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Wheelers hammer Hawaii
By Craig DeVrieze/ QUAD-CITY TIMES

Hometown heroes came home in a big way for the Quad-City Steamwheelers in a 69-39 victory over the far-from-home Hawaiian Islanders Saturday night at The Mark of the Quad-Cities.

Personifying arenafootball2s new Hometown Football theme
, Davenports Ira Gooch had 10 catches, four touchdowns and 237 all-purpose yards to spearhead the victory, while Pleasant Valleys Chris Anthony had eight catches for 85 yards and a touchdown.

Former Westmer High star Josh Fourdyce and ex-St. Ambrose standout Dan McMullen also added scores as the
Steamwheelers steamrolled the visitors from across the Pacific.

The win was the
Steamwheelers 24th in as many franchise turns at The Mark and their 14th straight since the lone loss in franchise history last June.

More importantly, it was coach Rich Ingolds teams third win without a loss this season and kept the
Wheelers in first place in the National Conferences Midwest Division.

It feels good, Ingold said afterward. And we are going to get better.

Gooch, who was selected as offensive MVP, scored all of his touchdowns in the opening half when he had six catches for 104 yards in sparking the
Steamwheelers to a breakaway 47-17 lead at intermission.

In the opening half, the
Steamwheelers offense scored on every turn with the football and looked a little like the high-powered Wheeler offenses of the past two years.

Quad-Cities finished the game with 308 yards of offense to Hawaiis 183.

We just put it together tonight offensively, said Gooch, who had 127 receiving yards and returned four kicks for another 110. Its about time we played up to the defense. The defense had been carrying us.

Ingold said improved offense was the master plan throughout the week.

After the win at Louisville (last week), I stressed to the offense that we had to get back to work, said the coach. And the guys stepped up.

Quarterback Tony Zimmerman ran for two scores and passed for seven more, completing 25 of 36 attempts for 298 yards through the air.

The defense played a key role in the win, too, turning the Islanders over four times, including on three straight second-quarter possessions.

Hiawatha Phifer, the games defensive MVP, had an interception and made a big hit that created another for fellow defensive specialist Pee Wee Woods in that span. And Frank Trentadue the do-it-all linebacker/lineman/fullback started the roll by recovering a fumble.

We fumbled the ball and had turnovers, Hawaii coach Guy Benjamin said after refusing to cite jet lag from a 17-hour plane trip for his 1-2 teams performance. You cant do that in arena football. Thats how the game can get away from you. And it did.

McMullen was named Ironman of the Game after he caught his first pass of the season and returned a third-quarter interception for a score. The latter stole back the momentum as Hawaii tried to rally with two quick touchdowns to start the third.

Linemen Trentadue, Justin Thies, Corey Brown, Mike Schaefer and T.J. Schneckloth were true Ironmen too. All worked overtime after Tim McGill was ejected midway through the first quarter and Cory Bern injured an ankle late in the second frame.

The strength of our team is still our line, Ingold said.

Hawaii scored on the second halfs first possession and then turned an interception into a quick six to turn the halftime blowout into an erasable 47-30 deficit with six minutes remaining in the third quarter.

But the
Steamwheelers responded with a 20-yard Brian Hegnauer field goal and then the 9-yard interception return by McMullen to take a 56-30 lead after three quarters.

Steamwheelers led 63-36 after Fourdyce took a 13-yard swing pass into the end zone with 11:16 left in the game. That countered a nifty 17-yard Hawaii score on a misdirection pass earlier in the frame.

Quad-Cities takes a lengthy road trip of its own next week, heading to Fresno, Calif., for a 9:30 p.m. CDT kickoff.

