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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
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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 21: Voyageurs beat Rams by two after a very close game - Jan 19, 2013


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The fans could enjoy quite many interesting games in the last round. The round ended with derby games and favorites losing the games.

The most exciting game of round 21 in the CIS took place in Sudbury, ON. This derby game ended with only two-point defeat on the road of second-best Rams (10-2) to fifth ranked Voyageurs (6-6) 75-73 in the game for the third place. Rams were tied after three quarters but could not keep up in the last quarter eventually losing the game. It was a good game for Alex Ratte who led his team to a victory with 29 points. Swingman Georges Serresse (191) contributed with 13 points and 10 rebounds for the winners. The former international point guard Jahmal Jones (183-91) answered with 22 points and 6 rebounds for Rams. Rams' coach tried various players' combinations and tested in total eleven players in this game, but that didn't help. Voyageurs moved-up to third place, which they share with McMaster. Rams at the other side dropped to the third position with two games lost. Voyageurs is looking forward to face Blues (#7) in Toronto, ON in the next round. Rams' supporters also look forward to an exciting derby game next round, where their team will travel locally in Toronto, ON to the arena Lions.
Another exciting game was a derby match between two teams from Toronto, ON: Lions (#6) and Blues (#7). Lions (5-7) crushed visiting Blues (2-10) by 25 points 97-72. Guard David Tyndale (180) stepped up and scored 28 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists for the winners and Aaron Rados chipped in 19 points and 7 rebounds. The best for the losing side was naturalized Greek guard Alex Hill (196-90, college: Cornell) with 21 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. Lions moved-up to fourth place, which they share with Guelph. Blues lost eighth consecutive game. They keep the seventh position with ten games lost. They share it with Waterloo and Mount Royal. Lions' supporters look forward to another derby game next round, where their team will face at home their local rival from Toronto, ON Rams.
Very important is a road loss of third ranked Cascades (7-6) against sixth ranked Dinos (6-7) on Friday night. Visiting Cascades were defeated by Dinos in a tough game in Calgary, AB 84-88. Thijin Moses nailed a double-double by scoring 21 points, 13 rebounds and 5 assists for the winning side. Dinos' coach Dan Vanhoorn used an eleven-player rotation in such tough game. Samuel Freeman came up with 41 points (!!!) and 7 rebounds for Cascades in the defeat. Dinos moved-up to fifth place, which they share with Lethbridge. Cascades lost third consecutive game. They keep the third position with six games lost. Dinos will meet at home Spartans (#6) in the next round. Cascades will play against Pronghorn in Lethbridge, AB and hope to secure a win.
An interesting game for Golden Bears (11-2) which hosted in Edmonton, AB 4th placed Wolfpack (6-8). First ranked Golden Bears had an easy win 74-55. The best player for the winners was Kenneth Otieno who scored 15 points and 6 rebounds. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Golden Bears maintains first place with 11-2 record, which they share with Ottawa and UBC. Wolfpack at the other side keeps the fourth position with eight games lost. Golden Bears' next round opponent will be Heat (#8) in Kelowna, BC and are hoping to win another game. Wolfpack will play on the road against the league's second-placed Huskies (#2) in Saskatoon, SK and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
An interesting game for Gee-Gees (11-2) which hosted in Ottawa, ON 4th placed Golden Gaels (9-4). Third ranked Gee-Gees had an easy win 75-58. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Golden Gaels. It was a good game for Warren Ward who led his team to a victory with 20 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists. Gee-Gees' coach James DeRouin allowed to play the deep bench players saving starting five for next games. Gee-Gees keep a position of league leader, which they share with Alberta and UBC. Loser Golden Gaels dropped to the second place with four games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.

There were no big surprises in other games of round 21: Brandon were beaten by UBC on the road 90-75. Victoria destroyed Regina on its own court 79-55. TWU outscored Lethbridge in Langley, BC 96-72. Saskatchewan rolled over UBC Okanagan at home 91-64. Lakehead defeated Western on the opponent's court 62-55. New Brunsw. smashed St.Mary's in a home game 95-70.
The most impressive performance of 21th round was 33 points (!!!), 11 rebounds and 6 assists by Mark Perrin of TWU.



