2007 WSFL News & Notes

Eastern Arizona to Play in First Ever Chihuahua Bowl Eastern Arizona will take its 9-2 record into the post season for the first time in school history when the Gila Monsters take on the Mexican All-Stars in the first-ever Chihuahua Bowl in Chihuahua Bowl. The match-up will take place at 6:00 p.m. on December 5th as a lead-up to the annual Aztec Bowl on December 8th. | more |

Mesa Wins Valley of the Sun Bowl, Snow Falls in National Title Game Mesa, ranked #8 entering the game, defeated #9 Fort Scott 47-31 to win the 2007 VBalley of the Sun Bowl. In a meeting of the top two teams in the nation, #2 ranked Butler upended top-seed Snow 56-27 in the Zions Bank Top of the Mountain Bowl. | More on the Valley of the Sun Bowl | More on the Zions Bank Top of the Mountain Bowl |

Top-Ranked Snow College to Host #2 Butler in National Championship Showdown With identical 11-0 records, something will have to give as #1 ranked Snow College plays host to #2 ranked Butler in the Zions Bank Top of the World Bowl on December 1. Click on the following link for more information and tune in at 12:00 p.m. MST to listen to all of the action LIVE. | more |

Riley & Clawson Selected WSFL's Best in 2007 Eastern Arizona's Pat Riley, the NJCAA Region I C-Offensive Player of the Year, has been tabbed the WSFL Offensive Player of the Year for 2007. Snow College's Coleby Clawson is the WSFL's Defensive Player of the Year. Snow, which ended the regular season as the NJCAA's top-ranked squad, placed 11 players on the All-WSFL teams. | more |

NJCAA Region I Post-Season Honors Announced Dan Dunn led Mesa to an 8-2 regular season record to garner NJCAA Region I Coach of the Year honors. Eastern Arizona's Pat Riley and Mesa's Dax Crum are Region I's Co-Offensive Players of the Year, while Rico Brooks of Eastern and Tevita Finau of Phoenix were selected the Co-Defensive Players of the Week. | more |

Pair from Snow, NMMI's Seivwright-Adams Garner WSFL Honors #1 ranked Snow defeated #4 ranked Eastern Arizona and a pair of Badgers were honored for their role in the big win. Jon Eastman was tabbed the WSFL Offensive Player of the Week while teammate Andrew Rich took the WSFL Defensive Player of the Year award. New Mexico Military's Troy Seivwright-Adams returned his third punt of the season for a touchdown to take home WSFL Special Teams Player of the Week honors. | more |

#1 Ranked Snow Defeats #4 Eastern Arizona in NJCAA Showdown Something had to give with a pair of unbeaten and top-5 ranked programs squaring off. Top-ranked Snow defeated #4 ranked Eastern Arizona 55-21 to take the lead in the WSF and make a National statement to solidify its #1 ranking. | View All Weekly Scores |

WSFL Recognizes Darrius Jackson, Jeromy Jones & Regan Buck Eastern Arizona's Darrius Jackson ran for 179 yards to earn the WSFL Offensive Player of the Week award. Arizona Western's Jeromy Jones picked up the WSFL Defensive Player of the Year honor after posting 11 tackles and an interception. Regan Buck helped Sno College remain unbeaten and earned the WSFL Special Teams Player of the Week honor. | more |

Sotele, Rich & Klingensmith Share WSFL Honors Soni Sotele and Andrew Rich helped keep Snow ranked #1 in the nation and undefeated and have been selected the WSFL's Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively. Mesa's James Klingensmith is the WSFL Special Teams Player of the Week after averaging over 47 yards on five punts. | more |

Hall & Seivwright-Adams Earn NJCAA Awards Mesa's JaMichael Hall has been named the NJCAA Defensive Player of the Week and New Mexico Military's Troy Seivwright-Adams has been selected the NJCAA Special Teams Player of the Week for the week ending October 14th. | more |

Snow, Mesa, NMMI have WSFL's Top Performers of the Week Snow's Houston Erbstroesser threw four touchdown passes to earn WSFL Offensive Player of the Week award. Mesa's JaMichael Hall had two interceptions to earn the WSFL Defensive Player of the Week while New Mexico Military's Troy Seivwright-Adams returned a 55-yard punt for a TD to take home WSFL Special Teams Player of the Week. | more |

WSFL Stars Earn NJCAA's Top Weekly Honor Eastern Arizona's Dan Foster and Mesa's Dominic Gamboa have earned the NJCAA Defensive Player of the Week amd Special Teams Player of the Week, respectively. | more |

