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The Passion, traveled to Nashville, Tenn., to win the National Women's Football Association championship game agasint the Columbus Comets.
The Passion, which brought an undefeated record into the game, claimed its first title with a 32-0 victory before an enthusiastic crowd of about 2,500 at Whites Creek High School.
"Our offense is very powerful, and what they did tonight they've done all year,'' coach Ron Coder said. "You know we saw [Columbus] and we knew that we could beat them. We had more horses, we had better athletes. They have some good athletes, but overall as a team we're much better athletically."
Quarterback Lisa Horton was named offensive player of the game, and Olivia Griswold was named defensive player of the game.
Passion finishes perfect season with a 32-0 title game victory
First Published July 22, 2007 11:10 pm