 Dallas              2  0 0  117   86
Georgia             1  1 0  110  107 Iowa                1  1 0   71  100
Tampa Bay           1  2 0  108  178 Kansas City         0  2 0  103  113
New Orleans         0  3 0  107  157 Tulsa               0  3 0  107  186
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           2  0 0  127   81 Arizona             3  0 0  186  103
Pittsburgh          2  1 0  159  133 San Jose            2  1 0  177  159
Philadelphia        1  1 0   86  114 Utah                1  1 0  125  104
MILWAUKEE           0  3 0  119  160 Spokane             0  3 0  145  180
WEEK FOUR
THURSDAY MARCH 31
UTAH 69, Dallas 40 (7163) - The second and third quarter combined saw the Blaze outscore Dallas 48-19. Utah QB Tommy Grady threw for 342 yards and six TDs, but perhaps most importantly he did not throw an interception in the game.  Wide receiver Aaron Boone amassed 226 receiving yards en route to his two touchdown catches.
FRIDAY APRIL 1
Jacksonville 54, TAMPA BAY 30 (10304) - Mike Potts was waived after three difficult weeks with the Storm, and  rookie Grant Gregory, in the first start, threw for 285 yards and four TDs. Gregory’s counterpart on the day was 17-year veteran Aaron Garcia, who threw for just 238 yards, but tallied six touchdowns through the air.
Iowa 76, SAN JOSE 69 (9163) - In the second half, the teams traded scores all the way until the end of the game when Iowa was able to string together back-to-back scores at the seven minute mark and the 50-second mark in the fourth quarter. In the losing effort, Mark Grieb threw for 391 yards and nine touchdowns.
SPOKANE 61, Kansas City 34 (9172) - Spokane scored on their first ten drives of the game and limited the Command to just 12 first half points. QB Kyle Rowley threw for 219 yards, which is almost 100 fewer yards than his counterpart, J.J. Raterink.  Rowley threw for seven TD passes despite throwing for fewer yards in the game. 
SATURDAY APRIl 2
CLEVELAND 55, Chicago 48 (8305) - The game started quickly as Gladiators’ QB Kurt Rocco connected with WR Troy Bergeron for a 23 yard TD pass just three minutes into the first quarter. Rocco and Bergeron connected for five additional TDs. Rocco was 21 of 37 passing with 320 yards and 8 touchdowns.
Tulsa 45, PITTSBURGH 22 (9925) - Tulsa QB Matt Bassuener amassed 252 yards of offense for the Talons in their first win of the season. For the Power, two quarterbacks combined for three interceptions and three touchdowns. Pittsburgh turned the ball over five times.
Georgia 61, NEW ORLEANS 35 (8282) - VooDoo QB Danny Wimprine had a night he will want to soon forget, throwing four interceptions and completing just 18 passes. Eric Crosby led the Force with two picks. The Force also brought a balanced attack to its offense, led by QB Brett Elliott, who threw for 217 yards and six touchdowns.
ARIZONA 48, Orlando 47 (9977) - Trailing by seven with 30 seconds left,  Rattlers DB Virgil Gray intercepted an Orlando pass. Arizona took over and scored a TD three plays later on a Nick Davila touchdown pass to Jason Geathers. Arizona elected to go for a two-point conversion and converted to put themselves ahead 48-47.
MONDAY APRIL 4
MILWAUKEE 51, Philadelphia 49 - The Mustangs won when QB RJ Archer connected with Dwayne Ely Jr. on a 2-yard score with no time left. The Soul jumped out to a 34-9 lead in the first half. it was 7-0 before either team even ran a play when Philadelphia’s Brandon Perkins recovered a fumble on the opening kickoff for a TD.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        3  1 0  241  175 Chicago             3  1 0  213  165
Orlando             2  1 0  162  135 Dallas              2  1 0  157  155
Georgia             2  1 0  171  142 Iowa                2  1 0  147  169
Tampa Bay           1  3 0  138  232 Tulsa               1  3 0  152  208
New Orleans         0  4 0  142  218 Kansas City         0  3 0  137  174
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           3  0 0  182  129 Arizona             4  0 0  234  150
Pittsburgh          2  2 0  181  178 Utah                2  1 0  194  144
Philadelphia        1  2 0  135  165 San Jose            2  2 0  246  235
MILWAUKEE           1  3 0  170  209 Spokane             1  3 0  206  214
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Arizona, Spokane, Chicago, Tulsa, Jacksonville, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Cleveland, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh)
FRIDAY APRIL 8
GEORGIA 55, Dallas 48 (6335) - Brett Elliott hit Larry Shipp Jr. for a 29-yard TD, giving the Force a 55-48 lead with 11 seconds left. Utilizing quick passes and Georgia penalties, Dallas managed to get into Force territory with one final chance for a tie. QB Dan Raudabaugh threw to Matt Fields, but he was tackled at the one as time ran out.
SAN JOSE 75, Utah 55 (8763) - San Jose put together 311 yards in total offense with the defense forcing Utah to turn the ball over on downs three times along with two turnovers. Utah was unable to stop Chad Cook, who ran for a career-high four rushing TDs and a total of 33 yards as he recorded his fifth straight game with at least two TDs.
SATURDAY APRIL 9
ORLANDO 53, Philadelphia 46 - The Soul was holding a 46–45 lead going into the game’s final minute. With Ryan Vena looking to add some insurance, he was picked off by Orlando defensive lineman Paul Griffin. QB Nick Hill led the drive from there and set up fullback James Lynch for the game winning 3-yard touchdown.
KANSAS CITY 62, Iowa 48 (5438) - The Command scored the game’s first two TD and jumped out to 34-18 lead at halftime. Iowa battled back to tie the game at 41-41. But after the Command’s JJ Raterink found Brad Chavez on a 21-yard pass to recapture the lead, Kansas City recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and held off Iowa.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        3  1 0  241  175 Chicago             3  1 0  213  165
Orlando             3  1 0  215  181 Dallas              2  2 0  205  210
Georgia             3  1 0  226  190 Iowa                2  2 0  195  231
Tampa Bay           1  3 0  138  232 Tulsa               1  3 0  152  208
New Orleans         0  4 0  142  218 Kansas City         1  3 0  199  222
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           3  0 0  182  129 Arizona             4  0 0  234  150
Pittsburgh          2  2 0  181  178 San Jose            3  2 0  321  290
Philadelphia        1  3 0  181  218 Utah                2  2 0  249  219
MILWAUKEE           1  3 0  170  209 Spokane             1  3 0  206  214
WEEK SIX
THURSDAY APRIL 14
DALLAS 42, Milwaukee 21 (6014) - The Mustangs were held without a passing TD and were also intercepted three times, as the Vigilantes snapped a two-game skid. Dallas took control of the game by scoring 28 points in the second quarter for a 35-15 lead at halftime. Milwaukee could only manage six points in the second half.
FRIDAY APRIL 15
Tampa Bay 51, PHILADELPHIA 48 (12893) - Storm rookie K Kyle Chilton nailed a 30-yard FG on the final play, while the Storm defense was led by the three sacks from NG Tim McGill. Tampa Bay QB Grant Gregoryy was 23-of-29 for 211 yards with six TDs in his first win as a starter. Four of those TDs went to  veteran WR Hank Edwards.
