March 13, 2023 Daily Recap: Valorant

March 13, 2023 Daily Recap: Valorant

Published on March 14, 2023

This week, our third week of games, we have some very exciting Valorant division one and division two matches. Let’s get right into it!

Division One

We start it off with Everett Area vs. Bishop Guilfoyle on Monday, March 13, at 3:30 pm. Everett Area put up a good fight, but Bishop Guilfoyle ended up taking the win with a 13-6 score. Remember, in Valorant, the first team to reach a score of 13 wins. Great way to start the week, Bishop Guilfoyle!

The second match of Somerset vs. Penn Trafford was rescheduled to a different date.

Our third and final division one Valorant match for the week was Holidaysburg vs. Greater Johnstown on Monday, March 13, at 5:30 pm. This was quite a close game, with Holidaysburg managing to round out the score very close to Greater Johnstown. However, Greater Johnstown ultimately beat Holidaysburg by 3 points, ending the game with a 13-10 victory. Good job Greater Johnstown!

Division Two

Next up is our Valorant division two matches! On Monday, March 13, we had two stellar division two Valorant matches as well. At 3:30 pm we watched Richland go head to head against Greater Altoona CTC. Richland fought well, but Greater Altoona CTC remains one of the powerhouses of the season as they stormed Richland and took the win with a 13-3 score. Fantastic work GACTC Goats!!

Our last Valorant division two game of the day was Westmont Hilltop vs. Shade at 4:30 pm. After some back and forth, Shade defeated Westmont Hilltop with a 13-4 score. Westmont Hilltop tried their best, but it was ultimately not enough this match. Shade powered through, once again bringing glory to their leading esports title. Shoutout to PapaSpotts for his stellar performance, ending the game with the highest average combat score of 361 with 23 eliminations. Wonderful job Shade!

If you want to rewatch these matches, they are all available on our Twitch, at TheEsportCompany and TECHighSchoolGroup! Stay tuned for more!

Written by Regina Ann Nappo

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