The Boston Dragons tame the Stallions in their 7th win of the season, one that keeps them in the playoff hunt.
The Stallions struck first with a field goal, but Boston mended the fences to keep their offense in the coral the rest of the game. At the end of the first quarter, as the time ran out, Cooper Rush handed the ball off to the Rookie Terry Swanson as he dove in the endzone from 1 yard out, making the score 7-3. It took until the end of the 2nd quarter for another score, this time from the other Rookie Jason Sanders as he hit one through the uprights from 38 yards out.
Rush and company orchestrated a great 2nd half performance. Rush first hit Coby Fleener on a 12 yard toss in the 3rd quarter and then hit fan favorite Luke Tasker on another toss, this time for 61 yards. Sanders ended the game with a 39 yard field goal to make the score 27-3, a dominate victory
The run game was dominant for the Dragons on both sides of the ball as the offense rushed for 177 yards and the defense only allowed 59 yards.
Rush had a stellar game out performing SFL star Mettenberger in yards, with 293, touchdowns with 2, and QB rating with a 109.0. Wayne Gallman led the team in rushing with 77 and Tasker led the the receivers with 94 yards. Fleener and Jeff Janis added 72 yards each to the air raid.
The dominating defense was led by last year’s sultan of swat, Tramon Williams with 8 tackles. Rookie Frankie Luvu and Craig Roh added 1 sack each, Luvu’s being the first of his career. Javon Hargrave and Roh we strip masters as Hargrave had 2 forced fumbles while Roh had one.
The Boston Dragons are back at home in Week 12 as the Houston Wranglers come to town.