Wednesday, June 18, 2008

The Silencers Break Through in Season 6

After years of dominating the regular season but falling short in the playoffs, the Syracuse Silencers won the Williamson (formerly Jaha) World Series in 7 games. The Silencers were able to prevent the Lumber Company from winning their 3rd title in 4 seasons. The Silencers have averaged 103 wins per season for the past three seasons but had yet to translate that success into a World title. In a matchup of the two highest scoring teams in the league, the Silencers were able to outlast the Lumber Company on the road in front of the rowdy Colordao fans.

Congrats to oddson for winning his 4th HBD World Series title.

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