The first score in the Orange Blossom Bowl came with 7:45 left in the first quarter. Tri State Sharks QB Chris Stanford finished a 7 play drive with a 16 yard pass completion. The Sharks scored again with a 10 play 60 yard drive culminating with a 20 yard TD pass by Stanford. With just 38 seconds left in the first half, Capital City Stealth QB Klinton Koonter hit WR Leroy Green with a 65 yard TD pass play. Half time score, Tri State Sharks 14, Capital City Stealth 6

Early in the third quarter LB Bryce Hadley of the Stealth intercepted a pass and returned it 45 yards to the Sharks 1 yard line. RB Brandon Dunn followed with the TD. The 2 point PAT failed and the Sharks lead 14 to 12. Five minutes into the forth quarter Sharks RB Justin Issacs went 54 yards for a TD. On the next possession the Stealth responded with a 23 yard TD pass from Koonter to Green once again. The 2 point PAT attempt failed.

Final ScoreTri State Sharks 20Capital City Stealth 18

MVP’s
                       Chris Stanford, QBTri State Sharks 
Justin Issacs, RBTri State Sharks 
Raymond Huff, LBTri State Sharks 
Klinton Koonter, QBCapital City Stealth 
David Culham, LBCapital City Stealth 
Leroy Green, WRCapital City Stealth 

USFA  AA National Championship
​The Bay Area Pirates got on the scoreboard first at 2:49 left in the first quarter. QB Brian Koesling hit WR Gene Welch with a 6 yard TD pass. With 7:32 left in the second quarter, Hudson County Bounty Hunters CB Derel Williams intercepted a pass and returned it 45 yards for their first score. With just 24 seconds left in the first half, Hudson County RB Bryan Smith scored to cap a 7 play drive. Half time score – Hudson County 13, Bay Area 6,

In the third quarter Hudson County scored twice and Bay Area once to lead 27 to 12. In the fourth quarter Bay Area QB Koesling threw 2 TD passes. One to Welch again and one to WR Frankie Solomon. That gave Bay Area the lead 28 to 27. With 1:47 left in the game Bay Area intercepted a pass and went 18 yards for a TD.

Final Score Bay Area Pirates 34Hudson County Bounty Hunters 27

MVP’s
                        Bryan Smith, RBHudson County Bounty Hunters 
Derel Williams, CBHudson County Bounty Hunters 
Frankie Solomon, WRBay Area Pirates 
Mike Koesling,TEBay Area Pirates 
Rashaun Fitts, WRBay Area Pirates 
Brian Koesling, QBBay Area Pirates 

NFE AA National Championship

​The first score in the USFA AAA National Championship Game came with 5:01 left in the first quarter. West Mass Warriors QB Shawn Brady completed a 32 yard pass to WR Kertis Hussey. Brady then completed a 75 yard pass play to WR Chris Macharie on their next possession.
At the start of the 4th quarter, NY Predator QB Kasey Nunez completed a 9 yard pass to WR Kareen Moon. The score now 14 to 7. Five minutes later the Warriors responded with a 48 yard TD pass from Brady to Hussey again. The PAT was NG.

Final Score West Mass Warriors 20NY Predators 7

MVP’s
                        Timmie Kelson, RBNY Predators
Kasey Nunez, QBNY Predators
Shawn Brady, QBWest Mass Warriors
Kertis Hussey, WRWest Mass Warriors 
Derrick Hatwood, LBWest Mass Warriors 

USFA AAA National Championship
The Brooklyn Seminoles first score came on the opening possession of the Orlando Phantoms. They intercepted a pass and followed with an 8 play drive for a TD with only 2:11 elapsed on the scoreboard. The Seminoles scored 2 more TD’s in the first half. Half time score – Brooklyn Seminoles 18, Orlando Phantoms 0

The Seminoles were able to control the 2nd half with 3 more TD’s.

Final ScoreBrooklyn Seminoles 38Orlando Phantoms 0

MVP’s
                        Josh Rose, QBOrlando Phantoms
Aaron Brown, WROrlando Phantoms
Ty Brown, RBBrooklyn Seminoles
Jerrod Wilson, QBBrooklyn Seminoles
Alvin Wilson, WRBrooklyn Seminoles
Windale Bates, DLBrooklyn Seminoles
North South  Championship
The Florida Bowl began with the Orlando Rage and the Catawba (NC) Hornets each scoring on long pass plays. With only 10 second left in the first half, the Orlando Rage scored to lead at half time by a score of 14 to 6.

In the second half Catawba scored twice to take the lead at 18 to 14. Orlando then capitalized by scoring after 2 Catawba turnovers to take the lead at 28 to 18. Catawba responded by taking a fumble recovery 78 yards for a TD with 3:07 left in the game.

Final ScoreOrlando Rage 28Catawba Hornets 24

MVP’s
                        Brandon Streator, QBCatawba Hornets
Demario Garvin, WR Catawba Hornets
Preston McGann, WROrlando Rage
Rahmel King, DBOrlando Rage
Kyle Israel, QBOrlando Rage
Chip Babley, COrlando Rage
Spring vs Fall Championship
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