SATURDAY

IMG_5193IMG_5189Well, “almost” and “they did it again” come to mind. Kitchener St. Mary”s Eagles “almost” became the first Waterloo County team to win the Heinbuch as they jumped to an eight point lead at the end of the first quarter, extended the lead to ten before leading by six at half time. They still led by six entering the final frame before Toronto Oakwood Barons, led by the poised and experienced tournament MVP Calvin Epistola finally took a two point lead with three minutes to go on the way to a 57-52 victory.Yes, “they did it again” as Oakwood won the Heinbuch for the sixth time tying the most championships with the strong Toronto Runnymede teams of the 1980″s / 1990″s and have now captured the title for four straight years. Coach Miller, his staff and the young student-athletes can feel proud of this accomplishment.

IMG_5144Kitchener Cameron Heights defeated Kitchener Eastwood 48-44 in the Silver Division final.

 

 

 

 

IMG_5100Hamilton St. Thomas More defeated Kitchener Grand River online casino 48-25 in the Bronze Division final.

 

 

 

 

Brantford North Park defeated Waterloo 56-52 in overtime in the Consolation final.

ALL STARS

FIRST TEAM

Calvin Epistola      (Toronto Oakwood)  MVPIMG_5198
Dwan Williams      (Toronto Oakwood)
Jamari Stevenson (Kitchener St. Mary”s)
Tesloth Simon      (Kitchener St. Mary”s)
Sasha Simic         (Kitchener Cameron Heights)

SECOND TEAM

Nedim Hodzic       (Waterloo Sir John A. Macdonald)
Shai Alexander     (Hamilton Sir Allan MacNab)
Xavier Ellis           (Hamilton St. Thomas More)
Nikola Farkic        (Kitchener Cameron Heights)
Ousmane Kromah (Kitchener Eastwood)

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