Before we entered the arena, we had a brief discussion of rules (and whatnot) and there statements were made indicating that everything from second place down was up for grabs: Maleen's already got the number one slot wrapped up. So, did she deliver?
Here are the results:
|Maleen "Ms. January" Cazier (#24)||2||62||31||2.00|
|Tyler "Raging Stallion" Cazier (#28)||3||52||29||1.79|
|Matt McEwen (#31)||6||41||35||1.17|
|Jared Uffenorder (#19)||7||35||13||2.69|
|Caleb Iverson (#06)||4||42||31||1.35|
|Tyler Iverson (#04)||8||35||35||1.00|
|Matt Hillery (#03)||12||17||19||0.89|
|Jeff Foster (#09) or Brett||14||7||17||0.41|
|Brett (#05) or Jeff Foster||16||3||19||0.16|
That said, in our group the number one slot went to "Ms. January," who was kind enough to hand our butts to us.
Luckily, I'm married to her. If we're ever involved in repelling a violent attack, I'm handing my gun to her—I stand the best chance of survival if she's wielding the gun. This year I wasn't far off though...I came in 2nd in our group. Normally this would be the "First Loser" slot, but if we're up against Maleen, that's ok.
Thanks to all who participated this year. It was great to see some faces we've missed recently, like Hillery and the Rhino.
Here are the score cards, sorted only by team:
Just for your enjoyment, Maleen was reviewing these scorecards and said, "I never actually saw Brett." Then I rummaged through the scorecards to find hers and noted that she had killed Brett. She complained of a temperamental gun, this trip too, so I imagine Ms. January wildly clicking her laser trigger and on the other side of the arena Brett lights up and he goes, "Where'd that come from?"