NPPL Pittsburgh 1998
Despite the weather Pro, Amateur A and Amateur B teams hit the fields in Pittsburgh, for the 1998
Pittsburgh NPPL tournament. It can add new challenges when a player has to consider whether or not
their loaders will be underwater if they take a specific bunker.
No matter, water doesn't stop
paintball players, and the competition was very fierce this year. The Professional 10 player competition
came to a very close finish. Aftershock started, and then stayed strong to take the title. 3-4th places finished
with a spread of only 19 points. This was a switch-up from their semi-final showing where they started out with
a 7 point game, and picked up steam from there. The pro finish was very close, which goes to show how well honed the talents are in
the top levels of the NPPL. Each of the 3-4th teams garnered one win vs. 2 losses in the finals.
Amateur A and B 10 player teams faced equally tough competition on the field, but
had more even distribution out of the finals with Lockout taking Amateur A, and Fusion topping the B.
And don't forget the 5 player teams... 5 player first division (amateur) came in even closer than the 10 player pros, with
a spread of only 18 points, the trophy going home in the hands of the Highlanders. Eclipse I triumphed in Division 2 (noovice).
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