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Jet’s WIN A BIG 1 UP NORTH!

QB Zac Cavanaugh fliegt in die Endzone der Crocodiles (pic: Adam Sander).

QB Zac Cavanaugh flys in the Endzone over Crocodiles (pic: Adam Sander).

On Saturday night the Troisdorf Jets takes the battle with a 42: 41 win over the Cologne Crocodiles with one week left for their fate in the GFL2. The Bonn Gamecocks had a big against the Bielefeld Bulldogs (27:10) shortly before to further sink the Bulldogs, this was a must win game for the Jets, to avoid landing in the drop zone. The spectators of that Jets game was given that evening football at high voltage. With the Jets QB 5 Z.Cavanaugh 290 passing yards with 4 TD’s it was a long night for the Crocodiles secondary. Jets Wide out R.Ket had 3 of those alone hauling in 9 balls for 175yrds. The ground game was also big for the Jets in the game. Cavanaugh lead the team with 105yrds with 2 TD’s. Jets RB N.Chatz chiped in with 91. D.Graves lead the Cologne attack but the crocodiles star that night was RB M.Davis rushing for 242yrds on 23 attempts but only added 1 TD to the mix.

The final is set for Sweden!!

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During Saturdays game you could see it would be decided early which two teams would play for the gold medal next Sunday, September 7, at Tele2 Arena in Stockholm.

As many tipped in advance, it was a fairly easy victory for Carlstad who pulled away from the start and won 64-7.

In Tyreso however, it became much more exciting. Just like last year when the Orebro Black Knights went Stockholm to play the semifinals.
The match initially looked to be a one-sided affair when Örebro savior, newcomer Joe Clancy, already on the first drive of the game found an open receiver who ran it 80-yards for a touchdown and Örebro went to the halftime break with the lead 0-19.

In the second half, however, came Tyreso again and with just minutes remaining reduced it to 13-19, and on the following kickoff was decided to attempt an onside kick. It failed, however, to take the ball back and Orebro could run out of time, apart from all the way to the final whistle before Tyreso got possession of the ball again.
With only seconds left on the clock but for Tyresö QB Billy Greene, time had ran out and the match was over. The end result 13-19 and the 2014 final will be a replay of 2013, Crusaders vs Black Knights!

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Monarchs cage the Falcons!!

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The pressure was there. It was, however, for both teams. Dresden, after counterpart Kiel won on Saturday, urgently respond with a win to secure second place and hoping for home advantage in the play-offs.

Dresdens Quarterback Jeff Welsh served early Tyson Garnham with a 75Yard touchdown pass (PAT blocked 0: 6). Cologne took a while to respond. This they did at the beginning of the second quarter, first with a field goal by Philip 25Yard Stentzel. Dresden laid by. Trevar Deed ran across the short distance to the Monarchs second touchdown (PAT blocked again 0:12) – and it looked like a dominant idea of the Saxons. But Cologne berappelte itself. The ensuing kickoff was the strong Falcons running back Steven Strother post haste to connect touchdown (PAT Stentzel 10:12). Although Dresden was able to submit by another touchdown on Deed. But with the extra points, the worm was now definitely in there. This time failed attempt at conversion, and so it was “only” 10:18. Not enough to really settle. An invitation for the hosts, who they accepted gratefully. Quarterback Robert Demers sent Alexander Tounkara-Kone with a 60Yard pass in the end zone. And football Oldie Estrus Crayton showed the Monarchs as a proper conversion goes. Compensation: 18:18. Half time!

Anyway: Dresden came with Kampfes- and will to win from the start. Cologne had to give the ball quickly. A bad pass from Demers read gave the Monarchs offense the ball on the 28 yard line of the Falcons – and Trevar Deed made ​​short work (PAT Hilgenfeld 18:25). Then Cologne left the fortune. Two drives they worked focused forward. twice they were close to the end zone. Two times they decided to field goal. And twice we went wrong. In the first experiment Stentzel hit the yellow crossbar. The second Blockley the Monarchs little later. At the beginning of the last quarter Guillaume Rioux made ​​a remarkable catch the sack to: touchdown after a pass from 14Yard Welsh (PAT Hilgenfeld 18:32). Cologne plowed, but Dresden scorte. First, the Monarchs offense ran textbook ripe long with the clock. And Trevar Deed closed the last Saxon Drive consistently with his fourth touchdown from (PAT Hilgenfeld 18:39). Cologne came eight seconds before closing again in the end zone. Tim Have Droeze caught a 40Yarder of Demers (PAT Stentzel 25:39). On winning score that changed nothing.

