Published on February 27th, 2015 | by Staples Soccer0
Graham Gudis Keeps Octathlon Lead
Thanks to 3 round-robin wins in 5-v-5 basketball, plus playing on the runnerup team overall — and snagging an MVP selection in 1 game — Graham Gudis maintained his lead in the Jack Scott Octathlon of Champions race. Brenden Price trails by only 2 points, Jack Zeldes by 5.
Today’s contest — the 2nd of 8, organized by Kenji Goto — saw 4 teams battle it out. The winners in the finals were Daniel Brill, Kenny Brill, Luca Cocito, Sam Kantor, Teddy Lawrence and Zeldes.
Daniel Brill earned 3 separate MVP mentions. Other MVPs included Price, Nick Benjamin and Eric D’Addario Brenden Price. Other points went to D’Addario (Sharpshooter), Spencer Daniels (The Wall), Sebastian Wick (Try Hard) and Greg Preiser (X-Factor).
The March event is dodgeball, organized by Perez Elorza.
The standings after 2 rounds: Graham Gudis (51); Brenden Price (49); Jack Zeldes (46); Andres Marmelo (37); Daniel Brill (32); Kenny Brill (31); Eric D’Addario (29); Kenji Goto (28); Matteo Broccolo, Luca Cocito, Sam Kantor (26); Ziggy Hallgarten, Teddy Lawrence, Grant Sirlin (23); Josh Berman (20); Noah Schwaeber (18); Daniel Perez Elorza (16); Daniel Reid (15); Shane Dasbach (13); Rees Chang, Max Hammer (12); Spencer Daniels, Sebastian Wick (11); Nick Benjamin, Griff O’Neill, Greg Preiser (8); Stephen Rowland, Rory Steele (5); Jerrett Rende (3).