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Sea Dragons Keep Playoff Hopes Alive with 30-12 Win Over Battlehawks

In front of a passionate crowd of 33,142 at The Dome, the Seattle Sea Dragons secured a crucial 30-12 victory over the St. Louis Battlehawks to keep their playoff hopes alive. The Sea Dragons improved their season record to 6-3, equaling the Battlehawks, who also stand at 6-3.


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The game started with a dominant first quarter from the Sea Dragons, with an 8-3 lead. They maintained their momentum throughout the game, scoring in every quarter, while the Battlehawks could only add points in the second and third quarters. Seattle’s 10-point final quarter sealed the victory.

Sea Dragons quarterback Ben DiNucci had an impressive performance, completing 21 of 31 passes for 260 yards, with an average of 8.4 yards per attempt. He threw two touchdown passes but was intercepted once. On the other side, AJ McCarron, Battlehawks’ quarterback, completed 18 of 32 passes for 186 yards, averaging 5.8 yards per attempt, with one touchdown pass and two interceptions.

Seattle’s rushing game was highlighted by T.J. Hammonds, who carried the ball seven times for 59 yards, averaging 8.4 yards per carry, and scoring one touchdown. DiNucci also contributed with a rushing touchdown. For St. Louis, Gary Jennings led the team with four carries for 35 yards, but the Battlehawks failed to find the end zone on the ground.

In the receiving department, Seattle’s Jahcour Pearson stood out with seven catches for 115 yards and a touchdown. Meanwhile, St. Louis’ Marcell Ateman caught seven passes for 99 yards, but it was Darrius Shepherd who scored the team’s lone receiving touchdown.

Seattle’s defense was equally impressive, with Bryce Thompson and Qwynnterrio Cole both recording interceptions. St. Louis’ Lukas Denis also managed to get an interception for his team.

In the kicking game, Seattle’s Dominik Eberle scored one field goal on two attempts, while St. Louis’ Donny Hageman converted both of his field goal attempts.

With the win, the Sea Dragons remain in contention for the playoffs, and they will look to build on this momentum as they head into the final game of the season.

XFL Box Score


Player Position Pass. CMP Pass. ATT Pass. YDS Pass. TD Pass. INT Rush. ATT Rush. YDS Rush. TD Rec. Targets Rec. YDS Rec. Rec. TD
Ben DiNucciQB21312602173810000
Phillip LindsayRB00000101791210
T.J. HammondsRB0000075912320
Charlie TaumoepeauTE0000029011710
Blake JacksonWR0000000051520
Damion WillisWR000000001510
Jahcour PearsonWR00000000811571
Jordan VeasyWR000000004921
Josh GordonWR0000000044620
Juwan GreenWR0000000043020
Kelvin McKnightWR0000000011810
Total 213126021261231131260212


Player Position Pass. CMP Pass. ATT Pass. YDS Pass. TD Pass. INT Rush. ATT Rush. YDS Rush. TD Rec. Targets Rec. YDS Rec. Rec. TD
A.J. McCarronQB1832186121100000
Brian HillRB0000051101000
Kareem WalkerRB000001301110
Jake SutherlandTE000000001000
Austin ProehlWR0000000021320
Darrius ShepherdWR0000000096061
Gary JenningsWR00000435041320
Hakeem ButlerWR000000002000
Marcell AtemanWR00000000119970
Steven Mitchell Jr.WR000001401000
Total 1832186121254032186181

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