The Dresden Monarchs have shown especially in the second half an impressively concentrated power. So they are now back in front of Kiel. With a win next Sunday at Euro Bowl winner Berlin Dresden could secure second place final.

Ohio is top state in the Midwest for prep Football!!

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Aug 27 2014

A pair of Ohio teams remain at No. 1 and 2 in the Midwest Region despite wins from teams from Indiana and Missouri last week.

St. Edward (Lakewood, Ohio) and Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati) did not play last week, but they still come in at No. 1 and 2 respectively. Lee’s Summit West and Blue Springs of Missouri both won their openers, as did Ben Davis and Warren Central from Indiana. There were no changes among the top seven teams in the rankings. St. Edward who’s ranked 3rd in the nation they will open the season vs Gilman of Baltimore on Aug 31 at 4pm. Gilman is seen to be one of the hardest games this year for St. Ed. With a 11-2 record from last season St. Ed looks to better that this season as the return six starters on offense and seven on the defensive side of the ball. Brett Kean returns for his senior season will call the shots for an offense that should put up points in bunches. He will have a lethal set of weapons in Alex Stump and the Dowell brothers, David and Andrew. The defense should offer just as much firepower and experience with a core of Troy Dipre and Troy Henderson stuffing the run and Shaun Crawford patrolling the secondary.

El Capitan takes down Madison (Ca)

El Captian #4 Brad Cagel

El Captian #4 Brad Cagel


No prognosticator could have seen the demolishing about to erupt in the middle of Clairemont Mesa this past weekend as Brad Cagle (QB) and his El Capitan Vaqueros took down Madison 35-7. The 6’1 210lb Cagle is more so known for his arm and that was seen vs the Warhawks. But the most suprising thing was the ground game of Cagle as he had to show off the footwork a few times and early in the game it was Cagle’s two yard scamper that opened up the scoring. El Capitan seems to be clicking early and thats do to the whole team working so hard through the offseason and its showing that it’s paying off and will continue to pay off for us Cagle said. Cagle and his team will face Mater Dei this coming week, and mater Dei is also coming off a big win. But as for Cagle and the boys they are just gonna do their thing week in and week out no matter who they face. Cagle stated we will just study film and see what works and execute that. At the moment Brad does not have a college scholarship but with his hard work and playing ability im sure that will pay off for him earning one by the end of this season! Good luck on the season to Brad and the Vaqueros!!!!

Jeff Welsh and the Monarchs grounds the Falcons!!

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The pressure was there. It was, however, for both teams. Dresden, after counterpart Kiel won on Saturday, urgently respond with a win to secure second place and hoping for home advantage in the play-offs.

Dresdens Quarterback Jeff Welsh served early Tyson Garnham with a 75Yard touchdown pass (PAT blocked 0: 6). Cologne took a while to respond. This they did at the beginning of the second quarter, first with a field goal by Philip 25Yard Stentzel. Dresden laid by. Trevar Deed ran across the short distance to the Monarchs second touchdown (PAT blocked again 0:12) – and it looked like a dominant idea of the Saxons. But Cologne berappelte itself. The ensuing kickoff was the strong Falcons running back Steven Strother post haste to connect touchdown (PAT Stentzel 10:12). Although Dresden was able to submit by another touchdown on Deed. But with the extra points, the worm was now definitely in there. This time failed attempt at conversion, and so it was “only” 10:18. Not enough to really settle. An invitation for the hosts, who they accepted gratefully. Quarterback Robert Demers sent Alexander Tounkara-Kone with a 60Yard pass in the end zone. And football Oldie Estrus Crayton showed the Monarchs as a proper conversion goes. Compensation: 18:18. Half time!

Anyway: Dresden came with Kampfes- and will to win from the start. Cologne had to give the ball quickly. A bad pass from Demers read gave the Monarchs offense the ball on the 28 yard line of the Falcons – and Trevar Deed made ​​short work (PAT Hilgenfeld 18:25). Then Cologne left the fortune. Two drives they worked focused forward. twice they were close to the end zone. Two times they decided to field goal. And twice we went wrong. In the first experiment Stentzel hit the yellow crossbar. The second Blockley the Monarchs little later. At the beginning of the last quarter Guillaume Rioux made ​​a remarkable catch the sack to: touchdown after a pass from 14Yard Welsh (PAT Hilgenfeld 18:32). Cologne plowed, but Dresden scorte. First, the Monarchs offense ran textbook ripe long with the clock. And Trevar Deed closed the last Saxon Drive consistently with his fourth touchdown from (PAT Hilgenfeld 18:39). Cologne came eight seconds before closing again in the end zone. Tim Have Droeze caught a 40Yarder of Demers (PAT Stentzel 25:39). On winning score that changed nothing.

