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By Azeem Hussain After knocking out one Southwest team from World Cup 8, the Los Angeles Gambits looked for another win as they went against the two-time defending champs, University of Texas at Austin (UT). From the first minute, you could see the Longhorns were in it to win it ...READ MORE
By Azeem Hussain Slow and steady wins the race. There was a lot of anticipation coming into this West Coast best coast-Southwest best coast matchup as the Los Angeles Gambits took on Baylor University. Early bludger control went to the Gambits, and they used it to set up a slow, ...READ MORE
By Zak Hewitt Blue Mountain Quidditch Club (BMQC) has cemented itself as the final Midwest team at World Cup 8 with a 130*-60 victory over the University of Rochester Thestrals. Rochester looked shaky at the Northeast Regional Championship, but after a large transfer of players from the RIT Dark Marks ...READ MORE
By David Hoops Lone Star Quidditch Club (LSQC) recovered from a Day One loss to Texas State University – San Marcos and scare against the Los Angeles Gambits to win its Round of 16 match against Michigan Quidditch. After a play-in victory for LSQC over the University of Minnesota, Michigan ...READ MORE
By Tim Derrick In the first round of bracket play, the Warriors defeated Q.C. Boston: The Massacre (QCB) 120*-100 with a snitch catch by Mike Pascutoi. The Warriors were the underdogs of this match, but rallied back to win. QCB made the first goal and looked to dominate the entire ...READ MORE