The Miami Fury was looking to bounce back after a 12-8 loss to the Atlanta Phoenix. The Fury came out and quickly marched down the field capping off a 65 yard scoring drive with Stacy “Dreeds” Dwyer completing the drive with a 14 yard run giving the Fury a 6-0 Lead. Then out on to the field came a new addition to the Fury Sally “Ms. Automatic” Maple who converted the extra point putting Miami in the lead by 7-0. The Fury would drive deep into Sabers territory on their next drive only to turn the ball over on downs at the Sabers 5 yard line. The Fury defense led by Jeri Boykin, Danitra Rogers, Gilda Bethel, and Natrash Ballard would hold the Sabers and give the Fury the ball back on The Sabers 10 yard line. Sabrina Baptiste would score on a 1 yard run putting the Fury up 13-0. Sheadrick Wright would convert on the two point conversion putting the Fury up 15-0. The Fury would score late in the second quarter on an 89 yard run by Sabrina Baptiste and Sally Maple would make the extra point giving the Fury a 22-0 lead. After stopping the Sabers, the Fury would take over and score on a Jessica “Golden Arm” Childers run, Sally Maple would remain perfect on the night and Miami was up 29-0. The half would end with the Fury up 29-0.
The Sabers would get the ball to start the 3rd quarter after a return by Washington to the 50 yard line. Washington would then break away for a 50 yard run m on the next play and score. The Fury now led The Sabers 29- 6. The Fury would quickly answer with a Jessica Childers 10 yard pass to Stacy Dwyer making the score 35 – 0, Keisha “I-95” McDonald would convert for 2 points making the score 37-6. Washington of The Sabers would take the kickoff back 91 yards for a Sabers Touchdown making the score 37-12. The Fury would sustain a drive which was capped of with an Etta Paul 10 yard run followed by a Sally Maple Extra Point making the score 44-0. Shaedricka Wright would cap the scoring for the Fury with a 37 yard run making the score Fury 50-12. That would be the final score and bring the Fury’s record to 3-1 for the season with four games remaining in the regular season.
The Fury has a bye this week and then will be on the road for the next three weeks. The Fury will return home for its final regular season game vs. Tampa Bay Inferno on June 7 at 7 pm at North Miami Stadium. The game on June 7 will be Cancer Awareness Night where the Fury will honor those affected by cancer.
Jonathan JDOGG Lederman