League Play

Some articles on league play, league, play:

Toledo City League (OHSAA) - History - 1960s
... and Start are built in 1962 and both begin league play immediately, with football following for the 1963-64 school year ... Francis would also join the league with them at the same time after opening in 1955 ... The City League's football championship game, called the Shoe Bowl, begins in 1966 ...
Culture Of Chicago - Sports
... Chicago is one of only a few cities to have its major sports teams play within its city limits ... cities that has two Major League Baseball teams, and the only city to have always had more than one baseball team since the forming of the American League in 1900 ... The Chicago White Sox of the American League, who won the World Series in 2005, play at U.S ...
Seasons In English Football - Qualification For European Competitions
... football Clubs who do well in either the Premier League, FA Cup or League Cup can qualify to compete in various UEFA-organised Europe-wide competitions in the ... Who Qualifies Notes UEFA Champions League Club finishing 1st in the Premier League Club finishing 2nd in the Premier League Club finishing 3rd in the Premier League UEFA Champions League Playoff-Round for ... If the title holder has not already qualified for the Champions League, they will take the spot and the club finishing 4th in the table will enter the UEFA Europa League ...
Lehigh Mountain Hawks Football - Lafayette Rivalry
... the last 11 at Goodman, and 16 of 25 since Patriot League play began ... Lembo’s team promptly went 11-0 and won the Patriot League ... won 44 games, claimed two Patriot League titles, made two playoff appearances and dominated league play (26-7) ...
Mission Valley Athletic League - League Play
... The school with the best record in MVAL play in a sport ends up with an automatic berth to whatever tournament it qualifies for ...

Famous quotes containing the words play and/or league:

    In our rhythm of earthly life we tire of light. We are glad when the day ends, when the play ends; and ecstasy is too much pain.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)

    We’re the victims of a disease called social prejudice, my child. These dear ladies of the law and order league are scouring out the dregs of the town. C’mon be a glorified wreck like me.
    Dudley Nichols (1895–1960)