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(Anaheim) – Erik Meyer threw for six touchdowns, and accounted for eight overall to lead the Spokane Shock to a 64-46 win over the LA KISS Saturday night at Honda Center.
PHOENIX, Ariz. – Hoping to become the first team to defeat the Arizona Rattlers (14-0) in 335 days, the LA KISS (3-10) came up short in the desert Saturday night, 83-47.
(Anaheim) – The LA KISS jumped out to a 14-0 advantage, and never relinquished the lead in a 69-61 win over Portland Saturday night at Honda Center. The KISS snapped an eight game losing streak with the victory improving to 3-9 while the Thunder fell to 3-10.
(San Jose) – The LA KISS’ losing streak reached eight games as they fell behind early and were never able to get back in the game in a 63-35 loss to San Jose Saturday night.
(Anaheim) – The KISS allowed 28 straight points to start the second half as a once respectable game quickly turned into a rout and Arizona blitzed LA 70-25 Sunday at the Honda Center. The two teams are heading in opposite directions as the KISS (2-8) lost their seventh straight while the Rattlers won for the tenth consecutive time this year to remain perfect at 10-0.
LOS ANGELES (May 17, 2014) – A near-flawless performance from Pittsburgh quarterback Tommy Grady and two costly turnovers proved to be too much to overcome for the LA KISS on Saturday evening, as Los Angeles (2-7) fell to the Pittsburgh Power (6-3) by a score of 50-26.
LOS ANGELES, CA – May 12, 2014 – LA KISS today announced the acquisition of 21-year veteran quarterback Aaron Garcia. Garcia, who in 2012 was named No. 3 on the league’s list of Top 25 Greatest Players, owns every major AFL career passing record. During his career, Garcia has amassed 4,381 completions, 7,546 attempts, 60,450 […]
By Tony Solorzano Whittier – A 21-3 second half allowed California High to remain undefeated and atop the Del Rio League as they knocked off Pioneer 35-17 Thursday night at Cal High’s Whittier District Field.
Here is a list of the top returning running backs in the Southeast Division in 2012. We broke down their 2011 stats by carries, yards gained and touchdowns. We started with backs who gained 500 yards or more and worked our way down.
(Whittier) – Eight games into the season and up until tonight, Jim Arnold felt that his California Condors had failed to play a complete game. On Thursday night it all changed as California played a bruising-style of offense and defensively held El Rancho to just 83 yards rushing.