UTAH 69, Spokane 62 (7649) - The Blaze jumped out to a 13-point lead at halftime and did just enough down the stretch to hold off the defending champions. Spokane scored 27 points in the fourth quarter, but couldn't overcome Blaze quarterback Tommy Grady, who completed 24-of-36 passes for 245 yards and six touchdowns.
SATURDAY APRIL 16
New Orleans 34, CLEVELAND 33 (7123)  - The VooDoo shocked the entire league as the 0–4 squad pulled off the upset over the 3–0 Gladiators, whose rookie phenom QB Kurt Rocco  was picked off twice in the game, once by Alvin Jackson and once by Jerron Wishom. The defense also held Cleveland scoreless in the fourth quarter.
Jacksonville 65, PITTSBURGH 40 (9773) - Sharks QB  Aaron Garcia threw for 297 yards and five TDs. Nearly all of the Sharks’ WRs got into the action as Jomo Wilson led the team with two TDs. The Sharks were also able to run the ball for four TDs with Kirby Griffin and Jamarko Simmons each picking up two.
Orlando 48, GEORGIA 43 (3797) - The game opened with a bang, as Georgia’s CJ Johnson took the opening kickoff 57 yards for a TD. Orlando QB Nick Hill's 24-yard TD run gave the Predators the lead with 36 seconds remaining. Backup Force QB Darnell Kennedy threw an interception on the next series, sealing the five point win.
Arizona 63, KANSAS CITY 49 (4166) - The Rattlers survived a late Kansas City comeback to improve to 5-0, the team’s best start in franchise history. A 57-yard kickoff return for a TD by Trandon Harvey and another two-yard TD reception began a 28-7 run to put the Rattlers in control. Harvey finished the game with eight catches for 61 yards.
San Jose 42, TULSA 33 (4747) - Tulsa scored the game’s first two touchdowns and led 24-14 at halftime. San Jose outscored the Talons 21-3 in the third quarter, and took the lead for the first time. San Jose went up 35-27 entering the fourth quarter. In the final quarter, the teams exchanged touchdowns.
Chicago 50, IOWA 49 (9552) - Rush K Chris Gould came into the game without making a FG on the season, but his 18-yard FG turned a 49-47 Iowa lead into a Rush 50-49 advantage with 1.8 seconds left. A Barnstormer record performance by Jesse Schmidt-who caught every Barnstormer touchdown, seven in all-wasn’t enough.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        4  1 0  306  215 Chicago             4  1 0  263  214
Orlando             4  1 0  263  224 Dallas              3  2 0  247  231
Georgia             3  2 0  269  238 Iowa                2  3 0  244  281
Tampa Bay           2  3 0  189  280 Tulsa               1  4 0  185  250
New Orleans         1  4 0  176  251 Kansas City         1  4 0  248  285
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           3  1 0  215  163 Arizona             5  0 0  297  199
Pittsburgh          2  3 0  221  243 San Jose            4  2 0  363  323
Philadelphia        1  4 0  229  269 Utah                3  2 0  318  281
MILWAUKEE           1  4 0  191  251 Spokane             1  4 0  268  283
WEEK SEVEN
THURSDAY APRIL 21
Pittsburgh 56, NEW ORLEANS 49 (6937) - A victory within the VooDoo’s grasp was let go thanks to three New Orleans fumbles, especially one critical near the end of the first half. Although New Orleans held its biggest lead of the season at 14-0 with just more than a minute left in the first half, it all crashed in a matter of seconds.
FRIDAY APRIL 22
Kansas City 58, CHICAGO 51 (7310) - The Rush faced fourth-and-1 with five seconds left and were three yards away from tying the game.  The play of the game, QB Russ Michna fumbled the snap, fell on it behind the line of scrimmage. Turnover on downs. Game over. It was that type of game for Chicago, which committed five turnovers.
SAN JOSE 68, Philadelphia 61 (8663) - In a rematch of ArenaBowl XXII, the SaberCats took their third consecutive win.  San Jose never trailed in the game as MVP of the Game QB Mark Grieb passed for 221 yards and four touchdowns and ran for another in the win for his 100th career regular season victory.
SATURDAY APRIL 23
JACKSONVILLE 56, Cleveland 42 (9080) - The Sharks were led by QB Aaron Garcia, who went 24-for-33 passing for 277 yards and six touchdowns.  Garcia also rushed for one TD. Cleveland QB Kurt Rocco went 25-of-37 for 309 yards and three TDs; while adding three rushing TDs, while WR Robert Redd had 10 catches, two for TDs.
Dallas 67, TAMPA BAY 61 (12226) - After a fumble on Dallas’s first drive, the Vigilantes fell behind 13-0, but outscored the Storm 41-14 in the second and third quarters. For the game, the Vigilantes fumbled the ball away three times, but got three interceptions and got two possessions after recovering the ball off the net on kickoffs.
Spokane 70, ORLANDO 58 (11756) - Spokane’s defense yielded four stops that the Shock’s offense cashed in for 21 points and helped it produce its highest point total of the season. Shock QB Kyle Rowley passed for 293 yards and eight passing TDs. Rowley also added two rushing TDs, including Spokane’s final score of the game.
Georgia 57, MILWAUKEE 48 (3712) - The Mustangs defense struggled to contain Force QB Brett Elliott, who threw for 246 passing yards and seven TDs. Former Milwaukee CB Tracy Belton also picked off two RJ Archer passes to help secure the win. Georgia started off with a bang, leading 16-0 with 2 minutes left in the first quarter.
TULSA 61, Iowa 60 (5385) - Tulsa’s Juan Bongarra connected on a 42-yard FG on the final play for the win. Iowa QB Brad Banks was near perfect, completing 24-of-33 passes for 324 yards and eight TDs. But Iowa missed a FG and two PAT kicks, as Garrett Morgan debuted as Iowa’s kicker replacing Piotr Czech and Phil Marfuggi.
ARIZONA 67, Utah 61 (OT) (8717) - TheRattlers remained perfect, as an interception by LB Kevin McCullough stifled Utah’s first possession in overtime, and on the very next play QB NickDavila found WR Rod Windsor for a 37-yard game winning TD. Davila completed a season best 35-of-42 passing attempts for 361 yards and six TDs.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        5  1 0  362  257 Chicago             4  2 0  314  272
Orlando             4  2 0  321  294 Dallas              4  2 0  314  292
Georgia             4  2 0  326  286 Iowa                2  4 0  304  342
Tampa Bay           2  4 0  250  347 Tulsa               2  4 0  246  310
New Orleans         1  5 0  225  307 Kansas City         2  4 0  306  336
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           3  2 0  257  219 Arizona             6  0 0  364  260
Pittsburgh          3  3 0  277  292 San Jose            5  2 0  431  384
Philadelphia        1  5 0  290  337 Utah                3  3 0  379  348
MILWAUKEE           1  5 0  239  308 Spokane             2  4 0  338  341
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - San Jose, Utah)
FRIDAY APRIL 29
CLEVELAND 34, Tulsa 30 (5109) - Cleveland QB Kurt Rocco left with a hand injury late in the third quarter, and Cleveland native Dan Whalen came into the game.  Whalen threw a TD to WRr Robert Redd on his first-ever AFL pass attempt to cut Tulsa’s lead to 30-28. The winning score came on a four-yard run by FB Russell Monk.
