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PLL Week 7 Results: Atlas, Archers + Chaos Triumph

The PLL definitely puts out a great product for fans to watch, with exciting game play every week. Catch up on the PLL Week 7 results from Denver.

The PLL definitely puts out a great product for fans to watch, with exciting game play every week. Denver was no exception. Catch up on the PLL Week 7 results.

PLL Week 7 Results

Atlas – 18, Redwoods – 15

Connor Buczek had a hat trick in the first quarter, as Atlas went-off on a 9-2 run for the duration of the first quarter with seven of those goals being assisted.

The second quarter was more even, as the scoring would go 5-4 in favor of Atlas. The brief four-goal run by Redwoods would be answered, however, as Atlas would outscore and outlast Redwoods Lacrosse Club.

Chaos – 13, Whipsnakes – 12

Jarrod Neumann had an early two-point bomb for Chaos to get the fans riled up. The first quarter would end in a 3-3 tie, with both teams showcasing incredible talent in the Mile High City.

A goal in the second quarter by Matt Rambo was initially called good, but Chaos head coach Andy Towers challenged the play as it appeared Rambo was in the crease. It would prove to be a good call by the seasoned — and incredibly chiseled — head coach.

Chaos would take the 12-9 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Whipsnakes would outscore Chaos in the fourth quarter by a margin of 3-to-1, but it wouldn’t be enough as Chaos held on for the win.

Archers – 9, Chrome – 7

In a game in which both teams were in must-win situations would prove to a tight contest as Marcus Holman and Tom Schreiber would lead the offensive-attack for Archers LC, while both teams’ defenses played incredibly well in the low-scoring affair.

Two fourth-quarter goals would give Archers LC the win over Chrome.

Archers kept their playoff hopes alive with the win in Denver.

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