Cape Fear Thunder
|Cape Fear Thunder|
|League||Women's Spring Football League|
|Team history||WPFL (2005-2006)
|Stadium||John P. Daskyll Stadium, Reid Ross High School|
|Based in||Fayetteville, North Carolina|
|Colors||Black, Old Gold|
|Head coach||Vern Pettaway|
|General Manager||Jen Shank|
The Cape Fear Thunder is a football team in the Women's Spring Football League based in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Home games are played at John P. Daskyll Stadium on the campus of Reid Ross High School.
For its first two seasons, the Thunder played in the Women's Professional Football League.
For the 2007 season, the Thunder moved to the Independent Women's Football League.
2011 saw the team moving to a new women's football league, the Women's Spring Football League. The Cape Fear Thunder captured the WSFL's 2011 8's Division National Championship after a 4-2-1 record for the season.
The Thunder practice Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:30pm and Saturdays at 2pm on the track behind Reid Ross High School. All Ladies are welcome, no football experience is necessary. Just bring your cleats, running shoes and a good attitude!!
Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties
|Cape Fear Thunder (WPFL)|
|2005||X-Team: Results Unknown/Not Counted|
|2006||1||1||0||3rd National North||--|
|Cape Fear Thunder (IWFL)|
|2007||1||7||0||2nd East Mid-Atlantic||--|
|2008||2||6||0||3rd Tier II South Atlantic||--|
|2009||1||7||0||20th Tier II||--|
|Cape Fear Thunder (WSFL)|
|2011||4||2||1||1st Mid-States Division (8's)||WSFL 8's Division National Champions|
|2013||1||5||0||3rd WSFL 8's||--|
2012 Season Schedule
|April 14||Carolina Queens||Home|
|April 21||Three Rivers Xplosion||Home|
|April 28||Three Rivers Xplosion||Away|
|May 5||West Virginia Wildfire||Home|
|May 19||West Virginia Wildfire||Away|
|May 26||Huntsville Tigers||Away|
|June 9||Huntsville Tigers||Home|
|June 16||West Virginia Wildfire||Away|
|June 30||West Virginia Wildfire||Home|
|July 21||Divisional Playoff||TBD|
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