2000 The Year in Arena Football
Tampa Bay Storm (8-6)
Head Coach: Tim Marcum
Passing Leader: Peter Willis (3233)
Rushing Leader: Les Barley (142)
Receiving Leader: Charles Wilson (58-758)
Average Attendance: 11,911 (6th)
Iowa Barnstormers (9-5)
Head Coach: John Gregory
Passing Leader: Aaron Garcia (4026)
Rushing Leader: Leonard Conley (23)
Receiving Leader: Mike Horacek (119-1880)
Average Attendance: 10,230 (9th)
Albany Firebirds (9-5)
Head Coach: Mike Dailey
Passing Leader: Mike Pawlawski (3864)
Rushing Leader: Tim Brown (145)
Receiving Leader: Eddie Brown (138-1858)
Average Attendance: 10,049 (11th)
Orlando Predators (11-3)
Head Coach: Jay Gruden
Passing Leader: Browning Nagle (1991)
Rushing Leader: Rick Hamilton (147)
Receiving Leader: Barry Wagner (82-1231)
Average Attendance: 12,148 (5th)
Oklahoma Wranglers (7-7)
Head Coach: Stan Brock
Passing Leader: Ron Lopez (2574)
Rushing Leader: Britt Bowen (66)
Receiving Leader: Khevin Pratt (79-969)
Average Attendance: 10,067 (10th)
New Jersey Red Dogs (4-10)
Head Coach: Frank Mattice
Passing Leader: Rickey Foggie (3487)
Rushing Leader: Jermaine Younger (50)
Receiving Leader: Alvin Ashley (109-1352)
Average Attendance: 4,413 (15th)
Arizona Rattlers (12-2)
Head Coach: Danny White
Passing Leader: Donnie Davis (2161)
Rushing Leader: Bob McMillen (180)
Receiving Leader: Hunkie Cooper (70-652)
Average Attendance: 14,022 (1st)
Florida Bobcats (3-11)
Head Coach: Bruce Hardy
Passing Leader: Fred McNair (3269)
Rushing Leader: Mike McClenton (114)
Receiving Leader: Curtis Ceaser (118-1586)
Average Attendance: 2,785 (17th)
San Jose Sabercats (12-2)
Head Coach: Darren Arbet
Passing Leader: Scott Wood (3069)
Rushing Leader: Mike Jones (140)
Receiving Leader: Steve Papin (91-1031)
Average Attendance: 13,648 (2nd)
Milwaukee Mustangs (7-7)
Head Coach: Rick Frazier
Passing Leader: Kevin McDougal (3887)
Rushing Leader: Lincoln Coleman (147)
Receiving Leader: Sean Riley (96-1339)
Average Attendance: 13,079 (4th)
New England Sea Wolves (8-6)
Head Coach: Mike Hohensee
Passing Leader: Mike Perez (2398)
Rushing Leader: James Bowden (66)
Receiving Leader: Charlie Davidson (57-829)
Average Attendance: 6,128 (14th)
Houston ThunderBears (3-11)
Head Coach: Steve Thonn
Passing Leader: Robert Hall (4053)
Rushing Leader: Terrence Melton (179)
Receiving Leader: Ben Bronson (112-1494)
Average Attendance: 3,396 (16th)
Nashville Kats (9-5)
Head Coach: Pat Sperduto
Passing Leader: Andy Kelly (3609)
Rushing Leader: Jason Bratton (125)
Receiving Leader: Cory Fleming (111-1227)
Average Attendance: 11,895 (7th)
Grand Rapids Rampage (6-8)
Head Coach: Mike Trigg
Passing Leader: Craig Kusick (2681)
Rushing Leader: Chris Ryan (36-119)
Receiving Leader: Thomas Bailey (105-1202)
Average Attendance: 8,424 (12th)
Peoria Pirates (14-0)
Head Coach: Bruce Cowdrey
Passing Leader: Gary Porter (1532)
Rushing Leader: Coe Bonner (317)
Receiving Leader: Kahn Powell (52-572)
Green Bay Bombers (10-4)
Head Coach: Bud Keyes
Passing Leader: Brian Tomalak (1424)
Rushing Leader: Marquette Smith (1164)
Receiving Leader: Nick Johnson (28-262)
Madison Mad Dogs (8-6)
Head Coach: Mario Russo
Passing Leader: Jay McDonaugh (2335)
Rushing Leader: Jervon Walton (436)
Receiving Leader: Willie Austin (56-670)
Duluth Lumberjacks (2-12)
Head Coach: Ed Holder (2-7)/Dan McCarty (0-5)
Passing Leader: Sean Hoolihan (1605)
Rushing Leader: Sean Hoolihan (542)
Receiving Leader: Kurt Barth (65-765)
Lincoln Lightning (10-4)
Head Coach: Jose Jefferson
Passing Leader: Josh Luedtke (2092)
Rushing Leader: Cleste Johnson (524)
Receiving Leader: Frenchie Buckner (52-537)
Dayton Skyhawks (6-8)
Head Coach: Chris MacKeown
Passing Leader: Danny Smith (768)
Rushing Leader: Baron Dockery (708)
Receiving Leader: Travis Anderson (24-255)
Steel Valley Smash (9-5)
Head Coach: Major Harris
Passing Leader: Raymond Marrow (534)
Rushing Leader: Dwayne Schulters (350)
Receiving Leader: DeJoeve Platt (32-308)
Buffalo Destroyers (5-9)
Head Coach: Dave Whinham
Passing Leader: Tony Kimbrough (1799)
Rushing Leader: Tony Burse (146)
Receiving Leader: Darrick Branch (74-902)
Average Attendance: 7,048 (13th)
Omaha Beef (9-7)
Head Coach: Sandy Buda
Passing Leader: Troy Davis (1447)
Rushing Leader: Clinton Childs (407)
Receiving Leader: Demo Odems (86-1097)
Mobile Seagulls (9-7)
Head Coach: Kenny Burrough
Passing Leader: Kelvin Simmons (1969)
Rushing Leader: Antoine Flowers (473)
Receiving Leader: Antoine Flowers (61-553)
Mississippi Fire Dogs (9-7)
Head Coach: John Fourcade
Passing Leader: John Fourcade (3216)
Rushing Leader: Buster Browne (183)
Receiving Leader: Ken Causey (118-1366)
Idaho Stallions (5-11)
Head Coach: John Wardhaugh
Passing Leader: Albert Higgs (2397)
Rushing Leader: Albert Higgs (232)
Receiving Leader: Ricky Ross (38-579)
Louisiana Rangers (8-8)
Head Coach: Bob Mahfouz
Passing Leader: Brian Sparacino (1104)
Rushing Leader: Byron Allen (757)
Receiving Leader: Wesley Jacob (44-603)
Shreveport-Bossier Bombers (5-11)
Head Coach: Edward Jenkins
Passing Leader: Chris Millwee (901)
Rushing Leader: Ketric Carter (587)
Receiving Leader: Terry Savannah (67-680)
FRIDAY MAY 26
Arkansas 60, RICHMOND 21 (4167)
AUGUSTA 61, Norfolk 47 (5445)
CAROLINA 70, Tallahassee 58 (8642) - Days after his father died, Rhinos WR/DB James Scott scored twice, once on a recovered fumble. QB Chris Wallace passed for 226 yards and six TDs, and ran for one.
Quad City 103, GREENSBORO 3 (4011) - Quad City QB Billy Dicken threw for 260 yards and six TDs, five to Shon King, as the Steamwheelers became the first team to pass the 100-point mark.
JACKSONVILLE 53, Birmingham 38 (8260)
SATURDAY MAY 27
ROANOKE 71, Charleston 61 (3012) - Roanoke QB Will Burch set a league record with 10 TD passes, in addition to his 339 yards passing, as the Steam won their first game.
Pensacola 73, TULSA 59 (6234) - Pensacola QB Bobby Clayton threw for 331 yards and six TDs as the Barracudas scored 10 TDs on their first 11 possessions to end a two-game losing streak.
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Augusta           6  2 0  .750 411 270 Quad City         7  0 0 1.000 491 216
Carolina          6  2 0  .750 395 312 Pensacola         6  2 0  .750 367 348
Jacksonville      5  2 0  .714 313 287 Tennessee Valley  6  2 0  .750 410 266
Norfolk           4  3 0  .571 254 299 Tulsa             4  4 0  .500 404 423
Charleston        3  5 0  .375 324 398 Arkansas          3  4 0  .429 375 299
Roanoke           1  6 0  .143 280 355 Birmingham        3  5 0  .375 247 341
Greensboro        1  7 0  .125 119 406 Tallahassee       2  6 0  .250 362 432
Richmond          0  7 0  .000 204 316
Bye - Tennessee Valley
FRIDAY MAY 12
Black Hills 63, WICHITA 61 (2452) - Terrance Bryant threw a 3-yard TD pass to Omar Zuniga with eight seconds remaining for the win. Bryant and Wichita QB Zack Siegrist each threw six TD passes.
ERIE 48, Dayton 46 (3313) - Dayton QB Danny Smith threw for three TDs and ran for another, but the Skyhawks failed to convert on a two-point conversion twice with 1:30 remaining.
MADISON 49, Steel Valley 24 (3401) - Brent Moss ran for 70 yards and two TDs and Willie Austin caught five passes for 73 yards and two TDs to lead the Mad Dogs to the upset.
MINNESOTA 49, Johnstown 33 (2337) - QB Colby Vogt’s four TD passes and 2-yard TD run on the final play of the first half led the Purple Rage, whose defense turned in a dominating first half as they led 28-7
SATURDAY MAY 13
Bismarck 52, BILLINGS 42 (6561) - Bismarck RB Quentin Cradle ran for 182 yards and five TDs as the Blaze outscored Billings 31-13 in the second half to overcome a 29-21 halftime deficit.
GREEN BAY 73, Duluth 50 (3513) - Marquette Smith ran for eight TDs, while K Bryan Mader made all eight of his XP attempts and added a 29-yard FG to end the first half for the Bombers.
PEORIA 71, La Crosse 13 (9423) - Pirates QB Gary Porter threw for 143 yards and five TDs, four to Sedrick Robinson, as Peoria stormed out to a 51-7 halftime lead and remained perfect.
SIOUX CITY 30, Fargo 12 (2068) - The Attack defense sacked Fargo QB Kip Kieso four times to keep perfect at home. Jon Elder caught six of Attack QB Jarrod DeGeorgia's eight completions.
SIOUX FALLS 44, Casper 23 (3616) - Sioux Falls intercepted QB Richard Fuentes four times and outscored the Calvary 24-6 in the second half to win their fifth in six games.
TOPEKA 51, Lincoln 47 (3425) - Lincoln QB Josh Luedtke ran for two TDs and passed for four more, but was intercepted three times, while Topeka QB Derrick Brown threw for four TDs and 157 yards,
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria            7  0 0 1.000 348 155 Bismarck          4  2 0  .667 271 248
GREEN BAY         5  2 0  .714 365 251 Billings          4  2 0  .667 329 263
Minnesota         3  3 0  .500 198 191 Black Hills       3  3 0  .500 285 272
Duluth            2  4 0  .333 240 294 Casper            3  4 0  .429 284 271
Madison           2  4 0  .333 217 258 Fargo             0  6 0  .000 182 302
La Crosse         0  7 0  .000 160 362 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Sioux Falls       5  1 0  .833 271 227
Dayton            4  2 0  .667 265 205 Topeka            5  1 0  .833 232 203
Steel Valley      4  2 0  .667 195 216 Lincoln           5  2 0  .714 305 257
Erie              4  3 0  .571 302 303 Sioux City        4  3 0  .571 264 218
Flint             1  5 0  .167 196 309 Wichita           1  6 0  .143 202 336
Johnstown         1  5 0  .167 195 247
Bye - Flint
SATURDAY JUNE 3
Mississippi 51, IDAHO 28 (4194) - QB/Head Coach John Fourcade doesn't have much hair, mobility or patience, but he sure stuck it to the Stallions, as his Fire Dogs scored 34 unanswered points
Portland 61, LOUISIANA 55 (2729) - The Prowlers were led by QB Erik Wilhelm, who completed 25 of 32 passes for 233 yards and 6 TDs. Wilhelm added two rushing TDs and completing 4 passes for two-point conversions
SHREVEPORT 34, Mobile 31 (1150) - Shreveport-Bossier snapped a six-game losing streak as DL
2000 AFL PLAYOFFS - FIRST ROUND
Thur July 27 - ARIZONA (12-2) 41, Buffalo (5-9) 34 (9471) - Sherdrick Bonner passed for 264 yards and five TDs as the Rattlers advanced. Buffalo WR  Bobby Olive amassed 183 yards and scored two of Buffalo's four TDs.
Fri July 28 - Oklahoma (7-7) 52, NEW ENGLAND (8-6) 38 (4411) - Ron Lopez completed 19-of-32 passes for 215 yards and six TDs, as the Wranglers, scored the first 17 points of the second half to open a 38-10 lead.
Sat July 29 - TAMPA BAY (8-6) 72, Milwaukee (7-7) 64 (11737) - With four TD catches and two scoring runs, James Bowden had a Storm postseason record six TDs. Bowden finished with a team record 38 points.
Saturday July 29 - NASHVILLE (9-5) 57, Grand Rapids (6-8) 14 (14781) - Andy Kelly threw seven TD passes, including four to  Tyronne Jones, helping the sixth-seeded Kats advance, asNashville scored the first 30 points.
QUARTER-FINALS
Thur Aug 3 - ORLANDO (11-3) 34, Tampa Bay (9-6) 24 (13122) - Connell Maynor threw for three TDs and ran for another, helping the Predators to their second win against the Storm in the last two postseasons.
Fri Aug 4 - SAN JOSE (12-2) 63, Oklahoma (8-7) 40 (13306) - Shalon Baker had a 51-yard interception return for a TD to spark a 21-7 fourth quarter run and give San Jose their first-ever playoff win.
Sat Aug 5 - Arizona (13-2) 53, ALBANY (9-5) 50 (8364) - Hunkie Cooper caught a 31-yard TD pass with 2:08 left as the Rattlers ousted the defending champs in a game featured eight lead changes.
Sun Aug 6 - Nashville (10-5) 63, IOWA (9-5) 56 (8860) - Receiver Cory Flemming tossed a 22-yard TD pass to Anthony Ricks with 6:02 to play as the sixth-seeded Kats upset the third-seeded Barnstormers.
SEMI-FINALS
Sat Aug 12 - Nashville (11-5) 51, SAN JOSE (13-2) 42 (13663) - Andy Kelly threw four second-half TD passes, including three to Tyronne Jones, as the Kats rallied for a stunning victory over the top-seeded San Jose SaberCats.
Sun Aug 13 - ORLANDO (12-3) 56, Arizona (14-2) 44 (13151) - Connell Maynor passed for five TDs and ran for two more as the Predators roared became the second team to reach three consecutive ArenaBowls.
ARENA BOWL XIV (August 20, 2000 at Orlando - 15989)
ORLANDO PREDATORS (13-3) 41,  NASHVILLE KATS (12-5) 38 - After squandering a big lead, the Predators maintained their cool and won their second AFL title in three years. David Cool's 19-yard FG as time expired lifted the Predators to a 41-38 victory over the Nashville Kats. Nashville had tied the game at 38-38 on a 45-yard TD pass from backup QB James Brown to Darryl Hammond and a two-point conversion catch by Cory Fleming with 5:37 remaining in the fourth quarter.  But the Kats never saw the ball again. After the ensuing kickoff, the Predators drove 35 yards in 11 plays with Rick Hamilton's run to the 3 setting up a fourth-down situation as time was winding down.  The Predators called timeout with 1.7 seconds left to set up Cool, who earlier missed a 22-yard attempt with seven minutes left. Orlando appeared to be in complete control with a 29-7 lead in the second quarter, but three touchdown passes by Andy Kelly and a safety erased the deficit and gave the Kats a 30-29 advantage. Orlando QB and MVP Connell Maynor completed 17-of-28 for 202 yards and four touchdowns, including three in the first 19 minutes of the game, while Nashville lineman James Baron was named the ArenaBowl Ironman of the game for his play on both sides of the ball.
SATURDAY JULY 15
AUGUSTA 48, Carolina 36 (5403)
Richmond 51, ROANOKE 33 (3537) - Speed QB Bob Bees threw for 343 yards and six TDs to lead Richmond to its fifth straight win and keep their playoff hopes alive.
TENN VALL 61, Birmingham 50 (7042)
QUAD CITY 73, Tallahassee 37 (8648) - Billy Dicken threw for six TDs, three to Shon King, while Thunder QB Shane Stafford had five TD passes, three to Carl Bond, as the Steamwheeler set an arena football record for points in a season.
Tulsa 65, CHARLESTON 37 (8087)
GREENSBORO 44, Norfolk 20 (5202) - Nighthawks QB Damone Scott was intercepted three times as Norfolk was held scoreless in the first half and Greensboro ended an 11-game losing streak.
ARKANSAS 61, Jacksonville 41 (14113)
AMERICAN                            NATIONAL
Z-Augusta     11  3 0  .786 782 521 Z-Quad City      14  0 0 1.000 925 416
Carolina       8  6 0  .571 675 600 X-Tennessee Vall 10  5 0  .667 712 548
Jacksonville   8  6 0  .571 573 602 Tulsa             8  7 0  .533 778 747
Norfolk        8  6 0  .571 589 609 Arkansas          7  7 0  .500 773 637
Richmond       6  8 0  .429 503 582 Birmingham        7  7 0  .500 608 676
Charleston     3 11 0  .214 498 712 Pensacola         7  7 0  .500 634 707
Roanoke        3 11 0  .214 658 772 Tallahassee       4 10 0  .286 669 762
Greensboro     2 12 0  .214 323 730
Z-Clinched Division Title           X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Pensacola 
2000 IFL PLAYOFFS - CONFERENCE FIRST ROUND
Friday July 14 - MADISON (8-6) 34, Erie (6-8) 22 - Erie RB Rafael Cooper ran for 136 yards and three TDs but the Erie passing  game produced just 25 yards. Madison QB Jay McDonaugh threw three TD passes, two to Michael Leeks, as Madison took a 19-0 lead and coasted to the next round of the playoffs.
Saturday July 15 - BLACK HILLS (10-4) 68, Casper (9-5) 34 - Ali Rolle had two interceptions as the Machine won after losing both regular season games to the Calvary. Black Hills QB Terrance Bryant passed for 123 yards and four TDs, and ran for one, while Casper RB Patrick Norris ran for 105 yards and two TDs.
Saturday July 15 - Sioux City (9-5) 53, LINCOLN (10-4) 38 - The Attack, who were eight-point underdogs, won with a dominating second half performance, sparked by three pass interceptions of Lincoln QB Josh Luedtke. 
Sunday July 16 - GREEN BAY (10-4) 64, Dayton 6-8) 23 - The Bombers scored on all but one possession, as QB Brian Tomalak threw for 183 yards and four TDs while WR Mandrell Dean had four receptions for 66 yards and scored four times. Bomber RB Marquette Smith ran for 76 yards and two TDs.
CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
Friday July 21 - PEORIA (14-0) 25, Madison (9-6) 13 - Peoria trailed 13-11 in the third quarter but rallied to win behind a rushing TD by Coe Bonner in the fourth quarter and Gary Porter 9-yard TD pass to Kahn Powell with 4:07 remaining to cap the scoring.
Saturday July 22 - BISMARCK (11-3) 30, Sioux City (10-5) 14 - Bismarck jumped out to a 23-0 lead before Lamont Truitt scored for the Attack late in the third quarter. Quentin Cradle led the Blaze offense with 144 yards on the ground and two TDs.
Saturday July 22 - STEEL VALLEY (9-5) 21, Green Bay (11-4) 10 - Green Bay outgained the Smash, 191 yards to 133, but was stopped inside the Steel Valley 10-year line on five occasions, threw three interceptions and scored a season-low 10 points. Smash QB Johnny Johnson threw two TD passes.
Saturday July 22 - TOPEKA (10-4) 56, Black Hills (11-4) 45 - Topeka led 26-7 at one point, saw Black Hills come back to take a 29-26 lead midway through the third quarter, and then scored 16 straight points to put the game away. The Kings were led by QB Derek Brown, who threw for 183 yards and three TDs, all to different receivers, and RB Michael Cosey, who ran for 41 yards and three TDs on just six carries.
CONFERERENCE FINALS
Friday July 28 - PEORIA (15-0) 55, Steel Valley (10-5) 10 - Last year, when Johnny Johnson played for the Peoria Pirates, he set an IFL passing record, throwing for 2,008 yards. But, as a QB for the Steel Valley Smash against his old teammates, Pirates defenders restricted him to completing just 6 of 26, totaling 62 yards. Peoria QB Gary Porter Porter was 9 for 21 on the night passing, racking up 121 yards, and two TDs.
