Our final winners from the Sweet Sixteen were:
1. Angel Moroni, 3. CTR Rings, 5. Large Families, and 11. Scripture Marking. Dan, NOW YOU KNOW MY PAIN!
Stiff upper lip, people! We must persevere:
1. Angel Moroni vs. 3. CTR Rings
Just recently, The Angel Moroni out-iconned Temple Square, 58-42. Meanwhile, CTR Rings ran…um…rings around the Cultural Hall trying to impress the Young Women, 58-42.
My prediction: In this epic battle of better branding, I take the Angel over the Acronym.
4. Pioneer Day vs. 12. Euphemisms (Heck, Darn, Flip)
Previously, Pioneer Day went low-carb, calling for barbeques and setting aside the funeral potatoes, 64-36 (*snif*). Also, Euphemisms saw straight through Johnny Lingo’s shiz, 61-39.
My prediction: Cinderella bleepin’ continues into the final four. What kind of fetchin’ holiday is Pioneer Day, anyway?
4. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir vs. 5. Missions
In the last round, MoTab rocked For the Strength of Youth with some righteous songs, 84-16. Simultaneously, Missions extended their call, out-tracting scavenger hunts 90-10.
My prediction: In a mild upset, MoTab fails to translate into other cultures. Missions adapt and convert the voters.
5. Large Families vs. 11. Scripture Marking
Finally, Large Families out played, out lasted, and out ate Cheerios in Sacrament Meeting, 59-41. Meanwhile, Scripture Marking scribbled all over Dear John Letters, 56-44.
My prediction: I believe that things will go in the Family way.