All games on November 23 will be played at DEE Stadium.
HoCo is ready to go, the teams are set, snow is in the forecast, so let’s begin.
Here is something to keep in mind, directly from the Purpose section of our By-Laws:
“Provide healthy, friendly, winter months competition for the players with emphasis on sportsman-like conduct, brotherhood and goodwill.”
The 2014-15 schedule is now posted. Please note the change for Championship Sunday. Due to the MAHA State Bantam Tournament, our final Sunday is pushed back until after our annual Oldtimers Tournament.
The draft was held Tuesday evening and the rosters are now posted. Opening day is scheduled for October 5. 9:00 Baraga Telephone vs. Bear Belly Bar & Grill, 10:30 RE/MAX Douglass vs. M&M Powersports, 12:00 Sayen’s Auto Sales vs. The Monte Carlo.
Congratulations to RE/MAX DOUGLASS, winners of the Championship Game, 2-1 over BEAR BELLY BAR & GRILL. Also congratulations to M&M POWERSPORTS and RE/MAX DOUGLASS, co-champions of the regular season, each with 11-5-4 records.
Also on Championship Sunday, SAYEN’S AUTO SALES won the Bronze Medal game 6-4 over M&M POWERSPORTS, and THE MONTE CARLO won the Monticello’s Cup game 8-5 over BARAGA TELEPHONE.
League Banquet scheduled for May 17. Good luck to all in our tournament next weekend.
9:00 am Monticello’s Cup: The Monte Carlo vs. Baraga Telephone
10:30 am Bronze Medal: Sayen’s Auto Sales vs. M&M Powersports
12:00 pm Championship: RE/MAX Douglass vs. Bear Belly Bar & Grill
If the regular season ended today, M & M Powersports would be champions with 23 points. ReMax Douglass would be second with 18 points and Bear Belly Bar third with 14 points. Baraga Telephone and Sayen’s Auto Sales would be tied for fourth with 12 points, followed closely by the resurgent Monte Carlo with 11 points.
As we head into our 10th week, M&M Powersports is clearly in first place with a 2 game lead over second place ReMax Douglass. Bear Belly Bar is in third place with a slim 1/2 game lead over fourth place Baraga Telephone. Sayen’s Auto Sales is 1/2 game back in fifth place, and sixth place Monte Carlo averted a shut-out this past Sunday with some spirited play and determination.