Saturday, April 21, 2007

Weekend Open Thread - April 21/22

Its a big weekend guys....

Starting on Saturday...

Starting on Sunday...

Any and all results, if you have em post em, if you hear about em, post the rumors...

(something tells me this thread is going to have a few comments... 11 tournaments, 129 teams all on one weekend, this bodes very well for the future of the high school scene)

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

you forgot the longmeadow invitational with needham and amherst

Anonymous said...

no he didnt, they never put their tournament online.

Anonymous said...

yes they did...
http://upa.org/scores/tourn.cgi?div=17&id=3572

Anonymous said...

touche, looks like all of the above are 2 day tourney, perhaps he was just looking at the April 21st date.

god there are a lot of tournaments this weekend

McCabe said...

reports from Hip Hop of Prep going 4-0

Anonymous said...

CHS B made it to the finals beating CB east in the semis on universe

Anonymous said...

uh, that was chs b in the division III finals. taking second in that division is something like 14th overall out of 18 teams.

McCabe said...

all the hip hop scores are online now

DI: Pennsbury over Princeton 13-5
DII: Prep over Haverford 13-3
DIII: Ohara over Columbia B 12-9

Anonymous said...

How come the crossover challenge says YHB X rather than their normal name? Anyone know? COngrats on the tourney win though

Anonymous said...

YHB was missing a lot of players because of a school music trip, so we had a smaller squad at the Crossover Challange. We had a couple of our girls play with us and other non-regulars got a lot of playing time.

Iv Neov
YHB Ultimate

Anonymous said...

Anybody have any scores for the Longmeadow Invite?

McCabe said...

how about madison mud bath? anyone have scores there?

Anonymous said...

Props to CHS B. They went from losing to teams like Scarsdale in the fall to placing well and sometimes winning tournaments. What a turnaround!

Anonymous said...

Updates on Longmeadow invite
Nipmuc loses all three of its pool play games. 13-5 to Watchung Hills, 11-8 against Amherst JVA and 13-1 against Needham

vatz said...

Hampton beats Mt. Lebanon in finals of the Pine-Richland Classic, 13-10

Justin Burdett said...

Boiling Springs defeats State College HS (first time State College has lost against a CPHUL team since the founding of the league) 15-13 in an exciting final of the Central Pennsylvania High School Ultimate League. Boiling Springs will recieve CPHUL's automatic bid to Pennsylvania HS States, while State College may recieve a bid depending on the number of bid allocations per league (to come out sometime soon).

Anonymous said...

Needham lost to the Canes in the finals of longmeadow invite.

Anonymous said...

At Mudbath it was Cretin-Durham Hall winning, with Denver East in 2ed. Hopkins got 9th I believe.

Anonymous said...

Watchung Hills loses to Needham 9-10 by hard cap.
Watchung Hills wins also 13-5 over Nipmuc and 13-10 over Amherst JV A

Anonymous said...

Denver East swept second (YCC, anyone?), Cretin took Open and Hopkins won Womens decisively. Spirit went to Team Ill in Open and Woodward in Womens. Great weekend, all in all.

Anonymous said...

Teams like Pennsbury and Columbia dominated Watchung Hills. How was it so close with Needham?

Anonymous said...

i wouldnt worry too much about it

Anonymous said...

I find 15-6 loss to Amherst more surprising

Lu said...

every tourney/game we've played this season, we have been missing atleast 2 starting line players and many supporting players. im not trying to make excuses for our losses, but missing key players really affected our playing. at longmeadow, we had our main core 10 players.

lu wang
watchung hills

McCabe said...

watchung hills is also one of the few teams that has already submitted a highlight reel to the contest already.

they are on their way to taking home 100% of all the prizes... very sweet prizes. (announcement coming soon....)

brian li said...

We were surprised also at how well we were playing against Needham. Needham WAS missing Andrew Lunetta one of their star players, but then again maybe working our asses off paid off a bit.

brian li
watchung hills