Enforcers dominate Atlanta

In their first home game of the National Public Safety Football League season, the San Diego Enforcers beat the Atlanta Defenders, 30-7.

Players represent a variety of law enforcement agencies from around the county. Known as the Hero Bowl, the game was played at Cathedral Catholic High on March 7 and raised funds for the Semper Fi Fund, which supports injured military personnel.

More than 3,000 fans attended in support of the Enforcers, the largest showing at a home game yet, organizers said.

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