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2015 Gameday Recaps
[7/25/2015]
Force vs. 3rd Rd: D.C. Divas
Result: 24-43 L  
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[7/11/2015]
Force vs. 2nd Rd: Boston Renegades
Result: 49-18 W  
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[6/27/2015]
Force vs. 1st Rd: Cleveland Fusion
Result: 71-12 W  
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[6/13/2015]
Force vs. St. Louis Slam
Result: 57-0 W  
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[6/6/2015]
Force vs. Indy Crash
Result: 60-7 W  
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[5/30/2015]
Force vs. Boston Renegades
Result: 24-30 L  
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[5/16/2015]
Force vs. Kansas City Titans
Result: 74-8 W  
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[5/9/2015]
Force vs. Indy Crash
Result: 62-7 W  
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[4/25/2015]
Force vs. Minnesota Machine
Result: 70-0 W  
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[4/18/2015]
Force vs. Detroit Dark Angels
Result: 67-0 W  
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[4/11/2015]
Force vs. West Michigan Mayhem
Result: 63-0 W  
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CHICAGO FORCE vs. Indy Crash
[5/14/2016]

Result: 68-6 W

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Force Destroy Indy 68-6 to Win Division Title

Photo Credit: Steve DeGould

CHICAGO IL: The Force (5-1) took out their frustration from last week’s final second loss by annihilating the Indy Crash 68-6. The outcome was never in doubt as Chicago scored on all six of their first half possessions, and on 10 of 12 possessions in the game. The win secured another division title for the Force, their seventh in a row.

Chicago’s offense was led by running back Zoe Barnett who was named the Game Day Offensive MVP for her 148 rushing yards and 2 TD’s. Quarterback Rasan Gore rushed for 81 yards and a TD and also threw 6 TD passes: three to Jeanette Gray and three to Jamie Fornal. Running back Emma Vanderheyden added the final touchdown of the day.

Chicago stifled Indy’s offense with a consistent pass rush, getting several sacks and generating pressure that resulted in errant passes. Tracy Day, Mary Choules and Carolyn Lee each had a sack. They also forced the Crash into five turnovers – four fumbles and an interception by Game Day Defensive MVP Dorian Bridges. Jill Airaki led the team in tackles, followed by Nicole Matheson and Angel Smith.

Chicago’s special teams provided good field position throughout, averaging 28 yards on punt returns from Kelly Moore, Fornal and Gray, and also had a nice kickoff return from Barnett.

Head Coach John Konecki liked what he saw on the field. “After a tough loss last week. We came out and played almost mistake-free football in all three phases of the game. The coaching staff challenged the team after the loss and they responded in the manner in which we hoped that they would.”

The Force travel to the Boston Renegades Saturday May 21 st in a critical game that will determine the #2 seed in the National Conference.

The next home game is Alumni Day on Saturday June 4 th vs the Pittsburgh Passion at Lane Tech High School. Kickoff is at 5pm.

For tickets and more information please visit chicagoforcefootball.com or call the Force ticket line at 312-371- 7813.


Photo Credit: Steve DeGould

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