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The members of Patriot Flyball have been participating in NAFA® flyball tournaments since the year 2000, when Lorraine Messier joined Canine Mastery Jumpmasters and Cindy Henderson formed the Weston Whirlwinds. Over the years Lorraine and Cindy were both competitors and friends, so when Lorraine formed her own club in 2019 it seemed natural that the two clubs should join forces.

The mission of the club is, above all, to have fun with our canine companions while training to be the best we can be and exhibiting good sportsmanship.

The Weston Whirlwinds Hurricanes (Gehrig, Henna, Remi, and Zak) were the 2018 CanAm Multibreed Division 4 Champions.

Regular Team Best Time (Patriot Flyball): 16.420 seconds, November 2021 (Winchester, Henry, Maris, and GG, jumping 8 inches).

Multibreed Team Best Time (Weston Whirlwinds): 18.479 seconds, November 2012 (Mattingly, Eika, Addie, and Zak, jumping 9 inches).

Open Team Best Time (Patriot Flyball): 16.434 seconds, September 2019 (Cedar, Gehrig, GG, and Thor, jumping 7 inches).

About Flyball

Flyball is a relay race for teams of dogs in which each of the four dogs on a team must run down a 51 foot course, jump four hurdles, trigger a "box" which releases a tennis ball, and return back over the hurdles with the ball. Each dog must run in turn and may not cross the start line before the previous dog has returned.

Races occur between pairs of teams running on parallel courses and are electronically timed; sometimes races are decided by as little as one thousandth of a second.

A fast-paced sport open to dogs of all sizes and breeds, Flyball is unique among dog sports in that it is truly a team sport - all the dogs on the team as well as their handlers must work together in order for the team to be successful.

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Greenfield Derby 2023

Patriot Flyball Offense placed 3rd in Regular 1, while Defense place 1st in Regular 2, Special Teams placed 4th in Open 1, and Rookies broke out and did not place in Open 2 at the umpteenth running of the Greenfield Derby, April 29-30 at the Franklin County Fairgrounds in Greenfield, MA.

Posting a best time of 16.973, Offense (Cedar, Maris, Henry, Quinn, with backup by Rocky) started the tournament strong, winning their first three races but then fading in the standings as their (faster) opponents pulled things together. They fought the good fight, though, forcing three races to five heats and winning the last one of those five-heat races to snatch the 3rd place finish.

Defense (Revel, Gehrig, Violet, and Nixx) started out ragged, splitting the first two races with their opponents and having problems with early passes and early starts. But they soon settled down, winning 18 of the next 20 heats and easily outpacing the rest of the division. They had some problems in their second-to-last race, posting three no-finishes in a row, but pulled it together once again to put together a perfect 4-win last race.

Special Teams (Winchester, Stori, Rocky, and Kep, with emergency backup by Henna) also had some problems at the beginning of the tournament, but also managed to settle down and put in a respectable showing. They were, however, totally outclassed by their competition, posting a best time of 18.148 seconds against teams running in the 15 second range. They were neck and neck fighting for last place with Roughin' It Happy Campers until the last race, when they were only able to take one of the four heats and ended up in 4th place.

Rookies (Victor, Snitch, Thor, Dezie, Phantom, with backup by Quinn) were the surprise of the tournament, posting a best time of 16.889 seconds and breaking out 11 times. As a result they didn't place, but they had a good time and it was a good experience for the rookies Victor, Snitch, and Dezie.

Of special note: Junior Handler Marissa did a great job running Kep in the NAFA debut for both of them, working through some ball dropping issues and by the end of the tournament giving Kep some really tight passes. Also, Junior Handler Eija ran Nixx (almost) all by herself. Great job!


Pictures of the tournament can be seen here.

Spring Fling 2023

Patriot Flyball fielded 3 teams at the 2023 Spring Fling tournament, April 15-16 at the Dover Ice Arena in Dover, NH. The tournament was organized as two one-day events, so there were two sets of results.

On Saturday, Patriot Flyball Offense placed 1st in Regular 1, while Special Teams placed 1st in Open 2 and Defense placed 2nd in Open 3. On Sunday, Offense place 2nd in Regular 1, while Special Teams placed 1st in Open 2 and Defense placed 2nd in Open 3.

