WR Solomon Jones, set a minor league football single game receiving record for the Inglewood Blackhawks in 2010 with 316 yards in a game.
LB Roy Otis is shown here discussing plans with a Blackhawk photo.
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FWFA "SPRING" CHAMPIONSHIP SET FOR LAS VEGAS ON SEPTEMBER 15TH
The FWFA "Spring" Championship will be held on Saturday,September 15th,in Las Vegas, Nevada at Rancho High School 7:00 p.m.
The game will match the Southern California Coyotes,Champions of the Pacific West Football League vs New Mexico Titans, Champions of the New Mexico Premier League.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE COLORADO SPRINGS FLAMES FOR DEFEATING THE NEBRASKA LAWDAWGS FOR THE FWFA 2011 "SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIP" IN DENVER.
FAR WEST FOOTBALL ALLIANCE "FALL CHAMPIONSHIP" TO VEGAS TROJANS
Las Vegas, Nevada-November 12, 2011-The Vegas Trojans of the Wild West League (13-1) defeated the Utah Shock (Rocky Mountain League) 38-6 for the FWFA "Fall Championship".
WESTERN FOOTBALL NEWS
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FAR WEST FOOTBALL ALLIANCE HISTORY
The FWFA was formed in 2001 by Dick Suess, Publisher of the Minor League Football News. Until that time there had never been a true western tournament and championship game.
Since then many of the top teams in the West have competed in the FWFA Championship. Here are the past winners:
2001-Sacramento Fury-Golden State League
2002-South Ogden Rhino Raiders-Rocky Mountain League
2003-South Ogden Rhino Raiders-Rocky Mountain League
2004-San Gabriel Valley Rhinos-Southern California Football Association
2005-Daly City Renegades-Golden State Football League
2006-Far West Bowl-Glendale Rangers-Copper League of Arizona
Far West Alliance Champion-New Mexico Crush-New Mexico Football League
2007-Far West Bowl-Island Warriors-Wild West League of Las Vegas
Far West Alliance Champion-Foothill Firehawks-LaBelle Community League
2008-Far West Alliance Champion-Puget Sound (Seattle) Titans-Northwest Football League
Far West Bowl-Whatcom County (Bellingham, Wash) Raiders-Cascade League
2009-Far West Bowl-Kitsap County (Wash) Bears-Cascade League
Far West Alliance Champion-Renton Ravens-Cascade League
2010-Far West Alliance Champion-Seattle Stallions, Western Washington Football Alliance-Spring/Summer Champions
2010-Far West Football Alliance Winter Championship-Denver Titan, Colorado Football Conference.
2011-Far West Football Alliance Summer Championship-Colorado Springs Fames, Colorado Football Conference
2011-Far West Football Alliace Fall Championship-Vegas Trojans, Wild West Football League
FWFA BOWL GAMES A BIG SUCCESS
December 8, 2008-Las Vegas, Nevada-The Far West Football Alliance three bowl game championships results:
Western Bowl Championship-Island Warriors (Las Vegas) 27-California Apaches (UFL)0
Far West Bowl Championship-Whatcom County Raiders (Cascade) 20-West Coast Trojans (UFA) 19
Far West Football Alliance Championship-Puget Sound Titans (NWFL) 23-Mile High Grizzlies (CFC) 13
United Football Alliance All-Stars 31-Colorado All-Stars 24
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2008 SPRING CHAMPIONSHIPS:
FAR WEST BOWL-Kitsap County Bears (Cascade Lg)32-East Las Vegas Cobras (Wild West League) 6
FAR WEST FOOTBALL ALLIANCE CHAMPIONS-Renton Ravens (Cascade Lg)32-Las Vegas Demolition (Wild West Lg) 29
Mile High Grizzlies (CFC) 35-New Mexico Razorbacks (NMAFL) 0
Puget Sound Titans 27-Whatcom County Raiders 3
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2007 FAR WEST FOOTBALL ALLIANCE SEASON ENDED WITH THE FOOTHILL FIREHAWKS AND ISLAND WARRIORS WINNING TITLES!
The Zone 2 Championship was won on a Friday night at Virgin Valley High in Mesquite, Nevada by the Island Warriors of Las Vegas, Nevada. The Islanders finished their season undefeated with a win over the Inglewood Blackhawks of the LaBelle Community League.
On Saturday night, the Foothill Firehawks of the LaBelle Community League ended their undefeated season with a tough win over the defending champion, New Mexico Crush. The loss for the Crush was their first in team history.
