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Detroit Demolition Remain Conference Champs

July 31, 2007

The Sacramento Sirens couldn’t keep it together against the Detroit Demolition for the IWFL Western Conference Championship, held on Saturday, July 28 in Detroit.  The Detroit Demolition dominated the entire game with play after play action, keeping the Sirens on full “Red” alert through the entire game.  The Demolition executed each and every play effectively.  The offense was in motion after motion, causing the Sirens to react and over react.  This was done on many occasions throughout the game.  The Demolition was even successful in what was thought to be a double reverse, but was in fact a triple reverse.  The Sacramento Sirens never lost hope throughout the game.  Even at the end with 4 seconds left to play, a timeout was called by the Sirens offense in hopes of getting on the scoreboard.  The timeout was not acknowledged and the final score was Detroit 49 and Sacramento 0.  The fans that traveled with the Sirens cheered them on until the very end. 

The Detroit Demolition will travel to Atlanta, Georgia for the IWFL Championship Game held on Saturday, August 11 to play against the 2006 Defending Champions, Atlanta Xplosion.  If you recall, the Atlanta Xplosion beat the Detroit Demolition 21-14 in last years championship game. 

You can be of part of this grudge re-match by tuning into www.wfnradio.com.

For more information on the Sacramento Sirens, Detroit Demolition, Atlanta Xplosion or any other of the teams in the IWFL, visit http://www.iwflsports.com.


All Photos taken by Terri Formico 








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