Dallas 72, KANSAS CITY 63 (3502) - The Vigilantes won their third straight, as QB Dan Raudabaugh went 29-of-35 for 377 yards and seven TDs.  The 72-point effort is the first 70+ point game by Dallas this season. Kansas City led at the break 37-28 but Dallas scored a TD on all six of their offensive possessions in the second half.
SATURDAY APRIL 30
GEORGIA 58, Pittsburgh 39 (2093) - The Force knew they were going to need a good start in the second half to hold off the surging Power, and they scored 21 unanswered points in the third quarter. Georgia QB Brett Elliott went for a career- high 20 of 34 for 261 yards and eight TDs. He is currently only one shy of 100 in his career.
MILWAUKEE 50, Tampa Bay 33 (4012) - The Mustangs defense recorded four straight second quarter stops, including three turnovers on four plays with two straight interceptions for TDs. Milwaukee’s offense added four rushing TDs.  Milwaukee’s Andre Jones stood out with six tackles, two fumble recoveries and one interception.
CHICAGO 50, New Orleans 28 (9018) - Chris Wallace and Danny Wimprine split time at QB for the VooDoo. Wallace threw for 168 yards and a TD, with three interceptions while Wimprine threw for 129 yards and one TD.
Chicago QB Russ Michna passed for 213 yards and six TDs, while Vic Hall had two interceptions, one for a TD.
JACKSONVILLE 76, Orlando 55 (10150) - The Predators gave up 30 unanswered points in the second half after leading 42-40 with over nine minutes to play in the third quarter. Jacksonville scored on a TD strike from Aaron Garcia to Jomo Wilson and  went on to force two turnovers and and take down Preds QB Nick Hill for a safety.
Philadelphia 76, IOWA 62 (8103) - The Soul defense forced four turnovers, scoring on two, and handed Iowa its fourth straight loss. The Soul snapped a five-game losing streak, as QB QB Ryan Vena, who earned National Guard MVP, finished by connecting on 20-of-30 passes for 317 yards, eight touchdowns and one interception.
SPOKANE 70, Arizona 69 (10113) - The Rattlers suffered their first loss, as, on the final play,  Kevin McCullough’s snap to holder Trevor Harris sailed high and gave Shock DL Khreem Smith just enough time to break through the line of scrimmage and block Fabrizio Scaccia's field goal attempt as time expired.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        6  1 0  438  312 Chicago             5  2 0  364  300
Georgia             5  2 0  384  325 Dallas              5  2 0  386  355
Orlando             4  3 0  376  370 Iowa                2  5 0  366  418
Tampa Bay           2  5 0  283  397 Tulsa               2  5 0  276  344
New Orleans         1  6 0  253  357 Kansas City         2  5 0  369  408
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           4  2 0  291  249 Arizona             6  1 0  433  330
Pittsburgh          3  4 0  316  350 San Jose            5  2 0  431  384
Philadelphia        2  5 0  366  399 Utah                3  3 0  379  348
MILWAUKEE           2  5 0  289  341 Spokane             3  4 0  408  410
WEEK NINE
FRIDAY MAY 6
Jacksonville 58, PHILADELPHIA 42 (8429) - The teams traded three TDs each throughout the final frame, but the Sharks offense proved to be too lethal as they maintained their 17-point lead. QB Aaron Garcia completed 21-of-31 passes for 271 yards and five TDs, with Jomo Wilson catching 11 for 148 yards and three TDs.
CLEVELAND 50, Milwaukee 41 (5077) - Troy Bergeron provided the main spark for the Gladiators’ scoring attack, catching seven passes for 81 yards and two TDs. He also added a 58-yard KO return for a TD. The Mustangs were paced by quarterback R.J. Archer, who was 22-of-31 for 244 yards, four TDs and had one interception.
ORLANDO 63, Tampa Bay 61 (12897) - Huey Whittaker's fourth quarter TD catch with twelve seconds left brought the Storm to within two points of the Predators, but Tampa Bay could not recove the onside kick, allowing Predator QB Nick Hill to run out the clock. Hill was responsible for every Orlando TD, including eight through the air.
Utah 74, GEORGIA 71 (3259) - The Blaze used a last second TD catch from Aaron Boone to get past the Force . QB Brett Elliott rallied Georgia in the second half, finishing 27 of 38 for 374 yards and nine touchdowns, but it was not enough against Utah quarterback Tommy Grady’s 344 yards passing and 10 TDs.
SATURDAY MAY 7
DALLAS 71, Iowa 57 (6634) - Numerous turnovers and untimely penalties again proved costly as Iowa dropped its fourth straight. Iowa started out strong and led 17-14 at the end of the first quarter, but Dallas had a narrow 41-37 lead into half-time. Following the break, Dallas QB Dan Raudabaugh led his team on five scoring drives.
PITTSBURGH 51, Spokane 41 (6756) - The Shock’s two-game winning streak was snapped, as they led going into halftime by 13 points, but Pittsburgh, with former Spokane head coach Chris Siegfried, who led the Shock to the 2006 AFL2 title, came back in the second half and scored on all but one possession in the final two quarters.
New Orleans 59, KANSAS CITY 52 (4422) - The VooDoo used a 21-point fourth quarter and two key defensive stops late to secure the win, as the 59 points scored were a season-high, while the halftime lead – 31-28 – was the first time this season that the VooDoo led at the mid-way mark.
TULSA 64, Chicago 45 - In the first ever meeting between the teams, the Talons outscored the Rush by 13 points in the final two quarters, while limiting Chicago, which had seven turnovers, to just 17 second half points. Tulsa QB Matt Bassuener finished the game with three passing TDs to go along with his four rushing touchdowns.
Arizona 65, SAN JOSE 43 (9499) - The Rattlers defense, which was dominant for the first four weeks, delivered five sacks and four interceptions. Leading the Rattlers defensive charge was DE Tyre Glasper, with three sacks, and LB Kevin McCullough, with two TDs, as Arizona opened up a two-game lead in the National West.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        7  1 0  496  354 Dallas              6  2 0  457  412
Georgia             5  3 0  455  399 Chicago             5  3 0  409  364
Orlando             5  3 0  439  431 Tulsa               3  5 0  340  389
Tampa Bay           2  6 0  344  460 Iowa                2  6 0  423  489
New Orleans         2  6 0  312  409 Kansas City         2  6 0  421  467
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           5  2 0  341  290 Arizona             7  1 0  499  373
Pittsburgh          4  4 0  367  391 San Jose            5  3 0  474  449
Philadelphia        2  6 0  408  457 Utah                4  3 0  453  419
MILWAUKEE           2  6 0  330  391 Spokane             3  5 0  449  461
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY MAY 13
PHILADELPHIA 68, Georgia 49 (7551) - The Soul won their first home game of the season by forcing four Georgia  turnovers and outscoring the Force 47-28 at the half. The 47-point first half tied a team record. Soul QB Ryan Vena completed 20-of-28 passes for 320 yards and seven touchdowns while adding two TDs on the ground.
