West Coast Championship Rankings Week 3

Pac West Week 3 Score”

East LA Spartans 31 vs. High Desert Rams 22* (Game under protest due to playing conditions)

AZGFL Week 3 Scores

Phoenix Outlaws 51- East Valley Ravens 13

Yuma Sun Devils 26- Northern Arizona Wolverines 8

Phoenix Phantoms 20- Imperial Valley Knights 0

 

Rankings:

#1 So Cal Elite (Pac West) – The Elite win streak continues with a 47-10 victory over the Desert Vipers to move to 2-0 on the season. The Elite are back in action against the East LA Spartans this weekend.

#2Phoenix Outlaws (AZGFL) – The Outlaws are off to a hot start after defeating the East Valley Ravens 51-13 to move on to 3-0 on the season and are headed for a showdown with the 3-0 Yuma Sun Devils on Saturday.

#3 Santa Clarita Skyhawks (Pac West) – The Skyhawks have moved to 2-0 in regular season and 4-0 in overall play after an impressive 45-18 win over the High Desert Rams who were previously ranked #5. Skyhawks are off until March 7 when they face the East LA Spartans.

#4 Vegas Trojans (WWFL)- The Trojans are just waiting until they kick off their regular season in 3 weeks to lay claim to a higher spot on the list,but as favorites to win the WWFL the Trojans will be in the mix for the West Coast Championship.

#5 Riverside Redskins (Independent) – The Redskins who have been solid in their victories over the Spartans and Panthers and have built a solid squad and later in the season will be tested against the Elite and Skyhawks. Up next Vegas Hawks on March 7.

#6 Phoenix Phantoms (AZGFL)- The Phantoms came up with a big victory rebounding from their loss against the Outlaws with a 20-0 win over the Imperial Valley Knights.

#7 Yuma Sun Devils (AZGFL)- The Sun Devils are sitting at 3-0 following  26-8 victory over the Northern Arizona Wolverines, the next step is to challenge the #2 Outlaws for the top spot in the AZGFL

#8 East LA Spartans (Pac West)- The Spartans vs. Rams game from Feb 21 is currently under review.

#9 High Desert Rams (Pac West)- The Rams vs. Spartans game from Feb 21 is currently under review.

#10 Vegas Panthers (WWFL)- The Panthers kicked off their 2015 campaign with a 20- 12 victory over the Idaho All Stars in non-league play. The Panthers will be back in action March 7 along with the rest of the Wild West.

#11 San Diego Hornets (Independent/Pac West)- The Hornets after some off season turmoil are back and open their Pac West/Independent season this weekend vs. the Vegas Hawks.

#12 Compton Panthers (WWFL/Independent)- The Panthers were idle last week and will be back in action when the Wild West kicks off on March 7.

#13 Northern Arizona Wolverines (AZGFL)- The Wolverines find themselves at 1-2 after falling to the undefeated Yuma Sun Devils, up next the so far winless Imperial Valley Knights.

#14 Vegas Steelers (WWFL)- The Steelers formerly Cobras have been preparing for the upcoming WWFL season, we will see where they stand after March 7.

#15 Valley Heat (Independent)- The heat who are currently 0-2 have a game coming up with the Riverside Redskins in what will be the 3rd game of the season for the heat vs. Top 10 opponents.

#16 Imperial Valley Knights (AZGFL)- The Knights fell to 0-3 after being shut out bu the Phoenix Phantoms, the Knights travel to Prescott this week to face the Northern Arizona Wolverines.

#17 East Valley Ravens (AZGFL)- The Ravens struggles continue following a 51-13 loss to the Outlaws , things don’t get much better with the Phantoms up next.

#18 Vegas Hawks (WWFL)- The Hawks are ready for game 1 in franchise history as they kick off against the San Diego Hornets this week, win or lose the Hawks have a chance to climb up the rankings heading into WWFL league play on March 7.

#19 Desert Vipers (Pac West)- The Vipers next challenge is perennial Pac West power the High Desert Rams, lets see how the Vipers fair after taking a week off.

#20 Inland Empire Ryders (Independent)- The Ryders are continuing to build until their debut March 28, lets see if they can make some noise in April and May.

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