Husky Boys Basketball Tournament Results
Northwestern Senior Boys basketball team lost a close final to a strong AAA team from Brantford Collegiate 61-50. With 2 minutes remaining the Huskies were within 4 points of taking the lead. Unfortunately some bad foul shooting and a hot Mustang shooter lead the Huskies to fouling the other team towards the end of the game to try and regain possession. Top scorers for the Huskies were Jacob Heaney with 19, Jason Guy 12, Jalen Lewis 9, and Chris Halliwell with 8. To get to the finals Northwestern defeated Medway Cowboys 72-51. Top scorers were Jason guy with 29 points, Jacob Heaney with 23, and Luke Hyde with 8. In the semi final the huskies beat Catholic Central from London 70-42. Top scorers were Jason Guy with 27, Jacob Heaney 15, and Jalen Lewis with 12. St. Mikes seniors won the 3rd place game over Catholic Central 47-44. Top scorers for the Warriors were Liam McCann with 14 and Isaac Gautreau with 11. Previously, St. Mikes beat Woodstock Collegiate 53-42. Top scorers were Mark Manzano 10 and Kaden Eybergen 9. The Warriors lost to BCI 55-36. Brady Armstrong had 14 for St. Mikes. Stratford Central seniors won their last game over Ingersol 55-48 (scorers not available). In the first game the Rams lost to BCI 74-65. Top scorers were Gebremicael with 31 and McCutcheon 18. The second game was a loss to Woodstock Collegiate 56-44. McCutcheon had 15 points.
Central Junior Boys lost to a very strong AAA team from London Catholic Central 68-22 (scorers not available). In their first game the rams defeated BCI 47-37. Top scorers for them were E. Heinbuck 15 and M. Vanstone 14. Central then defeated St. Mikes 42-32 . Top scorers for Central were N. McCabe with 10 points and for St. Mikes were Ronan McCarrol with 10. The Warriors won their first game over WCI 38-31. Top scorers were Ronan McCarrol with 13 points and Wensley Bosse with 12. St. Mikes lost 42-39 in the 3rd place game to Medway (scoring results not available). Northwestern lost a close first game to Medway 42-40. Top scorers for the Huskies were Michael Pauli 14 and Reid Forthuber 8). The Huskies lost their second game to Ingersol 36-24 (Pauli 8). In their final game the Huskies tied Woodstock Collegiate 30-30. Top scorer for Northwestern was Cameron Wickhorst with 10.