The Wolves back at second
The Budapest Wolves regained the second seed in the North conference standings with a 28-13 win over the Bratislava Monarchs in their final game of the spring season.
The Wolves ran away with the game on László Csizmazia’s 60 yard touchdown run in the third quarter that increased the lead to 14 points, and the Wolves’ most consistent offensive player this year, Krisztián Piros, completed another good game with his second touchdown that put the score at 28-7.
Linebacker Balázs Ágota intercepted a pass and scored a touchdown that opened the scoring at 6-0, but Matej Havlik soon turned the game around scoring a touchdown of his own on a 3 yard run.
The Wolves still scored 14 points in the first half though, on Piros’ first touchdown catch, before he and Czizmazia scored the decisive points of the game in the third and fourth quarter. Both touchdown passes were thrown by Attila Lendvai.