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CIS Standings
Atlantic
 1. Acadia 0-0 
 2. Cape Breton 0-0 
 3. Dalhousie 0-0 
 4. Memorial 0-0 
 5. St.Francis X. 0-0 
 6. St.Marys 0-0 
 7. St.Thomas 0-0 
 8. UNB 0-0 
 9. UPEI 0-0 
CanWest Explorer Division
 1. MacEwan 0-0 
 2. Mount Royal 0-0 
 3. TRU 0-0 
 4. UBC Okanagan 0-0 
 5. UFV 0-0 
 6. UNBC 0-0 
CanWest Pioneer Division
 1. Alberta 0-0 
 2. Brandon 0-0 
 3. Calgary 0-0 
 4. Lethbridge 0-0 
 5. Manitoba 0-0 
 6. Regina 0-0 
 7. Saskatchewan 0-0 
 8. TWU 0-0 
 9. UBC 0-0 
 10. Victoria 0-0 
 11. Winnipeg 0-0 
OUA Central
 1. Brock 0-0 
 2. Guelph 0-0 
 3. Lakehead 0-0 
 4. McMaster 0-0 
OUA East
 1. Queens 0-0 
 2. Ryerson 0-0 
 3. Toronto 0-0 
 4. York 0-0 
OUA North
 1. Carleton 0-0 
 2. Laurentian 0-0 
 3. Nipissing 0-0 
 4. Ottawa 0-0 
OUA West
 1. Algoma 0-0 
 2. Laurier 0-0 
 3. Waterloo 0-0 
 4. Western 0-0 
 5. Windsor 0-0 
Quebec League
 1. Bishops 0-0 
 2. Concordia 0-0 
 3. Laval 0-0 
 4. McGill 0-0 
 5. UQAM 0-0 
Last:7/24/2016
CCAA Standings
ACAA-AASC
 1. Holland 19-1 
 2. Kings Univ. 14-6 
 3. Mt.St.Vincent 14-6 
 4. Crandall 13-7 
 5. Mount Allison 8-12 
 6. UNB Saint John 7-13 
 7. St.Thomas 5-15 
 8. Dalhousie 0-20 
ACAC North
 1. Keyano 19-5 
 2. NAIT 18-6 
 3. Grande Prairie 15-9 
 4. Lakeland 12-12 
 5. Concordia 9-15 
 6. Kings Coll. 8-16 
 7. UofA-Augustana 3-21 
ACAC South
 1. Red Deer 16-5 
 2. Lethbridge 15-6 
 3. Medicine Hat 15-6 
 4. Olds 15-6 
 5. Ambrose 8-13 
 6. St.Marys 7-14 
 7. SAIT 6-15 
 8. Briercrest 2-19 
OCAA East
 1. La Cite 16-4 
 2. Algonquin 13-7 
 3. George Brown 13-7 
 4. St.Lawrence 13-7 
 5. Georgian 11-9 
 6. Seneca 9-11 
 7. Durham 8-12 
 8. Canadore 7-13 
 9. Fleming 7-13 
 10. Loyalist 7-13 
 11. Centennial 6-14 
OCAA West
 1. Humber 16-5 
 2. Sheridan 15-4 
 3. Mohawk 14-5 
 4. Lambton 13-5 
 5. Niagara 12-6 
 6. St.Clair 7-11 
 7. Redeemer 6-12 
 8. Sault 5-13 
 9. Fanshawe 4-14 
 10. Cambrian 1-17 
PacWest
 1. VIU 21-0 
 2. Quest 18-3 
 3. Langara 13-8 
 4. Capilano 11-10 
 5. Douglas 10-11 
 6. Camosun 8-13 
 7. CBC 3-18 
 8. KPU 0-21 
RSEQ
 1. Ch.-St-Lambert 11-3 
 2. Montmorency 11-3 
 3. Edouard-Montpetit 7-7 
 4. Jean-de-Brebeuf 7-7 
 5. John Abbott 7-7 
 6. Vanier 7-7 
 7. Sainte-Foy 4-10 
 8. Dawson 2-12 
Last:3/12/2016
Points Per Game
 Javon MASTERS
  UNB
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 27.8
 1. Masters, UNB27.8 
 2. Cooper, Calgary25.7 
 3. Scott, UPEI25.0 
 4. Morrow, Western23.7 
 5. Campbell, Windsor22.5 
 6. Johnson, Toronto22.3 
 7. Singh, Queen's21.5 
 8. Curcic, Memorial20.4 
 9. Elgadi, Brock19.9 
 10. L'Africain, Ottawa19.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Mike PEREIRA
  Waterloo
  (196-F-93)
  Avg: 11.7
 1. Pereira, Waterloo11.7 
 2. Elgadi, Brock11.4 
 3. Layton, Mount R.11.2 
 4. Bercy, St.Franc.10.7 
 5. Barrie, St.Mary's10.1 
 6. Wolfram, TRU10.1 
 7. Omoerah, Manitoba9.9 
 8. Anders, Manitoba9.5 
 9. Parchment, UFV9.0 
 10. Dut, UPEI8.8 
Assists Per Game
 Ritchie KANZA MATA
  Dalho.
  (184-G-)
  Avg: 6.7
 1. Kanza Mata, Dalho.6.7 
 2. Provo, St.Franc.6.4 
 3. Keane, Carleton6.4 
 4. Daley, UNB6.3 
 5. Pribilsky, TRU6.1 
 6. Reader, York5.6 
 7. Miller, Acadia5.5 
 8. Blain, UQAM5.4 
 9. L'Africain, Ottawa5.1 
 10. Parchment, UFV5.0 
Steals Per Game
 Dejon BURDEAUX
  Lethb.
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 3.4
 1. Burdeaux, Lethb.3.4 
 2. Blain, UQAM2.8 
 3. Reader, York2.8 
 4. Redpath, McMaster2.7 
 5. Agada, Ottawa2.6 
 6. Devereaux, Cape B.2.4 
 7. Lynch-Blair, Winni.2.4 
 8. Pribilsky, TRU2.3 
 9. Smith, Acadia2.2 
 10. Daley, UNB2.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Rudolphe JOLY
  Windsor Exp.
  (208-C-)
  Avg: 4
 1. Joly, Windsor Exp.4.0 
 2. Layton, Mount R.2.7 
 3. Green, Ryerson2.5 
 4. Elgadi, Brock2.0 
 5. Curcic, Memorial1.9 
 6. Oirbans, Winnipeg1.8 
 7. Graham, Queen's1.7 
 8. Debache, UQAM1.7 
 9. McCarthy, Ottawa1.7 
 10. Osayande, Saskat.1.6 
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CIS Round 5 results and stats - Nov 11, 2012


