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Discussion: 65 AA winner at World Masters

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Oct. 3, 2013
rabbit
Men's 65
297 posts
65 AA winner at World Masters
The US Jobs,out of Indianapolis,Indiana won the 65 AA division in Las Vegas, by defeating the Hill Contracting,out of Austin ,Texas,30-24 and in the if game 28-16, after losing to them in Finals of winners bracket 16-15, then we came back to beat the Sacramento Buds to get back to the championship game. The US Jobs team won the ISA, SPA and now the World Masters titles this year,we are now looking forward to the AAA division next season. See you in Ft.Myers in a couple of weeks.
Oct. 4, 2013
Lefty
Men's 65
500 posts
Rabbit congrats. You told me ya'll would be moving up. Tell Jerry hi for me. Hope to see him in 2014.
Joe Lefty Falcon #77
Panhandle Hitmen 65M
Oct. 4, 2013
taits
Men's 65
4396 posts
Rabbit, it was great to meet you and Lemons there. Congrats to you all for the big win. 'twas all good games I watched also.
Hill Const is a good team, I watched them before in another game. Saw Doaker again also.
As they say, your 'Moven on up' to the "East side" lol.
Oct. 4, 2013
steve65
Men's 65
177 posts
Congratulations Jobs---regards to George!! who am I to use as a break now that you guys are AAA?? I imagine this removes the memory of the Silversticks shutting you guys out 4 to zip at Winternationals!!!
Steve Carpenter
Oct. 4, 2013
Olden Slow
Men's 65
182 posts
Congrats to Jobs..I spent some time with the pitcher..Nice guy and very confident in a good way...Nice group of people..
Tom Townsen
Yavapai 65's
# 11
Oct. 4, 2013
JBTexas
Men's 65
264 posts
Rabbit, great job by all your guys, was fun playing you guys wish we had one more good game in us, but ran out of gas and you guys hit the afterburners on us. I'll see you in Ft. Meyers, sorry we had to
leave quickly but had a 7:10 flight. #1,SS Hill contracting.
Oct. 4, 2013
rabbit
Men's 65
297 posts
Taits it was good meeting you after reading all your posts, I hope you can get back to playing next year, Tom, it was great talking to you,you think along the same lines as i do,sorry we didn't get to play you, would have been a good game, JBtexas, the first game you guys pounded us,couldn't get you out,had me worried,you have a very good team, good luck in Florida. Lefty I will tell Jerry hi for you,see you in Florida,he really needs to get back playing,at one time he was the best around , Steve don't know anything about the Silversticks,they are in the 70's,this was my first year in the 65's, George will be in the 70's next year.
Oct. 5, 2013
lemons
Men's 65
302 posts
It was terrific meeting new friends who can play a little ball as well. Hats off to all of the great people we had a chance to meet and compete against. Particular shout outs to The Kauai 65's and Sacramento Buds for being such great competitors and people. As they say in Hawaii, "A Hui Ho".........till we meet again. Mel
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