SPOKANE, Wash. – The Spokane Shock (8-7) hosted the number one overall and West Division leading Arizona Rattlers (12-3) Friday night at the Spokane Arena in front of 8,946 fans. A number of early miscues and turnovers by Spokane would open the door early for Arizona as they would
SPOKANE, Wash. – The Spokane Shock fell to the Arizona Rattlers 61-35 Friday night. They are now 8-7 on the season.
This is the 7th win in a row for the Rattlers.
The Shock take to the road next, playing the Philadelphia Soul on Sunday, July 8th at 3:00pm.
The Spokane Shock have shown they can play with the best teams in the AFL. They get a chance to prove it again Friday night as they host No. 1 Arizona at Spokane Arena.
The Spokane defense has its work cut, for sure. Arizona is ranked third in the league in passing thanks to quarterback Nick Davila
SPOKANE, Wash. - KHQ's own Leslie Lowe goes Over The Edge for Special Olympics, rappelling more than 200 feet down the Bank of America Financial Center in Spokane.
Thursday was media day for the Over The Edge Event. In addition to Leslie Lowe, Spokane Shock head coach Andy Olson also took the
The Spokane Shock moved up in the Coaches poll on Wednesday, going from No. 7 to No. 6. And yet, they still face an uphill battle in their quest to make the postseason.
Arizona topped the list again after they beat Milwaukee 52-37 last week. The Rattlers come to Spokane this Friday in a West
Despite facing a tough uphill climb towards the playoffs the Spokane Shock can take some comfort in the fact that, statistically speaking, they are one of the best teams in the league with just four games to go.
Spokane moved up to No. 6 in the AFL Power Rankings on Monday – right behind
by Michelle Dapper, SWX Anchor/Reporter and John Goodwin, SWX Staff
With just four weeks left in the regular season, the Spokane Shock's chances of making the playoffs continue to dwindle.
The Spokane Shock face an extremely tough road game against the San Jose Sabercats, whom are undefeated in
The Shock activated defensive lineman Jeremy Geathers this week after he was cut from the BC Lions of the CFL. But Geathers apparently isn't returning to Spokane.
Geathers was placed on the Refuse to Report list on Wednesday.
Also on the transaction list on Wednesday: receiver Charles Frederick
With the deal between the AFL and the players union all but signed, sealed and delivered, the Spokane Shock and majority owner Brady Nelson can get back to the business of playing football.
Nelson missed watching a home game for the first time since he brought the team to town seven years ago
By the numbers, the Spokane Shock remain one of the best teams in the Arena Football League. Too bad their division record doesn't show it.
The Shock dropped just one spot in the AFL Power Rankings on Monday to No. 7 – two days after losing to the Utah Blaze. Arizona remains on top,