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MBL Standings
East
 1. Fort Wayne V. 5-1 
 2. Dayton AS 4-0 
 3. Kentucky F. 3-2 
 4. Indiana D. 2-2 
 5. Indiana F. 1-3 
 6. Springfield P. 1-4 
 7. C.Indiana C. 0-4 
West
 1. Cedar Valley CK 4-0 
 2. Minnesota R. 4-0 
 3. Milwaukee S. 2-1 
 4. Minnesota B. 2-2 
 5. Chicago F. 1-2 
 6. Minnesota P 0-3 
 7. Lincoln L. 0-4 
Branding
 1. TC Elite 3-0 
 2. Wisconsin GC 3-0 
 3. Chicago K. 1-1 
 4. N.Minneapolis E. 1-2 
 5. Chicago L. 1-2 
 6. Minnesota AB 1-2 
 7. MBL Select 1-2 
 8. Twin Cities U. 0-0 
 9. Milwaukee W. 0-3 
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1. Payton, Fury37.0 
 2. Lytle, Fury33.3 
 3. Smith, Dream31.6 
 4. Taylor, C.Fury29.7 
 5. Williams, Broncos28.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 1. Mills, C.Fury25.5 
 2. Smith, Dream16.1 
 3. Payton, Fury15.4 
 4. Dawson, Rangers12.5 
 5. Holmes, Airstrikers12.5 
  
Assists Per Game
 1. Payton, Fury9.9 
 2. Jones, Airstrikers7.4 
 3. Taylor, C.Fury6.7 
 4. Thomasson, Airstrikers6.7 
 5. Bell, C.Fury5.7 
Steals Per Game
 1. Amicks, C.Fury4.3 
 2. Bell, C.Fury3.7 
 3. Campbell, Broncos3.5 
 4. Johnson, Heroes3.0 
 5. Smith, Rangers3.0 
Blocks Per Game
 1. Bell, C.Fury2.5 
 2. Martin, Airstrikers1.7 
 3. Smith, Dream1,7 
 4. Wade, Airstrikers1.7 
 5, Thomasson, Airstrikers1.5 
Articles

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Round 5 (Regular Season)

Fort Wayne V 85% Apr.30 Indiana F.
Chicago F. Apr.30 Minn.R. 79%
Minn.B. 52% Apr.30 Milwaukee S
Cedar Valle 99% Apr.30 Minnesota P
C.Indiana C Apr.29 Kentucky F. 53%
Chicago L. 86% Apr.29 Twin Cities
Indiana D. Apr.29 Fort Wayne V 82%
Dayton AS 98% Apr.29 Springfield
MBL Recap: Fury Win 4th Straight, Send Statement To Airstrikers; Hamilton Wins Late - May 18, 2016


POSTED BY:
CHARLES HICKMAN
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Reggie Lytle
Indiana Fury End Air Strikers run, grab Share of lead

For the 1st month of the season, the Dayton Air Strikers have shown they were the premiere team in the MBL.
Not just the East, the MBL.

Well, looks as if they have some company at the top, as the Indiana Fury, led by the leading scorer in the league,dominated the 4th quarter to sprint past the Air Strikers on Saturday 135-117. For the first three quarters both clubs was in a back and forth battle before the Fury pulled away.

Two of the highest scoring teams in the league didn't disappoint, and put on a show for the Indiana crowd. It proved to be a battle that lived up to the hype going into the game.

The Air Strikers kept it competitive throughout the night and looked as if they would be 5-0 after taking a 3 point lead heading into the 4th; The Fury came out, played inspired ball, and took it to Dayton, outscoring the Air Strikers 49-28 in the 4th qtr. Dayton, who appeared sluggish early, and seemed to have an off night, was tapped in the 4th, due to the Fury D, and offensive explosion.

Reggie Lytle (6'2''-G-90, college: MCC-Penn Valley) (41) & MBL leading scorer Zach Payton (6'5''-G/F, college: Redlands CC) (31) combined to score almost half of the Fury points themselves. The Fury had 5 guys in double figures. Reggie Lytle (6'2''-G-90, college: MCC-Penn Valley) hit 7 3-ptrs and was dominant all night.Zach Payton (6'5''-G/F, college: Redlands CC) had a great night as well, and added 2 long balls.

The Air Strikers suffered their first defeat of the season (4-1) & the Fury now are tied with Dayton in the East. In talking with a Air Striker player, he felt Indiana caught them on a bad day, and is already looking forward to the rematch.

Hamilton holds off Northern Indiana 83-77, moves 1 game out of first place

The Heroes got a couple key players back, and the results paid off as they squeezed out a tough 83-77 battle on Saturday.
Lamont Cole (G) & Bryan Tingle (6'5''-F-87) led the charge with double doubles, both scoring 23 points and the Heroes pulled out a tough win. Cole, (younger cousin of Norris Cole), had a great game with 12 boards, and also hit 4 3's as well.

The Monarchs had their chances late, but couldn't hit the big shots when it counted.Moses Sullivan (6'1''-G, college: Franciscan) led Monarchs with 21 points, with Julian Thompson (6'7''-F) (13) & Jordan Hester (6'0''-PG, college: Robert Morris) (14) chipping in. While both teams shot poorly, Hamilton destroyed Northern Indiana on the boards, with a 60-31 advantage.

Hamilton moves to 3-2, now only a game out of first place, while Northern Indiana falls to 1-4.

By Deon Cash <<>><<>>
  



Air Strikers stop Flash and Fury; Court Kings roll; Rangers win battle of Minnesota; Ft Wayne shines - 3 days ago
Court Kings stay undefeated Cedar Valley continued to handle business as they ran past the Lincoln Lions 140-96. It was a dominating effort, and with the win the Court Kings move to 4-0 on the season. The Court Kings are the defending champs and hold the #1 spot in the Weekly MBL Poll. Air Strikers get big wins, stops Kentucky winning streak; The Dayton Air Strikers pulled out 2 big wins, as they won @ Kentucky Saturday and then at home vs Indiana Fury on Sunday. In Saturdays game vs...   [read more]

Latrell Love
Rangers win opener; Flash blown out by Vision - 23 days ago
Minnesota 114 Lincoln Lions 1110 The Minnesota Rangers was in a dog fight with the Lincoln Lions. It was a back and forth battle all night long. The Lions a quick team and attacked early. The Lions struggled from the outside shooting 4-24 as a team from behind the arc. The physical play of the rangers proved to be to much in the end. the Rangers won the rebound war grabbing 23 more than the Lions. The lions were lead by RRobert Clamese (6'2''-G-91, college: MCC-Penn Valley) 26 pts. The R...   [read more]

Damien Lolar
Division Champs and 2 Expansion teams in action - 30 days ago
The Minnesota Rangers is back and has some unfinished business as they take on the Lincoln Lions in there season opener. The Rangers lost in the championship to the Cedarvalley CourtKings in the 1st MBL season. The Lions were a late addition and came up a game short from making the playoffs. The Rangers will be lead by last year's MVP runner up Rochester Rogers (6'3''-G/F-87, college: Missouri Valley), Dominique Dawson (6'8''-C/F-91, college: Ky Wesleyan), and Damien Lolar (6'5''-F-84, co...   [read more]


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