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CIS Standings
Atlantic
 1. Dalhousie 7-3 
 2. St.Francis X. 7-4 
 3. UNB 7-4 
 4. Memorial 7-5 
 5. St.Mary's 6-5 
 6. Acadia 5-5 
 7. UPEI 4-7 
 8. Cape Breton 0-10 
CanWest Explorer Division
 1. Mount Royal 7-5 
 2. TRU 7-7 
 3. UFV 5-7 
 4. MacEwan 4-10 
 5. UNBC 4-10 
 6. UBC Okanagan 2-12 
CanWest Pioneer Division
 1. UBC 11-1 
 2. Alberta 11-3 
 3. Calgary 10-2 
 4. Winnipeg 9-5 
 5. Saskatchewan 8-4 
 6. Lethbridge 8-6 
 7. Manitoba 6-6 
 8. Regina 6-6 
 9. Victoria 5-7 
 10. Brandon 5-9 
 11. TWU 2-13 
OUA Central
 1. Brock 6-4 
 2. McMaster 6-5 
 3. Guelph 3-7 
 4. Lakehead 3-8 
OUA East
 1. Ryerson 11-0 
 2. Toronto 8-4 
 3. Queen's 6-4 
 4. York 3-7 
OUA North
 1. Carleton 9-0 
 2. Ottawa 9-1 
 3. Laurentian 4-8 
 4. Nipissing 4-8 
OUA West
 1. Windsor 7-5 
 2. Laurier 6-7 
 3. Algoma 3-8 
 4. Western 3-9 
 5. Waterloo 2-8 
Quebec League
 1. McGill 6-2 
 2. Laval 4-4 
 3. Concordia 3-3 
 4. UQAM 3-5 
 5. Bishop's 2-4 
Full Standings
Last:1/17/2017
CCAA Standings
ACAA-AASC
 1. Holland 7-0 
 2. Mt.St.Vincent 6-1 
 3. Mount Allison 5-2 
 4. Crandall 4-4 
 5. St.Thomas 3-5 
 6. UNB Saint John 2-5 
 7. Kings Univ. 2-7 
 8. Dalhousie 1-6 
ACAC North
 1. NAIT 11-1 
 2. Concordia 10-2 
 3. Lakeland 8-4 
 4. UofA-Augustana 5-7 
 5. Grande Prairie 3-9 
 6. Kings Coll. 3-9 
 7. Keyano 2-10 
ACAC South
 1. Red Deer 8-1 
 2. Lethbridge 5-2 
 3. Medicine Hat 5-2 
 4. SAIT 5-2 
 5. Briercrest 3-4 
 6. Olds 3-4 
 7. Ambrose 1-6 
 8. St.Marys 0-9 
OCAA East
 1. Seneca 9-0 
 2. George Brown 8-1 
 3. Centennial 7-3 
 4. St.Lawrence 6-4 
 5. Durham 5-4 
 6. Algonquin 5-5 
 7. Loyalist 4-5 
 8. Canadore 4-6 
 9. Georgian 4-6 
 10. Fleming 1-9 
 11. La Cite 0-10 
OCAA West
 1. Sheridan 7-0 
 2. Niagara 6-1 
 3. Humber 6-2 
 4. Fanshawe 5-4 
 5. Mohawk 4-4 
 6. St.Clair 4-5 
 7. Redeemer 2-4 
 8. Lambton 0-6 
 9. Sault 0-8 
PacWest
 1. Capilano 5-1 
 2. Langara 5-1 
 3. VIU 4-2 
 4. Douglas 3-3 
 5. Quest 3-3 
