Weekend in Review: June 14-15

Weekend in Review: June 14-15 Photo © Donalee Eiri. For prints, please visit myderbyphotos.com/

With two weekends to go, the 2014 playoff picture is becoming increasingly clear … so let’s take a closer look.

Weekend in Review – March 10, 2014

Weekend in Review – March 10, 2014 Arch Rival's Smashinistas took home the home-team championship in front of a couple of thousand fans in St Louis this weekend too. Photo: Bob Dunnell

This weekend was the first of serious division one action of 2014, and we got a number of shock results from it. Before you read on, though, do check out our new WFTDA league table–it shows off the latest rankings and all the teams’ movements since the last ranking period from top to bottom to give you instant context on every result and every team’s momentum in the season so far.

D1A 5th: (5) Steel City Comes Back On (7) Houston, 202-185

D1A 5th: (5) Steel City Comes Back On (7) Houston, 202-185 Photo: Kit Ruff / ShutHerUp Photography

ASHEVILLE, NC–A tight opening 20 minutes looked to be giving way to another Asheville blow-out as Steel slipped into a 122-67 half-time deficit. But the Steel Hurtin’ dragged it back at the death to break the WFTDA playoff comeback record they set against Carolina in 2010, and secure fifth place with a 202-185 win.

D1A: (5) Steel City Smashes (9) Oklahoma Victory Dolls, 313-79

D1A: (5) Steel City Smashes (9) Oklahoma Victory Dolls, 313-79 Photo: Danforth Johnson.

ASHEVILLE, NC — In the consolation rounds of the Asheville tournament, 5 seed Steel City landed an early convincing knockout on the 9th seeded Oklahoma Victory Dolls, going up by over 100 points in the first 15 minutes and cruising to the win at 313-79.

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