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Humber College Classic Day 1 Results; Day 2 Quarterfinals Matchups

By November 14, 2014September 23rd, 2016No Comments

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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 13TH RESULTS

Game 1: St. John Kilmarnock(Michael Ganson 14pts) 65 Northern 47(Carl Veitmann 19pts)

Game 2: Cardinal Newman 71(Tyler Brown 35pts) West Humber 60(Johneil Richards/Hassan Mohamoud 13pts)

Game 3: Henry Carr 85(Carlo Dubria 14pts) Central Peel 55(Jahcon Reid-Myrie 19pts)

Game 4: Edmund Campion 80(CJ Bennett 21pts) Eastern Commerce 72(Narcisse Ambanza 19pts)

Game 5: Marguerite d’Youville 60(DamiAnn Prehay 13pts) Central Toronto Academy 50(Jeremiah Brown 12pts)

Game 6: Vaughan 69(Joseph Thomas 15pts) Philip Pocock 26(Spencer Laughton 8pts)

Game 7: Oakwood 66(Dwan Williams 31pts) Martingrove 53(Peter Basta 13pts)

Game 8: Thornlea 73(Jaaden Lewis 28pts) St. John Paul II 69(John Nwosu 21pts

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14TH

CONSOLATION QUARTERS

Game 9: B 10:00am       Northern (Light)                        West Humber (Dark)

Game 10: C 10:00am     Central Peel (Light)                   Eastern Commerce (Dark)

Game 11: B 11:30am     Central Toronto (Light)             Pocock (Dark)

Game 12: C 11:30am     Martingrove (Light)                  St. John Paul II (Dark)

 

CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTERS

Game 13: B 1:00pm       St. Johns Kilmarnock (Light)     Cardinal Newman (Dark)

Game 14: C 1:00pm       Henry Carr (Light)                         Campion (Dark)

Game 15: B 2:30pm       d’Youville (Light)                            Vaughan (Dark)

Game 16: C 2:30pm       Oakwood (Light)                            Thornlea (Dark)

Courtesy Humber College

Drew Ebanks

Drew Ebanks

Drew Ebanks

Often referred to as Mr. Canada Basketball, Ebanks has been an integral innovator and personality in both amateur and professional basketball. With a High Honours Diploma in Radio & Television Broadcasting (Seneca College) and experience in the financial services industry, Ebanks’ diverse educational background and work experience has allowed him to maximize On Point’s potential in becoming a leading basketball media, promotional and lifestyle brand.

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