Fall 2007: Women’s 4v4 League Champs: Ladies First

    Call me Ms. Cleo but Im Predicting a Ladies First Championship this Season
    G Bears 42 Ladies First 66

    I know that all the ladies were disappointed that OíCal wasnít around to ref their championship game or do their write-up, so Iíve gone the extra mile for all of you.  The following Championship write-up is brought to you by OíCal himself or rather, snippets from every other write-up this season.  Congrats to Ladies First on their inaugural Championship season, winning the Golden Pump ain't easy, and we hope to see all the Ladies back next season for an even better League....

     

     

    I donít know what was more impressive, the Ladies First win, us starting on time, or the fact that LF got all six of their players to finally show up for a game. There's not much to say when a team plays a completely dominant gameÖUnless you are paid to write the games up and then you have to tell everyone how good they were.  In this one, LF was flat out unstoppable as each player put on a showcase of what they bring to the party

     

    In the first half, LF was moviní and shakiní, dominating every aspect of the game.  Magic was liked a "greased up deaf guy" because no one on the G-Bears could put the glove on her as she found a different way to score each time down the floor (team high 18pts).  Colleen and Taryn had the energy of a 5yr old on a jolt cola binge because when they got the rock, they were lookiní to push and got a ton of great looks for everyone.  Laura has a great inside touch, but can step outside and bury a jay as well as the power forward rebounds.  After a fashionably late arrival, Emily showed up and dropped a cheery double double to pour a lil salt on the wound.  Kellie was just frustrating to play against.  Not only did she serve up 3 hot leather sandwiches, but she was sticking outside jumper after outside jumper, showing about as delicate touch as yours truly during his needle-point lessons on Friday nights.  She completely changes the game for opposing teams offenses and when she got the rock she can take it inside or rain a jumper down. 

     

    LF pushed the tempo to a manic pace that the G-Bears struggled to counter.  It was just one of those nights when the open shots werenít falling.  BELIEVE me I know all about that. i.e. check my own stat line.  The Big Little Hurt was crashiní the glass and mixing it up inside with zero fear; she rained down her jumper, something I have missed seeing.  Kate Blake was a dime machine, setting Hurt and Callie up better than my Online Dating consultant; which isnít saying that much, but it was meant to be a compliment.  Callie left it all on the court as she was going all out to keep the championship hopes alive.  On the defensive end, she was hitting the floor and contesting every shot, while on the other side; Callie went to the rack and absorbed a lot of contact.  In the second half, Kristen Hurov started banging down some tough shots over Kellie F, and the fact she even got a shot off was a testament to her skill. Yes, shooting over someone who has 6 inches on you will get you a fan club.  Tough loss for the G-Bears to swallow, but rest assure they will be back next season looking for some vengeance.

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    G Bears 42  Ladies First 66

    Call me Ms. Cleo but I'm Predicting a Ladies First Championship this Season

    I know that all the ladies were disappointed that OíCal wasnít around to ref their championship game or do their write-up, so Iíve gone the extra mile for all of you.  The following Championship write-up is brought to you by OíCal himself or rather, snippets from every other write-up this season.  Congrats to Ladies First on their inaugural Championship season, winning the Golden Pump ain't easy, and we hope to see all the Ladies back next season for an even better League....

     

     

    I donít know what was more impressive, the Ladies First win, us starting on time, or the fact that LF got all six of their players to finally show up for a game. There's not much to say when a team plays a completely dominant gameÖUnless you are paid to write the games up and then you have to tell everyone how good they were.  In this one, LF was flat out unstoppable as each player put on a showcase of what they bring to the party

     

    In the first half, LF was moviní and shakiní, dominating every aspect of the game.  Magic was liked a "greased up deaf guy" because no one on the G-Bears could put the glove on her as she found a different way to score each time down the floor (team high 18pts).  Colleen and Taryn had the energy of a 5yr old on a jolt cola binge because when they got the rock, they were lookiní to push and got a ton of great looks for everyone.  Laura has a great inside touch, but can step outside and bury a jay as well as the power forward rebounds.  After a fashionably late arrival, Emily showed up and dropped a cheery double double to pour a lil salt on the wound.  Kellie was just frustrating to play against.  Not only did she serve up 3 hot leather sandwiches, but she was sticking outside jumper after outside jumper, showing about as delicate touch as yours truly during his needle-point lessons on Friday nights.  She completely changes the game for opposing teams offenses and when she got the rock she can take it inside or rain a jumper down. 

