Meyer leaves Shock for San Jose

Some of quarterback Erik Meyer’s best games have come against the San Jose SaberCats. That won’t be possible next season. Meyer, the former Eastern Washington Eagle who helped Spokane reach the Arena Football League playoffs the last two seasons, signed with San Jose on Friday. Read more

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Spokane Shock Shock coach Andy Olson probably has a long list of worries when it comes to his team, but Mike Washington isn’t one of them. Read more

Shock season ends with a thud

San Jose dominated the Shock on both sides of the ball and cruised to a 55-28 victory Saturday in an AFL playoff game at the SAP Center in San Jose, California. Read more

Shock crushed by SaberCats, 55-28

Spokane came into the playoffs on a roll, winners of five straight and playing its best football of the season…

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Shock open playoffs against San Jose

The two best pass-rush teams in the AFL collide tonight in San Jose and the outcome of those battles up…

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With Erik Meyer back, Shock confident ahead of playoff game at San Jose

Arena football is all about the quarterback, which means tonight’s Spokane-San Jose playoff game figures to be all about the lines. The top two pass-rushing teams in the Arena Football League collide at SAP Center but San Jose has had the better of it in three head-to-head meetings in the regular season. Read more

Shock, SaberCats line up again

Arena football is all about the quarterback and the Spokane Shock like their chances with Erik Meyer in their playoff opener at San Jose. Read more

Washington works on body, mind

Shock coach Andy Olson probably has a long list of worries when it comes to his team, but Mike Washington…

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Shock wide receiver Mike Washington diligently trains body, mind

Mike Washington detests labels, but he lobbed a few at himself. “Just a nerd, bookworm and tech geek,” he said. Read more

Shock wide receiver Mike Washington diligently trains body, mind

Mike Washington detests labels, but he lobbed a few at himself. Read more

Shock on roll with playoffs up next

PORTLAND – Spokane will take a five-game winning streak into the Arena Football League playoffs. Back-up quarterback Brian Zbydniewski tossed five touchdown passes and Terrance Sanders scored on an interception return to fuel Spokane’s 45-40 victory over Portland in the regular-season finale Saturday at the Moda Center. Read more

Shock win fifth in a row

Spokane closed the regular season with a 45-40 road win over Portland on Saturday. The Shock (11-7) won their fifth…

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Shock close regular season at Portland

Spokane would like to keep its late-season roll going when it closes the regular season tonight at Portland.

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Shock end regular season with tuneup at Portland

The Spokane-San Jose playoff matchup was cemented weeks ago so the Shock spent the interim trying to get healthy while building momentum and a winning streak. They’ve accomplished those goals thus far, with one more opportunity tonight in the regular-season finale against Portland at the Moda Center. Spokane (10-7) has won four in a row and welcomed back standout receiver Adron Tennell in Monday’s win over Tampa Bay. Read more

Shock face Portland in tuneup for AFL playoffs

The Spokane Shock have won four in a row heading into Saturday’s night game at Portland and hope to continue that upswing with standout receiver Adron Tennell back in the lineup. Read more

Area roundup: Shock add QB Joe Southwick among flurry of roster moves

Spokane made a number of roster moves Thursday, including the signing of former Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick. Offensive linemen Patrick Afif, who has started 16 games, and Mark Jackson were placed on inactive reserve. Defensive back Bryant Nnabuife was activated from inactive reserve. Defensive lineman Diyral Briggs and receiver Nichiren Flowers were placed on injured reserve. Read more

Shock want to keep momentum rolling

Spokane is trying to finish the regular season on a five-game winning streak, but it also wants to be healthy…

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Shock intend to ‘keep train rolling’

Spokane Shock coach Andy Olson has every intention of playing his best lineup and winning a game that doesn’t mean diddly in the Arena Football League standings or playoffs. Within reason. Read more

Shock win fourth straight with 55-52 triumph over Storm

Quarterback Erik Meyer was sharp, save for one ill-fated pass. Terrance Sanders treated his parents to a two-touchdown performance and the defensive line made life miserable for Tampa Bay quarterback Randy Hippeard. Spokane needed contributions from its offense, defense and special teams to rally past the Storm 55-52 in front of an announced crowd of 9,479 Monday at the Arena. Read more

Shock rally past Storm in fourth

Quarterback Erik Meyer was sharp, save for one ill-fated pass. Terrance Sanders treated his parents to a two-touchdown performance and the defensive line made life miserable for Tampa Bay quarterback Randy Hippeard. Read more

Spokane rallies past the Storm

Spokane won its fourth straight game, this one a hard-earned 55-52 victory over visiting Tampa Bay on Monday night.

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