Sunday, 2 September 2007

One other game from last night we missed

Virginia Tech 88, Windsor 69 The Hokies rode a dominant first half to the victory over the defending OUA West champions. Windsor shot just 7-24 in first half despite several clean looks and could not stop Virginia Techs top two guys: 6'6 and 6'7 guards - Deron Washington and AD Vassallo. According to Lancers Head Coach Chris Oliver "We settled down a little after halftime and won the half but we couldn't overcome 22 turnovers. It was great experience for our team but we're all disappointed with our first half performance. 6'3" newcomer Isaac Kuon led Windsor with 18, while veteran 6'2" Ryan Steer added 17. 6'8" Greg Sumracz had a near double/double with 15 points and 9 boards. Washington and Vassallo each had 20 points, 8 rebounds for the winners, as five players in all reach double figures for the Hokies.
Virginia Tech over Windsor, Western The two teams meet again today at noon.

Also, Neate Sager from Out of Left Field provides his thoughts and observations from the Ottawa vs. Illinois game yesterday including some words of praise for 6'9" Dax Dessureault of the Gee-Gees Dax Effect for the Gee-Gees

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