2011 SMUS Invitational Girls Schedule and Results

SMUS
Oak Bay
York House
Medicine Hat
Rundle College

Teams will play round robin. Final standings will be determined after round robin play. Each team will play 4 games.

If two teams are tied after pool play, placings will be determined as follows
a)    Result between the two teams in question

If a three way tie, then
b)    Point differential from pool games involving the tied teams **
c)    Most points scored in pool games involving the tied teams **
d)    Fewest points allowed in pool games involving the tied teams **
e)    Coin toss as required

** points for and against achieved vs teams not involved in the tie will NOT be factored into any three way tie breaking scenario

First named team in the draw will wear white/light uniforms

Thursday, January 6, 2011

# Time Gym Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
1 1:45 pm Single Oak Bay 65 Medicine Hat 19
Review: Some stingy defence, which limited visiting Medicine Hat to a single field goal in the middle 20 minutes of the game, allowed Oak Bay a comfortable victory. Though shorthanded due to injury, the Breakers received  a trio of trifectas from Linden Turner, as part of her game high 15 points, en route to the win. Junior forward Shianne Anton was a bright spark for the Kwahommies, netting 11 points.
2 1:45 pm Double Rundle College 39 SMUS 59
Review: Annie Pike, Sophia Ducharme and Abbie Piazza combined for 37 points in host SMUS’ victory over visiting Rundle College. The Calgary based Cobras, hung tough for most of the game, but a 15-6 Jags’ run, either side of the third quarter break, proved to be the difference. Jillian Goodhart, with 12, paced the losers.
3 7:00 pm Double Medicine Hat 42 Rundle College 46
Review: Rundle College secured its first tournament win by scraping home over Medicine Hat in a game that featured seven lead changes. Down 39-38, the Cobras rode some key hoops by Jillian Goodhart and Amara Kraft to move ahead for good. Karissa Janosch, with 10, was top scorer for the Kwahommies.
4 7:00 pm Single SMUS 37 Oak Bay 58
Review: 15 points, including a trio of treys, from Lindon Turner, 14 from Emily Frame and 10 from Emma Thomson powered Oak Bay to victory over host SMUS. For the Blue Jags, who at least managed to win the second half after trailing 40-14 at the break, Abbey Piazza’s 11 led the way.

Friday, January 7, 2011

# Time Gym Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
5 12:00 pm Single Oak Bay 71 Rundle College 42
Review: Oak Bay continued on a collision course with favourite York House, blowing open a close game with Rundle College with a 12-2 run to start the second quarter. MiraJill Cooper highlighted the attack with 22 points, while Emily Frame chipped in with 16. Again, Jillian Goodhart sparked the Cobras with 10.
6 12:00 pm Double York House 71 Medicine Hat 41
Review: BC AA #1 York House opened its Invitational account in style with a comprehensive 72-41 victory over Medicine Hat. The Tigers showcased a balancewd attack, Mira Donaldson (17) and Natalie Wallace (13) leading the way. Shianne Anton continued her spirited play, again leading the Kwahommies, this time with 12 points.
7 5:15 pm Single SMUS 43 York House 58
Review: York House made it two for two with a comfortable 15 point win over the hosts . Up 37-17 at the break, the Tigers could go on cruise control in the second half, even allowing for a spirited Blue Jags performance in the final twenty minutes. Top scorer for York was Laura Baker (14) while Abbey Piazza notched 16 for SMUS.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

# Time Gym Team 1 Score Team 2 Score
8 1:45 pm Double SMUS 64 Medicine Hat 43
Review: SMUS evened its record at 2-2 with a solid win over Medicine Hat. Abbey Piazza, with 18, and Annie Pike (11) paced the Jags. For the Kwahommies, Mackenzie Koopmans scored 14.
9 1:45 pm Single York House 80 Rundle College 32
Review: York House tuned up for its tournament final showdown with Oak Bay by dispatching Rundle College. Mira Donaldson’s 21 led the Tigers.
10 5:15 pm Double Oak Bay 57 York House 57
Review: In what was an unfortunate ending to a highly competitive matchup, scoretable and referee confusion reigned in the dying seconds of what was the tournament championship game. With the Tigers up 57-56 and only seconds to play, a Breakers free throw tied the game. However, in the excitement, a point was mistakenly taken from the York House scoreboard (but not from the scoresheet) leaving Oak Bay an apparent winner. However, as the official score should have been 57-57, the tournament committee subsequently deemed the game a tie.

ORDER OF FINISH

1. York House

2. Oak Bay

3. SMUS

4. Rundle College

5. Medicine Hat

Tournament All-Stars

1. Alisha Roberts (York House)

2. Laura Baker (York House)

3. Emma Thompson (Oak Bay)

4. Ella Macquisten (Oak Bay)

5. Abbey Piazza (SMUS)

Tournament Team Award Winners

Annie Pike (SMUS)

Shianne Anton (Medicine Hat)

Kayla Barry (Rundle College)

Mira Donaldson (York House)

Jill Cooper (Oak Bay)

Tournament Most Valuable Player

Linden Turner (Oak Bay)