Saturday, 9 October 2010

More results from Saturday

Led by transfer guard Ola Adegboruwa who had 12pts, 12rbs,7assts,5stls. Ryerson took the consolation title at the Concordia NIKE Invitiational by defeating Winnipeg Wesmen 80-65 with Rams freshman Jordon Gauthier garnering a tournament all-star.  Concordia captured the tournament championship with a 73-72 victory over NCAA Division III New York Institute of Technology (NYIT).  NYIT has one more game in Canada, tomorrow afternoon across town at UQAM Citadins... Cam Hornby came off the bench to lead Lakehead to a 98-86 victory over Cape Breton in the early game at the Eric Garland Invitational at UNB.  Hornby led the hot shooting Thunderwolves with 22 points including 5-10 3pt shooting.  The Wolves took an early 14 point lead only to watch CBU bring the game back to within 3 after three quarters.  But another stellar fourth-quarter defensive effort in a big spot, holding the high scoring Capers to only 15 fourth quarter points, was enough to keep the Wolves undefeated and in a position to capture the tournament championship with a victory tomorrow morning over St. FX.  6'5" Ryan Thomson had 15 and 9 rebounds to earn Lakehead's player of the game honors while 6'6" Yoosrie Salhia continues to get back into form after off-season knee surgery with 10 points and 9 boards against a tough Cape Breton front line.  6'4" Phil Nkruma led the Capers with 22 points and 10 rebounds while 6'4" Paris Carter added 20 and 6 but shot only 4-18 from the field. Lakehead was able to hold Cape Breton's back court to 9-32 FG shooting which proved to be a factor down the stretch... In the nightcap, X remained undefeated by hammering the host Varsity Reds 92-68... At the Golden Bear Invitational in Edmonton, defending CIS Nationals champions Saskatchewan Huskies came from behind in the fourth quarter to drop host Alberta 69-63.  Down 8 at halftime after the Golden Bears held Sask to only 3 second quarter points, Bears Andrew Ferguson and Rob Dewar (who led Alberta with 12 points) had to sit due to foul trouble and the Huskies made their run, outscoring Alberta 26-14 in the final quarter.  Game Report

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