OMBAC’s Playoff Hopes Fade With Loss to Glendale

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The Glendale Raptors have solidified their spot at the top of the table and have avenged their only loss of the season with a 57-10 win over OMBAC at Infinity Park. With the loss OMBAC now fall further behind in the playoff hunt and will have to make up ground against SFGG and Belmont Shore.

The Raptors dominated from start to finish as they scored more than 50 points for the second week in a row. Dustin Croy got things started with a try six minutes in. It took ten minutes before the Raptors would add their second with Nick Wallace touching down but that opened up the flood gates. Two more tries from Croy finished off a first half hat-trick while Armandt Peens also had a try as the Raptors went into the half with a big lead.

In the second half Zach Fenolgio scored two minutes in and Chad London ten minutes later to make the score 47-0. London would have a second late in the match to go along with an effort from Jeff Gillingham. Steve Tomasin had a second half try and conversion for OMBAC.

The Raptors will face SFGG at home next week in a huge match that is a potential finals preview. OMBAC, who missed Todd Clever this weekend and could miss him next weekend, will look to get back on track against Olympic Club.

Glendale Raptors

Tries: Croy (3), Wallace, Peens, Fenoglio, London (2), Gillingham

Conversions: Peens (5), London


Tries: Tomasin

Conversions: Tomasin

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