Saturday July 29 - BISMARCK (12-3) 51, Topeka (11-4) 27 - The Blaze rallied from a 20-12 halftime deficit to win their eighth straight game thanks to RB Quentin Collins' 99 yards rushing and 3 TDs (all in the third quarter) and K Tyson Niewoehner going 5-for-5 on FGs. Bismarck outscored the Kings 39-7 in the 2nd half.
IFL CHAMPIONSHIP (Friday August 4, 2000 at Peoria)
PEORIA PIRATES (16-0) 69, BISMARCK BLAZE (13-3) 42 - The Peoria Pirates looked to accomplish two goals Friday night. The second goal was to put last season’s Indoor Football League Gold Cup loss to Green Bay behind them. The only way to accomplish goal number two was to accomplish every team’s main goal: Win a championship. Coach Bruce Cowdrey’s troops set out to win and succeeded in becoming IFL champs, beating the Bismarck (N. D.) Blaze, 63-42, walking away with the IFL’s ultimate prize, the Gold Cup for the first time in team history. Peoria (17-0) struck quickly on a 5 play 24 yard strike, ending in a three-yard touchdown run by running back Coe Bonner. The point after was missed by former Central Catholic High and Illinois State kicker Todd Kurz, but Peoria led 6-0. After Bismarck’s first turn with the ball ended in a Pirates interception, Peoria quarterback Gary Porter targeted a 16 yard TD pass to wide receiver Sedrick Robinson. It topped a two play 19 yard drive. A two-point conversion pass from Porter to wide receiver Kahn Powell put Peoria up 14-0. Peoria took advantage of a Bismarck fumble using a 16-yard pass from Porter to Robinson to push Peoria further, with Kurz’s extra point putting the Pirates ahead, 21-0, with 7:11 left in the first quarter. Bismarck’s first score came late in the first quarter, a 3-yard score by running back Quentin Cradle, capping a six play 32 yard drive. A two-point conversion failed, giving Peoria a 21-6 lead. A Carver Arena crowd of 8,673 and a local television audience watched as Bismarck scored a second time with a handoff from quarterback Chris Schwab to Cradle from 13 yards out. The two-point conversion worked, cutting the Pirates’ lead to 21-14. The Pirates would score twice and the Blaze just once more to give Peoria an uneasy 35-20 halftime lead. The closest Bismarck would come would be trailing Peoria 35-28 with 9:22 in the third quarter as a 12-yard pass from Schwab to wide receiver Kyhaunn Woods would close the gap, topped by a successful two-point conversion. But Peoria’s offense would pour on the points and defense allowed 22 more Blaze points. But the goal - and the IFL Gold Cup - had been reached.
2000 IPFL PLAYOFFS - SEMI-FINAL
Sat Aug 19 - Mississippi (9-7) 43, OMAHA (9-7) 40 (4691) - Mississippi earned a berth in the IPFL Championship as QB John Fourcade rushed for a score and passed for five TDs. Trailing 24-14, the Fire Dogs took command early in the second half as Fourcade sparked a 27-3 scoring run. Omaha was paced by QB Troy Travis and WR Quincy Kenoly. Travis rushed for a score and was 17-30-1 passing for 185 yards and three TDs, while Kenoly had six receptions for a game-high 103 yards and one score
CHAMPIONSHIP (Saturday August 26, 2000 at Portland - 4,498)
MISSISSIPPI FIRE DOGS (10-7) 53, PORTLAND PROWLERS (11-5) 48 -QB John Fourcade's record-setting performance helped Mississippi capture the IPFL title. Fourcade established new post-season marks for completions, passing yards and passing touchdowns, as he was a red hot 30-37-1 passing for 244 yards and five TDs. The marquee battle between the IPFL's two most prolific passers, Fourcade and Portland's Erik Wilhelm, was all that it was billed to be. Both former NFL signal callers had their offenses in gear early, as both teams combined for 70 first half points. Fourcade, through the first two quarters, completed 20 of 22 passes for 157 yards and four TDs. Mississippi found the end zone on all of its first half possessions, with Fourcade having a hand in five of the Fire Dogs' first six scores. 
Los Angeles Avengers (3-11)
Head Coach: Stan Brock
Passing Leader: Ron Lopez (2574)
Rushing Leader: Britt Bowen (66)
Receiving Leader: Khevin Pratt (79-969)
Average Attendance: 11,032 (8th)
Carolina Cobras (3-11)
Head Coach: Tim Marcum
Passing Leader: Peter Willis (3233)
Rushing Leader: Les Barley (142)
Receiving Leader: Charles Wilson (58-758)
Average Attendance: 13,232 (3rd)
MOVING: Portland moved to Oklahoma Wranglers ADDED: Los Angeles Avengers and Carolina Cobras

THURSDAY APRIL 13
Albany 76, NASHVILLE 65 (11716) - Mike Pawlawski threw an AFL record-tying 10 TD passes as the Firebirds began defense of their title. Pawlawski did not miss a beat all night, completing 29-of-33 passes for 379 yards
FRIDAY APRIL 14
Florida 61, CAROLINA 53 (14123) - Fred McNair completed 22-of-29 passes for 362 yards and eight TDs, including four in the final quarter, as the Florida Bobcats spoiled the Carolina Cobras' debut.
SATURDAY APRIL 15
GRAND RAPIDS 51, Los Angeles 31 (8192) - Craig Kusick completed 20-of-35 passes for 268 yards and five TDs as the Rampage scored 27 straight points and ruined the debut of the Los Angeles Avengers.
ORLANDO 38, New Jersey 21 (10323) - The Predators, who appeared in the last two ArenaBowls, scored 21 straight points to gain a 31-14 lead early in the second half.  Orlando gained just 164 yards of offense on 36 plays.
New England 41, TAMPA BAY 26 (11224) - Chad Salisbury completed 21-of-36 passes for 224 yards and four TDs for the Sea Wolves. Salisbury tossed three scoring passes in the first half.
OKLAHOMA 62, Buffalo 51 (12028) - Ron Lopez completed 24-of-34 passes for 253 yards and eight TDs as the Wranglers won their inaugural contest. Lopez fired three TD strikes to Bobby McGowens in the fourth.
ARIZONA 56, Iowa 48 (13137) - Sherdrick Bonner completed 18-of-30 passes for 310 yards and seven TDs as the Rattlers rallied, after Iowa scored 27 straight points to gain a 40-34 lead late in the third quarter.
SAN JOSE 54, Houston 14 (14509) - Mark Grieb threw for two TDs and Steve Papin and Derri Chachere added a pair of TDs for San Jose. Papin moved closer to becoming the league's all-time leader in TDs.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Albany            1  0 0 1.000  76  65 Arizona           1  0 0 1.000  56  48
New England       1  0 0 1.000  41  26 Oklahoma          1  0 0 1.000  62  51
Buffalo           0  1 0  .000  51  62 San Jose          1  0 0 1.000  54  14
New Jersey        0  1 0  .000  21  38 Los Angeles       0  1 0  .000  31  51
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Florida           1  0 0 1.000  61  53 Grand Rapids      1  0 0 1.000  51  31
Orlando           1  0 0 1.000  38  21 MILWAUKEE         0  0 0  .000   0   0
Carolina          0  1 0  .000  53  61 Houston           0  1 0  .000  14  54
Nashville         0  1 0  .000  65  76 Iowa              0  1 0  .000  48  56
Tampa Bay         0  1 0  .000  26  41
Bye - Milwaukee
THURSDAY APRIL 20
Grand Rapids 52, MILWAUKEE 47 (13006) - Thomas Bailey caught a 9-yard TD pass from Craig Kusick with 4:35 left as the Rampage spoiled the  Mustangs' opener, who trailed 36-10 before scoring 24 straight points.
Carolina 58, LOS ANGELES 50 (10718) - The Cobras picked up their first victory in franchise history. Carolina opened a 52-44 cushion with 7:18 left as Marrio Grier scored on a 28-yard run.
FRIDAY APRIL 21
OKLAHOMA 68, San Jose 64 (8995) - Carlos Johnson caught a 28-yard TD pass from Ron Lopez with 41 seconds left and the Wranglers made a goal-line stand in the closing seconds for their second straight win.
Arizona 48, NEW JERSEY 41 (5072) - Bob McMillen scored on a 9-yard TD run with 18 seconds left as the Rattlers began 2-0 for the third straight season and New Jersey, in its four year, fell to 0-2 for the first time.
SATURDAY APRIL 22
ALBANY 41, New England 34 (11769) - The Firebirds survived in their first game without retired superstar Eddie Brown, who stunned the entire league this week by announcing his retirement to spend more time with his family.
Iowa 56, BUFFALO 35 (7894) - Aaron Garcia threw seven TD passes and Iowa converted three second-half turnovers into 21 points in beating Buffalo. The crowd was the smallest in the Destroyers' two-year history.
FLORIDA 31, Tampa Bay 30 (3010) - Jay Feeley missed a pair of FGs and a key extra point as the Bobcats survived with a rare victory over the Storm. Florida improved to 2-0 for the first time since 1994.
Nashville 50, HOUSTON 35 (3803) - Andy Kelly threw for 307 yards and six TDs and Cory Fleming caught nine passes for 175 yards and four scores as the Nashville Kats notched their first victory of the season.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Albany            2  0 0 1.000 117  99 Arizona           2  0 0 1.000 104  89
New England       1  1 0  .500  75  67 Oklahoma          2  0 0 1.000 130 115
Buffalo           0  2 0  .000  86 118 San Jose          1  1 0  .500 118  82
New Jersey        0  2 0  .000  62  86 Los Angeles       0  2 0  .000  81 109
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Florida           2  0 0 1.000  92  83 Grand Rapids      2  0 0 1.000 103  78
Orlando           1  0 0 1.000  38  21 Iowa              1  1 0  .500 104  91
Carolina          1  1 0  .500 111 111 MILWAUKEE         0  1 0  .000  47  52
Nashville         1  1 0  .500 115 111 Houston           0  2 0  .000  49 104
Tampa Bay         0  2 0  .000  56  72
Bye - Orlando
THURSDAY APRIL 27
Orlando 56, CAROLINA 28 (12762) - Connell Maynor completed 19 of 31 pass for 251 yards and four TDs to lead Orlando. Cobras' rookie QB Jim Arellanes struggled, completing just 6 of 13 passes for 85 yards and a TD.
FRIDAY APRIL 28
HOUSTON 60, Milwaukee 57 (2964) - Houston's Scott Szeredy kicked a game-winning 33-yard FG with 14 seconds left, after the Mustangs had just tied the score on a five-yard run by Jeff Savage with 39 seconds left.
NASHVILLE 34, Florida 27 (10766) - Tyronne Jones scored on a 56-yard KO return and caught a 16-yard TD pass and the Kats recorded five sacks en route to their first win of the season over the Bobcats.
SATURDAY APRIL 29
ALBANY 67, Tampa Bay 34 (9644) - Mike Pawlawski threw eight TD passes and Greg Hopkins had 12 receptions for 124 yards as the Firebirds stayed perfect, and Tampa Bay fell to 0-3 for the first time in team history.
NEW ENGLAND 58, Buffalo 31 (7872) - The Sea Wolves made the most of their home opener as they cruised to a 28-point halftime lead and rolled. Chad Salisbury completed 19-of-22 passes for 256 yards and six TDs.
GRAND RAPIDS 39, Iowa 37 (8316) - Brian Gowins kicked a 35-yard FG on the final play as the Rampage went 3-0 for the first time ever. Iowa took the lead when Mike Horacek caught a 30-yard TD pass with 18 seconds left.
Arizona 51, SAN JOSE 42 (13409) - Sherdrick Bonner completed 20-of-29 passes for 246 yards and six TDs as the Rattlers kept their unblemished record in tact by holding off the SaberCats.
MONDAY MAY 1
Oklahoma 59, LOS ANGELES 33 (9160) -  Ron Lopez threw six TD passes as the Wranglers remained perfect, and kept the Avengers in search of their first franchise win.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Albany            3  0 0 1.000 184 133 Arizona           3  0 0 1.000 155 131
New England       2  1 0  .667 133  98 Oklahoma          3  0 0 1.000 189 148
New Jersey        0  2 0  .000  62  86 San Jose          1  2 0  .333 160 133
Buffalo           0  3 0  .000 117 176 Los Angeles       0  3 0  .000 114 168
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando           2  0 0 1.000  94  49 Grand Rapids      3  0 0 1.000 142 115
Florida           2  1 0  .667 119 117 Houston           1  2 0  .333 109 161
Nashville         2  1 0  .667 149 138 Iowa              1  2 0  .333 141 130
Carolina          1  2 0  .333 139 167 MILWAUKEE         0  2 0  .000 104 112
Tampa Bay         0  3 0  .000  90 139
Bye - New Jersey
THURSDAY MAY 4
TAMPA BAY 50, Carolina 29 (10546) - Storm QB John Kaleo completed his first nine passes and finished with 296 yards and six TDs, all season highs for the Storm, who entered the game with the worst-rated passing attack.
FRIDAY MAY 5
NEW ENGLAND 52, Albany 49 (5324) - Chad Salisbury hit Damian Harrell with a 37-yard TD pass with 7:06 left, lifting the Sea Wolves to the win.  Salisbury threw for 317 yards and six TDs, five to  Harrell.
ORLANDO 51, Florida 38 (10072) - Connell Mayor threw five TD passes as the Predators remained unbeaten. The score was tied 31-31 at half, before Maynor hit Joe Douglass with a 13-yard TD, putting Orlando ahead for good.
OKLAHOMA 65, Los Angeles 44 (9668) - Ron Lopez threw four TD passes in the first half as the Wranglers led 37-9 at the break and had no problem beating the Avengers for the second time in five days.
SATURDAY MAY 6
New Jersey 62, BUFFALO 42 (7526) - Tommy Maddox completed 17-of-25 passes for 261 yards and six TDs as the Red Dogs kept the Destroyers winless. Maddox also rushed for a score for the Red Dogs.
Milwaukee 57, GRAND RAPIDS 54 (OT) (8146) - Steve Videtich bailed himself out with a 19-yard FG in overtime, as the Mustangs scored a pair of TDs in the final 19 seconds, but Videtich missed both XPs.
San Jose 54, IOWA 52 (10201) - John Dutton completed 16-of-28 passes for 217 yards and six TDs as the SaberCats held on for a wild win. Aaron Garcia was 18-of-34 for 199 yards and five TDs for Iowa.
Nashville 66, ARIZONA 46 (13619) - Aaron Hamilton recovered a fumble in the end zone to cap a 21-point second quarter as the Kats built a big halftime lead and handed the Arizona Rattlers their first loss.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Albany            3  1 0  .750 233 185 Oklahoma       4  0 0 1.000 254 192
New England       3  1 0  .750 185 147 Arizona        3  1 0  .750 201 197
New Jersey        1  2 0  .333 124 128 San Jose       2  2 0  .500 214 185
Buffalo           0  4 0  .000 159 238 Los Angeles    0  4 0  .000 158 233
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando           3  0 0 1.000 145  87 Grand Rapids   3  1 0  .750 196 172
Nashville         3  1 0  .750 215 184 Houston        1  2 0  .333 109 161
Florida           2  2 0  .500 157 168 MILWAUKEE      1  2 0  .333 161 166
Carolina          1  3 0  .250 168 217 Iowa           1  3 0  .250 193 184
Tampa Bay         1  3 0  .250 140 168
Bye - Houston
THURSDAY MAY 11
ARIZONA 55, Los Angeles 28 (13103) - Sherdrick Bonner completed 16-of-28 passes for 259 yards and five TDs as the Rattlers rebounded from their first loss. Avengers QB Todd Marinovich threw for 253 yards and four TDs.
FRIDAY MAY 12
ORLANDO 44, Tampa Bay 43 (13342) - Joe Douglass caught a 17-yard TD pass from Connell Maynor with nine seconds left as the Predators rallied over the Tampa Bay Storm in a rematch from last season's playoffs.
Nashville 49, NEW JERSEY 44 (4107) - Andy Kelly threw for four TDs as the Kats matched the best start in team history. Kelly's performance came one week after he became the third AFL QB to throw 300 TDs.
ALBANY 75, Buffalo 23 (8816) - Jerol Jeffcoat recovered a fumble in the end zone late in the first quarter as Buffalo led 14-3.  But the Firebirds woke up and outscored the Destroyers, 72-9, over the final three quarters.
MILWAUKEE 59, New England 43 (13597) - Kevin McDougal threw for 272 yards and six TDs as the Mustangs won their second straight, while Gary Compton recovered the second-half KO for a TD that bounced off the net.
SAN JOSE 37, Oklahoma 30 (13063) - Mark Grieb threw his fifth TD pass early in the fourth quarter to James Roe as the SaberCats nearly fell to the Wranglers for the second time in four weeks, but held on.
SATURDAY MAY 13
Iowa 73, HOUSTON 63 (3133) - Iowa QB Aaron Garcia threw nine TD passes, one shy of the league record, and Mike Horacek caught five of them. Garcia completed 22-of-34 passes for 358 yards.
SUNDAY MAY 14
FLORIDA 47, Carolina 42 (2117) - Fred McNair atoned for a poor first half by rushing for a pair of second-half TDs and completing a 17-yard touchdown pass to Curtis Ceasar with 10.5 seconds left.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Albany            4  1 0  .800 308 208 Arizona           4  1 0  .800 256 225
New England       3  2 0  .600 228 206 Oklahoma          4  1 0  .800 284 229
New Jersey        1  3 0  .250 168 177 San Jose          3  2 0  .600 251 215
Buffalo           0  5 0  .000 182 313 Los Angeles       0  5 0  .000 186 288
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando           4  0 0 1.000 189 130 Grand Rapids      3  1 0  .750 196 172
Nashville         4  1 0  .800 264 228 MILWAUKEE         2  2 0  .500 220 209
Florida           3  2 0  .600 204 210 Iowa              2  3 0  .400 266 247
Carolina          1  4 0  .200 210 264 Houston           1  3 0  .250 172 234
Tampa Bay         1  4 0  .200 183 212
Bye Week - Grand Rapids
THURSDAY MAY 18
TAMPA BAY 40, New Jersey 26 (8741) - John Kaleo threw for 229 yards and four TDs as the Storm beat the Red Dogs for the fourth straight time. Michael Lewis caught seven passes for 141 yards and two scores for the Red Dogs.
FRIDAY MAY 19
NEW ENGLAND 49, Oklahoma 42 (5828) - Damian Harrell caught a 43-yard TD pass from Chad Salisbury with five seconds left as the New Sea Wolves avoided a collapse but pulled out a triumph over the Wranglers.
San Jose 61, BUFFALO 35 (5486) - Mark Grieb completed 18-of-27 passes for 245 yards and five TDs as the SaberCats won their third straight and kept the Destroyers winless.
Orlando 71, NASHVILLE 54 (12423) - Connell Maynor threw six TD passes, including two in the second quarter when the Predators scored 33 points and remained the league's only unbeaten team.
Houston 51, LOS ANGELES 36 (10781) - Robert Hall completed 23-of-35 passes for 228 yards and six TDs as Houston held off the winless Avengers. Los Angeles could not get its first win despite outgaining Houston, 241-194.
SATURDAY MAY 20
Arizona 59, ALBANY 35 (9725) - The Rattlers shockingly scored the game's first 42 points and took over first place in the Western Division with a triumph over the champion Firebirds in a rematch from last year's playoffs.
Grand Rapids 48, FLORIDA 37 (1913) - After winning only three games in each of the last two seasons, the Bobcats entered the game with a chance to top that mark after only six games this year. It didn't happen.
IOWA 75, Milwaukee 55 (9995) - Aaron Garcia threw nine TD passes for the second straight week as the Barnstormers cruised. Garcia completed five TD passes in the second half.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Albany            4  2 0  .667 343 267 Arizona           5  1 0  .833 315 260
New England       4  2 0  .667 277 248 Oklahoma          4  2 0  .667 326 278
New Jersey        1  4 0  .200 194 217 San Jose          4  2 0  .667 312 250
Buffalo           0  6 0  .000 217 374 Los Angeles       0  6 0  .000 222 339
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando           5  0 0 1.000 260 184 Grand Rapids      4  1 0  .800 244 209
Nashville         4  2 0  .667 318 299 Iowa              3  3 0  .500 341 302
Florida           3  3 0  .500 241 258 Houston           2  3 0  .400 223 270
Tampa Bay         2  4 0  .333 223 238 MILWAUKEE         2  3 0  .400 275 284
Carolina          1  4 0  .200 210 264
Bye - Carolina
THURSDAY MAY 25
IOWA 52, Tampa Bay 35 (9133) - Mike Horacek caught a team-record six TD passes and Iowa made two brilliant defensive stands on a night the team retired the jersey No. 13 worn by Kurt Warner, the Super Bowl MVP.