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It's still too early stage of the Regular Season in CIS, but even now we can clearly see the differece between stronger teams and outsiders. Very exciting round. It does not happen too often that three games need overtime in just one round. The round was rather attractive and full of interesting results. The round ended with change at the leadership position, extra overtimes, favorites losing the games and games ending by tiny margin.

Round 5 in CIS means a new league leader. The biggest surprise took place in Windsor, ON where host Lancers (2-0) beat league's leader Gee-Gees (1-1) 72-68 on Saturday evening. It was a key game for the top position in the league. Lancers forced 23 Gee-Gees turnovers. 25 personal fouls committed by Gee-Gees helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. The best player for the winners was point guard Enrico Diloreto (185-90) who scored 14 points and 5 assists. International forward Lien Phillip (203-89) chipped in 10 points and 11 rebounds. Guard Johnny Berhanemeskel (185) produced 26 points and 7 rebounds for the guests. Both coaches used bench players in such tough game. Lancers keep a position of league leader, which they share with 3 other teams. Gee-Gees at the other side dropped to the second place with one game lost. They share the position with 7 other teams. They were replaced at the leadership position by Ryerson. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
The game had a very big importance for third-ranked Rams as it allowed them to take a leadership position after previous leader's (Gee-Gees) loss. Rams smashed bottom-ranked Gryphons in Toronto, ON 91-43. Guard Jordon Gauthier (191) orchestrated the victory with a double-double by scoring 19 points and 13 rebounds. Bjorn Michaelsen contributed with 11 points and 6 rebounds for the winners. Guard Charles Amponsah (185) answered with 11 points for Gryphons. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. As mentioned above they are at the top of the standings, which they share with 3 other teams. Gryphons at the other side still closes the standings with two games lost. They share the position with 3 other teams. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
The most crucial game of the last round was the first loss of undefeated Rouge et Or (0-1) in Quebec City, QC on Saturday night. Hosts were rolled over by Redmen (1-0) 80-58. It was a key game for the top position in the league as both teams had the same 0-0 record before this meeting. Vincent Dufort stepped up with a double-double by scoring 16 points and 10 rebounds for the winners. Thibaud Dezutter responded with 13 points and 6 rebounds. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Redmen keeps a position of league leader, which they share with 4 other teams. Loser Rouge et Or still closes the standings with one game lost. They share the position with UQAM and Laurier. Redmen will have a break next round, and it should allow them to practice more before next game. Rouge et Or will play against the league's leader Stingers (#1) in Montreal, QC and hopes to get finally their first victory.

