The defending Heinbuch Classic Champions Oakwood Barons will be back trying to win its seventh Heinbuch championship. Can they be stopped? Fifteen teams from around the province will be doing their best to crown a new champion. The Heinbuch Classic committee welcomes Guelph Bishop Macdonell and Upper Canada College who will each be making its first appearance in the Heinbuch Classic bringing to 107 the total number of schools who have participated over the tournament’s 32 years. The list of this year’s entrants is posted under the ‘schools’ tab. The tournament draw is also now posted.
Sixteen games will be played on Friday, November 27 at the two gyms at RIM Park in Waterloo beginning at 8:45am and continuing all day. There will be plenty of free parking.
Play will continue in Waterloo on Saturday at Waterloo C.I. and Sir John A. Macdonald S.S. Check the ‘maps’ tab.
There will be no admission charge until the four Divisional Championship games on Saturday afternoon/evening when admission will be $5 for adults and $2 for high school students. Elementary school students and Seniors will be admitted free of charge. All proceeds from the admission fee will go to the Heinbuch Classic Bursary program which sponsors deserving Grade 9 students to attend a Summer basketball camp.