Burn 42 , Shock 62 In a battle for first place in the National Conference West Division, The Spokane Shock defeated the Boise Burn 62-42 in front of a sell out crowd in Spokane Arena. The Shock started the scoring 1:09 into the game. Rookie QB Nick Davila (Schutt Offensive Player of the game) connected with Raul Vijil on a 28 yard TD pass for the early 7-0 lead. The Burn would answer on the final play of the 1st quarter. Royal Gill found George Williams in the end zone evening the score at 7. The Shock outscored the Burn 20-7 in the 3rd with the turning point of the game coming on 4th and 23 for the Shock. The Burn held the Shock on downs but Terrance Sanders was called for an illegal contact penalty which gave the Shock new life and they capitalized with a Davila to Vijil 4 yard TD and the 20-7 lead. Down 27-14 in the 3rd, the Burn would outscore the Shock 21-7. Casey Allen would find the endzone from 17 yards away and George Williams would catch a pair of TD passes from Gill (6,2), the latter gave the Brn their first lead of the game 35-34 with 1:26 left to go in the 3rd quarter. The Shock dominated the 4th quarter outscoring the Burn 28-7. Tremaine Tyler took the hand off for a 2 yard score and the 40-35 lead. Following a Vijil TD, George Williams would score his 5th and final TD on a 2 yard run, but that?s as close as Boise would get. Andy Olson scored on a 14 yard pass from Davila and Kevin McCoullough would wrap up the scoring on a 7 yard fumble recovery for a TD as the Shock improve to 6-0 (4-0 in division play), while the Burn drop to 4-2 (3-1 in division play). Schutt Offensive Player of the Game: Nick Davila (SPO) JLS Ironman of the Game: Levi Madarieta (BOI) ADT Defensive Player of the Game: Sergio Gilliam (SPO) Cutters Catch of the Game: Kelvin Dickens (SPO) Attendance: 10.659
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