Winning Streak snapped at 17 Games. Blackhawks lose to Stampede 32-0

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (January 25) -- Murphy's law was in the air at Jackie Robinson Stadium on Saturday evening as the visiting Southwest Stamped of Arizona came and knocked off the previously unbeaten Inglewood Blackhawks by a score of 32-0. The last time Inglewood has been shut out in a game dates back to November 2004 when they lost the then CFA championship to the undefeated San Gabriel Rhinos by the score of 28-0. The Stamped came into the game with a vigorous game plan as they limited the Blackhawk offense to only 46 plays while keeping possession most of the game and capitalizing on opportunities. "They out-played us on both sides of the ball", stated General Manager John Colca. Hats o

Inglewood Defeats 2019 Fall Champion B.C. Giants 25-20 in a Thriller

WILMINGTON, Calif. (January 19, 2020) -- The Blackhawks came back from a 20-18 deficit with just 50 seconds left on the clock as they defeated the 2019 Fall champion beach City Giants by the score of 25-20 at L.A. Harbor College. In a great back and forth battle by the two champions from last season (Spring and Fall), the fans got a great game that went back and forth throughout the contest. QB Robert Fuller Sr found WR Justin Sydney from 5 yards out to take the lead and for the win. Fuller finished the game 15 of 28 for 176 yards 3 TD's and 2 INT's. Sydney finished the game with 4 receptions for 41 yards and the game winning TD. WR's Darius Bratcher and Devin Gage both had touchdown recept

Inglewood Leaves No Doubt as they Defeat Arizona 40-6 to Kickoff 2020

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (January 12, 2020) -- The 2019 LDFL Champion Inglewood Blackhawks (1-0) kicked off their 2020 pre-season this past weekend and walked away with a resounding 40-6 victory over the Tucson Thunder of the Arizona Cactus Football League. This was the first ever meeting between the two teams and the first game of the season for both. Inglewood looked rusty most of the game which is to be expected when your first game is your first day in pads. Yes, yesterday was the Blackhawks first day in pads so in the grand scheme of things walking away with a 40-6 victory doesn't look as bad. Offensively the Blackhawks were led by a trio of quarterbacks who all threw touchdowns on the day.

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