Little Guys Division Scores

Results of Games Played Tuesday February 19, 2019
 
Tarheels 31 (Troy Dodier 16, Memphis Drew 6, Rogan Steele 2, Elijah Diaz 2, Elliott Smith 2, Cameron Kennelly 2, Parker Hollywood 1); Mustangs 20 (Sacha Wheeler-Dee 10, JJ Jasper Stotz 4, Isaac Lalonde 2, Cade Smith 2, Vaughn Boles 2)
 
 
Wildcats 35 (Colton Irwin 13, Owen Kirby 8, Harrison Nichols 6, Rowan Dwyer 4, Landen Menard 4); Hoosiers 18 (Lucas Kahlen 6, Liam Taylor 4, Nathan Lamothe 4, Jacob Machado 2, Dylan Suarez 2)
 
 
Jayhawks 18 (Kian Azimi 8, Henry Yanovsky-Ball 4, Aiden O’Connor 2, Warren Cook 2, Oliver Bettney 2); Rebels 12 (Grady Bryan 4, Tyler Flake 4, Ayden Hornbeck 2, Coby Mundacruz 2)
 
 
Huskies 28 (Rowan Hicks 12, Cooper McClatchey 4, Nathan Castellerin 4, Reid McCormack 4, Quintan Harris 2, Carson Hicks 2); Wolfpack 22 (Yabo Montalvo 8, Ryan Kyle 6, Austin Walker 4, Howie Moulton 4)
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Graduate Division Scores

Results of Games Played Monday February 18, 2019

Sixers 55 (Dylan Graham 4, Conor Murphy 16, Aiden Kelly 4, Jordan VanDuesen 5, Aiden Christmas 8, Simon Risk 4, Jackson MacNeil 5, Nicholas MacNeil 1, Noah Benoit 2, Griffin Hunt 6); Bulls 35 (Tyreese Tapper 8, Jabin Arbeau 3, Brendan Dalton 2, Angelo Agostino 4, Jack Nelson 2, Sam Serroya 5, Max Gill 10, Jacob Free 1)

 

Celtics 77 (Matthew Sutton 17, Ben Mignault 15, Andrew Almeida 2, Brady Hennigar 10, Sam Harris 3, Graydon Garrett 9, Matthew Mignault 5, Adam Mignault 4, Zack Flake 12); Hawks 61 (Grady McAuley 18, Henry Seymour 9, Delali Afidenyo 17, Hunter Freeman 2, Jacob Freeman 4, Lucas Kirkland 5, Derwin Fernandes 2, Darcy English 4)

 

Heat 67 (Emmitt Irwin 10, Grady Irwin 9, Rowan Lloyd 14, Graydon Garrett 18, Henry Garrett 2, Evan Jarvis 5, Aiden Foulds 2, Harrison Andrew 7); Warriors 43 (Evan Joy 8, Michael Pointer 10, Braeden Mackler 8, Delali Afidenyo 17)

 

 

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Biddy Division Scores

Results of Games Played Monday February 18, 2019
 
Ravens 29 (Elijah Daly 15, Marcus Repetti 6, Luca Repetti 4, Josh Pigion 2, Owen Maloney 2); Grizzlies 28 (Jacob Gilbert 13, Carter Gilbert 6, Nicholas Chalmers 3, Adam Hendry 2, Seth Cox 2, Atley DeMooy 2)
 
Orange 44 (jack Molson 26, Michael Lloyd 8, Brody Carroll 6, Luca Viera 2, Shane Ellerbeck 2); Cavaliers 17 (Eliot Blackwell 11, Will Hanson 2, Aaron Prince 2, Dylan Blackwell 2)
 
Vikings 41 (Jayce Boshart 17, Adam Mignault 12, Grayson Duffey 8, Qosay Al Khalaf 2, Carson Deszpoth 2); Magic 21 (Jeremy Castellarin 6, Emmett Row 6, Dayshawn DaSilva 5, Ryan Badour 3, Mason Irwin 1)
 
Suns 51 (Nathan Hibbert 18, Andrew Gilmour 11, Alexander East 10, Ethan Hope 6, Joseph Kennedy 4, A. J. Carscallen 2); Tarheels 16 (Severin Steele 7, Cole Brunet 4, Noah Kahlen 3, Kyler Salter 2)
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We Are Playing On Family Day

As we head into the weekend we want to remind everyone that we will be playing our season finale games in both the Graduate and Biddy Divisions on Monday night, February 18, as we kick off our last week of the season. Enjoy Family Day and then bring the family along to celebrate another successful season of basketball in the league that Pete built!

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Little Gals Division Scores

Results of Games Played Thursday, February 14, 2019

Rockers 12 (Avery Vivian 6, Libby Thompson 4, Sophia Meneses 2)
Golden Gals 10 (Madison McCauley 4, Cara Tedford 2, Amelia Watt 2, Gracie Reynolds 2)

Rebels 16 (Lydia Burke 6, Brooke Millotte 6, Sydney Hunter 4)
Aztecs 16 (Reese Cuff 8, Leigha Provost 2, Olive Girard 2, Morgan Ferguson 2, Madeline Kerr 2)

Tigers 36 (Amanda Valente 8, Lily Cook 6, Summer Vallier 4, Rae Cantarutti 4, Ashlyn Zuuring 4, Shelby Chase 4, Haley Kehoe 4)
Slammers 13 (Jessie LaPointe 4, Maciee Webb 3, Peyton Cheema 2, Kylah O’Brien 2, Jayla Thompson 2)

