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PostSubject: WEEK 9 (FINAL)   Mon Dec 12, 2016 2:25 pm

For the second consecutive week the SC Cobras rallied on the final day, again winning by less than a single point. The Bluliners were this week's victim as the snakes netted just enough points on Sunday, winning their head-to-head match by 00.3.

SC Cobras: 51.2
Bluliners: 50.9

Down by a ton earlier in the week, the SC Cobras escaped with another comeback win, GM Murphy's charmed team now 6-3 for the season. The record leaves the Cobras one game back in the Domi division - the best, most competitive division in the league. The Bluliners meanwhile saw their record fall to 5-4, now two games back in the Probert.

Wild Ducks: 64.5
Ice Cats: 55.2

The Fat Lady avoided the embarassment of singing too early as the Wild Ducks held on to defeat the fast-charging Ice Cats. The best score of the week leaves GM Collard with a H2H record of 7-2. With the only winning record in the grim Grimson division, the Ducks are sitting on a three game lead. The Ice Cats were disappointed with the loss but the late influx of points has kept the Cats in Cup contention, now nestled in 5th place, 70.8 points back.

Ice Hogs: 46.9
Badger Bob: 42.4

The Ice Hogs improved to 7-2 by defeating Badger Bob, GM Henry's Probert division lead now two games. Sunday did however cut into the Hogs overall lead, the Misconducts clawing to within 13.3 points. The loss left Badger Bob with a record of 3-6, the second year franchise now four games back in the Grimson division.

Misconducts: 56.2
Polar Bears: 51.5

For the second week in a row all four Domi division teams were victorious. The Misconducts were one of those teams as they improved to 7-2; one game better than both the Central Red Army and SC Cobras. The Polar Bears sunk to 2-7, now five games behind the Grimson-leading Wild Ducks. Overall, the defending champion departed Week 9 in 10th place, 114.3 points back.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 62.2
Boulder Flyers: 40.5

Like those who have come before them, the Silicon Valley Slashers had no trouble with the Boulder Flyers, GM Murphy's team improving to 4-5. The mark leaves the Slashers a still distant three games back in the Domi. The Boulder Flyers are now 1-8 on the season, GM Morgan's Bad News Flyers six games behind the Probert division leader.

Central Red Army: 56.1
Between the Pipes: 40.3

By dispatching Between the Pipes, the Central Red Army improved to 6-3, good for second place in the Domi. Overall, the Army find themselves in 4th place, 67.8 points behind the first place Ice Hogs. In defeat, Between the Pipes slipped under .500, their H2H mark now 4-5. While they rest in second place in the Grimson, GM Miller's deficit is large, his team trailing the Wild Ducks by three games.

Polar Bears v. Boulder Flyers
SC Cobras v. Ice Hogs
Wild Ducks v. Misconducts
Central Red Army v. Silicon Valley Slashers
Ice Cats v. Badger Bob
Bluliners v. Between the Pipes

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