WSFL REPORT 9-30-01

Dixie State will relinquish their top ranking in the NJCAA after losing to Glendale. Meanwhile, Ricks continues to impress and takes over the conference lead with a huge win.

     WSFL    OVERALL
W L PCT   W L PCT
RICKS 5 0 1.000 5 0 1.000
SCOTTSDALE 4 1 0.800 4 1 0.800
DIXIE STATE 3 1 0.750 4 1 0.800
PIMA 3 2 0.600 3 2 0.600
NM MILITARY 3 2 0.600 3 2 0.600
MESA 3 2 0.600 3 2 0.600
GLENDALE 3 3 0.500 3 3 0.500
SNOW 1 3 0.250 1 3 0.250
PHOENIX 1 4 0.200 1 4 0.200
EASTERN ARIZONA 1 4 0.200 1 4 0.200
ARIZONA WESTERN 0 5 0.000 0 5 0.000

SCORES FROM THE WEEKEND

RICKS 64  PHOENIX 10

The Vikings making their last appearance in Phoenix a memorable one with a 64-10 win over the Bears, in Phoenix.  The win leaves Ricks, the only unbeaten team in the WSFL.

GLENDALE 35  DIXIE ST. 13

The defending NJCAA Champions gave the current #1 ranked Rebels a lesson, with a 35-13 win at Glendale.

SCOTTSDALE 28  MESA 24

Jack Tomco hit Mike Allen with an 18 yard strike, with less then a minute left in the game, as the Artichokes rallied from a 21 point deficit to beat Mesa 28-24 at Mesa.

SNOW 24  ARIZONA WESTERN 21(ot)

Snow's Dennis Pawelek kicked the game winning field goal in overtime, giving the visiting Badgers a hard fought overtime win in Yuma.

NMMI 30  PIMA 24(ot)

New Mexico Military's Jamil Porter scored on a 14 yard in overtime to give the Broncos a 30-24 win at Pima in Tucson.


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