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TJSL Intramural Football

November 13, 2014

As the semester quickly winds down, and we plunge into finals, let’s recap on the wide world of TJ intramural sports. It was an exciting football season full of broken fingers and dynamic plays, but in the end it was 3-Peat that took the championship title. 3-Peat looked like the 1972 Miami Dolphins, dominating the competition and going undefeated. This was 3-Peat’s second championship, as they went back-to-back in hopes of living up to their name and winning again next season.

Now that football has wrapped up, what some consider real futbol has begun. Soccer kicked off right after football finished, and it has picked up right where football left off in the competition department. There is a fiery competition between a few of the Thomas Jefferson soccer teams that carries back to last season. Team America and the TJSL Stallions are full of 3L’s looking to win big and take the crown in their final intramural season. Despite the fierce competition between the Thomas Jefferson teams, Cal West is dominating the standings for the time being, as both of their teams are locked into first and second place half way through the season. There is still plenty of time for all the teams to turn it around, limp into the playoffs, and take down the championship. Good luck the rest of the way.

Soccer is the last sport that will be played this semester, so work on your jump shot over break and be ready for basketball next semester. Good luck to everyone on finals, study hard and kill it.