It’s been a while since we got to say that Swede-Heart (at left with helmet and teammate Sweetji) won a championship. OK, we’ve never been able to say that. But now we can! And to top it off she authored one of the most stunning comebacks that RPS has ever seen!
Swede faced off against Say Hey, J. Martin Hill in the Championship match and it was not looking good for Swede at all. Say Hey, J. Martin Hill took the first two matches really quickly (like 4 throws quick) and then the first throw in what could have been a 3 match to 0 Championship sweep. He only needed one winning throw. But Swede-Heart not only came back with the next two throws to stave off elimination for another round, but she didn’t lose a throw the rest of the match!
It was a fantastic comeback for sure and Swede-Heart deserves a ton of credit. Say Hey, J. Martin Hill was the latest to pull “The Zombie Llama”. There have been a few times this has happened over the past 7 seasons, but it happened to Zombie Llama at the very first City League tournament and it took him over two years to recover and win a tournament.
There were a lot of Street dollars in circulation as the went out of print towards the end of the night. It was rookie player Jimmy Jangles who came through with almost half the money out there. The 2nd closest was Panty Bandit. Not a bad first night for Jimmy Jangles. He got to the 3rd round and picked up the street win. There’s still half a season left so Rookie of the Year title/prize is still wide open.
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