Sunday, 3 December 2006

More Saturday Scores: Canada West & Quebec

UBC 78 Vic 73

Veteran guard Casey Archibald had 27 of his game-high 33 points after halftime and #2 UBC Thunderbirds used a stifling defence to edge #3 UVic Vikes 78-73 in a battled of the 2 remaining undefeated teams in Canada West at War Memorial Gym in Vancouver on Saturday night in front of 1,600 fans.

UBC UVic Game Report from Victoria Times Colonist

UBC UVic Game Report from The Province

UBC Site Report

Stats Crew Box Score

Trinity Western 95 UCFV 87 (Trinity sweeps both weekend games)

Trinity Western Site report

Brandon 74 Winnipeg 69

Adam Hartman had a 25-point, 10-rebound double/double and Dany Charlery added 21 points and 9 rebounds as the Bobcats maintained their lead atop Canada West Great Plains conference with a victory at Winnipeg in front of 1,250 fans. Erfan Nasajpour had 21 points, 11 assists, 5 rebounds and 5 steals for the Wesmen while Ivan Saric added 18 points and 14 rebounds. Winnipeg was only 1-12 from three point land in the loss.

Box Score

Manitoba 93 Regina 92

If it appeared darker in the U of M gym last night, it's probably due to the shooting as the teams combined to go 24-43 (56%) from 3 point land, shooting the lights out of you will, and the Cougars almost came back from a 17 point halftime deficit. The Bisons prevailed led by Isaac Ansah's 21 points, 9 assists and 4 rebounds and Darcy Coss's 25 points (including 6-11's) and 6 rebounds. The Cougars shot their way back into the game on the backs of Paul Schubach, who went 5-7 from 3 as part of his 27 point effort and Jeff Lukomski (23 points on 6-8 from downtown).

Box Score

Alberta 87 Lethbridge 77

Veteran Alex Steele had 22 points and 6 assists as Alberta built a 15 point halftime lead and held on to defeat Lethbridge in front of 750 fans in Edmonton.

Box Score

In other games, Saskatchewan defeated Calgary 77-71

Box Score

Simon Fraser defeated Thompson Rivers 84-67

Box Score

In the Quebec League, Concordia knocked off Bishop's 78-69

Stingers site report

Montreal Gazette Report

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