Early run pushes Green Gaels to victory
GUELPH – The Guelph CVI Green Gaels scored 22 consecutive points on their way to a 77-51 victory over the Orangeville Bears in District 10 high school senior boys’ basketball play Thursday at GCVI.
After a slow start, the Gaels trailed 15-3 with about two minutes to go in the first quarter before they started their come-from-behind rally. They closed the gap to 15-10 at the end of the opening quarter, but were ahead 25-15 less than three and a half minutes into the second quarter. GCVI stretched its lead to 41-23 by halftime.
Ben Tofil led the Gaels with 19 points while Charlie Hamilton had 23 for Orangeville.
The Gaels reached the .500 level at 3-3 with the win while Orangeville fell to 0-6.
Ross 77 Lourdes 61
Zaid Karsiem and Sebastian Perizzolo-Furminger hit for 15 points apiece for Ross while Khaled Djabo added 14.
Will Vandenheuvel had 21 for Lourdes and Teagan Clark had eight.
Centre Wellington 67 Bishop Macdonell 43
Keenen Lochert connected for 18 points for Centre Wellington while Brock Newton added eight.
Justin Faienza had 12 for Bishop Mac and Matteo Furfaro contributed nine.
St. James 68 Centennial 37
Matt Sanvido had a game-high 21 points for St. James and Joel Tersigni followed with 15.
Davin Ramdath and Jake Warywoda had nine each for Centennial.
Bishop Macdonell 61 Centre Wellington 50
Luca Desando hit for 16 points for Bishop Macdonell.
Aiden Davy led Centre Wellington with 21.
Centennial 77 St. James 52
Leading scorers for Centennial were not available.
David Farrelly netted 12 points for St. James while Kelvin Nkubito followed with 10.
Ross 76 Lourdes 67
Cole Miller led Ross with 25 points while Lazar Stojanovic had 11 and Gatlang Khan Pan chipped in with nine.
Kevin Martinez had 34 for Lourdes while Sebastian Porcellato collected 13 and Alex Baxiano picked up four.
Orangeville 50 Guelph CVI 46
Rowan Steele gathered 17 points for Orangeville while Cole Murray had 11 and Eric Cole contributed eight.
Cam Wheeldon and Emerson Milbury had 11 apiece for GCVI while Tennessee Tremain had nine.
- Guelph Sports Journal