The Dresden Monarchs have shown especially in the second half an impressively concentrated power. So they are now back in front of Kiel. With a win next Sunday at Euro Bowl winner Berlin Dresden could secure second place final.

Crocodiles take down Bulldogs!!

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The game itself was seen at the beginning clearly nervous actions on both sides, a fumble on the first drive of the Crocodiles put the Bielefeld Offense up 7: 0. The following Drive David Graves got an interception, so that again gave Bielefeld possession. But the Bielefeld Offense was not error-free, the aggressive defense of Crocodiles could accommodate a fumble. A short time later, it was then a dynamic run of Mike Davis and the subsequent extra point by as always super safe kicker Max Reuter, who were responsible for the compensation. Shortly thereafter it was Frank Klein man who could intercept a pass and the offense brought in a promising position, but this could not take the chance. As of now the game until halftime weighed back and forth, with the Bulldogs vorlegten again, but the Crocodiles were reloading with two more touchdowns by Mike Davis. Just before half time the Crocodiles Defense could then stop the offense of the Bulldogs once again, this time the offense did not miss the chance and Denis staves scored 5 seconds before the end of the first half, the first guide of Crocodiles.

What no one knew at that time was that this guide was not given until the end, the Crocodiles did not permit any further points more in the second half. David Graves could tag by running the next touchdown even before then Yunes Rahimi, in turn, was able to secure a fumble and return post Max Reuter’s pass from David Graves scored the decision. Last desperate attacks the Bulldogs were stopped, Jimmy Enderes conquered by another interception the ball again, so that the victorious Cologne could run out of time.

Head Coach David Odenthal is accordingly satisfied with the performance: “Today we have retrieved our performance, made ​​unnecessary errors only at the beginning of the game and ultimately deserved to win. We will now prepare ourselves focused on the local derby against the Jets Troisdorf, we want to win more games.

Aug 25 2014

Adler’s Top Player done for season!

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Berlin’s Conrad Meadows is considered to be one of the most dangerous players in the GFL for the Berlin Adler and it has shown significantly in the past three years. Now do to a prolonged foot injury Conrad will return early to the United States before a posiable farewell forever.

Meadows in 2012 10 GFL touchdowns and 1,800 total yards and on D 1 sack and 5 interceptions.
2013 17 GFL touchdowns and more than 2,100 total yards.

Playing up to half of this season, he played 5 GFL games and 3 Big6 games. The highlight of his time in Germany might have been winning the Euro Bowl with the Eagles in July. With great pain Conrad played anyway, and big catches in that game lead to a large part of that success.
The board of the Berlin Adler Says Thank You to Conrad Meadows for the performances on and off the court. With a ceremony on Sunday before the kickoff of the Dresden Monarchs game the Eagles will give their fans the opportunity to say goodbye to the # 4.
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Europe’s Football Top 10

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Braunschweig New Yorker Lions (11-2) Germany

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Raffeisen Vienna Vikings (9-3) Austria

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Dresden Monarchs (8-4) Germany

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Swarco Raiders (8-3) Austria

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Stuttgart Scorpions (10-2) Germany

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Schwabisch Hall Unicorns (11-2) Germany

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Kiel Baltic Hurricanes (10-4) Germany

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Berlin Adler (7-5) Germany

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Carlstad Crusaders (11-1) Sweden

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Prague Black Panthers (13-6) Czech Rep.

Time for some 2 Step it up !!!

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The New Yorker Lions of Germany Europe’s #1 team, is a team that cant seem to be stoped rolling along to a 10-0 mark so far. The Berlin Adler ranked 9th in Europe was the last to fall to the Lions ,as they rolled over them 35-3.

The Monarchs of Dresden had a hard time with the Cologne Falcons but out musled them 39-25 in the end. The GFL playoff race is heating up. The top 3 spots in the north have been claimed, but the fourth spot is still up in the air with a race between the Berlin Adler and the Falcons of Cologne. The south is boiling with sepence as the Munich Cowboys are battling to stay alive but Saarland could take that spot in the event of a tie breaker, the Canes have the go ahead in the two games between the two.

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