Published on May 22nd, 2016 | by Staples Soccer0
Spencer Daniels Big Winner In Touch Football Octo
The Jack Scott Octathlon of Champions resumed today, with 2-hand touch football at Wakeman.
Spencer Daniels — who organized the event — was the big winner. He picked up points for being on 2 winnings teams (with Daniel Reid and Steven Frost), best dodge and MVP. That gives him 49 points overall, and leapfrogs him past 3 competitors into 3rd place overall.
Ziggy Hallgarten picked up points for best QB throw, 1 winning team and best outfit.
Tyler Wright did not participate today, and saw his overall lead dwindle to just 2 points. Josh Berman (who earned points for sportsmanship today) is in 2nd place, with 53 points to Wright’s 55.
Other major points today: Best catch and best effort (Stephen Rowland), best touchdown (Timmy Liles) and blood (Reid).
The overall standings after today: Tyler Wright (55); Josh Berman (53): Spencer Daniels (49); Sam Kantor (40); Kenny Brill (39); Ziggy Hallgarten (37); Matteo Broccolo (34); Daniel Reid (26); Shane Dasbach (24); Luca Cocito (21); Stephen Rowland (15): Timmy Liles, Griff O’Neill (14); Alessandro Perez-Elorza (13): Steven Frost (12); Chris Andrews (6); Will Birch, Chris Martenson, Ian Weiler (3).
Next up: laser tag (Daniel Reid), ultimate frisbee (Matteo Broccolo), spikeball (Josh Berman) and soccer golf (Shane Dasbach).