Delaware County Loses Professional Sports Team

If a Crane falls in the water does anyone notice?

Columbus CranesIt appears that no one in Delaware County did when the County’s second professional team, the Columbus Cranes of the American Ultimate Disc League, slipped under the waters of Alum Creek and Westerville, Ohio.

The Cranes, who played at Westerville North High School, were part of the AUDL’s initial season which was as tumultuous around the rest of the country as it was here in Delaware County — and it was pretty fun here in Delaware County.

Columbus finished the season 7-9 however the initial owner, Michael Moses, was rumored to have been removed by the league prior to the final game according to Ultiworld.

“Columbus is done,” Indianapolis owner Thom Held said. “But [Moses] has been asked to come to the final game to show they still are an operating organization.”

The league has added a team in Cincinnati for the 2013 season and is expecting to bring a team to Cleveland for the 2014 season.

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