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The Miami Fury clinched home field advantage after the win at home against the Tampa Bay Inferno. The 1st round of playoffs were suppose to be played this Saturday, June 15 but due to unforeseen circumstances the Savannah Sabers are not able to field a team. The Miami Fury take the win for the 1st round of playoffs.
The Miami Fury will find out this weekend where it will be at for the 2nd round of playoffs. If the Atlanta Phoenix win this Saturday then the Miami Fury will be traveling to Atlanta on June 22. If the Tampa Bay Inferno beat Atlanta Phoenix then the Miami Fury will be home for the 2nd round. Keep following us on our road to the Championship.
North Miami, FL- The Fury opened the game against the Tampa Bay Inferno on June 8 seeking to make history in the Women’s Football Alliance as they sought to become the first team to go 0-8 in one year and 8-0 the next. The Fury would take the opening kickoff and establish its dominance in the game as they capped off the drive with a 29 yard touchdown pass from Keondra Greer to Stacy Dwyer. Ronkia Toombs would convert on the two point conversion making it an 8-0 game. The Fury’s defense, which is currently ranked as the #4 defense in the league would stifle the Inferno. The Fury and Inferno would exchange possessions and then the Fury would score on a 50 yard touchdown run by Ronkia Toombs. The Fury would lead 14-0. The Inferno would take the second half kickoff, however on their first play of the series they would be intercepted. The Fury would capitalize on the turnover with a 38 yard run for a touchdown by Keondra Greer, then Flipper would score for the 2 point conversion making the score 22-0. The Inferno looked like they would put up some points as they attempted a field goal. However their attempt sailed wide left. Then Stacy Dwyer would return an interception for 46 yards for a touchdown capping the scoring for the Fury, giving them a 28-0 victory. The Fury made league history as it extinguished the Inferno’s Fire and became the first team to go 0-8 one year and 8-0 the next.
The Fury now advance to the playoffs and will attempt to take a bite out of the Savannah Sabers on June 15, 2013 at North Miami Athletic Stadium (same entrance as FIU – Biscayne Bay Campus) at 7 p.m.
By Jonathan JDOGG Lederman- The Voice of the Miami Fury