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SLAM Football Suffers 10-Point Setback To Kansas City

by Brian Ledford

(OVERLAND PARK, KS) In a “Show-Me State” tussle of teams within the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA), the St. Louis SLAM suffered a 27-17 setback Saturday to the Kansas City Titans at Shawnee Mission South.

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Photo Credit: St. Louis SLAM

The 10-point loss sent the SLAM (2-1) to 1-1 in the WFA’s Great Plains Division of the American Conference – Midwest Region.

The SLAM posted the early advantage with Taylor Hay’s fourth rushing touchdown of the season, a 15-yard scamper that gave St. Louis a 7-0 lead following the successful kick afterwards.

Kansas City scored later in the first quarter but failed on the PAT and the SLAM maintained a 7-6 edge after one frame.

SLAM quarterback Jelani Kelly scored on a one-yard touchdown keeper in the second quarter. Hay’s PAT kick afterwards pushed the St. Louis lead to 14-6.

Kansas City scored before the half concluded and added a two-point conversion. At intermission, the game was tied, 14-14.

Photo Credit: St. Louis SLAM

Photo Credit: St. Louis SLAM

Defense became a focal point of the third quarter. St. Louis was able to break the deadlock as Hay kicked a 15-yard field goal with 4:20 left in the stanza to give the SLAM a 17-14 edge.

The Titans scored late in the quarter, converted a kick, and sported a 21-17 scoreboard flip heading into the final frame.

Kansas City notched the fourth quarter’s lone touchdown and snagged a 27-17 win over the SLAM. The Titans improved to 2-1 on the season and claimed the top position in the WFA’s Great Plains Division with the 10-point duke.

The SLAM looks to rebound and plays the Minnesota Machine (0-3) next Saturday in Osseo, MN. St. Louis topped the Machine, 27-18, three weeks ago to kick off its 2015 campaign.

For more information on the St. Louis SLAM, go to stlslam.com.

(Story constructed via the Facebook page of the St. Louis SLAM.)

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