Great game last night between two teams who have played each other several times before, and so what more do you expect than a good old fashioned barn burner. Here’s just SOME of the things that happened in the game:
This person was a huge beast on D. She got a really awesome D from behind on a throw right near the end zone.
This person had two fabulous hucks to this person.
This person footblocked, AND also handblocked this person.
But to be fair, this person also completely ran past this old person for an easy score. It was on a fantastic huck from this person.
We were without this person who moved from Dumbledore’s Army to Marshall during the season.
This person did so many good things for Marshall, I feel like she deserves her own post.
This person fed things to people at the bar. Very seductively. And then got other people to do it too. And now it’s a thing.
This person pulled a hammy and had to come out of the game. And kept walking on it even though it really hurt.
This person came off the disabled list and suited up right around half-time and played like he was never injured at all.
This person showed up even though he was sick. But I guess he thought he wasn’t sick. But then he got sick again, and had to leave.
This person was playing in her second game of the season for Marshall, thus qualifying her for the tournament. Booya!!! She had a great D earlier in the game. But also a little later got D’d by this person on a huck attempt.
This person showed up even though he’s in a sling and can’t play. Props.
This person had an incredible lay out D late in the game. What else is new?
This person said she hates the sound of her own voice when she yells.
This person had a really splendid huck. But I can’t remember who it was to.
This person did a rousing crowd pleasing dance at the bar.
That’s all the things I can remember right now.
But fortunately, here’s more things from the Dumbledore’s Army GroupMe:
I think the 10 hearts sums that up.
|March 7, 2018||12:00 am||Winter League||2018|
|Rancho Cienega Recreation Center|