The Squirrels finished in second place in the C division, meaning they will play the Bullhawks on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. for their first playoff game.
In the rest of the C division, Snipe won it after losing only three games all season. Enigma finished in third place. Enigma and the Squirrels both finished with 27 points, but the Squirrels won the tiebreaker with an extra victory. Silver Spring had led the league most of the summer but lost four in a row down the stretch, including two to the Squirrels, and dropped to fourth place.
After starting the year strongly, the 5 Holes finished in fifth place, losing six of their final 8 games. However, they ended the season with a solid 5-0 victory against Silver Spring.
Last season’s runner-ups, the Chupacabras, finished in 6th place with a .500 record. Bullhawks, Mors ab Alto and Storm followed.
For the regular season, the Squirrels once again had the best defense, allowing only 49 goals, despite playing one game without a goaltender and giving up six. Bob Sewell led the league with the best goals-against-average – 2.21. Snipe by far led the league in offense, scoring 143 goals.