Posted on January 23rd, 2020

2020 Day 2 Summaries

JUNIOR GIRLS

Consolation Round, Game 5
Britannia 34 – 51 York House
The Britannia Bruins got off to a strong start leading the first quarter 12-5. The York House Tigers charged back and took the lead in the second quarter 25-16. The Tigers were lead by their forward Jordan Wyder scoring a game high of 24 pts. The Tigers maintained the lead and came out with the win over the Bruins.

– Nicholas Lo (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
# Anita Luong (Britannia)
#Jordan Wyder (York House)

TOP SCORERS
Britannia: #Anita Luong, 11 pts
York House: #Jordan Wyder, 24 pts

Consolation Round, Game 6
John Oliver 34 – 39 Killarney

The Killarney Cougars and the John Oliver Jokers were battling head to head throughout the game. By the 3 rd quarter the Cougars and Jokers were tied 24-24. The Cougars were lead by their guard Estalla Hurtado scoring a game high of 18 pts. The game came down to the wire with the Cougars holding on to the lead for the win.

– Nicholas Lo (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
#Jenalyn Manuel (John Oliver)
#Estella Hurtado (Killarney)

TOP SCORERS
John Oliver: # Jenalyn Manuel, 13 pts
Killarney:  # Estella Hurtado, 18 pts

Semifinal, Game 7
Churchill 61 – 23 Eric Hamber

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
# (Churchill)
# (Eric Hamber)

TOP SCORERS
Churchill: # – pts
Eric Hamber: # – pts

Semifinal, Game 8
Crofton House 29
 – 30 St. Patrick’s

With both teams evenly matched, it was a low scoring game going back and forth. Crofton had the height advantage, however, St. Pat’s pulled ahead within the last 2 minutes and led by 4pts. Crofton nailed a last minute three pointer but fell just short of a very exciting game.

-Ron Suzuki (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
# Mariella Palma (Crofton House)
# Kirsten Alojado (St. Patrick’s)

TOP SCORERS
Crofton House: # Mariella Palma – pts
St. Patrick’s: #Adriana Bellia – pts

SENIOR GIRLS

Consolation Round, Game 5
Churchill 37 – 60 John Oliver

Day 2 of the VGBA tournament opened with the Churchill Bulldogs facing off with the John Oliver Jokers. The bulldogs came out calm gaining an 11-4 lead in the first half of the quarter. However the Jokers wouldn’t be fazed, and steadily hacked away at the lead, ending the quarter SWC 17- JO 15. The second quarter opened with the teams trading baskets back and forth, and ended with the Jokers slowly pulling to a 31-27 lead. The Jokers came out of halftime strong and with a new found zeal, relentlessly attacking and finished the quarter ahead 49-31. They didn’t let up in the 4th quarter, ending the game JO 60- SWC 37.

 

– Eloise Faehndrich  (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
#13 Kate Teasdale  (Churchill)
#1 Kaila Fong  (John Oliver)

TOP SCORERS
Churchill: # –  pts
John Oliver: # – pts

Consolation Round, Game 6
Point Grey 36 – 46 Lord Byng

 

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
# (Point Grey)
# (Lord Byng)

TOP SCORERS
Point Grey:  # – pts
Lord Byng:  # – pts

Semifinal, Game 7
Britannia 84 – 40 Notre Dame

It was a very fast paced game right from the start through til the end. However, Britannia’s tenacious and strong full court press dominated the 2nd quarter allowing them to pull ahead. Notre Dame came out strong in the second half but their efforts were not strong enough to stay with Brittania.

– Carly Dhanda  (Game Director)

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
#5 Shemaiah Abatayo (Britannia)
#5 Bernadet Leda (Notre Dame)

TOP SCORERS
Britannia:#7 Surprise Munie, 34 points
Notre Dame:#5 Bernadet Leda, 18 points

Semifinal, Game 8
York House 60 – 21 St. Patrick’s

The Tigers started off strong, dominating both in the key and outside the perimeter. Nadeen Wu (Tigers) put on a 3-point clinic, sinking in 4 3s in the first 10 minutes of play, earning POG. Despite being down 19-5 after the 1st quarter, the Celtics continued to play aggressively. Adjusting to zone defense, the Celtics were able to get some key defensive stops. Julienne Locsin (Celtics) earned POG for displaying great hustle, coming up with a few big steals. With the final score of 56-21 in the semi-final game, the York House Tigers will be advancing to the Finals facing the powerhouse, Britannia Bruins.

– Alexa Leynes (Game Director)

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
#9 Nadeen Wu (York House)
#5 Julienne Locsin (St. Patrick’s)

TOP SCORERS
York House: # – pts
St.Patrick’s: # – pts