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Memorial Day Shootout - May 31, 2010

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In a matchup in keeping with the military tone of the Holiday weekend, the
Tri-State TANKERS traveled to Corydon Indiana to play the Southern Indiana
GENERALS. The late afternoon game was a re-match that ended in a victory for the
Tankers three weeks ago.
Behind USI Alumni Melvin Halls 11 points and Brandon Carrs 10, The Tankers
Turned in a big first quarter, finishing the period on top 39-21.
With back to back blocks by Wes Caudill, the second quarter started off to favor
the Tankers. Olijade Hay mirrored with back to back blocks as well, while Tyler
George stole the ball and passed to Melvin Hall for two points. At halftime the
score was 63-46.
Dereke Soaper stole the ball and made a two pointer in the third quarter along
with Brandon Carr turning a defensive rebound into two points each single
handedly. The end of the third quarter scoreboard showed the Tankers in the in
the lead 97-74.
The highlight of the fourth quarter was when Soaper stole the ball and dribbled
to the basket scoring 2 points with an off the backboard slam dunk. The Tankers
scored a total of 50 points in the final period bringing the final score to
The Tankers were led in scoring by Melvin Hall with 40 points and Dereke Soaper
with 29. Tyler George turned in a triple double with 24 pts, 10 rebounds, and 15
assists. Casey Eaton, Brandon Carr, and Wes Caudill each turned in
double-doubles: Carr with 24 pts-22 rebounds, Eaton with 16 pts-10 assists, and
Caudill with 10 pts-10 assists. Olajide Hay hauled down ten rebounds for the
11 minutes of TANKERS vs GENERALS can be seen at
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Orlando Lightning capture 2015 title - 3 Years ago
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Lightning win season opener - 3 Years ago
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