TAMPA BAY 46, Kansas City 30 (11172) - The Storm defense provided two first half stops, allowing QB Brian Zbydniewski the chance to establish an early two score lead, a lead the Storm did not relinquish for the rest of the game. The Storm quarterback was 26-of-44 passing, for 277 yards and six touchdowns in his first career victory.
Tulsa 48, NEW ORLEANS 35 (8127) - Despite PJ Berry’s four-TD performance, the VooDoo fell short of victory due to the three turnovers that led to 17 points for Tulsa. Completions from Danny Wimprine to Berry counted for 24 points toward the VooDoo’s final score, while one 3-yard pass from Wimprine to James Jordan also contributed.
JACKSONVILLE 79, Iowa 27 - The win continued the Sharks longest winning streak in franchise history, and propelled the Sharks to an 8-1 record, currently the best in the AFL. The Sharks’ 56 points in the first half is the most that any team has scored in a half this season. The six interceptions in the game set a Sharks record.
SATURDAY MAY 14
PITTSBURGH 54, San Jose 48 (7333) - For 45 minutes, Pittsburgh trailed the SaberCats, but Bernard Morris found Jason Willis standing wide open from 31 yards away in the end zone to catch what would be the game-winning TD with 14 seconds left. The drive started with 41 seconds left to play, and the Power scored in six plays.
ORLANDO 56, Cleveland 26 (11256) - Defense anchored the Predators, as they allowed a season-low 26 points. Cleveland had a hard time finding a rhythm the entire night as they failed to convert on five fourth-down attempts. Preds QB Nick Hill completed 23 of 29 passes for 267 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for two more.
Milwaukee 65, UTAH 53 (7667) - After being down by 20 in the second quarter, Utah fought back to take the lead before falling in the final minutes. The loss was the first at home for the Blaze this season. On the final play of the game, Milwaukee DB Kelvin Rogers intercepted a pass and returned the lenghth of the field for the clinching TD.
Chicago 50, ARIZONA 49 (9000) - Chicago K Chris Gould nailed a 33-yard FG with one second remaining to secure a Rush victory. Chicago QB Russ Michna had his strongest performance of the season going 23 for 40 while totaling 267 yards with five TDs. WR Reggie Gray hadnine receptions for 141 yards and three touchdowns.
SPOKANE 71, Dallas 49 (9368) - Spokane QB Bill Stull, who made his first start, and back-up Kyle Rowley both left with injuries. Without any QB’s left, Spokane called on WR Chas Gessner and WR Emery Sammons in the fourth. Dallas QB Dan Raudabaugh left the game after three quarters and was relieved by QB Luke Drone.
AMERICAN - SOUTH                     NATIONAL - CENTRAL
Jacksonville        8  1 0  575  381 Dallas              6  3 0  506  483
Orlando             6  3 0  495  457 Chicago             6  3 0  459  413
Georgia             5  4 0  504  467 Tulsa               4  5 0  388  424
Tampa Bay           3  6 0  390  490 Iowa                2  7 0  450  568
New Orleans         2  7 0  347  457 Kansas City         2  7 0  451  513
AMERICAN - EAST                      NATIONAL - WEST
Cleveland           5  3 0  367  346 Arizona             7  2 0  548  423
Pittsburgh          5  4 0  421  439 San Jose            5  4 0  522  503
Philadelphia        3  6 0  476  506 Utah                4  4 0  506  484
MILWAUKEE           3  6 0  395  444 Spokane             4  5 0  520  510
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Iowa, Orlando, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh)
FRIDAY MAY 20
Arizona 61, NEW ORLEANS 53 (8257) - Rattlers QB Nick Davila completed 26 of 31 passes for 314 yards and seven TDs to keep the VooDoo winless at home. Davila connected with receiver Trandon Harvey on four TDs. Harvey finished with six catches for 86 yards and returned a kickoff 45 yards for a score in the second quarter.
Tampa Bay 51, SPOKANE 42 (9320) - In a rematch of last year's Arena Bowl, the Storm took a first-half lead and rode it to the end for its second straight win. QB Brian Zbydniewski led the Storm's offense with 223 passing yards and six TDs while the defense held the Shock scoreless for nearly two quarters and had four sacks.
SATURDAY MAY 21
CLEVELAND 59, Philadelphia 41 (7979) - The teams were a little spunky in pregame warmups. The taunting, pushing and bad blood carried over to the game when five players were ejected in the fourth quarter. The Gladiators stormed to a 23-6 lead in the first half en route to a runaway victory.
Jacksonville 62, GEORGIA 55 (4301) - The South Division leaders got the eighth TD pass of the game from Aaron Garcia, an 11-yard strike to Jeron Harvey with 1:29 left. The Force fell back to .500 for the first time despite seven TD passes from Brett Elliott, four of which went to Maurice Purify. Garcia was 22-of-29 for 279 yards.
Kansas City 40, TULSA 38 (5000) - With time running out, Kansas City QB J.J. Raterink moved left and threw under pressure. Bradley Chavez caught Raterink's 16-yard toss for the win. Tulsa led most of the way but lost three turnovers and allowed the Command to rally from an 11-point deficit over the final 14 minutes.
UTAH 76, San Jose 68 (8815) - The SaberCats committed a season-high 16 penalties, and the special teams and defensive struggles wasted a much-needed breakout performance from the offense. QB Mark Grieb completed 29 of 43 passes for 329 yards and seven TDs, but San Jose's defense stopped only one Blaze drive.
N. Kentucky         7  1 0  506  360 E. Kentucky         4  4 0  355  331
Saginaw             6  2 0  417  349 Johnstown           2  6 0  251  380
Huntington          4  4 0  310  296 Canton              1  7 0  335  459
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY APRIL 22
JOHNSTOWN 41, E. Kentucky 37 - On the Generals’ first play, Terrell Sims fumbled away the football. The  Drillers scored on the next play. On the Generals’ second snap, Tavares Woodley’s pass was intercepted by David Jones, who ran 46 yards to the end zone. Johnstown overcame the 14-0 deficit to stay in the playoff hunt.
SATURDAY APRIL 23
Huntington 67, CANTON 33 - Huntington scored the first 23 points en route to snapping a three-game losing streak. Martavious Young threw for four TDs in the Hammer win, while Dray Mason scored via a rushing, receiving and kick return for a score. Thomas Riley hauled in half of Young’s scoring strikes.
N. KENTUCKY 64, Saginaw 56 - Ricardo Lenhart set a new record with six TD receptions as Northern Kentucky became the first team to clinch a playoff berth. Saginaw’s Tommy Jones set a UIFL record with 332 yards passing on 25-of-47 passing and six TDs. Jared Lorenzen threw for 327 yards on 30-of-40 passing and seven TDs.
X-N. Kentucky       8  1 0  570  416 E. Kentucky         4  5 0  392  372
Saginaw             6  3 0  473  413 Johnstown           3  6 0  292  417
Huntington          5  4 0  377  329 Canton              1  8 0  368  526
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY APRIL 29
SAGINAW 55, Johnstown 37 - Zac Nichols caught three of his four TDs in the first half as Saginaw became the second team to earn a spot in the UIFL playoffs. Saginaw’s defense two interceptions and a fumble in the first half en route to opening up a 42-7 halftime lead, while QB Tommy Jones passed for 224 yards and seven TDs.