UBC - Brandon 90-75

No shocking result in a game when first ranked Thunderbirds (11-2) beat 8th ranked Bobcats (3-10) in Vancouver, BC 90-75 on Friday. The game was mostly controlled by Thunderbirds. Bobcats was better in third quarter 27-18. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They made 28-of-34 free shots (82.4 percent) during the game, while Bobcats only scored twelve points from the stripe. They outrebounded Bobcats 52-26 including a 22-9 advantage in offensive rebounds. Bobcats were plagued by 24 personal fouls down the stretch. It was a good game for American forward Brylle Kamen (201, college: San Jose St.) who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 17 points and 16 rebounds. Guard O'Brian Wallace (185, college: Miles CC) contributed with 18 points and 5 rebounds for the winners. Forward Jordan Reaves answered with 18 points and 5 rebounds and forward Ali-Mounir Benabdelhak (201) added 14 points and 9 rebounds in the effort for Bobcats. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Bobcats' coach let to play ten players and allowed the starting five to rest. Thunderbirds have an impressive series of six victories in a row. They maintain first place with 11-2 record, which they share with Ottawa and Alberta. Loser Bobcats keep the eighth position with ten games lost. Thunderbirds will face Cougars (#7) in Regina, SK in the next round which should be theoretically an easy game. Bobcats will play on the road against the league's second-placed Vikies in Victoria, BC.
Top scorers:
UBC: O.Wallace 18+5reb+2ast, D.Plumb 17+2reb+4ast, B.Kamen 17+16reb, D.Wagner 13+10reb, J.Jensen-Whyte 10+2reb+4ast, I.Solomon 8+5reb+4ast
Brandon: J.Reaves 18+5reb+3ast, R.Smith 16+1reb+3ast, A.Benabdelhak 14+9reb, I.Bonhomme 12+4reb+5ast, K.Ramsey 9+1ast, J.Elias 4+2reb
gschID: 190565


Victoria - Regina 79-55

Very expected game when 7th ranked Cougars (5-8) were smashed by second ranked Vikies (8-5) in Victoria, BC 79-55 on Friday. The game was mostly controlled by Vikies. Cougars was better in third quarter 19-18. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated on the defensive end, holding Cougars to just 7 points in first quarter. Vikies forced 20 Cougars turnovers. It was a good game for Terrell Evans who led his team to a victory with 26 points and 7 rebounds (on 11-of-14 shooting from the field). Center Chris McLaughlin (208) contributed with 6 points and 7 rebounds for the winners. Forward Paul Gareau (201) answered with 21 points and 8 rebounds (on 10-of-12 shooting from the field) and forward Connor Burns (201) added 12 points and 7 rebounds in the effort for Cougars. 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. Vikies maintains second place with 8-5 record having just -1 points less than leader Windsor. Loser Cougars dropped to the fifth position with eight games lost. Vikies will face Bobcats (#8) in Brandon, MB in the next round which should be theoretically another easy game. Cougars will play on the road against the league's leader Thunderbirds in Vancouver, BC.
Top scorers:
Victoria: T.Evans 26+7reb+3ast, K.Peterson 12+2reb+1ast, M.Acheampong 9+4ast, P.Anderson 8+6reb+1ast, C.McLaughlin 6+7reb+3ast, B.Taylor 6+2reb
Regina: P.Gareau 21+8reb+2ast, C.Burns 12+7reb+1ast, J.Zver 9+3reb, A.Tate 5+2reb, F.Brown 3, D.Mole 2+4reb+2ast
gschID: 190564


Alberta - TRU 74-55

An interesting game for Golden Bears (11-2) which hosted in Edmonton, AB 4th placed Wolfpack (6-8). First ranked Golden Bears had an easy win 74-55. The game was mostly controlled by Golden Bears. Wolfpack was better in fourth quarter 16-12. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. The best player for the winners was naturalized Kenyan guard Kenneth Otieno (188) who scored 15 points and 6 rebounds. Forward Todd Bergen-Henengouwen (196-91) chipped in 6 points and 8 rebounds. At the other side the best for losing team was Zach Usherwood who recorded 10 points and Ivan Bozinovic added 6 points and 6 rebounds respectively. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Golden Bears maintains first place with 11-2 record, which they share with Ottawa and UBC. Wolfpack at the other side keeps the fourth position with eight games lost. Golden Bears' next round opponent will be Heat (#8) in Kelowna, BC and are hoping to win another game. Wolfpack will play on the road against the league's second-placed Huskies (#2) in Saskatoon, SK and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Alberta: K.Otieno 15+6reb+3ast, T.Watson 13, R.Dewar 8+3reb+3ast, S.Saffa 7+3reb+4ast, T.Riar 6+2reb, T.Bergen-Henengouwen 6+8reb+1ast
TRU: Z.Usherwood 10+2reb+2ast, A.Pierre 7+2reb+2ast, B.Bozinovic 6+4reb+1ast, D.Oates 6+2reb, I.Bozinovic 6+6reb, B.Parker 5
gschID: 190563


