Jessica Penta #85 recovers an onside kick in the fourth quarter of the W Bowl National Championship Game on July 22, 2017. On defense, Penta also chipped in 4 tackles, 3 assists, and a fumble recovery. © 2017 Mitzi Velez Lorenzana.

Dallas Elite 31, Boston Renegades 21

PITTSBURGH — July 22, 2017 — The Boston Renegades scored three consecutive touchdowns while holding their opponent scoreless for the final 31 minutes and 55 seconds of the game, but their comeback bid ran short on time in the national championship game.

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Jessica Penta. © 2017 Jes Quesada, Game On Photo.

Home-Field Advantage (Revere Journal)

By Cary Shuman. REVERE, Mass. — July 5, 2017 — Former Revere High star Jess Penta’s athletic career will come full circle when she steps on to the field at Della Russo Stadium Saturday for the Boston Renegades in the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) Conference Championship Game.

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Renegades Rally Past D.C. 27-24

BOSTON — June 17, 2017 — The Boston Renegades advanced to the conference finals by defeating the D.C. Divas in dramatic fashion, scoring 14 points in the final nine minutes of the contest to surmount an 11-point deficit.

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Renegades running back Whitney Zelee #33 scores the first of her two touchdowns to lead Boston to a come-from-behind victory over the Chicago Force <nobr>25-24</nobr> on <nobr>May 20, 2017.</nobr> <nobr>© Mitzi Velez Lorenzana</nobr>

Renegades Edge Chicago 25-24

EVANSTON, ILL. — May 20, 2017 — Renegades running back Whitney Zelee #33 rushed for over 150 yards and two touchdowns in the second half to lead Boston to a come-from-behind victory over the previously undefeated Chicago Force.

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Boston Renegades linebacker Deanna Walsh #53 and cornerback Briannah Gallo #24 celebrate a shut out victory over the D.C. Divas, 26-0, on May 6, 2017. ©Jes Quesada, Game On Photo.

Boston Renegades Shutout D.C. Divas 26-0

BOSTON — May 6, 2017 — The Renegades rushing attacked rolled up four touchdowns in the second half to seal a regular-season sweep of the D.C. Divas 26-0. It was only the third shutout in D.C.’s history, the second at the hands of Boston.

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