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Points Per Game
 1 Andre Murray34.5 
 2 Tyrone White Jr.29.4 
 3 Germain Jordan27.1 
 4 Jared Cunningham26.1 
 5 Morris Anderson23.5 
 6 Teeng Akol22.8 
 7 Jeff Dunn22.3 
 8 Brian Morris21.4 
 9 Marcellus Kemp21.2 
 10 Tyler Amaya19.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Blake Poole14.8 
 2 Terrence Glynn12.5 
 3 Germain Jordan11.8 
 4 Brian Morris10.3 
 5 Frantz Dorsainville9.8 
 6 Kevin Ford9.0 
 7 Calvin Hamption8.7 
 8 Teeng Akol8.6 
 9 Jared Cunningham8.3 
 10 Webster Moreland8.0 
Assists Per Game
 1 Andre Murray8.2 
 2 Morris Anderson6.7 
 3 Josh Tarver6.1 
 4 Blake Poole6.0 
 5 Germain Jordan5.3 
 6 Avery Sharer4.7 
 7 Cedale Doyle 4.5 
 8 Steffen Harvey4.2 
 9 Cameron McCaffrey4.2 
 10 Tyler Amaya4.1 
Steals Per Game
 1 Andre Murray3.8 
 2 Avery Sharer3.0 
 3 Blake Poole2.6 
 4 Morris Anderson2.5 
 5 Terrence Glynn2.4 
 6 Dwayne Wright2.4 
 7 Tyrone White Jr.2.4 
 8 Carlos Singer2.1 
 9 Kevin Bloodsaw1.8 
 10 Jared Cunningham1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 1 Gjio Bain1.8 
 2 Calvin Hampton1.2 
 3 Austin Bragg1.2 
 4 JR Moore1.1 
 5 Blake Poole1.1 
 6 Jeff Dunn1.0 
 7 Terrence Glynn1.0 
 8 Webster Moreland0.8 
Hunter stepping down as Volcanoes Head Coach - Feb 21, 2012

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Joe Navarro
Bryan Hunter will be stepping down as Head Coach of the Vancouver Volcanoes for the 2012 International Basketball League season.

Hunter will retain his position as the teams General Manager and has tabbed his former Assistant Coach, Joe Navarro , to take the helm in his place.

Navarro, a Player Scout for the the Los Angeles Clippers working with General Manager Neil Oshley also continues to conduct individual workouts for NBA players. In the IBL he has served as an Assistant Coach for the Volcanoes for the past two seasons. If that wasn't enough, Coach Navarro has spent the last eight years courtside as an Assistant at Concordia University in Portland. Getting his start at North Marion High School in Aurora, Ore., and Warrenton High School, Navarro has the ability to recognize talent and knows how to put a team together.

''Joe is a great coach and deserves to run his own team. He is players coach that can still manage to keep the respect of players and has some great insight into the game,'' commented Hunter. ''His experience with the NBA also goes a long way to establishing respect and experience.''

Joining Navarro on the sideline will be longtime Volcanoes swingman Kevin Bloodsaw (6'5''-G/F-72, college: Ozarks), who helped his team capture the IBL Championship in 2011. One of just three players to play in the IBL every season of its seven-year history, Bloodsaw finishes his professional career as the leagues all-time leading scorer with 2252 points. In addition to his playing career, Bloodsaw has also spent the last four seasons serving as head coach of Life Christian High School's boys basketball team in Aloha, Ore.

''Kevin brings a leadership to a team that most general managers would die to have,'' spoke Hunter on Bloodsaw's qualifications. ''He has won a championship in college and the IBL, he has played overseas, and most players know that he is still, at age 38, one of the best defenders in the league.''

Navarro and Bloodsaw will make their debut as the Volcanoes open the 2012 season and raise their 2011 IBL Championship banner on Saturday, April 28 at the O'Connell Sports Complex at Clark College. A full schedule and news on the teams roster for the 2012 season will be announced soon.

Paul Hafford
LC alum Hafford stars for Slam in Seattle Pro-Am - 2 months ago

Former Lynden Christian standout Paul Hafford (6'5''-G/F-84, college: Portland St.) has added another successful chapter to his basketball career. Hafford, a 2002 LC graduate, averaged a team-high 22.4 points, 7.3 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game this summer while leading the Bellingham Slam to a 7-3 record and a Seattle Pro-Am semifinal appearance. The sharp-shooting guard closed the season on a tear, scoring 40-plus points in two of the team's final three contests. Hafford began the do...   [read more]
Bellingham Slam has sights set on four-peat this weekend - 2 months ago

The Bellingham Slam have a chance for a fourth straight league championship this weekend as the Seattle Pro-Am playoffs continue on Saturday. The Slam face Brand Black in the semifinals at 1:30 p.m. at Seattle Pacific University's Royal Brougham Pavilion. If Bellingham wins, they'll advance to Sunday's championship game   [read more]

Beaverton Soldiers are 2015 Portland ProAm Champions - 1 Year ago

The Beaverton Soldiers have clinched the 2015 Portland ProAm Championship title. They outgunned AC Green Team Green 132:130 in the exciting Final clash. Chehales Tapscott (6'5''-F-90, college: Portland St., agency: ContractSports International) drilled a decisive bucket to propel the Soldiers to the title. Beaverton posted a 67:59 lead at the interval. AC Green pulled within 4 points at the final intermission. They denied the deficit in the fourth frame but Chehales Tapscott stepped up fo...   [read more]

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