Month: January 2016

Warriors and Pythons Meet in Boys A Match

The Medicine Hat Christian Warriors (3-1) and Parkside Pythons (1-4) ┬ámet at St. Mary’s in Boys A league action. The Warriors dominated seven Python players and took the game 52-22. Kyle Wagenaar had 10 for the Warriors, while Caleb had 7 for the Pythons. The Warriors move to 4-1 while the Pythons fall to 1-5.

Battle of the Boys B Second Place Teams

St. Mary’s Colts and the CHHS Vikings B1 team met at St. Mary’s to determine who would be the only team in second place. Both teams had identical 7-1 records. The Colts came out strong and went up 6-0 after the first quarter and were up 9-6 at the half. In the third quarter it began raining three pointers. The Colts hit 3 of 5 three point attempts – two by Ethan Smith, and one from Jok Kuon. After four quarters the Colts found themselves victorious, winning 28-14. Smith led the way for the Colts with 10 points, while Brian and Reed each had 4 points for the Vikings. The Colts move to 8-1, while the Vikings fall to 7-2.

Notre Dame Takes Colts Cup

Notre Dame easily won the Colts Cup at St. Mary’s on the weekend. It was the second time in the 11 year history of the Colts Cup that the Dawgs won the right to have their names engraved on the trophy. The host Colts took the consolation trophy beating Erle Rivers (Milk River). Other local teams in the tournament included Crescent Heights (fourth) and Medicine Hat Christian (eighth).

Undefeated Boys ‘B’ Teams Meet

Catholic school rivals St. Mary’s (6-0) and Notre Dame (5-0) met to determine who would move to the top of the standings in Boys ‘B’ league play. The Dawgs took a quick early lead and led 10-4 at the first quarter and didn’t look back. The Colts did manage to tie it up for a spell in the second quarter but then found themselves down by six at half. The Dawgs finished the game with a strong fourth quarter and won the match 39-24. Austin Walton had 10 for the Dawgs and Haedyn Davies also netted 10 for the Colts. The Dawgs move to the top of the standings and remain the only undefeated team in the boys ‘B’ league.