McKinnon Park, Bishop Mac grab CWOSSA AA hoops titles
CAMBRIDGE – District 10’s 17-season grasp on the CWOSSA AA senior girls’ championship ended Saturday when the McKinnon Park Blue Devils of Caledonia won the championship at Galt CI with a 54-33 victory over the Holy Trinity Titans of Simcoe in the final. It’s McKinnon Park’s first CWOSSA title.
Mikayla Nelson had 22 points for McKinnon Park while Averie Marciniak added 18.
Charli Babin had 14 for Holy Trinity and Sweed Babin contributed nine.
With CWOSSA being host to the provincial OFSAA high school AA girls’ championship tournament this week in Guelph, both McKinnon Park and Holy Trinity gain berths in it.
The Lourdes Crusaders were ousted following a 47-40 loss to McKinnon Park in the semifinal.
Aurora Anthony had 19 points for McKinnon Park while Marciniak gathered 14.
Olivia Doucette had 16 for Lourdes and Mckenna Codrington chipped in with 10.
Holy Trinity edged Waterloo St. David Celtics 44-43 in the other semifinal.
Charli Babin had 15 points for Holy Trinity and Sweed Babin added 12.
Avril Ba-atcia led St. David with 13 points while Kate Grosz added 12.
The Bishop Macdonell Celtics claimed the junior title for a second consecutive season with a 54-31 win over the Paris Panthers in the final.
Sophia Anstett had 15 points for Bishop Mac while Cassidy Myslik netted 11.
Eira Fears led Paris with 16 while Harley Shuart collected eight.
The title win was Bishop Mac’s 13th in junior girls’ basketball.
Bishop Mac downed the St. James Lions 56-29 in an all-Guelph semifinal.
Maeve Bedard had a game-high 28 points for Bishop Mac while Olivia Haines contributed nine.
Shania McLellan had 11 points for St. James and Anzeyah Lewis gathered eight.
The other semifinal saw Paris down the John Diefenbaker Trojans of Hanover 37-25.
Shuart had 15 points for Paris and Kayla Padusenko netted nine.
Ariel Lynn picked up 15 for Diefenbaker while Kendal Bowco had six.
- Guelph Sports Journal