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Women's Professional Football Playoffs

6/25/2013, 9:49 p.m.
Washington Divas player Brooke Coley catches a pass from her quarterback during the second round of Eastern Conference playoff action at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, Md., on Saturday, June 22. Quarterback Allyson Hamlin scored five touchdowns – four through the air and one on the ground – and linebacker Trigger McNair added a pair of defensive plays. The Divas won their conference quarterfinal game over the Columbus Comets 40-12. Photo by John DeFreitas

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Columbus Comets player Breeanne Martin watches as D.C. Divas running back Eleni Kostis runs for a first down in the first quarter of the Women's Professional Football playoffs on Saturday, June 22 at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, Md. Saturday’s game was the second playoff meeting between the two teams. In 2006, the Divas faced the Comets in the Eastern Conference championship game – the Divas walked away with a 32-7 victory and went on to capture the 2006 National Championship.

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Washington Divas wide receiver Juliette Baker-Brice celebrates her touchdown catch with teammate and tight end Kesee Halliard as Baker-Brice’s catch made the score 13-6 in the second quarter of the Women's Professional Football playoffs on Saturday, June 22, at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex in Landover, Md. The D.C. Divas are making their 10th playoff appearance, which ranks second in women’s pro football history.