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ACAA-AASC
 1. Mt.St.Vincent 20-1 
 2. Mount Allison 17-4 
 3. Crandall 14-7 
 4. Holland 13-7 
 5. Dalhousie 5-15 
 6. Kings Univ. 5-16 
 7. St.Thomas 5-16 
 8. UNB Saint John 4-17 
ACAC North
 1. Concordia 20-4 
 2. NAIT 17-7 
 3. Lakeland 15-9 
 4. UofA-Augustana 13-11 
 5. Kings Coll. 8-16 
 6. Grande Prairie 7-17 
 7. Keyano 4-20 
ACAC South
 1. Medicine Hat 18-3 
 2. Lethbridge 15-6 
 3. Red Deer 15-6 
 4. SAIT 15-6 
 5. Ambrose 7-14 
 6. Briercrest 7-14 
 7. Olds 4-17 
 8. St.Marys 3-18 
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OCAA East
 1. George Brown 19-1 
 2. Seneca 17-3 
 3. Centennial 15-5 
 4. Algonquin 11-9 
 5. Durham 10-10 
 6. Canadore 9-11 
 7. St.Lawrence 9-11 
 8. Loyalist 8-12 
 9. Georgian 7-13 
 10. Fleming 4-16 
 11. La Cite 1-19 
OCAA West
 1. Sheridan 16-0 
 2. Niagara 13-3 
 3. Humber 12-4 
 4. Fanshawe 9-7 
 5. Redeemer 8-8 
 6. St.Clair 7-9 
 7. Mohawk 4-12 
 8. Lambton 3-13 
 9. Sault 0-16 
PacWest
 1. VIU 16-2 
 2. Langara 14-4 
 3. Capilano 10-8 
 4. Douglas 10-8 
 5. Quest 6-12 
 6. Camosun 5-13 
 7. CBC 2-16 
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 1. Montmorency 13-1 
 2. Jean-de-Brebeuf 12-2 
 3. Vanier 10-4 
 4. Dawson 8-6 
 5. Edouard-Montpetit 6-8 
 6. John Abbott 3-11 
 7. Sainte-Foy 3-11 
 8. Ch.-St-Lambert 1-13 
Season 2016-2017
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Les Nomades are the 2017 CCAA Champs (Photo: CCAA)

Montmorency 2016-17
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
6  Lochard Alix 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
14  Ndombasi Ephram 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
7  Ross Anthony 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
9  Tchoukuiegno Blondeau 183 (6'0'') PG 0 Canada
13  Civil Kevin 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
21  Fortier Christophe 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
24  Charles Jerry 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
5  Louis-Jeune William 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada

Les Nomades are the 2017 CCAA Champs - Apr 6, 2017


For the third time in school history and first since 2006, the Nomades de Montmorency have won the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Basketball National Championship, and they will defend it on home court as they will host next season.
Championship: Nomades De Montmorency 68, Sheridan Bruins 64
The Nomades de Montmorency upset the top-ranked Sheridan Bruins to win the CCAA Men's Basketball National Championship, spoiling Sheridan's bid for a perfect season.
Paul Williams (201-C) was named player of the game for Sheridan, as he finished with a game-high 20 rebounds to go along with 14 points.
Forward Alix Lochard took home the award for the Nomades as he put up 19 points and 14 rebounds in the victory. Nomades' guard Kevin Civil was named tournament MVP, and finished the championship game with 13 points, five rebounds and five assists.
The game was very defensive, with both teams struggling on offense early. The Nomades came away with a 18-15 lead going into the second quarter.
Sheridan came out strong in the second, leading by as much as seven at one point, and took a 34-33 lead going into halftime.
Both teams remained deadlocked in the third, with neither being able to get a lead over the other. The teams went into the final quarter tied 46-46.
In the final frame, the two teams remained close, but thanks to a personal 5-0 run by Civil, the Nomades were able to get a four point lead with under a minute to go.
A three-pointer from Dylan Periana brought the Bruins to within two, but the Nomades sealed the victory at the free throw line.


