2012 Victoria City Police Tournament Girls Schedule and Results

Victoria City Police Tournament

Thursday, January 12, 2012

# Time Location Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
1 2:00 PM Double Gym Lambrick  63 Belmont  17
Review: Tournament top seed Lambrick Park strolled home against game but outmatched Belmont. For the winners, H. Wickare connected on four treys as part of a game high 14 points. M. Creasey led the Bulldogs with 8.
2 3:45 PM Single Gym Point Grey  37 Spectrum 60
Review: Spectrum, by virtue of a 26-8 first quarter advantage, cruised home against visiting Point Grey. Emma Cunningham nailed a trio of early treys en route to a game high 13 points. For the Greyhounds, Kenzie Macdonald and Kate Kizzardo shared 18 in a losing cause.
3 5:30 PM Double Gym SMUS 60 GW Graham  58
Review: Host SMUS did well to hold back a hard charging GW Graham. Up as many as 16 in the first half, the Jags then had to weather the storm as the Huskies battled back to tie the game at 55. But the final five of Allie White’s 20 points proved enough. Abbey Piazza chipped in with 15 for the winners. K. Macdonald hooped 18 of her game high 27 after intermission.
4 7:15 PM Single Gym Dover Bay 57 Mt. Douglas  68
Review: A 22-10 second quarter run out allowed Mt. Douglas to work its way past Dover Bay. J. Murray (22) and C. Sangha (21) paced the Rams attack. M. Nicks, with a game high 30, was in impressive form for the Dolphins.

Friday, January 13, 2012

# Time Location Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
5 9:00 AM Single Gym Belmont 19 Point Grey 71
Review: Point Grey reached the consolation final with an easy win over Belmont. Kenzie Macdonald, scoring all of her 16 points in the first half, led the scoring for the Greyhounds. M. Creasey (6) was tops for the Bulldogs.
6 10:45 AM Double Gym GW Graham 69 Dover Bay 44
Review: Kenzie McDonald (26) and Jess Bannerman (24) provided the bulk of the scoring as GW Graham bounced back from a disappointing Day 1 loss to SMUS. The Huskies opened on an 11-2 run and were never headed. Emily Shires, with 23, was a force for the Dolphins.
7 2:15 PM Double Gym Lambrick Park 76 Spectrum 35
Review: Lambrick Park, just to big and strong, literally towered over Spectrum en route to claiming a finals place. The Lions’ Chelsea Strandlund bombed in six trifectas on her way to 20 points, while Tyger Holt added 18. For the losers, L. Valderama connected on five triples of her own, finishing with 19 points.
8 5:45 PM Double Gym SMUS 45 Mt. Douglas 34
Review: SMUS, with a 16-0 run either side of the third quarter break, split open a tight, defensive struggle to reach the final. Abbey Piazza and Sophia Ducharme shared 30 points, while Erin Hope played a solid all round game. Carly Sangha led all scorers with 16 in a losing cause for the Rams.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

# Time Location Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
9 9:00 AM Double Gym Belmont  20 Dover Bay 75
Review: 7th/8th – Dover Bay recorded its first tournament win over Belmont. Emily Shires enjoyed another big scoring game, this time with 25. For the Bulldogs, M. Creasey (9) was again top scorer.
10 10:45 AM Single Gym Point Grey  36 GW Graham  70
Review: 5th/6th – GW Graham put on a three point clinic, connecting on twelve shots from beyond the arc to blow open a tight game. Kenzie McDonald hit seven of these treys as part of her game high 23. For the Greyhounds, Beth Anne Helgason was tops with 11.
11 12:30 PM Double Gym Spectrum  75 Mt. Douglas 46
Review: 3rd/4th – Spcctrum captured the bronze medal with an unexpectedly one sided win over Mt. Douglas. M. Low (26) paced the victors, while for the Rams, J. Murray connected for 15.
12 2:15 PM Double Gym Lambrick Park  62 SMUS  31
Review: 1st/2nd – Any hope of a competitive final was squashed early, as Lambrick Park jumped out to a commanding 25-9 first quarter lead. Tyger Holt (16) and M. Smith (14) did most of the damage for the Lions. Sophie Ducharme, with a dozen, led SMUS.


1. Lambrick Park


3. Spectrum

4. Mt. Douglas

5. GW Graham

6. Point Grey

7. Dover Bay

8. Belmont


Chelsea Strandlund (Lambrick Park)


Sophia Ducharme (SMUS)

Abbey Piazza (SMUS)

Tyger Holt (Lambrick Park)

Emma Cunningham (Spectrum)

Sara Lefevre (Lambrick Park)