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Microgames: The best players - Jul 7, 2006


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During one week, the countries of the Micronesia region faced each other in the 2006 Microgames Basketball Tournament. Guam proved that this team is the best at this level, guamese Andrew Borja truly deserve our MVP award for his great plays during this tournament in the Northern Marianas Islands. Let's see who were the other great players there.

Awards:
MVP: Andrew Borja (Guam)

All-Microgames First-team:
Jine Han (Guam)
Andrew Borja (Guam)
Yutaka Gibbons (Palau)
Gabriel Lait (RMI)
Mark Wallace (CNMI)

All-Microgames Second-team:
Anthony Thacker (Guam)
Sunshine Soalablai (Palau)
Alfred Vitug (Guam)
Ravin Narruhn (Chuuk)
Michael Williams (Palau)

mentions:
Sandy Fejeran (Guam), Robert Pinho (RMI), Freddy Kibby (Kosrae), Morri Money (Yap), Kelvin Sam (Pohnpei)

Stats Leaders:

Points:
Kelvin Sam (Pohnpei) 21.2pts
Morri Money (Yap) 19.4pts
Mark Wallace (CNMI) 19.0pts
Freddy Kibby (Kosrae) 18.5pts
Gabriel Lait (RMI) 18.3pts
Ravin Narruhn (Chuuk) 18.0pts
Yutaka Gibbons (Palau) 17.3pts
Fred Pelisamen (CNMI) 16.4pts
Robert Pinho (RMI) 16.3pts
Keitani Graham (Chuuk) 15.4pts

Rebounds:
Freddy Kibby (Kosrae) 11.3rbs
Branson Amida (Pohnpei) 11.2rbs
Reid Rikrik (Palau) 9.3rbs
Ravin Narruhn (Chuuk) 9.0rbs
Andrew Ruepong (Yap) 8.6rbs

Assists:
Dan Barcinas (CNMI) 5.2ast
Wayne Anjain (RMI) 4.5ast
Cassidy Shoniber (Pohnpei) 4.4ast
Michael Williams (Palau) 4.3ast
Mark Wallace (CNMI) 3.6ast

Blocks:
Oscar Ada (CNMI) 2.2bs
Fred Kibby (Kosrae) 2.0bs
Wallace Jacob (Pohnpei) 1.4bs

Steals:
Kilafwa Palik (Kosrae) 4.5st
Terrence Kibby (Kosrae) 4.5st
Jon Akapito (Chuuk) 4.4st

Turnovers:
Kelvin Sam (Pohnpei) 7.8to
Kilafwa Palik (Kosrae) 7.7to
Wayne Anjain (RMI) 5.7to

%FG:
Manuel Borja (Guam) 64.7%
Andrew Borja (Guam) 60.6%
Alfred Vitug (Guam) 56.7%

%3PTS:
Mark Wallace (CNMI) 52.9%
Yutaka Gibbons (Palau) 52.4%
Morri Money (Yap) 52.2%

%FT:
Yutaka Gibbons (Palau) 90.9%
Robert Pinho (RMI) 87.5%
Gabriel Lait (RMI) 82.4%

Minutes played:
Terrence Kibby (Kosrae) 36.0min
Gabriel Lait (RMI) 34.7min
Jon Akapito (Chuuk) 34.6min

Each players should have played at least in 3 games to be ranked
He should have attempted at least 2 free-throws or three-point shots per game, or 4 field-goals per game to be ranked

  



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