Offense (Cedar, Maris, Henry, Stori, and Rocky) ran very well on Saturday, posting a best time of 17.082 (Cedar, Maris, Henry, Stori) and winning the first 11 of their 16 heats on the day. Stori was brought in for one heat at the beginning of the second race, and then did so well that she was brought back full time for the last two races. On Sunday Quinn took Stori's place; the team once again ran well but came up against some stiff competition in the form of Mass Chaos Big Bang and ended up in second place.

Special Teams (Thor, Quinn, Victor, Snitch, and Rocky on Saturday; Thor, Victor, Snitch, Phantom, and Rocky on Sunday) featured the NAFA debuts of Victor and Snitch who did extremely well both days. The team won 11 of their 16 heats on Saturday and 12 of 16 heats on Sunday, easily taking first place both days.

Defense (Revel, Gehrig, Violet, and Nixx) was the only team that had the same lineup all weekend. They had some really tight, fun races against BARK Off, ultimately ending up just slightly slower and two heats short on each day.


Pictures of the tournament can be seen here.

2nd Annual Shamrock Shenanigans

Patriot Flyball Rookie Edge placed 2nd in Standard 3 while Draft Pick placed 1st in Standard 4 at the 2nd Annual Shamrock Shenanigans tournament, March 18-19 at Gemini Dogs in Littleton, MA.

In a tournament that featured green dogs, green handlers, and green box loaders, both Rookie Edge (Stori, Quinn, Dezie, and Snitch) and Draft Pick (Thor, Phantom, Victor, Nixx, and Winchester) rose to the challenge in impressive fashion. Rookie Edge posted a best time of 17.345 on their second day of racing, while Draft Pick broke out at 19.164 (with Winchester running in start) but held on to capture the first place finish.

Notable achievements included:

1st Annual Storm Warning Tournament

Patriot Flyball Offense placed 1st in Regular 1 while Special Teams placed 1st in Open 3 at the First Annual Storm Warning Tournament, March 11-12 at the Syrcacuse Obedience Training Club in Syracuse, NY.

This being Syracuse in March, weather-related issues are always a distinct possiblity, and this year was no exception - snow (thankfully light) started falling Friday evening and lasted through the day Saturday, with temperatures falling into the teens by Sunday morning. So the team had to deal with slippery roads and frozen car doors - just enough to keep things interesting and remind us that it was, indeed, still winter.

Both teams were trying out the new flat-faced Flyball box, and the first few races were a bit of a struggle for both the boxloaders and the dogs. Offense (Cedar, Maris, Henry, and Stori with cameo appearances by Rocky) started out with two no-finishes and a fault rerun, while Special Teams (Revel, Gehrig, Violet, Nixx, and Rocky) started with a no-finish and a fault rerun. But both teams settled down and the mechanical issues with the box were eventually straightened out; after that it was just a matter of making sure the teams finished strong.

Offense ran a best time of 17.046 seconds and had some very exciting races, especially against FBI Law, with two of the three best-of-five races between the two teams going to five heats. The fight for first place in the division was not decided until their third meeting in the final race of the tournament, which Offense won 3 heats to 1 in a very decisive fashion.

Special Teams pretty much dominated their opponents once they got the box figured out. They only had one race where they lost more heats than they won, and in that race they broke out, posting a time of 19.880 seconds in the third heat of the race (breakout was 19.9).

Many thanks to our boxloaders Dave, Eleanor, and Tom for putting up with and dealing with the new box. Thanks also to Junior Handler Linnea for running Nixx and Stori. Congratulations to Rocky for earning his FMCh title and to Revel for a new personal best time of 3.925 in start.

Pictures of the tournament can be seen here.

Flyball MAINEia 2022

Patriot Flyball Offense placed 1st in Regular 1, Defense placed 3rd in Regular 1, Special Teams placed 6th in Open 1, and the Gridiron Gang placed 1st in Open 2 at the 15th running of Flyball MAINEia, November 5-6 at the Boothbay Region YMCA, Boothbay Harbor, ME.

With the club down one dog due to a last minute scratch, Maris and Revel were called upon to run time and a half to plug the gap, with Dillon filling in the remaining slots. Even though the club was spread thin for the second tournament in a row, everyone once again performed admirably.

