15U & 17U MEN’S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS FINAL DAY RECAP

15U MEN

Saskatchewan 54 - New Brunswick 71

New Brunswick was able to finish their tournament with a win and earning a seventh place finish after downing Saskatchewan, 71-54.

Julian Roache led New Brunswick with 15 points and 12 rebounds in the game.

Saskatchewan's Chan De Ciman scored 18 points and added 8 rebounds in the contest.

British Columbia 65 - Manitoba 51

British Columba was able to have a big fourth quarter and win the bronze medal over Manitoba, 65-51.

British Columbia had three players score in double digits including; Joshua Charles (13 points and 10 rebounds) Ethan Scott (13) and Jauquin Bennett-Boire (12).

Torrez McKoy scored a team-high 12 points for  a Manitoba.

Alberta 69 - Nova Scotia 73

In a tight game, Nova Scotia was able to clinch a 5th place finish at Nationals with a 73-69 victory over Alberta.

Gage Sabean led the way for Nova Scotia with a 20 point and 7 rebounds effort in the game.

Alberta's Carter McIntyre notched a double-double by scoring 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Ontario 85 - Quebec 60

Ontario was able to win their fifth consecutive 15U championship over Quebec, 85-60.

Marcus Ottey scored a game-hight 26 points while Daniel Cummings scored 11.

Quebec was led by Jerome Desroiers who scored a team-high 18 points in the loss.


17U MEN

Saskatchewan 74 - New Brunwick 60

New Brunswick was able to claim 7th place at Nationals with a win over Saskatchewan, 74-60.

Atlee Simon led the charge for Saskatchewan by draining 25 points, while Razman Anca grabbed 10 rebounds.

Erik Nissan collected a double-double as he scored 22 ppoints and added 12 rebounds in the match.

Alberta 78 - Nova Scotia 67

Alberta was able to finish 5th overal at National with a 78-67 win over Nova Scotia.

Most of Alberta's scoring came from a trio of players including; Wil Konybai (18), Cameron Vilcsak (18) and Adonis Monfort-Palminco (16).

Nova Scotia's Travis Adams had an impressive game by recording 23 points and added 17 rebounds, while Kyle Mackinnon scored 25.

British Columbia 74 - Quebec 73

British Columbia was able to win the bronze medal after narrowly getting by the home province of Quebec, 74-73.

Alexander Hart had 19 points and 11 rebound and JJ Pankratz had 16 for British Columbia.

Richardson Maitre led Quebec with 22 points.

Ontario 102 - Manitoba 65

Ontario was able to make it back-to-back championships in 17U category as they cruised past Manitoba 102- 65.

Ontario had another well balenced attack with four players scoring in double digits including; Tyrell Bellot-Green (16), Marcus Lewis (16), Juwan Miller (15) and Malcolm Duvivier (12).

Manitoba had three players score 16 or more points in the game including; Mahmoud Sesay (18), Ayob Ayob (16) and Justus Alleyn (16).

 




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