After their 58-0 win over the Colorado Freeze, the Utah Falconz enter the IWFL playoffs, and here is a look back at their road to get there.

In seven regular-season games, Utah has amassed 649 passing yards and 11 touchdowns. Their running game far surpassed that by collecting an astounding 2,223 rushing yards with a total of 46 touchdowns.

To demonstrate the power of their bench, 15 athletes scored those 57 touchdowns. The reliability of their athletes also evident as Keeshya Cox leads with 17 touchdowns.

Tina Tela recorded in seven touchdowns while Veronica Sisqueiros and Kayla "Gorilla" Bruner each scored six touchdowns.

Special teams also scored, Bruner scoring on a kick return and Shannon Gebbia recovering a fumbled punt snap. Overall, through the regular season, the Utah Falconz have scored 423 points.

The Utah Falconz defense has chewed through every competitor, earning the nickname "Darkside." As a unit they tallied 229 tackles (122 solo). The Falconz have sacked the opposing quarterbacks 19 times and pulled off a tackle-for-loss on 39 occasions throughout their regular season.

Additionally, there were 12 interceptions, 13 forced fumbles, 19 pass deflections and a kick blocked. The defense even put 12 points on the board with Maira Alcala and Nicole Olsen each getting a pick six.

After seven games, the Darkside has allowed 574 yards, tallied four shutouts and only allowed their opponents to score a combined total of 26 points.

The Utah Falconz now start their fight toward the national championships scheduled for July.

The first round of playoffs is against a wildcard entry, the Rocky Mountain Thunderkatz out of Colorado. This and all playoff games will be at home. The first is Saturday, June 20, at Cottonwood High at 3 p.m. General admission is $10; seniors and veterans are $8; and $5 for current Cottonwood High School students, while children 10 and under are free.