Saturday, 13 November 2010

OUA Interlocking Games

McMaster 79, York 62  The Marauders took an early lead and built on it, easily defeating the Lions by dominating the glass including 26 offensive rebounds.  6'5" Scott Laws bounced back from a foul-plagued game on Friday night with 22 points while freshman Taylor Black had 17 points 13 rebounds including 8 on the offensive glass.  Mac also took care of the ball with only 7 turnovers on the evening.  The Lions turned it over 24 times and got 13 points, 15 rebounds and 6 assists from 6'10" Dejan Kravic and 17 points from Ostap Chioly.  5'10" guard David Tyndale struggled going 5 for 18 from the floor with 6 turnovers.

Carleton 94, Waterloo 78  The Ravens played a solid road game, taking a 12 point halftime lead behind 23 points from 6'5" Tyson Hinz and 19 from freshman Phil Scrubb.  Carleton took care of the ball (only 9 turnovers) and made their free throws (81.5%) while shooting a tidy 51% overall from the floor.  6'3" Cam McIntyre did his best to keep the Warriors close with a game-high 27 points including 5-9 3's.

Toronto 92, Western 64  Shooting a blistering 14 for 30 from downtown and 55% overall from the field, the Blues hammered the Mustangs on their home court.  Western shot only 29% for the game and turned it over 24 times.  Up 7 at halftime, the Blues outscored Western 49-28 in the second half to pull away.  6'5" Alex Hill led all scorers with 25 points while 6'7" Drazen Glizic had 19 points and 10 rebounds.  Toronto's pair of unheralded shooting guards Arun Kumar and Justin Holmes combined to go 8 for 14 from downtown in a tremendous shooting effort by the Blues.

Brock 81, Queen's 72   6'1" Andrew Kraus again led the way with 22 points for the Badgers as they held off a Gael comeback attempt to win their third in 4 league games.  Dan Bannister had 20 of his team-high 22 points after halftime for the Gaels, who got it back to 7 late in the game but could not get any closer.

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