Offense (Ceday, Maris, Henry, Revel, and Dillon) found themselves running against Defense (Winchester, Gehrig, Quinn, Nixx, and Poison) in Regular 1. With Maris and Revel switching out with Dillon so they could fill in on the Gridiron Gang, and with Poison attempting to get her first NAFA points, both teams faced challenges in terms of maintaining consistency, and both teams rose to the challenge. In a division that featured lots of fast close racing including a thrilling final race against Ruff Enuff that ended up 2 all, Offense took first place with a total of 21 heats won overall to Ruff Enuff's 19 heats and Defense's 18 heats. In the process Offense ran a best time of 16.820 and Defense helped Poison earn her FD title.

Special Teams (Thor, Rocky, Violet, and Zak) was the most consistent team, posting an 82.5% clean-heat rate across a grueling 10 race schedule. Unfortunately because of the team reshuffling they ended up being totally outclassed by the other teams in their division, ultimately falling to 6th place. But they all had a good time running and in the process helped Zak earn his 40K title and a well-deserved retirement.

The Gridiron Gang (Arizona and Scarlet from ROC flight, Wicked with backup from Henna, and Maris and Revel rotating in from Offense) had the roughest time of all the teams but also were surprisingly successful, taking first place in their division, helping Scarlet earn her FGDCh-50 title, and giving Wicked more valuable time in the lanes. One intesting note is that Scarlet along with Arizona and Henna were part of the team that helped Addie reach 50k points at the 2019 Shark Rush Fully Loaded tournament.

Many thanks to Junior Handler Linnea for running Nixx and Gehrig and for taking a shot at boxloaing, to Eija for ball shagging, to April for being an excellent baby sitter, and to the V-bros Valentino and Vincenzo for being so cute.


Pictures of the tournament can be found here. A video of the tournament can be seen here. Video shorts can be seen here and here and here.

CanAm 2022

In an exciting finish to a very busy weekend of racing, Patriot Flyball Defense made it to the Regular Division 7 finals of the 2022 CanAm Classic Flyball tournament, October 7-8-9 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, Indiana.

In a first for the club, three teams were running on Saturday and Sunday - Offense in Regular, Defense also in Regular, and Special Teams in Open 6. This promised to make for a very tight schedule with almost no down time between races. In addition, two dogs (and two handlers) had to be scratched from the lineup just one month before the tournament. Luckily we were able to recruit two dogs for Special Teams and shuffle things around a little bit, but we were definitely not running according to the original plan.

Offense (Cedar, Maris, Henry, and Revel, with Stori filling in part time on Saturday) was the only team not affected by the changes. Running in the Regular 6 division on Saturday, this was the same team that ran at the AKC Invitational in May. The dogs quickly dropped into a rhythm, running very cleanly all day Saturday and punching out a best time of 17.462. This unfortunately pushed them into the bottom of the Regular 2 division for Sunday, and although on Sunday they ran very well all day they were simply outclassed by the competition.

Special Teams had two different incarnations. The Friday version running in Open 8 (Arrow, Cedar, Revel, Maris, Stori, and Dillon) lived up to its billing as "Special", featuring an all Power Tripp lineup in one race (Arrow, Revel, Maris, and Stori) that broke out 3 times. The Saturday and Sunday version running in Open 6 (Arrow, Quinn, Rocky, Henna, Stori, and Dream) ended up in the middle of their division on Saturday and in a three-way tie for first place on Sunday, ultimately taking first place in the division on the second tiebreaker. In the process the team helped Henna earn her Iron Dog title and also gave Stori valuable tournament experience.

Defense (Winchester, Gehrig, Violet, and Nixx) was the story of the tournament. With a team best time of 20.530 on Saturday, they ended up seeded at the top of the Regular 7 division on Sunday. During the round robin portion they handily defeated all of their competition and made it to the finals, where they ultimately fell to BC Boomerangs and ended up in second place.

All in all this was a very satisfying, if tiring, CanAm. The dogs who were just beginning to race one year ago are settling into being solid tournament performers, and all of the hard work everyone has been putting in during the pandemic is bearing fruit. The green dogs got their chance to show what they can do in the chaos and confusion of such a large tournament, and the older dogs once more got a chance to do the thing they love to do.

Many thanks to Sarah from Flyball MAINEiacs for flying down to Indianapolis to run Arrow with us, and for Dawn from Celtic Mayhem for loaning us Dream for the weekend. Many thanks also to Junior Handlers Linnea, Eija, and April for running Quinn and Nixx and for ball shagging, and for the V Bros for just being there and for Carlos for being such a great dad and April for being such a great sister.

