The Renegades were crowned the champions of the Battle Court Fall Championship on Friday night, December 15th, securing the victory in the first three matches by dominating the Cyclones. The fan turnout was impressive and they were loud, very loud, cheering for their Battle Court teams in the finals. Here are details of the three matches that were played. There were five matches planned, if needed, in this Battle Court Championship Final where the first team to win three matches would be the winner.
Favored Renegade team Goenaga-Ben (-335) won over the Cyclones Jeden-Manny (+230) in two sets with scores of 6-0 and 6-2 in the opening match of the night.
The underdog Renegade team of Williams-Aratz (+280) scored an unexpected runaway victory over the heavily favored Cyclone team of Ikeda-Bueno (-435) with a 6-1 victory in the third set. Set scores in order were 6-5, 2-6 and 6-1.
The third match featured Cyclones Carballo-Manu (+130) versus the Renegades Goixerri-Ubilla (-180) and the victory was clinched by the Renegades in two sets with scores of 6-2 and 6-1.
Goixerri is the team captain for the Renegades and has been a dominating force at the Magic City Fronton inside the Magic City Casino in Miami, Florida. Congratulations to the Rebote Renegades on their victory!
Battle Court matches resume in February 2024 with a 6th team to be added to the Battle Court competition. The next draft is scheduled for January 9th. Five new players, including the world famous Lopez, ranked #2 in the world, will be joining the Battle Court roster. Things will definitely be heating up in Miami!