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The Fury sends the Bulls out to pasture with a 62-0 win

Capital City Fury shellacked the visiting Tri-Valley Bulls 62-0. The Bulls' defense had no answer on how to stop the high flying Fury whose offense scored nine touchdowns whilst their shutdown defense gave up no points and kept them backpedaling on their heels in the victory. The Fury ran up and down the field, pummeling the hapless Bulls on both sides of the ball. The home team opened up the game by scoring three touchdowns in the first quarter and the visitors would never recover from it. In the second quarter, the Fury rested QB Logan Hollis and gave the keys to backup A.J. Chambers who continued to put the team on cruise control and scored another touchdown bringing an end to the half at 26-0.

Action from Saturday afternoon's game.
Joseph Ulibas

The third quarter began with another three touchdown output by the Fury as Hollis came back to throw another touchdown pass and lead the team on two more drives making it a 48-0 game. The Bulls have all but given up by then but a few players tried to rally the troops but it was all for naught. In the fourth, the Fury once again went into cruise control and scored twice again on running plays as they went to the old "ground and pound" scheme to ice the victory. The final score was 62-0 but it felt like an even bigger blowout on the field. The bruised and battered Bulls (0-3) travel up to Salinas to battle the Spartans whilst the Capital City Fury (3-1) are on the road to face off against the Pacifica Islanders (1-3).

The Fury's next home game will be against the North Bay Rattlers on April 26th. For more information about the Capital City Fury please visit and to learn more about the Pacific Coast Football League check out

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