Kudos to Tom for being a CanAm head judge, for being an APES judge in the CanAm and Classic finals races, and for all the work measuring dogs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday mornings.

Titles earned:

Pictures of the tournament can be seen here (Day 1), here (Day 2), and here (Day 3).

A video of the tournament can be seen here.

The official photographers for the tournament were:

Endless Summer 2022

Patriot Flyball Offense placed first in Regular 1, Defense placed second in Regular 1, Special Teams placed fourth in Open 1, and the Gridiron Gang placed fifth in Open 1 at our own Endless Summer tournament, September 10-11 at Canine New England in Walpole, MA.

In another small 10 team tournament, with Patriot Flyball supplying 4 of those teams and with the club down one dog because of an injury, things were a bit hectic at times. But with Henna and Dillon both reactivated from semi-retirement, and with Thor and Revel doing some double running, the tournament ran very smoothly and all the teams managed to run respectably.

Offense (Cedar, Maris, Henry, and Revel) and Defense (Thor, Gehrig, Quinn, and Nixx with a cameo by Phantom) fought it out for first place in the division. Offense was the faster team but Defense held their own, ending up Saturday down by only one heat on the day. But on Sunday Offense settled down and pulled away, ultimately taking first place with 30 heats won over to Defense's 23 heats. Offense ended up with a best time of 16.973 while Defense posted a best time of 18.998.

Special Teams (Arrow, Rocky, Violet, and Dillon, with Thor and Revel filling in for Arrow on Saturday and for Dillon on Sunday) had some rough going at times but also had some exciting racing, particularly on Sunday when they squeaked out a 19.540 to 19.569 victory against Ready, Set, Ruckus Scorcher in the fourth heat of their race.

The Gridiron Gang (Winchester, Phantom, Zak, Wicked, Stori, and Henna) was the team-building team. With the core of Winchester, Phantom, and Zak as an anchor and Henna filling in as needed, Wicked was able to get some more solid runs, while Stori ran solid warmups and made her Flyball debut with some very impressive runs.

Items of note:

Special mentions go out to junior handlers Linnea, who ran Nixx on Saturday, and Peyton, who ran Gehrig on Saturday, and to the V-bros, who attended their very first Flyball tournament.

Thanks to everyone who brought food for the pot luck lunches, and especially to Nancy for the egg rolls and the broccoli slaw.

Many thanks to Arrow (and Sarah) from Flyball MAINEiacs for running with us on Sunday. We're sorry you couldn't be there both days but we'll take what we can get.

Many thanks also to Nancy for once again running the table, always with a smile on your face. You're the best!

Pictures of the tournament can be seen here.

Carleton County 2022

Patriot Flyball sent a small contingent across the border to New Brunswick to run with the Flyball MAINEiacs at the 2022 Carleton County Pawtatoes tournament, August 27-28 at the Northern Carleton Civic Center in Bristol-Florenceville, NB. With Revel running in Open 1 on Shut the Front Door and Rocky running in Open 2 on What the Fuzz in a grueling 6-races-each-day schedule, both dogs comported themselves well, earning their FMX titles and in general being a credit to the club.

It was nice to see some of our New Brunswick friends after such a long absence, and especially nice to watch Taz finally reach 100,000 points. Many thanks to Rebeccah and the MAINEiacs for letting us run with you!

Pictures of the tournament can be seen here and here.

Welcome to Zoomland 2022

In their first international foray since 2019, Patriot Flyball Offense placed first in Regular division 2 at the 2022 Welcome to Zoomland tournament, July 16-17 at the Caledonia Fairgrounds in Caledonia, ON.

The trip to Caledonia began inauspiciously when one of the dogs (Quinn) got injured, and then when 2 adults, 3 teens, and a 5 year old hopped into a camper with 5 dogs and started to drive to the tournament they got about 30 feet before getting totally stuck in the driveway. Luckily they were able to empty the camper, push it up the driveway, turn it around, and head out for their great adventure.

Once in Caledonia they met up with the New York contingent and ended up having an awesome weekend racing, playing frisbee, shooting glow-in-the-dark arrows, making s'mores, eating ice cream, and playing lots of Kubb.

