Capital City Stealth Swipe Right Past the Competition

Capital City Stealth Swipe Right Past 
the Competition

LANSING - It was the beginning of a new era for the Capital City Stealth, as they played their first game at the Hope Sports Complex. The complex is the new home field of the Stealth and to celebrate, ownership held a Swipe Right Night in honor of the dating app Tinder.

The Stealth kicked off the home-campaign with a 30-16 victory over the Northern Michigan Wolves. Wide receiver Leroy Green paced the offense with two receiving touchdowns. On defense, cornerback Raymond Duncan had the Wolves' quarterback's number all night. Duncan recorded three interceptions and very well could have had a fourth, if not for a controversial block in the back penalty.

"Coach Wallace was busting me all week in practice" Duncan said, "Telling me where to be and how to read the quarterback's eyes."

The Stealth will be at home again next Saturday as they welcome in the West Michigan Force. Ownership will be honoring military, police, fire, and EMT workers by letting them in free of charge that night.

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