Week 5 wrapped up with several huge blowout games and a tight contest as the stage begins to be set for the 2022 Playoffs. Several teams are fighting for a chance, while others are looking to go into the postseason healthy and playing at the highest level possible.
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WNFC Week 5 Highlights
By Derek Fleming, staff writer, WNFC
Atlanta Phoenix vs Florida Avengers
Final Score: 26-0
Play of the Game: Facing a third-and-18 in the fourth quarter down by 19, Florida Avengers QB Molly Richardson was intercepted by Atlanta Phoenix safety Crystal Reese. The turn-over led to the third touchdown of the day for the Phoenix.
Kansas City Glory at Houston Heat
Final Score: 32-0
Play of the Game: Nursing a 3-0 lead early in the third quarter, Kansas City running back Jada Humphrey took a handoff to the house, rumbling 35 yards for the score. The touchdown ignited a scoring frenzy in the second half.
Washington Prodigy at Texas Elite Spartans
Final Score: 8-42
Play of the Game: Texas Elite Spartans quarterback Brittany Bushman connected with receiver Liz Landry, who bounced out of a tackle and went the distance to score the second touchdown of the day for the Spartans. The play totaled 53-yards, with Landry accounting for more than 40 yards after the catch.
Phoenix Prowlers at San Diego Rebellion
Final Score: 47-0
Play of the Game: Already leading by a touchdown in the first quarter, the San Diego Rebellion punted on fourth down, but Prowlers returner Kimberly Tupaz muffed the kick and it was recovered by a swarm of Rebellion players. The next play saw Rebellion running back Adriana Gutierrez take the ball in for a score to extend the early lead.
Oregon Ravens at Los Angeles Legends
Final Score: 14-16
Play of the Game: Oregon was driving downfield late in the fourth quarter when a false start penalty erased a probable first down. The Los Angeles Legends defense stopped Oregon three yards short on fourth and ten to secure the win.