Other games of round 5 were quite predictable and ended without any surprises. Here they are:
Mount Royal crushed UBC Okanagan in Calgary, AB 78-59. Lethbridge beat Saskatchewan at home 99-87. TRU lost to undefeated UBC on the opponent's court 63-97. UFV lost to undefeated Victoria in a home game 72-78. Brandon recorded a loss to Manitoba on the road 63-81. McMaster was defeated by Laurentian on its own court 64-65. York beat Brock in Toronto, ON 70-69. Toronto Univ. was destroyed by Lakehead at home 73-94. Carleton outscored Western on the opponent's court 86-46. St.Mary's lost to undefeated St.Francis X. in a home game 97-105. Cape Breton crushed Memorial on the road 107-61. UPEI beat Dalhousie on its own court 89-82. Acadia destroyed New Brunsw. in Wolfville, NS 83-60.
The best stats of 5th round was 26 points and 4 assists by Jimmy Dorsey of Cape Breton.


UNBC - TWU 100-103 OT

TWU needed overtime to beat UNBC 103:100. Osborne top-scored for the winners with 19 points and Raphael scored 28 points in defeat.
Top scorers:
UNBC: S.Raphael 28+7reb+3ast, J.Araujo 25+7reb+1ast, F.Rowe 21+2reb, J.Rybachuk 8+4reb, C.Barton 4+7reb, G.Aubertin 4+4reb
TWU: K.Osborne 19+4reb+1ast, M.Perrin 19+6reb+2ast, D.McDonald 18+6reb, J.Bakuteka 17+3reb+1ast, L.Goossen 16+8reb+1ast, T.Smith 11+2reb+3ast
gschID: 190369


UBC Okanagan - Mount Royal 59-78

We cannot really consider it an upset in the game between close teams in Kelowna, BC where 6th ranked Heat (1-3) was crushed by seventh ranked Mount Royal (1-3) 78-59 on Saturday. The guests trailed by 9 points after first quarter, but they stormed back and won the game by 19 points. Mount Royal forced 27 Heat turnovers. The best player for the winners was forward Ray Goff (201) who scored 12 points and 9 rebounds. Forward Nick Loewen (196) chipped in 15 points and 6 rebounds. Four Mount Royal players scored in double figures. Mount Royal's coach Marc Dobell used entire bench and allowed the starting five to rest. Azi Fahandeg-Sadi (193) produced 18 points and 7 rebounds and guard Greet Gill (190) added 10 points and 6 rebounds respectively for the hosts. Mount Royal left bottom position moving up to fifth place, which they share with 5 other teams including defeated Heat. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UBC Okanagan: A.Fahandeg-Sadi 18+7reb+1ast, G.Gill 10+6reb+1ast, L.Ndayitwayeko 8+4reb+2ast, A.Faza 6+2reb+2ast, M.Goodwin 6+2reb+1ast, D.Mackay 6+4reb
Mount Royal: N.Loewen 15+6reb, R.Goff 12+9reb, D.Awak 11+3reb+1ast, J.Lefebvre 11+1reb, A.Abraha 10+5reb+4ast, M.Akwl 8+3reb+1ast
gschID: 190368


