Obscure Sports Report

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The Saskatchewan Rush remain unbeaten in the NLL

1/17/18

Let’s take a look at some alternative sports leagues that you won’t see in your local sports pages:

AMERICAN ULTIMATE DISC LEAGUE (AUDL) – The only professional ultimate disc league is going through some growing pains as teams have moved or folded during the offseason.  The latest move involved the Jacksonville Cannons who have moved to Tampa and will begin play there in the upcoming 2018 season.   The Nashville Nightwatch changed ownership in the offseason and plans to make some significant changes in the 2018 season.  A new franchise will be added in Portland, Oregon to play in the West Division.

MAJOR ARENA SOCCER LEAGUE (MASL) –  Here are the current league standings:

  • Eastern Division
    • Baltimore 10-2
    • Florida 6-6
    • Syracuse 5-5
    • Harrisburg 5-9
  • Central Division
    • Milwaukee 12-2
    • Cedar Rapids 6-8
    • Kansas City 4-8
    • St. Louis 2-11
  • Southwest Division
    • Monterrey 12-0
    • Sonora 6-6
    • El Paso 5-7
    • Rio Grande Valley 2-10
  • Pacific Division
    • San Diego 10-0
    • Ontario 6-6
    • Tacoma 6-7
    • Turlock 2-12

AMERICAN BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION (ABA) –  The Richmond (VA) Elite are atop the ABA Power Rankings with a record of 10-0.  They are followed by the Kentucky Enforcers (11-0), South Florida Gold (12-1), Jacksonville Giants (9-1) and Worcester 78s (10-1).

NATIONAL LACROSSE LEAGUE (NLL) – The Saskatchewan Rush won the battle of the unbeatens when they defeated the Colorado Mammoths 17-12 in Denver.  The Rush took over sole possession of first place in the West at 4-0 while the New England Black Wolves lead the East at 3-1.

NATIONAL WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE (NWHL) – In their third meeting of the season, the Buffalo Beauts edged the Connecticut Whale 4-3 at a game played in Pittsburgh.  Buffalo’s Lisa Chesson scored her first goal of the season and the game winner with less than four minutes remaining.  The Beauts are now 5-4 and currently in second place behind the Metropolitan Riveters at 8-0.  With the loss, Connecticut drops to 2-7.

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