FRIDAY MAY 26
Nashville 60, CAROLINA 28 (13951) - The Kats scored the game's final 34 points and blanked the expansion Cobras in the second half, to remain undefeated on the road.
Albany 63, NEW JERSEY 55 (4029) - Mike Pawlawski completed 18-of-29 passes for 247 yards and four TDs as the Firebirds maintained their share of first in the Eastern Division, outscoring New Jersey, 42-28, in the first half.
New England 37, BUFFALO 34 (4203) - Charlie Davidson caught a six-yard
TD pass from backup QB Tim Carey with seven seconds left as the Sea Wolves remained tied atop the Eastern Division.
Orlando 35, OKLAHOMA 28 (9074) - The Predators raced to a 21-point, third-quarter lead and held on to remain the league's only undefeated team. Connell Maynor threw three touchdown passes for Orlando.
HOUSTON 58, Grand Rapids 57 (OT) (3133) - Damon Bowers caught a TD pass 6:22 into OT and Scott Szeredy booted the extra point as the ThunderBears inched closer to first place in the Central Division.
SATURDAY MAY 27
ARIZONA 64, Milwaukee 49 (14303) - Arizona Rattlers jumped on the Mustangs early and remained atop the Western Division as Sherdrick Bonner threw seven TD passes.
SAN JOSE 78, Los Angeles 25 (14063) - Steve Papin caught two TD passes and rushed for two more as the SaberCats won their fourth straight. San Jose has won four in a row for the fourth time in team history.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Albany            5  2 0  .714 406 322 Arizona           6  1 0  .857 379 309
New England       5  2 0  .714 314 282 San Jose          5  2 0  .714 390 275
New Jersey        1  5 0  .167 249 280 Oklahoma          4  3 0  .571 354 313
Buffalo           0  7 0  .000 251 411 Los Angeles       0  7 0  .000 247 417
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando           6  0 0 1.000 295 212 Grand Rapids      4  2 0  .667 301 267
Nashville         5  2 0  .714 378 327 Iowa              4  3 0  .571 393 337
Florida           3  3 0  .500 241 258 Houston           3  3 0  .500 281 327
Tampa Bay         2  5 0  .286 258 290 MILWAUKEE         2  4 0  .333 324 348
Carolina          1  5 0  .167 238 324
Bye - Florida
THURSDAY JUNE 1
San Jose 55, ARIZONA 34 (13369) - The SaberCats used a 28-point fourth quarter to pull away from the Rattlers and move into a first-place tie in the Western Division, as Mark Grieb for 246 yards and five touchdowns.
FRIDAY JUNE 2
ORLANDO 56, Carolina 54 (12762) - Connell Maynor threw three of his four TD passes in the first half when the Predators held the Cobras to nine points and cruised to their seventh straight win.
NASHVILLE 42, Buffalo 29 (10542) - Andy Kelly threw for 237 yards and four TDs as the Kats continued their strong start. After giving up a touchdown on the first possession of the game, Nashville posted 21 straight points.
Iowa 53, MILWAUKEE 38 (12409) - Leonard Conley caught three TD passes and rushed for another score, and Aaron Garcia completed 20-of-36 passes for 261 yards and six scores. as the Barnstormers won their fourth straight.
SATURDAY JUNE 3
ALBANY 62, Houston 55 (10024) - Mike Pawlawski completed 25-of-30 passes for 359 yards and seven TDs as the Firebirds gained sole possession of first place in the Eastern Division.
New Jersey 59, GRAND RAPIDS 52 (8177) - Dimitrious Stanley caught an 11-yard TD pass midway through the fourth quarter and Derek Schorejs added a 24-yard field goal as the Red Dogs posted a much-needed win.
Los Angeles 50, NEW ENGLAND 46 (6112) - Todd Marinovich completed a 14-yard TD pass to Chris Jackson with 23 seconds left as the Avengers notched their first win in team history with a stunning upset.
TAMPA BAY 77, Florida 26 (12417) - Tampa Bay outscored Florida 20-0 during the third quarter on its way to the most points it has ever scored in the Ice Palace. QB John Kaleo was sharp, tossing five touchdowns.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Albany            6  2 0  .750 468 377 Arizona           6  2 0  .750 413 364
New England       5  3 0  .625 360 332 San Jose          6  2 0  .750 445 309
New Jersey        2  5 0  .286 299 326 Oklahoma          4  3 0  .571 354 313
Buffalo           0  8 0  .000 289 453 Los Angeles       1  7 0  .125 297 463
THURSDAY JUNE 8
IOWA 66, Houston 61 (9655) - Aaron Garcia completed 24-of-30 passes for 357 yards and nine TDs as the Barnstormers won their fifth straight game, riding its longest win streak since a five-game run to close the 1997 season.
FRIDAY JUNE 9
Milwaukee 63, CAROLINA 16 (12823) - Kevin McDougal threw four TD passes and the Mustangs built a huge early lead and coasted to a pounding of the reeling expansion Cobras, who have lost seven straight.
Grand Rapids 46, ORLANDO 34 (13326) - Craig Kusick used his arm and legs to help the Rampage avoid their third straight loss and hand the Predators their first loss of the season. Kusick passed for 200 yards.
SAN JOSE 85, New England 76 (12583) - Barry Wagner and Steve Papin torched the Sea Wolves, helping the SaberCats to extend their winning streak to six games. They combined for 248 receiving yards and four TDs.
SATURDAY JUNE 10
Nashville 60, FLORIDA 34 (2600) - Corey Flemming caught two TD passes added another on a fumble return as thee Kats remained perfect against the Bobcats, improving to 6-0 all-time against Florida.
BUFFALO 51, Albany 48 (OT) (5676) - Mike Black booted a 27-yard FG 5:47 into overtime as the Destroyers stunned the fist-place Firebirds for their first victory of the season and second all-time.
NEW JERSEY 56, Oklahoma 40 (4154) - Tommy Maddox threw for 214 yards and seven TDs, and David Saunders had a 29-yard  interception return for a TD, as the Red Dogs handed the Wranglers their fourth straight loss.
Arizona 54, LOS ANGELES 51 (13694) - Hunkie Cooper's 54-yard KO return with no time rallied the Rattlers. The score came just seven seconds after Los Angeles went ahead on a 29-yard TD pass from Todd Marinovich.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Albany            6  3 0  .667 516 428 Arizona           7  2 0  .778 467 415
New England       5  4 0  .556 436 417 San Jose          7  2 0  .778 530 385
New Jersey        3  5 0  .375 355 366 Oklahoma          4  4 0  .500 394 369
Buffalo           1  8 0  .111 340 501 Los Angeles       1  8 0  .111 348 517
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando           7  1 0  .875 385 312 Iowa              6  3 0  .667 512 436
Nashville         7  2 0  .778 480 390 Grand Rapids      5  3 0  .625 399 360
Florida           3  5 0  .375 301 395 Houston           3  5 0  .375 397 455
Tampa Bay         3  5 0  .375 335 316 MILWAUKEE         3  5 0  .375 425 417
Carolina          1  7 0  .125 308 443
Bye Week - Tampa Bay
THURSDAY JUNE 15
ARIZONA 42, Oklahoma 28 (14011) - Sherdrick Bonner threw four TD passes, including a pair in the 2nd half when Arizona doubled up Oklahoma, and WR Maurice Bryant caught five passes for 88 yards and two TDs.
FRIDAY JUNE 16
NEW ENGLAND 64, Carolina 51 (5232) - Charles Davidson snapped an  overtime tie with a 19-yard TD catch and Anthony Derricks  sealed the win with an interception return as the Sea  Wolves rallied for the win.
ALBANY 61, New Jersey 54 (9233) - Greg Hopkins and Jon Krick each scored two TDs during the decisive second half as the Firebirds battled back from a 40-27 halftime deficit and scored 20 points in the fourth quarter.
Orlando 43, MILWAUKEE 35 (14096) - Connell Maynor threw two TD passes and ran for one. Orlando was trailing 13-10 in the second  quarter when Maynor hit Bret Cooper from 21 yards out for a 16-13 lead it did not lose.
SATURDAY JUNE 17
TAMPA BAY 40, Nashville 30 (12546) - Tampa Bay's league-leading defense held the Kats to a season-low point total and its special teams accounted for all 12 second-half points.
Buffalo 55, HOUSTON 44 (4147) - It took just six weeks for Ray Bentley to become the winningest coach in Destroyers history. His predecessor, Dave Whinham, went 1-17 over a full season and part of this year.
SAN JOSE 68, Grand Rapids 45 (12306) - San Jose outscored the Rampage, 20-0, in the third quarter to take control of the game. Mike Jones ran for two TDs, and Mark Grieb threw six TD passes.
SUNDAY JUNE 18
LOS ANGELES 63, Florida 49 (8578) - Todd Marinovich threw six TD passes, including two during the decisive fourth quarter, in leading the expansion Avengers to their first home win.
NATIONAL-EAST                         AMERICAN-WEST
Albany          7  3 0  .700 577  482 Arizona         8  2 0  .800 509  433
New England     6  4 0  .600 500  468 San Jose        8  2 0  .800 598  430
New Jersey      3  6 0  .333 409  427 Oklahoma        4  5 0  .444 422  411
Buffalo         2  8 0  .200 395  545 Los Angeles     2  8 0  .200 411  566
NATIONAL-SOUTH                        AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando         8  1 0  .889 428  347 Iowa            6  3 0  .667 512  436
Nashville       7  3 0  .700 510  430 Grand Rapids    5  4 0  .556 444  428
Tampa Bay       4  5 0  .444 375  346 Houston         3  6 0  .333 441  510
Florida         3  6 0  .333 350  458 MILWAUKEE       3  6 0  .333 460  460
Carolina        1  8 0  .111 359  507
Bye - Iowa
THURSDAY JUNE 22
San Jose 63, MILWAUKEE 60 (11701) - San Jose's Steve Papin returned the opening KO 55 yards for a TD. QB Mark Grieb added a 5-yard run to put San Jose up by a 14-0 score with 10:57 left in the opening quarter.
FRIDAY JUNE 23
ORLANDO 46, New England 32 (13011) - Connell Maynor completed 14-of-22 passes for 229 yards and four TDs as the Predators clinched their ninth-straight playoff berth and a home playoff game.
Los Angeles 72, HOUSTON 66 (OT) (3219) - Shannon Culver caught a 19-yard TD pass from Todd Marinovich 5:06 into OT for the win. The wild contest had three lead changes in the final minute of regulation.
NASHVILLE 54, Carolina 31 (12107) - Andy Kelly threw for 292 yards and four TDs as the Kats rallied for their fourth win in five games. The Kats outscored Carolina, 30-7, in the second half and handed them their eighth straight loss.
SATURDAY JUNE 24
Albany 55, FLORIDA 45 (3462) - Mike Pawlawski broke open a tight game with a pair of TD passes in the final three minutes as the defending champion Firebirds clinched a playoff berth.
OKLAHOMA 58, Iowa 50 (11359) - Ron Lopez overcame two interceptions with four TD passes as the Wranglers never trailed. Daron Alcorn booted two FGs in the last four minutes to clinch the win.
Tampa Bay 74, GRAND RAPIDS 54 (9177) - John Kaleo threw for 302 yards and eight TDs to lead the Storm. James Bowden caught three of his scoring strikes and Lawren Samuels and Wayne Walker grabbed two each.
SUNDAY JUNE 25
Buffalo 79, NEW JERSEY 54 (4294) - Browning Nagle threw six TD passes, including the go-ahead score early in the second half, while New Jersey's Tommy Maddox had five TD passes, but also threw four interceptions.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
X-Albany          8  3 0  .727 632 527 X-San Jose        9  2 0  .818 661 490
New England       6  5 0  .545 532 514 X-Arizona         8  2 0  .800 509 433
New Jersey        3  7 0  .300 463 506 Oklahoma          5  5 0  .500 480 461
Buffalo           3  8 0  .273 474 599 Los Angeles       3  8 0  .273 483 632
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
X-Orlando         9  1 0  .900 474 379 Iowa              6  4 0  .600 562 494
X-Nashville       8  3 0  .727 564 461 Grand Rapids      5  5 0  .500 498 502
Tampa Bay         5  5 0  .500 449 400 Houston           3  7 0  .300 507 582
Florida           3  7 0  .300 395 513 MILWAUKEE         3  7 0  .300 520 523
Carolina          1  9 0  .100 390 561 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Arizona
THURSDAY JUNE 29
San Jose 52, GRAND RAPIDS 39 (7917) - The SaberCats extended their winning streak to nine games, allowing only 159 yards and receiving five touchdown passes from Mark Grieb en route to the rout.
BUFFALO 36, Florida 33 (OT) (8523) - Mike Black, who missed a pair of XPs in regulation, nailed a 21-yard FG in overtime to give the Destroyers the win, their fourth in a row.
Milwaukee 64, LOS ANGELES 52 (10991) - Kevin McDougal tied a career record set a week earlier by throwing eight TD passes, five to Gary Compton, as the Mustangs won for the second time in their past seven games.
FRIDAY JUNE 30
CAROLINA 63, Houston 59 (12194) - Fred McNair threw four TD passes and ran for another score as the Cobras recorded their first home win of the season, and Houston suffered their fifth straight loss.
NEW ENGLAND 69, New Jersey 63 (5720) - Kerry Brown hauled in a 20-yard TD pass from Tim Carey with 3:05 remaining as the Sea Wolves clinched their first playoff berth.
Iowa 56, NASHVILLE 31 (12105) - Aaron Garcia threw five of his seven TDs in the first half as the Barnstormers raced to a big lead. Garcia's availability  was a question after he suffered a separated shoulder in last week's game.
SATURDAY JULY 1
TAMPA BAY 50, Orlando 36 (14047) - The Storm erupted for 30 points in the fourth quarter and defeated the enemy to the east. Orlando turned the ball over four times and Darion Conner sacked Maynor three times.
MONDAY JULY 3
Arizona 56, OKLAHOMA 29 (10171) - Arizona QB Sherdrick Bonner tossed seven TD passes, as the Rattlers scored 14 points in every quarter to stay one game behind San Jose in the Western Division.
NATIONAL-EAST                           AMERICAN-WEST
X-Albany          8  3 0  .727 632 527 X-San Jose       10  2 0  .833 713 529
X-New England     7  5 0  .583 601 577 X-Arizona         9  2 0  .818 565 462
Buffalo           4  8 0  .333 510 632 Oklahoma          5  6 0  .455 509 517
New Jersey        3  8 0  .273 526 575 Los Angeles       3  9 0  .250 535 696
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
X-Orlando         9  2 0  .818 510 429 X-Iowa            7  4 0  .636 618 525
X-Nashville       8  4 0  .667 595 517 Grand Rapids      5  6 0  .455 537 554
Tampa Bay         6  5 0  .545 499 436 MILWAUKEE         4  7 0  .364 584 575
Florida           3  8 0  .273 428 549 Houston           3  8 0  .273 566 645
Carolina          2  9 0  .182 453 620 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Albany
FRIDAY JULY 7
Oklahoma 47, FLORIDA 22 (2143) - Jeff Loots threw four TD passes, including two over the final 17 1/2 minutes, when the Wranglers took control. The Wranglers scored the game's final 20 points to overcome a 27-22 deficit.
Nashville 45, ORLANDO 41 (13426) - Andy Kelly threw two of his five TD passes in the fourth quarter as the Kats prevented the slumping Predators from clinching the Southern Division title.
SATURDAY JULY 8
New England 63, NEW JERSEY 59 (4416) - Tim Carey's eighth TD pass of the game, an 11-yard strike to Pierre Hixon with 1:48 left, lifted the Sea Wolves to the win after they fell behind, 52-35.
Milwaukee 62, TAMPA BAY 52 (13862) - Kevin McDougal completed 24-of-33 passes for 281 yards and six TDs as the Mustangs prevented the Tampa Bay Storm from clinching a playoff berth.
IOWA 52, Grand Rapids 19 (10610) - Iowa clinched their fourth Central Division title in five years thanks to jumping out to a 35-0 lead. Aaron Garcia completed 16-of-24 passes for 253 yards and six touchdowns.
Albany 48, HOUSTON 41 (3377) - Greg Hopkins caught two TD passes, as the Firebirds moved one step closer to clinching the Eastern Division title. Nelson Garner added two FGs in the win.
ARIZONA 44, Carolina 42 (16613) - Cornelius White hauled in a 24-yard TD pass from Fred McNair with 38 seconds left to pull the Cobras to within two points, but the Rattlers were able to recover the ensuing on-side kick.
San Jose 75, LOS ANGELES 72 (13034) - Of the Avengers' 10 losses, this was without question the most painful, on multiple levels. Four players, including QB Todd Marinovich, left the game with injuries.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
X-Albany          9  3 0  .750 680 568 X-San Jose       11  2 0  .846 788 601
X-New England     8  5 0  .615 664 636 X-Arizona        10  2 0  .833 609 504
Buffalo           4  8 0  .333 510 632 X-Oklahoma        6  6 0  .500 556 539
New Jersey        3  9 0  .250 585 638 Los Angeles       3 10 0  .231 607 771
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
X-Orlando         9  3 0  .750 551 474 Z-Iowa            8  4 0  .667 670 544
X-Nashville       9  4 0  .692 640 477 Grand Rapids      5  7 0  .417 556 606
X-Tampa Bay       6  6 0  .500 551 498 MILWAUKEE         5  7 0  .417 646 627
Florida           3  9 0  .250 450 596 Houston           3  9 0  .250 607 693
Carolina          2 10 0  .167 495 664
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Buffalo
THURSDAY JULY 13
Arizona 60, NEW ENGLAND 28 (6812) - Sherdrick Bonner threw four TD passes and ran for another score, leading the Rattlers to their fifth straight win. Arizona improved to 6-0 away from home.
FRIDAY JULY 14
CAROLINA 77, New Jersey 47 (13014) - Fred McNair threw six TD passes as the  Cobras raced to a 40-point lead and coasted to a victory that eliminated the Red Dogs from playoff contention.
BUFFALO 60, Los Angeles 52 (10029) - The loss ended the Avengers' faint playoff hopes. The Avengers' cause was hurt after kicker Kyle Pooler missed four extra point attempts.
Tampa Bay 35, NASHVILLE 31 (13612) - Andre Bowden ran for two TDs and became the only the second player in AFL history to rush for 1,000 career yards, but it took a 1-yard John Kaleo TD run with 42 seconds left for the win.
SATURDAY JULY 15
Orlando 51, FLORIDA 35 (4253) - Connell Maynor threw four TDs as Orlando eliminated the Bobcats from playoff contention and gave them their first 10-win season in three years.
GRAND RAPIDS 62, Houston 56 (9046) - Max Knake threw for 169 yards  and ran in for a key score in the fourth as the Rampage clinched a playoff spot. His one-yard plunge with 9 1/2 minutes remaining was the clincher.
IOWA 77, Albany 76 (10961) - Albany could have settled for OT after Mike Pawlawski hooked up with Quincy Jackson on an 11-yard TD pass with no time remaining, but Pawlawski's pass on a two-point conversion fell short.
MILWAUKEE 49, Oklahoma 39 (13275) - Kevin McDougal threw for 287 yards and four TDs, including the go-ahead strike to Kevin Huntley late in the third quarter, as the Mustangs clinched a playoff spot.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Z-Albany          9  4 0  .692 756 645 X-San Jose       11  2 0  .846 788 601
X-New England     8  6 0  .571 692 696 X-Arizona        11  2 0  .846 669 532
X-Buffalo         5  8 0  .385 570 684 X-Oklahoma        6  7 0  .462 595 588
New Jersey        3 10 0  .231 632 715 Los Angeles       3 11 0  .214 659 831
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Z-Orlando        10  3 0  .769 602 509 Z-Iowa            9  4 0  .692 747 600
X-Nashville       9  5 0  .643 671 512 X-Grand Rapids    6  7 0  .462 618 662
X-Tampa Bay       7  6 0  .538 586 529 X-MILWAUKEE       6  7 0  .462 695 666
Carolina          3 10 0  .231 572 711 Houston           3 10 0  .231 663 755
Florida           3 10 0  .231 485 647
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - San Jose
THURSDAY JULY 20
OKLAHOMA 59, Grand Rapids 17 (9175) - Leading 21-10 at the half, the Wranglers came out and scored the first 38 points of the second half to cruise to the win and finish their first season in Oklahoma at .500.
FRIDAY JULY 21
Tampa Bay 72, CAROLINA 69 (13762) - Andre Bowden scored from one yard out with 18 seconds left as the Storm locked up home-field advantage in the first round of the playoffs, as John Kaleo threw for 260 yards and five TDs.
