New York Guardians bludgeon Renegades in Dallas (Highlights)

Lahoma Whitelow

A topsy-turvey third quarter was the deciding factor for the New York Guardians’ first-ever road victory in Arlington.

Geoff Magliocchetti

A few big bombs in a baseball stadium was enough for a New York team to earn a crucial win, but Louisville Sluggers were nowhere to be found.

The New York Guardians put up 372 yards of offense, including 143 on the ground, as they crushed the Dallas Renegades by a 30-12 final at Globe Life Field in Arlington on Saturday evening.

A de facto pitcher’s duel broke out in Arlington in the early stages, with the two squads uniting to allow only two field goals each. Both Matthew McCrane and Austin MacGinnis remained perfect on the year with their pairs of triples, while the defense held strong with constant pressure.

New York did provide some highlights via the play of Mekale McKay, who made several highlight-reel catches.

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