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PostSubject: WEEK 7 (FINAL)   WEEK 7 (FINAL) EmptyMon Nov 19, 2018 12:14 pm

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The SC Cobras are the King of the FHL jungle, an 11.0 point Sunday launching the franchise past three teams, GM Murphy’s surging snakes set to begin Week 8 as the very best team in the league.

SC Cobras: 59.6
Vegas Vipers: 56.9
A furious last-day rally fell disappointedly short of a much-needed win, a league-best 24.0 point Sunday dropping the Vegas Vipers 2.7 points behind their opponent. As such the Vipers have now lost five consecutive matches, the team seated 3 games behind the Grimson division leader. The SC Cobras improved to 3-4 with the hard-fought win, the team curiously still under .500 even though they have scored more total points any team in the league.

Ice Cats: 39.0
Misconducts: 27.0
The Ice Cats blitzed the Misconducts on Sunday, a 12.0 point performance providing GM Cutshall with his 3rd win of the season. The team however remains in the Probert division basement, two games back. The Misconducts lost for just the second time, the team stumbling to 5-2. The good news however is that no other Domi division team has a winning record, GM Smalley still sitting on a 2 game lead.

Boulder Flyers: 47.1
Central Red Army: 43.0
The Boulder Flyers held on to defeat the Central Red Army, the Probert division leader improving to 5-2. Their lead over the Bluliners still a single game. The Army tumbled to 3-4, last years H2H champion still two games back of the best of the Domi, tied with no less than three other teams.

Concussion Junction: 61.1
Wild Ducks: 36.9

If anyone followed Morganwigge’s advice to “bet on the Wild Ducks if you need money for Christmas shopping” they will likely be doing their shopping at the Salvation Army this year, Concussion Junction defying the odds by pounding the Ducks, GM Brendan’s week-best team improving to 3-4. The Ducks lost but their H2H record remains impressive at 5-2, the squad one game better than the rest of the Grimson.

Badger Bob: 42.1
Polar Bears: 39.4
The Polar Bears had nothing left in their tank on Sunday as they were handed their 5th loss of the season, the team and their 2-5 mark now seated 3 games back in the Grimson division. Badger Bob improved to 4-3 with the crucial victory, last years H2H runner-up now just one game behind the Grimson division leader.

Bluliners: 40.6
Ice Hogs: 38.5

The Bluliners caught and passed the Ice Hogs on the final day of the week, GM Hamilton’s squad improving to 4-3, a record that places them one game behind the Probert-leading Boulder Flyers. The Ice Hogs slumped to 3-4, GM Henry’s pigs now two games back in the Probert, tied with the also 3-4 Ice Cats.

Ice Cats v. Bluliners
Ice Hogs v. Wild Ducks
Badger Bob v. Central Red Army
Concussion Junction v. Polar Bears
Boulder Flyers v. SC Cobras
Misconducts v. Vegas Vipers

LINK: Standings­­
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