Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
When asked about who is one of the most recognized faces on the Amarillo professional sports scene, most will point in the direction of Amarillo Venom head coach Julian Reese. First arriving in Amarillo as the quarterback of the upstart Dusters of the Intense Football League in 2004, Reese has played a major part in indoor football’s success in the Texas Panhandle either as a quarterback or as head coach. Since taking over coaching duties at the tail end of the 2011 season, Ree...
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
6-19-16 With a 57-53 road victory the Amarillo Venom will play in the 3rd championship game in 5 years. The Venom will travel to Wichita, Monday June 27 to take on the North Division champion Wichita Force. For ticket information contact 806-350-PASS. ...
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
In their first home postseason appearance since the 2013 Lone Star Football League championship, the Amarillo Venom made a strong statement. The Venom scored just two points shy of triple digits, soundly defeating the Dodge City Law 98-56 in a Champions Indoor Football Divisional Round playoff matchup on Saturday night at the Amarillo Civic Center Complex Cal Farley Coliseum. Amarillo (9-4) advances to the CIF Southern Division championship and will play for a chance at a berth t...
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
The Amarillo Venom advanced to the Champions Indoor Football Legue Semi-Final game with a convincing 98-56 win over the Dodge City Law. The Venom will now travel to Allen, to play the Texas Revoloution Saturday night at 7:05. The winner will play the winner of Bloomington-Wichita. With the win the Venom improve to 9-4 and will be playing in the CIF semi-final game for the 2nd time in two years. Fans in Amarillo can watch the game live on Eversport....
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
With a home playoff game on the line, the Amarillo Venom overcame a sluggish start and scored 31 unanswered points in the second half, downing the Dodge City Law 52-35 on Saturday night at the Amarillo Civic Center Complex Cal Farley Coliseum. Trailing 35-21 with eight minutes left in the third quarter, the Venom went on a 31-0 scoring run to secure the second seed in the CIF Southern Division. The victory also guaranteed the Venom’s first home playoff contest since the 2013 Lone ...
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
With the 52-35 victory over Dodge City, the Amarillo Venom have clinched a home playoff game to be held June 11. The Venom will face familiar opponent Dodge City. The winner will travel to Allen to face the Texas Revolution. For tickets visit panhandletickets.com or 806-350-PASS....
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
From Albq Journal: The Amarillo Venom eliminated the Duke City Gladiators from Champions Indoor Football postseason contention Saturday night with a 69-46 victory at Tingley Coliseum. The Gladiators (5-6) led 34-28 early in the third period before being outscored 41-12 the rest of the way. QB Nate Davis led Amarillo (7-4) with six TD passes and no interceptions. Raymond Johnson had four of those scoring receptions. Helping to foil Duke City was that it was called for 19 penalt...
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
By TYLER ANDERSON For Amarillo Globe-News With less than a minute to play, a pair of turnovers in the game’s closing moments sunk the Amarillo Venom, as they fell to the Wichita Force 59-51 on Saturday night at the Amarillo Civic Center Complex Cal Farley Coliseum. Trailing 52-51 with 33 seconds remaining, Venom quarterback Nate Davis threw a pass directly into the hands of Wichita linebacker Jason Catchings, who returned the interception for a Force touchdown. On the ensuing p...
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
get a By TYLER ANDERSON For Amarillo Globe-News Since their embarrassing road loss to San Angelo a few weeks back, the Amarillo Venom defense has improved with each passing week. The improved defense played a major part of the Venom’s 48-27 victory over the Duke City Gladiators in a Champions Indoor Football regular season matchup on Saturday night at the Amarillo Civic Center Complex Cal Farley Coliseum. The Venom defense, which was statistically toward the bottom of the...
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
For Amarillo Globe-News Following their worst performance of the season, the Amarillo Venom defense responded with its best performance by picking up four interceptions in their 52-35 victory over the San Angelo Bandits on Saturday night at the Amarillo Civic Center Complex Cal Farley Coliseum. Out of those four interceptions, three were captured by defensive back Jemichael Williams. “I’m very excited,” Venom head coach Julian Reese said. “There was always a time for s...