I am travelling so tonight's report will be a summary precursor to tomorrow a.m when I have better access... To some it was a shocker in sydney as the capers hammered the offensive glass, pulling away late to stun previously unbeaten st.fx 102-88? (Going by memory). Jimmy dorsey had 23 but only 11 after the first 12 minutes but cape breton's pair of young bigs 6'7" native of denmark and 6'6" Lufile from Burlington had their way with second chances.... Saint mary's continued their winning ways, founded in their recommitment to stopping people in an important 70-61 road win at Acadia. While torrey fassett had his usual stong contribution 21 points, 7 rebounds Huskies two bigs Iain Robertson and Riley Halpin were instrumental in the win with Halpin grabbing several big rebounds and swatting at least two shots away late. Owen Klassen finished with only 12 points and 7 rebounds with 5 turnovers. SMU meets x-town rivals Dal on Saturday. Freshman adam presutti had 15 of mac's first 23 points and the game turned on a Brock T midway thru the second as the Marauders kept sole possession of third in the conference. With mac up 5 badgers took a T which catalyzed a 9-0 run for mac which took leads as large as 25 before winning by 12. Victor raso had 29 (career-high?) Unofficially for Marauders.... Guelph had their way inside and pulled away in the second and third to hammer western in london 82-66. Gryphs had 17 o boards against a depleted western front line while dan mccarthy led the way with 23, kareem malcol 21 and Zac Angus 16 in his first game vs mustangs since transfering after his freshman season... Makings of an upset in windsor as waterloo led by streaky cam mcintyre with several 3's led late in the third. But windsor recovered and the warriors live by the 3 approach didn't last as the lancers pulled away to win by 10. Enrico diloreto dnp for windsor.
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