Craig DeVrieze can be contacted at (563) 333-2610 or


Quad City Steamwheelers Roster
Active Roster April 19th    (R) 1st yr player in af2
HEAD COACH: Rich Ingold
VOL. ASST. COACH: Phil Hayek
ASST. COACH Reggie Mathis
86 - Chris Anthony OS 6'3" 205 Iowa State R 07 - Tim Bailey WR/DB 511 180 grand Vallet st. AF2 Memphis 75 - Cory Bern OL/DL 6'3" 300 Western Illinois R
58 - Corey Brown OL/DL 6'2" 295 University of Iowa AF2 QuadCity 42 - Raj Clark FB/LB 6'2" 240 University of Iowa R 44 - Josh Fourdyce FB/LB 6'2" 260 Knox College AF2 Quad City
01 - Ira Gooch OS 6'0" 190 Central Michigan R 14 - Brian Hegnauer K 6'0" 215 Ohio AF2 - Lafayette / Mohegan Camp
25 - Jeff Hewitt WR/DB 5'11" 190 South West Missouri State R
91 - Tim McGill OL/DL 6'3" 300 University of Illinois R
09 - Dan McMullen QB/WR/LB 6'3" 220 Saint Ambrose AF2
05 - Hiawatha Phifer WR/DB 6'0" 200 Western Illinois AF2 - Quad City
62 - Michael Schaefer OL/DL 6'6" 300 Toledo R
95 - T.J. Schneckloth OL/DL 6'5" 250 North West Missouri State R 50 - Justin Thies OL/DL 6'3" 270 Western Illinois AF2 - Quad City
02 - Eric Thigpen DS 6'1" 205 University of Iowa R
32 - Frank Trentadue FB/LB/OL/DL 6'1" 255 Elmhurst R
21 - Pee-Wee Woods DS 5'10" 176 Oklahoma AF2 - Quad City
12 - Tony Zimmerman QB 6'3" 220 Duquesne R

INACTIVE TAXI ROSTER: 20 - Shawn Orr DS 5'8" 175 Benedict College R
33 - Quarnail Arnold WR/DB 5'6" 160 William Penn R

56 - Damon Williams OL/DL 6'4" 305 Evangel AF2 - Quad City (foot)
97 - Derrick Davison FB/LB 6'1" 240 University of Iowa R 64 - Dempsey Miller OL/DL 6'2" 295 Northern Iowa AF2

Depth Chart




Tony Zimmerman


Dan McMullen




Ira Gooch




Hiawatha Phifer


Jeff Hewitt




Chris Anthony


Dan McMullen




Frank Trentadue


Josh Fourdyce




Corey Brown


Justin Thies




Cory Bern


Mike Schaefer



Tim McGill


T.J. Schneckloth




Pee-Wee Woods




Eric Thigpen




Brian Hegnauer



No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. College Exp.