All-CCAA Awards 2016-17 - Apr 6, 2017


All-Tournament 1st Team
Dylan Periana
Periana
Trenity Burdine
Burdine
Alix Lochard
Lochard
Usama Zaid
Zaid
All-Tournament MVP: Kevin Civil of Montmorency
Player of the Year: Usama Zaid (193-G/F) of Vancouver Island University of VIU
Coach of the Year: Marc-Olivier Beauchamp of Montmorency

All-Canadian Team
Usama Zaid of VIU
Ravi Basra (180-PG) of Langara
Ian Tevis of Red Deer
Jackson Jacob (186-G) of NAIT
Rayvon Higdon (188-G/F) of Redeemer
Ajahmo Clarke (190-G) of George Brown
Alix Lochard of Montmorency of Montmorency
Kevin Civil of Montmorency
Thomarcus Nix (F) of Crandall
Trenity Burdine (198-F-91) of Holland College of Holland

All-Tournament 1st Team
Dylan Periana (180-PG) of Sheridan College of Sheridan College
Trenity Burdine of Holland College
Alix Lochard of Collge Montmorency
Usama Zaid of Vancouver Island University
Paul Williams (201-C) of Sheridan College of Sheridan College

All-Tournament 2nd Team
John Smith Jr. (188-G) of SAIT
Robert Myles of Lethbridge College
Chase Bowden (196-F) of Holland College
Brian Owusu (188-G/F) of Sheridan College
Blondeau Tchoukuiegno (183-PG) of College Montmorency


Holland College Men's Basketball Finish on Top - Mar 8, 2017


For the fifth year in a row, the Holland College Hurricanes are ACAA Men's Basketball Champions. The defending champion Hurricanes held off the surging Mount Allison Mounties 81-70 in an exciting ACAA championship game played before more than 800 fans at Mount Allison's McCormack Gymnaisum. After a quick start by the Mounties, Holland grabbed a slight advantage, taking a 20-17 lead into the 1st quarter break. The teams stayed even through the 2nd quarter and by halftime the Holland lead stood at 1 point, 37-36. Holland built a cushion in the 3rd quarter and headed into the 4th quarter with a 65-49 lead. The Mounties would energize the home crowd in the 4th quarter as they pushed to within 7 points but it wasn't enough as Holland completed the 81-70 victory.
Abel Joseph (200-G-90) led all Holland scorers with 17 points while All-Canadian Trenity Burdine (198-F-91, college: Georgetown, KY) chipped in with 15 points for the Hurricanes. ACAA All-Star Roosevelt Whyley (198-F) had 11 points while Travis Adams (190-F) finished the game with 10 points.
The Mounties were once again led by ACAA Rookie of the Year Thomas LeGallais who had 21 points for the Mounties on 7 of 14 shooting from the field. Senior Alex Chisholm (193-F), playing in his last game at the McCormack gymnasium, added 16 for the Mounties while senior and ACAA 2nd team All-star Bradley Fuller (198-F) added 13 in his final home game.
Both teams advance to the 2017 CCAA Men's National Basketball Championships to be played at Holland College from March 15th-18th.

ACAA-AASC Tournament Final:
Holland - Mount Allison 81-70
ACAA-AASC Tournament Semifinals:
Holland - MSVU 76-65
Mount Allison - Crandall 83-59

