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PostSubject: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Tue Jan 24, 2012 10:55 am

Anybody have a draw yet for this tournament? I'm looking at you BJH or coach C Smile

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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Thu Jan 26, 2012 4:15 pm

the tournament starts next week and I am sure that the schedule will be out shortly. I will post it once I get a copy.
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Thu Jan 26, 2012 4:17 pm

Thank you sir.
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Tue Jan 31, 2012 5:51 pm

the tournament is starting in 2 days?! im assuming the schedule should be out by now if thats the case.
Abit weird and late of their part.
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Wed Feb 01, 2012 7:19 pm

I have no idea what has happened, but there is a schedule. I just got a call from the convenor and was told that there is only 16 teams in this year's tournament and that we are replacing a team who just dropped out. The only game I know of right now is SRB vs Western Tech from Toronto tomorrow at 8:00 pm at Ridgemont. I am sure I will be getting the complete draw soon, but that is all I have for now.
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Thu Feb 02, 2012 9:33 am

First Round Games:

At Ridgemont:
5:00pm St. Pat's vs Christian Academy
(winner goes right in draw, loser goes left)

6:30pm Louis Riel vs Mother Teresa
(loser goes right in draw, winner goes left)

8:00pm Western tech (Toronto) vs Sir Robert Borden
(winner goes right in draw, loser goes left)

1:30pm St. Peter's vs Ashbury
(loser goes right in draw, winner goes left)


At Hillcrest:
5:00pm Hillcrest vs Sacred Heart
(winner goes right in draw, loser goes left)

6:30pm Nicolas Gatineau vs St. Matthew
(loser goes right in draw, winner goes left)

8:00pm Jeanne-Mance (Montreal?) vs Merivale
(winner goes right in draw, loser goes left)

1:30pm Grande Riviere vs Colonel By
(loser goes right in draw, winner goes left)


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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:55 am

Thanks for posting this IrishCK. Just to clarify, SRB has replaced Deslauriers in the draw. Looks like a very competitive field and should be a strong tournament.

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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:23 am

Thanks, I made the change Coach
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PostSubject: Results   Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:29 am

Winners are in bold. I will do what I can to keep it updated.

First Round Games:

At Ridgemont:
5:00pm St. Pat's 74 vs Christian Academy 57
(winner goes right in draw, loser goes left)

6:30pm Louis Riel vs Mother Teresa
(loser goes right in draw, winner goes left)

8:00pm Western Tech (Toronto) vs Sir Robert Borden
(winner goes right in draw, loser goes left)

1:30pm St. Peter's vs Ashbury
(loser goes right in draw, winner goes left)


At Hillcrest:
5:00pm Hillcrest vs Sacred Heart
(winner goes right in draw, loser goes left)

6:30pm Nicolas Gatineau vs St. Matthew
(loser goes right in draw, winner goes left)

8:00pm Jeanne-Mance (Montreal?) vs OIS
(winner goes right in draw, loser goes left)

1:30pm Grande Riviere vs Colonel By
(loser goes right in draw, winner goes left)


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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:32 am

Western Tech (Toronto) over SRB
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:17 am

whats the schedule for today?
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PostSubject: Quater-Final Results   Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:56 pm

Quarter-Final Results:

St.Pat's 84 vs Western Tech 74

Hillcrest 57 vs Jeanne Mance 52

Grande Riviere 78 vs Sacred Heart 56

Christian Academy vs St. Peter's



Semi-Finals:

St. Pat's 68 vs Hillcrest 58


Grande Riviere vs St. Peter's


Finals:
Bronze at 5:00pm
Hillcrest vs Grande Riviere

Gold/Silver at 6:30pm
St. Pat's vs St. Pete's
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Sat Feb 04, 2012 8:55 pm

St Patrick's tops St. Peter's in the Championship game, 63-56 for their first National Capital Classic Championship since 2001.

High Scorer's for the game were Daniel Nwosu with 30 points for St Peter's and 28 points for Marial Shayok for St Patrick's

Tournament All-Stars were
Daniel Nwosu - St Peters
Mike Zablocki - St Peters
Jany Ondongo - St Patricks

Tournament MVP was
Marial Shayok - St Patricks
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PostSubject: History of the Coca-Cola/National Capital Classic   Sun Feb 05, 2012 1:09 am

Rough starting lineups or key players that I remember are included for each finalist.

