WFA Championship Weekend

The WFA Championship weekend was held last weekend in Golden, Colorado. The Mile High Blaze hosted the championship. The weekend was amazing with all the fans, players and owners filling the stands to support and represent their teams and women’s football as a whole. The following teams took home a win this past weekend.

Division I Boston Renegades
Division II St. Louis Slam
Division III Nevada Storm
All American National Team

Be sure to check out the WFA website and continue to support your local women’s tackle football teams.

WFA All Americans

The 2019 WFA All Americans list has been released. There are several Miami Fury players that have been named All Americans for the 2019 season. Making the All American team is a reflection off all the hard work each player displayed on the field. The players will head to Denver, Co the weekend of July 12 to represent the National team.

1st Team:

Shekinah Lewis

2nd Team:

Jessica Childers, Essence Moore, Jenecil Villar

3rd Team:

Sasha Bernard, Ternisha Cofield, Alessandra Watson, Dionne Brent-Harris, Danitra Rogers,

Close of 2019 Season

The Miami Fury took a few more losses this season than expected. Although the team had a few losses the players played hard and competitive from beginning to the end. The game last weekend against the Orlando Anarchy ended up being the final game for the 2019 season due to Jacksonville Dixie Blues cancelling the game on June 8. Be sure to continue following the team and checking us out on our social media pages for events and updates.

Fury Gets Another Win

This past Saturday the Miami Fury hosted the Jacksonville Dixie Blues. The Miami Fury came away with a 50 – 0 win. There were several highlights throughout the game for the Miami Fury. Jessica Childers (#7) clutched 3 touchdowns on the ground. Keondra Greer (#11) had over 90 yards in rushing along with a touchdown via pass. Jenecil Villar (#21) contributed with a touchdown and a field goal. Brittani Johnson (#44) secured a touchdown as well. The Fury defense on a whole held the Dixie Blues to minimum yardage and progression on the field. Although the score was high the Jacksonville Dixie Blues never gave up and continued to fight.

As well as the Fury played this past weekend there is still work to be done to get ready for Saturday, April 27 match-up at home vs the Tampa Bay Inferno.