Friday, 8 October 2010

Other Scores

**Late note:  Laval, playing with J.F. Beaulieu-Mahieux, defeats CEGEP Limoilou 81-52 with JP Renaud scoring 17 pts, Richard Addai 15 pts, Jerome Turcotte 13 pts and Etienne Labrecque 10 pts... UBC came from behind late in the second quarter amid several Laurier turnovers and then put the game way in the third to lead by as many as 18 in defeating the Golden Hawks 88-75 in Waterloo... In a score that resembles an old ABA game from the 70's, the U of T Varsity Blues defeated the Guelph Phoenix Men's team 119-110; Phoenix featured several ex-CIS players including Rhadi Knapp (Guelph/Laurier), Jay Mott (Guelph) and Kyle Julius (Guelph) plus touted high school point guard phenom Kevin Pangos  **UPDATE:  This game went in overtime after Pangos hit a three at the buzzer to tie it in regulation and the Blues took over to win by 9 in the extra frame in what was an offensive thriller; no confirmation that Doug Moe, was coaching on either bench... Lakehead defeats UNB 80-62; here is the game report from Lakehead SID... The Lakehead Thunderwolves started off their east coast swing with a convincing 80-62 win over the host squad UNB Varsity Reds. Lakehead won the first three quarters before splitting the final frame to close-out an at-times sloppy contest.  The Thunderwolves bench carried the scoring load with Brendan King and Cam Hornby each notching 15 points off the bench on 8-13 combined shooting performance from 3pt land. Hornby was named "Player of the Game" and joined King as the only Thunderwolves in double figures.  Yoosrie Salhia chipped in with 9 points, 8 rebounds. Venzal Russell led the team with 10 rebounds and added 7 points including a 3pt shot to open the 2nd half when UNB went to a possession of 2-3 Zone defence.  Key team stats included Lakehead holding a 42-28 advantage on the boards (11-8 O boards) and shooting 16-39 from 3pt land to UNB's 2-9.  Tomorrow Lakehead tips-off against University of Cape Breton Capers in a rematch of last March's CIS consolation game in Ottawa. Cape Breton lost by 3 points in today's other men's match-up at the hands of St. F.X.... Queen's 75, Bishop's 68 in OT  6'5" Bernard Burgesson (Port Hawkesbury, N.S.) led the Gaels with 23 points, including 50% shooting from three point land.  The Gaels led 35-30 at halftime, primarily by forcing Bishop's to commit 14 tournovers. The Gaiter's Oraine Green (Toronto, Ont.) had 11 first half points, finishing the game with a team-high 21 points. Chris East (Toronto, Ont.) finished the game with a game-high 14 rebounds for Bishop's.  The lead changed hands multiple times down the stretch until Queen's, down 63-60 with 41 seconds left, got a desperation 3 by Timothy Boyle (Belleville, Ont.) over the arms of a Gaiter's defender, eventually forcing an overtime period. Boyle finished with nine points and team-high four steals.  The overtime period had the Gaels in control of both the pace and the game, building a lead as big as eight. Dan Bannister (Newmarket, Ont.) scored five of the Gaels' 12 points in the extra frame. Bannister finished with 21 points and seven rebounds, playing a team high 41 minutes... Concordia Stingers defeated Winnipeg Wesmen 85-80 in the first game of the NIKE Invitational in Montreal.  Ryerson Rams met New York Insititute of Technology in the night cap with the winner facing the Stingers in the championship game tomorrow... Still awaiting word on Manitoba at McMaster and others.

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