Saturday at Nate Cockerill’s home in Lincoln Square, six of this season’s regulars, along with an old new face, played a game to end all games. It ended around 1 a.m. after the Fall 1918–yes, 1918–turn in the following center counts:
Take a look at Game No. 127’s center chart, which hints at some great stories. Six of the seven players shared or held the lead at various times, and it looks like two of them threatened solos in what clearly was an epic game.
And best of all, the aforementioned regulars will be at Peter Yeargin’s home this Saturday to do it all over again. But first, I hope they’ll check in here to share their thoughts on our club’s longest game to date.