     

    LF pushed the tempo to a manic pace that the G-Bears struggled to counter.  It was just one of those nights when the open shots werenít falling.  BELIEVE me I know all about that. i.e. check my own stat line.  The Big Little Hurt was crashiní the glass and mixing it up inside with zero fear; she rained down her jumper, something I have missed seeing.  Kate Blake was a dime machine, setting Hurt and Callie up better than my Online Dating consultant; which isnít saying that much, but it was meant to be a compliment.  Callie left it all on the court as she was going all out to keep the championship hopes alive.  On the defensive end, she was hitting the floor and contesting every shot, while on the other side; Callie went to the rack and absorbed a lot of contact.  In the second half, Kristen Hurov started banging down some tough shots over Kellie F, and the fact she even got a shot off was a testament to her skill. Yes, shooting over someone who has 6 inches on you will get you a fan club.  Tough loss for the G-Bears to swallow, but rest assure they will be back next season looking for some vengeance.

    G Bears
    Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
    Callie Durbrow96002104250% 00NA
    Jessica Hurt1432201044100% 00NA
    Kate Blake221200000NA 00NA
    Kristen Hurov950100000NA 00NA
    Lauren Checci430100000NA 00NA

    Ladies First
    Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
    Colleen Mcglaughlin97330204375% 00NA
    Emily Scott94410002150% 00NA
    Erin Johnson1853000044100% 00NA
    Kellie Fournier1265214000NA 00NA
    Laura Jasinski1222010000NA 00NA
    Taryn Miller Stevens621330000NA 00NA

Standings Fall 2007 Women's League Thru Week 13
PTeamRecord%StreakGBPFPA
1G Bears8-20.800W1049.7547.25
2Icebox7-30.700W6161.6451.91
3Ladies First6-30.667W1268.7547.08
4Hot Potato4-60.400L1446.5053.08
5Hoosier Daddy3-60.333L2540.7049.30
6Hustle & Flow0-100.000L10838.6459.73
Points Per Game
1Caitlin Vestal Tibbetts
Icebox
24.86
2Loren Grady
Hot Potato
20.75
3Erin Conroy
Hot Potato
20.67
4Kellie Fournier
Ladies First
16.25
5Callie Durbrow
G Bears
15.83
6Cathryn Brady
Icebox
15.18
7Miriam Godfrey
Icebox
15.14

Player Rater
1Caitlin Vestal Tibbetts
Icebox
68.007
2Kellie Fournier
Ladies First
59.008
3Loren Grady
Hot Potato
52.888
4Miriam Godfrey
Icebox
52.867
5Erin Conroy
Hot Potato
49.949
6Luana Botelho
Hoosier Daddy
46.647
7Dayo Gore
Hoosier Daddy
43.698
8Callie Durbrow
G Bears
41.5412
9Amanda Vigneau
Icebox
38.4010
10Taryn Miller Stevens
Ladies First
37.937

Rebounds Per Game
1Caitlin Vestal Tibbetts
Icebox
14.86
2Kellie Fournier
Ladies First
13.75
3Erin Conroy
Hot Potato
11.67
4Loren Grady
Hot Potato
11.25
5Luana Botelho
Hoosier Daddy
10.71
6Laura Jasinski
Ladies First
10.30
7Kristen Hurov
G Bears
10.18

3s Per Game
1Luana Botelho
Hoosier Daddy
0.00nan%
1Miriam Godfrey
Icebox
0.00nan%
1Caitlin Vestal Tibbetts
Icebox
0.00nan%
1Laura Jasinski
Ladies First
0.00nan%
1Callie Durbrow
G Bears
0.00nan%
1Dayo Gore
Hoosier Daddy
0.00nan%
1Tara Kelly
Hustle & Flow
0.00nan%
1Kellie Fournier
Ladies First
0.00nan%
1Cathryn Brady
Icebox
0.00nan%
1Jillian Berry
Hot Potato
0.00nan%
1Amanda Vigneau
Icebox
0.00nan%
1Lauren Checci
G Bears
0.00nan%
1Carly Kershaw
Hustle & Flow
0.00nan%
1Debra Freeman
Hoosier Daddy
0.00nan%
1Taryn Miller Stevens
Ladies First
0.00nan%

Assists Per Game
1Taryn Miller Stevens
Ladies First
6.00
2Miriam Godfrey
Icebox
4.71
3Caitlin Vestal Tibbetts
Icebox
4.29
4Cathryn Brady
Icebox
4.27
5Callie Durbrow
G Bears
3.83
6Jessica Hurt
G Bears
3.82
7Kate Blake
G Bears
3.64
7Jillian Berry
Hot Potato
3.64