1 Darrell Jones OS 5-7 165 Arkansas State R

2 Jake Huggins K 5-9 175 Hawai`i R

4 Darnell Arceneaux QB 6-2 200 Utah R

5 Robert Kemfort WR/DB 6-2 230 Hawai`i R

6 Phil Austin DS 6-1 190 Hawai`i R

7 Ed Moore QB 6-4 240 Columbia R

8 Isaac White WR/LB 6-2 235 Oregon State R

9 Sae Paogofie WR/LB 6-1 220 Redwood JC R

11 Stevie Laulu WR/LB 6-1 220 Utah R

15 Chris Paogofie WR/LB 6-0 220 Dixie R

21 Avion Weaver WR/DB 5-10 225 Hawaii R

42 Derek Zoller FB/LB 6-0 285 Hawai`i R

44 Morrie Roe OL/DL 6-2 285 Hawai`i R

45 Danny Katoa FB/LB 6-0 260 Hawai`i 1

50 Andy Ramos OL/DL 6-3 330 Southern Louisiana R

55 Olen Rosehill OL/DL 6-2 290 Hawai`i R

58 Jerry Leano OL/DL 6-2 290 Hawai`i R

95 Tiki Sagapolutele OL/DL 6-4 270 New Mexico Highlands R

99 Mose Tuia OL/DL 6-5 300 Eastern Arizona R


12 Wesley Morris WR/DB 6-0 210 Hawai`i R

16 Aaron Brown WR/DB 6-0 185 San Diego State R

23 Cody Webster WR/DB 5-10 185 UC-Davis R


11 Katsuhiro Motono DS 5-9 185 Ritsumeikan (Kyoto, Jpn) R

12 Tetsuya Akiyama DS 5-10 180 Nihon (Tokyo, Jpn) R

57 Rikiya Ishida FB/LB 6-1 240 Kwansei-Gakuin R


Head Coach: Guy Benjamin

Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach: Al Noga

Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers: Chad Carlson

Special Teams/Defensive Back Coach: Doug Semones

Offensive Line Coach: Jon Fia

Fullbacks/Linebackers Coach: Darren Hernandez

TEAM DEPTH CHART   Hawaiian Islanders



OS 1 JONES, Darrell


WR 15 PAOGOFIE, Chris 5 KEMFORT, Robert

FB 42 ZOLLER, Derek 45 KATOA, Danny

TE 44 ROE, Morrie 55 ROSEHILL, Olen

C 50 RAMOS, Andy




DS 11 LAULU, Stevie

DB 8 WHITE, Isaac 5 KEMFORT, Robert


LB 42 ZOLLER, Derek 45 KATOA, Danny

DE 44 ROE, Morrie 55 ROSEHILL, Olen

NT 50 RAMOS, Andy




H 1 JONES, Darrell

LS 15 PAOGOFIE, Chris 50 RAMOS, Andy

KR 1 JONES, Darrell 5 KEMFORT, Robert

by Greg Schaefer 

where is that warm weather we had through out the week?? The Islanders were wondering the same also-lol.. too me i think the Iron Man was Frank Trentadue,the first two plays for the Islanders their QB was rushed heavily by Frank and was looking up at the ceiling after both plays,after the second play the QB was walking to the coach shaking his head.. later a little incident caused us too lose Tim Mcgill for the game and in the 3rd qtr we lost Cory Bern to a leg injury.. I saw Frank on the OL/FB spot again on offense,on defense he was at either LB/DL/or nose guard, but tonite we are short 2 more lineman later in the game and on the last play of the game with us leading by 30 points he was going all out and got to the QB again for a large loss. So after that play he is walking back to the sidelines and sits on the field near the sidelines and i lose sight of him. Wondering what was going on i see them taking his uniform top and shoulder pads while other teammates and opposing players come over and see him..i can't see from section 214 with the padded wall there but after a few minutes i see him near the Islander bench reaching over and signing autographs for the fans..Looking tired but signing and talking for the fans.. Does he ever slow down? Way to go Frank!

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69-39 win for us
by Greg Schaefer

interesting game for us, new kicker did alright but i saw only one ball make it to the back of the endzone, none hit the net except for extra point after.. lots of scoring for us and the defense was as always moving bodies and making big plays, ask Pee-Wee on the nice interception that fell too him,great concentration!! I wonder how many hurries did we have from the defense? They had big boys on the line but we kept them going backwards and sideways.. we need a break with the injuries mounting up--Bern was helped off the field with a leg injury and it looked like Zimmerman was hobbling around some.. At Fresno this week. They are 0-3 and had a total of 120 offensive yard --47 on the ground on 13 carries with a fumble lost--there 2 qbs had a total of 3ints and 73 net passing yards..They lost to Peoria 55-12,,,lets give them another loss, GOOD JOB SteamWheelers and to section 214 that kept up the great noise, tailgaiting with them is sure fun also! Mick can sure cook!! good food all the way around and nice way to meet more fans and meet some of the players..  can't wait till the next home game.

WHEELER NOTEBOOK: Ingold makes moves
By Craig DeVrieze/ QUAD-CITY TIMES


Damon Williams  will remain on the injured reserve list on a week-to-week basis.

Steamwheelers coach Rich Ingold has taken offensive specialist Quarnail Arnold and defensive specialist Shawn Orr off the short-term IR list and placed them on the 21-man roster.

The two will replace Derrick Davison and Dempsey Miller, who will be placed on short-term injured reserve. Davison is nursing a knee injury. Former
Davenport Central prep Miller will miss Saturdays game because his mother, Annie Tensley, died Tuesday morning after a long battle with cancer.

Neither Orr nor Arnold will be among the teams 19 active players when the Hawaiian Islanders come to The Mark at 7 p.m. Saturday. Taking spots on the active roster will be WR/DB Tim Bailey and FB/LB Raj Clark.

Ingold said third-year Wheeler lineman Williams might be two-to-three weeks away from rejoining the team after breaking a bone in his foot in the preseason. But the coach said he was incorrect when he said Monday that Williams would have to be placed on longterm IR and thus miss four additional games. With his week-to-week injury status, Williams can be activated at any time.

Gooch arrives in time

Davenport West star Ira Gooch stepped up big in last weeks fourth quarter at Louisville, catching back-to-back touchdown tosses with the game on the line.

He was just in time after struggling with drops and unimpressive route-running in the Q-C season opener.

I stressed all of last week that Ira had to get things done, coach Rich Ingold said. I wasnt pleased with him vs. Bossier City, but when the (Louisville) game was on the line, he made two big plays for us.

Thats the type of play I expect every week.

Ingold said big games from Gooch will afford him the luxury of resting former Pleasant Valley star Chris Anthony for key stretches of games. Anthony played major minutes in Louisville despite straining his hamstring on the games first play.