Lethbridge - Saskatchewan 99-87

Everything could happen in Lethbridge, AB at the game between two tied teams. Both third ranked Pronghorn and second-ranked Huskies had identical 2-1 record. This time Pronghorn used a home court advantage and defeated the opponent from Saskatoon, SK 99-87 on Saturday night. It was a key game for the top position in the league. The hosts trailed by 6 points at the halftime before their 53-35 charge in the second half, which allowed them to win the game. Pronghorn made 24-of-27 free shots (88.9 percent) during the game. Huskies were plagued by 25 personal fouls down the stretch. The best player for the winners was guard Chaz Johnson (183) who scored 17 points and 9 rebounds. Guard Logan Reiter (188) chipped in 20 points and 5 assists. Forward Matthew Forbes (198) produced 27 points and 5 rebounds and American guard Stephon Lamar (185, college: Pacific) added 14 points and 8 assists respectively for the guests. Both teams had five players each who scored in double figures. Both coaches tested many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Pronghorn (3-1) keeps a position of league leader, which they share with Alberta. Loser Huskies dropped to the third place with two games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Saskatchewan: M.Forbes 27+5reb+1ast, E.Ostertag 17+2reb+2ast, S.Lamar 14+1reb+8ast, P.Burns 10+6reb+1ast, T.Severinski 10+5reb, B.Baker 4+8reb+2ast
Lethbridge: L.Reiter 20+3reb+5ast, C.Johnson 17+9reb+2ast, J.Chief-Morris 15+6reb+2ast, N.Kovac 11+3reb, D.Waldner 11+5reb+3ast, M.Duce 11+3reb+2ast
gschID: 190365


UBC - TRU 97-63

Very expected game in Vancouver, BC where 5th ranked Wolfpack (1-3) was rolled over by leader Thunderbirds (4-0) 97-63 on Saturday. Thunderbirds held Wolfpack to an opponent 24.1 percent shooting from the field compared to 47.8 percent accuracy of the winners and made 24-of-30 free shots (80.0 percent) during the game. Thunderbirds forced 21 Wolfpack turnovers. The best player for the winners was American guard Doug Plumb (193, college: Minnesota St.) who scored 16 points and 6 rebounds. Guard Geoff Pippus (196) chipped in 16 points. Four Thunderbirds players scored in double figures. Will Ondrik produced 9 points and 10 rebounds and Troy Grant added 14 points respectively for the guests. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Thunderbirds have a solid series of four victories in a row. They maintain first place with 4-0 record, which they share with Victoria. Loser Wolfpack keeps the fifth position with three games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
TRU: T.Grant 14+2reb+1ast, K.Pribilsky 10, V.Watson 9+3reb+1ast, W.Ondrik 9+10reb+2ast, A.Pierre 5, B.Rouault 5+3reb+1ast
UBC: D.Plumb 16+6reb, G.Pippus 16+3reb+2ast, I.Solomon 14+3reb+1ast, T.Nixon 11+5reb+1ast, C.Morgan 10+2reb+1ast, J.Jensen-Whyte 7+4reb+4ast
gschID: 190367


UFV - Victoria 72-78

The game between closely ranked teams ended with leader Vikies' (4-0) road victory over 3rd placed Cascades (2-2) 78-72 on Saturday. Cascades were plagued by 28 personal fouls down the stretch. The best player for the winners was center Chris McLaughlin (208) who scored 22 points and 7 rebounds (on 10-of-12 shooting from the field). Terrell Evans chipped in 17 points and 7 rebounds. Kevon Parchment produced 23 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists and forward Kyle Grewal (198-88) added 21 points and 5 rebounds respectively for the hosts. Vikies have a solid series of four victories in a row. They keep a position of league leader, which they share with UBC. Loser Cascades keep the third place with two games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UFV: K.Parchment 23+9reb+6ast, K.Grewal 21+5reb+2ast, N.Kendall 12+2reb+2ast, J.York 4+1reb+1ast, J.Blackman 4+1reb+1ast, K.Figueiredo 3+1reb+4ast
Victoria: C.McLaughlin 22+7reb+3ast, T.Evans 17+7reb, M.Acheampong 9+4reb+7ast, K.Peterson 8+2reb+3ast, R.Erikson 8+3reb+1ast, B.Dunlop 7+4ast
gschID: 190366