Offense (Henry, Gehrig, Maris, and Nixx) ran well and posted a best time of 18.758, taking first place in the division and, in the process, earning Nixx his FMX title

We owe a big thank you to Amanda of Mass Chaos for helping us set up the camper and for taking the teenagers food shopping. Also thank you to Steve of Mass Chaos for running Henry in a couple of races and to Fire & Ice for letting Violet run on their Open team. Thank you and congratulations to Junior Handlers Peyton (running Gehrig on Offense and Arizona on ROC Flight's Saison), Linnea (running Nixx), and Keely (boxloader), and of course many thanks to our ace ball shagging team of Eija and Ginny.

Fun In The Sun 2022

Patriot Flyball Defense placed first in Regular 1, Offense placed second in Regular 1, Special Teams placed second in Open 1, and the Gridiron Gang placed first in Open 2 at our own Fun In The Sun tournament, June 18-19 at Gemini Dogs in Littleton, MA.

Offense (Cedar, Gehrig, Henry, and Zak) and Defense (Thor, GG, Quinn, and Nixx) basically duked it out for first place the entire tournament. Offense was slightly faster, posting a best time of 18.193 vs. 18.490 for Defense, but Defense was slightly more consistent, winning 29 heats against Offense's 24 heats. It was definitely all hands on deck when both teams raced each other, but it also definitely made for some exciting racing.

Special Teams (Revel, Winchester, Maris, and Violet) were up against some tough competition in Mass Chaos' Onion Rings, who were faster than the Patriot Flyball team (16.076 seconds overall best time) and just consistent enough to end up on top of the division. Revel ran in start because she had been having problems passing Maris in practice, so Winchester (ably handled by Carlos, on loan from Vanessa) moved to the second slot. Revel apparently liked running in start as she posted a new personal best of 3.906; the team overall just barely missed hitting 17 seconds, posting an overall best time of 18.038 seconds.

The Gridiron Gang (Rhys, Axl, Rocky, and Wicked with backup by Arizona) also ran very well. Wicked got in some solid runs, earning her FDCh-S, while Arizona (handled by Junior Handler Peyton) did admirably in her backup role for Wicked. The team was faster than its competition (posting an overall best time of 19.109 seconds) and managed to win just one more heat than the second place finisher - a little bit anxiety-generating at the end but enough to do the job.

The weather overall was good - just some rain overnight Saturday night into Sunday morning and cool, with temperatures in the 60s both Saturday and Sunday. The air conditioning at Gemini Dogs was definitely appreciated during setup on Friday, when temperatures were in the 80s.

The tournament itself ran fairly smoothly, except for some hiccups at the start. First, the jumps - the team had ordered a new set of 30" jumps for the tournament, and the manufacturer sent the wrong order - only enough bases and slats for one lane instead of two. Luckily Fire & Ice had a set of 30" jumps on site and graciously offered to loan them to us for the tournament. Second, the lights kept acting up, failing to flag early passes and generally acting flakey. Ultimately we discovered that some of the batteries in one of the poles were melting; once these were replaced the lights started working properly again.

A lot of effort went into making the tournament a success, and we owe a lot of thanks to a lot of people, including Nancy, who along with Keely and Ciara did a great job of running the table; Junior Handlers Keely, Peyton, Alex, Seb, and Linnea, who did great jobs running Gehrig, Nixx, and Arizona; Lisa and Courtney, who loaned us Rhys, Axl, and Arizona; and everyone else who helped us during setup and cleanup and during the tournament itself. Thanks also to Mass Chaos for supplying the mats and for helping us with getting them back into the trailer. It was truly a group effort and we appreciate everyone's help.

Pictures of the tournament can be seen here. A video of the tournament can be seen here.

2022 AKC Flyball Dog Challenge Invitational

Patriot Flyball placed 4th in the AKC Flyball Dog Challenge, May 21-22 at the Cabarrus Arena & Events Center in Concord, NC. This invitational event, the first of its kind, was broadcast on ESPN2 on June 25 and featured teams from High Velocity, Celtic Mayhem, Fur Fun, DogGoneFast, Mass Chaos, Spring Loaded, Some Ruff Competition, and Patriot Flyball.

For Saturday, the teams were divided into two pools of 4 teams each, and each pool competed in a single round robin tournament (3 races for each team in a 5 of 5 format). The placements in these tournaments were used to set the seeding for Sunday's single elimination tournament. Patriot Flyball (Cedar, Maris/Gehrig, Henry, and Revel) raced against DogGoneFast, Some Ruff Competition, and High Velocity; their races included an exciting come-from-behind victory that gave them enough tournament points to put them in third place for the day and giving them the 6th seed overall.

