Torrential rains and crashing lightning can not stop the Blitz from scoring. The Bellingham Blitz ended the 2011 Western Washington Football Alliance season for the visiting Tacoma Invaders Saturday, July 16 at Civic Field with a dominating win and claim the top spot heading into the playoffs. The Blitz offense started hot and stayed hot, moving the ball up and down the field easily behind their tenacious offensive line. They capitalized on short fields and turnovers caused by their defense, which lived up to their reputation of punishing opponents, holding the Invaders' offensive to only two scores the entire game. Blitz coach Brian Young continues his QB rotation utilizing Cody Oakes and Leon Lilly in a wide receiver/quarterback combination that keeps both players on the field at one time and keeps opposing defenses guessing. The Invaders ran out of gas and ran out of player as several Invaders suffered injury. Final score: 61-12. Click here to view photos of the game.
July 10, 2011
The Bellingham Bulldogs ended their season on a high note Saturday July, 7 at Civic Field, with a statement win over the Snohomish County Vikings. The Vikings jumped out early, completing a 75 yard touchdown pass in the opening minutes. The Bulldogs answered with a touchdown drive ending with Azubo Bearden running in a quarterback sneak. The following kickoff returned was fumbled by the Vikings and was recovered on the 1 yard line resulting in another Bulldogs touchdown. Bellingham continued their momentum through the second quarter by scoring two touchdowns while the Bulldogs defense held the Vikings scoreless. The second half opened with a wild touchdown run by Bearden, recovering his own fumble for a 14 yard score. The Bulldogs sent running back Brett Hall into the end zone three times for touchdowns. The 2011 season ends for the Bulldogs with a 3-8 record. Final score 42-19. Click here to view photos of the game.