2007 Goodfellow Basketball All-Star Game action

Eastern Conference All-Star power forward Jonathan Session, No. 32, goes for a lay-up during the first half of the 2007 Goodfellow Basketball All-Star Game Feb. 1 at the Mathis Fitness Center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)

Eastern Conference All-Star power forward Jonathan Session, No. 32, goes for a lay-up during the first half of the 2007 Goodfellow Basketball All-Star Game Feb. 1 at the Mathis Fitness Center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)

Eastern Conference All-Stars in no particular order: Vance Summers, Reggie Wilder, Thadeous Sankey, Jason Sarver, Darrel Diaz, Jonathan Session, Ammon Charles and No. 3 Myers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)

Eastern Conference All-Stars in no particular order: Vance Summers, Reggie Wilder, Thadeous Sankey, Jason Sarver, Darrel Diaz, Jonathan Session, Ammon Charles and No. 3 Myers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)

Western Conference All-Stars in no particular order: Brian Samuel, Sid Walker, Andre Golden, Cameron Townsend, Moshe Dawkins, Tiegess Jones, Woodrow Rorie and No. 33 Zehler. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)

Western Conference All-Stars in no particular order: Brian Samuel, Sid Walker, Andre Golden, Cameron Townsend, Moshe Dawkins, Tiegess Jones, Woodrow Rorie and No. 33 Zehler. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)

GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- The 17th Services Division held the 2007 Goodfellow Basketball Association All-Star Game Feb. 1 at the Mathis Fitness Center. The game featured the best basket-ballers from the Eastern Conference playing against the all-stars from Western Conference.

The Eastern Conference pounded the boards and snagged rebounds like nobody's business as they scored 43 points in the first half, while the players from the west only managed to score 18.

The East continued to cruise through the second half as they scored their way to victory and finished the "hoop-di-hoop" spanking of the Western all-stars with a final score of 77 to 57.

The games most Eastern Conference All-Star center, Charles Ammon, No. 21, was named the game's Most Valuable Player. He finished the night with 32 points.