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Firelands Challenge Round III Concludes

Edison and St. Paul on Top of Standings

After some weather delays, the results of the Round III matches in Firelands Challenge are in and once again third through fifth places in the standings have changed.  Edison remains on top with 195 points and St. Paul holds on to second with 133 points.

The final match in Round III saw all three teams earn their highest scores for the season.  St. Paul finished with 50 points to win the match.  It built a lead throughout the entire match to finish six points ahead of Perkins.  Perkins earned 44 points and Lakota finished with 25.

Teams continue to jockey for the third through fifth positions.  Willard moved up from fourth to third.  Bellevue dropped from third to fourth.  Monroeville replaced Norwalk in fifth position.

Teams in the third, fourth, and fifth positions advance to the Play-off Round.  This year however, due to the number of teams, there will be a Bye Round.  Six teams will participate in two matches.  One or more of those teams could achieve second through fifth place finishes.

The Bye Round is scheduled to take place on February 25 at the Milestone Event Center in Norwalk.  Danbury will take on Western Reserve and Oak Harbor in the first match.  Margaretta will face Huron and Perkins in the second match.

The cumulative scores of the teams after the Bye Round will determine if they will advance to the Play-off Round.  The winner of the Play-off Round will compete against the first- and second-place teams in three Championship Round matches.

The top five teams and their cumulative scores after Round III are:

  • Edison                   195
  • St. Paul                 133
  • Willard                  113
  • Bellevue              111
  • Monroeville         98        

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