The Last Storm Game

July 26 was the date of the last AFL Storm game of this season. The Tampa Bay Storm was battling the Cleveland Gladiators.

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I was hoping that they would win so we could go to more games. I say that because if they had won, they would’ve secured themselves a spot in the AFL playoffs. That means they would have extra games that they weren’t planing on. The final score was 56 – 49 (the Storm being 49). I don’t know all the rules of a football game any of the rules of a football game any of the rules of a football game except for “TOUCHDOWN!!!!” and the little yellow flags that they throw meaning that there’s a foul. I know that I can always look at the score and pretty much know what’s going on. So I feel like I don’t have to know the rules to understand the game. Just to make sure though, I ask my Dad. Dads are like the on-the-go dictionary when it comes to sports. They know everything about the sport and what’s going on. Now if I don’t know what’s going on I can just ask my Dad and he’ll give me everything I wan to know.

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Adriel (my sister) doesn’t like the loud noise in the stadium and I’m always trying to tell her that it’s not that bad and that she can uncover her ears. 🙂

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In this picture she finally uncovered one of her ears and smiled. 🙂

I tried to get a good picture of the field with some players but the players all ran away and this lady’s head was in it too.

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I’m kinda sad that the Storm didn’t make it into the playoffs (because we would’ve had more games to go to!!!) but it was still a great game!

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