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  Puget Sound Titans (2008) Seattle Titans (2009)

Years of Operation: 2008

 

Overall Record:  14-0

 

First Game: June 7, 2008 @ Washington Cavaliers

 

First Win: June 7, 2008 @ Washington Cavaliers

 

Final Game: Dec 6, 2008 vs Mile High Grizzlies

 

League Affiliation

 

Northwest Football League (2008)

Cascade Football League (2009)

 

 

Team Headquarters: Bellevue, WA

Owner: Derek Sparks

 

General Manager: Jeff Scott

 

Coaches: Jeff Scott (HC) Dave Broussard, Derek Sparks, Brett Wietburg (DC)

 

Home Field(s): Newport Senior High

Titles Won

2008 Northwest Football League Champions

2008 Far West Football Alliance NW Champions

2008 Far West Football Alliance Champions

 

2008 Schedule/Results (14-0):

 

Honors

Andre Jordan, 2008 NWFL Offensive MVP

Jeff Scott, 2008 NWFL Coach of the Year

 

All-League

Leo Dickerson, QB (2008 2nd)

EJ Ash, RB (2008 1st)

Malachi Dewalt, FB (2008 2nd)

Michael Bush, WR (2008 1st)

Andre Jordan, WR (2008 1st) P (2008 1st)

Marchello Garcia, WR (2008 3rd)

Jason Porreca, C (2008 1st)

Cedric Reed, OG (2008 HM) DT (2008 HM)

Robert Simpson, OT (2008 HM)

Charles MacIntosh, OT (2008 3rd)

Fred Hardwell, DT (2008 1st)

Shaun Lovelace, DT (2008 HM)

Terrance Tritt, DE (2008 HM)

Greg Paribello, MLB (2008 3rd)

Dion Alexander, LB (2008 1st)

Daniel LJ Jenkins, SS (2008 2nd)

Jeremiah Captain, CB (2008 1st) PR (2008 1st)

Drew Jenkins, CB (2008 2nd)

Jon Rector, LS (2008 3rd)

 

 

The Puget Sound Titans were formed by Jeff Scott and Derek Sparks in 2008 after selling off his interests in the King County Jaguars to an ownership group including his former GM Lorie Rarey and her husband Rob. 

 

The Jaguars were taken to the NAFL Northwest league and Scott brought his Titans which was comprised of many of his Jaguar players from 2007, to the NWFL in the spot vacated by the Jaguars.

 

The Titans rolled through the NWFL and defeated the Cascade League champions in an FWFA title game.  Later in December the Titans defeated Colorado Champ Mile High Grizzlies in Las Vegas.

 

On Feb 5, 2009 the Cascade League announced that the Puget Sound Titans would become the Seattle Titans after playing one season in the NWFL.  This deal fell through and the Puget Sound Titans were disbanded with many of the players going to the Renton Ravens.  The one-year wonder team was finished.

June 7 @ Washington Cavaliers

37-14 

June 14 Oregon Thunderbolts

34-14

June 21 @ Seattle Stallions

26-16

June 28 @ Renton Ravens

59-0

July 12 Snohomish County Vikings

49-13

July 19 @ Willamette Valley Raiders

19-14

July 26 Pierce County Bengals

57-0

Aug 2 Seattle Stallions

27-14

Aug 9 Renton Ravens

49-6

Aug 16 @ Snohomish County Vikings

28-14

Aug 23 Willamette Valley Raiders*

46-0

Sep 6 Oregon Thunderbolts**

7-3

Sep 13 Whatcom County Raiders#

27-3

Dec 6 Mile High Grizzlies + 24-13
   
   
   
   
   
*NWFL Playoffs  
**NWFL Championship  
# FWFA Northwest Championship  
+ FWFA Championship  
   
   
   

 

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