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Spokane Shock defeats Tampa Bay 55-52

The Spokane Shock defeats Tampa Bay, 55-52, at home in the Arena, Monday, July 21, 2014. Read more

Spokane Shock defeat the San Antonio Talons 70-30

Erik Meyer’s return to the lineup was just what the doctor ordered as the reigning AFL MVP, who missed several games with a broken collarbone, led the Spokane Shock to a 70-30 victory over San Antonio on Friday at the Arena. Read more

Spokane Shock defeat Portland Thunder 58-48

The Spokane Shock defeat the Portland Thunder 58-48 in the Spokane Arena Friday, May 30, 2014. Read more

Spokane Shock lose to the San Jose SaberCats 52-34

The Shock go down in defeat for the third game in a row. Read more

Spokane Shock lose to Pittsburgh 52-41

The Spokane Shock lose to the Pittsburgh Power, 52-41, at home in the Spokane Arena on Friday, May 9, 2014. Read more

Spokane Shock defeat Portland 55-27

The Spokane Shock defeat Portland, 55-27, at home in the Arena, Saturday, April 12, 2014. Read more

Spokane Shock vs. Iowa Barnstormers

The Spokane Shock beat the Iowa Barnstormers 64-35 in the AFL opener at the Arena, Saturday, March 15, 2014. Read more

Spokane Shock vs. Chicago Rush (Aug. 1)

The Spokane Shock defeat the Chicago Rush 69-47 during the AFL playoff game on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013, at Spokane Veterans’ Memorial Arena in Spokane, Wash. Read more

Spokane Shock vs. New Orleans VooDoo (May 17)

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. Read more

Spokane Shock vs. Orlando Predators (May 11)

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. Read more

Spokane Shock vs. Arizona Rattlers (April 12)

Spokane got a stop, then another and the Shock never slowed down on offense behind quarterback Erik Meyer in posting perhaps their biggest win in a couple of seasons, toppling No.1-ranked Arizona 66-49 in front of 10,358 fans Friday night at the Arena. Read more