1989 Final
Lester B Pearson 76 [featuring Steve Brown, 6'5" Pat Serediuk, Curtis Houlden, Chris Lawrence, Todd Ritchie]
Dawson College 'AA' (Montreal) 54 [featuring Tony Rack]
MVP: Chris Lawrence 6'3" F Gr.11, Lester B Pearson - played for St. Mary's U in Halifax after high school
*Pearson went on to win AA OFSAA Bronze

1990 Final
Ridgemont 59 [Andrew Southward, Greg Southward, Matt Churchill, Derek Brunet, Dwight James]
Ajax 45
MVP: ?

1991 Final
Morning Star (Mississauga) 71 [Reggie Oblitey, Keith Johnson, Brian Hazel]
Oakwood (Toronto) 51 [Patrick Johnson, Greg Francis, Gary Durrant, Brien Campbell, Wyeth Clarkson]
MVP: Keith Johnson 6'3" G Gr.13, Morning Star - played for Acadia
*Oakwood competed at AAA OFSAA

1992 [did not record]

1993 Final
Nepean 62 [6'5" Gavin Hole, 6'7" Hugh Rowan-Legg, Ken Whiting, Mike Kronick, Kevin Groh]
Bishop Reding (Milton) 46 [Jesse Ogden, Matt Parent, Tom Diardichuk, Carlo Zoffranieri]
MVP: Ken Whiting G Gr.13, Nepean

1994 Final
Lisgar 68 [6'10" Vigor Kapetanovic, Jon Addy, Ryan Wells, Adam Rambert]
Westview (Toronto) 52 [Spatticus Thomas, J. Jacobs]
MVP: Jon Addy 6'1" G Gr.13, Lisgar - played for both Ottawa & Carleton

1995 Final
St. Matt's 44 [Jamie Trofimczuk, Mark DeGrandpre, Roland Tiamuh, Gregg Martin, JK Flynn]
Colonel By 43 [Jamie MacMillan, Sam Menard, Matt McKechnie, Derek Pratt]
MVP: Jamie Trofimczuk 6'4" C Gr.13r, St. Matt's - played for Algonquin College

1996 Final
Ashbury 67 [6'9" Oggie Kapetanovic, Dean Petridis, Johnson Ku, Dan Baxter, Thomas Waterfall]
St. Pat's 61 [Paul Joseph, Jafeth Maseruka, Ebert Ephraim, Toyin Ajimati, Chabine Tucker]
MVP: Oggie Kapetanovic 6'9" C Gr.12, Ashbury - played NCAA D1 for both Penn & Brown
*Ashbury competed at AA OFSAA

1997 Final
Eastern Commerce (Toronto) 59 [6'5" Vidal Massiah, Erick Wynter, Dwayne Beckford, Kiroh Peterkin, Shawn Dwyer]
Nepean 30 [Wayne Alexander, 6'5" Charlie Cattran, Josh Poirier, Greg Hammil]
MVP: ?

1998 Final
Eastern Commerce (Toronto) 82 [6'6" Vidal Massiah, Kiroh Peterkin, Dwayne Beckford, Gary Gaynor, Shawn Dwyer]
Bayridge (Kingston) 67 [Jeff Huddleston, Jay Fraser, 6'6" Jeff McDonnell, Mike Stevenson, Joe Fraresso]
MVP: Gary Gaynor 5'9" PG Gr.13, Eastern Commerce
*Eastern Commerce won AAA OFSAA Silver
**Bayridge competed at AAA OFSAA

1999 Final
St. James (Guelph) 67 [6'6" Mike King, James Gillingham, Darren Veira, Chris Scott, Mike Rafter]
Bathurst Heights (Toronto) 63 [Steve Morrison, Liviti Clarke, Denham Brown, Deriuck Asante, Andrew Carpenter]
MVP: Mike King 6'6" C Gr.13, St. James - played for NCAA D1 Wisconsin-Green Bay
*St. James won AAA OFSAA Gold
**Bathurst Heights won AAA OFSAA Bronze

