Enforcers Football 2018… Coming Soon!

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Our 2018 sizzle reel is currently in production. Here’s a little taste of what’s to come!

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Thanks to our Sponsors

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Enforcers Football 2018 Sponsors

AGT Photography

Chino Police Officer’s Foundation

Citrus Valley High School

Donna Rutherford With Evoke Print Studio

Gateway Tires

O.C.T Associates, LLC

Los Osos High School

Quality Auto Body & Paint

Redlands Police Officers Association

Riverside Police Department

Riverside Police Department

San Bernardino County Department of Corrections

San Bernardino Police Department

San Bernardino Sheriff’s Athletic Fund

San Bernardino Sherriff’s Department

Springs Charter School Cherry Valley Co-Op Parent Group

Viva Villa Taqueria

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Enforcers fall to Beach City Giants

Category: 2018 - vs. BC GiantsFootball

The Enforcers came out of the gate strong, recovering a muffed opening kickoff return by the Giants, and promptly marched down the field to open the game 6-0. That was the first and the last time the Enforcers would score all game, as the Beach City Giants scored 34 unanswered points, winning the game by a final score of 34-6.

Thank you to the Beach City Giants for a hard fought game. We wish you luck for the rest of your season.

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Enforcers Win Vs. LAPD!

Category: 2018 - 3/16 vs. LAPDFootball

The Enforcers won the first game of the 2018 season with a statement win over NPSFL Powerhouse, the LAPD Centurions. The action took place in Las Vegas, during the Baker to Vegas Charity Weekend. After a hard fought battle, the Enforcers pulled ahead to win by a score of 21-10!

We’d like to extend our thanks to the LAPD Centurions for a competitive match-up, and we wish them luck for the rest of their season.

Thanks to Steve Vasquez for the game photos!

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Enforcers Sponsor #RainOrShineBowl For Charity

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This Saturday, November 11, the police departments of Chino, Ontario, San Bernardino, and the San Bernardino County Sheriff will team up to play in a flag football tournament for charity.

The Rain or Shine Bowl is the brain child of Enforcers President, Eddie Herrera, who came up with the concept ten years ago as a way to foster camaraderie between departments and promote lifetime fitness. The game is usually played on Veteran’s Day weekend, and has never been canceled due to weather, “rain or shine, no matter what,” hence the name of the event. What started out as a simple pick-up game in the park has now become a multi-department four-team two-game tournament.

The games are played in a round-robin style tournament, where the winners of the first games play each other in the second game. Each participant brings a toy to donate to the pot. The winning team then donates all the toys on behalf of their department to their chosen charity.

If you’d like to join in on the fun, come watch the games this Saturday at A.B. Miller High School in Fontana, at 9am. The action is free, and if you’d like to donate a toy to the pot you can be assured it will go to a great cause! All toys should be new and unwrapped and valued between $10-$20.

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