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Updates! | - 01.31.2005
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I'll try to do this more quickly next time so these updates won't become huge, but whatever, deal with it.

Counter-Strike Main -

2:2 - We played "just2good" on nuke for our second match of week two and just like the match before on nuke, we really stepped it up and came together as a TEAM and won 25-5.

3:1 -We played "waambulance" on train, which I'll go out on a limb and say isn't one of our best maps. After losing the first 7 ct rounds, we came back and won the next 8, which was a huge confidence booster. Going into the second half, we carried this momentum and quickly won the half 10-5, making the final score 18-12.

3:2 - We played "efeX" which is the same players that defeated us in week 1:1, "high performance". Simply put, they beat us in week 1 on a map we didn't know, then got kicked off their team, somehow got a new cal teams spot in main, and we played them again. After they won the first 7 wons, we continued our trend and won 8 straight in a row. On our t side, efeX stacked where we rushed pistol round and despite a nice effort by cai, we lost the round. After losing 8 rounds to them on our t side and only winning 1, we finally got our heads into the game, focused, and won 7 straight to force the tie and overtime. In overtime, we won all 3 ct rounds, then we switched to terrorist. We lost the first round, but in the second round overtime after some nice kills by spdy, kane, and cai we managed to get the round for the match. It was an intense game with us coming out on top, 20-16.

Currently, we our 1st in our division and 4th out of all CAL-main. We will continue to try and win all of our matches and try to win CAL-main.

Counter-Strike Source -

4:1 - Forfeit win......

5:1 - 5th match in CAL-source was against Midwest5 on de_tides (???). This was right after our long match against efeX, and although I don't want to make excuses of why we lost I think us being tired and worn out had alot to do with it. We lost the first half on tides 7-8, and then they won second half after we lost hope 14-1, making it a 22-8 loss for us. We played 2 scrims before this match and this team ONLY plays source and were good sports, so good luck to them.

I'll update more frequent, if anyone cares :) Feedback?

Season Starts! | - 01.20.2005
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Sorry for the late news, but its better than nothing. First I'll start off with Counter-Strike main.

Our first match was vs. high performance on strike, and due to us not knowing the map or practicing the map until the day of the match, we lost a close 17-13. 1:2 match was vs fonix and turned out to be a pretty fun match, with us winning 23-7. We talked with the guys from fonix and they seemed really cool, so good luck to them. Recently, on Janurary 19th, we faced Apathy and won 26-4 on nuke. Although it seems like we dominated them, many clutch rounds such as an amazing 3v5 and a 1v4 ( helped keep our momentum up through the match. After a BYE and a team dying, we are 4-1-0, 3rd in our division, and oddly enough, 3rd in all of CAL-main as of 1/22/05.

1:1 match on prodigy was a forfeit win since zeroping could not get 5 members on at match time. 2:1 was on aztec, and was a really stressful match. Server lag and fps lag on aztec made for a shitty combination, but clutch rounds like rhinos 1v3 lagged awp shots helped win the match, 17-13. Our 1:3 match on cbble was vs. cut4life, and after a 12-3 t side, we won ct pistol round to win the match, 21-9. The score could've been higher if we had taken it more seriously after the win, but thats okay.

So far, we are 4-1-0 in CAL-main and 3-0-0 in CAL-source. We're off to a good start, and hope to stay undefeated in source, win our division in CAL-main, and hopefully make deep runs into both playoff brackets.[/b]

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