Bounty Hunters stay undefeated, Warriors on deck
March 10, 2014
The Bounty Hunters stayed undefeated on the season, beating the Arkansas Ducks 35-0. This was the first defensive shutout on the season for OKC and the 5th consecutive win for the team. George Mosely’s late interception marked the fifth consecutive game in which the Bounty Hunters have intercepted a pass and 13 interceptions for the defense so far this season. The Bounty Hunters raced out to a 21-0 first quarter lead on two touchdowns by backup quarterback Earl Mason and a punt return for a touchdown by Vincent Pinniy.
The Bounty Hunters travel to south Texas again to play against the San Antonio Warriors. The Warriors have struggled to a 3-2 record so far this season, losing to Austin and to Collin County by a combined 33 points. In spite of this, the organization has a lengthy record of winning championships throughout their existence, with their most recent title in 2012 from the MPFL. Despite the Warriors’ struggles this season, the team has a lengthy record for winning championships, their most recent after winning the Capital Division of the Minor Professional Football League in 2012. They hold a 147-16 record in games dating back to 2003. Game time is Saturday at 7 and directions to their stadium can be found by clicking on this link.