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