SATURDAY APRIL 30
E. KENTUCKY 45, Canton 0 - The Drillers recorded the first UIFL shutout. Marcus McClinton, David Jones, and newest addition Ellery Moore dominated the Cougars with overpowering defense, while McClinton was the star of the game, intercepting 2 passes, while running one of those back for a touchdown.
N. Kentucky 44, HUNTINGTON 23 (1000) - Northern Kentucky scored the final 20 points of the game to secure a playoff home game. Jared Lorenzen finished 23-of-42 for 239 yards and three TDs. He added two more rushing TDs. Ricardo Lenhart had 12 catches for 120 yards and one TD. Dray Mason scored all three Huntington TDs.
X-N. Kentucky       9  1 0  614  439 E. Kentucky         5  5 0  437  372
X-Saginaw           7  3 0  528  450 Johnstown           3  7 0  329  472
Huntington          5  5 0  400  373 Canton              1  9 0  368  571
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY MAY 6
JOHNSTOWN 41, Huntington 15 - The Generals trailed 15-11 early in the second quarter, but Johnstown’s defense subsequently slammed the door on the Hammer thanks to five interceptions, two blocked field goals, and a pair of returns for touchdowns that helped produce 30 unanswered points.
SAGINAW 63, N. Kentucky 58 - LaVaughn Macon’s 11-yard TD reception with 10 seconds kept Saginaw’s hopes of claiming the league’s top seed alive. Northern Kentucky had a chance to pull out the victory, driving down to the 12 yardline with two seconds remaining. However, Jared Lorenzen was sacked to end the game.
SUNDAY MAY 8
E. Kentucky 38, CANTON 26 - Eastern Kentucky picked Marc Pullen off six times, with Marcus McClinton recording three. With the victory, the Drillers took over an one-game lead over Huntington for third place, while Canton was eliminated from playoff contention. Eastern Kentucky was forced to play with back-up QB Daniel Eidson.
X-N. Kentucky       9  2 0  672  502 Huntington          5  6 0  415  414
X-Saginaw           8  3 0  591  508 Johnstown           4  7 0  370  487
E. Kentucky         6  5 0  475  398 Canton              1 10 0  394  609
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK THIRTEEN
SATURDAY MAY 14
Saginaw 76, CANTON 47 - Saginaw scored 28 unanswered points over the second and third quarters. The 76 points tied for Saginaw’s single-game high. LaVaughn Macon led the Sting with 10 catches for 107 yards and four TDs, while Saginaw quarterback Tommy Jones tied the Ultimate Indoor Football League record with nine TDs.
N. KENTUCKY 34, Huntington 28 - Ricardo Lenhart caught three TDs and Maurice Douse ran for two as Northern Kentucky remained unbeaten at home. After falling behind early, Huntington scored two touchdowns late to pull to within six points, but Chris McCreery recovered his second onside kick of the game and NKY ran out the clock.
MONDAY MAY 16
E. KENTUCKY 35, Johnstown 22 - The Generals held the Drillers to 19 points in the first 59:14. The final 46 seconds were a different story. The Drillers scored 16 points in the final 46 seconds to stun the Generals in a loss that hurt Johnstown’s playoff hopes. The Generals fell to 0-6 on the road
X-N. Kentucky      10  2 0  706  530 Huntington          5  7 0  443  448
X-Saginaw           9  3 0  667  555 Johnstown           4  8 0  392  522
X-E. Kentucky       7  5 0  510  420 Canton              1 11 0  441  685
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
SATURDAY MAY 21
HUNTINGTON 56, Canton 35 - Six different players found the end zone as Huntington maintained its one-game lead for the final playoff spot. WR Hiram Moore had two TDs, while Jaret Sanderson returned a missed FG and Victor Riley scored on a KO return. The Hammer needs a win next week or a Johnstown loss to make the playoffs.
JOHNSTOWN 58, Saginaw 20 - The win kept Johnstown’s slim playoff hopes alive. Johnstown raced out to the 40-7 lead in the third quarter as Saginaw struggled with continuity in the first half. Due to travel difficulties, the Sting arrived late and dressed only 15 players.
N. KENTUCKY 54, E. Kentucky 40 - Jared Lorenzen accounted for eight TDs as Northern Kentucky torched the league’s top scoring defense and clinched the top seed in the playoffs. In throwing his seven TDs, Lorenzen connected with five different receivers. The signal caller was 17-of-31 for 227 yards and one interception.
Z-N. Kentucky      11  2 0  760  570 Huntington          6  7 0  499  483
X-Saginaw           9  4 0  687  613 Johnstown           5  8 0  450  542
X-E. Kentucky       7  6 0  550  474 Canton              1 12 0  476  741
Z-Clinched regular season title      X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
SATURDAY MAY 28
E. KENTUCKY 44, N. Kentucky 43 - Daniel Eidson’s 17 yard FG with 24 seconds remaining lifted Eastern Kentucky to the win.  Northern Kentucky had a chance but Willie Idlette was tackled in bounds as the clock expired. Eastern Kentucky’s defense forced the River Monsters into a mere 1-of-8 on redzone conversions.
Johnstown 45, CANTON 12 - Johnstown stayed alive in the race for the final playoff spot as the Generals’ defense held Canton scoreless for the last three quarters. DeQwan Young recorded three of the team’s six interceptions, while Terrance Hudson added two. Canton actually out-gained the Generals.
SUNDAY MAY 29
HUNTINGTON 49, Saginaw 25 (1000) - Martavious Young ran for three TDs as Huntington secured the final UIFL playoff berth. With the victory, Huntington will travel to Eastern Kentucky for the semifinals of the playoffs. Saginaw played without quarterback Tommy Jones, who left the team without a QB for the upcoming playoffs.
Z-N. Kentucky      11  3 0  803  614 X-Huntington        7  7 0  548  508
X-Saginaw           9  5 0  712  662 Johnstown           6  8 0  495  554
X-E. Kentucky       8  6 0  594  517 Canton              1 13 0  488  786
Z-Clinched regular season title      X-Clinched playoff berth
PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINALS
FRIDAY JUNE 3
SAGINAW (9-5) 48, Northern Kentucky (8-6) 47 - With four minutes left, Sting QB Kevin Brown, who had never played QB in an organized game, scrambled 10 yards into the end zone to put the Sting ahead by one. On the next drive, N. Kentucky QB Jared Lorenzen couldn't get past midfield and ended his team's final drive on fourth down.
SATURDAY JUNE 4
EASTERN KENTUCKY (8-6) 20, Huntington (7-7) 4 - The Hammer scored on two safeties early to take a 4-0 lead, but it was all Eastern Kentucky after that. Backup QB Daniel Eidson tossed two TD passes to Aric Evans, the leading scorer in the UIFL, to help the Drillers pull away in the fourth and regain possession of the Coal Cup.
