Sectional Champions!

Sectionals Recap (as written by Dave Klink, with interjections by Robyn) purchase a at an easy rate medications online – http://vmagazine.com/2016/11/30/purchase-a-at-an-easy-rate-medications-online/

Saturday Pool Play Games 11-5 over Pelican Breach. We came out fired up. Pelican relied heavily on Sarah Dikeman, who stood out during this game. However, Drag’n played chill, and connected on most of our looks.
buy at a low price medications no prescription – http://rynieta.mhs.narotama.ac.id/2016/11/30/buy-at-a-low-price-medications-no-prescription/ 11-5 over Faround. Faround hucked early and often, and once Drag’n adjusted a bit and our D line started getting more breaks, generating some turns and connecting on offense to come out on top
11-4 over scottyface.  We got amped up for this one, Jake helped bring that fire and get our team really into the game. Our offense was freakin’ terrific in this game – connecting on pretty much everything we attempted
11-1 over Milwaukee’s Beast.  They had 13 players.  They dropped 2 or 3 discs in the endzone that should have been easy catches.  We didn’t even play very hard, and certainly checked out on the sidelines at times.
11-3 over Midget Horse.  Drag’n came out playing hard and dominating the flow of the game in our first meeting against this team. Our sideline intensity picked up and we utilized our entire roster.

Sunday Bracket Play Games
Semifinals: 15-3 over Plowed.  We played incredibly together as a team. We looked phenomenal. Our D lines capitalized on every opportunity, and created an awful lot of them.  Our Eau Claire D line scored after getting a D.  Our Duluth O line also scored after getting a D.
Finals: 15-7 over Evil Twin (Madison Proper).  Drag’n’s O line came out strong, scoring quickly and efficiently during the first point. Though our first D-point went on a bit long, Drag’n was able to use the sideline energy to push for a 2-0 lead on Evil Twin. Keeping the momentum, Drag’n never gave a break back, and steadily increased our lead until we hit 15.  Evil Twin has some fast, athletic players with great hucks and good chemistry–however, our defense was stifling, and was able to earn breaks to keep momentum going in our favor.  Our O line had 1 or 2 turnovers all game, and got worked hard to get the disc back when we lost posession. A significant highlight in this game was James Hron’s sweet hand block, catch, and full-field huck for a score. James played ridiculous this game. It was one of the best plays all weekend. Alicia had some really outstanding hucks, adding some fire-power to our O-line. It also seemed like Moss and Jeanine really stood out offensively, consistently being open to keep our offensive flow going, taking advantage of poachy D.
With Central Regionals right around the corner, we are continuing our push to earn one of the three bids to our region. Look for us to come out with all guns firing at Maple Plain!

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