Laval - McGill 58-80

The most crucial game of the last round was the first loss of undefeated Rouge et Or (0-1) in Quebec City, QC on Saturday night. Hosts were rolled over by Redmen (1-0) 80-58. It was a key game for the top position in the league as both teams had the same 0-0 record before this meeting. The game without a history. Redmen led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. Redmen outrebounded Rouge et Or 39-28 including a 29-18 advantage in defensive rebounds. Forward Vincent Dufort (195) stepped up with a double-double by scoring 16 points and 10 rebounds for the winners and American guard Adrian Hynes-Guery (190, college: Amer.Internat.) chipped in 15 points and 4 assists. Thibaud Dezutter responded with 13 points and 6 rebounds and Joakim Longpre scored 11 points. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Redmen keeps a position of league leader, which they share with 4 other teams. Loser Rouge et Or still closes the standings with one game lost. They share the position with UQAM and Laurier. Redmen will have a break next round, and it should allow them to practice more before next game. Rouge et Or will play against the league's leader Stingers (#1) in Montreal, QC and hopes to get finally their first victory.
Top scorers:
Laval: T.Dezutter 13+6reb+1ast, J.Longpre 11+2reb+2ast, K.Demers-Belanger 10+1reb+2ast, H.Ryan 8+4reb+1ast, A.Guilard 5+5reb, K.Amrani 4+2reb+1ast
McGill: V.Dufort 16+10reb+2ast, A.Hynes-Guery 15+3reb+4ast, A.Mitrovic 9+7reb+3ast, N.Joyal 9+4reb+2ast, C.McCue 8+2reb+1ast, A.Bross 7+3reb+1ast
gschID: 190362


Manitoba - Brandon 81-63

Everything could happen in Winnipeg, MB at the game between two tied teams. Both seventh ranked Bisons and 6th ranked Bobcats had identical 1-2 record. This time Bisons used a home court advantage and defeated the opponent from Brandon, MB 81-63 on Saturday night. The game without a history. Bisons led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They dominated down low during the game scoring 46 of its points in the paint compared to Bobcats' 22. Bisons forced 22 Bobcats turnovers. The best player for the winners was American guard Stephan Walton (178-87, college: Valdosta St.) who scored 29 points, 6 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 steals. Forward Yigit Ozsayiner (198) chipped in 7 points and 10 rebounds. Walton is a former Eurobasket Summer League player, which is considered top international summer league in the market. Ali-Mounir Benabdelhak produced a double-double by scoring 20 points and 12 rebounds and Reggie Smith added 16 points respectively for the guests. Both coaches tested many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Bisons (2-2) moved-up to third place, which they share with 5 other teams. Loser Bobcats dropped to the fifth position with three games lost. Bisons will have a break next round. Bobcats will play on the road against Wesmen (#5) in Winnipeg, MB and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Brandon: A.Benabdelhak 20+12reb, R.Smith 16+1reb+2ast, I.Bonhomme 8+4reb+2ast, J.Molin 6+2reb, K.Ramsey 5+5reb+1ast, J.Reaves 4+11reb+1ast
Manitoba: S.Walton 29+6reb+7ast, J.Huertas 12+6reb+1ast, D.Joseph 9+7reb+1ast, X.Smith 9+4reb+3ast, Y.Ozsayiner 7+10reb+2ast, B.Speer 6+4reb+1ast
gschID: 190364


McMaster - Laurentian 64-65

There was a surprise result in Hamilton, ON where seventh ranked Voyageurs (1-1) edged second-ranked Marauders (1-1) 65-64 on Saturday. Voyageurs forced 22 Marauders turnovers. The best player for the winners was swingman Georges Serresse (191) who scored 22 points. Alex Ratte chipped in 22 points. Guard Rohan Boney (193) produced 19 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists and guard Joe Rocca (193) added 15 points and 6 rebounds respectively for the hosts. Four Marauders players scored in double figures. Marauders' coach rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help. Voyageurs left bottom position moving up to second place, which they share with 7 other teams including defeated Marauders. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
McMaster: R.Boney 19+5reb+7ast, J.Rocca 15+6reb+2ast, T.Black 14+4reb+2ast, S.Laws 12+8reb+1ast, N.Mccarthy 4+1reb, J.Quiring 0
Laurentian: A.Ratte 22+1reb+2ast, G.Serresse 22+3reb+3ast, N.Yengue 6+1reb, R.Bennett 6+2reb, T.Carter-Newman 4+2reb, J.Budd 2+9reb+3ast
gschID: 190363