Courtesy of Holland College


The SAIT Trojans are ACAC Champions - Mar 8, 2017


The SAIT Trojans men's basketball team are the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) champions.
The Trojans dominated the final three quarters of Saturday's championship final in Medicine Hat, Alta., as they came away with an 85-65 victory over the Lethbridge College Kodiaks to earn the school's first ACAC banner in 16 years.
"Fantastic. Just fantastic. It's unbelievable," said Trojans head coach Marty Birky , left speechless by the victory.
SAIT's gold medal performance is the first for the men's program since the 1999/00 season.
"This is such a difficult league," Birky said after leaving the interview to join in on some team photos. "We started August 1, and we worked and worked and worked - both as a coaching staff and as a team. . . This is what we dreamed about all year. I'm so excited."
By making it to the Saturday's championship final, Birky's team had already punched their ticket to the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Championship set for Charlottetown, PEI in mid-March.
Just qualifying wasn't enough for the Trojans. They wanted to put the rest of Canada on notice that they will be a team to be reckoned with come tournament time.
"We get a higher seed out of this win, and have all the momentum in the world on our side going into it," Birky added. "Three more games. Three more wins."
Without a doubt the biggest factor in the game was the one they call 'Almighty'.
John Smith Jr. (188-G) Jr. (2nd year, Lacey, Wash., Business Administration) scored an unbelievable 40 points in the win and was named the tournament's MVP.
"I really wanted to come out and be aggressive the whole game," said Smith, who averaged 32.3 points per game in the tournament. "We kind of had a bit of a different game plan, but I figured if I just stayed aggressive, we were going to be alright down the stretch."
In the game, it was Lethbridge who got out to an early lead before SAIT rallied back to tie it midway through the first quarter. The teams went back and forth before Lethbridge took a narrow 17-16 lead into the second.
From then on, SAIT seemed to be in the driver's seat. They outscored their opponents 69-48 in the final 30 minutes of action to secure the win. Any run by the Kodiaks was met by a three by Smith or a drive to the basket by Dathon Spencer (183-PG) (5th year, Santa Ana, Calif, Business Administration).
Spencer scored 15 points in the victory and added eight rebounds.
The final dagger seemed to come early in the fourth quarter when guard Justin Makasiar (178-PG) (5th year, Calgary, Business Administration) came off the bench and promptly hit a three from the corner to put SAIT up 14 with 8:24 left in the game.
After some lean years with the Trojans, Makasiar took time to take in the moment that was about to happen, hugging his teammates on the bench with just over a minute left.
"This might go down as the happiest moment of my life right now, I'm not going to lie," said Makasiar, who posed for seemingly hundreds of photos with his family after the game. "After five years, and how hard training camp was with the coaches pushing us to get to this moment, it's all been worth it. All the practices, all the hard work, it's been worth it."
Christopher Maughan (206-F) led the Kodiaks with 21 points and 10 rebounds.

ACAC Tournament Final: SAIT - Lethbridge 85-65
ACAC Tournament Semifinals:
SAIT - Red Deer 94-83
Lethbridge - Medicine Hath 78-66

Courtesy of SAIT Trojans


All-ACAC Awards 2017 - Mar 8, 2017


All-ACAC 1st Team 2017
Artavis Holiday
Holiday
Jackson Jacob
Jacob
Brett Jakubec
Jakubec
Kenny Johnson
Johnson
Cameron Vilcsak
Vilcsak

All-Tournament MVP: John Smith Jr. (6'2''-G) of SAIT
Player of the Year: Ian Tevis of Red Deer
Rookie of the Year: Terence Crisostomo of Keyano
North Coach of the Year: Reagan Wood of Concordia
South Coach of the Year: Marty Birky of SAIT

North Division 1st Team
: Artavis Holiday of Lakeland
G: Jackson Jacob (6'1''-G) of NAIT
: Brett Jakubec of Concordia
C: Kenny Johnson (6'3''-C) of Grande Prairie
PG: Cameron Vilcsak (PG) of UofA-Augustana

North Division 2nd Team
PF: Mitch Burnett (6'3''-PF-93) of King's Coll.
G: Sebastian Cava (6'2''-G) of NAIT
PG: Rami Ghanem (6'0''-PG-93) of Keyano
: Ryan McLaren of Concordia
: Jonatas Michel of Olds

South Division 1st Team
F: Guilherme Fuck (6'5''-F-89) of Medicine Hat
F: Chris Maughan (6'9''-F) of Lethbridge
G: Cory Richardson (186-G-93) of Perry Lakes H.
G: John Smith Jr. (6'2''-G) of SAIT
: Ian Tevis of Red Deer

South Division 2nd Team

G: Salissou Abdoulkader (6'4''-G) of Medicine Hat
F: Matt Matear (6'5''-F) of Red Deer
C: Pietro de Andrade (6'8''-C-90) of Medicine Hat
PG: Kyler Shula (5'10''-PG) of Ambrose
F: Shayne Stumpf (6'9''-F) of Red Deer


