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IBL Standings
East
1. Elkhart E. 20-2
2. Columbus C. 18-2
3. Elgin R. 16-5
4. Holland B. 13-7
5. Battle Creek K. 11-9
6. G.Rapids F. 10-9
7. Cedar Valley J 9-10
8. Cuyahoga FC 8-12
9. Macomb CM 5-8
10. Lansing C. 4-16
11. W.Virginia W. 3-15
12. Lake Co. L. 2-13
West
1. Seattle M. 15-5
2. Tri City B. 14-4
3. Eugene Ch. 13-7
4. Aurora C. 13-7
5. Tacoma T. 11-11
6. Oakland S. 10-9
7. Salem S. 10-10
8. Chico F. 9-9
9. Portland C. 9-11
10. C.Oregon H. 8-14
11. Colorado C. 6-14
12. Vancouver V. 4-21

IBL Stats Leaders

Points

1. Fiegi, Salem 31.5
2. Coe, Lansing 28.1
3. Edwards,LakeCo. 28.0
4. Bledsoe, Holland 27.9
5. Gaines, CFalls 27.4
6.VanHoose,W.Virg 25.2
7. Tate, Tacoma 25.1
8. Lechtenberg,Van 25.0
9. Morinia, Eugene 24.8
9. Dunn, Salem 24.8


Cedric Moodie - IBL MVP 2006
 
Elkhart Express 2006


Moodie


Pledger


Brand


Kilgore


Johnson

3

Moodie Cedric 6'2'' (187) G 78 USA

 

Pledger Tim 5'9'' (175) G 76 USA

30

Brand Eric 6'8'' (203) C 78 USA

23

Kilgore Darmetreis 6'5'' (196) G 81 USA

11

Johnson Rashi 6'2'' (188) G   USA

22

Fey Derek 6'8'' (203) F   USA

20

Hadley Cory 6'4'' (193) G/F   USA

21

Dyson Mike 6'4'' (193) G/F 81 USA

4

Kyle Anthony 5'8'' (173) G 81 USA

34

Swanagan Harold 6'7'' (201) F 79 USA

22

Buie Coleco 6'4'' (193) F 73 USA

33

Robinson Alvin 6'9'' (206) F/C 75 USA
Head Coach: Beathea Daimon
Assistant: Roberson Garvin
Assistant: Nichols Ramsey
Assistant: Coatie Will

  Elkhart defeats Columbus in OT for 2006 IBL Championship - July 16, 2006
The Elkhart Express completed an outstanding inaugural season in the IBL with a 119-108 victory over the Columbus Cyclones to become the 2006 IBL Champions.
Columbus led by two at the half, and by seven going into the fourth quarter. The Express rallied to take a two point lead in the closing seconds, before Columbus tied the game on their final possession to force overtime. Elkhart took command of the game in the extra period—outscoring the Cyclones 19-8 to earn the title.
Elkhart guard Cedric Moodie (6'2''-G-78, college: Indianapolis (IN)) was named the 2006 IBL Championship MVP. Moodie finished with a game-high 27 points, including five three pointers. Moodie also grabbed seven rebounds. Darmetreis Kilgore added 24 points and nine rebounds for the Express. Michael Brownlee nailed six threes for Columbus in leading the Cyclones with 23 points.
Elkhart Express (119): Tim Pledger 17, Cedric Moodie (6'2''-G-78, college: Indianapolis (IN)) 27, Harold Swanagan 9, Rashi Johnson 6, Cory Hadley 2, Coleco Buie 12, Darmetreis Kilgore 24, Eric Brand 14, Derek Fey 8, Anthony Kyle, Mike Dyson, Alvin Robinson
Columbus Cyclones (108): Patrick Flomo 7, Michael Brownlee 23, Charles Warren 13, Esteban Weaver 17, Shun Jenkins 8, DeAndre Walker 10, Jeff Gibbs 10, Paul Haynes 3, Frank Gojcaj 15, JP Maszczak 2, Justus Thigpen, Larry Drake

   Hungry West routs East in 2006 IBL All-Star Game
The IBL’s West Division All-Stars were underdogs on paper, but they certainly did not play like it in Saturday’s IBL All-Star Game. The West squad cruised to a 179-141 victory over a loaded East team.
Jay Anderson (6'9''-C, college: Oregon) of the Eugene Chargers got things started for the West with a 17 point first quarter. Anderson, who finished with five three pointers, earned a co-championship with Shane Conwell of Cuyahoga Falls in the Three Point Shootout by hitting 21 of 25 three pointers in the final. Ryan Edwards (6'5''-F-83, college: Missouri Baptist) of the Lake County Lakers won the Slam Dunk Contest.
Rashaad Powell (6'5''-F-81, agency: Domantay Sports, college: Idaho) of the Seattle Mountaineers led all scorers with 31 points. Powell was named the game’s MVP. Powell’s teammates from Seattle, Aleksey Adediran and Donald Watts (6'4''-G-77, agency: Court Side, college: Washington) were also instrumental in the West’s win. Adediran finished with 28 points, and Watts added 19. Earnest Cobbin (6'3''-F) was the East’s top scorer with 27 points.

