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  Pacific Football League (2011-2012)

Teams:

Snohomish Vikings (2011-12)

Kitsap Bears (2011)

South Sound Shockers (2011-12)

Bellingham Bulldogs (2011-12)

South King Colts (2011-12)

Grays Harbor Bearcats (2011-12)

Yakima Mavericks (2011-12)

Clark County Vipers (2011-12)

Portland Raiders (2011-12)

High Desert Lightning (2011)

Klamath Crusaders (2011)

Rogue Warriors (2011)

Portland Monarchs (2011-12)

Oregon Outlaws (2011-12)

Springfield Buzzards (2011-12)

Southern Oregon Renegades (2011-12)

 

 

 

2011 Champion: Kitsap Bears (13-2)

2012 Champion:  Portland Monarchs (11-0)

Commissioner: Ipo Ross (2011) Joe Disney (2012)

President: Chris Raffleson (2011-12)

Treasurer: Heath Wharton (2011-12)

Secretary: Jeff Fisher (2011)

Officials:  Kevin Hatfield (2012)

 

 

The PFL formed in 2010 in an effort to unite the fractured state of football in Northwest.  The OFL, NAFLNw and teams from the WFL, NWFL and WWFA aligned under one banner to bring the best teams together resulting a 17-team alliance.

Prior to the season starting, the Umpqua Valley Knights shut down operations due to health reasons within the family of the teams' management.

In a shocking upset, the Springfield Buzzards knocked out the Portland Monarchs in the south division playoffs and ended a 46-game Northwest winning streak.  The Renegades topped the Buzzards the following week to earn a spot in the inaugural PFL Championship.  The north division was a close battle as the South King Colts bested the Mavericks in overtime, but couldn't repeat a late season win over the Bears that knocked Kitsap from the undefeated ranks.  Kitsap advanced to the finals and came away with the first PFL championship with a 28-14 win over the Renegades.

The PFL was stunned when the Champs pulled the plug on the 2012 season, along with the Rogue Warriors and Klamath Crusaders calling it quits.  Realignment sent the Vipers back to the South division to help even things up. 

 

With the season barely under way, the Shockers, a team that spearheaded the revolution in the Northwest with their independent formation in 2005 and helped pave the way for the PFL formation, crumbled under player-management and after an 0-3 start and unmet financial obligations found themselves suspended for the season.

 

The North was a solid 3-way battle throughout the season with the Bulldogs finally securing the title.  In the South it was a dominant performance by the Monarchs that continued right on through to a victory over Bellingham in the title game.  The Monarchs would go on to win a shoot-out with the WWFA Champion Seattle Stallions for the GNFA Championship.

2011 - South W L T PF PA
Portland Monarchs 12 1 0 611 127
Southern Oregon Renegades 11 3 0 292 127
Portland Raiders 6 6 0 183 250
Springfield Buzzards 6 6 0 221 215
Klamath Crusaders 4 7 0 190 267
Oregon Outlaws 3 7 0 138 204
Rogue Warriors 2 8 0 179 399
High Desert Lightning 0 10 0 47 372
           

2011 - NORTH

W L PF PA
Kitsap Bears 13 2 437 228
South King Colts 7 4 310 255
Yakima Mavericks 7 5 345 215
Vancouver Vipers 9 5 357 414
South Sound Shockers 6 5 299 234
Grays Harbor Bearcats 5 6 373 292
Bellingham Bulldogs 3 8 257 410
Snohomish Vikings 1 9 198 296
   
2012 - North W L T PF PA
Bellingham Bulldogs 10 3 0 498 233
Yakima Mavericks 7 2 0 351 157
Grays Harbor Bearcats 8 3 0 356 209
Snohomish Vikings 3 6 0 128 351
South King Colts 2 5 0 133 138
South Sound Shockers 0 3 0 31 118
  
  
2012 - South W L T PF PA
Portland Monarchs 11 0 0 528 167
Southern Oregon Renegades 6 3 0 210 191
South Lane Buzzards 4 4 0 105 107
Portland Raiders 3 6 0 101 248
Clark County Vipers 4 7 0 242 349
Oregon Outlaws 2 5 0 105 191
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

   
 
 
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