Evan Choi is atop the 2015 October ranks. He is currently undefended and is in 1st. But, Forest Wesley and Grant Gardner are both one loss players chasing him. Ian Shultz, Isaac Gonzalez and Phil Mai are next in the ranks.
Whose ready for some tetherball? The first game of the season was won by Grant. But what about the rest of the games? Phil Mai will face Curtis Choi in a showdown of rookies. Forest Wesley will open his season by playing Chance Chinick. Evan Choi will face Logan Blank. Isaac Gonzalez will face Peter Wong. Other notable games include: Wade Boyd vs. Caden Wong, Ian Shultz vs. Kevin Lieue and Nathan Shilley vs. Chandler Tuupo.
Hades Tetherball decided it was time too trim there roster down to 5. Chase Falla was working on coming back. After he retired in December 2013, on March 24th 2015 he attended the veterans combine to try to make it back in.
He did great and Hades picked him up. They worked with him to try to scare the rust off. They sent him to there Minor League Team to work on skills. But after he finished 11th they decided to think it over. In the end they cut him.
Mark Brasel has officially retired from the NTL. Mark’s career started in 2009 when he was sighed as a free agent for Aldon Lobo Tetherball. In 2009, he made it to the Legacy Tournament as a 10th seed and lost to 7th seeded Adonis. In 2010 and 2011 Mark made it to the Legacy Tournament’s quarterfinals both times, but lost to Denver both times.
In 2012, Mark missed the Legacy Tournament finishing 17th. In 2013, Mark lost to Jack in the first round and finished 10th. In 2014, Mark was among the leaders to win, but was 10th the whole season, before falling to 20th and missing in Legacies. But he competed in the first Outlaw Tournament. He lost to Forest and suffered a big disappointment.
In 2015, he was a contender the whole season for a spot, but once again luck wasn’t on his side. He missed but one win and was a 2 seed in the Outlaw Tournament and ended Hsusnaity but lost 2-1 in the final to Charlie Bass.
Today, the CWA Bandits won the 2015 NFTL world championships by beating the Seattle Supernuggets 31-30 in 3 OT. The world championships started on June 5th and ended today, June 22nd. The CWA Bandits are owned by NTL player Kevin Lieue. The Seattle Supernuggets are owned by Chandler Tuupo.
Here were the other top teams: 3rd The Bulgarians, 4th USA Superstars, 5th Bellevue Terminators, 6th Japan Worriers, 7th Team Blanks and 8th was Sinn’s Best of the Best.
There is only 8 teams left in the NFTL World Championships now! They are (1) Seattle Supernuggets, (2) CWA Bandits, (3) USA Superstars, (4) Sinn’s Best of the Best, (5) The Bulgarians, (6) Bellevue Terminators, (7) Team Blanks and (8) Peace Out Boy Scots Presents Samoa/ Japan Worriers*. The world championships started on June 5th and will end on the 22nd.
*= These two teams will play a tiebreaker game
Can Grant keep his season alive against Evan Choi?
1. 2. Evan Choi at. 3. Grant Gardner 1-7 Final Series tied 1-1
Can Forest stay undefeated and beat Isaac in game 1?
1. 1. Forest Wesley vs. 13. Isaac Gonzalez 9-5 Final Forest leads series 1-0
The NFTL World Championship will happen tomorrow with the top 32 Teams in the world playing. Those will include CWA Bandits, Seattle Supernuggets, The Bulgarians and USA Superstars just to name a few. This event will start on June 5th and end on June 22nd. Fantasy Tetherball like any other fantasy sport depend on how well there players do in the NTL.
Forest is now 60 wins away from tiring the all-time wins record set by Terence Sinn. Terence’s record is 3003 wins and Forest is at 2043 wins so if Forest can beat the record before the season is over we will have a new all-time wins record.