Far West Football Alliance 2 News
The Glendale (AZ) Rangers (in white) won the June 24 Spring Championship game in Mesquite, Nevada, with a win over the Summerlin Buccaneers of the Wild Wild West League 36-8
Copper State (AZ) Football League: COPPER BOWL IV CHAMPIONS:GLENDALE RANGERS
New Mexico Football League: CHILI BOWL CHAMPIONS:NEW MEXICO CRUSH
Far West Football Alliance 1 News
The South Ogden Rhino-Raiders lost to the New Mexico Crush in the Western Finals in 2006. This was the first year they did no compete in the FWFA Championship.
July 8, 2006 Diablo Valley JC
NCAFF Central Coast Barnstormers 33 GCFL NorCal Lawmen 18
Texas United League CHAMPIONS: EDINBURG LANDSHARKS (14-0)
Golden Coast Football LeagueCHAMPIONS: NORCAL LAWMEN
Northern California Amateur Football Federation: CHAMPIONS: CENTRAL COAST BARNSTORMERS
Rocky Mountain League CHAMPIONS: South Ogden Rhinos-Raiders, Rocky Mountain League Champions.
2005 FWFA CHAMPIONSDaly City Rengades (19-1)
The FWFA was organized in 2003 as a "Tournament of Champions" for leagues in the Western States. That year the Colorado Football Conference (CFC), Rocky Mountain Football League (RMFL), New Mexico Football League (NMFL),and Southwest Football League (SWFL) Champions competed in the tournament.
The South Ogden Rhino Raiders (RMFL) defeated the Denver Titans (CFC) and Albquerque Razorbacks (NMFL) to advance to the championship game. Their next opponent, the undefeated Southern California Steelers (SWFL) advanced when the California Football Association decided not to compete.
The FWFA 1st Annual Championship Game was held at Cheyenne High School in Las Vegas, Nevada on a cold December night. The game ended in regulation tied at 40-40 as two great teams battled it out. The game was played by NFL rules, so overtime saw the South Ogden Rhino Raiders win the coin toss and elected to receive. The drove down the field and won the game on a pass 46-40.
The second year's lineup of leagues included the Rocky Mountain Football League, New Mexico Football League and Colorado Football Conference in the North. In the South it was the Golden State Amateur League, Minor League Football Association; Northern Division, California Football Association and Southwest Football League.
The Rhino Raiders (RMFL)once again defeated both the CFC and NMFL Champions to earn a second birth in the FWFA Championship game.
In the South the San Gabriel Valley Rhinos, Champions of the CFA beat the Southern California Steelers, Champions of the SWFL to advance to the California Championship Game held in Historic Kezar Stadium in San Francisco. The San Gabriel Valley Rhinos won their 17th straight game beating the Sacramento Wolverines (GSAFL) in a close game 18-13.
The South Ogden Rhino-Raiders and San Gabriel Valley Rhinos met in the FWFA 2nd Annual Championship Game on December 17, 2004 at Dixie College in St. George, Utah. The San Gabriel Valley Rhinos won in a close game that went right down to the final series of the game.
2005 started with the Texas United Football League, Gulf Coast Football League (Texas), New Mexico League, Colorado Football Conference and Rocky Mountain League in the North. In the South it was the Copper State League (Arizona), California Football Association, Southwest Football League and Golden State Amateur League.
The Phoenix Rebels (CSFL) defeated the Albquerque Razorbacks (NMFL) in the first round, but withdrew from playing the South Ogden Rhino Raiders (RMFL). The Raiders (14-0) advance to the championship game at Dixie College on December 10th.
The Southern playoff matched the SWFL Champion and Penland Trophy Winner San Diego Thunder vs CFA Champion Long Beach Lions on November 26th, with that winner hosting the Daly City Renegades (16-1) for the California Championship on December 3rd. The San Diego Thunder emerged with a hard fought victory 19-7 over the Lions. The Renegades defeated the Thunder and earned the right to compete in the FWFA Championship game. The Renegades were unable to make the game at Dixie College, and the event was put on hold while a location and new date could be established. The Rhino-Raiders agreed to travel to San Francisco, where the Renegades beat them for the FWFA Championship.
The 2006 FWFA Championship was won by the New Mexico Crush over the Inglewood Blackhawks in Mesquite, Nevada for the Zone 1 Championship.
The Zone 2 Championship was won by the Glendale Rangers over the Southern California Crush.
The 2007 Zone 1 Champion was the Foothill Firehawks of the LaBelle Community League, with a win over the New Mexico Crush. The Zone 2 Championship went to the Island Warriors of the Wild West League.
2008 FWFA Championship was won by the Puget Sound (Washington)Titans, over the Mile High Grizzlies of the Colorado Football Conference.
The Zone 2 Championship was won by the Whatcom County Raiders over the West Coast Trojans. See article at the top of this page.