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LeShon Johnson ran for two touchdowns, and the Chicago Enforcers withstood San Francisco's second-half surge to beat the Demons 25-19. John Avery ran for 110 yards, and Kevin McDougal completed 11 of 14 for 175 yards and a score for Chicago (2-5) before an announced Soldier Field crowd of 11,428. San Francisco (3-4) trailing by 19 points in the second half and made a big comeback. But its final drive was stopped with less than a minute left on an interception by Dorian Brew. Charles Wiley's 1-yard plunge gave Chicago a 6-0 lead on its first possession.
The Demons tied the game when Andy Crosland's field goal try was blocked by Carl Hansen and picked up by Dwayne Harper, who ran 79 yards for a touchdown. On Chicago's next possession, Johnson squirted through for a 6-yard score, putting the Enforcers back ahead 13-6 with 11:36 left in half. Chicago blocked a punt, and two plays later Aaron Bailey caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from McDougal with 8:01 left in the half to make. They Enforcers made it 25-6 when Johnson ran around left end for a 3-yard TD with 6:03 left in the third period. Kelvin Anderson scored for San Francisco from a yard out with 1:55 left in the third period, and the Demons got their final score with 6:41 left on 3-yard pass from Mike Pawlawski to Jimmy Cunningham.