Enforcers Beat Down Lawmen 45-0

The San Diego Enforcers came into their final Game of the season on Saturday 4-1. Their final opponent was the Orange County Lawmen. How would the men who protect our city and country play against OC? Let’s find out.

The Enforcers got the ball first to start the game. The Enforcers wasted no time drawing first blood as JJ Carrell (U.S. Border Patrol)  connected with Matthew Deans (San Diego Police Department) to take a 7-0 lead with 13:32 left in the 1st quarter. Enforcers defense came in and 3 plays later were back on the bench after forcing OC to punt. San Diego drove down and doubled their lead on the following drive as Carrell completed a quick pass to fellow Border Patrol Agent Derrick Mccain who dragged and broke off a defender before walking into the end zone. The score gave the Enforcers a 14-0 lead with 10:55 left in the 1st. Enforcers defense stopped the Lawmen on 4th down to bring their offense back on the field. Two plays the later, the defense was getting ready to come back on the field as Carrell found JJ Perez (U.S. Navy) for 50 yds to increase the Enforcers lead to 21-0 with 6:29 left in the first quarter. San Diego closed out the first quarter with a field goal. From Jose Pineda (U.S. Border Patrol) for a 24-0 lead after one-quarter of play.

With the game all but in hand in the second quarter, the Enforcers threatened in the red zone to increase their lead, but the Lawmen of Orange County forced a fumble for the game’s first turnover. But a few plays later the Enforcers would be back in business after a fumble on the snap was recovered at the OC 4 yard line by the Enforcers’ Christopher Brigham (San Diego County SO).


Mandatory Photo Credit: San Diego Sports Domination CEO & Founder David Frerker

Enforcers found the end zone once again as Mitch Furman (Beverly Hills Fire Dept.) scored on a 2-yard run to increase the Enforcers lead to 31-0 with 3:02 left in the 2nd quarter. San Diego carried the lead 31-0 goose egg into halftime.

The second half of the game had a running clock which is used when the game is in hand to prevent injuries. The Enforcers defense forced their 2nd turnover in the game as a tipped pass was intercepted by Albert Cortes (U.S. Bureau of Prisons). Following the interception, J.J. Perez made multiple defenders miss on a huge run before bring tackled in the red zone. Enforcers found the end zone on a 15-yard run to increase their lead to 38-0, also the score after three-quarters.

The fourth quarter cruised by with the running clock, but it wouldn’t end without one more Enforcers score. Following an OC interception at the SD 3 yard line, Lawmen quarterback while being pressured threw a pass to the wrong team as Matt Steinbach (San Diego Police Department) intercepted the pass and took it 7 yards to the house. The San Diego Enforcers cruised to a 45-0 win over Orange County in their Final game of the season to finish the 2017 season with a 5-1 record.


*** All photos in this article are courtesy of San Diego Sports Domination CEO & Founder David Frerker. Photos many not be reused or shared outside of this article without consent from San Diego Sports Domination. ***

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