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Scream Patch c. 1990?

Scream patch, c. 1989-91, from the collection of Michael Karman.
Scream patch, c. 1989-91, from the collection of Michael Karman.

This patch came from the collection of Michael Karman, who played on Scream, based out of Illinois, as well as Aftershock, Farside and James Gang. This patch likely dates to sometime in between 1989 and 1991 when Scream merged with the Lords to form Aftershock.
Karman now plays with Northwest Rogue.

On the Team Aftershock website,¬†Scream’s history is described by (likely) Renick Miller.
“Scream was a younger up and coming team. They had finished second to the Lords of Discipline in a couple large national events as well as local event, just not having the experience or horse power of the Lords.” … “Scream played a fast aggressive game, never intimidated by stronger teams they always took their game to their opponent winning and losing along the way but always staying true to the push forward style of play.”
Find the source for this quote and more on Scream, the Lords’ and Aftershock’s history at:
http://www.teamaftershock.com/history.htm

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