Flying Aces fall to the Force in home debut.

Photo courtesy of Wichita Force By James Chambers Contributing Writer
The Wichita Force improved their game in week 2 against the Texas Revolution. Even though the team gave the Revolution multiple first downs that came on fourth down attempts, fans seen a drastic improvement over week one. The first score of the game went to the Revolution, when Robert Kent Jr. threw a four-yard strike against the Force. That play defined the rest of the game.
However, the Force did make it a competition by only losing by 10 points by game end. Aside from the defensive penalties, the Force managed to improve as a team after a 50 point loss to the Duke City Gladiators. Joe Hubener finished the game with 197 yards and four touchdown passes. Eventually, the Force would end the game trailing by ten with a final score of 47 – 37.
Week three the Force played the Flying Aces in Enid, Oklahoma. The Force received the first kickoff. They would hold on the ball for an unprecedented six minutes before running back Jack Tomlinson rushed in with a five-yard scamper into the end zone.
The Aces looked like they switched places with the Force starting the game out with mis-snaps making it difficult for quarterback Joshua Floyd to handle the ball. After throwing an initial 15-yard pass to Joshua Steward Floyd fumbled the snap with the Force recovering. The Aces defense initially held the Force to a three and done possession, forcing a field goal attempt that was blocked by the Aces defense. Consequently the Force recovered the blocked football ten yards up the field yielding a first down. Additionally the Aces defense came up strong, making the Force settle for a 22-yard field goal attempt giving the Force a 10 – 0 lead.
The second quarter was time for the Aces to start their comeback attempt. The Aces put together a ten play offensive escapade that led to a touchdown with help from three penalties on the Force defense. The Aces went into the locker room at half time with a 20 – 13 lead.
The start of the second half the Aces received the first kickoff. Floyd again fumbled the throw and Wichita recovered fumble the ball again and recovering in the end zone for the tying score. Aces offensive line was flagged for a holding call on their next possession, causing their next possession to be cut short and missing a field goal attempt. Joe Hubener would help lead the Force offense down the field and throw a 19-yard toss to make the score 27 – 20.
The Aces next possession would eventually land them on the two-yard line where Floyd scored the touchdown on a quarterback keeper to close the gap just before the third quarter came to a close. The Aces missed the extra point, leaving the Force a one-point lead.
The Force answered the touchdown with a field goal giving them a four-point lead to start the fourth quarter. Floyd, determined to score selected the quarterback keeper to score another two-yard touchdown to put the Aces up by two points. Wichita’s offense proved to be too much to handle for the Aces defense. Wichita went on to score three consecutive times against the Aces. Winning the game with a score of 42 Р32. A Marcus Carter interception put the game at rest and allowed the Force the ability to seal the victory.
Next up for the Force they travel to take on the Omaha Beef who currently holds a similar one and two records. This game will be one to watch with both teams fighting for second place in their respective divisions.

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