 6. Camosun 1-5 
 7. CBC 0-6 
RSEQ
 1. Jean-de-Brebeuf 3-0 
 2. Vanier 3-1 
 3. Dawson 2-1 
 4. Montmorency 2-1 
 5. John Abbott 1-1 
 6. Edouard-Montpetit 1-2 
 7. Ch.-St-Lambert 0-3 
 8. Sainte-Foy 0-3 
Last:12/6/2016
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Conor MORGAN
  UBC
  (203-G/F-94)
  Avg: 24.9
 1. Morgan, UBC24.9 
 2. Cooper, Calgary22.8 
 3. Gray, Laurentian21.9 
 4. Jean-Louis, Cape B.21.0 
 5. Johnson, Toronto20.7 
 6. Nissen, Acadia20.6 
 7. Wood, Carleton20.4 
 8. Clayton, St.Mary's20.2 
 9. Ross, Mount Royal19.8 
 10. Gilmore, McMaster19.7 
Rebounds Per Game
 Mike PEREIRA
  Waterloo
  (196-F-93)
  Avg: 11.5
 1. Pereira, Waterloo11.5 
 2. Nissen, Acadia11.2 
 3. Osayande, Saskatch.11.0 
 4. Dut, UPEI10.8 
 5. Ross, Mount Royal10.5 
 6. Bercy, St.Franc.9.9 
 7. Layton, Mount R.9.7 
 8. Dinkins, Lakehead9.6 
 9. Graham, Queen's9.4 
 10. Gilmore, McMaster9.3 
Assists Per Game
 Javon MASTERS
  UNB
  (183-G-)
  Avg: 6.3
 1. Masters, UNB6.3 
 2. Keane, Carleton5.5 
 3. Mata, Dalhousie4.9 
 4. Allen, TWU4.9 
 5. Farkic, Western4.9 
 6. Dulay, UFV4.9 
 7. Miller, Acadia4.8 
 8. Rocca, Windsor4.8 
 9. Menashe, Lakehead4.6 
 10. Burdeaux, Lethb.4.6 
Steals Per Game
 Dejon BURDEAUX
  Lethb.
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 3.9
 1. Burdeaux, Lethb.3.9 
 2. Agada, Ottawa3.3 
 3. Small, Ryerson2.9 
 4. Bermillo, Bishop's2.8 
 5. Ogundokun, McGill2.6 
 6. Mata, Dalhousie2.6 
 7. Masters, UNB2.6 
 8. De Ciman, Saskatch.2.6 
 9. Charles, Concordia2.5 
 10. Jenkins, Western2.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Shane OSAYANDE
  Saskatch.
  (198-F-)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Osayande, Saskatch.2.5 
 2. Debache, UQAM2.4 
 3. Graham, Queen's2.4 
 4. Oirbans, Winnipeg2.3 
 5. Paul, Brandon2.0 
 6. Layton, Mount R.1.8 
 7. Voll, Ryerson1.7 
 8. Iegorov, TRU1.6 
 9. James, MacEwan1.6 
 10. Elgadi, Brock1.6 
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Round 14 (Regular Season)

