In a season that first started with a six-game winning streak after losing its second game, the Indianapolis AlleyCats (9-2) secure a playoff spot with a win against Detroit Mechanix, 40-20.
With only four games left in the season, Indianapolis AlleyCats (8-2) are in second place in the Midwest Division, just one game behind Madison. They also need one win to earn a playoff spot.
In a game that some would compare to David versus Goliath, the Indianapolis AlleyCats came out and defeated the Madison Radicals, 21-20, ending a 16-game losing-streak.
In a rematch from week 4, Indianapolis AlleyCats (7-2) have another chance to win against the 2017 Midwest champions.
Racing is a part of Bille Lehmann's life now and he has learned a lot throughout his life.
Indianapolis AlleyCats defeat Chicago Wildfire, 26-21. With this win, they move into first place in the Midwest Division.
With only six games remaining in the season, this game against the Chicago Wildfire will impact the postseason.
For more than four years the Indianapolis AlleyCats, a professional ultimate-frisbee team, have called the south side their home.
Indianapolis AlleyCats defense shines against divisional foe. John Jones led the team with five blocks.
Indianapolis AlleyCats keep winning streak alive against divisional opponent. One of the AlleyCats even made the first "Greatest" in the season.