ULTIMATE BOWL 1
FRIDAY JUNE 10
SAGINAW (10-5) 86, Eastern Kentucky (9-6) 69  - Saginaw Sting QB Tommy Jones missed last week's semifinal playoff victory at home for "personal reasons". He returned for Friday's first-ever UIFL Ultimate Bowl and didn't skip a beat. Jones, who was awarded at halftime with the UIFL's Offensive Player of the year award, was named the game's MVP after completing 25 of 36 passes for 346 yards and a UIFL record 10 touchdowns in the Sting's 86-69 win over the Eastern Kentucky Drillers. The title is Saginaw's second indoor football title since 2008, when the Saginaw Sting won the CIFL title. Saginaw lost its last two games of the regular season to finish second at 9-5. Jones left the team last week, but the Sting survived, edging Northern Kentucky 48-47 after a 33-21 halftime deficit. After falling behind 7-0 to start, Saginaw got settled in. Jones threw three-straight touchdown passes to LaVaughn Macon and his 50-yard bomb to Zac Nichols gave the Sting a 28-14 lead early in the second quarter. Jones hit Macon and Nichols for two more touchdowns in the second quarter, but the Drillers scored as time ran out, cutting the Sting lead to 41-33 at halftime. Jones completed another touchdown to Macon to open the second half and after a Sting defensive stop, Chris Kolias drilled a 55-yard field goal to give Saginaw a commanding 51-33 lead. Saginaw never let Eastern Kentucky get closer than 10 points from that point.
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
Houston       7  0 0 396 213 X-Louisiana    6  1 0 288 198
Abilene       3  4 0 295 321 Mobile         2  4 0 146 289
Corpus Christ 2  4 0 186 295 Lafayette      0  6 0   0   0
Rio Grande V  2  5 0 321 368
X-Clinched division title
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Lafayette, Albany)
FRIDAY MAY 6
ALABAMA 52, Carolina 44 (2040) - Alabama QB Bill Ashburn threw seven TD passes, three apiece going to Maurice Dupree and Mico McSwain. Carolina QB Antonio Miller throwing for 240 yards and five scores, but he was picked off three times - twice by Hammers defensive back Demetrius Derico in his season debut.
SATURDAY MAY 7
Louisiana def. Mobile (Forfeit)
COLUMBUS 81, Fayetteville 32 (2167) - Chris McCoy threw five TD passes and Guesly Dervil scored twice on defense as the Lions scored 35 unanswered points in the first half. Gerald Gales had eight catches for 109 yards and three TDs as Columbus won its fifth straight. Trey Crum was 9-10 on PATs and registered four UNOs.
Erie 65, RICHMOND 50 - Adam DiMichele threw five of his seven TD passes to Kevin Concepcion as Erie picked up a big road win. Erie led 39-17 early in the third quarter but Richmond got within 39-31 on Brandon Isaiah 9-yard run with three minutes remaining in the third.
TRENTON 78, Harrisburg 36 (4035) - E.J. Nemeth threw eight TD passes and rushed for two more as the Steel outscored Harrisburg 28-0 in the final quarter. Oderick Turner and Damon Harrison each caught three TD in a game that saw the teams combine for 50 first quarter points. Collis Martin had two TD catches for Harrisburg.
SUNDAY MAY 8
HOUSTON 56, Abilene 24 - Robert Kent threw for 244 yards and seven TDs as the Stallions outscored the Ruff Riders 27-8 in the third quarter and kept Abilene scoreless the final 15 minutes to remain unbeaten. Damion Clark caught six passes for 109 yards and three TDs. Ty Forte threw two TDs and ran for another for Abilene.
MONDAY MAY 9
CORPUS CHRISTI 44, RG Valley 36 (2431) - Jason Lee’s 33-yard interception return with 2:51 helped Corpus Christi seal the victory. RGV closed to 36-30 on Leo Araguz’ third FG with 7:40 to play and had the ball, but Lee’s pick six gave the Hammerheads a two-score cushion. Anthony Andre threw four TD passes for Corpus Christi.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Erie          6  2 0 491 359 Richmond       4  4 0 413 413 Albany         7  0 0 285 210
Trenton       5  3 0 541 410 Fayetteville   3  5 0 353 441 Columbus       7  1 0 507 306
Harrisburg    1  7 0 325 499 Carolina       1  6 0 317 390 Alabama        2  5 0 217 359
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
Houston       8  0 0 452 237 X-Louisiana    7  1 0 288 198
Corpus Christ 3  4 0 230 331 Mobile         2  5 0 146 289
Abilene       3  5 0 319 377 Lafayette      0  6 0   0   0
Rio Grande V  2  6 0 357 412
X-Clinched division title
WEEK NINE (Bye - Richmond, Fayetteville)
FRIDAY MAY 13
ERIE 90, Trenton 79 (2496) - In the highest scoring game in SIFL history, Erie's Adam DiMichele’s 12 TD passes and Kevin Concepcion’s seven TD catches set SIFL records. DiMichele finished with 400 yards passing and Concepcion caught 14 passes for 202 yards. Steel QB EJ Nemeth was responsible for 11 TDs, throwing for 7.
SATURDAY MAY 14
HARRISBURG 59, Carolina 30 (579) - J.R. Cipra set an SIFL record with 23 points scored on kicking as the Stampede won for the second time in three games. Cipra made a record five field goals, five extra points and three UNOs. Eugene Goodman rushed for two Harrisburg scores and Brian Harris threw for 184 yards and a TD.
Columbus 60, ALBANY 56 (5236) - Columbus overcame an early 13-3 deficit as Chris McCoy threw five TD passes and rushed for two more. Albany closed to 60-56 when Cecil Lester threw his sixth TD, a 9-yarder to Antwone Savage of the evening hitting Antwone Savage, but Columbus was able to run out the clock.
ALABAMA 94, Mobile 0 (3150) - Mobile had already forfeited the game when the franchise folded. Several former players fielded a team, and were crushed. Kevin Eakin threw for 200 yards and six touchdowns in his first start as the Hammers posted the most lopsided win in Huntsville arena football history.
SUNDAY MAY 15
Corpus Christi def. Lafayette (Forfeit)
RG VALLEY 48, Abilene 24 - John Taylor and Danny Young each scored two TDs as RGV held Abilene scoreless in the fourth quarter to pull away. Leo Araguz kicked three field goals,  an UNO and was 4-4 on PATs. Kirt Griffin threw for 230 yards and two touchdowns to Coco Blalock in his Ruff Rider quarterback debut.
HOUSTON 64, Louisiana 57 - The Stallions remained unbeaten and ended LA’s seven-game winning streak.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Erie          7  2 0 581 438 Richmond       4  4 0 413 413 Columbus       8  1 0 567 362
Trenton       5  4 0 620 500 Fayetteville   3  5 0 353 441 Albany         7  1 0 341 270
Harrisburg    2  7 0 384 529 Carolina       1  7 0 347 449 Alabama        3  5 0 217 359
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
X-Houston     9  0 0 516 294 X-Louisiana    7  2 0 345 262
Corpus Christ 4  4 0 230 331 Mobile         2  6 0 146 289
Abilene       3  6 0 343 425 Lafayette      0  7 0   0   0
Rio Grande V  3  6 0 405 436
X-Clinched division title
WEEK TEN (Bye - Houston, Columbus)
FRIDAY MAY 20
TRENTON 83, Harrisburg 23 (3139) - After being on the losing end of the highest scoring game in SIFL history a week ago, the Trenton defense redeemed itself with a record performance of its own. The Steel kept its fading playoff hopes alive by intercepting an SIFL record seven passes, part of nine Stampede turnovers.