MILWAUKEE 55, Houston 46 (13474) - Steve Videtich kicked a pair of second-half FGs to help lift the Mustangs to their fifth straight victory over the struggling ThunderBears, who lost their eighth straight.
SATURDAY JULY 22
NEW JERSEY 57, Florida 52 (4821) - Rickey Foggie hit George LaFrance with a 24-yard TD pass with 16 seconds remaining as the Red Dogs held on. After opening the season 2-0, the Bobcats finished by losing 11 of 12.
Arizona 58, IOWA 50 (11061) - After squandering a big lead, the Rattlers regained their composure and closed the regular season with their fifth straight win. Iowa QB Aaron Garcia threw for 334 yards with six touchdowns.
SAN JOSE 83, Buffalo 54 (15604) - Buffalo's five-game winning streak ended, but the team made the playoffs. Striking with four scoring plays of 45 yards or longer, the SabreCats rolled to the win.
SUNDAY JULY 23
Orlando 61, ALBANY 59 (11133) - Brett Cooper caught a 20-yard TD pass from Connell Maynor on the game's final play as the Predators survived a major collapse. Orlando held a 55-31 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
NATIONAL-EAST                          AMERICAN-WEST
Z-Albany          9  5 0  .643 815 706 Z-San Jose       12  2 0  .857 871 648
X-New England     8  6 0  .571 694 696 X-Arizona        12  2 0  .857 727 592
X-Buffalo         5  9 0  .357 615 767 X-Oklahoma        7  7 0  .500 654 605
New Jersey        4 10 0  .286 698 773 Los Angeles       3 11 0  .214 659 831
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Z-Orlando        11  3 0  .786 663 568 Z-Iowa            9  5 0  .643 797 677
X-Nashville       9  5 0  .643 671 593 X-MILWAUKEE       7  7 0  .500 750 714
X-Tampa Bay       8  6 0  .571 657 598 X-Grand Rapids    6  8 0  .429 628 721
Carolina          3 11 0  .214 641 783 Houston           3 11 0  .214 709 810
Florida           3 11 0  .214 537 704
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye Week - Nashville, New England, Los Angeles
NATIONAL-SOUTH                         AMERICAN-CENTRAL
Orlando           7  0 0 1.000 351 266 Iowa              5  3 0  .625 446 375
Nashville         6  2 0  .750 420 356 Grand Rapids      4  3 0  .571 353 326
Florida           3  4 0  .429 267 335 Houston           3  4 0  .429 336 389
Tampa Bay         3  5 0  .375 335 316 MILWAUKEE         2  5 0  .286 362 401
Carolina          1  6 0  .143 292 380
Bye - Oklahoma
Augusta Stallions (13-3)
Head Coach: Mike Neu
Passing Leader: Aaron Sparrow (4000)
Rushing Leader: Jason Lawson (132)
Receiving Leader: R.J. Anderson (101-1391)
Average Attendance: 5,228 (14th)
Norfolk Nighthawks (10-6)
Head Coach: Deatrich Wise
Passing Leader: Damone Scott (2000)
Rushing Leader: Tony Morrison (203)
Receiving Leader: Anthony Stringfield (85-1351)
Average Attendance: 6,387 (9th)
Jacksonville Tomcats (9-7)
Head Coach: Perry Moss
Passing Leader: Jeff McRone (2756)
Rushing Leader: Darnell Jamison (168)
Receiving Leader: David Thomas (66-993)
Average Attendance: 8,258 (5th)
Carolina Rhinos (9-7)
Head Coach: Rod Miller
Passing Leader: Chris Wallace (2469)
Rushing Leader: Chris Wallace (236)
Receiving Leader: Lawrence Pullman (77-1123)
Average Attendance: 10,035 (2nd)
Richmond Speed (7-9)
Head Coach: Durwood Roquemore (0-5)/Reggie Smith (7-4)
Passing Leader: Bob Bees (2252)
Rushing Leader: Bobby Phillips (312)
Receiving Leader: Bobby Phillips (74-904)
Average Attendance: 5,929 (11th)
Charleston Swamp Foxes (4-12)
Head Coach: Jimmy Dunn
Passing Leader: John Craven (1877)
Rushing Leader: Darren Nosal (87)
Receiving Leader: Demayne Reeder (112-1526)
Average Attendance: 5,360 (13th)
Greensboro Prowlers (3-13)
Head Coach: Clayton Banner (1-6)/Charlie Griffin (2-7)
Passing Leader: Travis Pender (1154)
Rushing Leader: John Lewis (183)
Receiving Leader: Jason Gibson (81-867)
Average Attendance: 6,557 (7th)
Roanoke Steam (3-13)
Head Coach: Pete Shaw
Passing Leader: Will Burch (3124)
Rushing Leader: Rod Johnson (72)
Receiving Leader: Mancel Johnson (113-1480)
Average Attendance: 3,382 (15th)
Quad Cities Steamwheelers (16-0)
Head Coach: Frank Haege
Passing Leader: Billy Dicken (3444)
Rushing Leader: Russ Van Wetzinga (77)
Receiving Leader: Shon King (136-1858)
Average Attendance: 8,912 (3rd)
Tennessee Valley Vipers (10-6)
Head Coach: Tom Luginbill
Passing Leader: Bryan Snyder (3838)
Rushing Leader: Curtis James (80)
Receiving Leader: Kelly Fields (115-1447)
Average Attendance: 6,237 (11th)
Tulsa Talons (9-7)
Head Coach: Jon Norris
Passing Leader: Craig Strickland (2783)
Rushing Leader: Craig Strickland (100)
Receiving Leader: Brandon Burnside (120-1721)
Average Attendance: 6,627 (6th)
Pensacola Barracudas (8-8)
Head Coach: Kevin Porter
Passing Leader: Bobby Clayton (3223)
Rushing Leader: Roderick Booker (80)
Receiving Leader: Rodney Woodham (85-1074)
Average Attendance: 6,237 (11th)
Birmingham Steeldogs (7-9)
Head Coach: Bobby Humphrey
Passing Leader: Chris Windsor (3249)
Rushing Leader: Chris Windsor (153)
Receiving Leader: Wayne Thomas (114-1643)
Average Attendance: 8,925 (3rd)
Arkansas Twisters (7-9)
Head Coach: John Jenkins
Passing Leader: Jon Nielsen (4417)
Rushing Leader: Jon Nielsen (52)
Receiving Leader: John Dollar (99-1368)
Average Attendance: 13,766 (1st)
Tallahassee Thunder (5-11)
Head Coach: Gene McDowell
Passing Leader: Shane Stafford (4394)
Rushing Leader: Mesiah Porter (42)
Receiving Leader: Carl Bond (138-2086)
Average Attendance: 5,603 (12th)
CHARTER FRANCHISES (FROM XFL) - The AF2 actually began with the AFL's purchase of the XFL, a proposed indoor league based on the Atlantic southeast coast - Birmingham Steeldogs, Carolina (Greenville) Rhinos, Tennessee Valley (Huntsville, AL) Vipers, Jacksonville Tomcats, Norfolk Nighthawks, Pensacola Barracudas, Richmond Speed, Roanoke Steam and Tallahassee Thunder OTHER CHARTER FRANCHISES - Arkansas Twisters, Augusta Stallions, Charleston (SC) Swamp Foxes, Greensboro Prowlers, Quad City (Moline, IL) Steamwheelers and Tulsa Talons

FRIDAY MARCH 31
Tennessee Valley 59, BIRMINGHAM 18 (14831) 
FRIDAY APRIL 7
TALLAHASSEE 31, Roanoke 27 (7812) - In a game which featured 19 penalties and 6 turnovers, Thunder K Juan Toro faked a FG with 37 seconds to play and ran to the end zone, where he fumbled and teammate Raymond James fell on the ball for the win.
JACKSONVILLE 37, Augusta 35 (8256)
BIRMINGHAM 18, Greensboro 7 (8402)
SATURDAY APRIL 8
TENNESSEE VALLEY 48, Norfolk 15 (6724) - QB Sal Cardella threw a 46-yard TD pass to Anthony Stringfield on Norfolk's first play, then the Vipers took over and Cardella was benched for Damone Scott.
PENSACOLA 48, Richmond 41 (7866) - Pensacola rallied from a 14-point second half deficit, and took the lead with 2 minutes to play on a 1-yard TD run by Robert Nock, who sacked Cody Whipple on the last play.
TULSA 53, Carolina 35 (7096)
ARKANSAS 86, Charleston 13 (16058)
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Jacksonville      1  0 0 1.000  37  35 Tennessee Valley  2  0 0 1.000 107  33
Augusta           0  1 0  .000  35  37 Arkansas          1  0 0 1.000  86  13
Carolina          0  1 0  .000  35  53 Pensacola         1  0 0 1.000  48  44
Charleston        0  1 0  .000  13  86 Tallahassee       1  0 0 1.000  31  27
Greensboro        0  1 0  .000   7  18 Tulsa             1  0 0 1.000  53  35
Norfolk           0  1 0  .000  15  48 Birmingham        1  1 0  .500  36  66
Richmond          0  1 0  .000  41  48 Quad City         0  0 0  .000   0   0
Roanoke           0  1 0  .000  27  31
Bye Week (Week 2) - Quad City
FRIDAY APRIL 14
CAROLINA 38, Tenn Valley 26 (12235) - Rhino QB Brent Petrus was 12-for-17 for 145 yards and RB Tommy Hornick had 34 yards in leading the upset. The teams combined for 35 points in the fourth quarter.
Jacksonville 37, TALLAHASSEE 36 (6436) - Jacksonville rallied from a 12-point deficit in the final five minutes. Jeff McCrone threw a TD to Erik Gibson with 5 seconds to go. K Jim Tarle's XP won the game.
SATURDAY APRIL 15
NORFOLK 28, Richmond 25 (8950) - Norfolk QB Sal Cardella was 12-of-21 for 159 yards and two TDs, while the Nighthawk defense recorded two safeties and held QB Cody Whipple to 45 yards in the 1st half.
Augusta 63, CHARLESTON 47 (5148) - 
QUAD CITY 66, Tulsa 27 (9201) - QB Billy Dicken threw six TD passes, four to Shon King, who hauled in a third TD from backup QB Mike Gluski and scored on a 56-yard kickoff return for the easy win.
PENSACOLA 30, Arkansas 27 (7592) - Brian Reaves kicked a 22-yard FG as time expired for the win, while QB Bobby Clayton threw for 174 yards and four TDs to four different receivers.
SUNDAY APRIL 16
GREENSBORO 37, Roanoke 22 (12750)
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Jacksonville      2  0 0 1.000  74  71 Pensacola         2  0 0 1.000  78  71
Augusta           1  1 0  .500  98  84 Quad City         1  0 0 1.000  66  27
Carolina          1  1 0  .500  73  79 Tennessee Valley  2  1 0  .667 133  71
Greensboro        1  1 0  .500  44  40 Arkansas          1  1 0  .500 113  43
Norfolk           1  1 0  .500  43  73 Birmingham        1  1 0  .500  36  66
Charleston        0  2 0  .000  60 149 Tallahassee       1  1 0  .500  67  64
Richmond          0  2 0  .000  66  76 Tulsa             1  1 0  .500  80 101
Roanoke           0  2 0  .000  49  68
Bye - Birmingham
FRIDAY APRIL 21
AUGUSTA 41, Jacksonville 33 (6228)
Tennessee Valley 54, ARKANSAS 45 (15102)
SATURDAY APRIL 22
Pensacola 43, BIRMINGHAM 34 (8104) - Rodney Woodham caught a TD and returned a kickoff for a TD to keep the Barracudas perfect, while QB Bobby Clayton threw for two TDs and had a 1-yard TD run.
Norfolk 39, CHARLESTON 38 (OT) (4012) - Silas DeMary blocked a two-point drop kick conversion attempt by Tom Sellers to seal the win, after Tony Morison had a 4-yard TD run for the lead. Lee McDonald was 6-for-7 on FG attempts for Norfolk.
Quad City 61, TALLAHASSEE 28 (5673) - Tallahassee QB Shane Stafford threw for 173 yards and 3 TDs, but Quad City QB Billy Dicken threw for 200 yards and his defense had six sacks.
CAROLINA 45, Greensboro 19 (10003)
MONDAY APRIL 24
TULSA 56, Richmond 54 (5965)
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Augusta           2  1 0  .667 139 117 Pensacola         3  0 0 1.000 121 105
Carolina          2  1 0  .667 118  98 Quad City         2  0 0 1.000 127  55
Jacksonville      2  1 0  .667 107 112 Tennessee Valley  3  1 0  .750 187 116
Norfolk           2  1 0  .667  82 111 Tulsa             2  1 0  .667 136 155
Greensboro        1  2 0  .333  63  85 Arkansas          1  2 0  .333 158  97
Roanoke           0  2 0  .000  49  68 Birmingham        1  2 0  .333  70 109
Charleston        0  3 0  .000  98 188 Tallahassee       1  2 0  .333  95 125
Richmond          0  3 0  .000 103 124
Bye - Roanoke
FRIDAY APRIL 28
PENSACOLA 66, Tennessee Valley 59 (OT) (7894) - Vipers QB Bryan Snyder threw for 312 yards and six TDs, and ran for two more, but the Pensacola defense stopped the Vipers on fourth down in OT for the win.
Augusta 44, RICHMOND 13 (10631)
JACKSONVILLE 59, Carolina 56 (8237) - In a game with 10 lead changes, Tomcats QB Jeff McRone tossed a 4-yard TD pass to Terrence Flager with 17 seconds to go for the win.
SATURDAY APRIL 29
BIRMINGHAM 36, Roanoke 34 (7183)
Quad City 58, TULSA 32 (7096) - Shon King had two TD receptions and returned a missed FG 53 yards for another score, while QB Billy Dicken threw four TDs and Xavier Patterson had an interception TD for Quad City.
ARKANSAS 74, Tallahassee 66 (13067) - Arkansas scored on a KO, an interception and a recovered kickoff, while Thunder QB Shane Stafford threw for 376 yards and nine TDs, six to Carl Bond.
CHARLESTON 39, Greensboro 25 (4591)
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Augusta           3  1 0  .750 183 130 Pensacola         4  0 0 1.000 187 164
Jacksonville      3  1 0  .750 166 168 Quad City         3  0 0 1.000 185  87
Norfolk           2  1 0  .667  82 111 Tennessee Valley  3  2 0  .600 246 182
Carolina          2  2 0  .500 174 157 Arkansas          2  2 0  .500 232 163
Charleston        1  3 0  .250 137 213 Birmingham        2  2 0  .500 106 143
Greensboro        1  3 0  .250  88 124 Tulsa             2  2 0  .500 168 213
Roanoke           0  3 0  .000  83 104 Tallahassee       1  3 0  .250 161 199
Richmond          0  4 0  .000 116 168
Bye - Norfolk
FRIDAY MAY 5
Charleston 51, RICHMOND 44 (4421)
SATURDAY MAY 6
CAROLINA 40, Jacksonville 31 (9029) - Rhinos QB Chris Wallace threw a 34-yard TD to Monty Means with 8:47 remaining for the lead then ran 24 yards for the winning TD with 2:12 to play.
Tulsa 68, ROANOKE 46 (5014)
QUAD CITY 62, Augusta 50 (8213) - Quad City QB Billy Dicken threw for 333 yards and three TDs as the Wheelers scored TDs on seven of their 10 possessions. Augusta QB Aaron Sparrow threw for 328 yards and five TDs.
PENSACOLA 69, Birmingham 42 (8118) - Pensacola QB Bobby Clayton threw for 249 yards and five TDs, three to Randy Woodham, to keep the Barracudas perfect
TENNESSEE VALLEY 63, Tallahassee 40 (6724) - Thunder QB Shane Stafford threw for 247 yards and four TDs, but was intercepted three times, while Viper QB Bryan Snyder threw for 206 yards and five TDs.
SUNDAY MAY 7
NORFOLK 49, Greensboro 12 (6600) - Todd Greenfield and Nate Daniels scored twice to lead the Nighthawks to their third straight win. OL Silas Demary sscored on a blocked FG and a fumble recovery.
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Norfolk           3  1 0  .750 131 123 Pensacola         5  0 0 1.000 256 206
Augusta           3  2 0  .600 233 192 Quad City         4  0 0 1.000 247 137
Carolina          3  2 0  .600 214 188 Tennessee Valley  4  2 0  .667 309 222
Jacksonville      3  2 0  .600 197 208 Tulsa             3  2 0  .600 236 259
Charleston        2  3 0  .400 188 257 Arkansas          2  2 0  .400 232 163
Greensboro        1  4 0  .200 100 173 Birmingham        2  3 0  .400 148 212
Roanoke           0  4 0  .000 129 172 Tallahassee       1  4 0  .200 201 262
Richmond          0  5 0  .000 160 219
Bye - Arkansas
FRIDAY MAY 12
TENN. VALLEY 63, Greensboro 9 (5122)
CAROLINA 53, Birmingham 24 (9130) - Carolina trailed 21-20 at halftime, then scored the last 30 points of the game thanks to QB Chris Wallace and Brent Petrus, who threw for 220 yards and four TDs.
SATURDAY MAY 13
QUAD CITY 76, Norfolk 17 (9201) - Quad City QB Billy Dicken threw for 181 yards and four TDs, while Shon King had four TDs, one of them rushing, to lead the rout.
CHARLESTON 33, Pensacola 12 (4383) - Charleston's defense gave up just 154 yards passing, while the offense rolled up a 19-3 halftime lead to hand Pensacola its first loss. 
AUGUSTA 50, Arkansas 24 (6363)
TULSA 74, Tallahassee 53 (5300) - Shane Stafford threw for 305 yards and five TDs, 12 of his completions to Carl Bond, but Talons QB Craig Strickland tossed for 313 yards and six TDs.
Jacksonville 63, ROANOKE 41 (3284)
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Augusta           4  2 0  .667 283 216 Quad City         5  0 0 1.000 323 154
Carolina          4  2 0  .667 267 212 Pensacola         5  1 0  .833 268 239
Jacksonville      4  2 0  .667 260 249 Tennessee Valley  5  2 0  .714 372 231
Norfolk           3  2 0  .600 148 199 Tulsa             4  2 0  .667 310 312
Charleston        3  3 0  .500 221 269 Arkansas          2  3 0  .400 256 213
Greensboro        1  5 0  .167 109 236 Birmingham        2  4 0  .333 172 265
Richmond          0  5 0  .000 160 219 Tallahassee       1  5 0  .167 254 336
Roanoke           0  5 0  .000 170 235
Bye - Richmond
FRIDAY MAY 19
Quad City 65, ARKANSAS 59 (OT) (12105) - Arkansas missed a 26-yard FG at the end of regulation, then Chad Buntin ran 5 yards for the winning TD after Clarence Thompson intercepted a Twister pass to start OT.
Birmingham 37, RICHMOND 23 (5127) - Richmond lost its first game under new head coach Richard Davis, after firing head coach Durwood Roquemore and offensive coordinator Reggie Smith.
TALLAHASSEE 50, Pensacola 26 (4486) - Tallahassee outscored Pensacola 33-0 in the fourth quarter while QB Shane Stafford threw for 273 yards and six TDs.
TENNESSEE VALLEY 38, Tulsa 35 (5798)
SATURDAY MAY 20
NORFOLK 59, Roanoke 39 (5971) - Norfolk QB Sal Cardella threw for 230 yards and five TDs before leaving with an injured finger, while WR Anthony Stringfield caught 8 passes for 133 yards and three TDs.
Augusta 67, GREENSBORO 7 (6365)
Carolina 58, CHARLESTON 42 (5746) - Rhinos QB Chris Wallace threw three TD passes, two to James Scott, as Carolina raced to a 44-13 halftime lead and won their first game on the road.
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Augusta           5  2 0  .714 350 223 Quad City         6  0 0 1.000 388 213
Carolina          5  2 0  .714 325 254 Tennessee Valley  6  2 0  .750 410 266
Jacksonville      4  2 0  .667 260 249 Pensacola         5  2 0  .714 294 289
Norfolk           4  2 0  .667 207 238 Tulsa             4  3 0  .571 345 350
Charleston        3  4 0  .429 263 327 Birmingham        3  4 0  .429 209 288
Greensboro        1  6 0  .143 116 303 Arkansas          2  4 0  .333 315 278
Richmond          0  6 0  .000 183 256 Tallahassee       2  5 0  .286 304 362
Roanoke           0  6 0  .000 209 294
Bye - Jacksonville
FRIDAY JUNE 2
BIRMINGHAM 86, Tallahassee 74 (7148) - Thunder QB Shane Stafford tied the league record with 10 TD passes, five to Carl Bond, but Birmingham's Adlai Trone set an AFL2 record with three KO TD returns.
