Games We Play: Undefeated Out-of-Towners clinch first place

A touchdown on the last play help the team finish the second round undefeated.

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January 16, 2006 05:56
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The Out-of-Towners clinched first place in their division by scoring a touchdown on the last play to beat World Class Travel 32-31 in a Heritage Affinity AFI league game on Friday at Kraft Family Stadium in Jerusalem. The Out-of-Towners finished the second round undefeated. Second place - and a spot in the Holyland Bowl playoff bracket - is at stake when Oma's, which beat Amigo US 45-0 on Friday, faces World Class Travel in the final week of the regular season. Oma's needs a win on Friday, while a tie is enough for World Class Travel. Cleveland Friends and Holy Bagel both won on Friday and have clinched spots in the Holyland Bowl playoff bracket. They will face off in the final week of the regular season to determine the division winner. T.C. Farbmans and Joe's Eagles head to the Terem Bowl playoff bracket. Misha'an Plumbers clinched first place in its division with a 39-21 win over Jump Gym on Friday. Jump, which finishes in second, will be drawn to face a Saturday night division winner in the first round of playoffs, which begin on Friday, January 27. Waxman Warriors and Norman's face off in the final week of the regular season to determine third and fourth. Lobos joins Pallorium in the Holyland Bowl playoff bracket after a 42-12 victory over TLC Communications. Pallorium went undefeated in the second round and had a bye this week, while Lobos finished in second. Friday's game between TLC Communications and Mass Mutual will determine third and fourth place.

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