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Kitsap Bears (13-1)


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2010 GNFA Champion:

Portland Monarchs (13-0)


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2009 GNFA Champion:

Portland Monarchs (12-0)


2009 Game Results

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Oregon Monarchs (10-2)


2008 Game Results

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2007 GNFA Champion:

Blue Mountain Stars (13-0)


2007 Final Statistics

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"Introduction of GNFA"

2006 Cascade Bowl

10-0 Seattle Stallions 47

8-3 Tri City Knights 27





    GNFA:  Remembering the Past; Building for the Future

2013 Hall of Fame Inductees


The GNFA is proud to announce the addition of 3 members to the Hall of Fame.

  • Henry Bendele - FB/LB, 1927-1930 Ballard Athletic Club

  • Richard Hard - OL/DL, 1962-1968 Seattle Ramblers, Seattle Rangers

  • Aaron Wardrip - LB, 1996-2004 Federal Way 49ers, Snohomish Vikings, PS Jets, Eastside Hawks



Rossi (32) stuck it to opposing defenses on his way to 20 TD's.


For the third time in as many years, offensive records fell in the region.  In 2011 a wide receiver set new standards, in 2012 a perennial QB record setter did it again, so why not a running back in 2013?  So it was as the Wenatchee Valley Rams rolled to their second straight WFL title on the able legs of John Rossi who has been no stranger to GNFA accolades (2011 2nd team).  The 2013 Offensive Player of the Year award has again set a very high bar.  In 9 games, Rossi rolled up 20 touchdowns (a new GNFA record) on 174 attempts for 1,146 yards.  John also tied a regional record with two 200-yard games on the ground while adding 5 receptions out of the backfield for 114 yards.  Called upon to set into a linebacking roll for the final 4 games, Rossi collected 25 stops.


Triplett (8) led the charge at defensive end for the Seattle Stallions


Garnering the 2013 Defensive Player of the Year honors is the Seattle Stallions Jackie Triplett.  Triplett also outlasted Rossi on the ballot for 2013 Player of the Year.  The 40 year old defensive end best known for his freakish conditioning and high motor play recorded 13 sacks on the season elevating him to the Semi Pro Football Top Spot for Sacks in a Career.  Jackie wreaked havoc on offensive line blocking schemes and helped his defensive backs out by taking up tight ends or running backs as blockers instead of potential receivers as his speed was more than most tackles have been able to handle for the better part of a decade.  Triplett now sits at 162 sacks in his career.


Congratulations to both players on well deserved awards!


UPDATE:  A game between the PFL Champion Bellingham Bulldogs and the WWFA Champion Washington Cavaliers appears to have hit snags in being set up and seems unlikely to be played.  The Bellingham Bulldogs will be declared 2013 GNFA Champions if the game cannot be played in September.




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RMFL's Glacier Knights



2012 Pacific Northwest HOF Induction


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Northwest Military Teams Play in Major Bowl Games



McChord Air Force Team Won 1943 Sun Bowl Match-Up



Fort Lewis Soldiers Play in 1918 Rose Bowl



Will Schneider Be Best of All-Time?

John Kennedy Russ Schneider
Scranton Eagles Monarchs/B-shirts
1983-2005 2008-2013
Career Touchdown Passes
377 293
Career Passing Yards
38,645 20,575
Career: Comp/Attempts/%
2563/5016/ 51.1 1240/2209/ 56.1

  John Kennedy is the recognized King of the Semi Pro Record books after 22 seasons with the Scranton Eagles.  Schneider is on pace to shatter Kennedy's records in half the time, but moves to the Portland Boltz of the PDFL for 2013 limited his opportunities in a 4-game season.


2013 "UPI" FINAL Rankings


1 Bellingham Bulldogs (11-2)

2 Wenatchee Valley Rams (8-1)

3 Seattle Stallions (10-2)

4 Yakima Mavericks (9-2)

5 South King Colts (7-3)

6 Spokane Wolfpack (5-3)

7 Waitsburg Elite (4-4) 

8 South Lane Buzzards (7-6)

9 Portland Monarchs (5-7)

10 Grays Harbor Bearcats (6-6)

11 So. Oregon Renegades (3-8)

12 Okanogan Commandos (2-4)

13 Washington Cavaliers (8-1)

14 Pierce County Bengals (4-3)

15 Renton Ravens (5-3)

16 Portland Raiders (2-8)

17 Kitsap Bears (1-9)

18 Puyallup Nation Kings (1-3)

19 Palouse Thunder (1-3)

20 Snohomish Vikings (1-5)

21 Puget Sound Outlaws (2-6)

22 Clark County Vipers (1-8)

23 Snohomish Thunder (0-6)

24 Col. Basin Riverhawks (1-2)

25 Mt Hood Eruption (0-2)

26 Innercity Shine (0-1)









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