2000 Final
Glebe 57 [6'5" Scott Gaffield, 6'6" Adam White, Jon Tschirgi, Damian Williamson, Andrew Gemmell]
Montreal ESC 50 [Yul Michel]
MVP: Scott Gaffield 6'5" F Gr.13, Glebe - played for NCAA D1 Yale

2001 Final
St. Pat's 70 [BJ Charles, John Kulwartin, Ali Mahmoud, Phil Wilson, Titus Guihede, Gus Abou-Assaly]
Woodroffe 63 [Garry Gallimore, Gary Gallimore, Hassan Ali, Ahmed Yusuf, Robinson St. Pierre, Steven Bell]
MVP: John Kulwartin 6'4" C Gr.13, St. Pat's - played 1 year for Carleton
*St. Pat's competed at AAA OFSAA
**Woodroffe competed at AA OFSAA

2002 Final
Oakwood (Toronto) 88 [Phil Hahn, Nemanja Maric, Mike DeGiorgio, Telord Lessekuta, Jamal Fletcher, Jon Wyse]
Sherwood (Hamilton) 64 [Chaz Elhag, Nick Pankerichan, Andrew Corry, Mike Pope, Scott Horlacher]
MVP: Phil Hahn 5'11" PG Gr.13, Oakwood - played for both North Dakota State JuCo & NCAA D1 North Dakota State University
*Oakwood won AAAA OFSAA Silver

2003 Final
Sherwood (Hamilton) 62 [6'7" Dejan Grkovic, Nick Pankerichan, Andrew Corry, Scott Horlacher, Anthony Rennie]
Louis Riel 60 [6'5" Leonel Saintil, Alex Ethier, 6'7" Dax Dessureault, Abdou Aden, JP Michel]
MVP: Nick Pankerichan 6'2" PG Gr.12, Sherwood - played for Guelph
*Sherwood won AAA OFSAA Bronze
**Louis Riel won AA OFSAA Silver

2004 Final
Frontenac (Kingston) 53 [Stu Turnbull, Rob Saunders, Craig Smith, Dee Sterling, Justin Wallace, 6'5" Mitch Leger]
CCVS (Cornwall) 23 [Mike Greig, Michael Rasenberg, Scott Duncan, Bruce Swinden]
MVP: Stu Turnbull 6'2" PG Gr.12r, Frontenac - played for Carleton
*Frontenac won AAAA OFSAA Bronze

2005 Final
Western Tech (Toronto) 63 [Isaac Oppong, Yoosrie Salhia, Aronn Larmond, Festim Mujku, Anthony Gabris]
Samuel Genest 59 [Willy Manigat, 6'5" Alex Wright, Pascal Belony, Matthew Motayo, Nader Salib]
MVP: Isaac Oppong 5'10" PG Gr.12, Western Tech - played for Fleming College, Clinton JuCo, & USC-Salkehatchie JuCo
*Samuel Genest competed at AA OFSAA

2006 Final
Sir Robert Borden 77 [Mike Kenny, Abdul Kosar, Jordan Pleet, 6'6" Jason Wang, Bojan Dodik, Jugo Vukojevic]
GL Roberts (Oshawa) 54 [Matthew Reid, David Reid, Matt Dewson, Amit Sieukumar, T. Henry]
MVP: Mike Kenny 6'0" PG Gr.12r, Sir Robert Borden - played for Carleton
*Sir Robert Borden competed at AAAA OFSAA

2007 Final
Sir Robert Borden 71 [Bojan Dodik, 6'7" Jason Wang, Troy Kenny, Chris Francis, Eitan Maoz, Chris Ossa]
St. Pat's 70 [Greg Carter, Henock Araia, Afeworki Gerberkerestos, Soley Massunken, Brandon Jean, Jesse Duodu]
MVP: Troy Kenny 5'11" PG Gr.11, Sir Robert Borden
*Sir Robert Borden competed at AAAA OFSAA
*St. Pat's competed at AAA OFSAA

2008 Final
PCVS (Peterborough) 62 [Max Clarkson, 6'5" Collin Adams, Alex Holland, Ben Convery, James Callaghan]
Sir Robert Borden 44 [Troy Kenny, Chris Francis, Sekou Kaba, Michael Anderson, Njuguna Waiganjo]
MVP: Max Clarkson 6'0" PG Gr.12r, PCVS - played for Ottawa & Fleming College
*PCVS competed at AAA OFSAA

