Published on March 27th, 2015 | by Staples Soccer0
Berman Is Big Dodgeball Winner; Gudis, Price Share Octathlon Lead
Josh Berman was on all 5 winnning teams, in this afternoon’s dodgeball tournament. The games — the 3rd in this year’s Jack Scott Octathlon of Champions — featured different teams each round. Organizer Daniel Perez Elorza broke them down by various criteria: defenders vs. attackers; players who were on varsity as sophomores vs. those who were not, etc. The final match involved kicking only — no throwing.
Berman’s 48 total points were the most for the day. That vaults him into 4th place overall. Brenden Price edged into a 1st-place tie with Graham Gudis (87 points each), while Jack Zeldes is 3rd (83).
Price earned 10 points for his “Never Say Never” play. Aidan Wisher was the MVP. Other points were awarded for last man standing (Zeldes, Price, Eric D’Addario, Daniel Reid, Daniel Brill); head shots (Brill, Aidan Wisher, Kenji Goto), and best dressed (Reid). Gudis earned 3 points for figuring out why March 27 is special (Dan Woog’s birthday).
April’s Octo is ping pong, organized by Grant Sirlin.
The standings after 3 rounds: Graham Gudis, Brenden Price (87); Jack Zeldes (83); Josh Berman (68); Daniel Brill (65); Kenji Goto (63); Daniel Reid (57); Eric D’Addario (48); Aidan Wisher (42); Andres Marmelo (40); Daniel Perez Elorza (37); Max Hammer (33); Kenny Brill (31); Noah Schwaeber (30); Matteo Broccolo, Luca Cocito, Sam Kantor (26); Ziggy Hallgarten, Teddy Lawrence, Grant Sirlin (23); Shane Dasbach (13); Rees Chang (12); Spencer Daniels, Sebastian Wick (11); Nick Benjamin, Griff O’Neill, Greg Preiser (8); Stephen Rowland, Rory Steele (5); Jerrett Rende (3).