A Mariners Three-Peat - Mar 8, 2017


For the third straight season and fourth time in nine years the VIU Mariners are the PACWEST men's gold medalists after a 94-77 win over the Capilano Blues on Saturday night.
The Mariners used 49% shooting from the field in the victory led by tournament MVP Usama Zaid (193-G/F) who collected a game high 24 points, seven rebounds, three assists and two steals. Bryson Cox (190-G) was equally impressive scoring 19 points, had nine rebounds and seven assists and was named the player of the game. Jalen Schlegel chipped in with 17 points and seven rebounds.
Defensively the Mariners created 21 turnovers and held the Blues to 18% shooting from behind the arch.
'This one's special,' said head coach Matt Kuzminski . 'The togetherness of this team made it special and different from the last couple of years.'
The game was tied at halftime before the Mariners exploded for 32 points in the third quarter and held the Blues to just 16 to separate themselves and never looked back.
The silver medalists Blues shot 41% from the field led by Greet Gill (190-G) who finished with 22 points and Hassan Phills (193-G) who collected 21 points.
The Mariners will now board a plane in two weeks and represent the PACWEST at the CCAA national championship held at Holland University in Prince Edward Island.

PacWest Tournament Final: VIU - Capilano 94-77
PacWest Tournament Semifinals:
VIU - Douglas 86-71
Capilano - Langara 68-63

Courtesy of PacWestBC


All-PacWest Awards 2017 - Mar 8, 2017


All-PacWest 1st Team 2017
Greet Gill
Gill
Grant Campbell
Campbell
Ravi Basra
Basra
Dallas Searles
Searles
Usama Zaid
Zaid

All-Tournament MVP: Usama Zaid (6'4''-G/F) of VIU
Player of the Year: Usama Zaid (6'4''-G/F) of VIU
Rookie of the Year: Wayne Untalan (6'1''-G) of Capilano
Coach of the Year: Paul Eberhardt of Langara

1st Team
F: Greet Gill (6'4''-F) of Capilano
PG: Grant Campbell (6'0''-PG) of Douglas
PG: Ravi Basra (5'11''-PG) of Langara
G: Dallas Searles (6'3''-G) of Quest
G/F: Usama Zaid (6'4''-G/F) of VIU

2nd Team
G/F: Drake Downer (6'5''-G/F) of Langara
F: Malcolm Mensah (6'4''-F) of Douglas
F: Noah Derappard-Yuswack (6'4''-F) of Quest
F/C: Jalen Schlegelfd (6'8''-F/C) of VIU
G: Bryson Cox (6'3''-G) of VIU

All-Rookie Team
G: Wayne Untalan (6'1''-G) of Capilano
F/G: Jesse Stewart (6'4''-F/G) of CBC
PG: Lambert Pajayon (5'11''-PG) of Douglas
PG: Royce Sargeant (5'9''-PG) of Langara
G: Jonavan Grant (6'3''-G) of Quest

All-Tournament Team
: Reese Morris of Capilano
PG: Grant Campbell (6'0''-PG) of Douglas
G: Hassan Phills (6'3''-G) of Capilano
F: Greet Gill (6'4''-F) of Capilano
F/C: Jalen Schlegelfd (6'8''-F/C) of VIU
G/F: Usama Zaid (6'4''-G/F) of VIU


Sheridan wins OCAA Championships in thrilling fashion over George Brown - Mar 11, 2017


