The Gdynia Seahawks won their fourth straight game to open the season and their 7th overall dating back to last season, downing the host Warsaw Sharks 35-0 on Saturday evening. The Sharks fell to 1-3 in their final home game of the regular season, while the Seahawks moved to 4-0 to remain a game ahead of the Wrocław Panthers in the Topliga standings.
Terrence Owens threw three touchdown passes for the Seahawks, starting in the opening frame with a 6-yarder that went to Jakub Mazan. The receiver scored again on a 20-yard strike early in the second quarter, which saw a heavy rain shower pass through. The Sharks had a great chance to score but came away with nothing when a dropped pass in the end zone was followed by an interception.
Joshua Quezada continued his solid season for Gdynia, scoring 60-yard touchdowns on both sides of the halftime break to put the Seahawks firmly in command. Przemysław Portalski finished off the scoring with a 12-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter, and the Gdynia defense held the Sharks the rest of the way to record their first shutout since May 2013.
Seahawks (4-0): at Kozły Poznań (0-4), May 15
Sharks (1-3): at Warsaw Eagles (2-2), May 14