Ontario Warriors

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Ontario Warriors
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Founded 2011
League American Indoor Football
Team history Ontario Warriors (2012-present)
Based in Ontario, California
Arena Citizens Business Bank Arena
Colors Black, Red, Silver, White
                   
Owner(s) American Indoor Football
President Tom Mitchell
Head coach Keith Evans
Dancers The VIXENS

The Ontario Warriors was a team of American Indoor Football who played in 2012. Based in Ontario, California, the Warriors will play their home games at Citizens Business Bank Arena.

The Warriors are the first men's indoor football team to play out of the city of Ontario, and the second in the Inland Empire, following the San Bernardino Bucking Bulls of the National Indoor Football League which played 2007 before the team and league folded.[1] (The Warriors were also preceded by the Los Angeles Temptation, who relocated to the Inland Empire in fall 2011.)

Season-by-season[edit]

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2012 6 0 0 -- --

Brandon Souder Marshall DL Markus Cortez Troy JACK Mikell Mair Texas A&M Commerce JACK Luke Liberty Holy Names University K Brent Koontz Southern Oregon MAC Roy Otis Houston MAC Alex Oliva Howard University OL Joe Lara Santa Monica College OL Lucian Scott Central State (OH) OL Anthony Andre University of La Verne QB Kevin Warner Kentucky State QB Kyle "KP" Parrish Ferris State University QB Brian Flowers Idaho RB Soane "Junior" Taliauli Fort Valley State RB Christopher Poindexter Valley Forge RB Andre Velazquez Lambuth University WR Corey Brittain University West Georgia WR Solomon Jones West L.A. College WR Dwayne Cross, Jr. Lane College WR Stefon Ceaser Henderson State ATH

Name School Position
Herb Cash Idaho DB
Charles Ealy UNLV DB
Bert Johnson II Texas Southern DL
Vincent Joseph USC DB
Joseph Lake Azusa Pacific DB
Brandon Johnson Nebraska DL
Laronn Zimmerman Sacred Heart DL
Bernard Afutiti BYU DL
Mike Berry Akron DL
R. Jay Soward USC WR
Gene Hays Bethany College (KS) OL

References[edit]

  1. ^ Segal, Shel (February 12, 2012). "Ontario Warriors will begin professional football competition next month; team president says: 'We guarantee we'll win the championship'". FontanaHeraldNews.com. Fontana Herald News. Retrieved February 15, 2012. 

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