Shock lose to Soul

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PHILADELPHIA - The Spokane Shock, eliminated from playoff contention earlier in the week, lost 62-48 to the Philadelphia Soul (14-3) in Arena Football League play Sunday night before 7,590 at the Wells Fargo Center.

The Soul, the Eastern Division champs, set a franchise record for most wins in a season.

Spokane's Kyle Rowley passed for 325 yards and seven touchdowns, but was picked off four times, giving him nine interceptions in the past two games.

Spokane (8-8) has two games remaining, beginning Saturday at Kansas City.

Spokane 21 13 7 7 - 48

Philadelphia 14 28 13 7 - 62

PHI - Jeff Hughley 55 kickoff return (Connor Hughes kick)

SPO - Rod Harper 9 pass from Kyle Rowley (Kenny Spencer kick)

SPO - Jeffrey Solomon 4 pass from Rowley (Spencer kick)

PHI - Larry Brackins 9 pass from Dan Raudabaugh (Hughes kick)

SPO - Adron Tennell 47 pass from Rowley (Spencer kick)

PHI - Ross pass from Raudabaugh (Hughes kick)

PHI - Derrick Ross 12 run (Hughes kick)

SPO - Solomon 9 pass from Rowley (run failed)

PHI - Brackins 2 pass from Raudabaugh (Hughes kick)

SPO - Tennell 9 pass from Rowley (Spencer kick)

PHI - Ross 1 run (Hughes kick)

PHI - Donovan Morgan 4 pass from Raudabaugh (kick failed)

SPO - Tennell 20 pass from Rowley (Spencer kick)

PHI - Ross 15 pass from Raudabaugh (Hughes kick)

SPO - Tennell 9 pass from Rowley (Spencer kick)

PHI - Ross 2 run (Hughes kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING - Spo, Tennell 1-2, Niemann 2-0. Phila, Ross 11-83, Morgan 1-12.

PASSING - Spo, Rowley 29-48-4-325. Phila, Raudabaugh 16-22-1-179.

RECEIVING - Spo, Tennell 13-141, Harper 9-107, Solomon 4-36, Black 2-29, Pino 1-12. Phila, Morgan 5-59, Brackins 4-46, Hughley 3-32, Ross 2-27, Sammons 2-15.

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