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Shayok leads Canada to 5th place finish at FIBA U17 worlds

Updated On: July 19, 2012
Just as he does for his St. Patrick Irish in high school basketball, Marial Shayok was front and centre leading Team Canada at the June 29-July 8 FIBA U17 world championships in Lithuania.

Team MVP Pilypaitis leads Canada to Games qualification

Updated On: July 15, 2012
Canada is sending a basketball team to the Olympics for the first time in 12 years and Ottawa’s Courtnay Pilypaitis is a big reason why.

Local schools earn Special Olympics basketball medals

Updated On: June 14, 2012
Glebe Collegiate earned the top result out of Ottawa-Carleton District School Board schools that traveled to Waterloo for the 4 Corners Special Olympics basketball tournament in May.

Pilypaitis preps for final shot at London Olympics

Updated On: June 11, 2012
It’s a do-or-die scenario for Courtnay Pilypaitis and the Canadian women’s basketball team at the last chance Olympic qualifier June 25-July 1 in Turkey, but the 24-year-old St. Peter Catholic High School grad doesn’t feel at all nervous about the situation.

St. Peter retires Pilypaitis' jersey

Updated On: April 9, 2012
It was an uncommon and intriguing event for a high school, but it's not every day that a former player goes on to enjoy the type of career Courtnay Pilypaitis has in the basketball world, so the St. Peter Knights pulled out all the stops for a ceremony to retire her #3 jersey.

Gisèle-Lalonde repeat gold leads Ottawa OFSAA charge

Updated On: April 9, 2012
The 'AA' gold medal-winning Gisèle-Lalonde girls' volleyball team led the national capital's contingent of high school teams in March OFSAA championships.

Ravens men spur Ottawa college hoops success

Updated On: April 9, 2012
Ottawa has fast become the basketball capital of Canada. The Carleton Ravens men’s team has won eight university national titles in the last 10 years, including this year’s utterly dominant perfect season that ended with an 86-67 victory over Alberta in the championship final last month.

GGs capture bronze at CIS women's basketball nationals

Updated On: March 22, 2012
The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees women’s basketball team captured the bronze medal at the CIS Final Eight, earning the school’s best ever finish at the national tournament. They led throughout the match but had to finish strong in order to overcome the confident and pesky hosts from Calgary by a final score of 79-73.

Ravens claim record-tying 8th W.P. McGee Trophy

Updated On: March 22, 2012
The top-seeded Carleton University Ravens claimed a record-tying eighth W.P. McGee Trophy with a dominating 86-67 win over the No. 2 Alberta Golden Bears in the gold medal final of the 50th CIS men’s basketball championship, presented by Subway, on Sunday, March 11 at the Metro Centre.

GGs hint at potential for national prize in OUA win

Created On: March 9, 2012
It was a performance the Gee-Gees would want to bottle up and throw at any of their opponents at the east regional tournament March 9-10 in Ottawa and the Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s basketball national championships March 17-19 in Calgary.

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