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TEAM HIGH ANXIETY RECRUITING !!!


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"HIGH ANXIETY" Washington D.C.

on April 02, 2005 at 22:00:14

:!: Team High Anxiety of the Baltimore / Washington metro area is currently recruiting players of all expierence levels... This is a team that is just starting out but is compromised of several with serious expierence who are looking to make a their mark in paintball. for more information contact, and for a chance to join the team contact

Captain: Taylor Bracken at ffemtbracken@firehousemail.com
2 years semi-pro w/ team Synergy of Reading, PA
4 years amature w/ team Amish Mafia Lancaster, PA

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