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Goodman Sets Season-High In Victory


Herbert Goodman

Running back Herbert Goodman carried the ball a season-high 26 times for 95 yards in the Scottish Claymores' 17-7 win over the Rhein Fire last weekend. The Florida native added four receptions for 24 yards in the second consecutive Claymore victory and currently ranks third in NFLEL rushing with 451 yards on 111 carries. Cornerback Hurley Tarver started for the Scottish Claymores and posted four tackles and a pass defensed against Rhein.

Linebacker Paris Lenon started for the Amsterdam Admirals and registered three tackles and a special teams stop in the 21-19 loss against the Frankfurt Galaxy.

Offensive lineman Tim Stuber (F.C. Barcelona) started this past weekend in a 24-17 loss to Berlin, the third straight win for the Thunder and running back Joey Dozier (Frankfurt) saw action in the 21-19 win against Amsterdam, the team's second straight victory. Offensive lineman Ed Kehl saw action with the Rhein Fire in a 17-7 loss to the Scottish Claymores.

Defensive tackle John Gilmore (Amsterdam) remains on injured reserve due to a hand injury.


Berlin Thunder 24, F.C. Barcelona Dragons 17

Frankfurt Galaxy 21, Amsterdam Admirals 19

Scottish Claymores 17, Rhein Fire 7


F.C. Barcelona Dragons at Frankfurt Galaxy - 12:00 p.m. (CT), Saturday, May 25 - FOX Sports Net *

Amsterdam Admirals at Scottish Claymores 9:00 a.m. (CT) - Sunday, May 26 - DIRECTV, Chan. 704

Berlin Thunder at Rhein Fire 1:00 p.m. (CT) - Sunday, May 26 - FOX

*Check local listings for air time and channel number.



Frankfurt Galaxy510.833152100

Rhein Fire420.66710593

Scottish Claymores330.50010780

Berlin Thunder330.500135111

Amsterdam Admirals240.333119124F.C. Barcelona Dragons150.16795205


Offense: WR, Dane Looker, Berlin (St. Louis Rams) - 5 receptions for 101 yards, 2 touchdowns vs. Barcelona

Defense: S, Willie Gary, Scotland (St. Louis Rams) - 20-yard fumble return; 1 interception and 2 tackles vs. Rhein

Special Teams: K, Ola Kimrin, Frankfurt - 52-yard field goal for 4 points; 44-yard game-winning field Goal vs.Amsterdam

National: WR, Jason Byworth, Scotland - 12-yard touchdown (first career TD) vs. Rhein


One game separates the Rhein Fire (4-2) and the World Bowl champion Berlin Thunder (3-3) in the standings. Not only are the Thunder hoping to stretch their winning streak to four games, but they know that a victory by more than four points would give them a head-to-head tiebreaker edge over the team that will host this year's championship game. The Thunder have won three straight games after a 24-17 victory against Barcelona last week after opening the season with three losses. The Fire's four-game winning streak came to a halt with a 17-7 loss at Scotland.

The Frankfurt Galaxy is 5-1 for the first time in franchise history, while F.C. Barcelona are 1-5 for their first time. The Galaxy are looking to record their first winning season in three years and qualify for their fifth World Bowl appearance.


DirecTV will broadcast two games per weekend, FOX Sports Net will televise a "Game of the Week" all season and FOX will broadcast a "Game of the Week" each week during Weeks 6-8, followed by World Bowl X on June 22. Current and former NFL players will be in the broadcast booth throughout the season.

Sat. May 25, F.C. Barcelona at Barcelona Talent: Scott Graham, Mark Royals

Sun. May 26, Amsterdam at Scotland Talent: Nick Halling, Jason Garrett

Sun. May 26, Berlin at Rhein Talent: Curt Menefee, Brian


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