SATURDAY JUNE 3
CAROLINA 65, Norfolk 58 (9292) - The Carolina QB combo of Brent Petrus and Chris Wallace combined for 267 yards passing and six TDs, and 80 yards rushing and two more TDs.
Richmond 41, JACKSONVILLE 32 (8232)
QUAD CITY 70, Roanoke 14 (9201) - Quad City QB Billy Dicken was 11-for13 for 207 yards and six TDs, to five different receivers. Roanoke held the ball for 40 of the game's 60 minutes.
ARKANSAS 88, Greensboro 33 (12364)
Augusta 60, PENSACOLA 48 (8044) - Augusta outscored Pensacola, 33-17, in the fourth quarter to hand the Barracudas their first home loss of the season.
Tennessee Valley 37, TULSA 32 (6250)
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Augusta           7  2 0  .778 471 318 Quad City         8  0 0 1.000 561 230
Carolina          7  2 0  .778 460 370 Tennessee Valley  7  2 0  .778 447 298
Jacksonville      5  3 0  .625 345 328 Pensacola         6  3 0  .667 415 408
Norfolk           4  4 0  .500 312 364 Arkansas          4  4 0  .500 463 332
Charleston        3  5 0  .375 324 398 Birmingham        4  5 0  .444 333 415
Richmond          1  7 0  .125 245 348 Tulsa             4  5 0  .444 436 460
Roanoke           1  7 0  .125 294 425 Tallahassee       2  7 0  .222 436 518
Greensboro        1  8 0  .111 152 494
Bye - Charleston
FRIDAY JUNE 9
Quad City 61, RICHMOND 30 (5012) - The Quad City defense made two goal line stands, blocked a FG and returned an interception for a TD, while WR Shon King overcame food poisoning to catch his 12th TD of the season.
TALLAHASSEE 51, Charleston 46 (5236) - Thunder WR/SB James Dickerson was named Ironman of the Week due to six receptions for 111 yards and three TDs on offense, to go with nine tackles on defense.
BIRMINGHAM 58, Arkansas 55 (7854) - John Dollar caught seven passes for 107 yards and two TDs to lead Arkansas while K Travis Brawner made four of eight FG attempts in his first game as Twister kicker.
SATURDAY JUNE 10
ROANOKE 45, Greensboro 42 (4787)
NORFOLK 54, Augusta 47 (6138) - Stallions QB Aaron Sparrow threw for 253 yards and six TDs, but his one interception was returned by Doug Seidenstricker for the TD that was the difference.
Tulsa 64, PENSACOLA 44 (6968) - Tulsa outscored Pensacola, 26-6, in the fourth quarter to end a three-game losing streak. The defense picked off Tulsa QB Bobby Clayton twice in the pivotal quarter.
TENNESSEE VALLEY 45, Jacksonville 22 (5079)
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Carolina          7  2 0  .778 460 370 Quad City         9  0 0 1.000 622 260
Augusta           7  3 0  .700 518 372 Tennessee Valley  8  2 0  .800 492 320
Jacksonville      5  4 0  .556 367 373 Pensacola         6  4 0  .600 459 472
Norfolk           5  4 0  .556 366 411 Birmingham        5  5 0  .500 391 470
Charleston        3  6 0  .333 370 449 Tulsa             5  5 0  .500 500 504
Roanoke           2  7 0  .222 339 467 Arkansas          4  5 0  .444 518 390
Richmond          1  8 0  .111 275 409 Tallahassee       3  7 0  .300 487 564
Greensboro        1  9 0  .100 194 539
Bye - Carolina
FRIDAY JUNE 16
RICHMOND 45, Tallahassee 37 (5032) - Days after the playoff field was expanded from 4 to 8, the Thunder took a 23-6 lead but five turnovers, including three Shane Stafford interceptions, allowed Richmond to rally.
AUGUSTA 73, Roanoke 38 (5218)
JACKSONVILLE 56, Pensacola 41 (8268) - Jacksonville opened a 15-point lead in the 3rd quarter thanks to two Jeff McRone to Bobby Williams TD passes, and held on for the win.
SATURDAY JUNE 17
NORFOLK 47, Carolina 34 (4863) - QB Damone Scott tossed for 232 yards and six TDs - three to Doug Seidenstricker - as Norfolk took a 28-0 lead and won their fifth straight at home.
TULSA 57, Birmingham 50 (6920)
TENN VALLEY 56, Charleston 21 (6536)
QUAD CITY 47, Arkansas 20 (9010) - Quad City QB Billy Dicken threw for 222 yards and five TDs, one a 45-yarder to Shon King, as the Steamwheelers remained perfect.
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Augusta           8  3 0  .727 591 410 Quad City        10  0 0 1.000 669 280
Carolina          7  3 0  .700 494 417 Tennessee Valley  9  2 0  .818 548 341
Jacksonville      6  4 0  .600 423 414 Pensacola         6  5 0  .545 500 528
Norfolk           6  4 0  .600 413 445 Tulsa             6  5 0  .545 557 554
Charleston        3  7 0  .300 391 505 Birmingham        5  6 0  .455 441 527
Richmond          2  8 0  .200 320 446 Arkansas          4  6 0  .400 538 437
Roanoke           2  8 0  .200 477 540 Tallahassee       3  8 0  .273 524 609
Greensboro        1  9 0  .100 194 539
Bye - Greensboro
SATURDAY JUNE 24
Norfolk 67, ROANOKE 48 (3020)
RICHMOND 36, Greensboro 31 (6951)
BIRMINGHAM 56, Tulsa 45 (8217)
Pensacola 55, CAROLINA 52 (OT) (11206) - Despite leading by 15 in the fourth quarter and for most of the game, Carolina saw K Brian Reeves nail a 22-yard field goal to end Pensacola's three-game losing skid.
Arkansas 74, JACKSONVILLE 48 (8288)
QUAD CITY 51, Tenn Valley 37 (9201) - Steamwheelers QB Billy Dicken threw for 252 yards and three TDs, and ran for two more, as Quad City became the first team to clinch a playoff berth.
Tallahassee 54, CHARLESTON 24 (6166) - QB Shane Stafford threw for 338 yards and eight TDs - four to WR Carl Bond, who caught nine passes for 201 yards, to lead the Thunder.
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Augusta           8  3 0  .727 591 410 X-Quad City      11  0 0 1.000 720 317
Carolina          7  4 0  .636 547 472 Tennessee Valley  9  3 0  .750 585 392
Norfolk           7  4 0  .636 480 493 Pensacola         7  5 0  .583 555 580
Jacksonville      6  5 0  .545 471 488 Birmingham        6  6 0  .500 497 572
Charleston        3  8 0  .273 415 559 Tulsa             6  6 0  .500 602 610
Richmond          3  8 0  .273 356 477 Arkansas          5  6 0  .455 612 485
Roanoke           2  9 0  .182 525 607 Tallahassee       4  8 0  .333 578 633
Greensboro        1 10 0  .091 225 575 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Augusta
FRIDAY JUNE 30
Quad City 70, PENSACOLA 26 (5741) - Quad City QB Billy Dicken threw for six TDs, while Pensacola backup QB Steve Fill tossed three interceptions, all to Clarence Thompson.
AUGUSTA 87, Greensboro 21 (4440) - Augusta took over the No. 2 playoff seed with the easy win while the Vipers were losing.
JACKSONVILLE 34, Tennessee Valley 30 (8265)
SATURDAY JULY 1
Birmingham 61, ROANOKE 43 (2187)
ARKANSAS 59, Tulsa 56 (11262)
NORFOLK 61, Charleston 23 (5180) - QB Damone Scott threw for four TDs, two to Doug Siedenstricker, as Norfolk scored three TDs in the fourth quarter, including a 23-yard interception return by Lydell Finely, to pull away.
Richmond 47, CAROLINA 44 (10657)
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
X-Augusta         9  3 0  .750 678 431 Z-Quad City      12  0 0 1.000 790 343
X-Norfolk         8  4 0  .667 541 516 Tennessee Valley  9  4 0  .692 615 436
Carolina          7  5 0  .583 591 519 Birmingham        7  6 0  .538 558 615
Jacksonville      7  5 0  .583 505 518 Pensacola         7  6 0  .538 581 650
Richmond          4  8 0  .333 403 521 Arkansas          6  6 0  .500 671 541
Charleston        3  9 0  .250 438 620 Tulsa             6  7 0  .462 658 669
Roanoke           2 10 0  .167 568 668 Tallahassee       4  8 0  .333 578 633
Greensboro        1 11 0  .083 246 662
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Tallahassee
FRIDAY JULY 7
RICHMOND 49, Norfolk 28 (6028) - Richmond, which started 0-7, has gone 5-1 since, thanks to a late TD catch by Rashad Joyner and TD interception return by Tyrone Laster.
Augusta 56, TALLAHASSEE 54 (5342) - Chris Chambers hit a 28-yard FG with nine seconds left to eliminate the Thunder from the playoff race and Augusta remained in the second seed.
Carolina 48, GREENSBORO 33 (4039)
SATURDAY JULY 8
Jacksonville 27, CHARLESTON 23 (4749)
ROANOKE 57, Pensacola 53 (2220) - Roanoke pulled off the upset tanks to a 30-yard TD pass with eight second to play from Will Burch to Charles Briggs.
Quad City 62, TENN VALLEY 36 (6878) - Billy Dicken threw for 237 yards and four TDs, and ran for two more scores, as the Steamwheeler won their 13th straight.
TULSA 55, Arkansas 41 (7096)
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
X-Augusta        10  3 0  .769 734 485 Z-Quad City      13  0 0 1.000 852 379
Carolina          8  5 0  .615 639 552 Tennessee Valley  9  5 0  .643 651 498
Jacksonville      8  5 0  .615 532 541 Birmingham        7  6 0  .538 558 615
Norfolk           8  5 0  .615 569 565 Pensacola         7  7 0  .500 634 707
Richmond          5  8 0  .385 452 549 Tulsa             7  7 0  .500 713 710
Charleston        3 10 0  .231 461 647 Arkansas          6  7 0  .462 712 596
Roanoke           3 10 0  .231 625 721 Tallahassee       4  9 0  .308 632 689
Greensboro        1 12 0  .077 279 710
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth  
Bye - Birmingham
FRIDAY JULY 21
TALLAHASSEE 51, Carolina 49 (4632) - The Thunder held on thanks to Earnest Certain who made several key defensive plays in the final seconds to seal the upset.
AUGUSTA 53, Richmond 38 (4737) - Speed QB Bob Bees threw for 278 yards and six TDs as Richmond trailed 30-6 at halftime and tried to rally for the upset.
SATURDAY JULY 22
JACKSONVILLE 73, Roanoke 41 (8263)
NORFOLK 46, Tennessee Valley 45 (6063) - In his first game with the Nighthawks, K Kraig Baker nailed a 29-yard FG with eight seconds to play, while QB Sal Cardella threw for 298 yards and six TDs.
Charleston 61, GREENSBORO 41 (6438)
QUAD CITY 82, Birmingham 21 (8621) - Billy Dicken threw for five TDs and ran for another as the Steamwheeler became the first arena football team to score 1,000 points in a season.
Pensacola 41, ARKANSAS 27 (16058) - Pensacola took a 25-point first half lead and rolled to the win and clinched a playoff berth.
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Z-Augusta        12  3 0  .800 835 559 Z-Quad City     15  0 0 1.000 1007 437
X-Jacksonville    9  6 0  .600 646 643 X-Tenn Valley   10  6 0  .625  757 594
X-Norfolk         9  6 0  .600 635 654 Pensacola        8  7 0  .533  675 734
X-Carolina        8  7 0  .533 724 651 Tulsa            8  7 0  .533  778 747
Richmond          6  9 0  .400 541 635 Arkansas         7  8 0  .467  800 678
Charleston        4 11 0  .267 559 753 Birmingham       7  8 0  .467  629 758
Roanoke           3 12 0  .200 699 845 Tallahassee      5 10 0  .333  720 811
Greensboro        2 13 0  .133 364 791
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Tulsa
FRIDAY JULY 28
Tulsa 63, TALLAHASSEE 60 (5307) - Thunder WR Carl Bond caught a league-record 17 passes for 277 yards and four TDs, but Tulsa held on to clinch a playoff berth.
Carolina 64, PENSACOLA 48 (6130) - Rhinos QB Chris Wallace threw for 258 yards and five TDs and dropped Pensacola to the 8th seed in the upcoming playoffs.
RICHMOND 52, Roanoke 20 (7021)
AUGUSTA 49, Charleston 26 (5058)
SATURDAY JULY 29
Quad City 67, BIRMINGHAM 37 (9663) - Quad Cities scored 41 first-half points on only four offensive possessions, while backup QB Mike Gluski threw for 221 yards and five TDs in his first start.
GREENSBORO 43, Arkansas 40 (6705)
NORFOLK 37, Jacksonville 28 (7331) - Norfolk has only 169 yards in offense, but held the Tomcats to 189 yards, clinching a home playoff game for the Nighthawks.
AMERICAN                               NATIONAL
Z-Augusta        13  3 0  .813 884 585 Z-Quad City     16  0 0 1.000 1074 474
X-Norfolk        10  6 0  .625 672 682 X-Tenn Valley   10  6 0  .625  757 584
X-Carolina        9  7 0  .563 788 699 X-Tulsa          9  7 0  .563  841 808
X-Jacksonville    9  7 0  .563 674 680 X-Pensacola      8  8 0  .500  723 795
Richmond          7  9 0  .438 610 663 Birmingham       7  9 0  .438  666 825
Charleston        4 12 0  .250 585 802 Arkansas         7  9 0  .438  840 721
Roanoke           3 13 0  .188 619 897 Tallahassee      5 11 0  .313  780 874
Greensboro        3 13 0  .188 407 831
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Tennessee Valley
2001 AFL 2 PLAYOFFS- CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS
Tuesday August 1 - AUGUSTA (13-3) 76, Carolina (9-7) 64 (2600) - 
Tuesday August 1 - TENNESSEE VALLEY (10-6) 49, Tulsa (9-7) 28 (3814) - 
Wednesday August 2 - NORFOLK (10-6) 41, Jacksonville (9-7) 28 (2957) - Sal Cardella threw for 211 yards and three TDs to lead the Nighthakws, while Tomcats QB Jeff McRone completed only seven of 14 passes and was intercepted three times before he was pulled for Lee Kuberacki.
Wednesday August 2 - QUAD CITY (16-0) 55, Pensacola (8-8) 19 (5007) - Quad City QB Billy Dicken completed 15 of 19 passes for 237 yards and six TDs as the Steamwheelers remained perfect.
CONFERENCE FINALS
Saturday August 5 - Tennessee Valley (11-6) 47, AUGUSTA (14-3) 40 (3080) - 
Sunday August 6 - QUAD CITY (17-0) 75, Norfolk (11-6) 27 (5526) - Quad City took a 34-10 first half lead, then Xavier Patterson returned the second half KO for a TD as the Steamwheeler poured on 41 more points in the second half for the easy win.
ARENA CUP I (Thursday August 10, 2000 at Quad City - 9,201)
QUAD CITY (18-0) 68, TENNESSEE VALLEY VIPERS (12-6) 59 - Before a sell out crowd of 9,201 and a national television audience on TNN at The MARK in Moline, IL, the hometown Quad City Steamwheelers culminated the inaugural season of arenafootball2 with a 19-0 record, defeating the Tennessee Valley Vipers, 68-59 in ArenaCup 2000. The game started in typical dominating Steamwheeler fashion with a 54-yard touchdown return on the opening kickoff by Shon King. The teams traded touchdowns until the half which saw Quad City holding a 10-point lead, 41-31. Tennessee Valley received the ball to start the second half, and scored 21 unanswered points to take a 52-41 lead at the 11:04 mark of the third quarter, including a fumbled recovery on a kickoff by Ronald Bonner. The Steamwheelers had never trailed at home by more than seven points all season. King responded with a 57-yard kickoff return to close the gap to four points, and a 53-yard missed field goal return to give the Steamwheelers the lead again, 55-52 with 5:46 remaining in the third. In the third, Tennessee Valley gained 109 passing yards to Quad City’s zero. Viper QB Bryan Snyder threw his sixth touchdown pass of the night, a 16-yarder to Bobby Washington to once again take back the lead for Tennessee Valley, 59-55 at 20 seconds left in the third. The Steamwheelers then locked up their first championship by shutting out Tennessee Valley in the final 15 minutes scoring two touchdowns, including a 37-yard strike from Billy Dicken to Xavier Patterson, the league’s Ironman of the Year, and one yard plunge by Dicken with under a minute remaining. King led the Steamwheelers with 338 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns, including three on returns. Dicken finished 14-of-18 for 231 yards and four touchdowns. Patterson, Ironman of he the Game, added 135 all-purpose yards, five tackles, and one pass defense. For the Vipers, Snyder completed 32-of-50 passes for 379 yards and six touchdowns, but was sacked three times. OS Kelly Fields and Washington combined for 17 catches for 229 yards and four touchdowns. 
Minnesota Purple Rage (5-9)
Head Coach: Jeff Jarnigan
Passing Leader: Colby Vogt (1337)
Rushing Leader: Ricardo Jones (291)
Receiving Leader: Ryan Hubbard (36-323)
La Crosse River Rats (2-12)
Head Coach: Willis Jacox (0-8)/Craig Newsome (2-3)/John Schimon (0-1)
Passing Leader: Jamie Sellers (746)
Rushing Leader: Doby Howard (226)
Receiving Leader: Ben Antony (44-590)
Erie Invaders (6-8)
Head Coach: Gary Tufford
Passing Leader: Chris Weibel (959)
Rushing Leader: Rafael Cooper (831)
Receiving Leader: J.T. Kirk (36-375)
Johnston Jackals (3-11)
Head Coach: Jerry Davitch
Passing Leader: Justin Myers (1691)
Rushing Leader: Terrance Wilson (429)
Receiving Leader: Jeremy Burkett (55-661)/Quentin Robinson (55-561)
Flint Flames (2-12)
Head Coach: Reggie Mathis
Passing Leader: Ryan Swailes (733)
Rushing Leader: Darrell Dixon (465)
Receiving Leader: Chris Barnett (41-481)
Bismarck Blaze (11-3)
Head Coach: Collins Sanders
Passing Leader: Quentin Cradle (1290)
Rushing Leader: Danny Ragsdale (1056)
Receiving Leader: Quentin Cradle (46-434)
Black Hills Machine (10-4)
Head Coach: Jeff Hamilton
Passing Leader: Terrance Bryant (2290)
Rushing Leader: Britt Margaux (467)
Receiving Leader: Omar Zuniga (75-775)
Casper Cavalry (9-5)
Head Coach: Chris Stein
Passing Leader: Richard Fuentes (2168)
Rushing Leader: Anthony Simmons (765)
Receiving Leader: Darcel Sharp (58-692)
Billings Thunderbolts (8-6)
Head Coach: Mitch Donahue
Passing Leader: Joshua Wallwork (2926)
Rushing Leader: DeShawn Fontleroy (424)
Receiving Leader: Marcus Harris (115-1194)
Fargo Freeze (1-13)
Head Coach: Bill Charles (0-4)/Bob Canny (1-9)
Passing Leader: Kip Kieso (1136)
Rushing Leader: Johnny Tavake (291)
Receiving Leader: Brian Roberson (37-379)
Topeka Knights/Kings (10-4) *
Head Coach: John Cervino
Passing Leader: Derrick Brown (1261)
Rushing Leader: Mike Lawrence (419)
Receiving Leader: Brent Bardelli (35-427)
* - The team named was changed to the Kings in early June.
