Teotihuacan Priest Liga Mexicana de Elite champion

Teotihuacan Priest Liga Mexicana de Elite champion

05 Jul 2011 | Henrik Lundqvist
 

The first ever champion of the new Mexican league Liga Mexicana de Elite is Teotihuacan Priest, who defeated Mayan Astronomers in last weekend's finals.

 
 
 
 
The LME finals was played in three games, July 1 to 3.

Teotihuacan Priest won the deciding third game 2-1, which brought to an end the season that began back in October 2010.

In that decisive game, Adrian Bazbaz gave Teotihuacan Priest a 1-0 lead at 13:22, assisted by Hector Carrero and Daniel Obregon. Mayan Astronomer's Ruben Cuevas tied it early in the second period, at 21:34, assisted by Guillermo Diaz and Andres Ramirez.

The game and series winner was scored at 26:18 by Rodrigo Meza from Manuel Escandon and Luis David Gonzalez.

Teotihuacan Priest won the first game 5-0 and could have secured the championship in Saturday's game, but Mayan Astronomers got the 5-4 win.

Next LME season will start in October 2011 and a yet-to-be-named fifth team is expected to enter the league.
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