If this tournament proved on thing for Revolver, it's that they can come from behind and win. After their win over Doublewide the day before, Revolver duplicated their results against Sub Zero. The Minneapolis squad led the entire way, but started to look a bit dogged as they faltered during the final points of the game. 13-12 Revolver.
The roller coaster ride of a weekend that the Santa Barbara Condors were having just took a couple more turns in the fifth round. Playing against Truck Stop, a team playing extremely well, the Condors found the same rhythm they had playing against Jam. They moved the disc quickly, and pounced when the time was right. Truck Stop, on the other hand, had way too many unforced errors. Yet again, at double game point, the Condors pulled of the victory, 13-12.
In their game against Doublewide, Jam's offense seemed click more than at other times during the weekend. Between their flat stack, vertical stack, L-stack, and sidestack, the San Francisco team has a lot of sets to know and perfect. But in this game they found a good rhythm against a team that had a lot of good things going for them.
Doublewide's handlers are extremely talented—they have all the big throws, and are as accurate with them as anyone else in the country. At times, though, they rush their decisions and end up with the undesired results in turns. Jam took advantage of that aspect of the Doublewide game, winning 13-9.
In what seemed like the most outmatched game of the tournament, Bravo easily took down Voodoo. Bravo experimented with their rotation for most of the game, and gave some their key players' legs a bit of a rest. Bravo wins 13-9.