Lethbridge - TWU 72-96

We could consider it a predictable result in the game between close teams when sixth ranked Spartans (5-8) rolled over 5th ranked Pronghorn (6-7) in Lethbridge, AB 96-72 on Friday. The game without a history. Spartans led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. Spartans outrebounded Pronghorn 44-33 including a 32-21 advantage in defensive rebounds. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 23 assists. It was a good game for Mark Perrin who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 33 points (!!!), 11 rebounds and 6 assists. American point guard Tristan Smith (183-86) contributed with a double-double by scoring 16 points, 7 rebounds and 10 assists for the winners. Five Spartans players scored in double figures. Center Derek Waldner (201) answered with a double-double by scoring 19 points and 13 rebounds and guard Morgan Duce (180) added 20 points in the effort for Pronghorn. 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. Spartans moved-up to fifth place, which they share with Regina and UNBC. Loser Pronghorn keeps the fifth position with seven games lost. Spartans will face Dinos (#5) in Calgary, AB in the next round. Pronghorn will play at home against Cascades in Abbotsford, BC and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
TWU: M.Perrin 33+11reb+6ast, D.McDonald 17+7reb, T.Smith 16+7reb+10ast, T.Linttell 13+4reb+1ast, T.Jackson 10+6reb+2ast, K.Osborne 4+2reb
Lethbridge: M.Duce 20+4reb+2ast, D.Waldner 19+13reb+2ast, L.Reiter 15+2reb+4ast, C.Johnson 9+5reb, J.Chief-Morris 9, S.Wenzel 0+3reb+1ast
gschID: 190562


Saskatchewan - UBC Okanagan 91-64

Not a big story in a game when 8th ranked Heat (2-12) was outscored by third ranked Huskies (9-4) in Saskatoon, SK 91-64 on Friday. The game without a history. Huskies 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 Heat's 34. Huskies forced 22 Heat turnovers and outrebounded them 39-21 including a 15-3 advantage in offensive rebounds. It was a good game for forward Matthew Forbes (198) who led his team to a victory with 19 points and 7 rebounds. American guard Stephon Lamar (185, college: Pacific) contributed with 16 points and 7 assists for the winners. Guard Landry Ndayitwayeko (190) answered with 14 points and Azi Fahandeg-Sadi (193) added 13 points in the effort for Heat. 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. Huskies have a solid series of three victories in a row. They moved-up to second place, which they share with Queen's. Heat lost fourth consecutive game. They keep the eighth position with 12 games lost. Huskies will face Wolfpack (#4) in Kamloops, BC in the next round. Heat will play on the road against the league's leader Golden Bears (#1) in Edmonton, AB.
Top scorers:
Saskatchewan: M.Forbes 19+7reb+1ast, A.Henry 18+3reb, S.Lamar 16+2reb+7ast, E.Ostertag 10+4ast, B.Baker 9+8reb+4ast, P.Burns 8+9reb+1ast
UBC Okanagan: L.Ndayitwayeko 14+2reb+1ast, A.Fahandeg-Sadi 13+4reb, D.Mackay 13+2reb, Y.Ghomari 8+2reb+5ast, M.Goodwin 7+1reb, A.Faza 6+4reb+1ast
gschID: 190561


Calgary - UFV 88-84

Very important is a road loss of third ranked Cascades (7-6) against sixth ranked Dinos (6-7) on Friday night. Visiting Cascades were defeated by Dinos in a tough game in Calgary, AB 84-88. The hosts trailed by 2 points after three quarters before their 28-22 charge, which allowed them to win the game. Dinos had a 33-22 advantage in offensive rebounds. It was a great shooting night for Dinos especially from behind the arc, where they had solid 57.9 percentage. Thijin Moses (201) nailed a double-double by scoring 21 points, 13 rebounds and 5 assists for the winning side and guard Jarred Ogungbemi-Jackson (175-91) accounted for 20 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Dinos' coach Dan Vanhoorn used an eleven-player rotation in such tough game. Guard Samuel Freeman (191) came up with 41 points (!!!) and 7 rebounds and Kevon Parchment added 13 points and 8 rebounds respectively for Cascades in the defeat. Dinos moved-up to fifth place, which they share with Lethbridge. Cascades lost third consecutive game. They keep the third position with six games lost. Dinos will meet at home Spartans (#6) in the next round. Cascades will play against Pronghorn in Lethbridge, AB and hope to secure a win.
Top scorers:
Calgary: T.Moses 21+13reb+5ast, J.Ogungbemi-Jackson 20+8reb+5ast, J.Gill 14+3reb, D.Karch 9+4reb+4ast, M.Letkeman 8+3reb, J.Owen-Thomas 7+4reb+1ast
UFV: S.Freeman 41+7reb+3ast, K.Parchment 13+8reb, N.Kendall 12+7reb+1ast, J.York 9+3reb+1ast, M.Dulay 3, S.Ashkenazy 2+5reb
gschID: 190560


York - Toronto Univ. 97-72

Another exciting game was a derby match between two teams from Toronto, ON: Lions (#6) and Blues (#7). Lions (5-7) crushed visiting Blues (2-10) by 25 points 97-72. The game without a history. Lions led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They dominated down low during the game scoring 54 of its points in the paint compared to Blues' 28. They outrebounded Blues 42-20 including a 21-10 advantage in offensive rebounds. Guard David Tyndale (180) stepped up and scored 28 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists for the winners and forward Aaron Rados (198) chipped in 19 points and 7 rebounds. The best for the losing side was naturalized Greek guard Alex Hill (196-90, college: Cornell) with 21 points and forward Ben Garvin (190) scored 14 points. Four Blues players scored in double figures. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Lions moved-up to fourth place, which they share with Guelph. Blues lost eighth consecutive game. They keep the seventh position with ten games lost. They share it with Waterloo and Mount Royal. Lions' supporters look forward to another derby game next round, where their team will face at home their local rival from Toronto, ON Rams.
Top scorers:
York: D.Tyndale 28+6reb+7ast, A.Rados 19+7reb+3ast, R.Isaac 14+6reb+3ast, N.Tufegdzich 9+6reb, M.Ziobrowski 9+2reb, N.Chandrakumar 5+4reb+2ast
Toronto Univ.: A.Hill 21+1reb+2ast, B.Garvin 14+4reb+1ast, A.Kumar 13+1reb+4ast, N.Irvine 10+8reb, D.Johnson 4, D.Laurin 4+4reb
gschID: 190559


Western - Lakehead 55-62

Everything went according to plan when second ranked Thunderwolves (7-5) defeated 8th ranked Mustangs (1-11) in London, ON 62-55 on Friday. Mustangs were tied after three quarters but could not keep up in the last quarter eventually losing the game. They outrebounded Mustangs 45-26 including a 19-4 advantage in offensive rebounds. It was a good game for naturalized Egyptian forward Yoosrie Salhia (198-87) who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 14 points and 10 rebounds. Guard Greg Carter (178-90) contributed with 14 points and 7 rebounds for the winners. Thunderwolves' coach Scott Morrison used entire bench and allowed the starting five to rest. Forward Peter Scholtes (196) answered with 21 points and forward Greg Morrow (190) added 9 points and 7 rebounds in the effort for Mustangs. Thunderwolves maintains second place with 7-5 record having just one points less than leader Windsor. Mustangs lost seventh consecutive game. They keep the eighth position with 11 games lost. Thunderwolves will have a break next round. Mustangs will play again at home against the league's second-placed Thunderwolves (#2) in Thunder Bay, ON.
Top scorers:
Lakehead: G.Carter 14+7reb+3ast, Y.Salhia 14+10reb+2ast, B.Johnson 7+6reb+2ast, D.Harvey 7+3reb+4ast, M.Schmidt 7+7reb, J.Hart 6+2reb+1ast
Western: P.Scholtes 21+3reb, G.Morrow 9+7reb+1ast, G.Johnson 6+1reb, R.Higgins 5+1ast, J.Bernard 4+1reb+3ast, E.Dooley 4+7reb+2ast
gschID: 190558


Ottawa - Queen''s 75-58

An interesting game for Gee-Gees (11-2) which hosted in Ottawa, ON 4th placed Golden Gaels (9-4). Third ranked Gee-Gees had an easy win 75-58. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Golden Gaels. The game without a history. Gee-Gees led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They outrebounded Golden Gaels 43-26 including 29 on the defensive glass. It was a good game for the former international guard the former international guard Warren Ward (196-89) (196-89) who led his team to a victory with 20 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists. Guard guard Johnny Berhanemeskel (185) (185) contributed with 18 points and 5 rebounds for the winners. Gee-Gees' coach James DeRouin allowed to play the deep bench players saving starting five for next games. The former international guard the former international guard Warren Ward (196-89) (196-89) answered with 20 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists and guard guard Johnny Berhanemeskel (185) (185) added 18 points and 5 rebounds in the effort for Golden Gaels. Gee-Gees keep a position of league leader, which they share with Alberta and UBC. Loser Golden Gaels dropped to the second place with four games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
gschID: 190557


Laurentian - Ryerson 75-73

The most exciting game of round 21 in the CIS took place in Sudbury, ON. This derby game ended with only two-point defeat on the road of second-best Rams (10-2) to fifth ranked Voyageurs (6-6) 75-73 in the game for the third place. Rams were tied after three quarters but could not keep up in the last quarter eventually losing the game. It was a good game for Alex Ratte who led his team to a victory with 29 points. Swingman Georges Serresse (191) contributed with a double-double by scoring 13 points and 10 rebounds for the winners. The former international point guard Jahmal Jones (183-91) answered with 22 points and 6 rebounds and guard Aaron Best (193) added 17 points and 9 rebounds in the effort for Rams. Rams' coach tried various players' combinations and tested in total eleven players in this game, but that didn't help. Voyageurs moved-up to third place, which they share with McMaster. Rams at the other side dropped to the third position with two games lost. Voyageurs is looking forward to face Blues (#7) in Toronto, ON in the next round. Rams' supporters also look forward to an exciting derby game next round, where their team will travel locally in Toronto, ON to the arena Lions.
Top scorers:
Laurentian: A.Ratte 29+4reb+1ast, M.Pasquale 16+3reb+5ast, G.Serresse 13+10reb+3ast, N.Yengue 8+4reb+2ast, J.Weldon 4+4reb, T.Carter-Newman 3+9reb+3ast
Ryerson: J.Jones 22+6reb+2ast, A.Best 17+9reb+1ast, B.Michaelsen 11+8reb+2ast, J.Ogunnaike-Grannum 8+5reb+1ast, N.Stankovic 6+3reb, J.Gauthier 4+5reb+1ast
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New Brunsw. - St.Mary''s 95-70

There was no surprise when 7th ranked Huskies (2-8) were outleveled by fifth ranked Varsity Reds (4-6) in Fredericton, NB 95-70 on Friday. The game was mostly controlled by Varsity Reds. Huskies was better in third quarter 19-18. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Varsity Reds shot 24 for 34 from the free-throw line, while Huskies only scored six points from the stripe. They outrebounded Huskies 40-26 including 32 on the defensive glass. It was a great shooting night for Varsity Reds especially from behind the arc, where they had solid 52.9 percentage. It was a good game for guard guard William Mc Fee (190) (190) who led his team to a victory with 30 points and 5 rebounds. Forward forward Jordan Irvine (193) (193) contributed with a double-double by scoring 19 points and 11 rebounds for the winners. Guard guard William Mc Fee (190) (190) answered with 30 points and 5 rebounds and forward forward Jordan Irvine (193) (193) added 19 points and 11 rebounds in the effort for Huskies. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Varsity Reds maintains fifth place with 4-6 record. Huskies lost eighth consecutive game. They keep the seventh position with eight games lost. Varsity Reds will face higher ranked Panthers (#3) in Charlottetown, PEI in the next round and it will be quite challenging to get another victory.
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