Published on August 12th, 2015 | by Staples Soccer0
Aidan Wisher Soars To Frisbee Octathlon Win
Aidan Wisher — who organized today’s Jack Scott Octathlon of Champions ultimate frisbee event — was also the big winner, on the Wakeman grass.
The rising senior earned MVP honors, and gained points for best catch and longest throw. Wisher’s 28 points were 8 more than Ziggy Hallgarten, who scored as best thrower and best blocker.
Also picking up bonus points: Matteo Broccolo (best toss), Kenji Goto (best dressed) and Max Hammer (best body sacrifice). Hammer came straight to the frisbee field from the airport, after spending time in Barcelona and Amsterdam.
“The amount of running in this game is seriously underrated,” one player said.
Going into the final event — a scavenger hunt next week, with mega-points on the line — Graham Gudis retains the overall lead, with 172.5 points. Jack Zeldes is still 2nd (143.5). But Goto made his move, and is now 3rd (140.5).
Other point totals: Brenden Price (133), Daniel Reid (85), Josh Berman (83), Andres Marmelo (81), Daniel Brill (74), Luca Cocito (73), Aidan Wisher (70), Kenny Brill (62), Ziggy Hallgarten (61.5), Noah Schwaeber (57), Daniel Perez Elorza (53), Matteo Broccolo, Sam Kantor (50), Eric D’Addario (48), Max Hammer, Grant Sirlin (47), Shane Dasbach (30), Nick Benjamin, Stephen Rowland, Sebastian Wick (29), Griff O’Neill (25), Spencer Daniels, Rees Chang (12), Greg Preiser, Rory Steele (8), Jerrett Rende (3).