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1/24/2023 6:58 pm  #31


Re: The Major Lacrosse Association

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The time has arrived for the first game of the MLA Semifinals. The Cardinals took it to Manhattan with a 6-4 win.

Q1
CHI: Goal scored by Attackman Chase Wildgoose
CHI: Goal scored by Attackman Cole Tirkee
MAN: Goal scored by Attackman Evan Flow

Q2
CHI: Goal scored by Attackman Chase Wildgoose
MAN Goal scored by Midfielder Niklas Niek
CHI: Goal scored by Midfielder Austin Dingle

Q3
MAN: Goal scored by Attackman Matt Griebel
CHI: Goal scored by Attackman Chase Wildgoose
CHI: Goal scored by Attackman Oto Jo

Q4
MAN: Goal scored by Attackman Evan Flow

Overview
Chase Wildgoose sets the first ever league Hat Trick. 

The Cardinals take this win against a huge rival and will move onto the MLA Championship Final.
 

 

1/24/2023 10:30 pm  #32


Re: The Major Lacrosse Association

all my homies love chase wildgoose 🧢

 

1/26/2023 2:35 pm  #33


Re: The Major Lacrosse Association

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Our next Semifinal is here. The Thunderbirds traveled to Toronto to take on the Falcons.

Q1
TOR: Goal scored by Attackman Cannon Douglas
TOR: Goal scored by Midfielder Newt Johnny
CLE: Goal scored by Attackman Joseph "The Jet" Rein
TOR: Goal scored by Midfielder Hubert Dirk

Q2
CLE: Goal scored by Attackman Arman Talgat
CLE: Goal scored by Midfielder Bruno Piekarczyk
TOR: Goal scored by Attackman Cannon Douglas
TOR: Goal scored by Defenseman Kaiden Aston
TOR: Goal scored by Midfielder Osmond Fairley

Q3
CLE: Goal scored by Attackman Case Marshall
TOR: Goal scored by Midfielder Newt Johnny
TOR: Goal scored by Attackman Beckett Kev

Q4
TOR: Goal scored by Midfielder Dave Bazza
CLE: Goal scored by Joseph "The Jet" Rein
TOR: Goal scored by Midfielder Bobbie Kelly

Toronto wins this one 10-5. The Falcons will play the Cardinals in the first ever MLA Championship Match. The game will be hosted at Blue Jay Park in Manhattan.

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1/29/2023 11:48 pm  #34


Re: The Major Lacrosse Association

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It is time for the MLA Championship Game. The Toronto Falcons and Chicago Cardinals have met in Manhattan to crown the champion of the MLA

Q1
CHI: Goal scored by Attackman Chase Wildgoose
TOR: Goal scored by Attackman Wallis Jayson
TOR: Goal scored by Attackman Lee Lewan

Q2
TOR: Goal scored by Midfielder Newt Johnny
CHI: Goal scored by Midfielder Austin Dingle
CHI: Goal scored by Attackman Cole Tirkee
TOR: Goal scored by Midfielder Dave Bazza

Q3
CHI: Goal scored by Attackman Chase Wildgoose

Q4
CHI: Goal scored by Attackman Mario Boriso
TOR: Goal scored by Midfielder Newt Johnny
CHI: Goal scored by Midfielder Austin Dingle

What a thriller! Chicago managed to outwork Toronto's defense and win this one 6-5. Chicago sets history as being the first team win the championship in North America's first professional lacrosse league. 

Chase Wildgoose from Chicago was named the player of the game. 

The trophy will be brought over and displayed at the Cardinal Grounds and will have "1970 - Chicago Cardinals LC" engraved in it. 

The excitement for season 2 is unbearable. Who do you think will be crowned champion in the 1971 season?

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1/31/2023 2:56 pm  #35


Re: The Major Lacrosse Association

1970 Offseason Meetings
Manhattan, New York

-Detroit Jackals
The stands at the Jackals Sports Complex had collapsed, leaving the stadium in ruin. The other owners gave Cliff till the 1971 Preseason Meetings to find a new home or his team would be removed from the league.

Cliff later revealed that he had been in talks with a couple cities. Those being:
Ann Arbor, MI
Columbus, OH
Grand Rapids, MI
Pittsburgh, PA
Windsor, ON

All of these cities had a viable stadium or a temporary stadium that could be used while the situation is finally leveled out. 

The Jackals are still on very thin ice with the league. If they don't figure anything out it could be game over for Cliff and his Jackals.

 

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Yesterday 8:05 pm  #36


Re: The Major Lacrosse Association

The Detroit Jackals Situation
Cliff Sorbert walked up to the podium in front of the fellow owners. The plan was to discuss which city he had decided to move to since building a new stadium was out of the question. 

"Evening gentlemen..." Cliff said

Everyone else just starred at Cliff dead in the eye. They were not here for any monkey business and did not want to deal with anymore of Cliff's shenanigans.

Cliff went down his list:
Ann Arbor: While a great town to move to, Ann Arbor wanted nothing to do with a pro sports team. They always opted to support local Ann Arbor College.

Columbus: Immediately when Cliff went for a visit, he was ran out by another owner who was trying to get his team in the league. So that removed Columbus.

Grand Rapids: Similarly to Ann Arbor, they generally chose to support their local colleges.

Pittsburgh: The proposal would have them sharing River Stadium which was home to the local football team. The owner did not want to share the stadium with anyone and told Cliff to please leave the city.

Windsor: The City of Windsor flat out declined Cliff's proposal. Without giving Cliff anytime to speak.

"What now?" Simon said.

"I'm glad you asked!" Said Cliff

Cliff finally uttered a smile and looked at his fellow owners... and said "The Jackals are off to Denver!"

The other owners looked at each other with looks of shock on their face.

Do you think this will work out for the Jackals?

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Yesterday 8:12 pm  #37


Re: The Major Lacrosse Association

That's a bold strategy, let's see if it works out. 

Quite the chaotic offseason for the Jackals, I do appreciate a little stadium destruction. Love the owners just not having it with Cliff and sending him out to the mountains.


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