Jayhawk Division Stats

Considering how cold it was on Wednesday and Thursday, today is a gorgious day. It's a little chilly, but that's not so bad. The ground was kind of wet. Again, not so bad. We had to move our field to another part of the lawn because the snow/ice we packed down last week was still there and still had all kinds of wonderful holes where we could have twisted all kinds of exciting body parts. We also welcome Ron, from the UDK, who watched for a few games and then played a few games.

Game 1 - In game 1 (if you could call it a game), "Princess Carriage" defeated "Are You Gimp, Too?" by a score of 10-2. It wasn't much to speak of throughout, and the Gimps were pretty much just satisfied to have scored at all.

Game 2 - Game two was a slightly better, but still lopsided, match up between "Crazy Patterns are Annoying" and "Ill Boding" (that's ill boding, not 3 boding). "Patterns" ended up winning by a score of 10-3, but it was a long road. Melissa was goalie for Boding, and she was like some sort of big rock that was blocking the goal, because it was hard to score on her. Most of the points that did go in were second or third attempts, because she'd blocked the first and second attempts. Finally, disgusted with the score of 6-0, Melissa called commando and promptly came out to score Boding's first point, and then got a quick assist to get their other two points. But, alas, it was too late for ill boding and they ended up losing.

Game 3 - In game three, "Koo-Koo Ka Choo" jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead over "Antarctica for the Children". However, Antarctica tied it back up after a 2-point converted hand call off of Madelaine. Antarctica then rounded out the side-change by scoring another point.

Although I don't remember the details, the next point was very long, because everyone forgot what the score was. After we got it worked out, Ka Choo was up 4-3 and then scored another point to make it 5-3 before Antarctica, who was refusing to die, put back a two-pointer to tie it up again for the second side change.

After this, Antarctica went on a 4-1 run to make the score 9-6. The final point came against Ron in the goal. Ron blocked a solid, point-blank shot. He then blocked a solid put-back to prevent the second point, and he managed to clear it. However, this left Robbie alone at midfield with the ball and a third shot went several feet above the end of Ron's crumpet stick to round out the game.

It should be noted that in Ron's debut game, he pulled off 4 points out of his team's six, one of which came amid several bat throws and a defender stepping all over his heels.

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