Sioux City Attack (9-5)
Head Coach: Jim Anderson
Passing Leader: Jarr DeGeorgia (1595)
Rushing Leader: Jason Graham (425)
Receiving Leader: Jon Elder (45-599)
Sioux Falls Cobras (8-6)
Head Coach: Aaron Bentley (6-5)/Mike Aldrich (2-1)
Passing Leader: Andy Jepson (1043)
Rushing Leader: Tom Skoog (567)
Receiving Leader: Kalen DeBoer (70-772)
Wichita Warlords (4-10)
Head Coach: Troy Biladeau
Passing Leader: Sean Ponder (848)
Rushing Leader: J.J. Smith (305)
Receiving Leader: Rodney Smith (46-618)
ADDED: Bismarck Blaze, Black Hills Machine, Billings Thunderbolts, Casper Calvary, Erie Invaders, Fargo Freeze, Flint Flames, Johnstown Jackals, La Crosse River Rats, Minnesota Purple Rage, Sioux City Attack, Sioux Falls Cobras and Wichita Warlords CHANGING NAMES: Topeka Knights became Kings during season

FRIDAY MARCH 31
LINCOLN 40, Sioux City 27 (4937) - Lightning QB Josh Luedtke completed 14 of 22 passes for 138 yards and two TDs, before he left the game late in the third quarter with a sprained knee
SATURDAY APRIL 1
Duluth 29, MINNESOTA 28 (2735) - Duluth scored 23 second-half points to pull out the win. Lumberjacks’ QB Sean Hoolihan connected with Chester Lewis with 4:02 left for an 18-yard score that proved to be the game-winner
Erie 38, DAYTON 29 (1511) - The Skyhawks were disappointed with the crowd, as Baron Dockery put Dayton back to within 32-29 on a 2-yard TD run with 3:08 left, but the Invaders won on Johnny Smith's third TD pass
Green Bay 51, LA CROSSE 26 (3692) - RB Marquette Smith ran for 73 yards and four TDs as the defending champions ruined the River Rats' debut. QB Rob Slavens threw for two TDs in the losing cause
Steel Valley 49, FLINT 47 (3054)
SUNDAY APRIL 2
PEORIA 46, Madison 20 (8176) - Peoria scored early on a 12-yard pass from QB Gary Porter to WR Eldren Milton. Porter ran six yards for the Pirates' first touchdown of the season. Madison RB Brent Moss ran for 62 yards
MONDAY APRIL 3
Black Hills 41, FARGO 30 (3926) - Black Hills scored the last three TDs of the game to come back from a 30-22 deficit to win as QB Terrance Bryant threw for 165 yards and three TDs, two in the fourth quarter.
CASPER 57, Wichita 14 (3973) - Casper trailed 14-10 then scored the last 43 points of the game, thanks to QB Richard Fuentes, who threw for 156 yards and four TDs.
Sioux Falls 44, BISMARCK 30 (5016) - While the Blaze missed five PATs, one FG and botched a punt and kickoff, Cobras K Pete Sanchez made 5 of 6 PATs and a 25-yard FG to seal the win.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Duluth            1  0 0 1.000  29  28 Black Hills       1  0 0 1.000  41  30
GREEN BAY         1  0 0 1.000  51  26 Casper            1  0 0 1.000  57  14
Peoria            1  0 0 1.000  46  20 Billings          0  0 0  .000   0   0
La Crosse         0  1 0  .000  26  51 Bismarck          0  1 0  .000  30  44
Madison           0  1 0  .000  20  46 Fargo             0  1 0  .000  30  41
Minnesota         0  1 0  .000  28  29 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Lincoln           1  0 0 1.000  40  27
Erie              1  0 0 1.000  38  29 Sioux Falls       1  0 0 1.000  44  30
Steel Valley      1  0 0 1.000  49  47 Topeka            0  0 0  .000   0   0
Johnstown         0  0 0  .000   0   0 Sioux City        0  1 0  .000  27  40
Dayton            0  1 0  .000  29  38 Wichita           0  1 0  .000  14  57
Bye - Billings, Topeka, Johnstown
FRIDAY APRIL 7
Bismarck 36, CASPER 30 (5019) - Calvary QB Richard Fuentes fumbled in his end zone, resulting in a Blaze TD which gave them their first lead of the second half and hold on for their first win. 
LINCOLN 61, Fargo 34 (4805) - TDs on their first six possessions helped the Lightning cruise. Those six TDs, along with an 18-yard INT return for a TD by LB Ben Buettenback, gave Lincoln a 48- 14 halftime lead
SATURDAY APRIL 8
Billings 70, BLACK HILLS 53 (6805) - Billings won its first game as QB Josh Wallwork threw for 235 yards and eight TDs, as the Thunderbolts outscored the Machine, 22-6, in the final quarter.
DAYTON 34, Flint 26 (1712) - Flint was only 6 yards from the end zone midway through the fourth when Mansfield Dinkins smothered Robert Hunt's fourth-down pass. Dayton QB Danny Smith threw 3 TD passes
ERIE 35, Johnstown 24 (4963) - Johnstown tailed 27-24 at the half and was held scoreless the rest of the game in losing their franchise debut.
MINNESOTA 39, La Crosse 13 (2674) - The Rage  scored in nearly every way. QB Colby Vogt ran for a TD and threw one to Jamie Oliver. Crawford Jordan returned a kick for a score, but the defense stole this show
Peoria 41, WICHITA 26 (4942) - The Pirate defense held Wichita to 9 yards rushing and 57 passing, while Kenneth Bouie and James Jackson scored TDs on blocked punt recoveries in the end zone.
Sioux City 47, SIOUX FALLS 31 (4800) - The Attack rushed for 132 yards, led by RB Jeff Stovall who scored three TDs. The defense limited Sioux Falls to 79 yards rushing and 106 yards passing.
TOPEKA 38, Green Bay 29 (5317) - The Knights' defense held Green Bay to just nine first-half points and created great field position that Mike Lawrence converted into three TDs as Topeka jumped to a 26-9 halftime lead.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria            2  0 0 1.000  87  46 Billings          1  0 0 1.000  70  53
Duluth            1  0 0 1.000  29  28 Bismarck          1  1 0  .500  66  74
GREEN BAY         1  1 0  .500  80  64 Black Hills       1  1 0  .500  94 100
Minnesota         1  1 0  .500  67  42 Casper            1  1 0  .500  87  50
Madison           0  1 0  .000  20  46 Fargo             0  2 0  .000  64 102
La Crosse         0  2 0  .000  39  90 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Lincoln           2  0 0 1.000 101  61
Erie              2  0 0 1.000  73  63 Topeka            1  0 0 1.000  38  29
Steel Valley      1  0 0 1.000  49  47 Sioux City        1  1 0  .500  74  71
Dayton            1  1 0  .500  63  64 Sioux Falls       1  1 0  .500  75  77
Johnstown         0  1 0  .000  24  35 Wichita           0  2 0  .000  40  98
Flint             0  2 0  .000  73  83
Bye - Duluth, Madison, Steel Valley
FRIDAY APRIL 14
GREEN BAY 53, Madison 27 (3180) - Marquette Smith rushed for 98 yards and three TDs to lead the Bombers. About the only bright spot for the Mad Dogs was that they scored first on a Brent Moss 1-yard plunge
SIOUX FALLS 61, Lincoln 56 (3269) - Lincoln QB Josh Luedtke was stopped at the one with 39 seconds left. Lincoln led 21-0 after the first quarter and 28-10 at halftime, before the Cobras outscored Lincoln 34-7 in the third
SATURDAY APRIL 15
CASPER 32, Black Hills 22 (5913) - Casper held the Machine to seven 2nd half points. forced five turnovers and used a 9-yard Richard Fuentes-to-Corey Books TD pass in the final 90 seconds to seal the win.
DAYTON 57, Billings 52 (1683) - Before another slim crowd, RB Baron Dockery rushed for 109 yards and three TDs in a week where Skyhawk GM Mike Sprague resigned
JOHNSTOWN 58, Duluth 57 (3775)
Peoria 67, LA CROSSE 28 (4017) - Peoria RB Jamie Lee rushed for three TDs to lead the Pirates to a 31-6 halftime lead. Peoria rang up 150 yards on the ground and 106 though the air
TOPEKA 38, Steel Valley 15 (3612) - With the exceptions of his two TD runs, Smash QB Raymond Marrow had a tough time, completing 8 of 20 attempts for 60 yards. Topeka got two second-half touchdowns from QB Jesse Vincent
WICHITA 28, Sioux City 20 (3266) - J.J. Smith scored three TDs to lead the Warlords to their first win. Wichita led 28-6 in the third quarter and hold on as Sioux City failed on a fourth down late in the game.
SUNDAY APRIL 16
FLINT 57, Erie 54 (1282)
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria            3  0 0 1.000 154  74 Casper            2  1 0  .667 119  72
GREEN BAY         2  1 0  .667 133  91 Bismarck          1  1 0  .500  66  74
Minnesota         1  1 0  .500  67  42 Billings          1  1 0  .500 122 110
Duluth            1  1 0  .500  86  86 Black Hills       1  2 0  .333 116 132
Madison           0  2 0  .000  47  99 Fargo             0  2 0  .000  64 102
La Crosse         0  3 0  .000  67 157 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Topeka            2  0 0 1.000  76  44
Dayton            2  1 0  .667 120 116 Lincoln           2  1 0  .667 157 122
Erie              2  1 0  .667 127 120 Sioux Falls       2  1 0  .667 136 133
Johnstown         1  1 0  .500  82  92 Sioux City        1  2 0  .333  94  99
Steel Valley      1  1 0  .500  64  85 Wichita           1  2 0  .333  68 118
Flint             1  2 0  .333 130 137
Bye - Minnesota, Bismarck, Fargo
FRIDAY APRIL 21
Minnesota 48, MADISON 32 (4066) - After a pregame fireworks fire and a falling cable stopping play, the Mad Dogs spotted the Rage a 21-7 lead, giving up three Colby Vogt TD passes and lost their spotty home opener
PEORIA 39, Green Bay 34 (8893) - Pirates QB Johnny Johnson, playing his first game, threw for 137 yards and three TDs and ran for 29 yards and three more TDs, as the Bombers never led in the game.
SIOUX CITY 59, Wichita 27 (2769) - Attack QB Jarrod DeGeorgia threw for 65 yards and three TDs, and led all rushers with 43 yards, as Sioux City avenged a loss to Wichita the previous week. 
SATURDAY APRIL 22
BISMARCK 52, Flint 24 (5517) - Blaze RB Quentin Cradle ran for 198 yards and four TDs as Bismarck romped with a team rushing total of 252 yards on 32 carries.
BLACK HILLS 55, Topeka 27 (5912) - Black Hills scored on its first seven possessions and added a defensive TD. RB Britt Mirgaux rushed for 74 yards and two TDs in the first half to help stake Black Hills to a 41-13 lead
ERIE 49, La Crosse 34 (4111) - Erie was led by Raphael Cooper (109 yards on 23 carries, four TDs) and Craig Woodard (36 yards rushing, two TDs) and kept La Crosse winless.
Lincoln 69, DULUTH 28 (2300) - RB Cletus Johnson ran for 125 yards and four TDs as the Lightning rolled to a 35-8 halftime lead and was never threatened
Sioux Falls 47, FARGO 26 (3389) - Tom Skoog rushed for three TDs and Bobby Perkins intercepted two passes as the Cobras struck for five straight TDs to stay tied for first.
STEEL VALLEY 21, Johnstown 19 (4818)
SUNDAY APRIL 23
BILLINGS 46, Casper 35 (6076) - Ty O'Connor led the Billings defense with 3 1/2 sacks and two QB hurries as the Thunder Bolts won the first indoor football game in Montana history.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria            4  0 0 1.000 193 108 Bismarck          2  1 0  .667 118  98
Minnesota         2  1 0  .667 115  74 Billings          2  1 0  .667 168 145
GREEN BAY         2  2 0  .500 167 130 Black Hills       2  2 0  .500 171 159
Duluth            1  2 0  .333 114 155 Casper            2  2 0  .500 154 118
Madison           0  3 0  .000  79 147 Fargo             0  3 0  .000  90 149
La Crosse         0  4 0  .000 101 206 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Lincoln           3  1 0  .750 226 150
Erie              3  1 0  .750 176 154 Sioux Falls       3  1 0  .750 183 159
Dayton            2  1 0  .667 120 116 Topeka            2  1 0  .667 103  99
Steel Valley      2  1 0  .667  85 104 Sioux City        2  2 0  .500 153 126
Johnstown         1  2 0  .333 101 113 Wichita           1  3 0  .250  95 177
Flint             1  3 0  .250 154 189
Bye - Dayton
FRIDAY APRIL 28
GREEN BAY 63, Erie 50 (2606) - Green Bay QB Brian Tomalak completed 10 of 14 passes for 128 yards and three TDs to lead the Bombers.
LINCOLN 66, Casper 43 (4918) - Lincoln led 40-29 at the half after they scored 13 points in the final 16 seconds of the first half. They went on to score on its first four possessions of the second half
MADISON 56, La Crosse 27 (2638) - QB Jay McDonagh, intercepted six times in last week's loss to Minnesota, guided the Mad Dogs to TDs on seven of their first eight possessions and their first win
SATURDAY APRIL 29
Billings 59, FARGO 33 (2800) - Josh Wallwork shredded the Freeze with seven TD passes- Chris Horn catching 12 passes for 118 yards and three TDs. Marcus Harris and Neil McDannald also scored twice.
Dayton 58, FLINT 21 (1208) - The Skyhawks scored 31 unanswered points in the second half. The score was 27-20 at halftime in Dayton's favor thanks to  Birdie Dockery, who had three of the Skyhawk TDs
Peoria 25, MINNESOTA 21 (2303) - The Pirates connected on a 9-yard TD pass with 11 seconds left. The Rage never trailed until that final TD, and QB Colby Vogt’s final pass was intercepted in the end zone
SIOUX CITY 57, Bismarck 49 (2173) - Matt Hughes returned an interception 14 yards for a TD with 1:35 to go to clinch the win, and made 17 tackles to lead the Attack defense.
Sioux Falls 44, JOHNSTOWN 37 (3121) - Andy Jepson threw a 3-yard TD pass to Tom Skoog with 23 seconds left to win. Johnstown had tied the game thanks to Jermaine Carswell's 32-fumble return for a TD.
Steel Valley 46, DULUTH 35 (3100)
Topeka 47, WICHITA 33 (3788) - After 23 straight second-quarter points, the Knights saw Wichita score the next 19 points and trailed by only three in the third. A 1-yard Michael Lawrence run sealed the win
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria            5  0 0 1.000 218 129 Billings          3  1 0  .750 227 178
GREEN BAY         3  2 0  .600 230 180 Bismarck          2  2 0  .500 167 155
Minnesota         2  2 0  .500 136  99 Black Hills       2  2 0  .500 171 159
Duluth            1  3 0  .250 149 201 Casper            2  3 0  .400 197 184
Madison           1  3 0  .250 135 174 Fargo             0  4 0  .000 123 208
La Crosse         0  5 0  .000 128 262 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Lincoln           4  1 0  .800 249 193
Dayton            3  1 0  .750 178 137 Sioux Falls       4  1 0  .800 227 196
Steel Valley      3  1 0  .750 131 139 Topeka            3  1 0  .750 150 132
Erie              3  2 0  .600 226 217 Sioux City        3  2 0  .600 210 175
Johnstown         1  3 0  .250 138 157 Wichita           1  4 0  .200 128 224
Flint             1  4 0  .200 175 247
Bye - Black Hills
FRIDAY MAY 5 
BILLINGS 60, Madison 33 (5193) - Chris Horn caught five TD passes and ran for anther as Billings outscored Madison 33-13 in the second half. The Mad Dogs dressed just 17 players for the game.
LINCOLN 49, Wichita 13 (4718) - Lincoln held Wichita to 30 yards and no points in the second half. IFL scoring leader Clester Johnson led the Lightning with four TDs - two by rushing and two in the air.
STEEL VALLEY 40, Erie 28      
SATURDAY MAY 6
BISMARCK 52, Black Hills 51 (4740) - Bismarck QB Danny Ragsdale scored on a 7-yard run with 51 seconds to play, then hit Quentin Cradle with a 22-yard TD pass after Black Hills had regained the lead.
DAYTON 41, Johnstown 20 (1605) - Dayton QB Danny Smith completed only four of 13 passes, but two were for TDs - to Birdie Dockery and Wendell Glover - but also ran for two TDs on three attempts.
Duluth 29, LA CROSSE 19 (1978) - Duluth led 20-0 after the first 8 minutes, then La Crosse QB Jamie Sellers threw two TD passes as the River Rats tried to rally.
Green Bay 62, FLINT 21 (1500) - Marquette Smith ran for five TDs, and Ryan Hinske caught three TD passes from Brian Tomalak, as the Bombers led 28-7 at halftime and won easily.
PEORIA 59, Minnesota 13 (9533) - Gary Porter came back after a month off due to a groin pull and passed for 222 yards and five TDs, two to Eldren Milton, as the Pirates remained perfect.
TOPEKA 31, Sioux City 24 (OT) - Derrick Brown's 4-yard TD pass to Mike Dritlein gave Topeka the win, then held Topeka on their OT possession. Attack K Adam Kennett missed a 25-yard FG with 1 second left.
MONDAY MAY 8
CASPER 64, Fargo 43 (3521) - Casper RB Anthony Simmons ran for 86 yards and four TDs as the two teams combined for 38 points in a wild fourth quarter.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria            6  0 0 1.000 277 142 Billings          4  1 0  .800 287 211
GREEN BAY         4  2 0  .667 292 201 Bismarck          3  2 0  .600 219 206
Duluth            2  3 0  .400 190 221 Casper            3  3 0  .500 261 227
Minnesota         2  3 0  .400 149 158 Black Hills       2  3 0  .400 222 211
Madison           1  4 0  .200 168 234 Fargo             0  5 0  .000 170 272
La Crosse         0  6 0  .000 147 291 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Lincoln           5  1 0  .833 298 206
Dayton            4  1 0  .800 219 157 Sioux Falls       4  1 0  .800 227 204
Steel Valley      4  1 0  .800 171 167 Topeka            4  1 0  .800 181 156
Erie              3  3 0  .500 254 257 Sioux City        3  3 0  .500 234 206
Johnstown         1  4 0  .200 162 198 Wichita           1  5 0  .167 141 273
Flint             1  5 0  .167 196 309
Bye - Sioux Falls
Madison 37, LA CROSSE 25 (2004) - Madison RB Brent Moss ran for two TDs, two days after being arrested for drunk driving, and Enrico Grayer caught three TD passes to lead the Mad Dogs.
Peoria 58, DULUTH 52 (2200) - Peoria remained perfect as QB Gary Porter tossed four TD passes and RB Dexter Ford ran for 4 TDs and 27 yards on 10 carries. The Pirates scored the last three TDs of the game.
Sioux City 57, JOHNSTOWN 47 (2339) - Jarrod DeGeorgia scored two TDs in the final quarter before being ejected from the game, along with a Johnstown player.
STEEL VALLEY 30, Dayton 27 (OT) (3671) - Danny Smith threw two TD passes, but i wasn't enough as the Smash won in overtime.
Topeka 27, SIOUX FALLS 21 (3297) - Roy Stone grabbed a 14-yard TD pass with 21.8 seconds remaining to give Topeka first place in their division, after the Cobras came back from a 21-7 deficit.
MONDAY MAY 22
Casper 40, FLINT 34 (1150) - Anthony Simmons ran for 83 yards and three TDs, and Aldwin Lance ran for two more TDs, as the Calvary reached .500.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria            8  0 0 1.000 406 207 Billings          5  2 0  .714 363 296
GREEN BAY         5  2 0  .714 365 251 Bismarck          4  3 0  .571 303 286
Madison           3  4 0  .429 254 283 Black Hills       4  3 0  .571 313 304
Minnesota         3  4 0  .429 222 234 Casper            4  4 0  .500 324 305
Duluth            2  5 0  .286 292 352 Fargo             1  6 0  .143 225 326
La Crosse         0  8 0  .000 185 399 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Topeka            6  1 0  .857 259 224
Steel Valley      5  2 0  .714 252 263 Lincoln           6  2 0  .750 373 292
Dayton            4  3 0  .571 292 235 Sioux Falls       5  2 0  .714 292 254
Erie              4  4 0  .500 337 371 Sioux City        5  3 0  .625 321 265
Flint             1  6 0  .143 230 349 Wichita           1  7 0  .125 235 370
Johnstown         1  6 0  .143 242 304
Bye - Green Bay
FRIDAY MAY 26
BISMARCK 42, Fargo 19 (4460) - Quentin Cradle ran for three TDs and caught two more to lead the Blaze, who cashed in on three consecutive turnovers to roll.
CASPER 68, Billings 65 (4432) - The Cavalry overcame a 21-7 deficit and won thanks to Anthony Simmons' 46-yard TD run in the final two minutes. Billings RB DeShawn Foterloy rushed for 6 TDs.
Lincoln 53, GREEN BAY 43 (2883) - Josh Luedtke tossed six TD passes, four to Frenchie Buckner, as Lincoln overcame Marquette Smith's 83 yards rushing and three TDs for Green Bay.
Peoria 62, MADISON 59 (OT) (2530) - Despite leading 39-31 at the half and outgaining the Pirates, 314-219 yards, the Mad Dogs fell as Peoria K Todd Kurz kicked a 41-yard FG in overtime for the win.
SATURDAY MAY 27
Black Hills 35, LA CROSSE 29 (2808) - New head coach Craig Newsome couldn't spark the River Rats to their first win, as Black Hills held the ball for the final 1:55 to clinch the win.
ERIE 62, Flint 29 (3569) - Erie RB Rafael Cooper ran for 70 yards and two TDs, as the Invaders outscored Flint 34-12 in the second half.
