Schedule & Results

2011 Final Standing

1. York House
2. Britannia
3. Kitsilano
4. Crofton House School
5. Point Grey
6. St. Patrick’s
7. Prince of Wales
8. Notre Dame



2011 Schedule & Results

J20 York House 75 Prince of Wales 20
Recap: PW entered the game as heavy underdogs vs the number one seed York House Tigers. PW came out strong behind the 3 point shooting of former Yorkie Stephanie Chambers. PW battled hard but found themselves down 18-11 late in the first. At that point, the Tigers took over going on a 22-0 run to lead 42-13 at the half. The Tigers depth and skill was too much as the freely subbing Tigers stretched the lead to 59-13 after 3 quarters. Great contributions from the Tigers bench includes Shayna Slobin’s 8 pts, Natalie Wallace’s 14 pts helped the Tigers take the opening game 75-20.
Leading scorers:
YH:  Alisha Roberts, 18pts.
PW:  Stephanie Chambers, 11pts
Players of the Game:
YH:  Natalie Wallace   PW:  Stephanie Chambers
Britannia 88 Crofton House 49
Recap: The Britannia Bruins came out flying looking to impose their uptempo style on CHS. Despite the flury of fast break points the CHS lineup matched them in the early going but Britannia’s pressure was succesful in building a 24-11 lead. CHS never gave up fighting hard and took advantage of openings and closed the Brit lead to 29-18. Brit’s Becky Fernandez was unstoppable inside in the 2nd quarter as the small CHS lineup had no defensive answer for her. Fernandez led all scorers with 24pts in the first half and Brit headed into halftime up 50-33. CHS faired well missing 2 starters for the game but never could recover. The second half saw Britannia extend the lead to 30 and cruise to a win.
Leading Scorers:
Brit:  Becky Fernandez, 32pts
CHS:  Amanda Cronkite, 13pts
Players of the Game:
Brit:  Becky Fernandez    CHS:  Jasmine Chan
Point Grey 64 St. Patrick’s 35
Recap: Point Grey combined full court pressure to get fast break layups and a patient halfcourt offense frequent substitutions over the first three quarters to build an insurmountable lead. It was 20-9 at the end of the first quarter, 31-12 at the half, and 46-19 at three quarters for Pt. Grey. It was only when Pt. Grey dropped there full court pressure that St. Pat’s was really able to get back in the game.
Leading Scorers:
PG:  Laura Weston 16, Kenzie MacDonald 12, Tanner Batchelor 12
St. Pat’s:  Rachelle Flores 12, J. Clores 8
Players of the game:
PG:  Laura Weston    St. Pat’s:  Rachelle Flores.
Kitsilano 72 Notre Dame 28
Recap: Illness and injury was the major theme in this game. Kitsilano was down to seven players and Notre Dame dressed six reasonably healthy bodies. The coaches agreed to play eight minute quarters in this game with their depleted benches. Notre Dame was challenging in the first quarter until Adrienne Parkin hit two three’s and Toni Li made a tough put back under the hoop and the foul shot that went with it. The score at the half was 33-12 and then Kathryn Baker made two quick layups against man defense and Sarah McBain made a three pointer. In the end the Kitsilano size and outside shooting kept Notre Dame from coming back in the game.
Leading Scorers:
Kits:  Andrea Strujic 18, Toni Li 17, Adrienne Parkin 13
ND:  V. Valdez 14, K. Santos 14
Players of the game:
Kits:  Andrea Strujic    ND:  Vanessa Pizzolon
J21 Prince of Wales 49 St. Patrick’s 66
Recap: St. Pat’s Celtics outscored the Walesman 18-8 in the first quarter and never looked back. Walesmen guard Jasmine St. Pierre delivered some beautiful assists in the fourth quarter while Celtics’ senior Jael Lumba had a strong defensive game and finished with 10 points.
Players of the game:
St. Pat’s:   Jael Lumba    PW:   Jasmine St. Pierre
Crofton House 61 Notre Dame 35
Recap: Crofton Cougars started strong and took a 34-11 lead at half. Vanessa Pizzolon from Notre Dame Jugglers led the team with 12 points, backed by Kathleen Santos with 11. The Cougars demonstrated great teamwork on the floor, with 4 players in double figures. Crofton’s senior guard Stephani Chen played a strong game throughout the quarters and finished with a game high 17 points.
Players of the game:
CH:   Stephanie Chan    ND:   Kathleen Santos
York House 69 Point Grey 43
Recap: In the first semifinal game, the No. 1 seed Tigers take on the Greyhounds in an exciting match. Both teams were head to head at the end the first quarter with the Tigers leading only by 3. York House guard Alisha Roberts led the Tigers on a 20-7 run in the second quarter and finished the game with 19 points. Kenzie Macdonald from Point Grey also finished in double digits with team-high 11 points.
Players of the game:
YH:   Alisha Roberts    PG:   Kenzie Macdonald
Britannia 90 Kitsilano 51
Recap: This game can be summarized as a game of mini runs by both teams. After a slow start Britannia led 20-11 at first break following a fast paced effort put out by their Point Guard Karen Li and her quick pushes up the court. This led to many early fast break points with strong finishes by Jennifer Carpio and Jilliane Vina. The second quarter also started with mini 10-0 and 8-0 runs by both teams which led to a 40-21 halftime lead for Brit. The third quarter also started strong for Britannia with a 10-4 run followed by a 10-0 run for Kits. Toni Li and Adrienne Parkin led the way in scoring for Kitsilano and tried to keep things competitive but the overall speed and strong finishes by Britannia could not be matched by Kitsilano. The fourth quarter also started with a 18-4 run by Britannia which ended any hope of a comeback by Kitsilano.
Players of the game:
Brit:   Karen Li    Kits:   Toni Li
J22 Prince of Wales 49 Notre Dame 43
Recap: PW and Notre Dame came out flying, with quick runs down the floor. Unfortunately, both teams missed layups and easy chippies inside. PW Steph Chambers, #4 opened the scoring 2 minutes into the game with a 3 pointer. Both teams exchanged points, by half time it was 25 – 17 with the Walesman leading. Heading into the second half, Notre Dame came out with a full court press, closing the gap and bringing the score by the end of the 3rd quarter to a 1 point game, 36 – 35. PW held on to win over a short benched Notre Dame team.
Players of the game:
PW:   Hannah Kingwell    ND:   Meghan Zafaralla
St. Patrick’s 38 Crofton House 65
Recap: CHS came out strong with a 6 – 0 run against the Celtics. Their shooting and half-court offense led them into the half up by 15 points, 29 -24. CHS with their quick passes and hot hands extended their lead to 30 points in the 2nd half, cruising to a 65 – 38 win. They were led by #12 Joanna Tung with a game high 27 points. For the Celtics #9 Julie Clores with 13 points.
Players of the game:
CHS:   Joanna Tung    St. Pat’s:   Julie Clores
Point Grey 28 Kitsilano 71
Recap: The Point Grey Greyhounds and Kitsilano Blue Demons battled hard for a third place finish. The Greyhounds started off the game leading 3-0, however the Blue Demons came right back taking a 14-5 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Greyhound’s consistent teamwork and athleticism kept them in the game at the half, however Kitsilano’s pressure combined with their inside and outside game was too much for the Greyhounds. Kitsilano had solid point play from grade 10 guard Sarah McBain, who hit three 3’s from beyond the arc. Adrienne Parkin led the Blue Demons to a 71-28 win over the Greyhounds. Great effort by both Vancouver teams who will meet again on February 1st.
Players of the game:
Kits:   Sarah McBain    PG:   Tanner Batchelor
York House 72 Britannia 42
Recap: Like a heavyweight fight these two Top 10 AA teams battled hard and early. Britannia threw the early punches by jumping out to a 14-11 lead after the first quarter but York House countered with a strong second quarter and took a 27-20 advantage into halftime. York House continued to build their lead in the third with good half court execution and strong aggressive defence and built their lead to 52-36 at the end of the third. The 4th quarter started with a 8-0 run for York House in the first 4 minutes and it built an insurmountable lead and cruised to a 72-42 victory. It was a great game to cap off an excellent tournament.
Players of the game:
YH:   #23 Laura Baker    Brit:   #23 Jilliane Vina