You are here
With their 29-21 defeat of Boulder, the Provo Steelers have clinched 1st in the Men's DI club West.
Provo finished their regular season 4-0-1, with 21 points in the standings, eight clear of both Glendale and the Denver Barbarians, two clubs that have a game left to play.
Glendale will make up their postponed game against the Denver Highlanders on April 15 at Infinity Park. the Barbarians will make up their postponed game against Boulder on April 16 at Pleasant View Park.
The Kansas City Blues won their final game of the season, 27-22 over the Highlanders, Saturday. As a result, they clinched a playoff spot
|Kansas City Blues||2||3||0||100||109||-9||2||2||12|
So the #1 and #4 teams are confirmed. The #2 and #3 will be Glendale and the Barbarians, but which is which remains to be seen.
Meanwhile, the teams in the other half of the West, in Texas, have almost confirmed their spots. The Austin Blacks scored late to edge the Dallas Reds 20-17.
Dallas fullback Kelly Kolberg said his team put in a "great performance. Our defense has been real impressive; we can only go up from here."
Both teams scored one try, and got the rest of their points from penalty
With blowout victories, the Dallas Harlequins and Austin Huns are secure in playoff spots. The Huns and Dallas cannot be caught in the last two weeks. Their game next week will likely decide who takes 3rd. Neither has an easy end to their season, as the Huns finish against the Blacks, and the Reds finish against the Dallas Harlequins.
Meanwhile the 'Quins and the Blacks play next week, with the winner virtually assured of finishing 1st.
|Texas DI Men League||
So this we know for the National Round of 32:
Provo will host a game against either the Dallas Reds or Austin Huns.
The Austin Blacks and Dallas Harlequins will host playoff games, with the Kansas City Blues being one of those visiting teams.
Glendale and Denver Barbarians will find out next week whether they host or travel.