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Post Game Articles
Valor put up a Valiant effort, but lose to the Philadelphia SoulSteve Rudden, ArenaFan.com
The Washington Valor was looking to go 2-0 to start the season, but ran into the defending AFL Champion, Philadelphia Soul at the Verizon Center in Washington DC.
Not Enough (Super)heroes in the DistrictJon Stark, ArenaFan.com
The Washington Valor were handed their first loss of the season Saturday by the defending ArenaBowl champs, the Philadelphia Soul, in front of 12,122 at Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. A final score of 49-31 on a rainy evening in the nation's capital.
Valor Fall to Defending Champion Soul, 49-31
Washington Valor Press Release
The Washington Valor dropped their first game of the season Saturday night, a 49-31 loss to the defending champion Philadelphia Soul at Verizon Center. Valor QB Erik Meyer and WR Mike Washington continued to display an early-season rapport, connecting for two more first half touchdowns.
Soul Shuts Down Valor, 49-31
Philadelphia Soul Press Release
The Philadelphia Soul (2-0) defeated the Washington Valor (1-1), with the final score 49-31 in front of 12,122 fans at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on Saturday night.
Valor Game Preview: Philly Comes To WashingtonJon Stark, ArenaFan.com
After an early bye, the boys in red, white and blue are ready to get back to business. The Soul (1-0) are coming to town and will square off against the Valor (1-0) 7 p.m. Saturday, April 22nd at Verizon Center. The game will broadcast live on Monumental Sports Network. Only one will remain undefeated.
|Between the Pads|
|Most Passing Yards|
|268 yards, Meyer, Washington|
|Most Receiving Yards|
|125 yards, Kauleinamoku, Philadelphia|
|Most Rushing Yards|
|11 yards, Raudabaugh, Philadelphia|
|Most Passing TDs|
|5 TDs, Raudabaugh, Philadelphia|
|Most Receiving TDs|
|3 TDs, Reynolds, Philadelphia|
|Most Rushing TDs|
|1 TDs, Benson, Philadelphia|
|Longest TD Pass|
|34 yards, Raudabaugh to Reynolds, Philadelphia|
|Longest TD Run|
|4 yards, Benson, Philadelphia|
|Most INTs Thrown|
|2 INTs, Meyer, Washington|