Minnesota 63, DULUTH 56 (2050) - Colby Vogt ran for three TDs, including a 5-yarder with less than a minute remaining, as Minnesota won the shootout.
Steel Valley 52, JOHNSTOWN 32 (2082) - Dway Schulter ran for 67 yards and two TDs to keep the Smash atop their division.
SIOUX CITY 49, Sioux Falls 35 (2378) - The Attack stormed out to a 32-6 halftime lead and held on to win, thanks to four interceptions of the Cobras.
Topeka 45, DAYTON 31 (1406) - Topeka completed only two passes in the second half, but both were TDs, as they won before the smallest crowd so far this season in Dayton.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Peoria            9  0 0 1.000 468 266 Bismarck          5  3 0  .625 345 305
GREEN BAY         5  3 0  .625 408 304 Black Hills       5  3 0  .625 348 333
Minnesota         4  4 0  .500 285 290 Billings          5  3 0  .625 398 364
Madison           3  5 0  .375 313 345 Casper            5  4 0  .556 392 370
Duluth            2  6 0  .250 348 415 Fargo             1  7 0  .125 244 368
La Crosse         0  9 0  .000 214 434 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Topeka            7  1 0  .875 304 255
Steel Valley      6  2 0  .750 304 298 Lincoln           7  2 0  .778 426 335
Erie              5  4 0  .556 399 400 Sioux City        6  3 0  .667 370 300
Dayton            4  4 0  .500 323 280 Sioux Falls       5  3 0  .625 327 303
Flint             1  7 0  .125 259 411 Wichita           1  7 0  .125 235 370
Johnstown         1  7 0  .125 274 356
Bye - Wichita
SATURDAY JUNE 3
BILLINGS 72, La Crosse 46 (4931) - DeShawn Fontleroy ran for a team-record 106 yards and five TDs, giving him eleven in the last two games, as Billings won easily. 
BISMARCK 87, Casper 26 (4353) - Bismarck RB Quentin Cradle ran for two TDs, Kyhaunn Woods and Brent Lucas scored three times, as the Blaze crossed the goal line 13 times to romp.
BLACK HILLS 37, Dayton 27 (3641) - Black Hills scored the first 23 points of the game, then held on as Dayton rallied thanks to three FGs from Tim Williams.
Green Bay 60, MINNESOTA 57 (1831) - Marquette Smith ran for 139 yards and six TDs, and caught a TD pass from Brian Tomalak, as the Bombers held off the Purple Rage.
Johnstown 63, FLINT 53 (1063) - Johnstown QB Justin Myers threw for six TDs, three to Quent Robinson, and ran for two more scores to lead the Jackals in a battle of the cellar dwellers.
MADISON 57, Duluth 25 (2150) - Newly signed RB Jervon Walton, who replaced Brent Moss, ran for four TDs as the Mad Dogs scored on eight consecutive possessions after falling behind 13-0.
PEORIA 68, Sioux City 35 (9220) - Jack Prall returned two interceptions for TDs and added a recovered kickoff fumble to lead the Pirates, while Eldren Milton ran for three TDs.
STEEL VALLEY 40, Fargo 31 (4012) - Steel Valley scored the last nine points of the game in the fourth quarter to break a tie and win.
TOPEKA 51, Sioux Falls 27 - The newly-named Kings used two turnovers to beat the Cobras for the sixth straight win.
WICHITA 49, Lincoln 46 (3349) - Wichita needed a late fourth down stop to win after nearly blowing a 25-point fourth quarter lead for the upset.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
X-Peoria         10  0 0 1.000 536 301 Bismarck          6  3 0  .667 432 331
GREEN BAY         6  3 0  .667 468 361 Black Hills       6  3 0  .667 385 360
Madison           4  5 0  .444 370 370 Billings          6  3 0  .667 470 410
Minnesota         4  5 0  .444 342 350 Casper            5  5 0  .500 418 457
Duluth            2  7 0  .222 373 472 Fargo             1  8 0  .111 275 408
La Crosse         0 10 0  .000 260 506 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Topeka            8  1 0  .889 355 282
Steel Valley      7  2 0  .778 344 329 Lincoln           7  3 0  .700 472 384
Erie              5  4 0  .556 399 400 Sioux City        6  4 0  .600 405 368
Dayton            4  5 0  .444 350 317 Sioux Falls       5  4 0  .556 354 354
Johnstown         2  7 0  .222 337 409 Wichita           2  7 0  .222 284 416
Flint             1  8 0  .111 312 474 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Erie
FRIDAY JUNE 9
STEEL VALLEY 31, Flint 14 (3533) - Flint scored first, then was held to 50 yards rushing and 65 passing, as the Smash scored the next 25 points to clinch a playoff berth.
SATURDAY JUNE 10
BILLINGS 66, Topeka 55 (4480) - Billings WR Chris Horn caught three TD passes from Josh Wallwork and ran for three more TDs to snap Topeka's six game winning streak.
Bismarck 50, ERIE 36 (2474)
Black Hills 39, SIOUX CITY 36 (1561) - Britt Margaux ran two yards for a TD with 29 seconds to play, and Adam Kennett missed a FG with 1 second left for the tie, after making a 44-yarder with 59 seconds left.
Casper 50, FARGO 14 (1700) - Casper QB Richard Fuentes passed for 212 yards and four TDs as the Cavalry scored the last four TDs of the game to win in a romp.
Dayton 36, JOHNSTOWN 18 (1248) - Birdie Dockery ran for 117 yards and three TDs, and Ronnie Thomas had two interceptions, to help Dayton end a four-game losing streak.
LA CROSSE 38, Minnesota 35 (2720) - La Crosse trailed by 20 points in the fourth quarter then rallied for their first win and won on Ben Antony's 14-yard TD catch with 40 seconds to play.
Madison 66, DULUTH 21 (2100) - Jevron Walton ran for five TDs to ruin the Duluth coaching debut of Dan McCarty, who replaced Ed Holden, who had resigned.
Peoria 40, GREEN BAY 16 (2860) - Marquette Smith set a league record for the longest run from scrimmage (38 yards) and TDs in a season (35), but the Bomber offense did little else.
SIOUX FALLS 56, Wichita 40 (2938) - The Cobras trailed by 18 points with three minutes remaining, then exploded for five straight TDs to snap a three-game losing streak.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria         11  0 0 1.000 576 317 Bismarck          7  3 0  .700 482 367
X-GREEN BAY       6  4 0  .600 482 401 Black Hills       7  3 0  .700 424 396
Madison           5  5 0  .500 436 391 Billings          7  3 0  .700 536 465
Minnesota         4  6 0  .400 377 388 Casper            6  5 0  .545 468 471
Duluth            2  8 0  .200 394 538 Fargo             1  9 0  .100 289 458
La Crosse         1 10 0  .091 298 541 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Topeka            8  2 0  .800 410 348
X-Steel Valley    8  2 0  .800 375 343 Lincoln           7  3 0  .700 472 384
Dayton            5  5 0  .500 286 335 Sioux Falls       6  4 0  .600 410 394
Erie              5  5 0  .500 435 450 Sioux City        6  5 0  .545 441 407
Johnstown         2  8 0  .200 355 445 Wichita           2  8 0  .200 324 472
Flint             1  9 0  .100 326 505
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Lincoln
FRIDAY JUNE 16
LINCOLN 35, Sioux Falls 26 (4972) - Lincoln jumped out to a 21-6 first half lead and held on as the Cobras pulled within 28-20 before Dean Herrboldt caught a 6-yard TD with 45 seconds left for the clincher.
SATURDAY JUNE 17
BISMARCK 55, Billings 52 (5995) - Quentin Cradle caught eight passes - four for TDs - as the Blaze stayed tied for first. Billings QB Josh Wallwork was intercepted five times.
DAYTON 35, Steel Valley 33 (1538) - Bruce Reinecker missed a 24-yard field goal at the buzzer to give Dayton the win as rumors swirled the team was going to be moved due to low attendance (1576 a game).
BLACK HILLS 88, Fargo 48 (3777) - Machine QB Terrance Byant threw for 223 yards and five TDs, as Black Hills scored on 13 of its 14 possessions to set a new league single-game scoring record.
FLINT 74, Duluth 56 (847) - Flint RB Darrell Dixon ran for 98 yards and five TDs as the Flames won for only the second time before the smallest IFL crowd so far this season.
GREEN BAY 62, La Crosse 26 (2650) - Green Bay RB Marquette Smith ran for two TDs and caught another, and set a league season rushing record (970 yards) for the easy win.
MADISON 54, Johnstown 45 (2376) - Johnstown cut an 16-point second half deficit down to two with 3 1/2 minutes to play before Rahnetsu Jenkins caught a 23-yard TD pass late for the clicher.
MINNESOTA 53, Wichita 25 (1577) - Michael Grant ran for two TDs as the Purple Rage outscored Wichita 27-13 in the second half to win.
SIOUX CITY 37, Topeka 29 (1703) - Sioux City overcame a 20-19 halftime deficit, thanks to K Adam Kennett who made three FGs and Jerry Davis who ran for only seven yards but two TDs.
PEORIA 69, Erie 32 (9132) - Erie QB Ryan Vena was sacked nine times by his former teammates while Peoria QB Gary Porter threw for 142 yards and four TDs.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria         12  0 0 1.000 645 349 Bismarck          8  3 0  .727 537 419
X-GREEN BAY       7  4 0  .636 546 427 Black Hills       8  3 0  .727 513 444
X-Madison         6  5 0  .545 490 436 Billings          7  4 0  .636 588 520
Minnesota         5  6 0  .455 420 413 Casper            6  5 0  .545 468 471
Duluth            2  9 0  .182 450 612 Fargo             1 10 0  .091 337 546
La Crosse         1 11 0  .083 324 603 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             Lincoln           8  3 0  .727 507 410
X-Steel Valley    8  3 0  .727 409 378 Topeka            8  3 0  .727 439 385
X-Dayton          6  5 0  .545 321 368 Sioux City        7  5 0  .583 478 419
X-Erie            5  6 0  .455 477 519 Sioux Falls       6  5 0  .545 436 429
Flint             2  9 0  .182 400 561 Wichita           2  9 0  .182 349 525
Johnstown         2  9 0  .182 400 499
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Casper
FRIDAY JUNE 23
Green Bay 44, MADISON 31 (3906) - Bomber RB Marquette Smith ran for two TDs and Mandrell Dean scored on a 50-yard KO return - Willie Austin caught three TD passes from Jay McDonaugh for Madison.
SATURDAY JUNE 24
BILLINGS 58, Fargo 45 (4125) - Billings QB Josh Wallwork threw three first half interceptions, one returned for a TD, then came back to complete 12 of 13 passes and four TDs in the second half.
BISMARCK 39, Dayton 27 (5193) - Quentin Cradle ran for 118 yards and four TDs to surpass the 1,000 yard mark for the seaason as the Blaze clinched a playoff berth
BLACK HILLS 42, Flint 40 (3586) - Black Hills led 35-7 in the third quarter thanks to two defensive scores and two long TD passes then saw the Flames score 26 straight points to rally but fall short.
La Crosse 50, DULUTH 47 (1200) - Doby Howard returned two KOs for TDs, as the River Rats won their second game, despite only 180 yards in offense, 62 in the first half.
SIOUX CITY 36, Lincoln 20 (2231)  - Phillip Meehan caught two TD passes and ran for another as the Attack put a dent in Lincoln's division title hopes.
Steel Valley 53, ERIE 37 (2578) - James Adderley caught three TD passes from Johnny Johnson as the Smash clinched the division title.
TOPEKA 63, Johnstown 28 (2892) - Michael Cosey ran for 27 yards, but four TDs, as the Knights clinched a playoff berth.
WICHITA 27, Sioux Falls 26 (3803) - The Cobras threw five interceptions, lost a fumble and missed two FGs as they blew a 26-7 second quarter lead, severely damaging their playoff hopes.
MONDAY JUNE 26
CASPER 56, Minnesota 45 (3352) - Casper QB Richard Fuentes threw for 180 yards and two TDs to overcome the performance of Minnesota QB Colby Vogt (98 yards, four TDs).
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria         12  0 0 1.000 645 349 X-Bismarck        9  3 0  .750 576 446
X-GREEN BAY       8  4 0  .667 590 458 Black Hills       9  3 0  .750 555 484
Madison           6  6 0  .500 521 480 Billings          8  4 0  .667 446 565
Minnesota         5  7 0  .417 465 469 Casper            7  5 0  .583 524 516
Duluth            2 10 0  .167 497 662 Fargo             1 11 0  .083 382 604
La Crosse         2 11 0  .154 374 650 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             X-Topeka          9  3 0  .750 502 413
Z-Steel Valley    9  3 0  .750 461 415 Lincoln           8  4 0  .667 527 446
X-Dayton          6  6 0  .500 348 407 Sioux City        8  5 0  .615 514 439
X-Erie            5  7 0  .417 514 572 Sioux Falls       6  6 0  .500 462 456
Flint             2 10 0  .167 440 603 Wichita           3  9 0  .250 376 551
Johnstown         2 10 0  .167 428 562
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Peoria
FRIDAY JUNE 30
Bismarck 45, STEEL VALLEY 34 - Back in his starting tole after a seven-week absence, Bismarck QB Chris Schwab threw four TD passes as the Blaze moved closer to the top seed in the West.
Black Hills 74, BILLINGS 73 (4746) - Billings QB Josh Wallwork threw for 243 yards and nine TDs but the Machine took the win 
CASPER 93, Dayton 19 (4365) - Anthony Simmons ran for a league-record 214 yards and 10 TDs, as the Cavalry led 65-13 at the half and became the first team to surpass 90 points in a game this season.
GREEN BAY 42, Minnesota 26 (2812) - The Bombers had 218 yards of offense compared to Minnesota's 68, and relied on K Bryan Mader who made three FGs in the fourth to finish off the Purple Rage.
LINCOLN 48, Topeka 35 (4950) - Lincoln QB Josh Luedtke passed for 108 yards and a TD and ran for 42 yards and a TD to keep the Lightning perfect at home and clinch a playoff berth.
SATURDAY JULY 1
Erie 40, JOHNSTOWN 36 - Backup QB Ryan Vena scored twice in the fourth quarter as the Invaders overcame a 30-23 deficit at the start of the quarter.
PEORIA 67, Duluth 13 (9502) - WR Kahn Powell caught five passes for 130 yards and three TDs to help Peoria win their 13th straight, despite Coach Bruce Cowdrey being ejected at the end of the first half.
SIOUX FALLS 52, Flint 15 (2852) - Michael Hunter returned two kickoffs for TDs, kicked off three times and even filled at WR as the Cobras held Flint to 32 yard passing and stayed alive in the playoff race.
Wichita 69, LA CROSSE 55 (2174) - Wichita QB Sean Ponder threw for four TDs, including a 17-yard pass to Chuckey Aiken with 1:20 to seal the win. The teams combined for 10 TDs in the second half.
MONDAY JULY 3
MADISON 37, Fargo 26 (2936) - Jervon Walton scored twice and QB Jay McDonaugh passed for two TDs and ran for another as the Mad Dogs clinched a playoff berth in a game moved from Fargo due to flooding.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North               WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria         13  0 0 1.000 712 362 X-Bismarck       10  3 0  .769 621 480
X-GREEN BAY       9  4 0  .692 632 484 X-Black Hills    10  3 0  .769 629 557
X-Madison         7  6 0  .538 558 506 Casper            8  5 0  .615 617 535
Minnesota         5  8 0  .385 491 511 Billings          8  5 0  .615 519 639
Duluth            2 11 0  .154 510 739 Fargo             1 12 0  .077 408 641
La Crosse         2 12 0  .143 429 719 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South             X-Lincoln         9  4 0  .692 575 481
Z-Steel Valley    9  4 0  .692 495 460 X-Topeka          9  4 0  .692 537 461
X-Dayton          6  7 0  .462 367 500 Sioux City        8  5 0  .615 514 439
X-Erie            6  7 0  .462 554 608 Sioux Falls       7  6 0  .538 514 471
Flint             2 11 0  .154 466 640 Wichita           4  9 0  .308 445 606
Johnstown         2 11 0  .154 464 602
Z-Clinched Division Title              X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Sioux City
THURSDAY JULY 6
* Peoria 70, Dayton 22 (3300) - The game was moved from Dayton because Springfield was getting an IFL franchise in 2001. QB Gary Porter threw for three TDs as Peoria finished perfect.
* - Game played at Springfield, IL
FRIDAY JULY 7
Lincoln 53, STEEL VALLEY 14 - Lincoln opened a 21-0 first quarter lead and cruised to thwin, as QB Josh Luedtke threw for two TDs and kept their hopes alive for a home playoff game.
SATURDAY JULY 8
Casper 52, BLACK HILLS 46 (3900) - Casper WR Duane Monlux caught a 14-yard TD pass with 14 second remaining to send Casper into the playoffs, and ended Black Hill's division title hopes.
Green Bay 41, DULUTH 24 (1200) - Green Bay rallied from a 24-19 halftime deficit thanks to Marquette Smith, who ran for 147 yards and three TDs. David Johnson had a 44-yard INT TD return late to clinch.
JOHNSTOWN 33, Flint 29 (2346) - Darrell Dixon led Flint with three TDs, two rushing, but Johnston won with 34 seconds to play as Terrance Wilson scored from 4 yards out, his second TD of the night.
Madison 61, MINNESOTA 45 (1814) - Madison WR Willie Austin caught eight passes for 84 yards and three TDs as the Mad Dog defense intercepted Todd Sarnecki four times, to clinch a home playoff game.
Sioux City 54, ERIE 31 (2850) - Attack RB Lamont Truitt ran for 87 yards and four TDs to help his team nail down a playoff berth in outscoring Erie 28-3 to end the game.
SIOUX FALLS 52, Billings 44 (3350) - The Cobras defense held Billings to 106 yards, just 43 in the second half, and Billings QB Josh Wallwork to 133 yards passing and one TD.
TOPEKA 77, Wichita 22 (4585)
MONDAY JULY 10
BISMARCK 62, Fargo 32 (3267) - Bismarck RB Quentin Cradle ran for 103 yards and five TDs, to become the league's all-time rushing leader but fell two points short of the scoring title.
EASTERN CONFERENCE-North      WESTERN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Peoria      14  0 0 782 384 X-Bismarck    11  3 0 683 482
X-GREEN BAY   10  4 0 675 508 X-Black Hills 10  4 0 674 609
X-Madison      8  6 0 619 551 X-Casper       9  5 0 669 581
Minnesota      5  9 0 546 572 Billings       8  6 0 763 691
Duluth         2 12 0 522 769 Fargo          1 13 0 438 703
La Crosse      2 12 0 429 719 WESTERN CONFERENCE - South
EASTERN CONFERENCE - South    X-Topeka      10  4 0 614 481
Z-Steel Valley 9  5 0 482 490 X-Lincoln     10  4 0 711 495
X-Erie         6  8 0 575 662 X-Sioux City   9  5 0 568 487
X-Dayton       6  8 0 489 571 Sioux Falls    8  6 0 566 507
Johnstown      3 11 0 495 631 Wichita        4 10 0 467 683
Flint          2 12 0 488 677
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - La Crosse
FRIDAY MAY 19
Billings 34, WICHITA 33 (2221) - Chris Horn ran in a 2-point conversion with 29 seconds left for the win, after Billings blew a 20-0 lead. Bolts QB Josh Wallwork threw for 151 yards and three TDs.
LINCOLN 68, Erie 35 (4727) - Lincoln QB Josh Luedtke tossed six TD passes to four different receivers, while RB Damon Benning, reigning league MVP, ran for 47 yards and two TDs on seven carries.
SATURDAY MAY 20
BLACK HILLS 38, Bismarck 32 (4682) - The Machine held the ball for the final 5:34 to hold on for the win, as RB Britt Margaux ran for three TDs and QB Terrance Bryant scored the other two.
FARGO 43, Minnesota 24 (1357) - Jamaica Dartez ran for 83 yards and four TDs and caught a TD pass to lead the Freeze to their first win of the season.
Portland Prowlers (11-5)
Head Coach: Richard Harris
Passing Leader: Erik Wilhelm (3107)
Rushing Leader: Byron Allen (757)
Receiving Leader: Chad Carlson (72-820)
FOLDING: Texas Terminators, Rocky Mountain Thunder and Hawaii Hammerheads CHANGING NAMES: Louisiana Bayou Beasts renamed Rangers ADDED: Mobile Seagulls, Omaha Beef, Shreveport Bombers and Portland Prowlers

FRIDAY APRIL 7
OMAHA 26, Idaho 12 (8094) - The Beef scored 23 first-quarter points and went on to win their debut. It took the Beef only 15 seconds to score its first-ever TD, as QB Troy Travis hit Vong Xaykosy.