Sheridan guard Dylan Periana (180-PG) (#7) was speechless after his team pulled out a dramatic win over the George Brown Huskies.
The veteran Bruin has won two provincial championships before but never like this.
"It's amazing," Periana said. "I wouldn't have it end any other way."
A fitting way to end what was an exciting and jam packed tournament.
Forward Brian Owusu (188-G/F)'s (#33) jumper with 0.1 seconds left was the difference as Sheridan snuck by George Brown, 76-74, in a battle that decided the provincial title.
With the win, the Bruins secured a provincial title for the first time since 2014 and the twelfth in program history. It also continues a 14 year long streak in which a team from the OCAA West has won the OCAA Championships.
The last time a team from the OCAA East won a provincial title was the Alqonquin Thunder back in 2003.
Despite the result of this game, both teams earned a berth at nationals from winning their semi-final games.
Periana (Sheridan Player of the Game) was named the OCAA Championship's MVP (Most Valuable Player) as he led Sheridan with 28 points and hit a ridiculous seven three pointers. Guard Ostap Choliy (193-G/F) (#17) was the only other Bruin who scored in double figures with 13 points, and also had 13 rebounds.
The hero of the game, Owusu, had nine points and a team high four steals while centre Paul Williams (201-C) (#42) had a game high 16 rebounds and a team high four assists.
Owusu's heroics spoiled a magnificent performance from Huskies guard Kevon Mascoe (188-G) (George Brown Player of the Game) (#8). With CCAA All-Canadian Ajahmo Clarke (190-G) (#22) struggling with his shot the entire game, Mascoe stepped up, scoring a game high 32 points. Guard DJ James (186-G) was the only other Husky in double figures with 15 points while forward Jordan James (#9) had a team high 10 rebounds.
Clarke, meanwhile, finished with only eight points but had a game high nine assists and a game high five steals in the loss.
Both Owusu and Periana expected what was going to occur on the last possession, despite all of the chaos.
"I knew that (Owusu) can get off a good shot no matter who was guarding him," Periana said. "I got the rebound and passed it back."
"I wanted to get a good look and it was going to go," Owusu said, thinking about his game winner. "I've worked on my game a lot over the summer so I believe in everything I put up."
Interim coach Nick Davis, filling in for Bruins head coach Jim Flack, who was on medical leave, said this game against the Huskies proved that George Brown and the OCAA East is to be respected.
"They play hard," Davis said. "I have a lot of respect for Coach Jonathan Smith and what he's done with the program."
Owusu agreed, saying, "The East has really earned a lot of respect from us this season."
Davis also praised Mascoe's performance.
"He (Kevon) was amazing the whole game," Davis said in awe. "I felt bad for him because I thought he deserved a better fate."
The championship game was so tight between both teams that the largest margin of lead was just six points, when Sheridan was up 57-51 after three quarters.
The deciding factor in this game, though, was on the glass, as the Bruins out rebounded the Huskies, 68-47, and outscored them in second chance points, 31-9.
Sheridan also hit three more triples (12-9) than George Brown while the Huskies had 10 more assists (24-14).
The Bruins went up 7-3 early before the Huskies reeled off seven straight points to go up three. Both teams went back and forth and Sheridan were up 18-16 after one.
Mascoe heated up in the second quarter, as he scored 10 of his 13 points in the frame. The Huskies went up 26-23 before the Bruins went on a 7-0 run to go up 30-26. A dunk from Huskies forward Matthew Bukovec (198-G/F) (#6) at the buzzer put George Brown up 37-35 at the half.
Both teams, once again, went back and forth, with Choliy and Mascoe exchanging baskets in a flurry to begin the third quarter. After the score was tied at 47, Sheridan went on a 10-4 run to close the quarter and went up 57-51. Choliy had eight points while Periana had seven in the quarter.
The final quarter saw the Huskies respond right back, going on a 7-0 run, capped off by a three from DJ James (186-G). Consecutive three pointers from Choliy and Periana put the Bruins back up five (63-58). Both teams then exchanged baskets until Periana was fouled with 18.1 seconds left, with Sheridan up 73-71.
To everyone's shock, Periana, who shot 94.1 per cent from the line in the tournament, split a pair of free throws, giving the Huskies a chance to tie the game.
George Brown had Clarke isolated at the top of the key before he dished to a wide open Mascoe, who sank the corner three to tie the game at 74, setting up one last shot for Sheridan.
Owusu missed a shot from the corner but Periana pulled down an incredible offensive rebound and passed in midair back to Owusu, who hit a ridiculously contested jumper to go up 76-74, sending the Sheridan crowd in a frenzy and leaving Huskies fans stunned.
George Brown had one last chance to score, but the inbound lob was denied, sealing the win for Sheridan.
Periana, Choliy, and Owusu were named Tournament All Stars for the Bruins while Clarke and Mascoe were named Tournament All Stars for the Huskies.