Cape Breton Jan.20 St.Mary's 89%
Lakehead Jan.20 Ottawa 85%
Queen's Jan.20 Brock 59%
Windsor 78% Jan.20 Algoma
Guelph Jan.20 Carleton 90%
Nipissing 56% Jan.20 Laurentian
York Jan.20 McMaster 57%
UQAM Jan.20 Bishop's 54%
Regina Jan.20 Brandon 54%
UFV Jan.20 Alberta 66%
Saskatchewan 52% Jan.20 Calgary
UBC 70% Jan.20 Mount Royal
Manitoba 86% Jan.20 TWU
Lethbridge Jan.20 Victoria 54%
Dalhousie 66% Jan.19 Acadia
McGill 69% Jan.19 Concordia
Waterloo Jan.18 Laurier 55%
CIS Round 13: Lions beat Gryphons by one after a very close game - Dec 1, 2012


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The most exciting game of round 13 in the CIS took place in Guelph, ON. This derby game ended with only one-point home defeat of 4th placed Gryphons (1-5) to sixth ranked Lions (4-3) 95-94 on Friday evening. The guests trailed by 13 points after three quarters before their 25-11 charge, which allowed them to win the game. Lions dominated down low during the game scoring 52 of its points in the paint compared to Gryphons' 26. Worth to mention a great performance of guard David Tyndale (180) who helped to win the game recording 22 points. Forward Daniel Tulloch (196) contributed with 15 points for the winners. Guard Zachary Angus (185) answered with 18 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists (made all of his eight free throws) for Gryphons. Both coaches used bench players in such tough game. Lions moved-up to third place, which they share with St.Francis X. Gryphons lost third consecutive game. They dropped to the fifth position with five games lost. They share it with Brock and Western. Lions is looking forward to face league's second-placed Thunderwolves in Thunder Bay, ON in the next round and it will be for sure the game of the week. Gryphons will play at home against Voyageurs in Sudbury, ON and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Very important is a road loss of second ranked Stingers (3-2) against fourth ranked Rouge et Or (2-3) on Friday night. Visiting Stingers were defeated by Rouge et Or in a tough game in Quebec City, QC 68-72. Thibaud Dezutter stepped up with a double-double by scoring 17 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists for the winners and Karl Demers-Belanger chipped in 12 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. At the losing side forward Evens Laroche (193) responded with a double-double by scoring 19 points and 11 rebounds. Rouge et Or maintains fourth place with 2-3 record. Stingers at the other side keep the second position with two games lost. They share it with UPEI. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Very important is a road loss of third ranked Voyageurs (5-2) against fifth ranked Thunderwolves (2-4) on Friday night. Visiting Voyageurs were crushed by Thunderwolves in Thunder Bay, ON 90-71. It ended at the same time the five-game winning streak of Voyageurs. It may be a crucial game in the contest for the top position in the league. Yoosrie Salhia nailed 32 points, 5 rebounds and 4 blocks for the winning side. Nelson Yengue came up with 17 points, 5 rebounds and 4 blocks for Voyageurs in the defeat. Both coaches tested many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Thunderwolves moved-up to second place, which they share with 3 other teams. Loser Voyageurs still keep top position with two games lost. They share it with Windsor and Queen's. Thunderwolves will meet at home Lions (#6) in the next round. Voyageurs will play against Gryphons (#6) in Guelph, ON and hope to secure a win.
Very important is a home loss of second ranked Golden Hawks (2-4) against fourth ranked Gee-Gees (6-1) on Friday night. Host Golden Hawks unexpectedly were defeated by in Waterloo, ON 83-94. Warren Ward fired 43 points (!!!) and 8 rebounds for the winners. Both coaches allowed to play bench players saving starting five for next games. Gee-Gees have an impressive series of five victories in a row. They moved-up to second place, which they share with Carleton. Golden Hawks at the other side keep the second position with four games lost. Gee-Gees' next round opponent will be Warriors (#8) in Waterloo, ON which should be theoretically an easy game. Golden Hawks will play at home against the league's second-placed Ravens (#2) in Ottawa, ON and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
An interesting game for Vikies (6-3) which hosted in Victoria, BC 3rd placed Pronghorn (5-4). Second ranked Vikies had an easy win 77-59. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Pronghorn. It was a key game for the second position in the league. It was a very good performance for Terrell Evans who helped to win the game recording 25 points and 4 assists. Pronghorn's coach rotated eleven players seeing no chance for a win. Vikies maintains second place with 6-3 record having just -8 point less than leader Ryerson, which they share with Saskatchewan and UFV. Loser Pronghorn dropped to the fifth position with four games lost. Vikies will face Dinos (#6) in Calgary, AB in the next round. Pronghorn will play on the road against the league's leader Thunderbirds in Vancouver, BC.

Other games in round 13 were not that significant. Calgary were smashed by UBC on the road 82-63. Regina destroyed TWU on its own court 88-69. UFV outscored Brandon in Abbotsford, BC 81-61. Queen's was rolled over Windsor at home 82-118. Brock lost to undefeated Ryerson on the opponent's court 63-79. Winless Waterloo was smashed by Carleton in a home game 43-73. McMaster won against Toronto Univ. on the road 87-82. New Brunsw. lost to undefeated Cape Breton on its own court 77-96.


UBC - Calgary 82-63

No shocking result in a game when first ranked Thunderbirds (7-2) crushed 6th ranked Dinos (4-5) in Vancouver, BC 82-63 on Friday. The game was mostly controlled by Thunderbirds. Dinos was better in third quarter 25-22. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Thunderbirds dominated down low during the game scoring 52 of its points in the paint compared to Dinos' 30 and made 24-of-30 free shots (80.0 percent) during the game. Great defensive blocking was one of the keys in this match when Thunderbirds made 7 blocks. It was a very good performance for American forward Brylle Kamen (201, college: San Jose St.) who helped to win the game recording a double-double by scoring 12 points and 16 rebounds. Forward David Wagner (206-92) contributed with 21 points and 8 rebounds for the winners. Four Thunderbirds players scored in double figures. Guard Jarred Ogungbemi-Jackson (175-91) answered with 19 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists and Thijin Moses (201) added 14 points and 8 rebounds in the effort for Dinos. Both coaches allowed to play bench players saving starting five for next games. Thunderbirds maintains first place with 7-2 record. Loser Dinos dropped to the fifth position with five games lost. Thunderbirds will face Pronghorn (#5) in Lethbridge, AB in the next round. Dinos will play on the road against the league's second-placed Vikies in Victoria, BC.
Top scorers:
Calgary: J.Ogungbemi-Jackson 19+7reb+5ast, T.Moses 14+8reb, J.Gill 11+4reb+3ast, M.Ligertwood 7+4reb+1ast, M.Letkeman 7+2reb, D.Karch 3+2reb+3ast
UBC: D.Wagner 21+8reb, D.Plumb 17+5reb+5ast, B.Kamen 12+16reb+2ast, I.Solomon 11+3reb+3ast, T.Nixon 8+5reb+2ast, O.Wallace 8+1reb+1ast
gschID: 190469


Victoria - Lethbridge 77-59

An interesting game for Vikies (6-3) which hosted in Victoria, BC 3rd placed Pronghorn (5-4). Second ranked Vikies had an easy win 77-59. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Pronghorn. It was a key game for the second position in the league. The game without a history. Vikies led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. Vikies outrebounded Pronghorn 44-23 including a 16-5 advantage in offensive rebounds. It was a very good performance for Terrell Evans who helped to win the game recording 25 points and 4 assists. Ryan Erikson contributed with 13 points and 8 rebounds for the winners. Center Derek Waldner (201) answered with 14 points and 9 rebounds and guard Morgan Duce (180) added 13 points in the effort for Pronghorn. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Pronghorn's coach rotated eleven players seeing no chance for a win. Vikies maintains second place with 6-3 record having just -8 point less than leader Ryerson, which they share with Saskatchewan and UFV. Loser Pronghorn dropped to the fifth position with four games lost. Vikies will face Dinos (#6) in Calgary, AB in the next round. Pronghorn will play on the road against the league's leader Thunderbirds in Vancouver, BC.
Top scorers:
Lethbridge: D.Waldner 14+9reb+2ast, M.Duce 13+1reb+2ast, J.Chief-Morris 11+3reb+1ast, L.Reiter 10+2reb, S.Wenzel 4+1ast, C.Johnson 3+4reb+2ast
Victoria: T.Evans 25+4reb+4ast, R.Erikson 13+8reb, P.Anderson 10+7reb+2ast, M.Acheampong 10+1reb+5ast, B.Dunlop 8+2reb+2ast, R.Theil 6+12reb
gschID: 190468


Regina - TWU 88-69

Everything could happen in Regina, SK at the game between two tied teams. Both eighth ranked Cougars and 6th ranked Spartans had identical 2-6 record. This time Cougars used a home court advantage and smashed the opponent from Langley, BC 88-69 on Friday night. The hosts trailed by 2 points at the halftime before their 47-26 charge in the second half, which allowed them to win the game. Cougars had a 33-20 advantage in offensive rebounds. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 24 assists comparing to just 5 passes made by Spartans' players. Spartans were plagued by 28 personal fouls down the stretch. Quite impressive performance for guard Frank Brown (188) who helped to win the game recording a double-double by scoring 23 points and 10 rebounds. Guard Brendan Hebert (180) contributed with a double-double by scoring 14 points, 5 rebounds and 11 assists for the winners. Four Cougars players scored in double figures. Mark Perrin answered with 21 points and 4 steals and forward Eli Mara (196) added 7 points and 8 rebounds in the effort for Spartans. Both coaches allowed to play bench players saving starting five for next games. Cougars (3-6) moved-up to seventh place. Spartans lost their fourth game in a row. They keep the sixth position with seven games lost. Cougars will face higher ranked Cascades (#3) in Abbotsford, BC in the next round and it will be quite challenging to get another victory.
Top scorers:
TWU: M.Perrin 21+3reb+2ast, J.Bakuteka 12+1reb, K.Osborne 10+4reb, E.Mara 7+8reb, D.McDonald 6+6reb, T.Linttell 6+4reb
Regina: F.Brown 23+10reb+2ast, B.Hebert 14+5reb+11ast, P.Gareau 14+9reb+1ast, C.Burns 12+6reb+1ast, M.Augustin 8+1reb+1ast, D.Mole 6+3reb+4ast
gschID: 190467


Brandon - UFV 61-81

Rather predictable result when third ranked Cascades (6-3) rolled over 7th ranked Bobcats (2-7) in Brandon, MB 81-61 on Friday. The game was mostly controlled by Cascades. Bobcats was better in fourth quarter 27-11. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They outrebounded Bobcats 53-42 including a 44-30 advantage in defensive rebounds. Quite impressive performance for forward Kyle Grewal (198-88) who helped to win the game recording a double-double by scoring 24 points and 11 rebounds. Kevon Parchment contributed with a double-double by scoring 15 points and 14 rebounds for the winners. Four Cascades players scored in double figures. Forward Ali-Mounir Benabdelhak (201) answered with a double-double by scoring 15 points and 10 rebounds and Reggie Smith added 17 points in the effort for Bobcats. Both coaches allowed to play bench players saving starting five for next games. The victory was the fourth consecutive win for Cascades. They moved-up to second place, which they share with Saskatchewan and Victoria. Loser Bobcats dropped to the sixth position with seven games lost. Cascades will face Cougars (#7) in Regina, SK in the next round which should be theoretically another easy game. Bobcats will play at home against Spartans in Langley, BC and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Brandon: R.Smith 17+1reb, A.Benabdelhak 15+10reb, K.Ramsey 10+1reb+3ast, I.Bonhomme 5+4reb+1ast, T.Scott 4+6reb+1ast, A.Klocek 3+2reb
UFV: K.Grewal 24+11reb+1ast, S.Freeman 15+6reb+2ast, K.Parchment 15+14reb, N.Kendall 12+7reb+2ast, J.Blackman 8+4reb+1ast, M.Dulay 3+1reb+1ast
gschID: 190466


Queen''s - Windsor 82-118

Not a big story in a game when 5th ranked Golden Gaels (5-2) were outscored by first ranked Lancers (5-2) in Kingston, ON 118-82 on Friday. It was a key game for the top position in the league. The game without a history. Lancers led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They dominated down low during the game scoring 58 of its points in the paint compared to Golden Gaels' 24. Lancers shot the lights out from three sinking 18 long-distance shots on high 52.9 percentage. Quite impressive performance for point guard point guard Enrico Diloreto (185-90) (185-90) who helped to win the game recording 15 points. Guard guard Michael Petrella (180-89) (180-89) contributed with 20 points (on 7-of-8 shooting from the field) for the winners. Lancers' coach Chris Oliver felt very confident that he used entire bench and allowed the starting five to rest. point guard point guard Enrico Diloreto (185-90) (185-90) answered with 15 points and guard guard Michael Petrella (180-89) (180-89) added 20 points (on 7-of-8 shooting from the field) in the effort for Golden Gaels. Lancers maintains first place with 5-2 record, which they share with Laurentian and Queen's. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Queen''s: G.Faulkner 19+2reb+1ast, S.Singh 11+5reb+2ast, R.Roberts 10+4reb, J.Asefa 9+6reb+2ast, M.Paclibar 9+4reb+1ast, N.Misljencevic 6+4reb
Windsor: M.Petrella 20, E.Diloreto 15+4reb+1ast, R.Osuntola 13+4reb, N.Ntim 11+1reb, I.Seferagic 10+2reb, R.Christie 9+4reb
gschID: 190465


Ryerson - Brock 79-63

Everything went according to plan when leader Rams (7-0) defeated 3rd placed Badgers (1-5) in Toronto, ON 79-63 on Friday. The game was mostly controlled by Rams. Badgers was better in second period 16-14. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated down low during the game scoring 48 of its points in the paint compared to Badgers' 28. They outrebounded Badgers 46-30 including a 17-5 advantage in offensive rebounds. Badgers were plagued by 24 personal fouls down the stretch. Quite impressive performance for international point guard Jahmal Jones (183-91) who helped to win the game recording 19 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists. Guard Jordon Gauthier (191) contributed with 21 points and 7 rebounds for the winners. Five Rams players scored in double figures. American guard Jameson Tipping (201, college: W.Kentucky) answered with a double-double by scoring 18 points and 11 rebounds and forward Mark Gibson (198) added 11 points and 5 rebounds in the effort for Badgers. Both coaches allowed to play bench players saving starting five for next games. The victory was the seventh consecutive win for Rams. They maintain first place with 7-0 record. Badgers lost their fifth game in a row. They dropped to the fifth position with five games lost. Rams will face Marauders (#4) in Hamilton, ON in the next round. Badgers will play on the road against Blues in Toronto, ON and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Brock: J.Tipping 18+11reb+2ast, M.Gibson 11+5reb, T.Kasamba 11+2reb, K.Biel 9+2reb+1ast, M.Williams 5, M.Luby 4+2reb
Ryerson: J.Gauthier 21+7reb+1ast, J.Jones 19+8reb+7ast, A.Best 13+11reb+1ast, B.Michaelsen 10+8reb+3ast, M.Beckford 10+5reb, J.Ogunnaike-Grannum 3+1reb
gschID: 190464


Laval - Concordia 72-68

Very important is a road loss of second ranked Stingers (3-2) against fourth ranked Rouge et Or (2-3) on Friday night. Visiting Stingers were defeated by Rouge et Or in a tough game in Quebec City, QC 68-72. Rouge et Or made 19-of-22 charity shots (86.4 percent) during the game. They also forced 20 Stingers turnovers. Thibaud Dezutter stepped up with a double-double by scoring 17 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists for the winners and Karl Demers-Belanger chipped in 12 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. At the losing side forward Evens Laroche (193) responded with a double-double by scoring 19 points and 11 rebounds and Ivorian forward Kafil Eyitayo (201) scored 14 points and 5 rebounds. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Rouge et Or maintains fourth place with 2-3 record. Stingers at the other side keep the second position with two games lost. They share it with UPEI. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Concordia: E.Laroche 19+11reb+1ast, K.Eyitayo 14+5reb+3ast, J.Moussignac 11+5reb+6ast, A.Chmielewski 10+2reb+6ast, J.Blake 8+4reb+1ast, M.Tajfel 3+1reb
Laval: T.Dezutter 17+12reb+6ast, R.Mathieu 15+4reb, K.Demers-Belanger 12+6reb+6ast, B.Hadzimuratovic 12+6reb+1ast, A.Beaumier 6+2reb+1ast, A.Guilard 6+2reb
gschID: 190463


Lakehead - Laurentian 90-71

Very important is a road loss of third ranked Voyageurs (5-2) against fifth ranked Thunderwolves (2-4) on Friday night. Visiting Voyageurs were crushed by Thunderwolves in Thunder Bay, ON 90-71. It ended at the same time the five-game winning streak of Voyageurs. It may be a crucial game in the contest for the top position in the league. The hosts were tied at the half but managed to speed up in last two quarters eventually winning the game. Thunderwolves outrebounded Voyageurs 38-23 including 16 on the offensive glass. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 24 assists. Naturalized Egyptian forward Yoosrie Salhia (198-87) nailed 32 points, 5 rebounds and 4 blocks for the winning side and guard Greg Carter (178-90) accounted for 8 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists. Nelson Yengue came up with 17 points, 5 rebounds and 4 blocks and guard Manny Pasquale (183) added 11 points respectively for Voyageurs in the defeat. Four Voyageurs players scored in double figures. Both coaches tested many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Thunderwolves moved-up to second place, which they share with 3 other teams. Loser Voyageurs still keep top position with two games lost. They share it with Windsor and Queen's. Thunderwolves will meet at home Lions (#6) in the next round. Voyageurs will play against Gryphons (#6) in Guelph, ON and hope to secure a win.
Top scorers:
Laurentian: N.Yengue 17+5reb+1ast, J.Weldon 13+2reb+1ast, A.Ratte 12+3reb, M.Pasquale 11+3reb+3ast, G.Serresse 8+3reb, T.Carter-Newman 4+2reb+2ast
Lakehead: Y.Salhia 32+5reb+2ast, J.Hart 14+1reb+1ast, B.Johnson 10+3reb+3ast, G.Carter 8+7reb+7ast, R.Thomson 8+8reb+5ast, J.Jones 6+5reb+1ast
gschID: 190462


Waterloo - Carleton 43-73

There was no surprise when bottom-ranked Warriors (0-6) were outleveled by second ranked Ravens (6-1) in Waterloo, ON 73-43 on Friday. The game was mostly controlled by Ravens. Warriors was better in fourth quarter 15-13. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated on the defensive end, holding Warriors to just 6 points in first quarter and to 13 points in first half. They outrebounded Warriors 43-21 including a 17-5 advantage in offensive rebounds. Quite impressive performance for forward Thomas Scrubb (196) who helped to win the game recording a double-double by scoring 12 points and 12 rebounds. International forward Tyson Hinz (198-91) contributed with 9 points and 5 rebounds for the winners. Denham Buchanan answered with 21 points and forward Kyrie Coleman added 8 points in the effort for Warriors. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. The victory was the sixth consecutive win for Ravens. They maintain second place with 6-1 record having just -3 victories less than leader Ryerson, which they share with Ottawa. Warriors lost their sixth game in a row. They still closes the standings with six games lost. Ravens will face Golden Hawks (#3) in Waterloo, ON in the next round, which may be the game of the day. Warriors will play at home against Gee-Gees (#3) in Ottawa, ON and hope to get finally their first victory.
Top scorers:
Waterloo: D.Buchanan 21+2reb+1ast, K.Coleman 8+2reb+1ast, B.Davis 4+1reb, W.Bridge 4, Z.Angelini 3+2reb+1ast, M.Helsby 2+6reb+1ast
Carleton: T.Scrubb 12+12reb+2ast, P.Scrubb 9+2reb+2ast, T.Hinz 9+5reb+2ast, K.Churchill 7+6reb+1ast, K.Blain 7+2reb+1ast, C.Wood 6+2reb+1ast
gschID: 190461


Laurier - Ottawa 83-94

Very important is a home loss of second ranked Golden Hawks (2-4) against fourth ranked Gee-Gees (6-1) on Friday night. Host Golden Hawks unexpectedly were defeated by in Waterloo, ON 83-94. It looked good early as Golden Hawks took an 10-point lead at the end of first quarter. But then Gee-Gees took control and eventually winning the game that evening by 11 points. International guard Warren Ward (196-89) fired 43 points (!!!) and 8 rebounds for the winners. Forward Gabriel Gonthier-Dubue (198) chipped in a double-double by scoring 19 points and 10 rebounds. Guard Maxwell Allin (193) produced 18 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists and guard William Coulthard (188) added 18 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists respectively for lost side. Four Golden Hawks players scored in double figures. Both coaches allowed to play bench players saving starting five for next games. Gee-Gees have an impressive series of five victories in a row. They moved-up to second place, which they share with Carleton. Golden Hawks at the other side keep the second position with four games lost. Gee-Gees' next round opponent will be Warriors (#8) in Waterloo, ON which should be theoretically an easy game. Golden Hawks will play at home against the league's second-placed Ravens (#2) in Ottawa, ON and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Laurier: J.Forde 22+3reb+2ast, M.Allin 18+7reb+4ast, W.Coulthard 18+5reb+4ast, P.Donnelly 15+7reb+2ast, A.Walters 5+1reb, J.Smith 2
Ottawa: W.Ward 43+8reb+2ast, G.Gonthier-Dubue 19+10reb, J.Berhanemeskel 9+1reb+2ast, M.Tihani 7+4reb+1ast, C.Agada 7+2reb, M.L'Africain 5+4reb+1ast
gschID: 190460


Guelph - York 94-95

The most exciting game of round 13 in the CIS took place in Guelph, ON. This derby game ended with only one-point home defeat of 4th placed Gryphons (1-5) to sixth ranked Lions (4-3) 95-94 on Friday evening. The guests trailed by 13 points after three quarters before their 25-11 charge, which allowed them to win the game. Lions dominated down low during the game scoring 52 of its points in the paint compared to Gryphons' 26. Worth to mention a great performance of guard David Tyndale (180) who helped to win the game recording 22 points. Forward Daniel Tulloch (196) contributed with 15 points for the winners. Guard Zachary Angus (185) answered with 18 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists (made all of his eight free throws) and guard Michel Clark (185) added 22 points in the effort for Gryphons. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Both coaches used bench players in such tough game. Lions moved-up to third place, which they share with St.Francis X. Gryphons lost third consecutive game. They dropped to the fifth position with five games lost. They share it with Brock and Western. Lions is looking forward to face league's second-placed Thunderwolves in Thunder Bay, ON in the next round and it will be for sure the game of the week. Gryphons will play at home against Voyageurs in Sudbury, ON and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Guelph: M.Clark 22+4reb+3ast, Z.Angus 18+7reb+6ast, C.Grenier 12+2reb+1ast, S.Cornelissen 10+4reb, T.Armstrong 9+2reb+2ast, D.Thompson 8+1reb+5ast
York: D.Tyndale 22+1reb+2ast, D.Tulloch 15+4reb, R.Iheadindu 14+2reb+1ast, A.Rados 12+3reb+1ast, T.Rutty 8+6reb+1ast, R.Isaac 8+3reb+1ast
gschID: 190459


Toronto Univ. - McMaster 82-87

The game between closely ranked teams ended with sixth ranked Marauders' (2-4) road victory over 7th ranked Blues (2-5) in Toronto, ON 87-82 on Friday. The guests trailed by 2 points at the halftime before their 44-37 charge in the second half, which allowed them to win the game. Marauders outrebounded Blues 42-26 including a 16-2 advantage in offensive rebounds. Blues were plagued by 29 personal fouls down the stretch. Quite impressive performance for center Taylor Black (201) who helped to win the game recording a double-double by scoring 19 points and 10 rebounds. Guard Aaron Redpath (193) contributed with 21 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals for the winners. Naturalized Greek guard Alex Hill (196-90, college: Cornell) answered with 33 points (!!!) and 6 rebounds and guard Arun Kumar (183) added 27 points in the effort for Blues. Both coaches allowed to play bench players in such tough game. Marauders moved-up to second place, which they share with 3 other teams. Blues lost their third game in a row. They keep the seventh position with five games lost. Marauders will face league's leader Rams in Toronto, ON in the next round and it will be for sure the game of the week. Blues will play at home against Badgers (#5) in St.Catharines, ON and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Toronto Univ.: A.Hill 33+6reb+2ast, A.Kumar 27+2reb+2ast, A.Plummer 6+5reb, D.Churchill 5, B.Garvin 4+6reb+1ast, L.Schuetz 4+2reb
McMaster: A.Redpath 21+5reb+4ast, T.Black 19+10reb+2ast, S.Laws 17+4reb+1ast, A.Presutti 11+1reb+1ast, J.Rocca 8+6reb, N.Mccarthy 5+8reb+1ast
gschID: 190458


New Brunsw. - Cape Breton 77-96

Rather expected game when 5th ranked Varsity Reds (3-4) were smashed by leader Capers (6-0) in Fredericton, NB 96-77 on Friday. The guests trailed by 1 point after first quarter, but they stormed back to get the 4-point lead at the halftime and eventually won the game 96-77. Capers dominated on the defensive end, holding Varsity Reds to just 5 points in fourth quarter. They made 21-of-25 free shots (84.0 percent) during the game. They outrebounded Varsity Reds 40-24 including a 27-14 advantage in defensive rebounds. Quite impressive performance for American guard Jimmy Dorsey (188) who helped to win the game recording 25 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 5 steals. Guard Shaquille Keith (196) contributed with 25 points and 7 rebounds for the winners. Five Capers players scored in double figures. Guard William Mc Fee (190) answered with 25 points and forward Jordan Irvine (193) added 16 points and 5 rebounds in the effort for Varsity Reds. Varsity Reds' coach let to play twelve players seeing no chance for a win. The victory was the sixth consecutive win for Capers. They keep a position of league leader, which they share with Acadia. Loser Varsity Reds keep the fifth place with four games lost. Capers will have a break next round. Varsity Reds will play again at home against the league's second-placed Capers (#2) in Sydney, NS.
Top scorers:
New Brunsw.: W.Mc Fee 25+3reb, J.Irvine 16+5reb, A.O'Brien 12+3reb, D.Quirion 9+1reb+1ast, M.Daley 5+5reb+10ast, R.Smith 4+5reb+1ast
Cape Breton: J.Dorsey 25+6reb+4ast, S.Keith 25+7reb+1ast, M.Lufile 14+6reb, C.Kasongo 14+7reb+2ast, S.Mccormick 11+6reb+1ast, A.Geugjes 4+4reb
gschID: 190457


  



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