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Feb. 10, 2005

Floor Hockey Results & Schedules Week Six

by Pratik Bhandari, Page Editor
The playoffs are here. It's do or die time now, either win or go home.

The Blair Floor Hockey League is online here .

Recent Results:
Friday, February 4, 2005

Sliced Bread 1 Justice League 1

06 Spandex Warriors 8 Nachitos 0

Raging Gametes 4 Riemann Sums 1

Fighting Funkmasters 2 I Kissed Your Sister 0

Tuesday, February 8, 2005

Those Mean Old Teachers 2 Riemann Sums 1

Peter Hammond was the only scorer for Those Mean Old Teachers, but his two goals were enough to get them past the Riemann Sums. Hammond's first goal came after he was left wide open in front of the net by the Sums defense. Hammond scored his second goal from the top of the crease with a hard slapshot that got by Sums goalie, David Ufford.

Towards the end of the game, Victor Roy scored for the Riemann Sums after he intercepted Teachers goalie Mark Curran on a goalie throw. Roy was wide open and he put it in the lower left corner of the goal immediately.

Raging Gametes 3 Nachitos 2

After a back and forth battle, the game was 2-1 Nachitos, with Julian Shapiro providing both of their scores. One of Shapiro's scores was a shot that went through a screen and just past Raging Gametes goalie Adam Schuyler and his outstretched arms. The second goal was a nifty wrist flick that was shot from just outside the crease into the top of the net.

As the Nachitos hunkered down on defense, it seemed that it was all over for the Gametes as neither team could keep the ball in the opponent's territory for long.

With eight seconds left, however, the Gametes mounted a desperate last stand and Peter Bullen managed to get open and slap the ball into the Nachitos goal and the game was tied after regulation.

The overtime period was short, though, barely a minute long as the Gametes controlled the opening faceoff and immediately went on the offensive. After some crisp passing that countered the Nachitos zone defense, Greg Jukes ended up with the ball on his stick and a whole lot of wide-open space. Jukes shot an awkward, bouncing and spinning ball that snuck past a screen and into the back of the net, and the Gametes went wild.

Justice League 6 Born To Command 1

Born To Command was forced to play two men down as they didn't have any of their girls show up and it made a difference against a well-prepared Justice League team that was not going to be denied a spot in the playoffs.

Lucas Henry was especially terrifying for Born To Command goalie Mike Bushnell as he often got one or two uncontested shots, as the shorthanded defense was slow to rotate to pick him up and he ended up getting two goals. Also, two of Mikey Tsai's hard slapshots found their way past the beleaguered goalie for a pair of scores.

In a losing effort, Born To Command's Ryan Ly scored off of a nice pass from fellow wingman, Albert Nguyen.

Upcoming Games:
Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Fighting Funkmasters vs. Justice League

Shake N Bake vs. Those Mean Old Teachers

KC Hotsteppers vs. I Kissed Your Sister

06 Spandex Warriors vs. Raging Gametes

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  • Michael Bushnell (View Email) on February 10, 2005 at 8:28 PM
    Henry's amazing; he was much better than Mr. Gibb. Henry moves around the key to shoot and their passing attack really blew the doors off us. It's not easy to win playing with 3 guys to 5, but 6 goals? Not a good game in the slightest.
  • funkmaster on February 10, 2005 at 10:59 PM
    but gibb is good enough, we're still undefeated!
  • word on February 10, 2005 at 11:51 PM
    go ryan and albert!
  • nachito on February 11, 2005 at 5:29 PM
    it's definetly julian shapiro, not justin. FYI
  • justice league on February 12, 2005 at 1:19 AM
  • this be unfair, yo on February 12, 2005 at 8:24 PM
    this be unfair, yo. All da playoff games is da same day as the real hockey state playoff game. Best be fixin that, cuz that not right, yo.
  • abby on February 13, 2005 at 11:20 AM
  • Jesse Galef on February 13, 2005 at 1:20 PM
    I'm just sad that the teachers broke up their championship-calibur team. When Gibb left (unquestionably one of the best players in the league) our team felt cheated that we wouldn't get to face the full force of the Arthritics (the 02-03 teacher team). Now with Mr. Grossman and Mr. Henry (both excellent) gone as well, there's no standard to measure up to. So seniors: enjoy victory, but know that you're not necessarily the best. The teachers in their glory days could beat any current team.
  • shake and bake on February 13, 2005 at 3:19 PM
    i am sorry funkmaster but our team and ur team should be tied because one of our players scored from the other side of the court and nathan didn't see it and ur goalie even said it went in
  • gnats '03 (View Email) on February 14, 2005 at 12:15 AM
    It's great to see floor hockey is alive and well, and even better to see that this article is being used as a forum for trash talk. Good luck...someone please beat the teachers for me.
  • to gnats '03 on February 14, 2005 at 3:40 PM
    shake n bake will mess up the teachers. u can count on it, if the game gets resheduled to a different day as the ice hockey game so we will be able to have our full team.
  • shake and bake player on February 14, 2005 at 7:46 PM
    will do gnats the teachers suck
  • shake and bake player on February 21, 2005 at 2:32 PM
    the figthing funk masters only won because they had gibb, without him they would have lost big time, and we are going to crush the teachers
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