Sunday, 7 January 2007

Sunday, January 7th, 2007 Game Schedule and Previews

UNB 50 (1-7) at StFX 66 (6-1) After blowing a big lead and then pulling off a late game victory last night against UPEI, the X-Men, again playing at home, had a much easier time, leading by 13 at the half and coasting to an easy victory over the Varsity Reds. All 12 X-Men who dressed saw action and Garry Gallimore led the way with 19 points and 7 rebounds while Tyler Richards added 17. X dominated the glass at both ends, outrebounding UNB 50-29 while grabbing 15 offensive rebounds, led by a second consecutive double double for 6'10" center Neil McDonald (11 points, 11 rebounds). Oliver Glencross had 16 points in the loss. Here is the game report and box score from
UPEI (2-5) 66 at Cape Breton (6-1) 84 The Panthers, coming off a valiant comeback effort last night at X that fell just short, could not bounce back, falling behind early by 13 at the half. The two weekend losses to rival Nelson division teams have sunk the Panthers deeper into fourth and last place in their division. Cape Breton keeps pace with X at the top of the Nelson. Box Score
Memorial (3-5) 63 at Acadia (5-3) 80 Here is the very thorough game report and box score from Acadia's site

Trinity Western (7-7) 68 at UVic 83 (12-1)

Last night's late scores and game reports from Canada West

Manitoba (4-8) 56 at Winnipeg 75 (5-7) In front of another tremendous crowd of 2,000 fans at the Duckworth Center, the Wesmen avenged Thursday's loss across town at U of M by extending a 1 point halftime lead to take a decisive victory. Game Story from Wesmen web site and from Manitoba site PLUS Box Score

Lethbridge (4-8) 78, Saskatchewan (7-5) 70 Lethbridge pulled away late to secure a split of their weekend games in Saskatoon. The Pronghorns had 4 players in double figures and held Andrew Spagrud to only 13 points and 9 rebounds after his 41 point effort on Friday. Read last night's game report from PLUS Box Score

UBC 76, Simon Fraser 67 UBC gets the sweep by winning on the Clan's home court in Burnaby. Guards Chris Dyck and Casey Archibald combined for 32 of the T-Birds 46 second-half points as UBC rallied from a one-point halftime deficit. Read More on the game: story from UBC web site. Also, check out the Box Score

Fraser Valley (3-11) 63, Regina (5-7) 61 In another crazy finish, the Cascades snapped their school-record 16 game losing streak by holding off the Cougars at home. Read More ALSO Box Score

Victoria (11-1) 90, Trinity Western (7-6) 70 Up only 3 at halftime, the Vikes took off in the second half for the decisive win in a game delay by one night because of a leak in the MacKinnon Gym roof. The team's meet again this afternoon. Vikes site game report AND TWU site game report ALSO Box Score

Brandon (9-3) 103 at Thompson Rivers (0-12) 85 Box Score

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