2011 Police Tournament Girls Schedule and Results

Thursday, January 13, 2011

# Time Location Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
1 8:30 AM Single Gym Mt. Doug 73 NDSS 27
Review: Mt. Douglas, with Ella Goldschmid (18) and Julia Murray (17) in fine form, easily dispatched NDSS, for whom Leigh Richardson’s 14 was tops.
3 10:15 AM Single Gym Dover Bay  66 PCS  43
Review: J Bassett’s 23 led Dover Bay to a comfortable win. The Dolphins S. Simovic chipped in with 15 while for PCS S. Momom had 19.
5 12:00 PM Single Gym SMUS  31 Point Grey  43
Review: Multiple turnovers and ice cold shooting doomed host SMUS to the consolation side of the tournament bracket. For the visiting Greyhounds, L. Weston was one of four players each with 9 points.
7 1:45 PM Single Gym McNair  70 Belmont  72
Review: In the first close game of the day, Belmont recovered nicely from a 65-59 deficit with three minutes to play to scrape home. Y. Chen was impressive in hooping 34 for the winners, while the Marlins D. Busayong led the way with 22.
9 3:30 PM Double Gym GW Graham  49 Spectrum  75
Review: Spectrum blitzed out the gate, taking a 41-8 leadat intermission. GW Graham finally rounded into form, led by J. Tucker’s 17, and took some satisfaction in winning the second half. L. Yearwood led the Bulldogs with 24.
11 5:15 PM Double Gym Lambrick  85 South Delta  42
Review: Lambrick Park was just too big and too deep for an outgunned South Delta. Chelsea Strandlund’s 18 paced the Pride, with the Sun Devils unable to keep pace on the boards.
13 7:00 PM Double Gym Alberni  40 Windsor  59
Review: With Mt. Boucherie denied travelling from the Interior because of heavy snow, Alberni stepped in to the tournament at the last minutes and gave a very plucky display before falling to Windsor. Ariella L, with 14, led a balanced Dukes attack. For the Armada, Katrina H reached double figures with 10.
15 8:45 PM Double Gym Ballenas  62 South Okanagan 42
Review: Emma Greig’s 15 points helped lead Ballenas over South Okanagan and into the championship quarterfinals. For the losers, Ashley scored 19.

Friday, January 14, 2011

# Time Location Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
17 8:30 AM Single Gym Dover Bay  54 Spectrum  64
Review: Grade 8 post Lauren Yearwood played with a poise belying her tender years, scoring 16 of her team high 22 before the break. The Thunder then used a 26-19 fourth quarter advantage to break open a tight four point game. Dolphins sniper Cass Knieval hit four times from beyond the arc on her way to a game high 23.
19 10:15 AM Single Gym Mt. Douglas  77 Belmont  45
Review: Mt. Douglas cruised to an easy win over cross town rival Belmont with E. Goldschmid scoring 19. For the Bulldogs, C. Nelson and Yu Ting Chen shared 20.
21 12:00 PM Mt. Doug Gym PCS  30 GW Graham  78
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23 12:00 PM Double Gym Ballenas  42 Point Grey  67
Review: Point Grey shot out to a 39-14 halftime lead and eased home from there. N. Liu with 11 led the balanced attack. E. Greig managed 13 for the Whalers in a losing effort.
25 1:45 PM Mt. Doug Gym NDSS  47 McNair  84
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27 1:45 PM Double Gym Windsor 52 Lambrick Park  73
Review: Lambrick Park qualified for the semis with a straightforward win vs Windsor. A 24-9 opening quarter set the stage, and the Lions, led by Tyger Holt’s 25, never looked back. Hayley Boulier, with 17, led the Dukes.
29 3:30 PM Single Gym South Okanagan SMUS
Review: SMUS thrilled a large and enthusiastic crowd in a roller coaster of a win. From down 11 at half to up two midway through the third period to down nine with 5 minutes to play, the Jags rode one final 13-0 spurt to victory. Grade 10 post Allie White dropped in 18, while Abbey Piazza added 17. For the Suns, Ashley (17) and Jasmine (14) keyed the attack.
31 5:15 PM Single Gym Alberni  51 South Delta 56
Review: Alberni could not build upon a 19-9 first quarter lead, and eventually fell to South Delta. For the winners, Courtney N dropped in 19 while for the Sun Devils Leah H had 12.
33 7:00 PM Double Gym Spectrum 60 Mt. Douglas  69
Review: Mt. Douglas moved to the final behind Carla Sangha’s 16 points. Again, for Spectrum, precocious pivot Lauren Yearwood topped scorers with 22.
35 8:45 PM Double Gym Point Grey  51 Lambrick Park  63
Review: A late run 18-3 Point Grey run really only put a gloss on what was a comprhensive Lambrick Park victory. For the Pride, who move on to an all Gordon Head final vs Mt. Douglas, Tyger Holt notched 25.

Saturday, January 15, 2011

# Time Location Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
37 8:30 AM Double Gym GW Graham  47 McNair  74
Review: McNair advanced with a comfortable win, jumping out to a 29-11 first quarter lead and never looking back. Maya Macatumpag hooped 17 for the Marlins, while K. Macdonald had 24 for the losers.
39 10:15 AM Double Gym SMUS  79 South Delta  57
Review: SMUS used a 47-23 advantage in the second and third quarters to beat South Delta. Abbie Piazza (17) and Madison Hadfield (16) led the scoring for the victorious Jags. Courtney N popped in 23 for the Sun Devils
41 8:15 AM Lambrick Gym PCS NDSS
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43 11:45 AM Lambrick Gym Dover Bay Belmont
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45 3:15 PM Lambrick Gym South Okanagan 47 Alberni  53
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47 12:00 PM Single Gym Ballenas  34 Windsor  49
Review: Ballenas and Windsor closed their respective tournaments, with the Dukes getting on top after a 17-9 third quarter edge extended a three point halftime lead.
49 1:45 PM Single Gym Spectrum  61 Point Grey  50
Review: Spectrum captured third place after a 20-0 run either side of the third quarter break. Lauren Yearwood was a wrecking ball for the Thunder with 33 points.
51 3:30 PM Single Gym McNair  50 SMUS  70
Review: A string finish was a salve of sorts for SMUS, which bounced back from a disappointing Day 1 defeat to Point Grey to win three straight and finish 5th. Abbey Piazza scored 17, while Annie Pike added 16. The Marlins’ Denise Busayong finished with a game high 23.
53 5:45 PM Single Gym Mt. Douglas  50 Lambrick Park  67
Review: Lambrick Park, up 37-14 at halftime, made it a Gordon head sweep, joining their boys as tournament champions. Tyger Holt’s 26 led all scorers, while for the Rams, Carly Sangha had 18.

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

1. Lambrick Park

2. Mt. Doug

3. Spectrum

4. Point Grey

5. SMUS

6. McNair

MVP

Tyger Holt (Lambrick Park)

All-Stars

Chelsea Strandlund (Lambrick Park)

Whitney Hamilton (Lambrick Park)

Carly Sangha (Mt. Doug)

Ella Goldschmid (Mt. Doug)

Lauren Yearwood (Spectrum)

Marino Low (Spectrum)

Tanner Batchelor (Point Grey)

Natasha Liu (Point Grey)

Allie White (SMUS)

Maya Mavatumpag (McNair)