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CIS Standings
Atlantic
 1. Dalhousie 13-7 
 2. UPEI 12-8 
 3. Acadia 12-8 
 4. UNB 11-9 
 5. St.Marys 10-10 
 6. Cape Breton 10-10 
 7. Memorial 7-13 
 8. St.Francis X. 5-15 
CanWest Explorer Division
 1. TRU 16-4 
 2. UFV 12-8 
 3. Mount Royal 10-10 
 4. MacEwan 10-10 
 5. UBC Okanagan 8-12 
 6. UNBC 4-16 
CanWest Pioneer Division
 1. Calgary 17-3 
 2. UBC 16-4 
 3. Manitoba 15-5 
 4. Lethbridge 12-8 
 5. Regina 11-9 
 6. Alberta 10-10 
 7. Winnipeg 10-10 
 8. Victoria 9-11 
 9. Saskatchewan 8-12 
 10. Brandon 1-19 
 11. TWU 1-19 
OUA Central
 1. McMaster 14-5 
 2. Brock 13-6 
 3. Lakehead 10-9 
 4. Guelph 9-10 
OUA East
 1. Ryerson 17-2 
 2. Queens 11-8 
 3. Laurentian 6-13 
 4. Toronto 5-14 
OUA North
 1. Ottawa 17-2 
 2. Carleton 16-3 
 3. Nipissing 4-15 
 4. York 2-17 
OUA West
 1. Windsor 14-6 
 2. Western 11-9 
 3. Laurier 9-11 
 4. Algoma 5-15 
 5. Waterloo 1-19 
Quebec League
 1. McGill 12-4 
 2. Concordia 10-6 
 3. Laval 7-9 
 4. UQAM 7-9 
 5. Bishops 4-12 
Full Standings
Last:3/20/2016
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 14 of Regular Season - Dec 6, 2012


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There was no lack of excitement in the last round games. The round ended with derby games and favorites losing the games.

The most interesting game of round 14 in the CIS was only two-point a home defeat of 8th ranked Bobcats (2-8) to seventh ranked Spartans (3-7) 75-73 in the game for the sixth place. The guests trailed by 5 points after three quarters before their 25-18 charge, which allowed them to win the game. Spartans outrebounded Bobcats 55-43 including a 23-10 advantage in offensive rebounds. 29 personal fouls committed by Bobcats helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. Guard Justin Bakuteka (183) scored 25 points and 6 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and Mark Perrin chipped in 18 points and 11 rebounds during the contest. Spartans' coach Scott Allen used a ten-player rotation in such tough game. Forward Ali-Mounir Benabdelhak (201) responded with a double-double by scoring 23 points and 10 rebounds. Spartans moved-up to sixth place, which they share with Regina. Bobcats lost third consecutive game. They dropped to the seventh position with eight games lost. They share it with Mount Royal. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Important game to mention about took place in Winnipeg, MB. Third ranked Wesmen (7-3) saved a 3-point victory at home edging second-ranked Bisons (6-4) 74-71 in the fight for the second place. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Bisons. It was a key game for the second position in the league. American forward Steven Wesley (196, college: E.Washington) notched a double-double by scoring 21 points and 13 rebounds to lead the effort and Andrew Cunningham supported him with 13 points and 11 assists. Even a double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds by guard Kevin Oliver (201) did not help to save the game for Bisons. Wesmen moved-up to second place, which they share with UFV and Victoria. Bisons at the other side dropped to the third position with four games lost. They share it with Saskatchewan. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
A very close game took place in Prince George, BC (derby !!!) between Timberwolves and Huskies. Fifth ranked Timberwolves (5-5) got a very close home victory over second-ranked Huskies (6-4). Timberwolves managed to escape with a 3-point win 93-90 on Saturday evening. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Huskies. The best player for the winners was Jose Araujo who scored 33 points (!!!). Stephon Lamar produced 34 points (!!!) and 4 assists for the guests. Both coaches used bench players in such tough game. Timberwolves moved-up to fourth place, which they share with Lethbridge. Loser Huskies dropped to the third position with four games lost. They share it with Manitoba. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
A very interesting game took place in Halifax, NS. It ended with only one-point home defeat of 6th ranked Tigers (2-5) to fourth ranked Panthers (4-2) 74-73 in the fight for the third place. Terrence Brown saved the victory by scoring 20 points and 4 steals. Panthers' coach Tim Kendrick allowed to play the deep bench players in such tough game. Panthers moved-up to third place which they share with defeated Tigers. Tigers at the other side dropped to the third position with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
The game between Top Four teams took place in Waterloo, ON. One of their biggest challengers host Golden Hawks (2-5) were smashed by second ranked Ravens (7-1) 100-72. Philip Scrubb scored 28 points and 5 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Ravens have an impressive seven-game winning streak. They maintain second position with 7-1 record behind leader Ryerson, which they share with Ottawa. Golden Hawks lost third consecutive game. They keep the third place with five games lost. Ravens will face Voyageurs (#5) in Sudbury, ON in the next round. Golden Hawks will play on the road against the league's leader Lancers in Windsor, ON and it may be a tough game between close rivals.

There were no shocking results in the other games in round 14: Western was destroyed by Queen's on the opponent's court 114-76. Guelph managed to outperform Laurentian in a home game 88-78. Brock managed to beat Toronto Univ. on the road 88-78. Lakehead crushed York on its own court 93-58. Ottawa beat Waterloo in Ottawa, ON 82-72. Ryerson destroyed McMaster at home 92-68. UBC Okanagan unfortunately lost to Manitoba on the opponent's court 68-79. Winnipeg rolled over TRU in a home game 90-68. Cape Breton defeated New Brunsw. on the road 95-83. Victoria beat Calgary on its own court 72-68. Lethbridge lost to UBC in Vancouver, BC 84-96. Regina unfortunately lost to UFV at home 68-82. Alberta managed to beat Mount Royal on the opponent's court 81-70.
The most impressive stats of the last round was 26 points and 21 rebounds by Brylle Kamen of UBC.



Winnipeg - Manitoba 74-71

Important game to mention about took place in Winnipeg, MB. Third ranked Wesmen (7-3) saved a 3-point victory at home edging second-ranked Bisons (6-4) 74-71 in the fight for the second place. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Bisons. It was a key game for the second position in the league. It looked good early as Bisons took an 1-point lead at the end of first quarter. But then Wesmen had a 18-10 second period charge getting the lead and Bisons were not able to take back game control losing it eventually 71-74. Wesmen players were unselfish on offense dishing 22 assists. American forward Steven Wesley (196, college: E.Washington) notched a double-double by scoring 21 points and 13 rebounds to lead the effort and guard Andrew Cunningham (186, college: Redlands CC) supported him with 13 points and 11 assists. Even a double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds by guard Kevin Oliver (201) did not help to save the game for Bisons. Forward Yigit Ozsayiner (198) added 19 points for the guests. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Wesmen moved-up to second place, which they share with UFV and Victoria. Bisons at the other side dropped to the third position with four games lost. They share it with Saskatchewan. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Manitoba: Y.Ozsayiner 19+4reb+1ast, K.Oliver 17+11reb+1ast, S.Walton 13+5reb+5ast, D.Joseph 10+5reb+3ast, J.Huertas 5+2reb+2ast, C.Noel 2+1reb+1ast
Winnipeg: S.Wesley 21+13reb, A.Cunningham 13+4reb+11ast, N.Gooding 11+6reb+4ast, B.Iko 10+9reb+1ast, J.Clennon 8+4reb+3ast, T.Krahn 4+4reb+3ast
gschID: 190489


Queen's - Western 114-76

Rather expected game in Kingston, ON where 7th ranked Mustangs (1-6) were crushed by fifth ranked Golden Gaels (6-2) 114-76 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Golden Gaels. Mustangs was better in second period 20-19. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They made 20-of-25 free shots (80.0 percent) during the game. Forward Greg Faulkner (193) had a double-double by scoring 17 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists to lead the charge for the winners and guard Sukhpreet Singh (188) chipped in 21 points during the contest. Five Golden Gaels players scored in double figures. Forward Greg Morrow (190) responded with 19 points and 5 rebounds and forward Peter Scholtes (196) scored 15 points. Mustangs' coach gave up on the game allowing to play twelve players seeing no chance for a win. Golden Gaels moved-up to fourth place. Loser Mustangs keep the seventh position with six games lost. Golden Gaels will have a break next round. Mustangs will play on the road against Gryphons (#4) in Guelph, ON.
Top scorers:
Western: G.Morrow 19+5reb+2ast, P.Scholtes 15+1reb+1ast, A.Van Camp 10+4reb, Q.Henderson 9+4reb+2ast, A.Vandervoort 8+1reb+1ast, C.Drouin 7+3reb+2ast
Queen''s: S.Singh 21+1reb+3ast, G.Faulkner 17+10reb+5ast, R.Roberts 15+2reb, J.Asefa 11+1reb+1ast, A.Mavety 10, J.Lenz 10+4reb+1ast
gschID: 190476


Laurier - Carleton 72-100

The game between Top Four teams took place in Waterloo, ON. One of their biggest challengers host Golden Hawks (2-5) were smashed by second ranked Ravens (7-1) 100-72. The game was mostly controlled by Ravens. Golden Hawks was better in fourth quarter 25-20. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Ravens dominated down low during the game scoring 50 of its points in the paint compared to Golden Hawks' 28 and made 23-of-30 free shots (76.7 percent) during the game. They outrebounded Golden Hawks 37-25 including 26 on the defensive glass. It was a great shooting night for Ravens especially from behind the arc, where they had solid 64.3 percentage. International guard Philip Scrubb (190-92) scored 28 points and 5 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and international forward Tyson Hinz (198-91) chipped in 20 points during the contest. Five Ravens players scored in double figures. Guard Maxwell Allin (193) responded with 28 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists and guard Jamar Forde (190) scored 12 points. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Ravens have an impressive seven-game winning streak. They maintain second position with 7-1 record behind leader Ryerson, which they share with Ottawa. Golden Hawks lost third consecutive game. They keep the third place with five games lost. Ravens will face Voyageurs (#5) in Sudbury, ON in the next round. Golden Hawks will play on the road against the league's leader Lancers in Windsor, ON and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Laurier: M.Allin 28+5reb+4ast, J.Forde 12+3reb, W.Coulthard 12+1reb+1ast, A.Walters 6+1reb, M.Chesson 4+8reb, P.Donnelly 4+2reb
Carleton: P.Scrubb 28+5reb+1ast, T.Hinz 20+4reb+1ast, K.Blain 16+6reb+3ast, T.Scrubb 11+7reb, D.Penner 10+7reb+1ast, C.Springer-Williams 7+2reb+1ast
gschID: 190481


Guelph - Laurentian 88-78

There was a small surprise in Guelph, ON where sixth ranked Gryphons (2-5) defeated 4th ranked Voyageurs (5-3) 88-78 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Gryphons. Voyageurs was better in fourth quarter 22-18. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They made 21-of-27 free shots (77.8 percent) during the game. It was a great shooting night for Gryphons especially from behind the arc, where they had solid 61.1 percentage. Voyageurs were plagued by 28 personal fouls down the stretch. Guard Zachary Angus (185) scored 32 points and 6 rebounds (perfect from downtown making all five shots) to lead the charge for the winners and guard Charles Amponsah (185) chipped in 16 points (on 6-of-7 shooting from the field) during the contest. Guard Manny Pasquale (183) responded with 31 points and Nelson Yengue scored 12 points. Gryphons moved-up to third place, which they share with 5 other teams. Loser Voyageurs dropped to the fifth position with three games lost. Gryphons will face Mustangs (#7) in London, ON in the next round. Voyageurs will play at home against the league's second-placed Ravens in Ottawa, ON.
Top scorers:
Laurentian: M.Pasquale 31+4reb+2ast, N.Yengue 12+4reb+1ast, A.Ratte 10+5reb+2ast, T.Carter-Newman 9+3reb+2ast, G.Serresse 8+6reb+2ast, J.Weldon 7+7reb+1ast
Guelph: Z.Angus 32+6reb, C.Amponsah 16+3reb+2ast, M.Clark 9+4reb+3ast, A.Kemp 9+3reb, T.Armstrong 6+8reb+1ast, D.Thompson 5+1reb+3ast
gschID: 190479


Toronto Univ. - Brock 78-88

Not a big story in a game in Toronto, ON where 7th ranked Blues (2-6) were defeated by fifth ranked Badgers (2-5) 88-78 on Saturday. Badgers outrebounded Blues 39-28 including 28 on the defensive glass. They shot the lights out from three sinking 19 long-distance shots on high 73.1 percentage. Forward Tshing Kasamba (196) scored 29 points to lead the charge for the winners and American guard Jameson Tipping (201, college: W.Kentucky) chipped in 21 points and 4 assists during the contest. Badgers' coach Brad Rootes used entire bench which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Guard Arun Kumar (183) responded with 24 points (was perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line) and naturalized Greek guard Alex Hill (196-90, college: Cornell) scored 20 points and 7 rebounds. Four Blues players scored in double figures. Badgers moved-up to third place, which they share with 5 other teams. Blues lost fourth consecutive game. They keep the seventh position with six games lost. Badgers will face Marauders (#6) in Hamilton, ON in the next round.
Top scorers:
Toronto Univ.: A.Kumar 24+4reb+3ast, A.Hill 20+7reb+3ast, B.Garvin 18+2reb+1ast, A.Plummer 10+6reb+1ast, L.Schuetz 6+6reb+1ast, D.Johnson 0
Brock: T.Kasamba 29+4reb+1ast, J.Tipping 21+1reb+4ast, I.Egueh 14+7ast, B.John 11, M.Gibson 6+13reb+1ast, M.Luby 4+12reb
gschID: 190482


Lakehead - York 93-58

Everything went according to plan in Thunder Bay, ON where second ranked Thunderwolves (3-4) outscored 6th ranked Lions (4-4) 93-58 on Saturday. Thunderwolves dominated on the defensive end, holding Lions to just 7 points in second quarter. They also forced 25 Lions turnovers. Thunderwolves looked well-organized offensively handing out 22 assists comparing to just 8 passes made by Lions' players. Great defensive blocking was one of the keys in this match when Thunderwolves made 7 blocks. Guard Greg Carter (178-90) scored 10 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals to lead the charge for the winners and guard Ben Johnson (-88) chipped in 15 points during the contest. Four Thunderwolves players scored in double figures. Forward Daniel Tulloch (196) responded with 8 points and 5 rebounds and forward Nick Tufegdzich (201) scored 8 points and 5 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. Thunderwolves maintains second position with 3-4 record having eight points less than leader Ryerson. Loser Lions keep the sixth place with four games lost. Thunderwolves will face Warriors (#8) in Waterloo, ON in the next round where they are favorite. Lions will play at home against Gee-Gees in Ottawa, ON.
Top scorers:
York: N.Tufegdzich 8+5reb, D.Tulloch 8+5reb+1ast, R.Iheadindu 7+3reb+1ast, I.Akeem 7+1ast, R.Isaac 6+1reb+2ast, D.Tyndale 6+5reb+1ast
Lakehead: J.Jones 17, B.Johnson 15+2reb+3ast, R.Thomson 13+5reb+2ast, J.Hart 11+4reb, G.Carter 10+6reb+4ast, Y.Salhia 8+8reb+3ast
gschID: 190480


Waterloo - Ottawa 72-82

There was no surprise in Waterloo, ON where bottom-ranked Warriors (0-7) were defeated by third ranked Gee-Gees (7-1) 82-72 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Gee-Gees. Warriors was better in second period 15-11. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They made 17-of-21 free shots (81.0 percent) during the game. Guard Johnny Berhanemeskel (185) scored 22 points to lead the charge for the winners and international guard Warren Ward (196-89) chipped in 13 points and 9 rebounds during the contest. Forward Kyrie Coleman responded with 27 points and Denham Buchanan scored 9 points and 6 rebounds. Both coaches tested many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Gee-Gees have an impressive six-game winning streak. They moved-up to second place, which they share with Carleton. Loser Warriors still closes the standings with seven games lost. Gee-Gees will face Lions (#6) in Toronto, ON in the next round. Warriors will play at home against the league's second-placed Thunderwolves in Thunder Bay, ON and hope to get finally their first victory.
Top scorers:
Waterloo: K.Coleman 27+3reb+3ast, D.Buchanan 9+6reb+3ast, W.Bridge 8+4reb+3ast, Z.Angelini 6+2reb, M.Helsby 5+6reb+5ast, B.Davis 4+5reb
Ottawa: J.Berhanemeskel 22+2reb+2ast, G.Gonthier-Dubue 17+3reb+2ast, W.Ward 13+9reb+3ast, V.Gill 8+2reb+4ast, C.Agada 8+7reb, R.Evans 4
gschID: 190478


Ryerson - McMaster 92-68

No shocking result in a game in Toronto, ON where top-ranked Rams (8-0) outleveled 4th ranked Marauders (2-5) 92-68 on Saturday. The game without a history. Rams led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They shot the lights out from three sinking 12 long-distance shots on high 52.2 percentage. Guard Aaron Best (193) scored 34 points (!!!), 6 rebounds and 4 assists to lead the charge for the winners and guard Jordon Gauthier (191) chipped in 16 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists during the contest. Forward Nathan Pelech (193) responded with 12 points and 8 rebounds and center Taylor Black (201) scored 12 points and 7 rebounds. Five Marauders players scored in double figures. 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. Rams have an impressive eight-game winning streak. They maintain first position with 8-0 record. Loser Marauders dropped to the third place with five games lost. Rams' supporters look forward to an exciting derby game next round, where their team will travel locally in Toronto, ON to the arena .
Top scorers:
McMaster: A.Presutti 13+1reb+2ast, S.Laws 12+1reb+3ast, T.Black 12+7reb, N.Pelech 12+8reb+2ast, J.Rocca 10+2reb+1ast, R.Boney 4+5reb+1ast
Ryerson: A.Best 34+6reb+4ast, J.Gauthier 16+11reb+4ast, B.Michaelsen 14+6reb+3ast, J.Ogunnaike-Grannum 9+9reb, J.Jones 8+3reb+2ast, Y.Walcott 5+2reb+1ast
gschID: 190477


Manitoba - UBC Okanagan 79-68

Very expected game in Winnipeg, MB where 8th ranked Heat (1-8) was defeated by second ranked Bisons (6-4) 79-68 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Bisons. Heat was better in fourth quarter 24-11. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They made 18-of-20 free shots (90.0 percent) during the game. Bisons forced 19 Heat turnovers. Forward Yigit Ozsayiner (198) had a double-double by scoring 13 points and 14 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and guard Xavier Smith (188) chipped in 16 points during the contest. Five Bisons players scored in double figures. Guard Anwar Faza (193) responded with 18 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists and guard Mitch Goodwin (188) scored 15 points and 5 rebounds. Both coaches tested many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Despite that victory Bisons went down to third position due to points difference, which they share with Saskatchewan. Heat lost sixth consecutive game. They keep the eighth place with eight games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UBC Okanagan: A.Faza 18+8reb+4ast, M.Goodwin 15+5reb+1ast, G.Gill 10+9reb, L.Ndayitwayeko 9+2reb+1ast, D.Mackay 6+7reb+1ast, J.Asselstine 6+3reb
Manitoba: X.Smith 16+3reb, Y.Ozsayiner 13+14reb+1ast, S.Walton 13+2reb+2ast, J.Huertas 12+2reb+2ast, D.Joseph 11+5reb+1ast, K.Oliver 6+2reb+1ast
gschID: 190474


Winnipeg - TRU 90-68

The game between closely ranked teams ended with third ranked Wesmen's (7-3) home victory over 4th ranked Wolfpack (4-5) 90-68 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Wesmen. Wolfpack was better in third quarter 18-15. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They outrebounded Wolfpack 33-21 including a 26-15 advantage in defensive rebounds. Wesmen shot the lights out from three sinking 19 long-distance shots on high 59.4 percentage. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 30 assists comparing to just 14 passes made by Wolfpack's players. American forward Benny Iko (198) scored 18 points and 7 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and the other American import forward Steven Wesley (196, college: E.Washington) chipped in 12 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists during the contest. Five Wesmen players scored in double figures. Blaz Bozinovic responded with 16 points and 9 rebounds (on 7-of-8 shooting from the field) and guard Brett Rouault (193) scored 10 points and 5 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. Wesmen moved-up to second place, which they share with UFV and Victoria. Loser Wolfpack dropped to the fifth position with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
TRU: B.Bozinovic 16+9reb+1ast, B.Rouault 10+5reb+2ast, A.Pierre 9, Z.Usherwood 7, K.Pribilsky 7+1reb+6ast, B.Parker 5
Winnipeg: T.Krahn 23+3ast, B.Iko 18+7reb+2ast, S.Wesley 12+9reb+6ast, N.Gooding 11+2reb+3ast, A.Cunningham 10+2reb+11ast, J.Clennon 8+2reb+4ast
gschID: 190473


Dalhousie - UPEI 73-74

A very interesting game took place in Halifax, NS. It ended with only one-point home defeat of 6th ranked Tigers (2-5) to fourth ranked Panthers (4-2) 74-73 in the fight for the third place. Tigers were ahead by 3 points after three quarters before a 19-15 charge of Panthers, which allowed them to win the game. They made 20-of-25 charity shots (80.0 percent) during the game. Panthers forced 19 Tigers turnovers. Guard Terrence Brown (186) saved the victory by scoring 20 points and 4 steals. Guard Joe Kendrick (193-85) contributed with 16 points and 5 rebounds for the winners. Panthers' coach Tim Kendrick allowed to play the deep bench players in such tough game. Forward Simon Marr (203) replied with 18 points, 9 rebounds and 4 blocks and forward Devon Stedman added 10 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists in the effort for Tigers. Four Panthers and five Tigers players scored in double figures. Panthers moved-up to third place which they share with defeated Tigers. Tigers at the other side dropped to the third position with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Dalhousie: S.Marr 18+9reb+2ast, J.Mullings 16+1ast, H.Abdullahi 14+3reb+5ast, D.Stedman 10+9reb+4ast, C.Fox 10+2reb, N.Smith 4+3reb
UPEI: T.Brown 20+4reb+3ast, G.Doane 16+6reb, J.Kendrick 16+5reb+1ast, D.Smith 11+7reb, J.Duke 2+5reb+4ast, B.Ofori 2
gschID: 190471


New Brunsw. - Cape Breton 83-95

Not a big story in a game in Fredericton, NB where 5th ranked Varsity Reds (3-5) were defeated by top-ranked Capers (7-0) 95-83 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Capers. Varsity Reds was better in second period 22-21. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They made 33-of-42 free shots (78.6 percent) during the game. Varsity Reds were plagued by 31 personal fouls down the stretch. American guard Jimmy Dorsey (188) scored 20 points and 5 assists to lead the charge for the winners and guard Shaquille Keith (196) chipped in 19 points during the contest. Guard Daniel Quirion (183) responded with 28 points and 4 assists and Matthew Daley (175) scored 10 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Both coaches tested many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Capers have an impressive seven-game winning streak. They keep a position of league leader. Loser Varsity Reds keep the fifth place with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
New Brunsw.: D.Quirion 28+4reb+4ast, W.Mc Fee 13+5reb, N.Clarke 11+1reb+1ast, M.Daley 10+5reb+6ast, R.Smith 8+7reb+2ast, A.O'Brien 7+2reb
Cape Breton: J.Dorsey 20+4reb+5ast, S.Keith 19+4reb+1ast, C.Kasongo 18+4reb+1ast, A.Geugjes 12+4reb, K.Devereaux 8+4reb, K.Mayers 8+1reb
gschID: 190470


UNBC - Saskatchewan 93-90

A very close game took place in Prince George, BC (derby !!!) between Timberwolves and Huskies. Fifth ranked Timberwolves (5-5) got a very close home victory over second-ranked Huskies (6-4). Timberwolves managed to escape with a 3-point win 93-90 on Saturday evening. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Huskies. The hosts trailed by 6 points after first quarter, but they rallied back to get the 1-point lead at the halftime and eventually won the game 93-90. Timberwolves shot the lights out from three sinking 15 long-distance shots on high 57.7 percentage. The best player for the winners was naturalized Salvadorean guard Jose Araujo (186-86) who scored 33 points (!!!). Guard Charles Barton (193) chipped in 12 points and 9 rebounds. American guard Stephon Lamar (185, college: Pacific) produced 34 points (!!!) and 4 assists and forward Matthew Forbes (198) added 20 points and 7 rebounds (was perfect 12-for-12 from the free throw line !!!) respectively for the guests. Both coaches used bench players in such tough game. Timberwolves moved-up to fourth place, which they share with Lethbridge. Loser Huskies dropped to the third position with four games lost. They share it with Manitoba. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Saskatchewan: S.Lamar 34+3reb+4ast, M.Forbes 20+7reb, E.Ostertag 19+1reb, B.Baker 8+9reb, T.Severinski 4+4reb, J.Karwacki 3
UNBC: J.Araujo 33+3reb+1ast, F.Rowe 14+4reb+4ast, C.Barton 12+9reb+1ast, S.Raphael 9+5reb+2ast, J.Rybachuk 9+4reb+5ast, D.Stark 9+6reb+2ast
gschID: 190488


Victoria - Calgary 72-68

Everything went according to plan in Victoria, BC where second ranked Vikies (7-3) beat 6th ranked Dinos (4-6) 72-68 on Saturday. However just four-point win is not that big difference and the fans of host team counted on more convincing victory. The hosts took control from the first minutes by winning first half. But Dinos won third quarter 21-17. However it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Michael Acheampong scored 12 points and 6 assists to lead the charge for the winners and Terrell Evans chipped in 13 points and 6 rebounds during the contest. Guard Jarred Ogungbemi-Jackson (175-91) responded with 20 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists and Thijin Moses (201) scored 10 points and 7 rebounds. Both coaches tested many bench players in such tough game. Vikies maintains second position with 7-3 record behind leader Ryerson, which they share with Winnipeg and UFV. Loser Dinos keep the sixth place with six games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Calgary: J.Ogungbemi-Jackson 20+5reb+5ast, J.Gill 14+2reb, T.Moses 10+7reb+1ast, J.Owen-Thomas 8+3reb+1ast, M.Ligertwood 6+5reb, M.Letkeman 4+3reb+1ast
Victoria: T.Evans 13+6reb+1ast, M.Acheampong 12+2reb+6ast, R.Erikson 11+3reb, K.Peterson 9+2reb+3ast, B.Taylor 8+1reb+2ast, P.Anderson 8+4reb+1ast
gschID: 190487


UBC - Lethbridge 96-84

There was no surprise in Vancouver, BC where 5th ranked Pronghorn (5-5) was defeated by first ranked Thunderbirds (8-2) 96-84 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Thunderbirds. Pronghorn was better in fourth quarter 29-23. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Thunderbirds dominated down low during the game scoring 64 of its points in the paint compared to Pronghorn's 36 and made 23-of-28 free shots (82.1 percent) during the game. They outrebounded Pronghorn 39-21 including a 30-16 advantage in defensive rebounds. American forward Brylle Kamen (201, college: San Jose St.) had a double-double by scoring 26 points and 21 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and forward David Wagner (206-92) chipped in 28 points and 6 rebounds during the contest. Guard Chaz Johnson (183) responded with 13 points and 7 assists and guard Julian Chief-Morris (193-89) scored 17 points. Four Thunderbirds and five Pronghorn players scored in double figures. Both coaches tested many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Thunderbirds maintains first position with 8-2 record. Loser Pronghorn dropped to the fourth place with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Lethbridge: J.Chief-Morris 17+2reb+3ast, A.Fletcher 17+2reb+2ast, C.Johnson 13+2reb+7ast, D.Waldner 12+5reb, L.Reiter 10+1ast, M.Duce 5+2reb+2ast
UBC: D.Wagner 28+6reb+1ast, B.Kamen 26+21reb+1ast, D.Plumb 16+6reb+9ast, T.Nixon 10+1reb+1ast, O.Wallace 8+2ast, C.Morgan 6+3reb
gschID: 190486


Regina - UFV 68-82

No shocking result in a game in Regina, SK where third ranked Cascades (7-3) won against 7th ranked Cougars (3-7) 82-68 on Saturday. The game without a history. Cascades led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. Kevon Parchment had a double-double by scoring 23 points and 12 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and forward Kyle Grewal (198-88) chipped in 18 points, 11 rebounds and 6 assists during the contest. Four Cascades players scored in double figures. Forward Paul Gareau (201) responded with a double-double by scoring 11 points and 10 rebounds and guard Frank Brown (188) scored 15 points and 6 rebounds. Cascades have an impressive five-game winning streak. They moved-up to second place, which they share with Winnipeg and Victoria. Loser Cougars dropped to the sixth position with seven games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Regina: F.Brown 15+6reb, D.Mole 14+4reb+3ast, P.Gareau 11+10reb+1ast, J.Zver 8+1reb, C.Burns 6+10reb, B.Hebert 5+2reb+9ast
UFV: K.Parchment 23+12reb+3ast, K.Grewal 18+11reb+6ast, S.Freeman 14+4reb+1ast, J.York 11+6reb+7ast, N.Kendall 9+4reb+1ast, J.Blackman 7+2reb
gschID: 190485


Mount Royal - Alberta 70-81

Very expected game in Calgary, AB where 6th ranked Mount Royal (2-8) was defeated by first ranked Golden Bears (9-1) 81-70 on Saturday. The guests trailed by 1 point after first quarter, but they stormed back to get the 13-point lead at the halftime and eventually won the game 81-70. Golden Bears dominated down low during the game scoring 52 of its points in the paint compared to Mount Royal's 24. Golden Bears forced 21 Mount Royal turnovers and had a 31-20 advantage in offensive rebounds. Mount Royal was plagued by 24 personal fouls down the stretch. International guard Jordan Baker (192-91, college: Utah Valley) scored 26 points and 6 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and naturalized Kenyan guard Kenneth Otieno (188) chipped in 18 points and 5 rebounds during the contest. Five Golden Bears players scored in double figures. Forward Nick Loewen (196) responded with 15 points and 7 rebounds and point guard Awet Abraha (183) scored 12 points and 4 assists. Both coaches tested many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Golden Bears have an impressive six-game winning streak. They maintain first position with 9-1 record. Mount Royal lost fifth consecutive game. They dropped to the seventh place with eight games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Mount Royal: N.Loewen 15+7reb+1ast, A.Abraha 12+2reb+4ast, K.Wilson 11+1reb+1ast, M.Akwl 9+3reb+2ast, J.Gardener 7+3ast, D.Awak 6+3reb+2ast
Alberta: J.Baker 26+6reb+3ast, K.Otieno 18+5reb+2ast, R.Dewar 12+5reb+3ast, A.Weir 10+5reb, Y.Ouahrig 10+3reb+4ast, S.Saffa 4+3reb+2ast
gschID: 190484


Brandon - TWU 73-75

The most interesting game of round 14 in the CIS was only two-point a home defeat of 8th ranked Bobcats (2-8) to seventh ranked Spartans (3-7) 75-73 in the game for the sixth place. The guests trailed by 5 points after three quarters before their 25-18 charge, which allowed them to win the game. Spartans outrebounded Bobcats 55-43 including a 23-10 advantage in offensive rebounds. 29 personal fouls committed by Bobcats helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. Guard Justin Bakuteka (183) scored 25 points and 6 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and Mark Perrin chipped in 18 points and 11 rebounds during the contest. Spartans' coach Scott Allen used a ten-player rotation in such tough game. Forward Ali-Mounir Benabdelhak (201) responded with a double-double by scoring 23 points and 10 rebounds and forward Jordan Reaves produced a double-double by scoring 17 points and 10 rebounds. Spartans moved-up to sixth place, which they share with Regina. Bobcats lost third consecutive game. They dropped to the seventh position with eight games lost. They share it with Mount Royal. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Brandon: A.Benabdelhak 23+10reb, J.Reaves 17+10reb+1ast, I.Bonhomme 11+6reb+7ast, J.Elias 8+6reb, K.Ramsey 6+2reb+1ast, T.Scott 6+1ast
TWU: J.Bakuteka 25+6reb+2ast, M.Perrin 18+11reb+1ast, D.McDonald 11+2reb, T.Linttell 9+14reb+1ast, T.Heinrichs 8+10reb+2ast, E.Mara 4+6reb
gschID: 190483


  




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