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LSSAA Thursday December 15th Results
andrew brethauer December 15th, 2011

Sarnia, ON -  Another full day of high school action, with 15 games on the schedule between volleyball, basketball and hockey.

Boys Basketball

Northern improved to 4-0 on the season in midget boys basketball after a 54-21 victory over the North Lambton Eagles. Blake Maxfield had 13 points for the Vikings and Ryan Steenbergen had 10 points, while Jared Mcann had 11 points for the Eagles.

Northern remains in first place with the undefeated record of 4-0, while North Lambton is still looking for their first win at 0-3.

In junior basketball, LCCVI edged out St. Francois-Xavier 36-34. LCCVI improves to 2-4 on the year while St. Francois still continues to look for their first victory at 0-4.

St. Clair defeated SCITS 49-41 earning the Colts their third victory of the season. Tim Kaldeway had 20 points for the Colts and Gerald Maness had 18 and Cole Mackie had 9 points. Keenan Smith and Zack Barons had 12 points for the Blue Bombers. SCITS is 2-4 on the season while St. Clair is 3-2.

Northern put up big numbers on North Lambton, defeating the Eagles 49-12. Brandon Johnson had 11 points for the Vikings while S. Gordon had 6 points for the Eagles. Northern is undefeated at 6-0, while North Lambton is 0-6 on the year.

In senior action, St. Patrick's lost a close one to St. Chris 55-51. Mike Rocca had 27 points and Martin Popiel 10 points for the Cyclones while Cormac Brown had 19 and Parick Taylor 7 for the Irish. St. Chris is a perfect 4-0 on the season, while St. Patrick's drops to .500 with a 2-2 record.

Finally in basketball, St. Clair defeated SCITS 40-26. Maitland had 12 points for the Colts while Hellinga had 9, and Elipani and Moffatt each had 6. Kerigan had 17 points for the Bombers in the lost. St. Clair moves to 2-2 while the Bombers drop to 0-4.

Girls Volleyball

St. Francois-Xavier shut out LCCVI 3-0 in junior girls volleyball, with Emile Sylvain-Lyndsay picking up the player of the match, and Laurie Vanleerzen got the player of the game for Lancers. St. Francois-Xavier is now 4-3 on the season while LCCVI 2-5.

St. Chris defeated St. Patrick's 3-0, winning 25-15, 25-8 and 25-13. Danielle Graham was named player for the match for the Cyclones, helping improve their record to 6-0. St. Patrick's falls to .500 on the season at 3-3.

Northern defeated North Lambton 2-1, with 25-16, 25-19 set wins and a 22-25 set loss. Rachel Gladwish was the player of the match for the Vikings while Gracie Wilson was for the Eagles. Northern is now 6-1 on the season with North Lambton goes to 1-6.

And finally in junior action, St. Clair improved to 4-3 with a 3-0 match win over 0-5 SCITS. St. Clair won 25-17, 25-16 and 25-9 for the victory and Brooke Searson won the player of the match for the Colts and Daylin Galvin for the Bombers.

In senior girls volleyball, Northern and St. Clair both on 3-0 over their opponents.

Northern won 25-14, 25-15 and 25-14 over North Lambton, with Kelsey Crawford picking up the player of the match, while Courtney Thompson picked it up for the Eagles.

St. Clair won 25-14, 25-12 and 25-16 with Paige Price getting player of the match for St. Clair and Mallory Last for the Bombers.

Boys Hockey

St. Chris rebounded from their earlier loss this week to LCCVI, winning 10-2 over the SCITS Blue Bombers. R. Lyle and B. Morrison had two goals each, while Savo, Pamanter, Doidge, Straatman, Vandenberg and Brandon each had singles. Dan Bowling had two goals for the Blue Bombers.


 

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