2011 Police Tournament Boys Schedule and Results

Thursday, January 13, 2011

# Time Location Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
2 8:30 AM Double Gym SMUS 79 Esquimalt 34
Review: Host SMUS, on the back of 12 trifectas, advanced to the championship quarterfinal with a win over a game but overmatched Esquimalt. Post Liam Maclure led the way with 15, while guards Joe Erlic and Chris McEachren-Law combined for 20 points and 14 assists. For the Dockers, Dustin Margalikas (13) and post Mak Konwick (14) provided almost all the offence.
4 10:15 AM Double Gym Brentwood 86 Reynolds 43
Review: A 12-0 run to start the second quarter broke open a tight game and Brentwood ran away to set up a likely quarterfinal showdown with Lambrick Park. Chris Gerry, with 12, showed some neat skills for the Roadrunners.
6 12:00 PM Double Gym Oak Bay 82 Alberni 20
Review: The return from injury of Stephen Grdic (19) proved a tonic as Oak Bay ran roughshod over Alberni. The Armada’s Jonathan Sim worked hard throughout for his 7 points.
8 1:45 PM Double Gym Lord Byng 69 Parkland 40
Review: Without a single reserve player, Parkland hung tough for a long time against a quick and talented Lord Byng outfit. For the Grey Ghosts, Allan Wu notched 27, while Jeremy Lawes had 21 for the Panthers.
10 3:30 PM Single Gym GW Graham 85 GNS 65
Review: In 40 minutes of run and gun basketball, GW Graham used a key15-0 second quarter run to extinguish GNS. Lucas Mannes paced the vistors with 27, while, for the Gryphons, Ryland Connell contributed 23.
12 5:15 PM Single Gym Lambrick Park 90 WPGA 79
Review: Lambrick Park almost threw away a large lead, and only just managed to fend off a feisty West Point Grey Academy. Jimmy Chuang led the Lions with 26, while the Wolves’ Justin Krieger had 21.
14 7:00 PM Single Gym Rutland 77 Collingwood 75
Review: In an absolute barnburner, Rutland just managed to stave of Collingwood. Colton O, with 25, led the Voodoo attack, while S. Kanai and B. O’Sullivan shared 34 for the unlucky Cavaliers.
16 8:45 PM Single Gym Mark Isfeld 34 Shawnigan 81
Review: Shawnigan moved on easily with a comprehensive win over Mark Isfeld. Djustice Dears (16) and Patrick Eadie (14) led a balanced scoring attack. For the Ice, Evan I, who got to the free throw line a whopping eighteen times, had a game high 19.

