Kickball Standings

Kickball - Sundays (Late Spring '18)

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Drinkers With a Kicking Problem photo First Place Trophy

Kickball - Sundays (Late Spring '18)
Champs

 
  Drinkers With a Kicking Problem

Walk-Off Winner!

"Drinkers With a Kicking Problem" is our latest Sunday Kickball champion, winning both of their playoff games in dramatic fashion. In their first game of the night our champs were taken to extra innings by the #4 seeded "Pitches Be Crazy" in what ended as a 6-5 win. The heart attacks wouldn't end their though.

In the championship game things looked all but over as "Recreational Hazard" entered the bottom of the 6th inning with a 4-0 lead. "Drinkers With a Kicking Problem" had trouble just getting base runners in the league final and things were pretty bleak. However, our champs dug deep and one by one started stringing kicks and runs together. Eventually they would snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, coming all the way back to take the game with a walk-off winner.

Congrats to "Drinkers With a Kicking Problem" on their unbelievable wins last night and we hope they celebrated as their team name suggests.

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Recreational Hazard photo
Second Place Trophy

Kickball - Sundays (Late Spring '18)
Second Place

Recreational Hazard

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  Team Wins Losses Draws Point
Diff
Ranking
Points
1
 
  Drinkers With a Kicking Problem
9 0 1 47 19
2
 
  The Fighting Fritos
6 (1)º 3 0 15 12
3
 
  Recreational Hazard
5 4 1 -2 11
4
 
  Pitches Be Crazy
3 5 1 -9 7
5
 
  Pitch Please
2 (1)º 6 0 -17 4
6
 
  The Epic Ones
0 7 (2)º 1 -34 -1
How are Standings Calculated?
Winners receive 2 points, each team in a tie receives 1 point, and losers receive 0 points. If you forfeit, you lose a point, so don't forfeit!

In case of a tie in Ranking Points, the following stats are used:
Point Differential, then head to head, then record against Common Opponents.
º Forfeits
Parenthesized numbers indicate wins or losses by forfeit.
When calculating Ranking Points, forfeits may be weighted differently than normal wins and losses.