Hes a tough kid, Ingold said of Anthony. A lot of receivers would be laid up for two weeks with this. Hell fight through it.

Kick rush rule retained

After a preseason AFL trial run, the rules change that allows teams to rush kickers from the outside has been made permanent. Although the af2s first two games were played with that new twist, the AFL had the discretion to reverse the rule after testing it in their preseason. The af2 would have had to follow suit.
The new rule has worked for the
Wheelers, who have blocked a kick in each of their season-starting victories. Both blocks have been by Frank Trentadue, who was called a beast by Louisville center Joe Burch after Fridays victory at Freedom Hall.

New Jersey

Frank Haeges season-starting New Jersey Gladiators roster features five former
Wheelers: Jay McDonagh, Jamarr Ward, Frank Carter, Jeremy Wilkinson and Dennison Robinson.

Last years af2 offensive MVP, McDonagh is expected to open the year as a backup to former NFL starter Glenn Foley at quarterback. The former Wheeler, though, was MVP in the Gladiators final preseason game after completing 10 of 11 passes for 174 yards and five touchdowns in the second half.

Back for second seasons in the AFL are former
Wheelers Billy Dicken (Chicago), Cornelius Coe (Indiana), Shon King (New York) and Sean McNamara (Los Angeles).

Ronnie Washburn, who briefly played for the
Steamwheelers in 2000 and last year played for af2 Carolina, has made the roster of AFL Dallas.

Stat stuff

Hiawatha Phifer shares the league lead in forced fumbles with two. He and Pee Wee Woods each have two interceptions and are tied for the second-best total in af2.

Eric Thigpen is second in total tackles with 18.5.

Chris Anthonys 202 yards receiving rank ninth.

QB Tony Zimmerman is 10th in total offense with 201.5 ypg.

Frank Trentadue, Cory Bern and Tim McGill all have two sacks, which ties for third best in the league.

As a team, the
Wheelers rank 18th in scoring offense (37.5 ppg), 10th in scoring defense (30.5), 25th in total offense (195.5 ypg) and 18th in total defense (238.5). The Wheelers are fifth in red-zone defense, sixth in sacks, seventh in turnover margin and 10th in pass defense rating.

Craig DeVrieze

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Wheelers-Islanders scoreboard

Ivanic ready to kick

Former Rock Island Alleman and St. Ambrose place-kicker Pete Ivanic just might get a chance to kick for the
Steamwheelers yet.

It could happen at any time.

Ivanic, who works as a sideline reporter for the
Steamwheelers radio broadcasts on WOC 1420-AM, has been assigned a helmet and a uniform and would drop the mike and take the field in the event of an injury to Wheelers kicker Brian Hegnauer.

Ivanic said the allowance for an emergency substitute kicker is part of the new rule that allows defenses to rush af2 kickers from the outside.

Its a little-known amendment to the new rule, he said. If you lose a kicker in this game, you are screwed.

Ivanic said he doesnt know yet if he will travel with the team in his emergency backup capacity.

Told it all seems a little weird, Ivanic declared: Its The Deuce, baby.

McGill ejected

Steamwheelers lineman Tim McGill had a short night.

He was ejected with about 8 minutes left in the opening quarter after putting Hawaiis Morrie Roe on his back as Roe came at Q-C quarterback Tony Zimmerman during a dead-ball play.

Although the play resulted in offsetting personal-foul penalties, only McGill was ejected from the game.

The ejection left the
Steamwheelers with only five linemen. They were already one short with Dempsey Miller missing the game after the death of his mother early in the week.

Crowd numbers stay up

An announced crowd of 7,323 attended Saturdays game.

It was the second crowd of 7,000-plus in as many games, and
Steamwheelers general manager Ed Knupp said that is satisfactory.

We want to be sold out, of course, Knupp said. We want to have it filled, and we need to do well with only eight home games.

But, he added, I am pleased not only with the turnouts, but with the enthusiasm the fans are showing.

NFL in the house

Headed by Hawaii coach Guy Benjamin, a former backup quarterback to Joe Montana on the San Francisco 49ers, a total of six players with some NFL experience were at The Mark on Saturday.

Joining Benjamin were
Wheelers coaches Jon Roehlk and Reggie Mathis, Wheeler defensive specialist Eric Thigpen and former Rams lineman David Rucker.

Rucker was on hand to speak to a group from the Q-C area Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter.

