I just wanted to say that, as a fan, I am very excited with the direction PIHA has taken. All of you PIHA players have been playing in tournaments on the regional and national levels for some years. Those of us who haven't been as fortunate, or skilled (LOL), only have PIHA to live through. Over the past few years, You always heard the same few names mentioned as the "Elite" in PIHA: CJ Yoder, Briang Yingling, Jay Mazer, Sean Sullivan, Brian Fishcer, Darrell Interbartolo, John Pinheiro, Steve Yingling, etc..
I must say, since the recent further expansion, it is nice to see some new names on the stat leader board. I'm sure most of you PIHA and college players are familiar with all the best players in the country. I, as a fan, have never heard the names of some of these players on the new expansion teams racking up a phenominal amount of points. It's awesome to see that, after the expansion, new faces are brought to the forefront. Not that I have anything against the other guys. It's just new and exciting to see names other than Sullivan, Yingling, Interbartollo, etc among the points leaders.
I have always been interested and followed PIHA since its inception some years back. The recent expansions, however, have brought forth a whole different agenda. New teams, new faces, new "elite" players.
I guess all I have to say is Kudos to PIHA and all its organizations. What people once thought would die off quickly, is now an expanding, progressing league for the masses.
Re: PIHA's Progress
after reading the other thread regarding the savannah stingers and how two of the league leaders scroed 50 pts in 4 games....i retract my previous post with the exception of now 1 or 2 new players stacking up. The 2 guys from SC were part of my thinking,b ut if they scored 50 pts in 4 games playing againt a "bottom feeder" team, that really doesnt justify being atop the leader board in my opinion.
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Re: PIHA's Progress
Damn.....Thats all i have to say.