Lions 20 (Norah Hogan 10, Marley Heyman 3, Liliana Butler-McLaughlin 2, Faith Duong 2, Korra Feola 2, Alexis Clarke 1)
Monarchs 16 (Erika Oleschuk 4, Anderson Boles 4, Claire Anderson 2, Ember Robinson 2, Addyson Best-Taylor 2, Rylee Drew 2)

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Cancellations

This season we have had more cancellations than we would normally have, and we are often asked “will the games be made up?”. We thought that we should let you know why the answer to that question is no. Each season we need to plan our activities in May so that the gym time at the two schools where we play can be reserved. We have a wonderful relationship with the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, but we are only one of the community groups looking for space in the schools every year. Our schedule is set to run between the Saturday after Labour Day, and to be finished before the March Break. The back end is decided for us through the availability of the hall where our banquet takes place. We book the hall immediately after the banquet this year, and again, even though we are regular “bookers” we are not the only groups using the facility. The date for the Christmas break is chosen to allow the schools where we play time to use and decorate their gyms for their own school events. We schedule for 38 teams in five divisions, and in operating four nights a week there is no “wiggle room” in the schedule to add games. Along with booking the gym time, our insurance covers us only for the facilities and dates specified on the policy. The reason we include that detail is because it has been suggested that we could play the make up games at another school. That is not possible. If we were to include a cancellation week into the schedule to be filled with cancelled games being replayed, we would lose that week from the total number of games played in all divisions. All of us involved as volunteers in the league want you to understand that on game nights we would much rather be in the gym, and we don’t like cancelling games any more than you as players and families like losing the opportunity to be there. We do not have any control over weather conditions, school closures or bomb scares that cancel community use of schools. We have committed that on days where the weather is causing cancellations around the city, we will make the decision to cancel as early in the day as possible so that our volunteers can contact their teams to prevent unnecessary travel. We always agonize over making that decision because we know how important the games are to all of us. Our organizational guideline is to make the call on cancellation by 2 pm, and to post the decision on our web site and through social media, and often we stretch that time in the hope that the forecast will change. We hope this helps you understand what goes in to planning the season every year. The good news is that the long range forecast for next week and the banquet is looking pretty good right now.

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Little Guys Games Cancelled

The following is an announcement from the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board
“Due to forecasted weather, all ALCDSB schools and board sites will be CLOSED, February 12, 2019. As always, we put the safety of our students and staff at the forefront. Parents/guardians CANNOT drop their children off at the school today.” As a result of the school closure all Community Use of Schools activities, including our league games, are also cancelled. Stay safe today everyone.
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Biddy Division Scores

Results of Games Played Monday February 11, 2019

Tarheels 29 (Severin Steele 10, Jacob Girard 8, Noah Kahlen 6, Cole Brunet 3, Kaiden Cox 2); Orange 27 (Jack Molson 13, Luca Viera 4, Eli Griffith 4, Stanton Mallen 2, Jude Whitfield 2, Brody Carroll 2)

Cavaliers 24 (Gavin Wallace 7, Owen Wallace 6, James Webb 6, Ryan Murphy 5); Grizzlies 18 (Dylan Joy 4, Jack Flynn 4, Nicholas Chalmers 4, Jacob Gilbert 2, Carter Gilbert 2, Atley DeMooy 2)

Suns 30 (Andrew Gilmour 16, Nathan Hibbert 10, Ethan Hope 2, Alexander East 2); Magic 26 (Noah Stevens 12, Ryan Badour 6, Emmett Row 4, Kole McNeil 2, Sydney Coates 2)

Vikings 28 (Noah Borges 8, Adam Mignault 8, Grayson Duffey 6, Jayce Boshart 6); Ravens 19 (Elijah Daly 7, Josh Pigion 4, James Bates 3, Marcus Repetti 2, Sasha Payne 2, Owen Maloney 1)

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Graduate Division Scores

Results of Games Played Monday February 11, 2019

Celtics 49 (Ben Mignault 14, Brady Hennigar 10, Gabriel Merjavac 2, Sam Harris 15, Matthew Mignault 4, Adam Mignault 4); Warriors 47 (Evan Joy 15, Evan Warren 2, Osten Mercer 4, Riley Webb 2, Max Dingel 2, Brady Kyle 1, Michael Pointer 14, Adam Mignault 7)

Bulls 55 (Seth Dean 20, Tyreese Tapper 6, Jabin Arbeau 4, Angelo Agostino 4, Bill McIlroy 6, Jack Nelson 2, Sam Serroya 3, Matthew Tenenhouse 2, Max Gill 6, Jacob Free 2); Hawks 48 (Jacob Seymour 16, Delali Afidenyo 16, Lucas Kirkland 6, Derwin Fernandes 2, Keegan Morawiec 1, Darcy English 7)

Sixers 68 (Dylan Graham 12, Conor Murphy 21, Jordan VanDuesen 4, Aiden Christmas 11, Simon Risk 8, Griffin Hunt 12); Heat 59 (Emmitt Irwin 7, Grady Irwin 4, Rowan Lloyd 8, Graydon Garrett 10, Henry Garrett 4, Jack Jarvis 8, Evan Jarvis 14, Kaleb Norman 2, Alexander DeBoer 2)

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Pat Adams To Be Recognized For His Volunteer Work

It was announced this week that our Pat Adams will be recognized for his more than 20 years of volunteering in the Kingston Basketball Community, including his work with us, as part of the Kiwanis Club of Kingston Amateur Athlete Awards Banquet on February 21. I will post the names of the other three builders being recognized, as well as the full list of Amateur Athletes that will be in line for the Gus Marker Trophy in a future post, but for now, CONGRATULATIONS PAT!!

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