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Capital City Fury clobber the Solano Chiefs 63-18

Action from Saturday afternoon's game.
Action from Saturday afternoon's game.
Joseph Ulibas

The Capital City Fury clobbered the Solano Chiefs late Saturday 63-18 in their final home game of the 2014 season. The game was delayed a half hour and that affected the game slightly because the fired up Fury was a bit cooled off by the delay. Solano took advantage and scored first with a touchdown pass from Kyle Allen. The Fury came back later on in the quarter and Logan Hollis answered with a touchdown pass of his own giving them a 7-6 lead heading into the second.

Capital City Fury
Courtesy of the Capital City Fury

The game was blown open in the second quarter by the Fury who played like a machine. Hollis threw a couple of touchdowns along with a few touchdown rushes giving them a 35-12 advantage heading into the half. It was a lead that they would never relinquish as Capital City would score four more touchdowns for a 63-18 victory. Solano held their own for awhile with their agility and speed on both sides of the ball. The Fury were able to stifle the finesse Chiefs high impact offense and not only outscored them but punished them.

With the win the Fury improve to 6-3 whilst the Chiefs fall to 5-4. Capital City moves into sole possession of fourth place in the Pacific Coast Football League. The Fury's next game will be on the road May 31 against the Delta Ducks. The Ducks are 4-0 at home whilst the Fury is 3-1 on the road making for a great final game of the season showdown.