Light Goes For Three-Peat In $25,000 International Cup At Royal Palm
RATON, FL Two-time defending champion Bud Light knows it
has a bulls-eye on their jerseys as Billy Buschs team goes
for a three-peat in the $25,000 USPA International Cup against Henley
House Sunday at 3 p.m. at Royal Palm Polo.
havent lost a game in this tournament in two years and the
pressure is on us, said Busch, who has scored four goals in
two games in 2004. In a single-elimination tournament every
game is important, but weve risen to the challenge. Every
team plays a little harder to try to knock us out.
Light defeated C Spear 10-9 in the 2003 final and beat San Antonio
13-7 in the 2002 final. Bud Light defeated Graymar Farm 10-9 in
overtime in the quarterfinals and beat C Spear 10-8 in the semifinals.
Light is led by 7-goaler Pablo Spinacci, who has scored a team-high
nine goals. Busch, a 4-goaler, and 6-goaler Joey Casey, have four
goals apiece while 1-goaler Inaki Laprida has scored three goals.
House is led by Francisco Lanusse and Ruben Sola.
Light is also entered in the 20-goal Monty Waterbury Cup, which
begins next week at Royal Palm Polo.
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