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July 14, 2006 - arenafootball2 (af2) - Everett Hawks News Release

Everett Hawks (4-9)
Vs. Green Bay Blizzard (8-6)
Date: Saturday, July 15, 2006
Kickoff: 7:30 P.M. PST
Site: Everett Events Center
National Anthem:
Coin Toss: Tony Benton
Officials: Gavin Anderson (Referee),
Rich Troyer (Umpire), Ryan Fleming (Head Linesman),
Matt Dornan (Line Judge), Jeff Sadorus (Back Judge)
Radio: KRKO 1380
TV: Fox Sports Northwest (FSN) - Live
Series Record: First Meeting
Last Meeting: N/A
Streaks: Hawks 1W, Blizzard 1L
Coaches: Anthony Wells (4-3,0-0 playoffs, First Season)
Bob Landsee (17-14 overall record, 2nd Season)

Everett must win this game to keep their playoff hopes alive.

This is the first meeting between the Hawks and Blizzard.

If Everett defeats Blizzard, it would ...
- Give Everett a 1-0 series record over the Blizzard
- Give Everett a 5-9 record in 2006
- Give Coach Wells his 5th win as an af2 head coach
- Give Everett Hawks a two-game regular season winning streak
- Give Everett Hawks its 5th af2 win in team history

Date Opponent Result Score
3/30 BAKERSFIELD 7:30 L 54-60
4/8 @ Birmingham 5:00 L 36-41
4/15 @ Spokane 7:00 L 41-44
4/30 CENTRAL VALLEY 2:00 L 41-60
5/6 STOCKTON 7:00 L 40-50
5/13 SPOKANE 7:30 L 29-58
5/20 @ Tulsa 5:00 L 49-53
5/27 STOCKTON 7:00 W 41-40
6/3 BIRMINGHAM 7:30 W 40-31
6/10 CENTRAL VALLEY 7:30 L 48-54
6/17 @ Stockton 7:00 W 51-40
6/24 @ Central Valley 7:30 L 42-61
7/8 BAKERSFIELD 7:30 W 63-34
Date Opponent Time Streak Series
7/15 GREENBAY 7:30 0-0
7/22 @ Spokane 6:00 0-2
7/29 @ Bakersfield 7:00 1-1

Green Bay Blizzard (8-6)
Date Opponent Time Result Score
3/31 ALBANY 7:30 L 48-40
4/7 @ Manchester 6:30 W 48-34
4/15 @ Quad City 7:15 W 57-34
4/21 OKLAHOMA CITY 7:30 L 44-32
4/29 @ Louisville 6:00 L 45-39
5/6 @ WB/Scranton 6:00 L 27-42
5/13 MACON 7:30 W 53-19
5/19 QUAD City 7:30 W 40-35
5/27 @ Albany 6:00 W 56-51
6/10 STOCKTON 6:30 L 68-62 OT
6/17 @ South Georgia 6:30 W 52-50
6/24 WB/SCRANTON 7:30 W 65-35
7/1 @ Florida 6:30 W 48-47
7/7 MANCHESTER 7:30 L 62-58
Date Opponent Time Streak Series
7/15 @ Everett 9:30
7/28 LOUISVILLE 7:30


Anthony Wells, Everett Hawks
Coach Wells joins the Everett hawks via the N.I.F.L. Cincinnati Marshals. His head coaching expertise with the Marshals was added to individualize the Hawks coaching staff. After working with the defense in his first week with the Hawks, Wells was named the new head coach.

Coach Wells, nickname "T-Wells," began his football career at Rochester High School in Pennsylvania where he also competed in track and basketball.

After High School, Well's attended Kent State University where he received a degree in communications. His football career continued at Kent State under the direction of Glenn Mason who helped him to receive a 1st team all-conference honorable mention and later to become an All-American.

Wells is an eight year veteran of the Arena Football League where he had stints with the Florida Bobcats, Miami Hooters, and the Cleveland Thunderbolts. He played from 1991 to 1999 as a 6'2, 220 pound, wide receiver / defensive back.

His coaching career immediately succeeded his playing career and includes AF2 offensive coordinator positions with the Wilkes-Barre Pioneers (13-3), the Charleston Swamp-foxes (9-7), and the Pensacola Barracuda's. Wells continued his success upon receiving the head coaching job with the Cincinnati Marshals. Wells took over at mid-season and lead the mediocre Marshals at 4-4, into the Atlantic division champ game, ending the season at 10-6.

Bob Landsee, Head Coach
Bob Landsee returns to the Green Bay Blizzard as Head Coach after leading the team to its greatest season ever in 2005. Under Landsee, the Blizzard played to their first-ever winning record (9-7) and the franchise's first trip to the postseason. He originally took the helm of the Blizzard in 2005 after serving for one season as the line coach of the Indiana Firebirds of the Arena Football League. Previously, he was with the Toronto Phantoms (2002), after spending the two previous years with the Milwaukee Mustangs (2000-01). Landsee entered the coaching ranks following a very successful playing career as an offensive lineman.

This is the first meeting between the Hawks and Blizzard

Both teams will be looking to take a 1-0 series lead.

