(ADDISON, TX) The St. Louis SLAM saw its 2015 season come to an end Saturday night via a 54-3 setback to the Dallas Elite in the opening round of the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) playoffs at Alfred Loos Stadium.
The SLAM finished its season 6-3.
Dallas (9-0) pounced early on its home turf. A touchdown scamper by Odessa Jenkins, combined with a 57-yard scoring reception by Brittany Satterwhite, resulted in the SLAM trailing, 14-0, at the end of the first quarter.
Another uncontested fourteen was posted by the Elite in the second. Tiffany Hill’s touchdown plunge, and ensuing two-point conversion, pushed the score to 22-0. Jenkins later added another end zone run to make the score 28-0.
SLAM running back Taylor Hay connected with a 30-yard field goal prior to the half’s expiration, whittling the margin to 28-3.
Unfortunately, those would be the lone SLAM points scored on the evening, as the Elite’s stubborn defense held St. Louis at bay.
In the fourth quarter, Jenkins’ third TD run and Erika Bobo’s scoring reception solidified victory for Dallas.
The 26-0 second-half shutout gave the Elite the 51-point win and entry into the WFA playoff quarterfinals against Kansas City, who defeated Arlington 22-12 Saturday night.
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