Orlando Aces vs South Beach Palms – Matchup Preview

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Orlando Aces vs South Beach Palms – Matchup Preview

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Saturday

7/3/2021

10:30 AM

Orange County Convention Center

 

Both the Orlando Aces and the South Beach Palms made it to the Semi Final match in the As 1 Tournament in December 2020.

The Aces lost on the final race to the eventual Champion, the Fort Lauderdale Lions. The Palms also lost on the final race to the runner up, to the Gainesville Wild. Both matches were extremely close.

The Orlando Aces are built around head coach and star player Taylar Stallings as arguably the top strength specialist in the League.

The Palms also feature a star player and head coach in Bryleigh Hansen who was voted the 2019 utility player of the year.

Both teams had the majority of their team re-signing from 2020 so will be leveraging established team chemistry coming into this match.

Aces - Match Active Roster
STARTERS

 

34 Taylar Stallings 50 Alex Velez
13 Megan Mederios 20 Kyle Massey
6 Olivia Scott 32 Miguel Santis
33 Kay Williams 7 Darren Lasso
2 Becky Loughridge 30 Kevin Barraez

 

ALTERNATES

 

5 Tricia Davis 2 Stephen Demico (Wild Card)
9 Lacy Boyd 3 Darryl McNeil
8 Janet Durant    

Definitions:

Starter – the first 5 players in either gender allowed to play in a match.

Alternate – a non-starter that can be activated by benching an active player for the remainder of the match.

WildCard – the only alternate allowed to be activated without permanently benching an active player. A WC is limited to 2 races per match.

 

Palms - Match Active Roster
STARTERS

 

23 Bryleigh Hansen 6 Brett Henry
8 Heather Hudson 9 Brent Proctor
1 Mairead Fogarty 35 Brandon Thayres
7 Jessica Plascencia 26 Cade Johnson
17 Brianna Maxwell 11 Jeff Lora

 

ALTERNATES

 

21 Jay (Jused) Melian 18 Chris Acosta
    2 Kodi Shaefer (Wild Card)
    13 Michael Shearn

Definitions:

Starter – the first 5 players in either gender allowed to play in a match.

Alternate – a non-starter that can be activated by benching an active player for the remainder of the match.

WildCard – the only alternate allowed to be activated without permanently benching an active player. A WC is limited to 2 races per match.

 

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