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MSBA names all-league awards - Jun 6, 2019


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Arthur
McMillan
Season one of the Mid-South Basketball Association is nearly complete with the regular season wrapping up June 1. The league went through some "growing pains" as many first-year operations go, but MSBA President Charles Hickman was pleased with the start.

"When we formed our goal was to give teams an option for competitive basketball with a regional footprint, stated Hickman. "With a few bumps along the way, I think we did a decent job for Season 1. We are excited for what we are building!"

League awards were announced before a four-team playoff tournament will be contested, tentatively scheduled for June 15-16. Kentucky Flash will host.

All-MSBA First Team
Demarcus Brewer (6'6''-PF) Tennessee Sting
Deamonte Henson (6'1''-G), Southeast Kentucky Soldiers
Stuart Jackson (6'6''-SF, college: Union, KY), Kentucky Flash
Arthur McMillan (6'6''-F, college: So.Poly State), Smoky Mountain Black Bears
Nicholas Reed (6'3''-G, college: Forest Park CC), St. Louis Trotters

All-MSBA Second Team
Lawrence Fishback (5'7''-PG), Smoky Mountain Black Bears
Brandon Goss (6'1''-G, college: King), St. Louis Trotters
Quincy Jones (6'4''-SF, college: S.Virginia), Tennessee Sting
Quintrel Morris (6'3''-F), Kentucky Flash
Anthony Williams (6'3''-SG), Tennessee Sting

Most Valuable Player - Arthur McMillan

Defensive Player of the Season - Quintrel Morris

Coach of the Season - Harold Webster, St. Louis Trotters   





Nicholas
Reed
Trotters win third title in five years - 8 days ago
The St. Louis Trotters brought home another championship this weekend. The Trotters traveled to Madison, Tennessee to compete in the Mid-South Basketball Association playoffs last weekend. St. Louis defeated the host Tennessee Sting in the championship game to capture their third lead championship in five years. In the semifinals St. Louis took on the the Smoky Mountains Black Bears out of Knoxville. The Trotters started off the game slow in the first quarter, but quickly turned momentum...   [read more]
Saint Louis Trotters are inaugural MSBA champions - 10 days ago
Saint Louis Trotters celebrated the first ever MSBA title. They overcame Tennessee Sting 120:108 in the championship game to be earn the title. The Trotters earned a 24:20 lead after the first period. They maintained the lead throughout the reminder of the contest and claimed a well-deserved victory at the end. Earlier in the day the Trotters topped the Black Bears 110:103, while the Sting held off the Flash 124:117 in the semifinal clashes.   [read more]
Sting to host MSBA playoffs - 18 days ago
It's playoff time in the Mid-South Basketball Association! Four teams will meet in Madison, Tennessee on June 15 to crown the Season 1 MSBA champion. Kentucky Flash (7-3) earned the top seed over the St. Louis Trotters (6-3) although the teams split their two head-to-head matchups as the tiebreaker of points margin went to the Flash. They will take on the hostTennessee Sting (3-7) in the first semifinal. St. Louis will faceSmoky Mountain Black Bears (6-4) in the second game. Semifinal w...   [read more]



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