LEAGUE TOP 10s: Players from this week's match-up who rank among af2's statistical leaders:
Player Rank Category Stat
Harrell, Clay 7 Sacks 7.0
Pela, Ufuoma 2 Fumbles Rcvd. 0.40
Player Rank Category Stat
Pelz, Dallas 1 Scoring (Kick) 10.2
MacPherson, James 1 Pass Yds/Comp. 14.2
Gordon, Ronnie 2 Pass Yds/Comp. 13.6
Lazare, Peter 2 Rushing TD's 16
Holmes, Brent 1 Yards Per Catch 18.3
Harris, Gerald 9 Interception Ret. Yds 72
Crocker, David 5 Tackles 6.6
Leverson, Luke 6 Kick Return Avg. 22.0

TALE OF THE TAPE: Here's how the Hawks and Blitz stack up:
Category Rank Stat Rank Stat
Scoring Offense 17 44.2 12 48.4
Scoring Defense 12 48.2 2 43.9
Total Offense 17 250.7 10 270.5
Total Defense 11 261.2 14 270.6
Pass Offense 17 229.8 16 230.0
Pass Defense 10 237.0 16 251.9
Rushing Offense 13 20.8 1 40.5
Rushing Defense 16 24.2 6 18.7
Total Off. T.D.'s 18 75 11 91
Pts. Scored Kicking 17 74 5 95
Pass Efficiency 16 93.7 9 109.4
Pass Def. Efficiency 15 106.4 10 99.2
Kickoff Returns 12 17.8 5 18.7
MFG Returns 15 4 5 7
Turnover Margin 18 -9 4 +12
Field Goals 6 .417 7 .391
PAT Kicking 9 .776 16 .747
Sacks By 12 16 8 22
Sacks Against 17 24 2 7
First Downs 19 221 6 244
Opp. First Downs 3 208 23 284
Penalties 22 69.3 18 64.9
Opp. Penalties 1 88.2 23 41.9

Pos. Name Injury Status
OL/DL Jones, Brett Knee Long Term
OL/DL Shine, Willie Ankle Short Term
WR/LB Dobson, Clint Hamstring Short Term

"The team is really coming together, especially after a big win against Bakersfield. Facing a quality team like the Blizzard is going to be a great test for our guys."

The Hawks still have a chance to make the playoffs at 7-9. This would be great for the Hawks' franchise.

The Hawks will head across the state to Spokane to try and avenge two early season losses to the Shock on Saturday, July 22nd. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 (PST) at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena. The Shock have a 2-0 series lead this season.

Hawks QB Brian Baker will look to keep his momentum going after a solid performance against Bakersfield.


(selected by media)
Week Opp. Player
15 Blitz Brian Baker
9 Stockton Hassan Brockman
1 Blitz Rennard Reynolds

(selected by media)
Week Opp. Player
15 Blitz Ruschard Dodd-Masters
9 Stockton John Fields
7 Shock Toure' Davis

(selected by media)
Week Opp. Player
15 Blitz Hassan Brockman
9 Stockton Milton Myers
1 Blitz Kendrick Walker

(selected by media)
Week Opp. Player
15 Blitz LeJuan Edwards
9 Stockton Tavarius Davis
7 Spokane Hassan Brockman
6 Stockton Hassan Brockman

RECENT ROSTER MOVES (most recent first):

Date Action Player
7/9 Activation from Long Term IR Mike Rose
7/9 Placed on Short Term IR Clint Dobson
7/9 Placed on Short Term IR Willie Shine
7/9 Placed on Reassignment Adrian Cockfield
7/6 Placed on Re-Assignment Adrian Burnette
7/6 Activation from Short Term IR Doug Simms
7/6 Activation from Long Term IR Jason Null
7/6 Activation from Long Term IR Clint Dodson
7/6 Suspension-Conduct detrimental to team Doug Simms
7/6 Suspension-Conduct detrimental to team Adrian Cockfield
7/6 Suspension-Conduct detrimental to team Milton Myers
6/22 Activated from Short Term IR Chris Ekwueme
6/16 Claiming from Recallable Re-assignment JR Thomas
6/16 Placed on Team Suspension Jesse Duncan
6/16 Voided - Team Suspension Calvin Greenwood
6/15 Placed on Team Suspension Calvin Greenwood
6/15 Activated from Long Term IR Michael Wild
6/14 Placed on Refused to Report Brian Devine
6/8 Assigned by the League LeJuan Edwards
6/8 Assigned by the League Adrian Burnett
6/8 Assigned by the League Douglas Sims
6/8 Placed on Short Term IR Clint Dodson
6/8 Placed on Short Term IR Chris Ekwueme
6/8 Placed on Long Term IR Michael Rose
6/8 Placed on Long Term IR Jason Null
6/8 Activated from Short Term IR Thomas McKenzie
6/8 Placed on Re-Assignment AJ Street
6/8 Placed on Re-Assignment Dakarai Pearson
6/2 Assigned by the League Michael Rose
6/2 Assigned by the League Dakarai Pearson
6/2 Assigned by the League Deontrae Johnson
6/2 Placed on Short Term IR Jason Null
6/2 Placed on Reassignment Jamley Austin
6/2 Placed on Reassignment Edward Powell
6/2 Placed on Team Suspension A.J. Street
5/25 Traded to Bakersfield for future consideration Chuck Jones
5/25 Placed on Re-assignment Dannie Snyder
5/25 Placing on Long Term IR Thomas McKenzie
5/25 Activated from Short Term IR John Fields
5/25 Assigned by the league Clint Dodson
5/25 Assigned by the league Vichael Foxx
5/25 Assigned by the league Adrian Cockfield
5/25 Placed on Re-assignment Charles Davis
5/25 Placed on Re-assignment Kelvin Wallace
5/25 Placed on Re-assignment Chris Cole
5/23 Traded to Macon for future consideration D.J. Humphries
5/22 Placed on Recallable Reassignment by the League Charles Davis
5/22 Placed on Recallable Reassignment by the League D.J. Humphries

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