The SpiteNET League
November 2004 - Round
Round 1 is here
|In the tables below the columns stand for:
Player = The name of the player
ID = The Player ID for the player
M = Number of Matches played
W = Number of matches Won
L = Number of matches Lost
S = The Score (The total number of GAMES won within each match minus the total number of GAMES lost within each match)
This round ends midnight
|KathyG vs Sharon||2-1||the final|
KathyG vs Caz
|Caz vs Bo||2-0||the final|
The top two players from each group go on to the semi-finals
The name "Sasquatch" originates with the Salish "Indians" of
Arguably the animal highest on any cryptozoologist’s list is Scotland’s Nesse, the Loch Ness Monster. Sighted as far back as the 6th century AD, it was the addition of a modern road around the lake in the 1930s that brought about an avalanche of sightings. Loch Ness is the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles, 24 miles long and at one point is 1 1/2 miles wide. It has an average depth of 450 feet and at times plunges close to a 1,000. It is cold and murky, with dangerous currents. In short, it is the perfect place to hide a monster from even the most prying eyes of science. Nesse has been known to cross the road (why?) and several motorists have had near collisions with it. More money has probably been spent in attempting to scientifically verify its existence than on any other creature.
2004 - Round 1
this round has finished
Round 2 is here
Jersey Devil Group
The chupacabra ("goat sucker") is an animal said to be unknown to science and systemically killing animals in places like Puerto Rico and Mexico. The creature's name originated with the discovery of some dead goats in Puerto Rico with puncture wounds in their necks and their blood allegedly drained. Since it was first sighted in 1994, there have been more than 2,000 reported cases of animal mutilations in Puerto Rico in the last two years attributed to the chupacabra.
The Caddy Group
Off the British Colombian coast of Cadboro Bay lives a monster, affectionately named Caddy or Cadborosaurus Willsi. It is described as a long, serpent like beast with flippers, hair on the neck, and a camel like head. Reported as between 40 to 70 ft in length, the monster has been seen less than 100 times in the last 60 years, but the sightings remain consistent and precise, usually because it is visible long enough to get an accurate description. The descriptions place Caddy as some sort of a mammal, long and slender, with a bifurcated tail. It has been sighted eating ducks and seagulls.
|Caz||Bo||Mlg 1||Phoebe||Kathy H|
Beginning in the 1950s, many credible witnesses have reported seeing a strange humanoid bipedal reptilian creature on a road in Loveland, Ohio, adjacent to a river. It is described as being 3 to 4 ft tall with leathery skin and a head like that of a lizard or frog. In the 1970s it was seen on 2 separate occasions by police officers who saw it flee by jumping the guardrail and scattering down the embankment into the river. Theories range from a secret race of lizard men inhabiting Ohio's rivers to it having been a Nile monitor lizard or a large iguana (although lizards don’t walk upright). Abnormally large reptiles and reptile men have also been reported in other parts of the US, including the "Lizardman" of Wayne, NJ, and the "Giant Lizard" of Milton, KY.
The Thunderbird Group
Also known as ba'a' (Comanche) and chequah (Potawatomi), the Thunderbird is a gigantic bird with a wingspan of over 20 feet, sighted most often in