There’s a certain energy required when playing at Lake Fairfax. Normally a destination for playoff elite, this location is one of the furthest fields not just to arrive to, but also to park for. Anyone who gets stuck parking down the hill knows what I’m talking about. So, reaching Lake Fairfax is an accomplishment in itself.
A pared down Sludge accomplished to work very hard in the first half versus an amped up Hi Voltage squad. Too many non-goaly turnovers were misrepresented as excavating for underground power lines. And again, as in previous weeks, a certain Ohm would have been a nice addition to assist goal line connections. aaaaauuuuummmmm
Sludge D was consistent with an MJ-led pesky cup. Zone-turned-person D turbined to provide Sludge appropriate utility. Andrew opined: “That was key to us pulling away for the victory.” Joe cheered “Clap On!”
At 8-7, Sludge metered for a more powerful second half.
Alternating current, Sludge generated a 9-2 run. Brown really showed their energy efficiency by forcing the other team to rush their throws into turnovers and using the entire field space on O. After a knock down by NICH, the HiVo thrower was overhead saying: “"Sorry, I didn't think he was that fast when I threw it."
Many scores were:
- resulted from Amy’s mid-flow cuts.
- expertly thrown by Matthew.
- caught by soft-handed/stubbed toe/bad knee(s) Gayle.
>Gayle, MJ & Bucci are understatedly…aaaaauuuusssssum!
>Lucy accomplished a fan-tastic solo.
>Cookies from opponents after the game is a turn on.