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Seattle Swift was the only AAA Class team on the combined leaderboard, as the Spaceland-Houston Pre-Nationals 2018 had a separate competition draw for the eight rounds. Dallas 350ish and Seattle Swift were separated by only one point, and the same sequences would have made the AAA Class competition even more exciting.
The AA Class leaderboard featured teams from three different leagues, and three A Class teams had their mixed leaderboard, as well. The teams in these two categories also completed different numbers of rounds at the different locations; however, the rankings did not change after the adjustments of the leaderboard, even though Epic Thunder finished closer to DasSponge after five rounds.
July 14th, 2018
|4||The Whiny Bitches||VPC||0||5||3||4||2||-||-||-||14||2.8|
|1||Waiting on Nuts||NWSL||7||8||-2||5||6||9||-1||5||-1||-||-||40||6.7|
|1||Beauty & the Beasts||NCSL||4||5||7||5||-||-||-||-||21||5.3|
JEWL, formerly known as 2Pairs, won the AA Class competition over the second NCSL team 4Tune, both ahead of new NWSL team Broncos.
It was the first outdoor competition for JEWL after four meets of the World Tunnel League in Northern California. 4Tune had attended NCSL outdoor meets throughout the 2017 season and competed at the USPA Nationals 2017.
JEWL members Jessica Lee and Ethan DeLano won USPA silver medals in the AA/Intermediate Class with the Cali4nia Raptors at the same event last year. The 10.3 average with JEWL after six rounds is already in the expected Top 10 range at the national championships.
The order on the A Class leaderboard was reversed between Northwest and Northern California. Waiting on Nuts outscored even NWSL AA Class team Broncos in Round 1 at the team's second outdoor meet this year and won the A Class competition as easily as JEWL in the AA Class.
July 14th, 2018
|4||The Whiny Bitches||VPC||0||5||3||4||2||-||14||2.8|
|1||Waiting on Nuts||NWSL||7||8||-2||5||6||9||-1||-||35||7.0|