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BURN NEWS!!

2013 WSFL All-stars Named

   The following members of the Baltimore Burn were named to the 2013 Women's Spring Football League's All-star team:

Offense:                                  Defense:                        Special Teams:
Tanya Savage                          Cynthia Tyson               Brehon "Swae" Dorsey
Candis Williams                      Tydesha Mayo               Rachel Allen
Christina Copelin                    Lisa Scannell                 Shawtae Barnes


The Baltimore Burn has selected veteran coach, Remo Burnett,  as the Head Coach for the 201
7 Season.



 Coach Burnett have served as Linebacker coach and Defensive Coordinator for the Baltimore Burn for the last 5 seasons. He also has experience as a youth coach with  the Gwynns Falls 49ers. Coach Remo as the ladies call him, takes the reins as he guides the team  during the 2017 season. 


We Came, We Saw, We Conquered!




On June 2, 2012, our very own Baltimore Burn defeated the Binghamton Tigercats in a record-breaking game! After just two plays in the first quarter, we were already in the endzone with a score of 6-0. With three quarters left to go, the Tigercats were still scoreless because of the Burn defense. The quarters that followed only pumped our team up even more. Final score 76-0 which is the most points the Burn has ever scored in a single game! Congratulations on an outstanding triumph!!


Baltimore Burn Promotes Good Health at the 2012 BMORE Healthy Expo!!
                                                             

                                                                                                                        
                                           



                


                                                                                                  


 
 

Baltimore Burn supports the AYF 7 on 7 Tournament!

 

 

 

On Sunday, May 22, 2011 the Baltimore Burn volunteered at the AYF, 92Q and Under Armour 7 on 7 Youth Tournament at Calvert Hall College in Baltimore.

The Burn Women tackle football team in it's 11th season of continuous competitive play, reaches out to the youth organizations in the community. The Burn worked out with the Forest Park Black Hawks, as they warmed up for their game. This gives the community a chance to see the Women who play full contact tackle football. The players, coaches and management passed out fliers and a few give-a-ways to the fans at the tournament, in an effort to promote our next home game on June 4th, at Mervo High School at 6:00 PM

The day before the Burn appeared and worked with the youth of the Empowered Christian Ministries (ECM Soldiers). at Baltimore City College High School. The ladies worked with the youth at several stations, even demonstrating techniques. Cynthia Tyson who plays quarterback and defensive end, threw the ball in on drill which i think gave the boys a different look at women who play football (ouch, that one hurt)!
After working out with the youth at the skills camp the ladies of the Burn took a few minutes to practice, with another bye weekend ahead the team have to keep on their toes, as we prepare to face the Binghamton Tiger cats.

 

Justice Burned By Baltimore
Posting Date: May 01 2011
Augustine Dashiell
Justice running back Janai Van Woert breaks into the open

Justice running back Janai Van Woert breaks into the open

 

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HOLMDEL (NJ) – In a hard-hitting defensive battle, the Baltimore Burn remained undefeated with a 12-8 victory over the Jersey Justice Saturday night at St. John Vianney High School. Near misses and big defensive stops kept the score low as both teams enjoyed success moving the ball in between the twenties.

Moving the ball on the ground, the Justice (1-2) drove inside Baltimore’s (3-0) 20 yard line twice in the first half but a sack by linebacker Candis Williams thwarted one drive and the second drive ended as the Justice failed to spike the ball before the half.

“We moved the ball, but didn’t finish,” Justice Coach Gene Basile said. “I would image we had nearly 200 yards on the ground but we didn’t finish. It happens.”

Williams affected the game on the offensive side of the ball as well with a 6-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. A 43-yard third down screen pass from Cynthia Tyson, who passed for 91 yards, to Tydesha Mayo set up Williams’ score.

After a 61-yard kickoff return by Mayo, Baltimore made it a two score game early in the second half. Tyson eluded a sack by Diana Rodriguez and lofted a 30-yard touchdown into the hands of Kamil Maclin. The Justice defensive backs froze as Tyson scrambled away from pressure and Maclin slipped behind the safety for the score.

On the legs of Rodriguez, Maegan Larsen and Janai Van Woert, the Justice roared back into the game with a physical drive of their own. Larsen capped the drive with a 16-yard scamper around right end and a tough conversion run by Laurie Fitzpatrick closed the gap to 12-8.

The Burn drove deep into Justice territory in the fourth quarter but fumbled giving the Justice one last chance at victory, but without a healthy Larsen (who was injured the previous drive) the offense struggled moving the ball.

Consistency and execution at key times troubled the Justice, as dropped passes and missed assignments stalled drives all game. Coach Basile echoed this sentiment in his assessment of his team’s play.

“Would’ve, should’ve, could’ve we don’t finish,” Basile said. “We have opportunities and we don’t capitalize on them. We get what we want, we get athletes out in space, but we are not finishing.”

The Justice have a week before their final home game of the season, a 7 pm tilt against the Three Rivers Xplosion (0-3) out of Pittsburgh. Here is one reporter that hopes everyone is healthy by game day.

 

2010 Season
The Baltimore Burn visited the John's Hopkins Children's Hospital at Bayview to bring holiday joy to the youngsters. The Burn received a letter of appreciation for this community outreach!

 

The 10th Anniversary season of the Baltimore Burn begins on January 30th with the opening of training camp. All veterans, rookies, and players interested in trying out are encouraged to attend. The time is 9:00am sharp and the location is Southside Academy High School. See the front page for directions! Baltimore will be competing in a division that includes the Keystone Assault and the New Jersey Titans. Also on the schedule are the 2009 division champion, Philadelphia Liberty Belles, as well as two new teams, the New England Nightmare and the Souther Tier Spitfire. This looks to be another exciting season! The Burn will be playing all home games at Art Modell field at Mervo High School!

2009 Season

Opening day nears for some bruising "huns" playing women's football!

By DAVID ETTLIN Photos by BONNIE SCHUPP (c)
Baseball season may be upon us, but even with an Oriole victory over the hated New York Yankees on Opening Day, my heart right now goes out to the Baltimore Burn women's football team. With the season opener two weeks away, the Burn took on – and took a few licks from – the Columbus Comets Saturday in an exhibition game at Baltimore’s Northwestern High School. In case you missed the link two weeks ago to my featured story and Bonnie’s photos at the growing news blog BaltimoreBrew.com, the Burn play in the 38-team Women’s Football Alliance. Tackle football. Helmet-crunching football. Colliding-bodies football. Lying-limp-on-the-ground-for-two-minutes-after-colliding football.

Click here to read the rest of the April 7 Burn Blog

Ladies Who Crunch: Baltimore's Other Pro Football Team

 

By DAVID ETTLIN Photos by BONNIE SCHUPP (c)

Off the field, they’re grandmothers and mothers. One’s a postal worker, another’s a psychiatrist. One’s in high school, another’s a teacher. On field, they’re the Baltimore Burn, representing Charm City in the 38-team Women’s Football Alliance. They’ll be teaching the Columbus Comets a lesson in an exhibition game on Saturday April 4 at 4 pm at Baltimore’s Northwestern High School. (Tickets are $5.) Fiery football like this doesn’t come easy, though. It takes some pretty hot practice sessions… The coach is motioning, left, left, left, as the feet move forward, back, forward, back, and left, left, left, in a sideways dance around a slalom line of plastic orange cups

Click here to read the rest of March 26 Baltimore Burn News Article

Neal Estano And The Baltimore Burn
2008 Burn News Video

 

 

 

 
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