The Sunday single elimination tournament was set up in a more traditional 3 of 5 format, and the racing day began very auspiciously for the team. Running against 3rd seed DogGoneFast, Patriot Flyball managed a 5-heat upset win by being just a little more consistent, and by being able to rerun their dogs more quickly, than their opponents.

This put them in the semifinal round against High Velocity, who they had raced on Saturday. High Velocity had been having problems with dropped balls, but they had swapped out for an older, slower, but more reliable dog and ended up taking the race 3 heats to 0.

This dropped Patriot Flyball to the consolation round for third place against Fur Fun. After pair of dropped balls by Fur Fun in the 2nd heat, Patriot Flyball knotted the race at one all but Fur Fun settled down and ultimately took the race, and third place, by 3 heats to 1. Patriot Flyball ran a perfect race with no errors but were just not fast enough to move up in the standings.

Overall this tournament was an interesting experience. There was all the work that went into the TV production, plus there was lots that didn't make it into the final broadcast - including fairly long delays between each heat while the announcers did an instant replay/analysis of the previous heat. But ultimately it was about the Flyball, and we feel very privileged to have been able to watch, and participate in, some really good racing.

Given that Patriot Flyball attended this event with only 4 handlers and a box loader, we are very grateful for the help we received from the other Flyball clubs - in particular everyone from Mass Chaos who helped us with props and boxes and pass calling. We couldn't have done it without you! Also many thanks to Junior Handler Linnea for making the trip down to help us.

Pictures of the event can be seen here and here.

Greenfield Derby 2022

Patriot Flyball Offense placed second in Regular 1, while Defense placed first in Regular 2 and Special Teams placed first in Open 2 at the 2022 running of the Greenfield Derby, April 30 - May 1 at the Franklin County Fairgrounds in Greenfield, MA.

In the first running of this tournament in three years, all three teams comported themselves very well. Offense (Cedar, Gehrig, Henry, and Revel with a cameo by Maris) ran very consistently, posting a best time of 16.747 and slipping into second place only on the tiebreaker. Defense (Thor, GG, Quinn, Nixx, Zak, and Wicked) was also very consistent, posting a best time of 18.339 and giving Wicked a chance to earn her FDX and FDCh titles. Special Teams (Winchester, Maris, Rocky, and Violet with warmups by Poison) dominated their division, handily winning first place while they still had two races left in the tournament. All in all it was a very satisfying weekend.

Items of note were the gorgeous weather (a little windy on Friday night and Saturday, but no rain for the first time that anyone could remember), Henna coming out of retirement to run part time on BARK's for-fun veterans team, the box malfunction during the first race (it just needed a little lubrication on one of the plungers), and the mystery of the pineapple top.

Pictures of the tournament can be seen here.

Spring Fling 2022

Patriot Flyball Special Teams placed first in Open 2, while Offense placed second in Regular 1 and Defense placed second in Regular 2 at the 2022 edition of the Spring Fling Flyball tournament, April 9-10 at the Dover Ice Arena in Dover, NH. After a hiatus of three years it was wonderful to once again be running at this venue, one of our favorites.

Special Teams (Cedar, Maris, Rocky, and Nixx, with Thor and Revel as backups) were the stars of the show, easily outpacing their opponents and locking down first place before the final race of the tournament. Since Cedar was unable to be at the tournament on Saturday, Thor and Revel pulled double duty, running in start for Cedar in addition to their slots on Offense. Both dogs ran admirably; Revel in particular was very steady in her first ever assignment as start dog.

Offense (Thor, GG, Henry, and Revel with backup by Rocky and Maris and warmups by Wicked) ran very well the entire tournament. Rocky and Maris were thrown into the mix to relieve Thor and Revel, who were pulling double duty on Special Teams on Saturyday; despite the churn the team ran very consistently even though they were outclassed by their competition by almost a full second. Gotta keep them honest! Wicked did warmup runs during the entire tournament and looked very good.

Defense (Gehrig, Quinn, Violet, and Zak) were a bit on the ragged side, but settled down enough to pull out a solid second place in their division. This was the "all lefties" team - all the dogs and the boxloader were left handed. That doesn't happen very often!

Titles and other milestones:

Pictures of the tournament can be seen here.

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