|South Jersey Football:
Lynx 26 Game Winning Streak at Stake
Thursday, September 15, 2005
By George Brookings
The South Jersey Lynx have not lost a regular season game since the first game of their inaugural season back on July 26, 2003. The Lynx played that season in the United Football League and finished with a 10-3 record. As an expansion team in the North American Football League in 2004, the Lynx finished 10-1. In just three years, the Lynx have become a contender in the biggest league on the continent. This team has been tied with several others teams for the best power rated team in the league of 110 teams. The Lynx have held the #1 position for three consecutive weeks.
The South Jersey Lynx (7-0) will travel up the NJ Turnpike on Saturday to take on the New York Panthers (7-1) at Martin Van Buren HS in Queens.
This is the second time these two franchises have met with the Lynx winning the first contest 25-6. Although the Panthers have clinched the Metro North Division, this game has regional significance. Both teams are preparing for the 2005 NAFL playoffs and need to win this game to in order host any playoff games.
This is the Panthers final regular season game while the Lynx still have to face their divisional rival New Jersey Terminators to determine who wins the New Jersey Division. Visit www.southjersylynx.org and www.nafl.org
The following were the scoring results from their game against the Hudson County Stars.