WSFL Awards to Snow's Sotele, Mesa's Dominic Gamboa, & Eastern's Foster Soni Sotele gained 211 yards for #1 ranked Snow to earn WSFL Offensive Player of the Week. Eastern Arizona's Dan Foster is the WSFL Defensive Player of the Week after posting 24 tackles and Mesa's Dominic Gamboa belted field goals of 48 and 50 yards to earn WSFL Special Teams Player of the Week. | more |

Scottsdale, Eastern, Snow Players Honored Scottsdale's Kevrick Brown is the WSFL Offensive Player of the Week, Eastern Arizona's Rico Brooks and Snow's Shane Hunter are the WSFL Co-Defensive Player of the Week, and Snow's Jeff Wright is the WSFL Special Teams Player of the Week. | more |

Snow #1, Three Others from WSFL in Top 12 Snow College leads four WSFL programs in the nation's top 12 programs as the #1 NJCAA team in the Country. Eastern Arizona is ranked #4, Glendale is #11, and Mesa is #12. Snow will travel to Mesa this week for an important WSFL and NJCAA matchup. | more |

Four Awarded WSFL Weekly Honors Glendale's Zac Hulce is the WSFL's Offensive Player of the Week, Phoenix' Saia Taufa and Eastern Arizona's Rico Brooks are the WSFL's Co-Defensive Players of the Week, and James Klingensmith of Mesa earned the WSFL Special Teams Player of the Week honor. | more |

NJCAA Honors House and Beck as Week's Best Phoenix College's Timmy House has been named the NJCAA's Offensive Player of the Week after running for 206 yards and four TDs. Glendale's Myron Beck was tabbed the NJCAA Defensive Player of the Week after his three interceptions led the Gauchos to victory. | more |

PC's House & Jeffrey, Glendale's Beck Honored by WSFL Despite a 41-38 loss to #7 ranked Eastern Arizona, Phoenix College's Timmy House and Treg Jeffrey turned in performances worthy enough of being selected the WSFL's Offensive and Special Teams Players of the Week, respectively. The Gauchos Myron Beck was selected the Defensive Player of the Week after leading the Gauchos past Scottsdale with three interceptions. | more |

WSFL Now with Four Top-20 Programs Snow College (3-0) remans ranked #2 in the latest NJCAA National Football Poll released September 11th. Eastern Arizona (2-0) moved up from #10 to #7 after defeating Glendale(1-1), which fell from #7 to #14. Cracking the top-20 for the first time this season is Scottsdale (2-0), entering at #17. | more |

WSFL Honors Players from Ranked Programs The WSFL has honored four players from ranked squads with Player of the Week awards. #2 Snow's Soni Sotele and #17 Scottsdale's Dwight Pope were named Offensive Co-Players of the Week, Scottsdale's Michael Stevenson was selected the Defensive Player of the Week, and #7 Eastern Arizona's Pat Riley was tabbed the Special Teams Player of the Week. | more |

NJCAA Football Game of the Week -- #7 Gauchos take on #10 Gila Monsters in WSFL Bout Seventh-ranked Glendale travels to Thatcher, Ariz., Saturday, Sept. 8th for a WSFL showdown with 10th-ranked Eastern Arizona. The contest has been selected as the NJCAA Football Game of the Week. You can click on the Southwest Sports Network banner to the right to listen to the action LIVE! | Read More at NJCAA.org |

WSFL Lands Three Teams in Top-10 Led by Snow's second place ranking, the WSFL is again proving to be one of the nation's top football conferences with three teams ranked among the top-10 in the nation. Glendale's Gauchos are ranked #7 and Eastern Arizona is ranked #10. Also receiving votes for the top-20 is Scottsdale.

NMMI's 60-0 Win Leads Pair to WSFL Honors New Mexico Military's 60-o victory to open the 2007 season led the way for Ovie Esalomi and Kevin Perez to earn the WSFL's Offensive and Special Teams Players of the Week honors, respectively. Mesa's Alex Matthews was honored as the Defensive Player of the Week. | more |

Four WSFL Programs Kick-Off the 2007 Season on August 25th Snow College will travel to the Air Force JV, Glendale will host the Phoenix Rebels, Eastern travels to the New Mexico Crush and Pima host Verde Valley on the opening day of the 2007 season. Check out the entire 2007 WSFL composite schedule by following the link to the left.

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