Friday, January 14, 2011

# Time Location Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
18 8:30 AM Double Gym Oak Bay 84 Lord Byng 49
Review: After a very competitive first half, Oak Bay dominated after intermission en route to the tournament semifinals. Max Campbell, with 19, led the Bays’ scoring. For the Grey Ghosts, 11 of Allan Wu’s team high 15 came in the opening twenty minutes.
20 10:15 AM Double Gym Brentwood 60 Lambrick Park 67
Review: Lambrick Park’s propensity for throwing away big leads almost cost them again, as a comfortable twenty one point margin was reduced to three with only 22 seconds to play. Fortunately for the Lions, four consecutive makes from the foul line secured the hard fought win. Jimmy Chuang notched 29, including four treys. For Brentwood, Ben Hindson, with 17 was top scorer.
22 3:30 PM Mt. Doug Gym Alberni 35 Parkland 48
24 12:00 PM Single Gym SMUS 66 Shawnigan 58
Review: SMUS advanced to the semifinals courtesy of a hard fought win over Shawnigan. The Jags 13-2 run to open the second half was the difference. Mitch Wiggins, hitting four of the hosts’ seven treys,  hooped 19 while fellow senior Connor Eden added 21. For the Stags, starry guard Patrick Eadie potted 20.
26 5:15 PM Mt. Doug Gym Reynolds 55 WPGA 76
28 1:45 PM Single Gym Rutland 56 GW Graham 73
Review: A fast and well balanced GW Graham kept on course for the tournament title with the win over Rutland. Geoffrey Slovick, with 15, led four scorers in double figures. For the Voodoos, Donald Elliot and Travis Worthing shared 24 points.
30 3:30 PM Double Gym Esquimalt 38 Mark Isfeld 54
Review: Mark Isfeld put Esquimalt on ice with a hard fought win in what was a defensive struggle. For the winners, Evan I scored 18, while, for the Dockers, Mark K (12) and Dustin M (11) reached double figures.
32 5:15 PM Double Gym Collingwood 63 GNS 33
Review: In a game delicately poise at 29 each early in the third quarter, no one could have predicted the subsequent 34-4 end game by Collingwood. Taylor Scholz put up 19, with Brendan Connell (10) the only Gryphon to reach double figures.
34 7:00 PM Single Gym Oak Bay 68 Lambrick Park 73
Review: Third time a charm form Lambrick Park, who beat a depleted Oak Bay squad to reach the final. Jimmy Chunag continued his fine play with five treys as part of a team high 28. For the Bays, Drake Downer answered with five trifectas of his own on the way to 34.
36 8:45 PM Single Gym SMUS 57 GW Graham 82
Review: GW Graham opened the game with a 12-2 run and never looked back, winning easily in a physical encounter. Fran Armongual led the Grizzlies with 20, while for SMUS Derek Hyde-Lay had 10.

Saturday, January 15, 2011

# Time Location Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
38 8:30 AM Single Gym Parkland 28 WPGA 62
Review: West Point Grey Academy had little problem with Parkland, strolling to a comfortable victory. Shawn Lum with 19 paced the winners.
40 10:15 AM Single Gym Mark Isfeld 33 Collingwood 65
Review: Collingwood moved on, thanks to a straightforward win vs Mark Isfeld. James An, with 19, was tops for the Cavaliers.
42 10:00 AM Lambrick Gym Alberni 53 Reynolds 60
44 1:30 PM Lambrick Gym Lord Byng 31 Brentwood 51
46 5:00 PM Lambrick Gym Esquimalt 47 GNS 73
48 12:00 PM Double Gym Shawnigan 65 Rutland 33
Review: Shawnigan, behind Patrick Eadie’s 17, used a 33-12 first half to easily beat a tried Rutland team.
50 1:45 PM Double Gym Oak Bay 80 SMUS 62
Review: Oak Bay, though shortstaffed, accounted for a tired SMUS team, with Drake Downer leading the way.
52 3:30 PM Double Gym WPGA 60 Collingwood 55
Review: WPGA recorded a comeback win vs Collingwood, with  Justin Krieger’s 10 fourth quarter points part of the Wolves 21-6 closing quarter. Shawin Kanai had 14 in a losing cause for the Cavaliers.
54 5:45 PM Double Gym Lambrick Park 87 GW Graham 65
Review: Lambrick Park blew open a game tied at 48 halfway through the third quarter. Forward Kevin Breel roamed unchecked inside against the much smaller Grizzlies en route to 24 points. Cole Shields (15), Jimmy Chuang (16) and Lucas Dellabough (15) were also prominent. For the losers, guard Lucas Mannes was a one man show with a game high 33.

FINAL STANDINGS (only 1st-6th were noted)

1. Lambrick Park

2. GW Graham

3. Oak Bay



6. Collingwood


Jimmy Chuang (Lambrick Park)


Lucas Dellabough (Lambrick Park)

Cole Shields (Lambrick Park)

Lucas Mannes (GW Graham)

Fran Armongual (GW Graham)

Drake Downer (Oak Bay)

Kaz Kobayashi (Oak Bay)

Conor Eden (SMUS)

Liam McClure (SMUS)

Shaun Lum (WPGA)

Shawin Kanai (Collingwood)