                               Box Score (Final)
     Hawaii Islanders vs Quad City Steamwhlrs (Apr 20, 2002 at Moline, IL)

  Score by Quarters     1  2  3  4   Score
  -----------------    -- -- -- --   -----
  Hawaii Islanders.... 10  7 13  9  - 39       Record: (1-2)
  Quad City Steamwhlrs 21 26  9 13  - 69       Record: (3-0)

  Scoring Summary:
  1st 11:39 QUA - ZIMMERMAN, Tony 1 yd run (HEGNAUER, Brian kick), 4-35 3:21,
                  HAW 0 - QUA 7
      08:36 HAW - HUGGINS, Jake 44 yd field goal, 4--1 3:03, HAW 3 - QUA 7
      05:55 QUA - HEWITT, Jeff 13 yd pass from ZIMMERMAN, Tony (HEGNAUER,
                  Brian kick from ZIMMERMAN, Tony), 4-28 2:41, HAW 3 - QUA 14
      03:42 HAW - KEMFORT, Robert 39 yd pass from ARCENEAUX, Darnell (HUGGINS,
                  Jake kick from ARCENEAUX, Darn), 2-45 2:13, HAW 10 - QUA 14
      02:00 QUA - GOOCH, Ira 16 yd pass from ZIMMERMAN, Tony (HEGNAUER, Brian
                  kick from ZIMMERMAN, Tony), 2-33 1:42, HAW 10 - QUA 21
  2nd 14:58 QUA - GOOCH, Ira 5 yd pass from ZIMMERMAN, Tony (HEGNAUER, Brian
                  kick from ZIMMERMAN, Tony), 2-22 0:32, HAW 10 - QUA 28
      07:21 QUA - ANTHONY, Chris 9 yd pass from ZIMMERMAN, Tony (HEGNAUER,
                  Brian kick from ZIMMERMAN, Tony), 6-45 3:53, HAW 10 - QUA 35
      03:11 QUA - GOOCH, Ira 40 yd pass from ZIMMERMAN, Tony (HEGNAUER, Brian
                  pass intcpt), 2-36 1:24, HAW 10 - QUA 41
      00:23 HAW - KATOA, Danny 1 yd run (HUGGINS, Jake kick), 6-36 2:48, HAW
                  17 - QUA 41
      00:01 QUA - GOOCH, Ira 6 yd pass from ZIMMERMAN, Tony (HEGNAUER, Brian
                  kick failed), 3-28 0:22, HAW 17 - QUA 47
  3rd 10:15 HAW - JONES, Darrell 3 yd pass from ARCENEAUX, Darnell (HUGGINS,
                  Jake kick from ARCENEAUX, Darn), 8-36 4:45, HAW 24 - QUA 47
      06:39 HAW - WHITE, Isaac 1 yd run (HUGGINS, Jake kick failed), 2-11
                  0:54, HAW 30 - QUA 47
      02:37 QUA - HEGNAUER, Brian 20 yd field goal, 5-26 4:02, HAW 30 - QUA 50
      01:03 QUA - MCMULLEN, Dan 7 yd interception return (HEGNAUER, Brian kick
                  failed), , HAW 30 - QUA 56
  4th 14:11 HAW - ROE, Morrie 17 yd pass from ARCENEAUX, Darnell (JONES,
                  Darrell pass failed), 2-25 1:52, HAW 36 - QUA 56
      11:58 QUA - FOURDYCE, Josh 13 yd pass from ZIMMERMAN, Tony (HEGNAUER,
                  Brian kick from ZIMMERMAN, Tony), 3-26 2:13, HAW 36 - QUA 63
      08:04 HAW - HUGGINS, Jake 43 yd field goal, 4-1 3:54, HAW 39 - QUA 63
      02:00 QUA - ZIMMERMAN, Tony 3 yd run (HEGNAUER, Brian kick failed), 7-45
                  6:04, HAW 39 - QUA 69

                                      HAW      QUA
  FIRST DOWNS...................       11       18
  RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............      9-9     4-10
  PASSING YDS (NET).............      174      298
  Passes Att-Comp-Int...........  33-16-3  36-25-1
  TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.....   43-183   40-308
  Fumble Returns-Yards..........      0-0      0-0
  Kickoff Returns-Yards.........    9-194    6-144
  Interception Returns-Yards....     1-18      3-7
  Fumbles-Lost..................      2-1      0-0
  Penalties-Yards...............    13-63     7-39
  Possession Time...............    31:04    28:56
  Sacks By: Number-Yards........      0-0     1-10

  RUSHING: Hawaii Islanders-WHITE, Isaac 2-9; KATOA, Danny 2-5; ZOLLER, Derek
  1-0; ARCENEAUX, Darnell 4-minus 5. Quad City Steamwhlrs-ZIMMERMAN, Tony 2-4;
  TRENTADUE, Frank 1-4; FOURDYCE, Josh 1-2.