PORTLAND 52, Louisiana 36 (2135) - The Prowlers outscored the Rangers 22-7 in the third quarter, as QB Erik Wilhelm threw four TDs, two each to Elijah Raphael and Chad Carlson, to help lead the Prowlers.
MONDAY APRIL 9
MISSISSIPPI 57, Mobile 33 (2112) - Thanks to a turnover-free performance, Mississippi won as its defense forced four miscues (two fumble recoveries & two INTs), two of which were returned for TDs.
Mississippi       1  0 0 1.000  57  33 Idaho             0  1 0  .000  12  26
Omaha             1  0 0 1.000  26  12 Louisiana         0  1 0  .000  36  52
Portland          1  0 0 1.000  52  36 Mobile            0  1 0  .000  33  57
Shreveport        0  0 0  .000   0   0
Bye - Shreveport
SATURDAY APRIL 15
LOUISIANA 43, Mobile 29 - Spurred by two touchdowns in the final minute of the first half, Louisiana (1-1) scored on five straight possessions. LB Darnell Lee recovered a blocked FG in the end zone for a TD and Mike Alford had two fourth-quarter INTs. Louisiana held Mobile to just 172 yards and forced five turnovers.
SHREVEPORT 44, Omaha 39 (3565) - The Bombers scored TDs on their first four possessions of the second half, as the Beef had led 28-25 before a 30-yard TD from Steve Fill to Tremaine Fontaine gave the Bombers the lead
PORTLAND 42, Mississippi 41 (3468) - Portland appeared to be in trouble after the Fire Dogs drove to the Prowlers' six with five seconds remaining. However, Brad Rhodes pushed his 21-yard field goal wide right
Portland          2  0 0 1.000  94  77 Omaha             1  1 0  .500  65  56
Shreveport        1  0 0 1.000  44  39 Idaho             0  1 0  .000  12  26
Louisiana         1  1 0  .500  79  81 Mobile            0  2 0  .000  62 100
Mississippi       1  1 0  .500  98  75
Bye - Idaho
FRIDAY APRIL 21
Portland 43, OMAHA 23 (7184) - Portland QB Erik Wilhelm threw six TDs to lead the Prowlers. He completed 25 of 36 passes for 193 yards and had scoring tosses of 3, 5, 7, 7, 9 and 10 yards
SATURDAY APRIL 22
Idaho 35, MISSISSIPPI 22 (2521) - A tightly contested first half gave way to stymied drives and busted plays as the Stallions won, while Fire Dogs coach John Fourcade said he was disgusted with his team's performance
Louisiana 42, SHREVEPORT 29 (2196) - WR Eric Young sparked a key second-half surge for Louisiana as he scored two third-quarter TDs. Louisiana kicker John Stemple capped the Rangers' 16-0 scoring run with a 25-yard field goal that gave Louisiana a 36-21 lead with 9:22 remaining.
Portland          3  0 0 1.000 137 100 Mississippi       1  2 0  .333 120 110
Louisiana         2  1 0  .667 121 110 Omaha             1  2 0  .333  88  89
Idaho             1  1 0  .500  47  48 Mobile            0  2 0  .000  62 100
Shreveport        1  1 0  .500  73  81
Bye - Mobile
FRIDAY APRIL 28
MOBILE 30, Missisippi 23 (4028) - After the two teams battled to a 23-23 tie through the first three quarters, Mobile posted the lone score in the fourth. With 9:37 remaining, Seagulls' QB Kelvin Simmons capped the game-winning, seven-play drive with a four-yard TD run on a rollout keeper.
SATURDAY APRIL 29
Omaha 38, IDAHO 33 (5059) - Omaha QB Brad McClatchey, who started the first and third quarters, connected with Quincy Kenoly for 30-yard TD, while Clinton Childs rushed for 70 of the team's 133 yards
PORTLAND 31, Shreveport 10 (2137) - In a game that was tied 10-10 at the end of the third, the Prowlers grounded the Bombers with 21 unanswered points in the final quarter to remain the only perfect team.
Portland          4  0 0 1.000 168 110 Mobile            1  2 0  .333  92 123
Louisiana         2  1 0  .667 121 110 Shreveport        1  2 0  .333  83 112
Omaha             2  2 0  .500 126 132 Mississippi       1  3 0  .250 143 140
Idaho             1  2 0  .333  80  86
Bye - Louisiana
FRIDAY MAY 5
MOBILE 19, Portland 13 (2760) - Mobile held the Prowlers without a first down until the 9:00 mark of the third. Still, the Prowlers had the game in their grasp with :04 on the game clock, only to have a Jef Wood 27-yard field goal miss wide
SATURDAY MAY 6
LOUISIANA 50, Mississippi 37 (3060) - QB Kevin Nawracaj scored four TDs and passed for another as Louisiana amassed 234 yards of total offense. Mississippi QB John Fourcade was 18-30-0 passing for 151 yards and four touchdowns. 
SUNDAY MAY 7
Idaho 44, SHREVEPORT 38 (OT) (1456) - QB Albert Higgs' 10-yard TD run in overtime provided the winning points. Higgs accounted for 248 yards of total offense and had a hand in five Stallions' TDs. Bomber RB Ketric Carter became the IPFL's first back to rush for more than 100 yards in a game since 1998.
Portland          4  1 0  .800 181 129 Omaha             2  2 0  .500 126 132
Louisiana         3  1 0  .750 171 147 Shreveport        1  3 0  .250 121 156
Idaho             2  2 0  .500 124 124 Mississippi       1  4 0  .200 180 190
Mobile            2  2 0  .500 111 136
Bye - Omaha
SATURDAY MAY 13
IDAHO 41, Portland 30 (3486) - Idaho captured its first home win behind the play of QB Albert Higgs, who finished with 167 yards of total offense and had a hand in five Stallions' TDs
LOUISIANA 39, Shreveport 19 (3050) - Behind 28 second-half points, Louisiana assumed first place. QBs Kevin Nawracaj and Brian Sparacino engineered a turnover-free performance as the Rangers won their fourth straight game. Defensively, Louisiana held Shreveport-Bossier to 116 yards of offense and nine first downs.
Omaha 39, MOBILE 36 (2622) - Troy Travis threw a decisive 8-yard TD pass to Clinton Childs, and the Beef used a late goal-line stand to hold off Mobile. Travis completed 12 of 22 passes for 145 yards, with three TDs
Louisiana         4  1 0  .800 210 166 Mobile            2  3 0  .400 147 175
Portland          4  2 0  .667 211 170 Mississippi       1  4 0  .200 180 190
Idaho             3  2 0  .600 165 154 Shreveport        1  4 0  .200 140 195
Omaha             3  2 0  .600 165 168
Bye - Mississippi
SATURDAY MAY 20
Louisiana 40, OMAHA 33 (5609) - Two fourth-quarter TD passes by QB Brian Sparacino sparked Louisiana. Sparacino led the fourth-quarter comeback as he came off the bench to replace injured starting quarterback Kevin Nawracaj. 
PORTLAND 46, Idaho 35 (2761) - A 25-point third quarter and seven forced turnovers helped Portland win. In addition to his two rushing scores, Prowler QB Erik Wilhelm was 20-27-0 passing for 188 yards and two touchdowns
SUNDAY MAY 21
MISSISSIPPI 57, Shreveport 17 (1504) - QB John Fourcade threw six TD passes as Mississippi sailed past the Bombers. After netting only two points in the first quarter, the Fire Dogs erupted with a 41-7 run over the next two. Lamont Woodberry finished with a game-high nine catches for 89 yards and three TDs.
Louisiana         5  1 0  .833 250 199 Mobile            2  3 0  .400 147 175
Portland          5  2 0  .714 257 205 Mississippi       2  4 0  .333 237 207
Idaho             3  3 0  .500 200 200 Shreveport        1  5 0  .167 157 252
Omaha             3  3 0  .500 198 208
Bye - Mobile
FRIDAY MAY 26
OMAHA 28, Shreveport 6 (5094) - The Beef held the Bombers to just two points in each of the first three quarters and shut them out in the fourth. The Omaha offense was held to just 14 points through three quarters
SATURDAY MAY 27
MOBILE 53, Louisiana 32 - Mobile snapped Louisiana's five-game winning streak as running back Antoine Flowers scored three touchdowns to lead the Seagulls to a 53-32 win over the visiting Rangers (5-2).
Louisiana         5  2 0  .714 282 252 Mobile            3  3 0  .500 200 207
Portland          5  2 0  .714 257 205 Mississippi       2  4 0  .333 237 207
Omaha             4  3 0  .571 226 214 Shreveport        1  6 0  .143 163 280
Idaho             3  3 0  .500 200 200
Bye - Idaho, Portland, Mississippi
SATURDAY JUNE 10
Mississippi 56, LOUISIANA 44 (2152) - Fire Dogs WR Wayne Causey had 263 total yards, a team record, on 11 receptions for 133 yards and three TDs, as well as 130 yards on five kickoff returns
OMAHA 34, Portland 30 (4771) - The Prowlers saw their comeback fall short in the fourth quarter, after they staked the Beef to a 31-16 halftime lead thanks to poor special teams play and several defensive lapses
Shreveport 27, MOBILE 15 (2931) - Behind 21 fourth-quarter points, Shreveport-Bossier captured its second straight victory, despite managing just six first downs and 74 yards of total offense. Mobile threw four interceptions, two of which were made by Shreveport defensive back Chris Samson.
Portland          6  3 0  .667 348 294 Idaho             3  4 0  .429 228 251
Omaha             5  3 0  .625 260 244 Mobile            3  5 0  .375 246 268
Louisiana         5  4 0  .556 381 369 Shreveport        3  6 0  .333 224 326
Mississippi       4  4 0  .500 344 279
Bye - Idaho
FRIDAY JUNE 16
PORTLAND 67, Omaha 64 (2168) - The Prowlers offense was once again led by QB Erik Wilhelm. In the week 10 matchup, Wilhelm passed for a IPFL-record 275 yards. This week he threw for 304 yards and 8 TDs
SATURDAY JUNE 17
IDAHO 52, Louisiana 48 (3873) - With a new offensive scheme, and a throbbing foot and toe, QB Albert Higgs hoisted the Stallions onto his shoulders and back to .500
Mobile 40, MISSISSIPPI 30 - Four turnovers helped overshadow a record-setting performance by WR Kenny Causey, who set three IPFL single-game records for receptions, receiving yards and all purpose yards. Causey tallied a record 175 yards and three TDs on a record 17 receptions. His 112 kick return yards gave him a league record total of 287 all purpose yards.
Portland          7  3 0  .700 415 348 Mississippi       4  5 0  .444 374 319
Omaha             5  4 0  .556 314 311 Mobile            4  5 0  .444 286 298
Louisiana         5  5 0  .500 429 421 Shreveport        3  6 0  .333 224 326
Idaho             4  4 0  .500 280 299
Bye - Shreveport
FRIDAY JUNE 24
LOUISIANA 54, Idaho 17 (2530) - 
Mississippi 30, MOBILE 16 (1588) - Mississippi opened the game by scoring 24 unanswered points, starting with LB Bobby Doyle sacking Seagulls' QB Kelvin Simmons in the end zone for a safety
Portland 28, SHREVEPORT 22 (3270) - Prowlers' QB Erik Wilhelm passed for two second-quarter TDs and rushed for a pair of second-half scores. In addition to Wilhelm, who was 21-34-1 passing for 163 yards, Portland also got a strong performance from its defense. 
Portland          8  3 0  .727 448 370 Idaho             4  5 0  .444 297 353
Omaha             5  4 0  .556 314 311 Mobile            4  6 0  .400 302 328
Louisiana         6  5 0  .545 483 438 Shreveport        3  7 0  .300 246 354
Mississippi       5  5 0  .500 404 335
Bye - Omaha
SATURDAY JULY 1
IDAHO 14, Shreveport 8 (3270) - In the lowest scoring game in IPFL history, Idaho LB Brian Smith established an single game record with 19 tackles, as the Stallions held Shreveport-Bossier to just 119 yards of total offense. Idaho QB Albert Higgs threw for one TD, and rushed for 36 yards and a touchdown.
Mississippi 49, OMAHA 46 (4869) - QB John Fourcade passed for four TDs and ran for another as Mississippi moved into a second place tie. The Fire Dogs defense held the Beef to only 116 offensive yards
Mobile 57, PORTLAND 41 (1588) - Behind 21 unanswered fourth-quarter points, Mobile pulled off the upset. Seagulls RB Antoine Flowers ran for 60 yards and two TDs. In a losing effort, Portland's Wilhelm was 23-39-1 passing for 184 yards and four touchdowns.
Portland          8  4 0  .667 489 427 Omaha             5  5 0  .500 360 360
Louisiana         6  5 0  .545 483 438 Mobile            5  6 0  .455 359 369
Mississippi       6  5 0  .545 453 381 Shreveport        3  8 0  .273 254 368
Idaho             5  5 0  .500 311 361
Bye - Louisiana
SATURDAY JULY 8
MISSISSIPPI 53, Louisiana 34 (3050) - RB Buster Browne, who was playing with cracked ribs, rushed for 33 yards and 2 TDs on 8 carries and picked up 2 receptions for 15 yards and 1 TD to lead the Fire Dogs into second place
Mobile 55, SHREVEPORT 51 (1306) - Anthony Flowers scored three TDs and QB Kelvin Simmons accounted for 255 yards of total offense as Mobile picked up its first-ever win against Shreveport-Bossier. In addition to the game-winning TD, Flowers caught eight passes for 118 yards and two TDs.
Omaha 54, IDAHO 47 (OT) (3385) - The Stallions' defense gave up 47 second-half points, including 31 in the fourth quarter, as Omaha ran the ball down the throat of the tired defense, racking up 124 yards rushing
Portland          8  4 0  .667 489 427 Mobile            6  6 0  .500 414 420
Mississippi       7  5 0  .583 506 415 Idaho             5  6 0  .455 358 415
Omaha             6  5 0  .545 414 407 Shreveport        3  9 0  .250 305 423
Louisiana         6  6 0  .500 517 491
Bye - Portland
SATURDAY JULY 15
MISSISSIPPI 39, Portland 36 (3513) - QB John Fourcade scored on a quarterback sneak with just :05 remaining to move the Fire Dogs into a first place tie with the Prowlers
MOBILE 21, Louisiana 13 (3017) - In addition to holding the league's top-scoring offense scoreless for two quarters, Mobile's defense came up with three turnovers and held the visiting Rangers to just 95 yards of total offense. On offense, QB Kelvin Simmons passed for three TDs.
OMAHA 59, Idaho 39 (5052) - The Beef broke a franchise scoring record, as Omaha rolled on the ground. RB Clinton Childs broke a team record with 91 yards, while the Beef set a franchise record with 168 yards rushing
Mississippi       8  5 0  .615 545 451 Louisiana         6  7 0  .462 530 512
Portland          8  5 0  .615 525 466 Idaho             5  7 0  .417 397 474
Omaha             7  5 0  .583 473 446 Shreveport        3  9 0  .250 305 423
Mobile            7  6 0  .538 435 433
Bye - Shreveport
SATURDAY JULY 22
OMAHA 57, Mobile 44 (5709) - QB Troy Travis passed for four TDs and RB Calvin Jones returned two kickoffs for TDs to lead the Beef to the important victory. For the second straight week, Jones' backfield mate, Clinton Childs, scored on an IPFL record 45-yard touchdown run.
PORTLAND 61, Idaho 14 (3249) - QB Erik Wilhelm rushed for a score and passed for six TDs as Portland snapped a two-game losing streak. After battling to a 7-7 score through the opening quarter of play, Portland outscored Idaho 54-7, including 38 unanswered second-half points
SHREVEPORT 35, Louisiana 29 (1079) -  In a game that featured nine different lead changes, Shreveport-Bossierwon when QB Chris Milwee found WR Tacoma Fontaine on a 20-yard TD pass. The Rangers' final attempt to answer was intercepted by the Bombers' Anthony Montgomery.
Portland          9  5 0  .643 586 480 Louisiana         6  8 0  .429 559 547
Mississippi       8  5 0  .615 545 451 Idaho             5  8 0  .385 411 535
Omaha             8  5 0  .615 530 490 Shreveport        4  9 0  .308 340 452
Mobile            7  7 0  .500 479 490
Bye - Mississippi
SATURDAY JULY 29
LOUISIANA 35, Omaha 27 (1970) - Led by the trio of QB Doug Coleman, running back Byron Allen and wide receiver Eric Young, Louisiana's offense piled up 14 first downs, 281 yards of total offense and 32:25 in time of possession. Coleman was 11-16-0 passing for 188 yards and two touchdowns. Early in the second quarter, he scored on a one-yard quarterback sneak that put the Rangers in front for good at 7-2.
MISSISSIPPI 49, Shreveport 34 (3126) - WR Wayne Causey totaled 257 all purpose yards. In addition to his 103 return yards, Causey had game-high receiving totals of nine receptions for 154 yards and two TDs
MOBILE 63, Idaho 7 (3732) - Mobile DB Dennison Robinson established an IPFL interception record, with  four interceptions. The Seagulls posted the largest margin of victory in league history
Mississippi       9  5 0  .643 594 485 Louisiana         7  8 0  .468 594 574
Portland          9  5 0  .643 586 490 Idaho             5  9 0  .357 418 598
Omaha             8  6 0  .571 557 525 Shreveport        4 10 0  .286 374 501
Mobile            8  7 0  .533 542 497
Bye - Portland
SATURDAY AUGUST 5
Mobile 51, IDAHO 34 (3732) - QB Kelvin Simmons led the way as Mobile executed a decisive 45-7 scoring run. For the game Simmons rushed for a score and was 14-22-0 passing for 199 yards and three touchdowns. 
PORTLAND 40, Omaha 26 (1844) - QB Erik Wilhelm and WR Eric Mahanke led Portland, which secured a playoff berth and in the process knocked Omaha out of the race. For the game Wilhelm was 21-31-1 passing for 243 yards and five TDs, while Mahanke had seven receptions for 67 yards and three scores.
SHREVEPORT 41, Mississippi 37 (3126) - DB Chris Samson made a game-saving interception with just :27 remaining to help Shreveport knock Mississippi out of first. The Fire Dogs had a 23-0 scoring run to take a 37-17 lead in the third
X-Portland       10  5 0  .667 626 506 Louisiana         7  8 0  .468 594 574
Mississippi       9  6 0  .600 631 526 Idaho             5 10 0  .333 452 649
Mobile            9  7 0  .563 593 531 Shreveport        5 10 0  .333 415 538
Omaha             8  7 0  .533 583 565 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Louisiana
SATURDAY AUGUST 12
LOUISIANA 60, Shreveport 35 (2881) - RB Byron Allen turned out a record-setting performance to lead Louisiana. Allen, the league's all-time leading scorer with 320 points, rushed for 94 yards to become the IPFL's single-season and all-time leading rusher. His 757 rushing yards this season established a new single-season record, while his 1,384 yards career rushing yards became the league's new all-time best total. Allen's record-breaking career mark came in the third quarter when he ripped off an 11-yard run for a first down. In addition to rushing 18 times for two scores, Allen also caught a pass for 39 yards.
Omaha 44, MISSISSIPPI 38 (3611) - With 1:09 left, DB Steve Lovell made an interception at the Beef 9-yard line to halt a Fire Dog rally and sealed a playoff berth for the Beef. Omaha outscored Mississippi 30-10 in the second half.
Portland 35, IDAHO 22 (5149) - Outside of Will Lackey's two important picks, Portland was led by Wilhelm and Vereen. Wilhelm was 19-26-2 passing for 152 yards and one TD, while Vereen scored twice and tallied 130 all purpose yards (73 rushing and 56 receiving). Idaho was paced by Ross and Smith. Ross racked up 215 all purpose yards (89 receiving and 126 returning), while Smith had a game-high 15 tackles and an interception.
X-Portland        11  5 0  .688 661 528 Louisiana        8  8 0  .500 654 609
X-Omaha            9  7 0  .563 627 603 Idaho            5 11 0  .313 474 684
X-Mississippi      9  7 0  .563 669 570 Shreveport       5 11 0  .313 450 598
Mobile             9  7 0  .563 593 531 X-Clinched Playoff Berth
Bye - Mobile
Michael Moncrief's 25-yard fumble return for a TD capped the comeback as Shreveport-Bossier scored 21  unanswered points. Moncrief had a game-high nine tackles and three sacks.
Portland          6  2 0  .750 318 260 Mississippi       3  4 0  .429 288 235
Louisiana         5  3 0  .625 337 313 Mobile            3  4 0  .429 231 241
Omaha             4  3 0  .571 226 214 Shreveport        2  6 0  .250 197 311
Idaho             3  4 0  .429 228 251
Bye - Omaha