April 19th 2:00pm Imperial Valley Knights @ Phoenix Outlaws
April 12th 2:00pm Phoenix Outlaws @ Imperial Valley Knights
April 5th 11:00am East Valley Ravens @ Phoenix Outlaws
March 29th 11:00am Phoenix Outlaws @ Phoenix Phantoms
March 22th 2:00pm Phoenix Outlaws @ Imperial Valley Knights
March 15th 11:00am Phoenix Outlaws @ East Valley Ravens
LEAGUE BYE - OUTLAW TEAM PICNIC
March 8th 11:00am Vista Del Camino Park, Ramada #3
March 1st 11:00am Phoenix Phantoms 12 @ Phoenix Outlaws 18
The Phoenix Outlaws and the Phoenix Phantoms would like to thank the Johnson family for not only maintaining the best field in Arizona Adult Amateur football, but also for allowing us to play this game. The field held up perfectly, but the rain did not. Late in the first quarter as well as the entire second quarter we played in a down pour! The second half mother nature was absolutely perfect. The Outlaws started the scoring on their first possession. With a mix of the run and pass, the drive was complete when quarterback Tony Aguilera who was coming off a car accident the day before, threw a perfect pass into the corner of the end zone to C.J. Venezia. After a few penalties on the extra point, Aguilera threw a two point conversion to TE Jamel Ward to take a 8-0 lead. The score would stay that way until just before the half, and then the sky's opened and in a massive down pour the Outlaws drove the length of the field with a mix of the pass as well as the run. J.J. Polchin would have three pancake blocks on this drive and Aguilera threw his second touchdown pass again to Venezia to make it 15-0. On one of the last plays of the half the Phantoms intercepted a pass and returned it 30 yards and after Tyson Muse blocked the extra point, the half time score was 15-6. In the third quarter Outlaws Phil Insalaco kicked a 20 yard field goal for a 18-6 lead but as usual the Phantoms would not go away mounting a drive and throwing a 30 yard touchdown pass. After the two point conversion failed, the final score was in the books at 18-12. The Outlaws defensive leaders on the day were, Eric Dedrick, Austin Hull, and Tyrone Robinson all with 4 tackles. Four different Outlaws recorded sacks, Gary Stevenson, Cody Deering, Joel Walton, and Tracy Peoples. A.J. Williams recorded the only interception and he and Mike Castro also had a fumble recovery. Again the Teams appreciate the GFL for providing us an opportunity to have great memories. Now up next is the Phoenix Outlaws team, family, and fans picnic! When the Outlaws return we will face the East Valley Ravens at 11:00am at Moon Valley.
February 15th 11:00am East Valley Ravens -18 @ Phoenix Outlaws - 3
In a rematch of last season's championship game, this one was a defensive blood bath with the Ravens coming out on top 18-3. The Outlaws committed seven turnovers to the Ravens one. The Outlaws running game finished in negative yardage, and the passing game struggled as well. The Outlaws defense did most the same to the Ravens however three big passing plays by the Ravens was the difference in this one. An interesting game to break down on film, and much to learn on this one. This is part one in this physical series, so it will be interesting to see how round two plays out. But on this day it was all Ravens. Next up the Outlaws will face the Imperial Valley Knights who have lost two close games and will be hungry for a win. They will be making the trip from California and game time is at 2:00 pm, so come out and support the Phoenix Outlaws as we look to rebound!
The Gridiron Football League kicked off it's 2014 season with the Phoenix Outlaws taking on the Phoenix Phantoms in the warm bright sun and a perfect day for football. Both teams brought skilled veterans as well as some surprising rookies to the show. Last years league passing leader, Outlaw quarterback Tony Aguilera picked up right where he left off from last year spreading the ball around to eight different receivers. His stats on the day were an incredible 17 of 26 for 321 yards 4 touchdowns and 1 interception. Combine those passing numbers with 99 yards rushing on the ground and the Outlaws totaled 420 yards of offense on the day. Last years league receiving leader C.J. Venezia also picked up where he left off with 8 receptions 145 yards and a score. Outlaw rookie T.J. Smith lead the Outlaws in rushing with 68 yards on only 9 carries. The Outlaws first score of the season came from 1 yard out when J.J. Polchin powered it in. After the Outlaws Billy Hammer stripped the ball away from a Phantom player and Michael Penney recovered the fumble in the end zone, Kanya Collins would take a pass from Aguilera from 80 yards out on the very next play and the Outlaws were up 14-0 to end the first quarter. The second quarter would see Outlaw rookie receiver Deon Vance catch his first Outlaw touchdown pass from 11 yards out to make it 21-0 the Outlaws. The Phantoms would get on the board just before the half on a 16 yard pass play and the score at the half was 21-7 Outlaws. The 3rd quarter saw the game get competitive when the Phantoms would block a punt and return it 30 yards to close the gap to 21-14. Vance caught his second touchdown pass from 33 yards out and the Outlaws would widen the gap to 28-14. Just before the end of the third quarter the Phantoms would not go away and scored a touchdown on a pass play from 34 yards out. After a successful 2 point conversion the score was 28-22 Outlaws. The 4th and final quarter saw the teams trade off touchdowns with the GOAT Venezia recording his first touchdown on the season from 7 yards out and after kicker Phil Insalaco made his 5th extra point the Outlaw scoring was complete with 35 points. On one of the last plays of the game the Phantoms scored on a 30 yard pass and when it was all said and done a great game for the fans was complete with the Phoenix Outlaws getting the opening day victory 35-29. The Outlaws defense was lead by all everything Billy Hammer who recorded 8 tackles followed by Reno Bloomquist with 6 and Gary Stevenson and Jarod Mathis with 5 each. Sacks were recorded by Tracy Peoples with two, and Joel Walton, Austin Hull and Jarod Mathis with one each. The only interception was by Aaron O'Neal. Next up... a rematch of last years championship game vs the Ravens at 11:00am at Moon Valley High.