Tag Archives: San Jose Sabercats
By Tim Peterson (Lynwood) – The LA KISS held open tryouts Saturday at Lynwood High School. The KISS will begin their third season Saturday April 2. The team will feature several new players and a new coach in Omarr Smith. Smith, who has 15 years of Arena Football League coaching experience, was most recently the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator of […]
By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – DeMarco Sampson caught a touchdown pass and also returned a kick 53 yards for a score to lead the LA KISS to a 37 -27 win over Las Vegas Saturday night at Honda Center.
By Tim Peterson (San Jose) – The LA KISS shocked previously unbeaten San Jose 48-42 Saturday night in overtime on the Sabercats home field.
By Tim Peterson (Anaheim) – Adrian McPherson returned from an injury to throw five touchdown passes and 240 yards without an interception to lead the LA KISS to a 52-40 win over Portland Sunday before 7, 345 at Honda Center.
By Tim Peterson (San Jose) – Erik Meyer threw for 222 yards and five touchdown passes to lead San Jose to a 54-28 win over the LA KISS Saturday night in San Jose.
By Tim Peterson (Portland, OR) – The LA KISS led 23-21 at halftime but were unable to hold on and fell to Portland 42-37 Friday night in the Arena Football League opener.
(Anaheim) – The LA KISS actually had the lead 10-7 after one quarter after Brandon Thompkins caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from Kenny Guiton with just over three minutes left in the first. But after that it was all San Jose. The Sabercats ran off 27 consecutive points, led 41-16 at halftime and cruised to […]
(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.
(Whittier)- The LA KISS held open tryouts Sunday at Whittier College. Over 75 players showed up in all from California and other places. The Players participated in various drills including the 40 yard dash, shuttle drills, linemen competition and passing and receiving skills.
(Anaheim) – The LA KISS fell behind 28-0, committed five turnovers overall and never recovered as they were routed 70-21 by the Spokane Shock Sunday night before 10, 552 at the Honda Center. “I’m embarrassed as I sit here. I’m embarrassed for the team, the fans and the owners,” said KISS head coach Bob McMillen. “Our GM is on […]