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Basketball » Good If It Goes: The Story of the OBA » 4/19/2022 10:20 am

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1976 First Round
https://i.imgur.com/zloLBzz.png

Game 1: #1 Murdlock Razors 101, #4 Luva Mountaineers 80
This... was ugly from the start. Murdlock packed the house, which shocked absolutely no one. The Razors opened on a 14-3 run and never looked back. Carl Baker led the way to victory, nabbing 34 points and 13 assists. On the defensive end, he added three steals. Evans Strong hammered home 20 points of his own. The lone bright spot for the Mountaineers was Winston Burns, who was the only Luva scorer above 15 points.

Game 2: #2 The Bay Bishops 80, #3 Mescudi Moonmen 92
In the days leading up to the game, reigning league MVP Hitts Weckerthaul was crowded by microphones outside of a TacoTown fast food restaurant. He answered one question only, with this:

"I'm hungry for another one."

Whether "another one" meant another championship or another Better Beefer-Wrap with no lettuce was up for debate. However, Hitts clearly wrapped that debate up with his performance against The Bay. Weckerthaul dropped 40 points on the Bishops en route to a second championship appearance. The Bay had no answer for his prowess whatsoever, leaving a tall task for the Razors to stop him in the OCS Finals.

WHO WILL WIN THE 1976 OCS FINALS?!? Leave your predictions!

Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 4/17/2022 10:12 pm

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Section30 wrote:

1988 Kellogg Cup Playoff Brackets

https://i.imgur.com/AFDJlvU.png
https://i.imgur.com/ILVvwNu.png
https://i.imgur.com/AK6bJRx.png
https://i.imgur.com/Nh1YOOX.png

Let me hear your thoughts and predictions, comments are always appreciated!

The Super Series will include the following teams:
Winnipeg Monarchs
Bemidji Blue Ox
Two Harbors Wolfpack
Thunder Bay Giants
St. Cloud Storm
White Bear Lake Braves
Little Canada Canucks
Coon Rapids Bandits
Highland Park Flying Aces
Apple Valley Cardinals
Edina Cake Eaters
St. Louis Park Louies
Rochester Mustangs
Hastings Rivermen
Red Wing Chiefs
Brookings Buffaloes

That's my predictions. Book it in Vegas. Bet the house on it. Thank me later.

Basketball » Good If It Goes: The Story of the OBA » 4/04/2022 8:37 pm

HWULA
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1976 OCS Playoffs
https://i.imgur.com/M3gn5pc.png
The Murdlock Razors hold the top seed and have drawn the Luva Mountaineers. The Bay Bishops will host the defending champion Mescudi Moonmen.

Who is winning in 1976?! Let us know!

Basketball » Good If It Goes: The Story of the OBA » 3/29/2022 9:53 am

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1976 Season Results
https://i.imgur.com/DbrRHwP.png

The Murdlock Razors finally pieced together a fantastic season with the talent they have. Evans Strong and Carl Baker were the nastiest 1-2 punch in the league on their way to All-League nominations. They Razors earned the top spot in the league by sweeping The Bay Bishops, who had the same record. The Bishops stout defense propelled them to the second spot.

Hitts Weckerthaul won the league's MVP award for the second consecutive season, lifting the defending champions to yet another playoff appearance. The Luva Mountaineers secured the fourth playoff spot in the final weekend of play, defeating the Ensylvan Drakes, who were hot on their tails all season. The Drakes, disappointed in the outcome, far outpaced league expectations on their way to a 15-11 mark. McQuelsey, despite a fantastic effort from Deacon Moss, came up short. The Woodpeckers did emerge victorious in their remaining six games. The Team of the River Galloway disappointed, playing their way to a .500 record. The Ricos of Irving also finished 13-13 on the year. Gin City, despite playing in numerous close games, had a 12-14 mark. Brian Williams, of Desherd City, submitted a First Team-worthy season, but injuries plagued the Dachshunds all year. The Murdlock Monocles, Boothtown Mobsters (surprisngly), Irving Crows, and Remolvo Choristers inhabited the basement of the league.
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Basketball » Good If It Goes: The Story of the OBA » 3/22/2022 10:50 am

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ProsecutorMilesEdgeworth wrote:

HWULA wrote:

ProsecutorMilesEdgeworth wrote:


 
Edgeworth Court…wait a minute…

WOW I didn't notice the coincidence. I made the file for Edgeworth Court on March 29, 2020. I don't think your first comment in this thread was until April of 2020. That's crazy.

The Prosecutor might have to be included in OBA lore!!

 
I’m wondering how that came to be lmao. I’d rather observe from a distance instead of being in the lore, but the offer is much appreciated!

Offseason Heading into 1976
Prosecutor Miles Edgeworth declines the offer to be included in OBA lore.

That's all for the 1976 offseason! No new teams, designs or jersey changes just yet.

Basketball » Good If It Goes: The Story of the OBA » 3/18/2022 11:26 pm

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1975 OCS Finals
https://i.imgur.com/0DKRDKC.png

Boothtown was in an uproar for a week straight prior to the Finals game. Travelers from all over the country flooded to hotel rooms to get a chance to see the biggest sporting event in the nation's history. The house was PACKED; completely sold out. 25% of tickets were allotted for each team's fan section, and the remaining 50% was sold to the general public.

