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Sarnia Ultimate Frisbee week 4 results

June 5, 2012


While the undefeated Pants Party took a break with its bye in week four of Sarnia Ultimate Frisbee action, the league’s two other undefeated teams continued their winning streaks.

First up, Red Army dominated its first half against Sea Bass and the Gang, but the Sea Bass came roaring back in the second half with a new defensive strategy. Although the team scored 12 points in the second half, it wasn't quite enough against the heavily favoured Red Army, which won the game 15-13.  Patrick Doering was a great force of spirit, keeping the game a friendly affair.

Hungate's Mom remained undefeated with some great help from its rookies, beating Nuff Said 15-8.   Dean Donovan earned the nickname Spiderman after some great jumping foot blocks for Nuff Said.

In other action, year's champions Suspects – who started the season with two losses – got back on track with help from the strong play of Kayla Thorne. A 15-12 win over Wolfpack sees the Suspects level their record at 2-2.  On the other side, the Wolfpack had some great handling from rookie Carli Nap in only her second game.

Floppy Discs got off to a hot start against the winless Huckstables, earning a 6-1 lead.  Huckstables made it a game in the second half with some great plays from Selyn Gillis.  The Floppy Discs held on for their second win of the season – 15-12 final – and Bethany Huybers had a great defensive game.

Heading into week four with one win each, the Banana Hammocks and the Bulldogs got off to a rough start.  Rookie Rachel Babula made some strong plays for the Bananas, but in a losing cause as they fell 15-7.  James MacDougall did great in his first game of the season for the Bulldogs.

The Wolfpack, Huckstables, and Sea Bass and the Gang have yet to win a match.

This week sees two of the leagues strongest teams – Red Army and Pants Party – face off at Canatara Park on Thursday. Other games take place at Blackwell Park and Lansdowne. Action gets underway at 6:30 p.m.