Tag Archives: LA Kiss
By Tim Peterson (San Diego) – The KISS saw a 12 point fourth quarter lead evaporate and fell to Cleveland 56-52 Sunday in the first round of the playoffs before 4,269 at the Valley View Casino Center.
By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – The KISS led by 21 points midway through the fourth quarter and then had to hold to survive a 63-61 win over Cleveland Saturday night before 8,069 at Honda Center.
By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – The defense was in shut down mode throughout and the offense exploded in the second half as the KISS took care of Tampa Bay 48-21 Monday night before 6,249 at Honda Center.
By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – The KISS fell behind by three touchdowns at halftime and ultimately could never recover in a 64-49 loss to Arizona Sunday at Honda Center.
By Tony Solórzano (Trenton, N.J) – The second leg of the “Rock Vs. Jocks” Series between the Philadelphia Soul and the LA KISS looked more like Washington’s surprise attack on the Hessian troops in Trenton over 240 years ago as the Soul dominated the KISS, winning 73-37 Saturday afternoon in front of 5,802 fans at […]
By Tony Solorzano WEEK 11 MATCHUP: LA KISS (4-5) vs. Philadelphia Soul (8-2) GAME TIME Noon PDT (3:00 Local Time) LOCATION: Sun National Bank Center, Trenton , NJ BROADCAST: ESPN3 (WatchESPN App)
By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – The LA KISS lined up for a 51 yard field goal with four seconds remaining and the score tied at 41. The kick could have been a game winner for the KISS but instead the game was lost when the ball was snapped over the head of the holder and rolled all […]
By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – KISS defensive back Josh Victorian scored on a pick six on the first possession of the game and LA was in the driver’s seat the rest of the way in a 66-27 rout of Portland Monday night before 9,235 at Honda Center.
By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – The LA KISS fell behind 35-21 at halftime and could never recover in an eventual 56-33 loss to Philadelphia Monday night before 6,193 at Honda Center.
By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – The LA KISS was outscored 34-7 in the second half and went on to get buried by Arizona 69-28 Saturday night before 6,427 at the Honda Center.