CAROLINA 50, Richmond 48 - Despite three TDs in the second half by recently acquired QB quarterback Antwan Young, the Raiders lost on a Carolina FG with 2.7 seconds left. Richmond's defense allowed 34 points in the first half, then blanked the Speed in the third quarter. WR Cooter Arnold scored all five of the Speed's TDs.
SATURDAY MAY 21
Louisiana 64, ABILENE 50 - Ben McLaughlin is now 3-0 against Abilene teams in 2010-11. The rookie QB for the Swashbucklers threw for 259 yards and seven TDs. Last November, he led Louisiana College to victories over both Hardin-Simmons and McMurry in the American Southwest Conference.
ERIE 138, Fayetteville 0 - The Explosion scored on their first three offensive plays, returned two early interceptions for TDs and went on to set a franchise record for points. CB Lenny Wicks had four interception returns for TDs, and Kevin Concepcion caught four of Adam DiMichele's six TD passes as Erie earned an SIFL playoff berth.
Albany 86, ALABAMA 70 (2981) - The Panthers led 60-35 at halftime. Albany pushed its lead to 67-35 early in the third and was up 67-50 entering the fourth, as QB Cecil Lester threw for 305 yards and 10 TDs. Alabama QB Kevin Eakin passed for 309 yards and nine TDs, seven to Mico McSwain, but threw three interceptions.
SUNDAY MAY 22
Rio Grande Valley def. Lafayette (Forfeit)
MONDAY MAY 23
Corpus Christi def. Mobile (Forfeit)
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Z-Erie        8  2 0 719 438 Richmond       4  5 0 461 463 Columbus       8  1 0 567 362
Trenton       6  4 0 703 523 Fayetteville   3  6 0 353 579 Albany         8  1 0 427 340
Harrisburg    2  8 0 407 612 Carolina       2  7 0 397 497 Alabama        3  6 0 287 447
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
X-Houston     9  0 0 516 294 X-Louisiana    8  2 0 409 312
Corpus Christ 5  4 0 230 331 Mobile         2  7 0 146 289
Rio Grande V  4  6 0 405 436 Lafayette      0  8 0   0   0
Abilene       3  7 0 393 489
Z-Clinched playoff berth     X-Clinched division title
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Abilene, Harrisburg)
THURSDAY MAY 26
TRENTON 78, Erie 53 (2857) - E.J. Nemeth threw six touchdown passes and threw three more as the Steel clinched the final playoff spot in the East with this win and Richmond’s loss on Saturday. Damon Harrison had five of those six catches and finished with nine grabs for 141 yards. Adam DiMichele threw six TDs for Erie.
COLUMBUS 69, Alabama 27 - Defending SIFL champion Columbus scored 41 second-half points to pull away from Alabama. Gerald Gales caught three touchdowns for the Lions, who held a 21-14 halftime lead. Leon Foster had two sacks, one for a safety. Matthew Martin, playing in place of Kevin Eakin, threw three TDs for the Hammers.
SATURDAY MAY 28
LOUISIANA 69, Corpus Christi 47 - Ellis Mead’s interception return, Bryant Mason’s fumble return and Ben McLaughlin’s 9-yarder to Sammy Knight helped Louisiana turn a 35-33 halftime deficit into a 54-35 advantage as the Swashbucklers introduced new owner Kyle Thorne, a Dallas businessman, at halftime.
Albany 48, RICHMOND 42 - Antwone Savage’s 15-yard pass from Cecil Lester with 1:58 remaining lifted Albany over Richmond and kept the Panthers tied with Columbus for the No. 1 Eastern seed. Richmond tied the game on Damon Thompson’s 19-yarder from Antwon Young with 3:59 to go.
Houston def. Lafayette (Forfeit)
SUNDAY MAY 29
Rio Grande Valley def. Mobile (Forfeit)
RG VALLEY 98, Edinburg 18 - The Magic set the tone early as they scored on their first drive on a Billy Garza 17-yard pass to Danny Young. The Magic went on to score on their next five possessions in the first half putting the game out of reach for Landsharks.  The Magic ended the game with 327 total yards and created 10 turnovers.
CAROLINA 84, Fayetteville 22 - Tanner Cunningham tied an SIFL record with four rushing touchdowns and Bill Ashburn threw six touchdown passes in seven completions as Carolina routed Fayetteville. Cunningham finished with 90 yards on 15 carries. Eric Foster scored two touchdowns for Fayetteville.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Z-Erie        8  3 0 772 516 Richmond       4  6 0 503 511 Z-Columbus     9  1 0 636 389
Z-Trenton     7  4 0 781 576 Fayetteville   3  7 0 375 663 Z-Albany       9  1 0 475 382
Harrisburg    2  8 0 407 612 Carolina       3  7 0 481 519 Alabama        3  7 0 314 516
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
X-Houston    10  0 0 516 294 X-Louisiana    9  2 0 478 359
Z-Corpus Chri 5  5 0 277 400 Mobile         2  8 0 146 289
Rio Grande V  5  6 0 405 436 Lafayette      0  9 0   0   0
Abilene       3  7 0 393 489
Z-Clinched playoff berth     X-Clinched division title
WEEK TWELVE (Bye - Trenton, Louisiana)
SATURDAY JUNE 4
RICHMOND 37, Carolina 36 - Four interceptions, a blocked extra point and two big stops on fourth down enabled the Raiders to defeat Carolina in the team's home finale at the Coliseum. Richmond's victory snapped the five-game losing streak that last week eliminated the Raiders from playoff contention.
ERIE 71, Harrisburg 32 (2400) - Adam DiMichele threw nine TD passes, as the Explosion clinched the SIFL's Northeast Division title. DiMichele completed 15-of-23 passes for 350 yards. League scoring leader Kevin Concepcion caught four touchdown passes, Tirone Morris added three and Ernest Jackson two.
ALABAMA 92, Fayetteville 12 (2650) - Hammers QB Harrison Beck completed 17-of-28 passes for 219 yards and eight TDs and he scored on a 2-yard run. Mico McSwain caught six TD passes. The Hammers took the opening kickoff and scored on their first play from scrimmage when McSwain caught an 18-yard strike from Beck.
COLUMBUS 58, Albany 39 (2726) - Lions DB Damian Daniels had four interceptions, all either in or near the end zone, and LB Justen Rivers forced and recovered a Panthers fumble in the fourth to stop Albany’s rally and allow Columbus to score the final 10 points. Lions QB Chris McCoy passed for three TDs and ran for two.
SUNDAY JUNE 5
Corpus Christi def. Lafayette (Forfeit)
CORPUS CHRISTI 62, Louisiana 45 - The Hammerheads picked off six Louisiana passes as they clinched a spot in the playoffs. DB Reuben Flowers had three of the interceptions for Corpus Christi, including one at the goal line that stopped a scoring threat and another that was returned 27 yards for a TD on the first play of the second half.
