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May 23, 2017
Controversy was the tale of the tape leading up to the Southern Conference Championship game. The playoff game between the South Texas Bonecrushers and the USA Raiders was played under protest as the Bonecrushers did not meet the minimum requirements to host a playoff game. The Bonecrushers won the contest but had to pay a hefty fine to move forward. The Bonecrushers decided they could not and the USA Raiders were on deck plus they were the last team standing in the South Division. The South Texas Assasins folded, Edinburg ended their season due to a lack of a roster, and of course, the Bonecrushers folded.
The USA Raiders decided to fold their season and not play the Hurricanes leaving NO team to play outright for the Southern Conference Championship. Bring in the FT Hood Knights.
The Knights were next in line to play in the playoffs from the North Division. Team owner Rudy Guzman wanted to earn the right to go to CRAFL Bowl VII. With less than 24 hours till kickoff, the Knights brought 11 players to Victoria to play the #2 state ranked Victoria squad.
The game started fast in the favor of the Hurricanes as they proved why there the best of the South. The game ending in the 3rd quarter, ended in a final score of 68-0.
The Victoria Hurricanes are making their first appearance to a championship game but many on the team were on the Victoria Texans 2013 championship team.
CRAFL Bowl VII kicks off on June 10th at 7 PM at Memorial Stadium in Victoria.
On June 6th, listen in to the CRAFL Bowl VII preview show via the Victoria Hurricanes Show with Jeff Magnia and Rudy Guzman.
May 14, 2017
The Victoria Hurricanes will face off against the South Texas Bonecrushers on May 20th in the Southern Conference Championship game. The winner of the game will move on to CRAFL Bowl VII on June 10th. The game will be at Patti Welder Stadium with a kickoff at 7 PM.
The last time these two teams met, the game ended early as the Hurricanes had a convincing, 33-0 lead. Earlier in the year, the Hurricanes defeated the Bonecrushers 22-0 in Robstown's Cotton Picker Stadium.
Listen in as Jeff Magnia talks to team owner Rudy Guzman, head coach Corey Boyd, Showtime Williams, and T Flagg on Tuesday, May 15th at 7 PM, live from Double Dave's Pizza.
April 30, 2017
The Victoria Hurricanes regular season is over as they took a forfeit win over the San Antonio Assassins. The Hurricanes finished the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record. They have earned a first-round bye and will play the winner of the USA Raiders vs South Texas Bonecrushers game, which is slated for May 13th.
The winner of the Raiders/Bonecrushers will have to travel to Victoria to play on May 20th at Patti Welder Stadium. The winner of the game advances to CRAFL Bowl VII, which will be on June 10th..
The Victoria Hurricanes Show will broadcast tomorrow on May 16th. Jeff Magnia will continue his conversation with Reuben Dennis about the show, "13 Reasons Why" and how bullying ties into the show along with what the Hurricanes want to do to help. Magnia will also have team owner Rudy Guzman as they wrap up their regular season pick'em. Magnia has the lead for the season by 1 game. Listen in at 7:30 to hear who won.
April 24, 2017
The Hurricanes break was a short one after the Easter Break. The Landsharks from Edinburg arrived with only 11 players. The game didn't last long as they only played till halftime, winning 35-0.
April 9, 2017
The Victoria Hurricanes traveled to Robstown to take on the South Texas Bonecrushers in a Southern Division matchup. The win cements not only the playoffs, but a first round bye as the Hurricanes swept the series between the two teams.
The score was low at the half as Victoria led 7-0. The Hurricanes opened up the scoring in the second half. More details will be made as they become available.
The Hurricanes play their last home game of the regular season against the Edinburg Landsharks in two weeks. The entire Crossroads Amateur Football League will observe Easter Sunday and not have games that weekend.
The Victoria Hurricanes Show will be on Tuesday night as Jeff Magnia and Rudy Guzman plus guests from the team will talk about the next game and give more details about the previous. Show starts at 7 pm from Double Dave's Pizza.
April 3, 2017
Read the Victoria Hurricanes stance against bullying by going to the "Community" page of the website.
April 2, 2017
The Victoria Hurricanes played in their second CRAFL Game of the Week and the game was not a disappointment. The score up to halftime was tied 6-6 against the undefeated Wharton County Panthers. The Panthers would score one more time and get a two-point conversion. Hurricanes' Andrew Taylor led the way with two touchdowns to cement the team to a 20-14 victory to remain the only undefeated team in the Crossroads Amateur Football League.
At halftime, about 15 students were handed medals for their academic achievement from Patti Welder Middle School and former GM/current Victoria Hurricanes Show host Jeff Magnia was presented his Minor League Football Hall of Fame ring. Magnia is the first to receive the honor from the Victoria area. He won't have the distinction for very long though as Magnia is also a member of the Board of Directors. He announced that team owner Rudy Guzman will be nominated to the Class of 2017 in MLF Hall of Fame, which is the ceremony is held in Las Vegas, NV.
The Hurricanes take to the road next week as they will face off against the South Texas Bonecrushers from Corpus Christi.
