Indiana Elite wins big at Spiece Run n Slam

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Indiana Elite 2020
IE 2020 started the weekend off in a tough super pool. A Friday night win over Louisville Magic 61-28 set the tone for the weekend. This was followed up by a 62-38 win over All-Ohio
Red and a 60-51 win over Wisconsin United. Bracket play ensued with a 71-60 win over Martin Brothers, followed up by a 70-64 OT win vs. The Family. Followed by a 65-54 win over Meanstreets. Michael Mayer (Cov. Catholic), Trey Galloway (Culver Military), Anthony Leal
(Bloomington South), and Nigel Pack (Lawrence Central) were consistent all weekend for this group, along with stellar inside play from both Mabor Majak (Hamilton Southeastern) and Nick
Hittle (Culver Military). Tayson Parker (Indy Homeschool) had multiple big scoring games and hit some clutch shots all weekend long, and D’Andre Davis (Lawrence Central) long ball shooting
came up big in the Quarterfinals against The Family. The championship game saw a rematch with All-Ohio Red. IE 2020 methodically hammered out a 64-46, Anthony Leal led the way with 20 points, and Sincere Mcmahon (Tindley) also had a solid all-around game. In all, IE 2020 went
7-0 with an average margin of victory of 16ppg against top level competition. This includes a 4-0 mark against EYBL teams, 1-0 against fellow Adidas Gauntlet teams, and 2 wins over top level
independent clubs.

Indiana Elite 2021
It was a great weekend of basketball for Indiana Elite 2021, which has it continued its undefeated season, claiming it's sixth Championship of the spring. In a matchup with highly touted Mac Irvin Fire, IE 2021 jumped out to an 18 to 4 lead and never looked back winning 84 to 54. Five players scored in double figures lead by Malik Stanley (Warren Central) with 19, Curt Hopf (Forest Park) with 18, Connor Hickman (Bloomington South) with 14, Nathanael Hoskins (Danville, Ill) with 11 and Luke Fowler (Mooresville) with 10. Malik Stanley and Curt Hopf lead the way on Sunday scoring in double figures all three games including 15 and 10 respectively in the Championship game. Isaac Vencel (Bloomington North) showed his stellar all round game scoring 12 in the finals and playing lock down defense. IE 2021 is now 30-0 on the season.

Indiana Elite North 2020
This group had an outstanding weekend as it made the Final 4 here in Fort Wayne with wins over 2 nationally ranked teams and another top UA team in Illinois Wolves before coming up just short in the semis 81-75 against All Ohio Red. Alex Szilagi (Fishers) led a balanced attack
with 14ppg, while Malek Edmonds (Brownsburg) joined him averaging 14ppg as well. Grant Coleman (Mahomet-Seymour IL) checked in at 12ppg to boot. Every player on the team had double figures in at least one game this weekend. Edreece Redmond (Chatard), Travis Upshaw (Lawrence Central), and Jasen Graves (Pike) were constantly making plays on both ends of the
floor, especially at crucial times. Dashon Scott (Pike) scored at an 8ppg clip by hitting 3’s and attacking the basket scoring at all levels. Justin Long (Fishers) continued his consistent guard spot play with dazzling assists and key steals. Jerrian Owsley (Ben Davis) returned from injury to provide great minutes, scoring, defending and dropping assists. After breezing through pool play with wins by margins of 43,48, and 35 points, IE North knocked off PrepHoops.com 17th
ranked Wisconsin Playground Warriors 64-59 and followed that up with a win over 5th ranked Mac Irvin Fire 53-49. IE North 2020 then beat the Illinois Wolves 57-54. In all, IE North beat 2 UAA teams, and a EYBL team to close out a very productive weekend. IE North is now 18-2 on
the year.

Indiana Elite Metro 2019 and Indiana Elite FastBreak 2019

Two of the pleasant surprises in the spring have been these 2 teams. Both kept right along rolling at Spiece. IE Metro won its pool with a 3-0 record and advanced to the Elite 8 of the tourney with wins over EYBL Mac Irvin Fire 68-48, and Pro Bound Elite 63-56. Metro lost a tough one to Adidas Gauntlet Iowa Barnstormers 78-73. IE Fastbreak played up in the 17’s and won their pool with a 91-52 win over Full Package, 61-57 win over NW Ohio, 67-55 win over MBA select, in Bracket play they won by forfeit over Wisconsin Playground Warriors, before falling to eventual champion All-Ohio Red 57-30.

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