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Fall 2019 Wed Lincoln Park South TURF Men’s Intermediate Flag Football – Week 4

SCLSU Mud Dogs (3-0-1) v. Luck’s Longevity (3-2) – Wednesday, November 6, and 2019

SCLSU Mud Dogs shut out Luck’s Longevity. They really brought it on defense in this one, beating their season points against average of 1.5 points per game. The Defense for SCLSU Mud Dogs did enough. On Wednesday, SCLSU Mud Dogs seeks to stay unbeaten with a Game versus The Standard is the Standard (1-3-0).   Tittsburgh Feelers (2-0-2) is next up on the docket for Luck’s Longevity, as they attempt to bounce back.

SAGERS (1-3) v. S.A.O. (0-4) – Wednesday, November 6, and 2019

SAGERS and S.A.O. participated in a close one. The final score of 27-25 reflects the hard work SAGERS put into every minute of the game. SAGERS really brought their A game in this one, exceeding their average of 9.30 points per game. QB Brendan Conlon threw four TDs, finding Gabe Manning for two of them. S.A.O. played their A game on in terms of scoring even with this loss on their record, exceeding their average of 9.30 points per game for the season. In the loss, QB Ryan Suniga hit Eugene Bolotnikov for one touchdown and ran in one on his own. Next up for SAGERS is a pairing versus Kissing TDs (4-0-0).   Next week, S.A.O. will try to put a 1 in the win column against Best Friends (2-3-0).

Best Friends (2-3) v. Dynamos (1-4) – Wednesday, November 6, and 2019

Best Friends and Dynamos were extremely evenly matched in this Game. Best Friends put 15 on the board and held Dynamos to 13 points. Best Friends really stepped up in this one, beating their average of 9.80 points per game. QB Anthony Castaldo threw one TD, which was caught by Brandon Moy. Dynamos really gave everything they had to stop Dynamos in this one in spite of the loss, beating their average of 17.80 points against per game this year. In the loss, QB Couri Benz hit Aaron Giles for one touchdown and rushed for one. Next up for Best Friends is a battle versus S.A.O. (0-4-0).   Balls Deep (2-2-0) is next up on the docket for Dynamos, as they try to bounce back.

Dillon Panthers (2-2) v. Beacon Funding (1-3) – Wednesday, November 6, and 2019

Dillon Panthers and Beacon Funding participated in a close one. By the score of 13-6, Dillon Panthers got a W. Dillon Panthers really showed up in this one, exceeding their average of 9.50 points per game. QB Jared Levin delivered two touchdowns, finding Eric Davis for one of them. Beacon Funding really struggled to get it going on the offensive end in this game, scoring less than their average of 7.50 ppg for the year. During the loss for Beacon Funding, QB Andrew Hinds hit Joseph Molloy for one touchdown. #SchneiderNation (3-1-0) are next up on the schedule for Dillon Panthers, as they look to keep it going.   Next up for Beacon Funding is a showdown against Chicago Steelers (1-2-1), as they attempt to bounce back.

Cobrassssssssssssss(like a snake) (4-0) v. Touchdown Here (1-2-1) – Wednesday, November 6, and 2019

Cobrassssssssssssss(like a snake) crushed Touchdown Here. The final score of 30-6 reflects the hard work Cobrassssssssssssss(like a snake) put into every minute of the game. Cobrassssssssssssss(like a snake) are the highest-scoring team in the league this season, averaging 28.0 points per game. QB Conor delivered three touchdowns, finding Ryan Gorrell for two of them and scampered for one more. For Touchdown Here, QB Theodore Romas hit Stephen Hawthorne for one touchdown. Next week, Cobrassssssssssssss(like a snake) will attempt to stay undefeated with a pairing against Tittsburgh Feelers (2-0-2).   Next up for Touchdown Here is a battle against Playmakers in Space (2-2-1), as they look to get back on track.

Playmakers in Space (2-2-1) v. The Standard is the Standard (1-3) – Wednesday, November 6, and 2019

The final score of 24-6 reflects the hard work Playmakers in Space put into every minute of the game. Playmakers in Space showed up in this one, beating their average of 13.40 points per game. QB Cameron Mitchell threw one score, which was caught by Cody and rushed in three on his own. The Standard is the Standard didn’t have their best stuff on offense in this game, scoring less than their average of 10.80 ppg this season. Next up for Playmakers in Space is a battle versus Touchdown Here (1-2-1).   SCLSU Mud Dogs (3-0-1) is next up on the docket for The Standard is the Standard, as they look to rebound.

#SchneiderNation (3-1) v. Chicago Steelers (1-2-1) – Wednesday, November 6, and 2019

#SchneiderNation and Chicago Steelers had in a nail-biter. With a final score of 12-6, #SchneiderNation got their third-straight win. This team, #SchneiderNation, fought for this one, earning the victory, despite scoring less than their avg. points per game of 13.50. Their Defense did enough to earn the Win in this one as well. Chicago Steelers really didn’t have their best stuff on the offensive end in this one, scoring less than their average of 8.50 ppg this year. Dillon Panthers (2-2-0) are next up on the schedule for #SchneiderNation, as they look to keep it going.   Beacon Funding (1-3-0) is next up on the docket for Chicago Steelers, as they attempt to bounce back.

Playmakers in Space (2-2-1) v. Tittsburgh Feelers (2-0-2) – Wednesday, November 6, and 2019

Playmakers in Space and Tittsburgh Feelers took part in a draw and ended all tied at 13-13. For Playmakers in Space, QB Cameron Mitchell delivered two TDs, hitting Quentin Creen for two tuddys. Tittsburgh Feelers really didn’t have their best stuff on offense in this game, scoring less than their average of 19.00 ppg for the year. For Tittsburgh Feelers, QB Mike Ficaro hit Zach Harrington for one touchdown and rushed for one. Exiting week 4, Playmakers in Space looks ahead to Touchdown Here (1-2-1) who are next on the calendar. For Tittsburgh Feelers next up is Luck’s Longevity (3-2-0).

Kissing TDs (4-0) v. Balls Deep (2-2) – Wednesday, November 6, and 2019

Kissing TDs and Balls Deep combined for an offensive explosion totaling 87 points. The final score of 46-41 reflects the hard work Kissing TDs put into every minute of the game. Kissing TDs really brought it in this one, beating their average of 24.80 points per game. Their D got the job done as well. Even though they lost, Balls Deep brought their best on in terms of scoring in this one, beating their average of 21.80 points per game for the year. Kissing TDs will try to stay perfect next week with a throwdown versus SAGERS (1-3-0).   Next up for Balls Deep is a match-up against Dynamos (1-4-0), as they look to get back into the winner’s circle.

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