Week 9 recaps from 2010 Summer League

Before a week’s hiatus in the 2010 Summer League, the following draws took place on July 13 at the Ice Rink at Coal Street Park in Wilkes-Barre.

C&Ds 13, MLC 2

Eddie Perrino’s team is almost assured of a spot in this year’s Playoffs, and is just a win away from punching their ticket. They used a convincing win last week to disrupt MLC’s post-season hopes. The last-place team in the Buckwheat Division needs to win its remaining two games and hope for a lot of help around the league.

Lyons 3, Whippersnappers 2

Lyons looks like it is going to see the post-season as well, defeating Whippersnappers in what was a match-up of teams who started the season as among the hottest in the league. Whippersnappers have cooled since a fast start, and must focus their effort in the final two draws to stay in the post-season race.

Lyons is not completely safe, but has the lead in the Stove Division, and has done so since Week 1.

Goody’s 7, Boss Hog-Line 3

Goody’s remains in hot pursuit of Lyons, now with just one more loss than the division leaders. The team has now won four consecutive draws, topping BHL last week.

BHL remains in the thick of the race despite the loss, trailing two teams by one point for a Playoffs spot.

Stone Cold 9, Work Study 3

Stone Cold used its game in-hand to its advantage, disposing of a non-conference foe and taking sole possession of first in the Buckwheat Division. Work Study has lost three consecutive draws but still has an outside chance at making the post-season with four draws remaining.

Fifteen 11, JEMM 2

Fifteen is a full three points ahead of Whippersnappers in the Steamboat Division thanks to a solid win last week over JEMM. The team is much like many this year, full of streaks, and right now it’s getting hot at the right time. After winning three straight, then losing two, Fifteen is on a two-game winning streak with just two more to play.

Though in third in the Stove Division, JEMM is just the last team out of the Playoffs race. It needs wins in the final two draws to have a chance at the post-season.

Team RAMROD 6, Cracked Ice 5

RAMROD kept its Playoffs and Division Championship hopes alive with a win, despite not having the services of Skip John King. It’s just a win behind two teams in the Buckwheat Division and is down a tie-break for the final Wild Card spot

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