Director Lindsay Soo explores Ring of Fire's journey in the 2019 semifinal against Sockeye, as they confront past failures and attempt to blaze a new pathway to success.
August 5, 2020 by Aidan Shapiro-Leighton in Livewire with 0 comments
Raleigh’s Ring of Fire has qualified for club nationals 23 consecutive years, advancing to 8 semifinals and 1 final, but they have never won a title. The 2019 squad was positioned to change that, featuring young, experienced leaders and role players who grew up within the Triangle Ultimate system through high school, YCC, and college. Director Lindsay Soo explores their journey in the semifinal against Sockeye, as they confront past failures and attempt to blaze a new pathway to success.
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