CBC Bearcats @ VIU Mariners – Saturday February 8, 3:00pm | WATCH HERE
On Friday night the Mariners had a massive second quarter scoring 42 points and ran away from the Bearcats 104-66. They shot 53.7% from the field and every member of their roster scored. Tori Odom came off the bench for a game high 21 points and Tyus Barfoot was outstanding with 12 points and 17 rebounds. Aaron Adrian led the Bearcats with 17 points.
Head to Head
Records – Bearcats 2-12 – Mariners 11-2
Points Per Game – Bearcats 80.5 – Mariners 90.9
Field Goal % - Bearcats 41.4% - Mariners 44.5%
Scoring Leaders – Trent Baker – 21.5 points a game (Bearcats) – Cameron Gay – 18.8 points a game (Mariners)
Rebounding Leaders – Michael Chifan – 7 a game (Bearcats) – Tyus Barfoot – 8.9 a game (Mariners)
Douglas Royals @ Langara Falcons - Saturday February 8, 6:00pm | WATCH HERE
Last night the Royals flew past the Falcons 99-85 on the strength of a 34 point third quarter. They shot 44% from the field behind the game high 28 points from Shane Toporowski who also hauled in 12 rebounds. Reese Morris also had a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Courtney Anderson added 24 points. The Falcons meanwhile fell short despite another dominating performance from Moeiz Athaya and his 26 points and 15 boards.
Head to Head
Records – Royals 14-1 – Falcons 4-9
Points Per Game - Royals – 97.1 – Falcons 91
Field Goal % - Royals 47.3% - Falcons 45.2%
Scoring Leaders – Courtney Anderson – 19.5 points a game (Royals) – Moeiz Athaya – 26.1 points a game* (Falcons)
Rebounding Leaders – Reese Morris – 8 a game (Royals) – Tyler Anderson – 7.7 a game (Falcons)
Okanagan Coyotes 91
Camosun Chargers 88
Friday night the Coyotes scored an important road win over the Chargers moving to within four points of third place. They shot 42.6% from the field and hit 10-three pointers to seal the deal. Matthew Lafontaine had six of those threes and finished with a team high 25 points. Four of the five Coyote starters finished with at least 13 points.
The Chargers on the other hand were led by Shaquille Maharaj and his game high 27 points. Atlas St. Paul-Butler collected a double-double of 10 points and 16 boards.
The rematch goes Saturday morning.