Weekly Sports Report
The week at a glance in intramural sports games, scores and players.
Campus Recreation Report
Fall Intramurals sports are starting to wrap up here at Campus Recreation. Floor Hockey and Basketball leagues crowned champions this week while badminton just heads into play offs.
To begin, the Floor Hockey Co Rec Champions have been crowned for the Fall semester. It came down to Car Ramrod and the Ugly Pucklings in the final round to determine who would take home the championship crown. In the end it was Car Ramrod with an impressive game taking it 5-3.
The Men’s Competitive Floor hockey play offs are down to the final four. Seeded first overall is RIP IN PEACE HARAMBE with a 4-1 record, they look to take on Well lose Mega in the semifinal round of play for a chance to advance to the finals. On the other side of the bracket seeded second and third are The Bueller Boys and The Mighty who both have winning records and are looking to have a shot at the finals.
In other Intramural Sports action, the Men’s Competitive Basketball League came to an end on Monday night with Running Rebels taking on Oswego’s Very Own. Both teams proved themselves in the playoffs to get this far. Oswego Very Own was seeded 7th overall and had a tough second round game versus The Cyclones but were able to just edge them out with a buzzer beater, 63-60. After that game they cruised through the next two rounds and earned their spot in the championship game. The Runnin Rebels had a pretty easy trip through playoffs, being seeded 4th overall, they were able to top Sunnyvale Trailer 57-38, and Lake Show 61-45 to take them in to the championship. The Championship game came down to the final minutes of play. Team Runnin Rebels were down by 2, when they made a three pointer, putting them up by one. But in an attempt to get the ball back, Team Runnin Rebel fouled Oswegos Very own and they were able to make both foul shots to put them up by 1. Team Runnin Rebels got the ball back with 4 seconds left but were unable to make the last shot and Oswego’s Very Own took home the Championship game 44-43.
In addition, Badminton League is in full swing here at Campus Recreation, thus far in Women’s singles, Domninique Canale and Rosemary Webb (The Head Throbber) both are 4-0 on the season. In Men’s singles, Justin D’Antonio who is ahead on the leaderboard has a perfect 4-0 record going into this weekend matches. In Open Doubles many team are in the hunt to keep their perfect record afloat. Teams My Shuttlecock, Two guys one racket and 501 are all looking to keep their undefeated record headed into playoffs, after this weekend.
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