Team Wang and Team Hackett are well out in front in the league, but Week 7 showed just why that happens to be the case. Hackett came out on top again this week with 32 points and Wang was just behind with 48. Team Farber was 3rd with 103. Yes, you read that right. There was a full 55 point difference between 2nd and 3rd, but only 16 points between the top 2. Hackett and Wang had the top 5 boys on the week with Hackett's Victor Mugeche, Kevin Koester, and Christian Baker all being the three fastest of the week. Wang's top 2 Oaklee Hauschild and Nassim Oufattole were the next two fastest. Szabo's Harrison Brown was 6th, but Wang's Kolin Overstreet and Matyas Csiki-fejer were 7 and 8. Hackett's Blake Selm was 10th, just behind Hoffman/Rubin stud Chandler Gibbens. So Hackett and Wang both had 4 in the top 10 and the difference came down to Hackett's Tom Seitzer taking 18th, 7 places ahead of Wang's Andrew Connor. It was, in a word, a dominating week for these two teams as they made it very clear who the top two teams in the league are.
My week was solid, but another off week for Ryan Riddle hurt me once again. I also made a few moves to get some boys who I thought might benefit from a run on the McNair course, but it actually probably would have been more advantageous to stick with my Blue Springs boys... That'll learn me... Luckily, Easton Sabala and Ryan Flood picked me up this week so I actually did not take too hard of a hit by finishing 4th this week. I made a few more moves to get some boys who are heading to some fast courses this week and, after checking out COC-Large Schools results (hopefully coming to the site soon), I think I will be looking good in Week 8.
Major trade alert: Crowe and Farber decided to essentially deal their entire teams. Here are the trades that went down Tuesday:
Crowe trades Pat Hetlage to Farber for Nolan Dick- Crowe drops Nolan Dick and picks up Chase Ratliff- Weubleau (7:38 AM)Crowe trades Mark Veneable Isaac Stout Caleb Cornelius Mason Gaines Trenton Wells Cole Cooper Chase Ratliff to Farber for Thomas Nield Andrew Lofgren Zach Grover Zane Yates Nick Warmann Cerow Aligab (11:17 AM)
One final move was made by Team Crowe to even out the rosters, but Hackett, unable to fully process what had just happened, accidentally submitted a lineup that may or may not keep him from repeating in Week 8:
Starting lineup: Jack Wildman, The Wiley Russian Veteran, Vito Busman, Bob Buttley, Screech Moneybags Pennypacker the third, Stick, and Stormy McGillicuddy. (2:00 PM)
Here are the results from Week 7:
|8||Matyas Csiki- fejer||16.21.6||WANG|
|10||Blake Selm||16.24.6||HACKETT||OVERALL SCORES|
Here are the updated lineups with italics indicating new additions to the roster: