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A month after Resar’s collision with Chris Lloyd at the Great Lake Open, Resar is still in recovery mode. In a recent posting to the Infamous Blog, Resar recounts the incident, how his recovery is going and what the future may hold for his paintball career. A few sobering quotes from the post, “…the most terrifying experience of my life” “Had I been shot a ¼ inch higher, I would have with out a doubt lost my eye.…

Trevor Resar and Chris Lloyd meet face to face at the wall. Word is that Reser will be ok, as the ball missed his eye and broke on his cheek. He was taken to the hospital but should to be ok. His vision is a bit blurry from swelling but should make a full recovery. Infamous went on to win the Match  7-4. Update: It looks like initial reports that Resar was shot under the eye…

Early last week it was reported that Bobby Aviles and LA Infamous had parted ways. Today Social Paintball reports that he has indeed landed with his former team, the Los Angeles Ironmen. Bobby grew up in the Los Angeles area, where he gained paintball notoriety playing with the San Diego Aftermath. Aviles’ departure from Infamous may not have been solely his decision; in the past few weeks we have seen Infamous gutted. Goldman, Tempelton, and now…

Demetrius Ninios, currently with Los Angeles Infamous will be playing the Millennium Series with Manchester Firm this year. Last year Manchester Firm had two other LA Infamous players on their roster, in Brad McCurley and Damian Ryan. Last year Firm finished out the year in 2nd place overall in the SPL1 (Semi-Pro League 1) of the Millennium Series. The 2nd overall placing makes it possible for Firm to take the jump to the CPL (Champions…

Infamous beefed up their roster again today by adding Phill Shredder. Shredder has spent the last few years playing for Tademygun Outlaws. Shredder was undoubtedly the Outlaws best player as he was a dominate force on the snake side as the Outlaws number one attacker. Yesterday we speculated, were Infamous other new pick up Thomas Taylor would fit in. Would he be Infamous new main snake player after the departure of Alex Goldman? Today Infamous…

Thomas Taylor has found a new home (with some old team mates) with Los Angeles Infamous. At the end of the 2015 season, Taylor was let go from Houston Heat along with a number of other players. From the start Heat may not have been the best fit for Taylor, if you are a pro paintball player and looking to get playing time joining a team as stacked as Heat, may not be a good…