Brock - York 69-70

There was a minor upset in St.Catharines, ON where leader Badgers (1-1) were edged by eighth ranked Lions (1-1) 70-69 on Saturday. It was a key game for the second position in the league. Lions forced 21 Badgers turnovers. The best player for the winners was forward Daniel Tulloch (196) who scored 12 points and 7 rebounds. Guard Raheem Isaac (190) chipped in 15 points. Four Lions players scored in double figures. Lions' coach Tom Oliveri used an eleven-player rotation in such tough game. Forward Mark Gibson (198) produced 25 points and 6 rebounds and forward Tshing Kasamba (196) added 20 points respectively for the hosts. Lions left bottom position moving up to second place, which they share with 7 other teams including defeated Badgers. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Brock: M.Gibson 25+6reb+2ast, T.Kasamba 20+4reb+2ast, J.Tipping 10+8reb+4ast, I.Egueh 4+7reb+5ast, K.Biel 4+7reb+1ast, B.Nahimana 4+3reb
York: R.Isaac 15+2reb+1ast, D.Tyndale 13+3ast, N.Tufegdzich 12+5reb+1ast, D.Tulloch 12+7reb, N.Chandrakumar 5+3reb, A.Rados 4+3reb+2ast
gschID: 190361


Toronto Univ. - Lakehead 73-94

There was a small surprise in Toronto, ON where sixth ranked Thunderwolves (1-1) smashed 4th placed Blues (1-1) 94-73 on Saturday. Thunderwolves dominated down low during the game scoring 58 of its points in the paint compared to Blues' 32. They outrebounded Blues 44-19 including a 19-4 advantage in offensive rebounds. Thunderwolves looked well-organized offensively handing out 22 assists. The best player for the winners was guard Dwayne Harvey who scored 16 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists. Naturalized Egyptian forward Yoosrie Salhia (198-87) chipped in 8 points and 13 rebounds. Guard Arun Kumar (183) produced 19 points and naturalized Greek guard Alex Hill (196-90, college: Cornell) added 16 points and 5 rebounds respectively for the hosts. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Thunderwolves left bottom position moving up to second place, which they share with 7 other teams including defeated Blues. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Toronto Univ.: A.Kumar 19+2reb+3ast, B.Garvin 17+2reb, A.Hill 16+5reb+2ast, L.Schuetz 9+2reb, A.Plummer 8+5reb+1ast, M.Savel 3+2reb+3ast
Lakehead: B.Johnson 16, D.Harvey 16+9reb+4ast, J.Jones 13+5reb+3ast, B.King 10+1reb+2ast, J.Hart 8+5reb+1ast, Y.Salhia 8+13reb+3ast
gschID: 190360


Western - Carleton 46-86

Everything could happen in London, ON at the game between two tied teams. Both sixth ranked Ravens and bottom-ranked Mustangs had identical 0-1 record. But Mustangs were not able to use a home court advantage and were rolled over by the opponent from Ottawa, ON 86-46 on Saturday night. Ravens outrebounded Mustangs 44-16 including a 15-2 advantage in offensive rebounds. They shot the lights out from three sinking 19 long-distance shots on high 55.9 percentage. The best player for the winners was international guard Philip Scrubb (190-92) who scored 16 points and 6 assists. International forward Tyson Hinz (198-91) chipped in 16 points and 5 rebounds (perfect from the field making all seven shots !!!). Four Ravens players scored in double figures. Forward Peter Scholtes (196) produced 12 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists and forward Greg Morrow (190) added 14 points and 5 assists respectively for the hosts. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Ravens (1-1) left bottom position moving up to second place, which they share with 7 other teams. Loser Mustangs still closes the standings with two games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Western: G.Morrow 14+3reb+5ast, P.Scholtes 12+6reb+5ast, R.Higgins 8+3reb, Q.Henderson 4+1reb+1ast, C.Drouin 3+1reb, A.Vandervoort 3
Carleton: T.Hinz 16+5reb+2ast, P.Scrubb 16+2reb+6ast, G.Resch 15+5reb+2ast, T.Scrubb 10+7reb+2ast, C.Springer-Williams 9+3reb+1ast, K.Blain 6+4reb+1ast
gschID: 190359


