Spokane Shock vs. New Orleans VooDoo (May 17)

May 17, 2013 9:28 p.m.  •  0 comments

The Spokane Shock take on the New Orleans VooDoo in a home game, Friday, May 17, 2013. The Shock recover a fourth quarter New Orleans fumble and seal a 65-54 victory.

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Spokane Shock quarterback Erik Meyer takes the field during player introductions.

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While scrambling, Spokane Shock quarterback Erik Meyer is forced into the stands during the first quarter.

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After a pass reception, Spokane Shock’s Adron Tennell is tackled by New Orleans VooDoo’s Leslie Majors during the first quarter.

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After making a pass reception, Spokane Shock’s Adron Tennell is tackled by New Orleans VooDoo’s Leslie Majors during the first quarter.

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Spokane Shock’s Brandon Thompkins scores on the 45-yard pass from quarterback Erik Meyer during the first quarter.

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The Spokane Shock’s dance team performs during a timeout during the first quarter.

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On a three-yard run, Spokane’s Kamar Jorden flies into the end zone for a Shock score against the New Orleans VooDoo’s during the second quarter.

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On his way to the end zone, Spokane Shock’s Adron Tennell stiff arms New Orleans VooDoo’s defensive back Leslie Majors during the second quarter.

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Shock fans Steve Coulston and his son Gunnar, 8, snag a game ball thrown into the stands during the second quarter.

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Spokane Shock fan Akieba Stevens cheers on his team in the second quarter.

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The Shock recover a fourth quarter New Orleans fumble that sealed the game with a 65-54 win for the Shock.

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