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By John Gaffigan The University of North Carolina (UNC) narrowly edged Michigan Quidditch in a highly contested matchup between two of the preeminent teams of the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest. UNC jumped out to an early 30-10 lead, controlling the pace of the game through solid beating and opportunistic chasing, but ...READ MORE
By Jack McGovern A controversial last-second goal by Tyrell Williams, coupled with a snitch catch by Stephen Gralinski, lifted Texas State University – San Marcos over a surging Lost Boys Quidditch Club squad, 90*-80. Early in the game, Texas State’s offense put on a clinic, executing its signature hand-offs and ...READ MORE
By George Williams The Silicon Valley Skrewts made a statement for the West as they took down Midwest Regional champions Ohio State Quidditch 100*-70. The Skrewts jumped out to an early 20-0 lead with shots from chaser Alex Makk. Kevin Oelze was also an early contributor with his juggernaut drives ...READ MORE
By Griffin Conlogue Both coming in after big wins in the first set of games, the matchup between Arizona Quidditch Club (AZQC) and Emerson College Quidditch (ECQ) was expected to be hotly contested. AZQC wound up victorious, finishing the game with a snitch catch by Margo Aleman to secure a ...READ MORE
By Zak Hewitt The Ball State Cardinals snatched the snitch to secure their win over the Warriors, rebounding from an earlier loss to the Los Angeles Gambits. The game began with a notable switch in the lineup as Ball State’s Tyler Walker moved from quaffle carrier to bludger carrier. As ...READ MORE