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WBCBL Standings
Atlantic
 1. Georgia Soul 6-0 
 2. Conyers R. 4-2 
 3. SoCar Storm 4-4 
 4. Beaufort B. 1-4 
 5. Music City I. 0-1 
 6. Capital CC 0-5 
Carolinas
 1. Carolina LR 6-0 
 2. Georgia Stampede 5-3 
 3. Charlotte I. 3-2 
 4. Winston-Salem LW 1-4 
East Coast
 1. Baltimore C. 3-0 
 2. Virginia LW 3-2 
 3. Maryland Q. 1-2 
 4. Long Island Wave 0-0 
 5. D.M.V. Bucks 0-3 
Gulf South
 1. Alabama R. 2-1 
 2. Mississippi D. 0-0 
 3. Gulf Coast T. 0-1 
 4. Louisiana BA 0-1 
Mid South
 1. San Antonio C. 5-0 
 2. Dallas Diesel 3-0 
 3. Dallas Crest 2-1 
 4. Arkansas S. 0-0 
 5. Fort Worth P. 0-0 
 6. Killeen D. 0-0 
 7. Questlife L. 0-2 
 8. Texas S. 0-4 
 9. Texas Storm 0-4 
Mid West
 1. Flyers E. 6-1 
 2. St.Louis Surge 4-0 
 3. Nebraska S. 0-0 
 4. Iowa F. 0-3 
 5. Kansas City M. 0-3 
North East
 1. Grand Rapids G. 4-1 
 2. Detroit D. 2-1 
 3. Cleveland C. 1-2 
 4. Toledo T. 1-2 
 5. Louisville F. 0-1 
Pacific Northwest
 1. Calgary S. 0-0 
Suncoast
 1. Jacksonville BP 3-2 
 2. Orlando S. 1-1 
 3. Cent.Flo. Swans 1-2 
 4. Jacksonville T. 1-3 
 5. Orange Park C. 0-0 
West Coast
 1. So.Cal S. 3-1 
 2. Phoenix LE 2-2 
 3. Las Vegas H. 1-0 
 4. Tuscon S. 1-0 
 5. Oakland R 1-2 
 6. San Diego S. 0-6 
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South Carolina Storm's Mid-Season Run - Jun 29, 2016


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WILLIE MCCRAY
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The month of June has been hot for the 3-1 South Carolina Storm. As the SC Storm continues their win streak, the feeling in the atmosphere is very optimistic. Peaking at the right time, veterans Sarah Lyon and Toni Jones has stepped up through some tough times. The Storm's next contest is against the Conyers Rockets, on July 9th in Greenville SC.
Second year players, Aubany Thomas, Kristen Dickerson and first year additions Shantae Robinson, Chelsey Johnson, Kim Roach, Kelly Stewart and Shiranda Jeter, have brought some pride to the Upstate of SC.
'Winning 2 region games has helped us move from the bottom, into a tie for 2nd place with I-26 rival the Capital City Cougars. As we move into the last stretch of the season, First year players Christina DeWitt, Mikala Scott, and Cee Hunter will be back and healthy for the WBCBL Atlantic Regional tournament run. Finishing at the line, playing tough team defense, and staying together is what makes the silver and black HOOP PHI STRONG!'
-Coach Jon Shell
  



Alabama Reign Continue Running Strong - 17 days ago
The Alabama Reignn earns second win in franchise history as well as being 2-0 in regional play. The Alabama Reign started slow and but eventually manage to get on track as they moved to 2-0 in regional play and the season. Coach Davis stated that he was not pleased with the effort and focus of his team in the first three minutes. 'I called a timeout and let them understand that we need to get it together before it's too late'. The rest was history. The Alabama Reign went on a 12 to 3 run...   [read more]

Rebecca
Harris
HARRIS TO HELM LADY WARRIORS AS NEW HEAD COACH - 18 days ago
INA, Ill. - Former Lady Warrior basketball standout Rebecca Harris (5'8''-G-86, college: Illinois) will be coming back to Ina after a decade of professional playing and coaching. She will be returning to Waugh Gymnasium to become the new head coach of a program she once helped anchor. A graduate of Mascoutah High School, Harris found a home at Rend Lake as part of the Lady Warrior Basketball team from 2004-06. At RLC, Harris found success. As a Lady Warrior, she was third in the nation...   [read more]

Breonna
O'Conner
Georgia Soul Cruise to 3-0 Over the Weekend - 1 month ago
The Georgia Soul sprinted to a double digit first quarter lead and was never challenged on the way to a 100-71 win over the Beaufort Bisons Saturday at Laney High School. Breonna O'Conner (5'3''-PG-95) scored 20 points, Rashay Rawls netted 19, Khadijiah Cave (6'3''-C-95) added 14 and LaCoya Terry (5'10''-F-87, college: E.Carolina) chipped in 13. The Soul improved to 3-0 for the season ahead of next weekend's pair of home games, Saturday (3:00 P.M.) against the Winston Salem Warcats, and...   [read more]


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