Phi Sigma Kappa wins two

By Eddie Garcia

DeKALB | This week in the Greek “B” league, Phi Sigma Kappa defeated both Phi Kappa Theta and Phi Kappa Psi in two secure victories, 47-0 and 47-8.

In both games, Phi Sigma Kappa relied on good offense and outstanding defense as the team combined for eight total passing touchdowns and six interceptions, four of which resulted in a pick-six — when the intercepting team returns the interception for a touchdown.

Phi Sigma Kappa, while disappointed on giving up a score in their second game, will look to improve next week.

“We’re trying to work together to keep a shutout every game,” said Noah Tederis, sophomore Phi Sigma Kappa member.

Teams look to work together in hopes of winning the four-week long tournament, which began last week.

The journey to the championship resumes 6 p.m. today with Delta Chi battling Sigma Nu in the Greek “A” league and the other Phi Kappa Sigma versus Sigma Alpha Epsilon in the Greek “B” league on the Outdoor Recreation Sport Complex fields one and two.