Posted on January 23rd, 2020

2020 Day 1 Summaries

JUNIOR GIRLS

First Round, Game 1
Churchill 61 – 25 Britannia

The Churchill Bulldogs were off to a terrific start with their high paced tempo and strong defense. The Bulldogs’ point guard Claire Huang was red hot scoring and make plays for her team. The Britannia Bruins played with great hustle throughout the game but were unable to keep up with the Bulldogs.

– Nicholas Lo (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
# Claire Huang (Churchill)
# Alivia Nadrazsky (Britannia)

TOP SCORERS
Churchill Bulldogs: # Marah Dykstra, 18 pts
Britannia Bruins: # Alivia Nadrazsky, 6 pts

First Round, Game 2
York House 27 – 35 Eric Hamber

 – David Prissinotti (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
# Amaya Hrbinic (Eric Hamber)
#11 Elliana Robinson (York House)

TOP SCORERS
Eric Hamber: #
York House: #

First Round, Game 3
Crofton House 50 – 31 John Oliver

Both teams were head to head in the first half, battling hard for every loose ball. The Crofton House Falcons took a 12 point lead in the fourth quarter and had some quick break aways that the John Oliver Jokers could not stop. Despite the outcome, both teams fought hard and showed determination.

-Hardeep Sahota (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
#11 Mariella Palma (Crofton House)
#4 Alyssa Villa (John Oliver)

TOP SCORERS
Crofton House: #11 Mariella Palma, 22 pts
John Oliver: #4 Alyssa Villa & #10 Donna Pimentel each with 10 pts

First Round, Game 4
Killarney 50 – 32 St. Patrick’s

St. Pat’s superior ball handling skills and depth were too much for Killarney and the game was never really close. Killarney played hard until the very end and never stopped smiling.

– David Douglas  (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
#11 Arija Lum (Killarney)
#5 Ira Santos (St.Pat’s)

TOP SCORERS
Killarney:  # Angeleah Valeriano, 13 pts
St.Pat’s:  # Victoria Lacsamana, 11 pts

SENIOR GIRLS

First Round, Game 1
Brittania 93 – 57 Churchill

The Britannia Bruins came out blazing hot and lead the 1 st quarter 28-9. The Bruins were lead by Surprise Munie’s 30 pts who were in control the entire game. The Churchill Bulldogs fought back but despite their efforts the Bruins were went on to win the game.

– Nicholas Lo (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
# Surprise Munie (Britannia)
# Elizabeth Jefferson (Churchill)

TOP SCORERS
Britannia Bruins: # Surprise Munie, 30 pts
Churchill Bulldogs: # Elizabeth Jefferson, 21 pts

First Round, Game 2
Notre Dame 68 – 61 John Oliver

The Notre Dame Jugglers dominated the first half of game. However, the John Oliver Jokers cut the lead by six in the fourth quarter and continued to close the gap. Ultimately, Notre Dame was too strong in the last two minutes and won the hand by seven points. Great effort by both teams.

– Hardeep Sahota (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
#12 Isabella Chirico (Notre Dame)
#7 Queenie Salazar (John Oliver)

TOP SCORERS
Notre Dame:  #12 Isabella Chirico, 17 pts
John Oliver:  #7 Queenie Salazar, 17 pts

First Round, Game 3
York House 74 – 25 Point Grey

– David Prissinotti  (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
#2 Rain Thomas (York House)
#5 Ella Hyland (Point Grey)

TOP SCORERS
York House:  # –  pts
Point Grey:  # – pts

First Round, Game 4

Lord Byng 59 – 70 St.Patrick’s
Close game at half with LB in front 36-31. At times it looked like Lord Byng was going run away with it but St.Pat’s worked hard and stayed close.

LB came out flat in the 3rd quarter and the feisty St.Pat’s got hot and outscored LB 21 – 1 in the quarter. LB seemed uncomfortable in the small gym  against a very tenacious full court press and never mounted a challenge in the 4th quarter.

– David Douglas (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
#4 Maggie Mackay (Lord Byng)
#2 Rochelle Canlas (St. Patrick)

TOP SCORERS

Lord Byng:  # Engy Meseha and # Juliette Kladko each with 20 pts
St.Patrick:  # Rochelle Canlas, 20 points