Key Points:
– Battlehawks improve to 7-3, Brahmas fall to 7-3 but St Louis wins the XFL Conference via tie breaker
– Low-scoring game with both teams combining for only 25 points
– Jontre Kirklin leads Brahmas with 7 receptions for 127 yards and 1 TD

The St. Louis Battlehawks hosted the San Antonio Brahmas in a Week 10 UFL game and will do so again next week for the XFL Conference Championship game. The Battlehawks emerged victorious with a narrow 13-12 win in a low-scoring affair. Another UFL game that came down to a last second field goal miss.

With this result, both teams now have a 7-3 record in the XFL Conference but since the Battlehawks beat the Brahmas earlier this season, they hold to the tie breaker.



Brahmas Breakdown:

The Brahmas struggled to find their rhythm on offense, with quarterbacks Chase Garbers and Quinten Dormady combining for only 237 passing yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception.

The team’s top performers on offense were:

– Jontre Kirklin: 7 receptions, 127 yards, 1 TD
– Calvin Turner: 3 receptions, 36 yards
– Morgan Ellison: 11 rushes, 43 yards, 1 TD
– Landen Akers: 2 receptions, 26 yards
– Marquez Stevenson: 3 receptions, 8 yards; 1 rush, 4 yards

Battlehawks Breakdown:

Quarterback A.J. McCarron led the Battlehawks with 115 passing yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception. The team’s ground game was more effective, with Jacob Saylors and Wayne Gallman combining for 91 rushing yards.

The top offensive players for the Battlehawks were:

– Jacob Saylors: 12 rushes, 50 yards; 2 receptions, 7 yards
– Wayne Gallman: 6 rushes, 41 yards
– Jahcour Pearson: 3 receptions, 36 yards; 1 rush, 2 yards
– Hakeem Butler: 2 receptions, 34 yards
– Steven Mitchell: 1 reception, 22 yards, 1 TD

Can the Brahmas bounce back next week from this close loss and make it to the UFL Championship? Will the Battlehawks use this win as momentum to make a push for the Championship? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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Mark Perry Editor
Mark Perry, a devoted sports journalist and founder of UFL News Hub, has been a key figure in XFL, USFL and UFL coverage since 2018.

1 Comment

  • Posted June 2, 2024 11:39 am 0Likes
    by Frank

    Love the Battlehawks but it is difficult to come away from this game feeling good about their chances in the playoffs! After losing the week before to a bad team St. Louis played a flat game at home even though their fans came out in full force to cheer them on. Painful to say but I see them as being only the third or fourth best team in the playoffs.

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