2004: Two, Two, Two Team Turnover
Just business as usual in the SFFL... The Northwest Division churned again this offseason with the Hemo Goblins making the stunning announcement that they would not return for 2004, followed shortly there after by the Destroyers walking away. But on a more positive note, the Eager Beaver, now known as Da Bears decided to come out of retirement after a two years slumber. Also joining the fray this season is Rob Litten's N3V1L in the Northwest Division.
|Northeast Division||Owner||Northwest Division||Owner|
|Dynamic Duo||Jim Sargeant||Da Bears||Dave Daigle|
|Gravy Boat Captains||Rob Vanderwer||Doughboys||Scott Sargeant|
|Rough Riders||Chris Clark||N3V1L||Rob Litten|
|Southeast Division||Owner||Southwest Division||Owner|
|Private's Parts||Bob Sikorski||Fighting Lounge Chairs||Len Swiat|
|TigerSharks||Tom Kuenzi||Invaders||Eric Palmer|
|Young Guns||Ron Mazur||THRAK||Kevin Papendick|
The mid-season factoid...
The Northeast Division saw the Dynamic Duo at 6-2 with a one game lead over the Rough Riders (5-3) and two games over the Gravy Boat Captains at 4-4.
In the Northwest Division, N3V1L were riding high at 5-2-1, with a 2-1/2 game lead over both the Da Bears and Doughboys (3-5).
The Southeast Division as usual had Private's Parts (4-4) leading the Young Guns (3-3-1) by a half a game and the hungover TigerSharks (3-5) by one game.
The Southwest Division found the Fighting Lounge Chairs (5-3) leading THRAK (4-4) by one game and the Invaders (2-6) by two games.(klp 11/02/04)