The Phoenix Outlaws worked all year to get back to this bowl game to avenge last years game, and mission accomplished. The Outlaws give credit to the Santa Clarita Skyhawks for stepping up and fulfilling the obligation of the state of California by making the trip when others were scared to. The Skyhawks added a little more firepower to their roster for this game since a few of their players left for the fall season and they represented Cali with size and speed formable of a champion. The game was a battle from start to finish! The Outlaws asked our secondary to cover longer due to not rushing the Skyhawks scrambling quarterback. The plan was to limit his long back breaking runs and to try and keep him in the pocket. At the end of the day the Outlaws defense only gave up 14 points and forced two interceptions, and three sacks. Almost every deep pass was batted down mostly by Mario Moore and James Castillo. Castillo and Art Miranda lead the team in tackles with 7 each followed by Reno Blomquist with 5 and Johnny Buehler, Tyson Muse, Jimmy Fuentes, and Tracy Peoples with 4. After giving up an 86 yard touchdown pass the Outlaws mounted a drive before the half and George Thomas scored the first Outlaw points with an 11 yard run. Both teams were unsuccessful on the extra points so the game was knotted at 6-6 going into the half. The third quarter saw both teams score when the Outlaws took the second half kickoff and drove down the field and capped off the scoring drive with a Phil Insalaco 31 yard field goal to make it 9-6 Outlaws. The Skyhawks would score next on a one yard run followed by a two point conversion pass to retake the lead 14-9. At the end of the third quarter the Outlaws would put the last points on the board for the night when Mike Cvelbar caught a ten yard pass from Tony Aguilera and following Insalaco's extra point kick, you had the final score of 16-14 Outlaws. On the night Aguilera completed passes to five different receivers.Cvelbar was the leading receiver followed by Jamal Ward and C.J. Venezia. The pounding running style of Laz Avila ran out the clock and the Phoenix Outlaws were the 2015 CAZ BOWL Champions as well as completing a 12-1 season record. It was a hard hitting, hard fought game. The Skyhawks had a long drive from Santa Claita California and just plain out balled out with class!The fans of both teams were on the edge of their seats all night. It was a great night for both the Arizona and California leagues and truly deserving of what a championship game is all about!