The Florida group followed up just a few days later at iFLY Orlando and posted scores in all six categories last night. The videos still need to be edited and will be uploaded shortly. The participating Indoor Cloud League groups now have time until the end of the month to improve the scores.
FSL indoor head coach Ari Perelman once again guided all participants of the FSL Tunnel Kicker through the competition sequences, together with his assistant coaches Robert Chromy, Gilles Dutrisac and Kurt Gaebel. The four coaches also competed in the AAA Class for Florida and posted a 21-pointer after a 1-point deduction.
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Erica Gorski had a few flying sessions with Ari Perelman while the other assistant coaches were preparing the other seven lineups for the competition sequences at the end of Thursday's late night flying time. Her progression was impressive enough to convince the head coach that she would be able to master the Rookie A Class sequences in her first 4way experience.
Her lineup (Erica Gorski, Mikaela Fernandez, Ari Perelman, Gilles Dutrisac) was the only one in this category, and the Florida group depended on the group's performance for the total score. The 18-pointer was a great start into Erica Gorski's 4way career, and the video of her competition round will show how well she mastered the challenge.
Player coach Robert Chromy guided Craig Sagelow, Robert Harris and Mikaela Fernandez to the 23-pointer in the Rookie AA Class. FSL team Pyro4ic were only shortly behind. Rebecca Kristof, Matthew Hillson, Grant Underland and Frederic Bonneville scored their 21-pointer without the help of a player coach.
Florida's total score of 113 points is lower than in the previous months and may open a door for the competitive Nortwest group at iFLY Seattle. Ari Perelman may have to call the group back together later this month...