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By Jack McGovern Capping off World Cup 8 with an intense, back-and-forth championship game, the University of Texas at Austin defeated Lone Star Quidditch Club to earn its third consecutive World Cup title. Texas seeker Evan Carr caught the snitch, securing a 120*-90 victory. At the beginning, Lone Star chaser ...READ MORE
By Jack McGovern Heavily favored Lone Star Quidditch Club convincingly denied the upset hopes of Maryland Quidditch 120-50*. Lone Star’s blowout win set up a much anticipated matchup with the University of Texas at Austin in the finals of World Cup 8. Jumping out to a 60-0 lead, Lone Star’s ...READ MORE
By Jack McGovern After overcoming a multitude of injuries and playing a marathon quarterfinal against Arizona Quidditch Club, the Lost Boys were dispatched by the mighty two-time defending champions the University of Texas at Austin, 180*-30. From the beginning, Texas’ offense proved ruthlessly efficient, rolling out line after line of ...READ MORE
By Austin Pitts In a matchup of the last two West Region teams in World Cup 8, the Lost Boys beat Arizona Quidditch Club (AZQC) 170*-100. With some excellent snitching by Stew Driflot, the game dragged on for 28 minutes until Frank Gao pulled to send the Lost Boys to ...READ MORE
By Jack McGovern A day after triumphantly defeating Lone Star Quidditch Club in the preliminary rounds, Texas State University – San Marcos altered its strategy, unfurled a tediously slow offense, and fell to the favored community team in the quarterfinals of World Cup 8. Kifer Gregoire caught the snitch to ...READ MORE