Cin City Chaos Remain Undefeated On The National Stage

by Chris Schreiber

In a dazzling display of dominance, the Cin City Chaos made a resounding statement in their Week 6 clash against the Indianapolis Octane. Marked as the A7FL Game of the Week, this showdown at the Grand Park Sports Complex in Westfield, IN, showcased the Chaos' appetite for the national spotlight, and they didn't disappoint. The final scoreline, 65-6 in favor of the Chaos, mirrored their previous week's triumph against the Octane, solidifying their claim to be a force to be reckoned with.

Led by quarterback Keno Thomas, the Chaos' offense operated with surgical precision, as Thomas orchestrated scoring drives with ease, showcasing his versatility by spreading the ball to multiple receivers while running back Seth Chambers bulldozed through the Octane's defense, tallying impressive yardage on the ground.

Defensively, the Chaos were equally formidable. Cornerback Dre Pope showcased his knack for interceptions, adding to the Octane's woes, while the Chaos' defensive line wreaked havoc in the Octane's backfield all game long, stifling any offensive momentum.

Despite the Octane's efforts, they struggled to find a foothold in the game, with their only touchdown coming from a spectacular 3-on-1 return by James Mitchell.

The loss was compounded by key injuries, including Chaos tight end Quentin Vaughn, who suffered a calf injury in a non-contact incident, and Octane quarterback Diamond Price, whose Achilles tear marked a devastating setback in his first game back from another undisclosed injury. We extend our well wishes to both players for a speedy recovery.

Looking ahead, the Chaos are set to face the Olentangy Volcanoes on May 19th in Cincinnati, where they aim to continue their winning streak and cement their status as contenders. Meanwhile, the Octane will regroup as they prepare to host the #2 Covington Heist in their next matchup, seeking redemption on their home turf.