The Victoria Hurricanes Show will feature Andrew Taylor, Demetrius Gilden, and Stephan Shelton. Listen on Tuesday night as they broadcast live from Double Dave's Pizza. If you want to come and listen, feel free to enjoy some great pizza and visit with the players. Broadcast starts at around 7 PM.
March 26, 2017
The Victoria Hurricanes played the USA Raiders up until halftime, leading 20-0. The game was called by League Commissioner Ruben Quintanilla due to the Raiders using an ineligible player. Not following the policies laid out, the Raiders have had to forfeit their season.
The Hurricanes will have the CRAFL Game of the Week against the undefeated Wharton County Panthers. Kickoff is at 7 PM from Patti Welder Stadium.
Listen in as Jeff Magnia talks Hurricane football on Tuesday night, live from Double Dave's Pizza in Victoria, Texas.
March 12, 2017
The Victoria Hurricanes opened full throttle on Saturday against the South Texas Armadillos. That only lasted one quarter as they scored 22 points in the first stanza. After that, missed opportunities netted 6 more points. The defense continued to dominate allowing only 2 points. Final score Hurricanes 28, Armadillos 2.
Victoria has the weekend off, along with the rest of the league. When they return, they will face the USA Raiders in the second crosstown rivalry. This time the Hurricanes will be the visiting team.
The Victoria Hurricanes Show will have a broadcast this coming Tuesday to talk about the game against the Armadillos and the showdown with the Raiders. All on Tuesday night at 7 PM from Double Dave's Pizza.
March 6, 2017
The Victoria Hurricanes played their first away game of the season. Much like being at home, the Hurricanes continue to dominate the Crossroads Amateur Football League (CRAFL). The Hurricanes travelled to Barrientos Middle School Field in Edinburg, Texas. The longest running franchise in Texas, the Edinburg Landsharks could not handle Victoria's high-powered, #1 ranked offense nor their defense.
Victoria travels to Old FIS Field in Freeport, Texas to play the South Texas Armadillos. The Armadillos lost last week to the Wharton County Panthers, 20-12 in the Week 4 CRAFL Game of the Week.
Listen in on Tuesday evening as Jeff Magnia host the Victoria Hurricanes Show. Special guests this week include Drew Kimball, Jeremiah Sodia, and the newly married head coach, Corey Boyd. Show starts at 7 PM live from Double Dave's Pizza in Victoria.
February 26, 2017
The Victoria Hurricanes cruised to an easy victory as they defeated the San Antonio Assassins last Saturday night at Patti Welder Stadium. Hurricanes won 60-0. Despite the score of the game, that wasn't the biggest event on the field.
Team Owner Rudy Guzman, GM Donnie Butler, CRAFL Commissioner Ruben Quintanilla, and the Victoria Hurricane football players and staff honored citizens with special needs at a halftime ceremony, giving each a medal.
Take a look at the video of the event via Crossroads Today:
Make sure and listen in on Tuesday evening as Jeff Magnia host the Victoria Hurricanes Show, live from Double Dave's Pizza. Show starts at 7 PM or come watch it live as Double Dave's will have $.90 Pepporoni Rolls all day Tuesday. Guest will include Malcolm Peoples, Reuben Dennis, and Coach Billy "Jojo" Barnes.
In other news, the Hurricanes have been ranked no. 1 in the state of Texas. Out of a pool of 62 teams, Victoria is at the top of the hill. With the scoring and the stingy defense, look for them to stay that way. Check it out now:
February 19, 2017
In the CRAFL Game of the Week, the defense got the Hurricanes on the scoreboard first with a safety. Next score came on a 75 yard punt return by Deion Boyd, followed by a 63 yard TD pass by Showtime Williams to veteran WR Keith Hradek.
The final score came right before Halftime, Williams connects on a 7 yard TD pass to Desmond Sanders to complete to scoring.
The final at Patti Welder Stadium was HURRICANES 22 - BONECRUSHERS 0.
The Hurricanes play one more home game before hitting the road. Victoria will take on the South Texas Assassins of San Antonio at Patti Welder Stadium. Kickoff is at 7 PM.
Also listen in on Tuesday evening as Jeff Magnia host the Victoria Hurricanes Show, live from Double Dave's Pizza.
February 11, 2017
Bay City graduate Cordero "Showtime" Williams threw five touchdown passes and ran for one in the Hurricanes' win.
Williams connected for scores with Keith Hradek for 24 and 9 yards, Malcolm Peoples for 13 and 19 yards, and 10 yards to David Hisquierdo.
To read more of Mike Forman's coverage of the "Crosstown Rivarly", click here.....
December 18, 2016
On a perfect night for football, the Victoria Hurricanes were led by quarterback Showtime Williams and the hard running of Chris Sanders, Donnie Butler, and Paris Brown. The offensive play was flawless behind a big and bruising offensive line. The defense played a swarming, gang tackling hard-hitting defense.
The constant harassment of the quarterbacks for the Sharyland Stings were unable to muster any points.
The final score, your Victoria hurricanes 34 and the Stings 0. Game ball goes out to the entire team on a great game.
This was the final preseason game as the Hurricanes prepare for their season opener against the cross-town rivals the USA Raiders on February 11th at Patti Welder Stadium.