LA KISS Snakebitten By Arizona Rattlers, 70-25
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The LA KISS was smacked down Sunday by the undefeated — and apparently indefatigable — Arizona Rattlers.
The KISS lost 70-25. in front of more than 11,000 fans in attendance.
The KISS are now 2-8 on the season. The Rattlers are 10-0.
The KISS drew first blood but Arizona responded quickly on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Nick Davila to receiver Kerry Reed. After the extra point, the game was tied 7-7. Arizona defensive back Marquis Floyd returned an interception 15 yards on the following LA KISS drive (4:10 left in the quarter) and put Arizona up by 7.
The teams entered half-time with the score 35-19.
Despite being able to move the ball, the KISS were unable to find the end zone much of the second half. Meanwhile, Arizona continued to score. The Rattlers’ Davila passed for three more touchdowns in the third quarter.
Arizona’s backup quarterback Jason Murrieta kept things going for the Rattlers in the fourth with a 13-yard touchdown pass to Singleton. Another completed kick from Barth put Arizona up 63-19 with 8:28 left to play. KISS quarterback Hansen followed with a 2-yard pass to receiver Samora Goodson, making things 63-25.
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