Lawmen Team Player Information
Simplified, Inexpensive FOOTBALL Website Building System!
The NorCal Lawmen Football Organization is Dedicated to Raising Money for Children's Hospital Oakland
Fry's Electronics Donated the Laptops for the 2009 Lawmen Raffle
Oakland Coin and Jewelry Exchange
Coors Light is a Proud Sponsor of the NorCal Lawmen
Providing Armed Security at all Lawmen Home Games
NorCal Pride clothing company is Proud Sponsor of the NorCal Lawmen
Acumena Security - Proud Sponsors of the Lawmen
Grand Oaks Resturant - Cocktails, Contential Cuisine and Banquet Facilities
Officially Licensed Raider Merchandise In Castro Valley Free Hit Counters

#1 Ranked Rhino-Raiders Nip Lawmen 29-25 with Last Second TD
(August 2006):
The Lawmen traveled 36 players to Ogden Utah in planes, trains and automobiles on Saturday August 19th to face the #1 ranked South Ogden Rhino-Raiders in a Showdown of Champions in the West. The game between the 14-2 Lawmen and 11-0 Rhino-Raiders lived up to all the hype. The Lawmen traveling without starting quarterback, All-American Scott Burke, put up a fierce battle with the #1 ranked Rhino-Raiders but came up short 25-29 in the end when the Rhino-Raiders scored on a 12 yard TD run with just 40 seconds left in the game. The Lawmen brought coach Bill Carlin out of retirement to play quarterback for most of the first three quarters, finally replacing him with all-purpose backup QB/RB Justin Paulk late in the 3rd quarter at which point the Lawmen were still leading 18-10.

The Lawmen were trailing 10-0 after the first quarter, had at 12-10 halftime lead, and an 18-10 lead after 3 quarters, only to find themselves trailing 22-18 with 8 minutes left. At that point, Donyell Crain entered the game as the Lawmen's third quarterback to play and drove the team 62 yards for a touchdown with flashy running and smart passing, putting the Lawmen up 25-22 with only 3:30 remaining.

The Lawmen kickoff was a touchback putting the Rhino-Raiders on the 20. The Rhino-Raiders connected on a 31 yard pass on 3rd and 5 to put the ball on the Lawmen 44 with 2:21 left on the clock. Following that the Rhino-Raiders ran and passed the ball down to the Lawmen 12 with only 44 seconds left in the game, at which point they ran the game-winning 12-yard TD making the score 29-25 Rhino-Raiders with just 40 seconds left. Showing no signs of giving up, the Lawmen passed deep on the first play of the final drive, but Donyell Crain got hit and injured as he almost completed a long pass to Raymond Price, and the Lawmen were unable to score.

The NorCal Lawmen are an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Copyright 2000-2008, NorCal Lawmen Football Organization, All Rights Reserved. (Lawmen Admin)