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The sequence of Round 2 (21,14,22) was slower than most teams expected it to be, as the previous NSL Reality TV clip showed. No team, not even Arizona Airspeed, managed to get to the 20-pointer level. Airspeed's 19-pointer was the highscore for the round. Round 7 brings another 3-block sequence, which might be the last round of the day. It is a faster sequence, and there will probably be a few 20-pointers on the scoreboard.
The female lineup of the Golden Knights had a perfect start, while the SDC Furies were on the opposite side. Even Supersonic, the third female 4way lineup in the Open Class with two Alpha Armada members, were four points behind the US Army team after the first round. It seems like the new US national team in this category will be another Golden Knights lineup.
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The first teams were called to the boarding area at 7 am, and the meet began with the Open Class competition. Dan BC drove through the night and made it to Eloy at 4 am, just enough for a few hours of sleep before getting ready for Round 1. He had a few words for the NSL News in the morning.
Round 3 is now in progress, and it is a slow one too. Perris Fury just lost two points, and Airspeed barely completed the 20th point in working time. Rhythm had a clean 18-pointer. Stay tuned.