Things weren’t looking great for Team Quore halfway through the league. After five losses, they had zero points in the standings and would most certainly be shut out if they couldn’t win every game left in the season. That’s exactly what they did, coming back from nothing on the board to tying up the whole season. After the last match of regular play, every team was tied with 10 points, bringing the decision for championship finalists to a point differential from the whole season.
A quick tally of all points and goals for the season put Quore and ENBW into the final, and, after a hard-fought championship match, Quore took home the trophy for the second time this year. Congratulations to Team Quore captain Ryan Culligan!
Beyond the excitement the close competition brought, the NGAC also welcomed several rookies on board this season. Quore had the highest number of first-time hurlers with three: Sean McGauran, Patrick Campbell, and Jonathan Themm. East Nashville Beer Works had two: Bo Ladner and Noah Fitzpatrick. Homegrown also had two with Isaac Gann and Joseph Rodriguez. It’s proof, once again, that the club as a whole is the real winner, as we continue to welcome incredible new talent with every season.