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Algonquin bounced in Ontario women’s basketball semis

Updated On: March 11, 2015
The Algonquin Thunder rebounded from a heartbreaking 58-55 defeat to the Humber Hawks – who led their semi-final contest by 17 at one point – to win the Ontario college women’s basketball bronze medal.

Local teams split contests on Day 1 of home OFSAA events

Updated On: March 10, 2015
The hometown Merivale Marauders and St. Paul Golden Bears both impressed in back-to-back contests at St. Joseph Catholic High School on Day 1 of the March 9-11 OFSAA ‘AA’ Boys’ Basketball Championships.

Able-bodied wheelchair bball player boosts sport in Canada

Updated On: February 11, 2015
Playing wheelchair basketball doesn’t necessarily mean you are in a wheelchair all the time. That’s the case for Canada Winter Games participant Émilie Mondor, who was introduced to the sport while playing “stand-up” basketball.

OFSAA returns to the capital

Updated On: February 11, 2015
After a 2-year absence, an Ontario high school provincial championship will return to the national capital this season.

University sports: Classic Carleton

Updated On: February 11, 2015
The Carleton Ravens swatted back the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees 79-66 to end the Gee-Gees’ perfect 14-0 run in Ontario University Athletics men’s basketball play on Feb. 6 at the MBNA Capital Hoops Classic.

Tigers’ ‘family’ mentality lifts girls’ basketball team to first OFSAA crown

Updated On: January 12, 2015
There were countless hours practicing in the gym, dedication from players and coaches alike to put the best possible tactical systems in place, an extended season in the community club ranks and experience gained from last year’s OFSAA appearance, but St. Matthew Tigers head coach Rick Despatie believes there was really just one ingredient that made the difference for his 2014 OFSAA champs: team.

Local Raven basketball grad named Academic All-Canadian

Updated On: November 12, 2014
Former Carleton Ravens star Tyson Hinz, now a pro basketball player in Holland, was recognized as a Canadian Interuniversity Sport top-8 academic All-Canadian for achieving a 10.56 out of 12 GPA in his final year of commerce studies.

Pilypaitis sees limited court time in solid Canadian FIBA worlds showing

Updated On: October 9, 2014
Coming off a concussion before the tournament, Orleans native Courtnay Pilypaitis played no more than nine minutes in any of Canada's seven games at the Sept. 27-Oct. 5 FIBA women's basketball world championships in Turkey.

Ottawa bball teams win Ontario Summer Games gold & silver

Updated On: September 6, 2014
The nation’s capital proved they were the provincial capital when it comes to basketball at the 2014 Ontario Summer Games, with its girls’ and boys’ teams coming away with gold and silver medals respectively from the Aug. 7-10 event in Windsor.

Pilypaitis expects to be back from concussion in time for worlds

Updated On: September 6, 2014
Ottawa native Courtnay Pilypaitis was fully psyched up for her biggest competition since her team’s quarter-final appearance at the London 2012 Olympics. And she still is despite sustaining a concussion in practice prior to Canada’s departure for a series of European exhibition games in advance of the Sept. 27-Oct. 5 FIBA women’s basketball world championships in Turkey.

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