  PASSING: Hawaii Islanders-ARCENEAUX, Darnell 16-32-3-184; PAOGOFIE, Chris
  0-1-0-0; TM 0-0-0-minus 10. Quad City Steamwhlrs-ZIMMERMAN, Tony

  RECEIVING: Hawaii Islanders-JONES, Darrell 6-43; WHITE, Isaac 4-43; KEMFORT,
  Robert 2-46; ROE, Morrie 2-29; PAOGOFIE, Chris 1-13; ZOLLER, Derek 1-10.
  Quad City Steamwhlrs-GOOCH, Ira 10-127; ANTHONY, Chris 8-85; PHIFER,
  Hiawatha 3-33; HEWITT, Jeff 2-23; MCMULLEN, Dan 1-17; FOURDYCE, Josh 1-13.

  INTERCEPTIONS: Hawaii Islanders-LACKEY, William 1-18. Quad City
  Steamwhlrs-PHIFER, Hiawatha 1-0; MCMULLEN, Dan 1-7; WOODS, Pee-Wee 1-0.

  FUMBLES: Hawaii Islanders-ARCENEAUX, Darnell 2-1. Quad City Steamwhlrs-None.

  Stadium: The MARK              Attendance: 7323
  Kickoff time: 7:05 pm   End of Game: 9:50      Total elapsed time: 2:45
  Officials: Referee: Steve Newman; Umpire: Rick Podraza; Linesman: Kelly
  Line judge: John Sullivan; Back judge: Tom Wohlleber; Scorer: D. Beyer;

  Game MVP- Ira Gooch (QC)
  ADT Defensive MVP- Hiawatha Phifer (QC)
  Ironman- Dan McMullen (QC)

     Hawaii Islanders vs Quad City Steamwhlrs (Apr 20, 2002 at Moline, IL)

  SACKS (UA-A): Hawaii Islanders-None. Quad City Steamwhlrs-TRENTADUE, Frank

  TACKLES (UA-A): Hawaii Islanders-AUSTIN, Phil 5-1; LACKEY, William 4-2;
  PAOGOFIE, Chris 3-2; KEMFORT, Robert 1-4; KATOA, Danny 2-0; 36 1-0;
  PAOGOFIE, Sae 1-0; JONES, Darrell 1-0; ZOLLER, Derek 1-0; ROSEHILL, Olen
  0-2; WEAVER, Avion 0-1; TUIA, Mose 0-1; WHITE, Isaac 0-1. Quad City
  Steamwhlrs-THIGPEN, Eric 3-5; TRENTADUE, Frank 3-2; ANTHONY, Chris 2-2;
  WOODS, Pee-Wee 2-2; BROWN, Corey 2-0; CLARK, Raj 2-0; MCMULLEN, Dan 0-5; 85
  1-0; HEGNAUER, Brian 1-0; PHIFER, Hiawatha 1-1; SCHNECKLOTH, TJ 0-2; HEWITT,
  Jeff 0-1.

   Player participation:

   Hawaii Islanders: 1-JONES, Darrell, 2-HUGGINS, Jake, 3-LACKEY, William,
   4-ARCENEAUX, Darn, 5-KEMFORT, Robert, 6-AUSTIN, Phil,8-WHITE, Isaac,
   9-PAOGOFIE, Sae, 15-PAOGOFIE, Chris, 21-WEAVER, Avion, 42-ZOLLER, Derek,
   44-ROE, Morrie, 45-KATOA, Danny,55-ROSEHILL, Olen, 99-TUIA, Mose.

   Quad City Steamwhlrs: 1-GOOCH, Ira, 2-THIGPEN, Eric, 5-PHIFER, Hiawath,
   9-MCMULLEN, Dan, 12-ZIMMERMAN, Tony, 14-HEGNAUER, Brian,21-WOODS, Pee-Wee,
   22-HEWITT, Jeff, 32-TRENTADUE, Fran, 42-CLARK, Raj, 44-FOURDYCE, Josh,
   58-BROWN, Corey, 86-ANTHONY, Chris,95-SCHNECKLOTH, TJ.