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The Spokane Empire dominated the first half and survived a second-half rally to turn back the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles 41-35 in Indoor Football League action on Monday in Salt Lake City.
The feeling associated with the first day of practice feels sweet for a lot of athletes. Based on past circumstances, it felt sweeter on the team’s first practice of the season Tuesday for Spokane Empire offensive specialist Trevor Kennedy.
Spokane Empire running back Trevor Kennedy was named the 2016 Indoor Football League Offensive Rookie of the Year, the league announced on Thursday.
The pecking order in the Indoor Football League begins with Sioux Falls, followed by Spokane.
Trevor Kennedy won’t carry the football, make a catch out of the backfield or return another kick this season.
Spokane Empire standout Trevor Kennedy suffered a broken right leg in Saturday’s win over Billings and will miss the rest of the season, coach Adam Shackleford said.
Spokane decided revenge is a dish best served by the score of 75-28.
Trevor Kennedy was just about convinced he’d reached the end of the professional football line.
Spokane Empire coach Adam Shackleford knows watching the videotape isn’t going to be pretty but the outcome will look just fine in the win column.
The tone was set early. Nice Spokane Empire kick return, swift touchdown drive. Repeat.
Spokane and Colorado will play on artificial turf inside the Arena and not on paper.
Spokane Empire coach Adam Shackleford heard about Trevor Kennedy from assistant coach Cleveland Pratt and was impressed with Kennedy’s highlight video.