Index / Tourney Recaps
28th Schedule of Events
August 28, 2010
Regular Season Games:
In the regular season, every team played a total of 10 games, 2
sets per team. Each set was to 21 points with a win by two
points, point cap at 25. The 4 teams with the best records
advanced to the playoffs.
NY Hitmen VS
NY Hitmen VS True North
True North VS The NY Shadows
All 4 One VS Baltimore Bullets
NY Hitmen VS The NY Shadows
All 4 One VS True North
All 4 One VS NY Hitmen
All 4 One VS iSpike
All 4 One VS NY Shadows
Baltimore Bullets VS iSpike
iSpike VS NY Hitmen
Baltimore Bullets VS True North
NY Shadows VS iSpike
iSpike VS True North
Baltimore Bullets VS The NY Shadows
2. 21-14 (NYS)
Regular Season Standings:
All 4 One
The NY Shadows
True North e
Baltimore Bullets e
e - Eliminated from contention.
The top four teams made it to playoffs. Playoff games were the
same format as the regular season. If both teams spilt the win,
then a 3rd set was played to 11 points, with a point cap at 15.
NY Hitmen VS iSpike
All 4 One VS The NY Shadows
2. 21-6 (A4O)
In the championship game, the first two sets were to 25 points;
win by two with a point cap at 27. If the teams split the win,
then a 3rd set was played to 15 points, win by two with a point
cap at 17.
NY Hitmen VS All 4 One
3. 17-15 (A4O)
2010 IPF-VBC Champions: ALL 4 One
2010 - Chung Lao
Congrats to The 2010 & now first Dynasty: The IPF-VBC Champs
All 4 One!!!
HERE...Pics on the Way...
Our IPF Sports Weekend recap begins with
the IPF-VBC champs, All 4 One. Shout out to team captain
Angela Lazarus for putting together a team that captured the
title a third year in a row. This was without a doubt our
most competitive tournament ever. All 4 One
was tested, eeking out some close wins, especially
against the NY Hitmen. But in they end,
they showed true championship poise. Congratulations on
becoming the first dynasty in the tournament's history!
2010 IPF-VBC Champions: ALL 4 One
I'd like to thank
Jenet Poopalan & Becky Kurikeshu for their help with this
year's event. As always, we hope to make next year's event better than
I'd also like
the thank Charles Thomas, Calvin Thomas,
as well as the members of the various teams in attendance that helped us with
score-keeping/line judging. If I missed anyone, many thanks.
Tourney MVP: Mike Nagl
2010 POWER RANKINGS
All 4 One: Shout out to team captain Angela Lazarus. All 4 One
is now the first dynasty in the history of
the IPF-VBC, having now won the first 3 tournaments. They had to earn it
this year, taking it all the way to the 3rd set and only winning by 2 pts.
The road to victory goes through All 4 One!
MVP: Mike Nagl
Shout out to team captain Jaison Joseph. An excellent year for this first
year entry. Representing NY in a big way, NY Hitmen rolled to the #1 seed
in the playoffs and took All 4 One to the absolute limit almost winning the
championship game. We look forward to seeing them compete next year!
Shout out to team captain Binu Thomas. The Shadows returned and played
well reaching the playoffs for the third straight year. They now have a
competitor for the best team from NY status!
Shout out to team captain Becky Kurikeshu. This team
returned in a big way. After missing the playoffs last year, iSpike got it
together and made it in this year. Strong play from Suresh Joel was key.
Shout out to team captain Jenet Poopalan. This
team played well, going toe to toe with eventual
champion All 4 One. However once their team captain went down,
they never quite recovered. Still, with a
full and healthy squad, this is a team that can get the
job done. Look forward to seeing them in 2011!
Shout out to team captain......? Well, that in
essence was this team's problem. They didn't have
a set team captain, and therefore their organization was
off. Solid play from Brian Singer as always, but
next year, they need to have practices with their full
squads prior to coming out. Bring it in 2011
everyone coming out to support us, especially the fans.
We look forward
to seeing all of you next year!