Spokane Shock vs. Orlando Predators (May 11)

May 11, 2013 9:54 p.m.  •  0 comments

The Spokane Shock take on the Orlando Predators at home in the Spokane Arena, Saturday, May 11, 2013. The Shock had possession of the ball and a 13-point lead with less than 1 minute remaining, but a turnover and the inability to recover an onside kick allowed Orlando to pull out a stunning 83-82 victory in front of 8,370 Saturday night at the Arena.

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The Spokane Shock’s Terrance Sanders takes a kickoff return within milimeters of a touchdown as he dives for the end zone against the Orlando Predators. He was ruled down short of the goal line, but the shock scored on the next play.

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The Spokane Shock’s quarterback Erik Meyer (9) gets off a pass while pressured by Orlando’s Mark Robinson (44) and protected by Patrick Afif (70).

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The Spokane Shock’s quarterback Erik Meyer (9) scrambles away from Orlando’s Tim Cheatwood (49).

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The Spokane Shock’s Duane Brooks hauls in a touchdown pass and tumbles into the endzone corner in the first half.

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The Spokane Shock’s Paul Stephens (1), left, and Terence Moore (8) wrap up Orlando’s receiver T.T. Toliver in the first half. Spokane’s Cameron McGlenn comes in to help at right.

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The Spokane Shock’s Terrance Sanders makes a one-handed snag to stop kick returner Maurice Williams of the Orlando Predators. Sanders and Williams dueled all evening as the speediest feet on both teams.

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The Spokane Shock’s Terrance Sanders (5) jukes through his blockers to return a kickoff the length of the field against the Orlando Predators.

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The Spokane Shock’s Cameron McGlenn (20) picks off a pass by Orlando resulting from a bad point-after snap by the Orlando Predators in the first half.

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The Spokane Shock’s Terrance Sanders trails on defense but a fan denies Orlando receiver T.T. Toliver a fourth-quarter endzone catch that might have spurred an Orlando comeback.

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The Spokane Shock’s Paul Stephens, center, denies the Orlando Predators’ T.T. Toliver, right, another fourth-quarter endzone reception as Cameron McGlenn, left, comes to help.

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