Caudillos de Chihuahua maintains the perfect step in the LFA
- Caudillos de Chihuahua beat the CDMX Reds 25 points to 7
On a rainy and snowy night, the Chihuahua team, Caudillos, remains undefeated this season, after beating Reds CDMX by a score of 25-7 in week 3 of the LFA American Football League.
The first score of the game came from Juwan “Sonic” Manigo with 7:06 minutes left in the first quarter, after a 15-yard run, leaving the score 6-0 for Chihuahua.
Caudillos would increase the lead through a run by Justin Lewis towards the end zone, advancing 10 yards and leaving the score 12-0 after the failed kick.
Already in the second half, Reds CDMX would be present on the scoreboard with a ground play and scoring six points, and make the good extra point, 12-7 for Caudillos.
One of the key plays of the game would come in the third quarter, when in the red zone for the Reds, Joshua Donaldson would intercept the ball and deprive the visiting team of scoring.
In a long offensive series for Caudillos, and inside the 10 yard line, Chihuahua would activate lineman Diego Bedolla as eligible, to receive a pass from Jeremy Johnson and score six more points for the Chihuahua cause, the score would be 18-7 for Leaders.
With 8 minutes left to conclude the game, once again an interception by Caudillos in the red zone, the ball would return to the diagonals, in an 80-yard return by Alejandro Baliño, with the extra good point from Enrique López being the final score of the game It would be 25 points for Caudillos over 7 for the Reds.
With this score, Caudillos de Chihuahua maintains the perfect pace of three games, three victories, placing itself as the leader of the general table in the American Soccer League. Caudillos' next game will be on March 25 against the Mexicas of Mexico City.