Cornhole Standings

Cornhole - Fridays (Late Fall '19)


Unprotected Sacks photo First Place Trophy

Cornhole - Fridays (Late Fall '19)

  Unprotected Sacks

Still the Best!

The "Unprotected Sacks" are our Friday cornhole champions once again, cruising to a to a 3-1 win over the #2 seed "Cornholio". Prior to the win "Unprotected Sacks" made quick work of #4 "Team A" while "Cornholio" defeated a quality "Wrong hole" squad 3-1.

Another season, another championship for our perennial contenders, though this season featured some tougher competition than in season's past. With it came 3 ties in the first 4 games of the season for "Unprotected Sacks", good for a starting record of 1-0-3. While still a decent start to the season for most, for our champs it was more akin to a stumble out of the gates.

But, as expected, they kicked it to another level. In doing so they won 6 straight games to end the season, finishing with a 7-0-3 record and a league leading +23 point differential. That includes back to back wins in the playoffs.

Congratulations to the "Unprotected Sacks" on another fantastic season!

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Cornholio photo
Second Place Trophy

Cornhole - Fridays (Late Fall '19)
Second Place


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  Team Wins Losses Draws Ranking
1   Unprotected Sacks 7 0 3 17 23
2   Cornholio 6 2 2 14 16
3   Wrong hole 4 2 3 11 8
4   Team A 1 7 1 3 -19
5   Cornadoes 0 7 1 1 -28
How are Standings Calculated?
Winners receive 2 points, each team in a tie receives 1 point, and losers receive 0 points. If you forfeit, you lose a point, so don't forfeit! Plus, two forfeits make your team ineligible for playoffs.

Teams are ranked by (1) Ranking Points, (2) Head to Head Two Teams Only*, (3) Point Differential, (4) Coin Toss.

Head to Head is only used if there are two teams tied. Ties involving 3+ teams disregard H2H and move on to point differential for the tiebreaker.
º Forfeits
Parenthesized numbers indicate wins or losses by forfeit.
When calculating Ranking Points, forfeits may be weighted differently than normal wins and losses.