Posted On: 07/28/19 5:12 PM

The hardwood of court 4 was nearly blistered Monday when the final whistle signaled that Wheat State Elite - Ferguson (Chaos) had survived a high octane battle with rival Ohlde Elite 2020 Pink in the most anticipated game of the Reign the Plains MAYB exposure tournament.  This was not just a "Queens of the Court," win the pool game.  This was a bragging rights game between two of the best, if not the best, club teams Kansas has to offer this summer.  Many of the crowd thought a college game broke out at Wichita Sports Forum.

It had in a sort.  The teams each have many players committed, verbally and signed, to play at NCAA Division I and II schools come 2020.  Their play sealed that they belong there and their teammates made serious arguments that they should be also.  When all was said and done two beat up, exhausted teams congratulated each other and strode off with their coaches to collapse on the floor for a quick talk.  Both teams had been hammering opponents leading up to this game.  Both team's last games of the day, would be "survive the day" games.  Little gas was left in the tank

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