RG VALLEY 42, Abilene 20 - The Ruff Riders' loss, combined with a victory by Corpus Christi over Louisiana, which will keep the Riders home from the playoffs for the second straight season. Abilene had 185 total yards to 203 for Rio Grande. The Riders rushed for just 11 yards.
MONDAY JUNE 6
Houston def. Mobile (Forfeit)
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Z-Erie        9  3 0 843 548 Richmond       5  6 0 540 547 Z-Columbus    10  1 0 694 428
Z-Trenton     7  4 0 781 576 Fayetteville   3  8 0 387 755 Z-Albany       9  2 0 514 440
Harrisburg    2  9 0 439 683 Carolina       3  8 0 517 556 Alabama        4  7 0 406 528
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
X-Houston    11  0 0 516 294 X-Louisiana    9  3 0 523 421
Corpus Chri   6  5 0 339 445 Mobile         2  9 0 146 289
Rio Grande V  6  6 0 447 456 Lafayette      0 10 0   0   0
Abilene       3  8 0 413 531
Z-Clinched playoff berth     X-Clinched division title
WEEK THIRTEEN (Bye - Erie, Rio Grande Valley)
SATURDAY JUNE 11
Mobile at Lafayette (Cancelled)
Houston 40, LOUISIANA 38 - Carlos Alsup rushed for two TDs, Robert Kent threw two TD passes and rushed for another, and the Houston defense snuffed a LA two-point conversion attempt as the Stallions concluded an unbeaten regular season. Kent was 19 of 25 for 180 yards for Houston
ALBANY 68, Alabama 51 (6214) - Cecil Lester threw seven TD passes and Demetrius McCray and Levan Richmond each recorded three interceptions as Albany clinched the second seed in the East.  Antwone Sage had three touchdown catches for Albany. Germico McSwian had six catches for 78 yards and a score for Alabama.
COLUMBUS 55, Carolina 40 (2476) - Josh Smith caught three touchdown passes and Anthony Merritt two as Columbus closed out the season by defeated Carolina. Damian Daniels had three interceptions. Columbus scored 23 unanswered points to pull away from a 14-12 game. Cooter Arnold caught two TDs for Carolina.
CORPUS CHRISTI 79, Abilene 30 (3100) - Anthony Andre threw five touchdown passes and Corpus Christi outscored Abilene  24-0 in the third quarter to pull away to the victory. Scott Palmer caught two TD for the Hammerheads. Larry Dockery rushed for two scores and threw for another for the Ruff Riders.
Richmond 88, FAYETTEVILLE 6 - Antwon Young completed 20 of 36 passes for 266 yards and seven  touchdowns and had four carries for 72 yards and two touchdowns as Richmond routed Fayetteville.
Trenton 52, HARRISBURG 22 (607) - E.J. Nemeth threw five touchdown passes as Trenton closed out its season with a win over Harrisburg.
EASTERN - NORTHEAST          EASTERN - MID ATLANTIC        EASTERN - SOUTH
Z-Erie        9  3 0 843 548 Richmond       6  6 0 628 553 Z-Columbus    11  1 0 749 468
Z-Trenton     8  4 0 833 598 Fayetteville   3  9 0 393 843 Z-Albany      10  2 0 582 491
Harrisburg    2 10 0 461 735 Carolina       3  9 0 557 611 Alabama        4  8 0 457 596
WESTERN - SOUTHWEST          WESTERN - GULF
X-Houston    12  0 0 556 332 X-Louisiana    9  4 0 561 461
Z-Corpus Chri 7  5 0 418 475 Mobile         2 10 0 146 289
Z-Rio Gr Vall 6  6 0 447 456 Lafayette      0 12 0   0   0
Abilene       3  9 0 443 610
Z-Clinched playoff berth     X-Clinched division title
PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
SATURDAY JUNE 18
ALBANY (10-2) 68, Erie (9-3) 43 (5104) - QB Cecil Lester completed 23 of 31 passes for 210 yards and seven TDs, while rushing for another in the Panthers’ first-ever postseason win. Lester led Albany to scores on nine possessions and threw just one interception, on a tipped ball at the end of the first half that resulted in no points.
COLUMBUS (11-1) 62, Trenton (8-4) 60 (2134) - Columbus LB Ramone Nickerson put a stop to a back-and-forth scoring flurry with a fourth-quarter interception and the Lions blocked a two-point conversion pass in the final minute of the game. Trenton QB E.J. Nemeth passed for 406 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for two more.
LOUISIANA (9-4) 59, Corpus Christi (7-5) 20 - The Swashbucklers defense forced eight turnovers, scored a touchdown and held Corpus Christi to two offensive touchdowns. Defensive end John Machado blocked a field goal attempt, recovered it for a touchdown, and returned a fumble 35 yards to set up another touchdown.
MONDAY JUNE 20
HOUSTON (12-0) 65, RG Valley (6-6) 62 - Jon Thompson’s 46-yard FG with no time remaining led Houston to the win. The Magic led 35-12 late in the first half but couldn’t hold off the Stallions, who improved to 13-0 on the season. The Magic had a chance to win with under five seconds left, but Leo Araguz’s 21-yard FG hooked left.
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
SATURDAY JUNE 25
Albany (11-2) 75, COLUMBUS (12-1) 61 - A Demetrie McCray interception, a Lionel Bibbins fumble recovery for a touchdown and a Corey Rue pick-six — one week after two late interception returns drove the dagger through the Explosion — came in successive defensive series en route to Albany’s first conference crown.
MONDAY JUNE 27
Louisiana (10-4) 56, HOUSTON (13-0) 41 - Chris Hudler made sure the Swashbucklers returned to a title game. For the second week in a row, the LB scooped up the ball on an onside kick and returned it to the end zone for a key TD. His scamper with 33 seconds left gave Louisiana the final margin in its upset of the undefeated Stallions.
SIFL CHAMPIONSHIP
SATURDAY JULY 2
ALBANY (12-2) 69, Louisiana (11-4) 48 (7543) - All of a sudden, a drop kick was worth just one point on a PAT attempt — after Albany K Geoff Boyer had hit three for six points in the Championship game. The officials’ post-halftime decision to remove three points from Albany’s score left a record crowd bewildered and even prompted Panthers GM Will Carter to the field with league commissioner Gary Tufford and Dan Blum, supervisor of officials, on the phone to verify the ruling. In the end, though, the lost points on drop-kick PATs didn’t prevent the Panthers from winning their first SIFL title. Albany quarterback Cecil Lester rebounded from his first-half interception that put the Panthers down 27-24 at the break — 27-21 after the officials made the drop-kick ruling — with a flawless second half, throwing for seven touchdowns after intermission. Lester finished with 10 scores. The controversial ruling, though, took center stage — or midfield — even after Albany had taken a 29-27 lead in the third quarter. Carter came onto the field while speaking with Tufford and Blum by phone. Neither director was available for comment after the game. The officiating crew deliberated further, delaying play, and ultimately stood by their decision. The Swashbucklers finish the season with a record of 10-5. This was the team's fifth consecutive appearance in a title game. The first two, which they won, (2007 & 2008) were in the Intense Football League.