2014 NBW Game Stories
AAA East Coast Championship

The first scores of the Tangerine Bowl were in the second quarter. The Worcester Mass Fury had two TD passes. QB Corey Spencer connected twice with WR Keenan Collins. On the last play of the first half, the Fury kicked a 35 yard field goal to make the score 16-0.

The Fury had 3 more TD passes in the second half. Spencer completed two of them to WR Luke McCaffrey and one to RB Kamani Jones. Erich Perfetti converted all three PAT.

Final ScoreWorcester Mass Fury - 37Arbutus Big Red - 0

Game MVP’s

Corey SpencerQBWorcester Mass Fury
Keenan CollinsWRWorcester Mass Fury
Luke McCaffreyWRWorcester Mass Fury
Mark GrocciaCWorcester Mass Fury

Andrew NollDLArbutus Big Red
Tony BoydDBArbutus Big Red

NFE AAA National Championship

The Columbus Fire scored on the third play of the game with an 81 yard pass play. They scored again half way thru the second quarter going 51 yards in 7 plays.

The CT Panthers scored with 4:30 left in the half. The Fire responded on the next possession with a 8 play drive to score again. With 0:04 left the Panthers scored using 5 plays. Half Time Score: Columbus Fire – 20 CT Panthers - 14

The final score came on the first play of the fourth quarter. The Panthers went 55 yards in 7 plays. The PAT was good and they took the lead for the first time.

Final Score: Ct. Panthers - 21Columbus Fire - 20

Game MVP’s

David ReeseDECT Panthers
Jamie BryantWRCT Panthers
Akwon ShabazzWRCT Panthers

Antwaun GibbsQBColumbus Fire
Maurice DouseRBColumbus Fire

USFA AAA National Championship

The Brooklyn Seminoles scored first by sacking the Catawba Hornets in the end zone for a safety. The Seminoles got the first TD by returning a punt to the 7 yard line and scoring on the next play. The Hornets scored on a 14 yd pass play after recovering a fumble by the Seminoles on a punt return. Half Time Score: Brooklyn Seminoles – 9 Catawba Hornets - 7

The Hornets took the lead with a 35 yard interception returned for a TD. The Seminoles controlled the balance of the second half. They scored on a 50 yard pass play and also a 20 yard pass play. They added another TD with a 7 play drive in the 4th quarter.

Final Score: Brooklyn Seminoles – 30Catawba Hornets - 13

Game MVPs

Lenny GonalezWRBrooklyn Seminoles
Gerald WilsonQBBrooklyn Seminoles
Evan FinelyDLBrooklyn Seminoles

Chris SpikesDBCatawba Hornets
Contrall WilliamsonWRCatawba Hornets

Spring vs Fall Championship

The first half featured the Orlando Phantoms controlling the ball with a number of multiple play drives. However, the Richmond Co. Golden Bears defense would not let them score. On the final play of the first half Orlando kicked a 27 yard field goal.

The Phantoms scored on a 55 yard punt return. The Hornets scored on a 65 year pass play. The final score came with 2:08 left in the game as Orlando swept the left end for a 10 yard TD.

Final Score: Orlando Phantoms - 17 Richmond Co. Golden Bears - 8

Game MVPs

Chris PerryDB/RBOrlando Phantoms
Josh RoseQBOrlando Phantoms
Antonio RichardsWROrlando Phantoms

Mike StrongDLRichmond Co. Golden Bears
Ross TillmanWR/DBRichmond Co. Golden Bears

USFA AA National Championship

The Capital City Stealth scored first with a 10 play drive with 9:00 left in the first quarter. The Pioneer Valley Knights recovered a fumble and put together an 8 play drive for a TD. With 0:32 left in the first half, the Stealth scored making the half time score, Capital City Stealth -13 Pioneer Valley Knights - 6.

The only score in the 3rd quarter was Capital City sacking the QB in the end zone for a safety. Pioneer Valley took advantage of a bad punt snap by Capital City. They scored 4 plays later brining the score to 15 to 12. The final score came with 9:12 left in the game on a 5 yard run by Capital City.

Final Score: Capital City Stealth – 22Pioneer Valley Knights - 13

Game MVPs

Demetrius AddisonRBCapital City Stealth
Leroy GreenRBCapital City Stealth
Darin TylerCCapital City Stealth

Marquis BraceLBPioneer Valley Knights
Derrick WhitleyDBPioneer Valley Knights