Face Punchers Punch Their Way To 8-0...Morin Voted MVP
The San Francisco Face Punchers were victorious again yesterday to remain on top of the F.C.B.F.L.
Defense dominated the first 45 minutes of the game but after Mark Brown caught a touchdown pass, the game opened wide up. Fearful line Backers Teddy Twonames and Adam McBride kept Morin and his crew from running the ball until Morin took to the air, completing nearly 100% of his passes, making him the obvious choice for MVP. Morin, also a surprising threat on defense, intercepted 3 passes and kept the opposing quarterbacks looking elsewhere.
Jesse and Peter Counts, both rival receivers, turned out to be the secret weapons for their respective teams while catching key passes for touchdowns and making several tackles. It should also be noted that Jin Voeks was tackled by Peter Counts, and that's no bullshit.
Two new recruits added to their victory this past Sunday with David Melker at quarterback and Colby Pritchard at safety. The two recruits have proven their ability to play with the Face Punchers and will be an exciting addition to the team.
The Face Punchers, who have scheduled their awards ceremony for sometime in November, take to the sand in two weeks.