Windsor - Ottawa 72-68

Round 5 in CIS means a new league leader. The biggest surprise took place in Windsor, ON where host Lancers (2-0) beat league's leader Gee-Gees (1-1) 72-68 on Saturday evening. It was a key game for the top position in the league. Lancers forced 23 Gee-Gees turnovers. 25 personal fouls committed by Gee-Gees helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. The best player for the winners was point guard Enrico Diloreto (185-90) who scored 14 points and 5 assists. International forward Lien Phillip (203-89) chipped in a double-double by scoring 10 points and 11 rebounds. Guard Johnny Berhanemeskel (185) produced 26 points and 7 rebounds and point guard Michael L'Africain (185) added 2 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists respectively for the guests. Both coaches used bench players in such tough game. Lancers keep a position of league leader, which they share with 3 other teams. Gee-Gees at the other side dropped to the second place with one game lost. They share the position with 7 other teams. They were replaced at the leadership position by Ryerson. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Ottawa: J.Berhanemeskel 26+7reb+1ast, C.Agada 9+4reb, M.Tihani 8+3reb, M.Plunkett 6+4reb, W.Ward 6+2reb+1ast, G.Gonthier-Dubue 5+6reb+1ast
Windsor: E.Diloreto 14+2reb+5ast, J.Collins 12+2reb+3ast, L.Phillip 10+11reb, E.Matthews 9+6reb, N.Ntim 8+1reb, R.Osuntola 7+3reb+1ast
gschID: 190358


St.Mary's - St.Francis X. 97-105

There was a surprise result in Halifax, NS where leader X-Men (1-0) beat leader Huskies (2-1) 105-97 on Saturday. It was a key game for the top position in the league. The guests trailed by 3 points after first quarter, but they rallied back to get the 4-point lead at the halftime and eventually won the game 105-97. X-Men made 28-of-33 free shots (84.8 percent) during the game. Huskies were plagued by 24 personal fouls down the stretch. The best player for the winners was guard Terry Thomas (193) who scored 28 points, 9 rebounds and 4 blocks. Guard Tyrell Vernon (185-88) chipped in 16 points and 5 assists. American guard Johnny Higgins (187, college: Marshall) produced a double-double by scoring 20 points, 8 rebounds and 12 assists and Nigerian guard Harry Ezenibe (190-87) added 23 points and 6 rebounds (on 10-of-11 shooting from the field) respectively for the hosts. Both teams had five players each who scored in double figures. X-Men keeps a position of league leader, which they share with 4 other teams. Loser Huskies dropped to the third place with one game lost. X-Men will face Capers (#4) in Sydney, NS in the next round.
Top scorers:
St.Mary''s: H.Ezenibe 23+6reb, J.Higgins 20+8reb+12ast, R.Halpin 15+9reb+3ast, K.Thomas 12+4reb, J.McAvoy 12+8reb+3ast, K.Scott 7+2reb
St.Francis X.: T.Thomas 28+9reb+1ast, T.Vernon 16+2reb+5ast, J.Dunn 15+6reb+1ast, J.Clarke 13+6reb+3ast, W.Donkoh 10+5reb+2ast, S.Coupland 10+4reb+2ast
gschID: 190355


Ryerson - Guelph 91-43

The game had a very big importance for third-ranked Rams as it allowed them to take a leadership position after previous leader's (Gee-Gees) loss. Rams smashed bottom-ranked Gryphons in Toronto, ON 91-43. Rams held Gryphons to an opponent 25.0 percent shooting from the field compared to 55.6 percent accuracy of the winners and made 20-of-26 charity shots (76.9 percent) during the game. Rams outrebounded Gryphons 42-20 including a 33-14 advantage in defensive rebounds. Gryphons were plagued by 26 personal fouls down the stretch. Guard Jordon Gauthier (191) orchestrated the victory with a double-double by scoring 19 points and 13 rebounds. Forward Bjorn Michaelsen (201) contributed with 11 points and 6 rebounds for the winners. Four Rams players scored in double figures. Guard Charles Amponsah (185) answered with 11 points and guard Zachary Angus (185) added 5 points in the effort for Gryphons. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. As mentioned above they are at the top of the standings, which they share with 3 other teams. Gryphons at the other side still closes the standings with two games lost. They share the position with 3 other teams. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Guelph: C.Amponsah 11+2reb, D.Thompson 8+1ast, Z.Angus 5+4reb+1ast, P.Smith 4, A.Kemp 4+1reb, T.Thompson 4+1reb+3ast
Ryerson: J.Gauthier 19+13reb, J.Jones 15+4ast, B.Michaelsen 11+6reb+3ast, J.Wheatle 10+2reb+3ast, A.Best 9+8reb, A.Gebrekerestos 9+2reb+3ast
gschID: 190357


