Here are the results from day #2 of the 2014 JD Irving Riverboat Classic
Game #5 (Women): KVHS 82 – Woodstock 69
Jen McTague (KVHS) 22 pts
Abby MacDonald (KVHS) 20 pts
Deidre Alexander (WHS) 18 pts
Kyla Carr (WHS) 17 pts
Game #6 (Women): Rothesay 63 – Saint John 43
Molly Gulliver (RHS) 19 pts
Meghan Flood (RHS) 18 pts
Danielle French (SJHS) 9 pts
Megan Stewart (SJHS) 8pts
Game #7 (Men): Leo Hayes 90 – Cobequid 68
Jared Stafford (LHHS) 21 pts
Mitch Claybourne (LHHS) 18 pts
Ethan Green (CEC) 16 pts
Nick Scissons (CEC) 12 pts
Game #8 (Men): Fredericton 97 – Park View 48
Val Nelson (FHS) 25 pts
Sawyer Eddy (FHS) 22 pts
Jake Langille (PVHS) 13 pts
Matt Mitchell (PVHS) 11 pts
Game #9 (Women): Fredericton 88 – Saint John 44
Grace Simpson (FHS) 17 pts
Sarah McGeachy (FHS) 12 pts
Kathryn Magee (SJHS) 13 pts
Megan Stewart (SJHS) 10 pts
Game #10 (Women): Woodstock 84 – Leo Hayes 74
Kyla Carr (WHS) 24 pts
Deidre Alexander (WHS) 13 pts
Sara Ripley (LHHS) 14 pts
Hayley Burlock (LHHS) 13 pts
Game #11 (Men): KVHS 88 – Cobequid 74
Jack Tilley (KVHS) 35 pts
Brad Sanford (KVHS) 18 pts
Chris Fitzgerald (CEC) 24 pts
Ethan Green (CEC) 15 pts
Game #12 (Men): Park View 74 – Saint John 72
Jake Langille (PVHS) 25 pts
Matt Mitchell (PVHS) 13 pts
DevonRector (SJHS) 21 pts
Corey Kingston (SJHS) 11 pts
Matt Brown (SJHS) 11 pts
Play resumes Saturday morning at 9:00 with the women’s crossovers; KVHS versus Rothesay and Fredericton versus Woodstock.
Followed by the men’s crossovers at 11:00; KVHS versus Park View and Fredericton versus Leo Hayes.
Here are the results from day #1 of the 2014 JD Irving Riverboat Classic
Game #1 (Women): KVHS 80 – Leo Hayes 43
Jen McTague (KVHS) 26 pts
Abby MacDonald (KVHS) 20 pts
Kelsey Simon (LHHS) 10 pts
Sarah Ripley (LHHS) 8 pts
POG: Jen McTague (KVHS) & Kelsey Simon (LHHS)
Game #2 (Women): Fredericton 60 – Rothesay 39
Alyson Colpitts (FHS) 12 pts
Eva Tumwine (FHS) 12 pts
Molly Gulliver (RHS) 12 pts
Game #3 (Men) KVHS 95 – Leo Hayes 88
Ben Tait (KVHS) 23 pts
Jack Tilley (KVHS) 19 pts
Jake Urquhart (LHHS) 29 pts
Leyu Titarehko (LHHS) 17 pts
POG: Jack Tilley (KVHS) & Jared Stafford (LHHS)
Game #4 (Men): Fredericton 116 – Saint John 60
Val Nelson (FHS) 17 pts
Thane Dobson (SJHS) 13 pts
Play resumes today at 1:00 pm when the lady Crusaders take on Woodstock and Saint John High ladies take the court against Rothesay.
My apologies to everyone who showed up to KVHS last night to watch our girls team play at 6:00 pm. The link on the right should now provide the latest version or use this link…Riverboat Tournament Schedule.
Planning for the 2013 Riverboat tournament is well under way. The date for the 2013 Riverboat tournament is set for January 10-12 (Thu-Sat), 2013. So far three teams for the men’s draw have been confirmed.
- Leo Hayes Lions
The 2011-2012 Lions were a young team that were supposed in a rebuilding phase. It would seem, however, that someone forgot to tell coach Hickey and his players that they were not suppose to be winning games. With every player returning for the 2012-2013 season, the Lions will once again be one of the tops contenders for the provincial title and will undoubtedly play with the intensity coach Hickey’s team are known for.
- Fredericton High Black Kats
The 2012-2013 Black Kats will be led by new head coach Mike King. The defending AAA champions, and winners of 3 of the last 4 provincial titles will once again field a title contending team bolstered by the junior class coming off back-to-back undefeated championship seasons at the JV level. Look for the Black Kats to field with a big, strong, athletic team.
- St. Stephen Spartans
The defending AA champs return 10 players, including all 5 starters for the 2012-2013 season. The Spartans are not only the leading contenders for the AA title once again, but are widely considered one of the top teams in the province regardless of division. Coach Taylor’s troops play an exciting brand of basketball that includes strong post play, excellent long range shooters and dynamic points guards who keep constant pressure on the opposition.
Invitations are out to several out of province teams as well. Hopefully we’ll be able to around out the field in the next couple of weeks.