This past Saturday, Voodoo took time out of practice to go split squad and challenge Seattle’s Downpour and youth club team Fryz. Voodoo was plenty impressed with the intensity both of these squads brought to the field. The first two games saw the VoodoO squad take on Fryz and VooDoo take on Downpour. Working on our different O/D sets, Voodoo played a couple of strong games before switching competition. The second round saw some over-thinking falterings but both squads were able to pull themselves back together.
The split squads then took on each other with the D line going up 3 breaks before O got on the board. Both lines would trade as O couldn’t quite find a rhythm. But like a Gloria Estefan song the rhythm eventually caught up with the O line and before you knew it they were 3 breaks back and tied it up before securing a final d and score for the win.
Voodoo spent the rest of practice examining some handler movement and creating cutting lanes.
Here’s a sweet video from Fryz Ultimate from the scrimmage: