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 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 
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 1. Ottawa 17-2 
 2. Carleton 16-3 
 3. Nipissing 4-15 
 4. York 2-17 
OUA West
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 2. Western 11-9 
 3. Laurier 9-11 
 4. Algoma 5-15 
 5. Waterloo 1-19 
Quebec League
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 2. Concordia 10-6 
 3. Laval 7-9 
 4. UQAM 7-9 
 5. Bishops 4-12 
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 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 22: Gaiters lose the game and top position - Jan 20, 2013


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There was no lack of excitement in the last round games. The round ended with change at the leadership position, derby games and favorites losing the games.

There was a change at the CIS leadership position after last games. Round 22 most important game was a defeat of league's leader Gaiters (5-3). They were defeated by third ranked Stingers (5-3) 82-68 on Saturday night. It was a key game for the second position in the league. The game was mostly controlled by Stingers. Gaiters managed to win fourth quarter 20-10. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Stingers held Gaiters to an opponent 0.0 percent shooting from the field compared to 50.0 percent accuracy of the winners and made 16-of-21 free shots (76.2 percent) during the game, while Gaiters only scored point from the stripe. They outrebounded Gaiters 33-0 including a 25- advantage in defensive rebounds. The former international point guard the former international point guard Kyle Desmarais (188-87, college: Cent.Conn.St.) (188-87, college: Cent.Conn.St.) scored 25 points, 5 assists and 6 steals to lead the charge for the winners and forward Evens Laroche (193) chipped in 10 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists during the contest. Stingers' coach used a ten-player rotation which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. At the losing side the former international point guard the former international point guard Kyle Desmarais (188-87, college: Cent.Conn.St.) (188-87, college: Cent.Conn.St.) responded with 25 points, 5 assists and 6 steals. Stingers moved-up to second place, which they share with Bishop's. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
The game had a very big importance for second-ranked Redmen as it allowed them to take a leadership position. Redmen smashed 4th ranked Citadines in Montreal, QC 68-42. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Citadines. American guard Adrian Hynes-Guery (190, college: Amer.Internat.) notched 11 points and 5 assists to lead the effort and Aleksandar Mitrovic supported him with 14 points and 4 steals. Even 9 points and 7 rebounds by guard Richard Kwaku Addai (183-88) did not help to save the game for Citadines. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Redmen have a solid three-game winning streak. As mentioned above they took over a top position. Citadines at the other side keep the fourth place with six games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
A very close game took place in Calgary, AB (derby !!!) between Dinos and Spartans. Fifth ranked Dinos (7-7) got a very close home victory over 6th ranked Spartans (5-9). Dinos managed to escape with a 1-point win 93-92 on Saturday evening. Jarred Ogungbemi-Jackson fired 28 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists for the winners. Tonner Jackson produced 36 points (!!!) and 9 rebounds for lost side. Spartans' coach rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help. Dinos moved-up to third place, which they share with Lethbridge and UFV. Loser Spartans dropped to the fifth position with nine games lost. They share it with Regina and UNBC. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
A very interesting game took place in Lethbridge, AB. It ended with only two-point defeat on the road of one of their biggest challengers Cascades (7-7) to sixth ranked Pronghorn (7-7) 74-72 in the fight for the third place. Worth to mention a great performance of Derek Waldner who helped to win the game recording a double-double by scoring 18 points and 16 rebounds. Pronghorn moved-up to third place, which they share with Calgary and UFV. Cascades lost fourth consecutive game. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Another interesting game was a derby match between two local teams from Toronto, ON: Rams (#3) and Lions (#6). Lions were defeated at home 69-79 and even the fact of playing on their own court did not help. Aaron Best had a double-double by scoring 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners. Rams' coach Roy Rana allowed to play the deep bench players saving starting five for next games. Rams (11-2) moved-up to second place, which they share with Ottawa. Loser Lions dropped to the fourth position with eight games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.

There were no shocking results in the other games in round 22: Manitoba won against UNBC on the opponent's court 90-79. Victoria outscored Brandon in a home game 78-52. Regina recorded a loss to UBC on the road 75-65. Alberta crushed UBC Okanagan on its own court 84-64. TRU was beaten by Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, SK 85-69. Mount Royal lost to Winnipeg at home 71-75. Queen's was outscored by Carleton on the opponent's court 63-104. Laurentian rolled over Toronto Univ. in a home game 98-78. Lakehead crushed Western on the road 90-52. New Brunsw. was beaten by UPEI on its own court 81-93. Dalhousie destroyed Memorial in Halifax, NS 93-71. Cape Breton outscored Acadia at home 93-72. Windsor managed to beat Guelph on the opponent's court 83-77. Brock was defeated by Laurier in a home game 70-85. McMaster beat Waterloo on the road 81-70.



UNBC - Manitoba 79-90

The game between closely ranked teams ended with 5th ranked Timberwolves' (5-9) home loss to fourth ranked Bisons (10-5) 79-90 on Saturday. Bisons forced 26 Timberwolves turnovers. Timberwolves were plagued by 27 personal fouls down the stretch. Guard Kevin Oliver (201) scored 20 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists to lead the charge for the winners and guard Jonar Huertas (183) chipped in 27 points and 4 steals during the contest. At the losing side naturalized Salvadorean guard Jose Araujo (186-86) responded with 19 points and 5 rebounds and forward Gabe Aubertin (201) scored 15 points and 7 rebounds. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Timberwolves' coach tested ten players, but that didn't help to avoid defeat in this game. Bisons have a solid four-game winning streak. They maintain fourth position with 10-5 record. Timberwolves lost fourth consecutive game. They keep the fifth place with nine games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UNBC: J.Araujo 19+5reb+1ast, G.Aubertin 15+7reb+1ast, C.Barton 12+7reb, S.Raphael 11+4reb+1ast, N.Bains 8+8reb, F.Rowe 7+6reb+1ast
Manitoba: J.Huertas 27+1reb+1ast, K.Oliver 20+7reb+5ast, S.Walton 13+6reb+4ast, Y.Ozsayiner 10+6reb+1ast, D.Joseph 9+4reb, C.Noel 8+7reb+1ast
gschID: 190585


Victoria - Brandon 78-52

Very predictable result in Victoria, BC where second ranked Vikies (9-5) smashed 8th ranked Bobcats (3-11) 78-52 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Vikies. Bobcats was better in fourth quarter 27-24. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated on the defensive end, holding Bobcats to just 4 points in third quarter. Great defensive blocking was one of the keys in this match when Vikies made 7 blocks. Michael Acheampong scored 18 points and 9 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and center Chris McLaughlin (208) chipped in 17 points (on 7-of-9 shooting from the field) during the contest. Vikies' coach Craig Beaucamp felt very confident that he used entire bench and allowed the starting five to rest. At the losing side Kenonte Ramsey responded with 12 points and 5 rebounds and forward Jordan Reaves scored 10 points and 5 rebounds. Vikies maintains second position with 9-5 record having just two points less than leader McGill, which they share with Queen's. Bobcats lost third consecutive game. They keep the eighth place with 11 games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Brandon: K.Ramsey 12+5reb+1ast, J.Reaves 10+5reb, I.Bonhomme 9+2reb+1ast, R.Smith 6+1reb, P.Matulu 6+4reb, J.Molin 4+1reb
Victoria: M.Acheampong 18+9reb+2ast, C.McLaughlin 17+4reb, B.Dunlop 14+2reb, T.Evans 8+10reb, R.Theil 6+1reb+1ast, K.Peterson 6+2reb+6ast
gschID: 190584


UBC - Regina 75-65

Not a big story in a game in Vancouver, BC where 7th ranked Cougars (5-9) were defeated by first ranked Thunderbirds (12-2) 75-65 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Thunderbirds. Cougars was better in third quarter 20-15. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Thunderbirds forced 23 Cougars turnovers and outrebounded them 45-27 including a 18-6 advantage in offensive rebounds. American forward Brylle Kamen (201, college: San Jose St.) had a double-double by scoring 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and the other American import guard Doug Plumb (193, college: Minnesota St.) chipped in 15 points during the contest. Four Thunderbirds players scored in double figures. At the losing side forward Paul Gareau (201) responded with 18 points and 6 rebounds and guard Frank Brown (188) scored 14 points. Both coaches used bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Thunderbirds have an impressive seven-game winning streak. They maintain first position with 12-2 record, which they share with Alberta. Loser Cougars dropped to the fifth place with nine games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Regina: P.Gareau 18+6reb+3ast, A.Tate 14+2reb, F.Brown 14+4reb+3ast, C.Burns 7+9reb+1ast, B.Hebert 5+5reb+8ast, T.Sylvester 4
UBC: D.Plumb 15+4reb+2ast, B.Kamen 11+10reb+3ast, T.Nixon 10+7reb+1ast, O.Wallace 10+4reb+2ast, G.Pippus 9+6reb+2ast, D.Wagner 8+6reb+1ast
gschID: 190583


Alberta - UBC Okanagan 84-64

Everything went according to plan in Edmonton, AB where first ranked Golden Bears (12-2) outscored 8th ranked Heat (2-13) 84-64 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Golden Bears. Heat was better in third quarter 26-23. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated on the defensive end, holding Heat to just 7 points in first quarter. Naturalized Kenyan guard Kenneth Otieno (188) scored 22 points and 4 assists to lead the charge for the winners and forward Sahr Saffa (191-90) chipped in 18 points and 5 assists during the contest. Four Golden Bears players scored in double figures. At the losing side guard Mitch Goodwin (188) responded with 15 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists and Dave Mackay (196) scored 9 points and 6 rebounds. Both coaches used bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Golden Bears have a solid three-game winning streak. They maintain first position with 12-2 record, which they share with UBC. Heat lost fifth consecutive game. They keep the eighth place with 13 games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UBC Okanagan: M.Goodwin 15+7reb+4ast, A.Fahandeg-Sadi 12+1reb+1ast, D.Mackay 9+6reb+2ast, G.Gill 9+1reb+1ast, A.Faza 6+3reb+3ast, Y.Ghomari 5+3reb+2ast
Alberta: K.Otieno 22+4reb+4ast, S.Saffa 18+1reb+5ast, R.Dewar 12+2reb, Y.Ouahrig 10+1reb+7ast, A.Weir 8+2reb, T.Bergen-Henengouwen 6+10reb+3ast
gschID: 190582


Lethbridge - UFV 74-72

A very interesting game took place in Lethbridge, AB. It ended with only two-point defeat on the road of one of their biggest challengers Cascades (7-7) to sixth ranked Pronghorn (7-7) 74-72 in the fight for the third place. Cascades cut a 19-point halftime deficit to two at the end of the game. 24 personal fouls committed by Cascades helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. Worth to mention a great performance of center Derek Waldner (201) who helped to win the game recording a double-double by scoring 18 points and 16 rebounds. Guard Morgan Duce (180) contributed with 17 points and 8 rebounds for the winners. Four Pronghorn players scored in double figures. Kevon Parchment replied with 23 points and 9 rebounds and guard Samuel Freeman (191) added 15 points and 8 rebounds in the effort for Cascades. Pronghorn moved-up to third place, which they share with Calgary and UFV. Cascades lost fourth consecutive game. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UFV: K.Parchment 23+9reb+1ast, S.Freeman 15+8reb, S.Ashkenazy 10+9reb, N.Kendall 9+6reb+1ast, A.Khaira 6+3reb, J.York 5+4reb+5ast
Lethbridge: D.Waldner 18+16reb+2ast, M.Duce 17+8reb+3ast, J.Chief-Morris 12+9reb+3ast, A.Fletcher 10+3reb+3ast, L.Reiter 9+6reb+1ast, A.Fridon 3+1reb
gschID: 190581


Saskatchewan - TRU 85-69

There was no surprise in Saskatoon, SK where one of their biggest challengers Wolfpack (6-9) was defeated by second ranked Huskies (10-4) 85-69 on Saturday. The hosts trailed by 2 points after first quarter, but they stormed back to get the 2-point lead at the halftime and eventually won the game 85-69. Huskies outrebounded Wolfpack 37-23 including 27 on the defensive glass. Wolfpack was plagued by 24 personal fouls down the stretch. American guard Stephon Lamar (185, college: Pacific) scored 28 points to lead the charge for the winners and guard Patrick Burns (198) chipped in 15 points and 10 rebounds (perfect from the field making all six shots) during the contest. Five Huskies players scored in double figures. At the losing side guard Kevin Pribilsky (180) responded with 14 points and Zach Usherwood scored 14 points. Wolfpack's coach tested eleven players seeing no chance for a win. Huskies have a solid four-game winning streak. Despite that victory Huskies went down to third position due to points difference. Wolfpack lost third consecutive game. They keep the fourth place with nine games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
TRU: K.Pribilsky 14+3reb+1ast, Z.Usherwood 14+1reb+2ast, B.Rouault 10+2reb, A.Pierre 7+2reb+2ast, D.Oates 6+2reb, B.Bozinovic 4+5reb+1ast
Saskatchewan: S.Lamar 28+3reb+3ast, P.Burns 15+10reb+2ast, B.Baker 12+7reb+1ast, M.Forbes 10+4reb+1ast, E.Ostertag 10+3reb+3ast, A.Henry 5+6reb+1ast
gschID: 190580


Calgary - TWU 93-92

A very close game took place in Calgary, AB (derby !!!) between Dinos and Spartans. Fifth ranked Dinos (7-7) got a very close home victory over 6th ranked Spartans (5-9). Dinos managed to escape with a 1-point win 93-92 on Saturday evening. Spartans cut a 15-point halftime deficit to one at the end of the game. Dinos shot the lights out from three sinking 12 long-distance shots on high 57.1 percentage. Guard Jarred Ogungbemi-Jackson (175-91) fired 28 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists for the winners. Thijin Moses (201) chipped in a double-double by scoring 20 points and 10 rebounds. Four Dinos players scored in double figures. Guard Tonner Jackson (201) produced 36 points (!!!) and 9 rebounds and forward Tyler Linttell (198) added 13 points and 10 rebounds respectively for lost side. Spartans' coach rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help. Dinos moved-up to third place, which they share with Lethbridge and UFV. Loser Spartans dropped to the fifth position with nine games lost. They share it with Regina and UNBC. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
TWU: T.Jackson 36+9reb+2ast, T.Linttell 13+10reb+1ast, M.Perrin 12+5reb+1ast, T.Smith 9+7ast, D.McDonald 8+4reb, J.Bakuteka 7+2reb+1ast
Calgary: J.Ogungbemi-Jackson 28+7reb+8ast, T.Moses 20+10reb+2ast, J.Owen-Thomas 11+3reb, D.Karch 10+6reb+1ast, M.Letkeman 8+4reb, J.Gill 7+1reb+2ast
gschID: 190579


Mount Royal - Winnipeg 71-75

No shocking result in a game in Calgary, AB where third ranked Wesmen (11-4) won against 7th ranked Mount Royal (2-11) 75-71 on Saturday. The guests trailed by 20 points after three quarters before their 35-11 charge, which allowed them to win the game. American forward Benny Iko (198) had a double-double by scoring 16 points and 15 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and guard Andrew Cunningham (186, college: Redlands CC) chipped in 12 points and 6 assists during the contest. Four Wesmen players scored in double figures. At the losing side Nigerian forward Olawafemi Ogun (195) responded with 18 points and 7 rebounds and point guard Awet Abraha (183) scored 11 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists. Both coaches used bench players in such tough game. Wesmen have a solid three-game winning streak. They moved-up to second place. Mount Royal lost eighth consecutive game. They keep the seventh position with 11 games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Mount Royal: O.Ogun 18+7reb+1ast, N.Loewen 14+7reb, A.Abraha 11+9reb+5ast, M.Akwl 8+2reb+2ast, D.Awak 8+13reb+2ast, A.Callaghan 5+1ast
Winnipeg: B.Iko 16+15reb, T.Krahn 15+2reb+1ast, S.Wesley 12+7reb+1ast, A.Cunningham 12+4reb+6ast, J.Clennon 8+5reb+2ast, D.Brown 4+4reb
gschID: 190578


McGill - UQAM 68-42

The game had a very big importance for second-ranked Redmen as it allowed them to take a leadership position. Redmen smashed 4th ranked Citadines in Montreal, QC 68-42. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Citadines. The game was mostly controlled by Redmen. Citadines was better in fourth quarter 11-6. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated on the defensive end, holding Citadines to just 5 points in first quarter. Redmen dominated down low during the game scoring 40 of its points in the paint compared to Citadines' 20. Redmen forced 21 Citadines turnovers. American guard Adrian Hynes-Guery (190, college: Amer.Internat.) notched 11 points and 5 assists to lead the effort and Serbian forward Aleksandar Mitrovic (198) supported him with 14 points and 4 steals. Even 9 points and 7 rebounds by guard Richard Kwaku Addai (183-88) did not help to save the game for Citadines. Forward Philippe Tamba added 7 points and 6 rebounds for lost side. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Redmen have a solid three-game winning streak. As mentioned above they took over a top position. Citadines at the other side keep the fourth place with six games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UQAM: R.Kwaku Addai 9+7reb+2ast, A.Bernard 8+4reb, P.Tamba 7+6reb, V.Lanctot-Fortier 5+2reb, N.Audet 4+2reb, M.Bazile 4+5reb
McGill: A.Mitrovic 14+1reb+1ast, S.Bibeau 11+1reb+2ast, A.Hynes-Guery 11+3reb+5ast, D.Clark 9+3reb, V.Dufort 6+4reb, C.McCue 5+1ast
gschID: 190577


Carleton - Queen''s 104-63

Rather expected game in Ottawa, ON where one of their biggest challengers Golden Gaels (9-5) were crushed by first ranked Ravens (12-1) 104-63 on Saturday. The game without a history. Ravens led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 21 assists. Guard guard Clinton Springer-Williams (193) (193) scored 25 points and 5 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and the former international guard the former international guard Philip Scrubb (190-92) (190-92) chipped in 20 points and 5 assists during the contest. Ravens' coach Dave Smart felt very confident that he used entire bench and allowed the starting five to rest. At the losing side guard guard Clinton Springer-Williams (193) (193) responded with 25 points and 5 rebounds and the former international guard the former international guard Philip Scrubb (190-92) (190-92) scored 20 points and 5 assists. Ravens have an impressive 12-game winning streak. They maintain first position with 12-1 record. Loser Golden Gaels dropped to the second place with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
gschID: 190576


Laurentian - Toronto Univ. 98-78

Rather predictable result in Sudbury, ON where fifth ranked Voyageurs (7-6) smashed 7th ranked Blues (2-11) 98-78 on Saturday. The hosts trailed by 1 point at the halftime before their 64-43 charge in the second half, which allowed them to win the game. Voyageurs made 22-of-29 free shots (75.9 percent) during the game. Swingman Georges Serresse (191) had a double-double by scoring 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and guard Manny Pasquale (183) chipped in 26 points and 4 assists during the contest. Five Voyageurs players scored in double figures. At the losing side naturalized Greek guard Alex Hill (196-90, college: Cornell) responded with a double-double by scoring 31 points and 11 rebounds and guard Arun Kumar (183) scored 25 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists. Both coaches used bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Voyageurs moved-up to third place, which they share with McMaster. Blues lost ninth consecutive game. They keep the seventh position with 11 games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Toronto Univ.: A.Hill 31+11reb+2ast, A.Kumar 25+5reb+4ast, D.Laurin 5+10reb, D.Churchill 5+3reb, B.Garvin 4+2reb+1ast, N.Irvine 3+5reb
Laurentian: M.Pasquale 26+3reb+4ast, G.Serresse 25+12reb+1ast, A.Ratte 15+4reb+6ast, J.Budd 13+5reb+2ast, T.Carter-Newman 11+8reb, R.Bennett 3+1reb
gschID: 190575


York - Ryerson 69-79

Another interesting game was a derby match between two local teams from Toronto, ON: Rams (#3) and Lions (#6). Lions were defeated at home 69-79 and even the fact of playing on their own court did not help. The game was mostly controlled by Rams. Lions was better in third quarter 22-16. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated down low during the game scoring 52 of its points in the paint compared to Lions' 32. Rams forced 20 Lions turnovers. Guard Aaron Best (193) had a double-double by scoring 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and the former international point guard Jahmal Jones (183-91) chipped in 18 points and 8 rebounds during the contest. Rams' coach Roy Rana allowed to play the deep bench players saving starting five for next games. At the losing side guard Raheem Isaac (190) responded with 21 points and forward Aaron Rados (198) produced a double-double by scoring 12 points and 13 rebounds. Four Lions players scored in double figures. Rams (11-2) moved-up to second place, which they share with Ottawa. Loser Lions dropped to the fourth position with eight games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
York: R.Isaac 21+4reb+1ast, A.Rados 12+13reb, D.Tyndale 11+6reb+7ast, N.Tufegdzich 10+6reb+2ast, M.Ziobrowski 9+5reb+1ast, T.Rutty 6+6reb+1ast
Ryerson: A.Best 24+10reb+1ast, J.Jones 18+8reb+3ast, B.Michaelsen 12+5reb+1ast, J.Ogunnaike-Grannum 9+4reb, J.Gauthier 8+3reb+1ast, N.Stankovic 3+5reb+1ast
gschID: 190574


Western - Lakehead 52-90

Not a big story in a game in London, ON where 8th ranked Mustangs (1-12) were rolled over by second ranked Thunderwolves (8-5) 90-52 on Saturday. Thunderwolves forced 21 Mustangs turnovers. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 24 assists. Forward Matthew Schmidt (198-89) scored 27 points and 4 steals (on 9-of-10 shooting from the field) to lead the charge for the winners and guard Greg Carter (178-90) chipped in 14 points and 5 assists during the contest. Four Thunderwolves players scored in double figures. At the losing side forward Greg Morrow (190) responded with 16 points and 6 rebounds and guard Quinn Henderson (193) scored 8 points and 6 rebounds. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Thunderwolves maintains second position with 8-5 record having four points less than leader McGill. Mustangs lost eighth consecutive game. They keep the eighth place with 12 games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Western: G.Morrow 16+6reb+3ast, C.Drouin 10, Q.Henderson 8+6reb+3ast, R.Higgins 7+2reb+1ast, E.Dooley 7+3reb+2ast, P.Scholtes 2+4reb+2ast
Lakehead: M.Schmidt 27+3reb, G.Carter 14+3reb+5ast, J.Jones 13+5reb+2ast, D.Harvey 10+1reb+10ast, Y.Salhia 6+6reb+1ast, J.Hart 5+6reb+2ast
gschID: 190573


New Brunsw. - UPEI 81-93

Everything went according to plan in Fredericton, NB where third ranked Panthers (8-2) beat 5th ranked Varsity Reds (4-7) 93-81 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Panthers. Varsity Reds was better in fourth quarter 21-17. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Deontay Smith scored 28 points and 9 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and guard Mandrez Downey (175-93) chipped in 29 points during the contest. At the losing side guard William Mc Fee (190) responded with 28 points and forward Jordan Irvine (193) produced a double-double by scoring 13 points, 13 rebounds and 5 assists. Panthers have an impressive five-game winning streak. They moved-up to second place. Loser Varsity Reds 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:
New Brunsw.: W.Mc Fee 28+2reb+1ast, J.Irvine 13+13reb+5ast, M.Daley 12+4reb, M.Matheson 9+6reb+1ast, M.Washburn 9+2reb+4ast, M.Fazzolari 6+3reb
UPEI: M.Downey 29+1reb+1ast, D.Smith 28+9reb+1ast, J.Kendrick 11+7reb+2ast, J.Duke 8+4reb, L.Parker 7+4reb, B.Ofori 7+3reb
gschID: 190572


Memorial - Dalhousie 71-93

There was no surprise in St.John's, NL where bottom-ranked Sea Hawks (0-11) were outplayed by sixth ranked Tigers (4-6) 93-71 on Saturday. The game without a history. Tigers led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They made 26-of-31 free shots (83.9 percent) during the game. Tigers forced 20 Sea Hawks turnovers. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 21 assists. Guard Kashrell Lawrence scored 16 points and 7 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and Jarred Reid chipped in 16 points and 4 assists during the contest. Four Tigers players scored in double figures. At the losing side Noel Moffatt responded with 16 points and 6 rebounds and Vasilije Curcic scored 19 points and 5 rebounds. 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. Tigers moved-up to fifth place. Loser Sea Hawks still closes the standings with 11 games lost. Tigers will have a break next round. Sea Hawks will play again at home against Tigers (#5) in Halifax, NS and hope to get finally their first victory.
Top scorers:
Memorial: V.Curcic 19+5reb+1ast, N.Moffatt 16+6reb+3ast, A.Kisusi 12+1reb+1ast, T.Stanoev 5+1reb+3ast, K.Macneill 5+1ast, C.Gould 5+3reb
Dalhousie: K.Robinson 17+2reb+2ast, K.Lawrence 16+7reb+2ast, J.Reid 16+2reb+4ast, H.Abdullahi 10+3reb+3ast, J.Traboulsi 7+1reb, W.Yengue 7+2reb+1ast
gschID: 190571


Cape Breton - Acadia 93-72

The game between closely ranked teams ended with top-ranked Capers' (11-0) home victory over their biggest opponent Axemen (7-2) 93-72 on Saturday. The game without a history. Capers led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. Capers outrebounded Axemen 48-30 including a 36-21 advantage in defensive rebounds. Forward Arild Geugjes (203) had a double-double by scoring 24 points and 18 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and American guard Jimmy Dorsey (188) chipped in 16 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists and 5 steals during the contest. At the losing side point guard Jonathan Tull (190, college: Cent.Conn.St.) responded with 16 points and 5 rebounds and forward Bradley States (198) scored 7 points and 8 rebounds. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Capers have an impressive 11-game winning streak. They maintain first position with 11-0 record. Loser Axemen dropped to the third place with two games lost. Capers will face again Axemen (#3) in Wolfville, NS in the next round, which may be the game of the day.
Top scorers:
Acadia: J.Tull 16+5reb, S.Smith 13+1reb, T.Scott 10+4reb, S.Stoqua 10+2reb+1ast, A.Simmonds 8+1reb+2ast, B.States 7+8reb
Cape Breton: S.Keith 24+3reb+1ast, A.Geugjes 24+18reb+1ast, J.Dorsey 16+8reb+6ast, S.Mccormick 10+6reb+2ast, C.Kasongo 8+5reb, K.Mayers 4+3reb+4ast
gschID: 190570


Concordia - Bishop''s 82-68

There was a change at the CIS leadership position after last games. Round 22 most important game was a defeat of league's leader Gaiters (5-3). They were defeated by third ranked Stingers (5-3) 82-68 on Saturday night. It was a key game for the second position in the league. The game was mostly controlled by Stingers. Gaiters managed to win fourth quarter 20-10. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Stingers held Gaiters to an opponent 0.0 percent shooting from the field compared to 50.0 percent accuracy of the winners and made 16-of-21 free shots (76.2 percent) during the game, while Gaiters only scored point from the stripe. They outrebounded Gaiters 33-0 including a 25- advantage in defensive rebounds. The former international point guard the former international point guard Kyle Desmarais (188-87, college: Cent.Conn.St.) (188-87, college: Cent.Conn.St.) scored 25 points, 5 assists and 6 steals to lead the charge for the winners and forward forward Evens Laroche (193) (193) chipped in 10 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists during the contest. Stingers' coach used a ten-player rotation which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. At the losing side the former international point guard the former international point guard Kyle Desmarais (188-87, college: Cent.Conn.St.) (188-87, college: Cent.Conn.St.) responded with 25 points, 5 assists and 6 steals and forward forward Evens Laroche (193) (193) scored 10 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Stingers moved-up to second place, which they share with Bishop's. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
gschID: 190569


Guelph - Windsor 77-83

Rather expected game in Guelph, ON where 4th ranked Gryphons (5-8) were defeated by first ranked Lancers (10-3) 83-77 on Saturday. The guests trailed by 1 point at the halftime before their 46-39 charge in the second half, which allowed them to win the game. Lancers dominated down low during the game scoring 58 of its points in the paint compared to Gryphons' 34. The former international forward Lien Phillip (203-89) had a double-double by scoring 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and point guard Enrico Diloreto (185-90) chipped in 20 points during the contest. Four Lancers players scored in double figures. At the losing side guard Michel Clark (185) responded with 17 points and 5 rebounds and guard Zachary Angus (185) scored 11 points and 4 assists. Both coaches used bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Lancers have a solid three-game winning streak. They maintain first position with 10-3 record. Loser Gryphons keep the fourth place with eight games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Guelph: M.Clark 17+5reb+1ast, K.Malcolm 13+2reb+1ast, Z.Angus 11+3reb+4ast, T.Thompson 9+3reb+2ast, A.Haroon 7+6reb, A.Kemp 7+5reb+1ast
Windsor: E.Diloreto 20+4reb+2ast, L.Phillip 17+10reb, J.Collins 14+5reb+5ast, R.Christie 12+6reb, E.Matthews 8+6reb, R.Osuntola 6+1reb
gschID: 190568


Brock - Laurier 70-85

We could consider it a predictable result in the game between close teams in St.Catharines, ON where sixth ranked Golden Hawks (4-9) defeated 5th ranked Badgers (4-9) 85-70 on Saturday. The guests trailed by 9 points after first quarter, but they stormed back and won the game by 15 points. Golden Hawks forced 20 Badgers turnovers. Guard Maxwell Allin (193) scored 15 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals to lead the charge for the winners and guard William Coulthard (188) chipped in 24 points and 5 steals during the contest. Four Golden Hawks players scored in double figures. Golden Hawks' coach Peter Campbell used a ten-player rotation and allowed the starting five to rest. At the losing side forward Mike Luby (213) responded with a double-double by scoring 18 points and 13 rebounds and American guard Jameson Tipping (201, college: W.Kentucky) scored 18 points and 9 rebounds. Golden Hawks moved-up to fifth place, which they share with Brock. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Brock: J.Tipping 18+9reb+2ast, M.Luby 18+13reb+1ast, M.Gibson 14+6reb+1ast, B.Nahimana 7+6reb, C.Smith 6+2reb+1ast, D.Mukendi 4+5reb+5ast
Laurier: W.Coulthard 24+1reb+3ast, M.Allin 15+9reb+5ast, J.Forde 13+10reb+2ast, A.Walters 10+5reb, P.Donnelly 9+5reb+1ast, A.Obano 8
gschID: 190567


Waterloo - McMaster 70-81

Not a big story in a game in Waterloo, ON where 7th ranked Warriors (2-11) were defeated by third ranked Marauders (7-6) 81-70 on Saturday. The guests were tied at the half but managed to speed up in last two quarters eventually winning the game. Marauders forced 21 Warriors turnovers. Center Taylor Black (201) scored 21 points and 9 rebounds to lead the charge for the winners and center Nathan Mccarthy (203) chipped in 13 points during the contest. At the losing side forward Kyrie Coleman responded with 13 points and 6 rebounds and forward Zach Angelini (188-92) scored 10 points and 4 assists. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Warriors' coach tested eleven players, but that didn't help to avoid defeat in this game. Marauders maintains third position with 7-6 record having five points less than leader McGill, which they share with Laurentian. Loser Warriors keep the seventh place with 11 games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Waterloo: K.Coleman 13+6reb+3ast, G.Jaspreet 11+3ast, Z.Angelini 10+2reb+4ast, W.Davis 10+2reb, B.Smith 8+6reb, B.Davis 4+5reb
McMaster: T.Black 21+9reb+3ast, R.Boney 13+2reb+2ast, N.Mccarthy 13+3reb+2ast, A.Redpath 10+3reb+4ast, S.Laws 10+2reb+2ast, J.Rocca 9+7reb+1ast
gschID: 190566


  




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