West Team:

Rashaad Powell - Seattle Mountaineers - 31 points - MVP 2006 IBL All-Star
Aleksey Adediran - Seattle Mountaineers - 28 points
Donald Watts - Seattle Mountaineers - 19 points
John Johnson - Colorado Crossover - 16 points
Solomon Wilkins - Oakland Slammers - 28 points
Will Levy - Oakland Slammers - 2 points
Kevin "Pip" Bloodsaw - Vancouver Volcanoes - 18 points
Jay Anderson - Eugene Chargers - 23 points (five 3's) - Also earned IBL All-Star Co-3pt Champion with 21-25 3ptrs
Arthur Lewis Jr. - Central Oregon Hotshots - 12 points

East Team:
Cedric Moodie - Elkhart Express - 3points
Eric Brand - Elkhart Express - 0 Points
Lamont Barnes - Grand Rapids Flight - 10 points
Duke Cleveland - Grand Rapids Flight - 8 points
Dennis Springs - Holland Blast - 4 points
James Jackson - Holland Blast - 4 points
JR Vanhoose - West Virginia Wild - 15 points
Shane Conwell - Cuyahoga Falls Cougars - 22 points - Co 3pt Champion hitting 21/25 3ptrs
Esteban Weaver - Columbus Cyclones - 3 points
Adrick Hills - Cuyahoga Falls Cougars - 20 points
Ryan Edwards - Lake County Lakers - 16 points - 2006 IBL All-Star Slam Dunk Winner
Kalan Smith - West Virginia Wild - 9 points
Earnest Cobbin - Cuyahoga Falls Cougars - 27 points

  Cyclones move on to IBL Championship with win over Flight
Columbus (122) vs. Grand Rapids (110)
The Cyclones advanced to Sunday's Championship game with a win over the Flight that was closer than the 12 point final margin indicates. Michael Brownlee caught fire from behind the arc for Columbus--hitting nine three pointers en route to a game-high 33 points. Carlton Aarons led the Flight with 28 points and 13 rebounds.



Jared
Bledsoe
 

  IBL Championship Tournament Quarterfinal Action - July 15, 2006
Elkhart (127) vs. Lansing (96)
The Capital's playoff run came to a halt on Friday, when Lansing faced the top -seeded Express in front of 2,700 fans in North Side Gym. Elkhart took control of the game early, and was never threatened by the upstart Capitals.
Holland (144) vs. Battle Creek (139)
Holland's victory ensures that a new IBL Champion would be crowned in 2006. The Blast knocked out the defending champs by controlling the fourth quarter--outscoring the Knights 44-33 to advance to tomorrow's semifinal round. Jared Bledsoe (6'3''-G-80, agency: JAH Sports, college: Moorhead St., MN) led all scorers with 32 points for Holland. Bobby Madison (6'6''-F-82, agency: Duran International, college: W.Michigan) and Mike Williams (6'8''-F-81, agency: Duran International, college: W.Michigan) led seven Battle Creek players in double figures with 18 points apiece.
Columbus (157) vs. Cuyahoga Falls (135)
The Cyclones will move on to the semifinals following their convincing victory over the Cougars. Eight Cyclones scored in double figures in the win, led by 22 points from Esteban Weaver. Carlton Dean (6'5''-F) led all scorers with 27 points for the the Cougars.
Grand Rapids (119) vs. Elgin (110)
Grand Rapids and Elgin started the quarterfinal action on Friday, with the Flight earning the win behind a dominating fourth quarter effort. Down eight after three quarters, Grand Rapids outscored Elgin 38-21 in the final period to get the win. Lamont Barnes (6'5''-F, college: Life) led all scorers with 32 points for the Flight. Brandon Moore (6'4''-G/F, college: McKendree) and Sherick Simpson (6'6''-G/F-75, college: Ft.Hays State) topped six Racers in double figures with 19 points each.

  Capitals outlast Lakers in thrilling IBL Championship Tournament opener - July 14, 2006
 Lansing (140) vs. Lake County (139)
The Capitals and Lakers kicked off the 2006 IBL Championship Tournament with a bang--a high scoring thriller that wasn't decided until the final shot. Lansing had four players score 23 points or more--led by 32 points from Jason Franklin. Ryan Edwards and Ameer Watts each eclipsed the 30 point mark for the Lakers, with Edwards finishing with a game-high 38 points. With the win, the Capitals advance to face top seeded Elkhart today at 7pm. Scoring Summary.

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