Memorial - Cape Breton 61-107

Not a big story in a game in St.John's, NL where bottom-ranked Sea Hawks (0-3) were outplayed by leader Capers (1-0) 107-61 on Saturday. The game without a history. Capers led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They dominated down low during the game scoring 62 of its points in the paint compared to Sea Hawks' 34. Capers forced 27 Sea Hawks turnovers and outrebounded them 48-28 including a 19-5 advantage in offensive rebounds. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 33 assists comparing to just 20 passes made by Sea Hawks' players. The best player for the winners was American guard Jimmy Dorsey (188) who scored 26 points and 4 assists. Forward Arild Geugjes (203) chipped in a double-double by scoring 17 points and 11 rebounds. Four Capers players scored in double figures. Swingman Ryan Wood (191) produced 19 points and 5 assists and Alpha Kisusi added 10 points respectively for the hosts. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Capers keep a position of league leader, which they share with 4 other teams. Loser Sea Hawks still closes the standings with three games lost. Capers will face X-Men (#5) in Antigonish, NS in the next round. Sea Hawks will play again at home against Capers in Sydney, NS and look forward to get finally their first victory.
Top scorers:
Memorial: R.Wood 19+2reb+5ast, A.Kisusi 10+3reb+2ast, T.Stanoev 8+1reb+1ast, C.Gould 5+3reb+2ast, N.Moffatt 5+5reb+3ast, C.Henderson 4+6reb+1ast
Cape Breton: J.Dorsey 26+4reb+4ast, A.Geugjes 17+11reb+3ast, M.Lufile 11+10reb+2ast, S.Keith 11+2reb+1ast, B.Fule 8+4reb+3ast, S.Mccormick 7+4reb+1ast
gschID: 190354


UPEI - Dalhousie 89-82

Everything went according to plan in Charlottetown, PEI where leader Panthers (2-0) won against bottom-ranked Tigers (0-2) 89-82 on Saturday. Tigers trailed by 13 points after 3 quarters before a 24-18 run in the last quarter cut the deficit to 82-89 at the end of the game. Tigers were plagued by 24 personal fouls down the stretch. The best player for the winners was forward Geoff Doane (196) who scored 26 points and 7 rebounds (on 10-of-13 shooting from the field). Deontay Smith chipped in a double-double by scoring 14 points and 11 assists. Forward Devon Stedman produced 12 points and 7 rebounds and forward Simon Marr (203) added 14 points and 5 rebounds respectively for the guests. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Panthers keep a position of league leader, which they share with 3 other teams. Loser Tigers still closes the standings with two games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Dalhousie: S.Marr 14+5reb, D.Stedman 12+7reb+1ast, H.Abdullahi 11+4reb+1ast, K.Lawrence 11+4reb, J.Reid 9+4reb+4ast, D.Norris 8+1reb+1ast
UPEI: G.Doane 26+7reb, M.Downey 14+1reb+1ast, D.Smith 14+3reb+11ast, J.Kendrick 11+4reb+2ast, T.Brown 9+1reb+2ast, B.Ofori 5+2reb
gschID: 190352


New Brunsw. - Acadia 60-83

There was no surprise in Fredericton, NB where bottom-ranked Varsity Reds (0-2) were crushed by leader Axemen (2-0) 83-60 on Saturday. Axemen held Varsity Reds to an opponent 22.7 percent shooting from the field compared to 42.3 percent accuracy of the winners and made 32-of-36 free shots (88.9 percent) during the game. Axemen outrebounded Varsity Reds 37-24 including a 34-18 advantage in defensive rebounds. Varsity Reds were plagued by 30 personal fouls down the stretch. The best player for the winners was international forward Owen Klassen (208-91) who had a double-double by scoring 17 points, 12 rebounds and 4 assists. Thomas Filigiano chipped in 13 points. Five Axemen players scored in double figures. Guard William Mc Fee (190) produced 22 points and forward Ryan Smith (190) added 6 points respectively for the hosts. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Axemen keeps a position of league leader, which they share with 3 other teams. Loser Varsity Reds still closes the standings with two games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
New Brunsw.: W.Mc Fee 22+3reb+2ast, R.Linton 8, A.Caskey 6+3reb, R.Smith 6+3reb+1ast, A.O'Brien 5+3reb, D.Quirion 5+2reb+1ast
Acadia: O.Klassen 17+12reb+4ast, A.Ashe 14+4reb, J.Tull 13+2reb+1ast, T.Filigiano 13+4reb+1ast, S.Smith 10+7reb+1ast, B.States 9+3reb+2ast
gschID: 190353
  




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