Kellett injury not serious; Fever don't want moral victories
KENNEWICK, Wash. - QB Josh Kellett's sprained ankle shouldn't keep him out of the lineup this Saturday in Stockton. The starter had to leave the Spokane game in the first quarter when the injury happened. Defensive end Tali Ena filled in beautifully. The former Prosser QB had four passing touchdowns and also two rushing touchdowns. Although they lost 59-56, the Fever offense had their best game of the year. Ena, though, is not about to take any of the credit. "When you have a coach like Coach (Steve) Papp running the offfense, he keeps it so simple," said Ena. "with a great offensive line and a phenomenal core of receivers, that's what should happen. I've just got to know my numbers, throw where I need to throw and that's it. That should happen." After college at WSU an New Mexico State, Ena played quarterback in the AFL for the Utah Blaze. Ena expects to go back to defensive line this Saturday at Stockton.