Library Fantasy Football Results

The Library’s Fantasy Football Season has come to an end and a champion has been crowned.  See below for the final standings and playoff results:

football - running back - resizedDivision 1

Horny Toads 11-2

Zit City Manglers 9-4

The Ruby Sharks 8-5

Kevin’s Team 6-7

Orlando Breakers 5-8

Warriors 2-11

Division 2

Amish Fight Club 7-5-1

BDA’s Posse 7-6

The Pigskinners 7-6

Mark’s Maulers 6-7

Matrix 103174′s Team 5-8

Chi-Town Chupacabra’s 4-8-1

 

football and pylon resizedPlayoffs – 1st Round

Horny Toads (1)  87  Mark’s Maulers (8)  125

The Ruby Sharks (4)  87   BDA’s Posse (5)  87

Zit City Manglers (3)  126   The PIgskinners (6)  113

Amish Fight Club (2)  118   Kevin’s Team (7)  93

 

Playoffs – Semifinal

Mark’s Maulers (8)  65  The Ruby Sharks (4)  99

Zit City Manglers (3)  90  Amish Fight Club (2)  155

 

Playoffs – Championship

The Ruby Sharks (4)  108  Amish Fight Club (2)  109

 

The championship game came down to the bitter end, as The Ruby Sharks trailed big heading into Monday Night, but behind Frank Gore and San Francisco’s Defense they almost pulled off the come from behind victory before falling by a lone point. In the end, Amish Fight Club’s devastating roster consisting of Jamaal Charles, Dez Bryant, Victor Cruz, and breakout performers Andy Dalton, Phillip Rivers, and Josh Gordon were too much for the rest of the league to handle. I would like to thank all the team owners who participated in our league, and want to say that if you have any interest in playing fantasy football in the library’s league next year, keep your eyes on the sports blog when the summer rolls around. Our league is open to everyone regardless of experience, with no buy in. We look forward to another great season next year!

 

I'm the Red Carpet Librarian and work to bring lifelong support services to the Topeka and Shawnee County area through outreach and programming. I also am a sports enthusiast, work closely with the library's sports collection, and provide programming to engage the community's sports fans.