OCAA Tournament Final: Sheridan - George Brown 76-74
OCAA Tournament Semifinals:
Sheridan - Humber 94-85, OT
George Brown - Niagara 85-74

Courtesy of OCAA


All-OCAA Awards 2017 - Mar 11, 2017


All-OCAA 1st Team 2017
Yusuf Ali
Ali
Jaz Bains
Bains
Ajahmo Clarke
Clarke
Marko Curic
Curic
Khalil Miller
Miller

All-Tournament MVP: Dylan Periana (5'11''-PG) of Sheridan
Player of the Year: Rayvon Higdon (6'2''-G/F) of Redeemer
Rookie of the Year: Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca
All-Canadians: Ajahmo Clarke (6'3''-G) of George Brown
All-Canadians: Rayvon Higdon (6'2''-G/F) of Redeemer
East Division Defensive Player of the Year: Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca
East Division Rookie of the Year: Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca
West Division Defensive Player of the Year: Tyrone Dickson (6'6''-F) of Humber
West Division Rookie of the Year: Matt Elcock (6'1''-G) of Mohawk
Coach of the Year: Jonathan Smith of George Brown
East Division Coach of the Year: Jonathan Smith of George Brown
West Division Coach of the Year: Jim Flack of Sheridan

East Division 1st Team
G: Yusuf Ali (6'0''-G) of Seneca
G: Jaz Bains (6'1''-G-93) of St.Lawrence
G: Ajahmo Clarke (6'3''-G) of George Brown
G/F: Marko Curic (6'10''-G/F) of Centennial
F: Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca

East Division 2nd Team
F: Tigh Chapman (6'7''-F) of Loyalist
F: Funsho Dimeji (6'5''-F) of Durham
SF: Tarez Hepburn (6'3''-SF) of Canadore
PG: Josh McFarlene (6'0''-PG) of Centennial
PG: Tyler Vanessen (6'1''-PG) of Georgian

West Division 1st Team
G/F: Ostap Choliy (6'4''-G/F) of Sheridan
F: Tyrone Dickson (6'6''-F) of Humber
G/F: Rayvon Higdon (6'2''-G/F) of Redeemer
G: Van Hutchinson (6'4''-G) of Niagara
G/F: Brian Owusu (6'2''-G/F) of Sheridan

West Division 2nd Team
G: Lamar Barr (6'0''-G) of Mohawk
PG: Lequan Hylton (5'10''-PG) of Niagara
F: Ancil Martin (6'5''-F) of Humber
G: Branden Padgett (5'11''-G) of Lambton
PG: Dylan Periana (5'11''-PG) of Sheridan

All-Rookie Team
G: Deandre Austin (6'3''-G) of Fanshawe
PG: Foster Brown (6'0''-PG) of Redeemer
G: Matt Elcock (6'1''-G) of Mohawk
G: Brandon Halliburton (6'1''-G) of Durham
G/F: Malcolm Jackson (6'6''-G/F-91) of Centennial
F: Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca

All-Tournament Team
PG: Dylan Periana (5'11''-PG) of Sheridan
G/F: Ostap Choliy (6'4''-G/F) of Sheridan
G: Ajahmo Clarke (6'3''-G) of George Brown
G: Kevon Mascoe (6'2''-G) of George Brown


All-RSEQ Awards 2017 - Mar 8, 2017


All-RSEQ 1st Team 2017
Alix Lochard
Lochard
Nathan Cayo
Cayo
Cheikh-Ibrahima Ngom
Ngom
Anthony Sanogo
Sanogo
Kevin Civil
Civil

Player of the Year: Alix Lochard of Montmorency
Defensive Player of the Year: Nudy Georges (6'3''-G) of Dawson
Rookie of the Year: Blondeau Tchoukuiegno (6'0''-PG) of Montmorency
Coach of the Year: Marc-Olivier Beauchamp of Montmorency

1st Team
: Alix Lochard of Montmorency
G/F: Nathan Cayo (6'7''-G/F) of Jean-de-Brebeuf
: Cheikh-Ibrahima Ngom of Vanier
: Anthony Sanogo of Edouard-Montpetit
: Kevin Civil of Montmorency

2nd Team
G: Nudy Georges (6'3''-G) of Dawson
F/G: Emmanuel Bandoumel (6'5''-F/G) of Jean-de-Brebeuf
: Guillaume Pepin of Jean-de-Brebeuf
: Daric Labadie of Sainte-Foy
PG: Bahaide Haidara (6'5''-PG) of Dawson



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