If this year's regular season didn't already set the precedent, tonight, the fans new: the age of Hitts Weckerthaul was upon them. The league MVP rambled off 38 points in a magnificent effort, including a 13-0 run all by himself. He could not be stopped on either end, accumulating eight rebounds and four steals. Boothtown was led by Donald who, despite the loss, turned in a 20-10-10 game himself. Although the lead never got past 10, it was simply too much for the Mobsters to overcome. As such, the Mescudi Moonmen won their first OCS Finals! For his performance, Hitts Weckerthaul was named the OCS Finals MVP.

Mescudi Moonmen Championship Banner
https://i.imgur.com/tVcvbxs.png

Basketball » Good If It Goes: The Story of the OBA » 3/18/2022 11:12 pm

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ProsecutorMilesEdgeworth wrote:

HWULA wrote:

Luva Mountaineers
The Luva Mountaineers are based out of the far northeast corner of the country. Luva is a mountain village along the edge of the Edgeworth Mountain Range. Culturally proud of the beauty around them, the team named themselves the Mountaineers. The green mountain rams that inhabit the area inspired the logo, drawn courteously by the Horrible Woeful Unsatisfactory Logo and Apparel Company.

https://i.imgur.com/akL3800.png

The Mountaineers went all out with their uniforms, with alternating striping along the ribbing. The trim will be a lighter brown. The home uniforms will also include a mountain rage along the stomach area, with the ram on the shorts. The away uniforms will be brown.

https://i.imgur.com/xzaA68o.png

https://i.imgur.com/kZVfnWD.png

Luva will play their home games at Edgeworth Court.

https://i.imgur.com/RHNpg4s.png

 

 
Edgeworth Court…wait a minute…

WOW I didn't notice the coincidence. I made the file for Edgeworth Court on March 29, 2020. I don't think your first comment in this thread was until April of 2020. That's crazy.

The Prosecutor might have to be included in OBA lore!!

Basketball » Good If It Goes: The Story of the OBA » 3/16/2022 7:11 pm

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1975 - First Round Results
https://i.imgur.com/pFy0psr.png

#1 The Team of The River Galloway - 71
#4 Boothtown Mobsters - 77


An upset for the ages! The Boothtown Mobsters came out the gate swinging, scoring well over half of their points in transition. Darnell Donald of the Mobsters and The Team's Andre Oz displayed one of the greatest back-and-forth battles in the league's short history. Donald finish the game with 33 points, going along with a handful of dishes. He also scored the Mobsters last six points to maintain the lead. Boothtown will be headed to their first OCS Finals!!

#2 Luva Mountaineers 77
#3 Mescudi Moonmen 80


Luva might have been the loudest city in the country as the Mountaineers hosted the rival Moonmen. The fans were tailgating three hours prior to packing Edgeworth Court. "LUUUUUUUUUUUVAAAAAAA" reverberated throughout the countryside. As the sun sank beneath the peaks of the mountains, the game tipped off after much anticipation.

It was worth the hype. League MVP Hitts Weckerthaul dominated on both ends of the floor. He picked up a couple steals in addition to a 28 point performance. Luva's Winston Burns ate on the glass, picking up 8 rebounds in the first half alone, which ended in a 40-40 tie.

It came down to the wire. With two seconds left on the clock, Hitts Weckerthaul curled around a screen and knocked down the clinching three-point basket. The Mescudi crowd erupted, while the Luva faithful were simply stunned. All season, the Mountaineers firmly believed they would be the team of rookies advancing to the OCS Finals. However, it was not meant to be.

Who do you have taking the OCS Finals between the Boothtown Mobsters and the Mescudi Moonmen?

Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 3/15/2022 10:36 pm

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HWULA wrote:

Section30 wrote:

Aurora is a town in the Iron Range with a population of right around 2,000. It is located only 5 miles west of Hoyt Lakes and a number of players used to wear the red white and blue of the Wolves before finally getting a team of their own at long last. The Lights will play their home games at the 500 seat Aurora Community Center.

They will be called the "Lights", a reference to the Northern Lights, aka Aurora Borealis. Their logo is an A for Aurora next to a stick that doubles as an L for Lights and a puck. The lights have a bright color scheme to reflect their name of navy, purple, light blue, and green.

https://i.imgur.com/2vfaduQ.png
https://i.imgur.com/q85Vyif.png
https://i.imgur.com/YnHRBby.png

NAHHHHHH these have NO business going as hard as they do!!! Another amazing offseason in the MAHL!!!

Like bro... this is a beautiful uniform set. Just incredible.
 

Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 3/15/2022 10:30 pm

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Section30 wrote:

Aurora is a town in the Iron Range with a population of right around 2,000. It is located only 5 miles west of Hoyt Lakes and a number of players used to wear the red white and blue of the Wolves before finally getting a team of their own at long last. The Lights will play their home games at the 500 seat Aurora Community Center.

They will be called the "Lights", a reference to the Northern Lights, aka Aurora Borealis. Their logo is an A for Aurora next to a stick that doubles as an L for Lights and a puck. The lights have a bright color scheme to reflect their name of navy, purple, light blue, and green.

https://i.imgur.com/2vfaduQ.png
https://i.imgur.com/q85Vyif.png
https://i.imgur.com/YnHRBby.png

NAHHHHHH these have NO business going as hard as they do!!! Another amazing offseason in the MAHL!!!

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