Wildcats

Some articles on wildcats, wildcat:

Swindon Wildcats (ENL)
... The Swindon Wildcats (NIHL) are a British ice hockey team, who works as development team from Swindon Wildcats ...
Los Angeles Wildcats
... The Los Angeles Wildcats (also reported in various media as Pacific Coast Wildcats, Los Angeles Wilson Wildcats and Wilson’s Wildcats) was a traveling team of the first ... for University of Washington star back George “Wildcat” Wilson ... Compared to most traveling teams in professional football, the Wildcats were successful, compiling a 6-6-2 record in the only season of the team’s – and the league’s ...
Los Angeles Wildcats - After The First AFL
... Two days after the end of the 1926 season (and of the AFL), the Wildcats and the New York Yankees started a series of exhibition games as the two Pyle-own ... a 7-7 draw), Birmingham, Alabama (a 14-3 Yankees win), Beaumont, Texas (a 34-0 Wildcats win), and San Antonio (a 20-14 Yankees win) before traveling to California for games against the independent ... owner Tim Mara, who acquired the assets of the defunct Brooklyn Horsemen), the Wildcats ceased to exist after the game in San Francisco ...
Lionel Harbin
... club level for Canberra Raiders (junior), and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, under head coach and father John Harbin ... He was a highly rated Hooker, however only made one appearance for the Wildcats in 2001's Super League VI against Huddersfield Giants due to re-occurring injuries ... He was a very successful academy coach for Wakefield Wildcats ...
Los Angeles Wildcats - American Football League Play
... league play, it became evident that Wilson was not the only weapon that the Wildcats had ... Furthermore, no fewer than four Wildcats handled the kicking job at one time or another ... scheduled to play only 10 games, the Wildcats played additional contests as last-minute “fill-in” opponents as one team after another in the American Football League folded or otherwise left the league ...