2009 Final
Glebe 51 [6'6" Devon Stedman, Jacinto Marques, Terence Thomas, 6'5" Mackenzie Simpson, Curtis Gero]
Western Tech (Toronto) 34 [Pedro Cabral, Clinton Redhead, Rushown Francis, Gordel Sharp, Umer Mirza]
MVP: Mackenzie Simpson 6'5" G/F Gr.12r, Glebe - played for St. Lawrence College & Queen's
*Glebe competed at AAAA OFSAA

2010 Final
Parkside (Hamilton) 55 [Quinn Henderson, Kyle Giedraitis, Mark Vanduyvenvoorde, 6'5" Justin Johnson, 6'5" Jeff Hunt]
Sacred Heart 38 [Sean Stoqua, 6'5" Vikas Gill, Rob Van Galder, John Paluch, Brandon Simpson]
MVP: Kyle Giedraitis 6'0" PG Gr.12, Parkside - played for McMaster
*Parkside won AA OFSAA Gold

2011 Final
Hillcrest 48 [Issack Egueh, 6'7" John Lenz, Emad Abdelmagid, Wajdi Abumengel, Gurkaran Bajwa]
Sacred Heart 46 [Sean Stoqua, 6'6" Vikas Gill, Keegan MacNeill, Brandon Simpson, Emmanuel Kwofie, John Paluch]
MVP: Issack Egueh 5'11" G Gr.12, Hillcrest - plays for Brock
*Hillcrest won AAA OFSAA Antique Bronze (4th)
*Sacred Heart competed at AAAA OFSAA

2012 Final
St. Pat's 63 [6'5" Marial Shayok, Jany Ondongo, Ernest Tolete, Alex Nasrallah, Roydell Clarke, Braeden Wilkinson, etc...]
St. Peter 56 [Daniel Nwosu, Mike Zablocki, Jeremy Azangi, Jordan Branker, Will Kafeero, etc...]
MVP: Marial Shayok 6'5" G/F Gr.11, St. Pat's
*St. Pat's competed at AAAA OFSAA


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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Sun Feb 05, 2012 6:21 am

Thanks for the trip down memory lane BJH!
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:18 pm

Yeah thanks BJH! It is always one of the more competitive tournaments in our area and it is nice to see how well the Ottawa teams have performed in it over the years. Congrats to St. Pats on winning a very tough tournament. Beating LCA, Western Tech, Hillcrest, and St. Peters all in one tournament is a nice accomplishment.
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PostSubject: Who's the team to beat?   Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:48 pm

does anybody have comments for the team to bet in ottawa after this tournament?
St Peters seem to come out of nowhere
anybody?
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Sun Feb 05, 2012 4:37 pm

St. Peters has not come out of nowhere. They beat St. Pats in the St. Matts tournament final and I believe that they have won other tournaments as well. Most people had St. Peters as one of the favourites in their preseason predictions. The one thing I would say about the upcoming playoffs for AAA/AAAA is that anyone could beat anyone on any given day. Perhaps St. Pats goes into the playoffs as the team to beat this year, but they have lost to both Louis Riel and St. Peters this year and these teams have lost to the other playoff teams (SRB, Earl, and Glebe).

There is still a lot to be determined for playoff matchups which will be huge. St. Pats gets first for sure but after that any one of St. Peters, Louis Riel, or Earl of March can get the second spot which also means a first round bye. SRB can still finish anywhere from 3-6 (if they beat St. Petes tomorrow they finish either 3 or 4). Glebe can still finish as high as 4th as well and any of SRB, Glebe, St. Petes, or Louis Riel can finish as low as 6th. Needless to say, this is a big final week before playoffs.

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PostSubject: Team to beat   Sun Feb 05, 2012 7:26 pm

coachc wrote:
St. Peters has not come out of nowhere. They beat St. Pats in the St. Matts tournament final and I believe that they have won other tournaments as well. Most people had St. Peters as one of the favourites in their preseason predictions. The one thing I would say about the upcoming playoffs for AAA/AAAA is that anyone could beat anyone on any given day. Perhaps St. Pats goes into the playoffs as the team to beat this year, but they have lost to both Louis Riel and St. Peters this year and these teams have lost to the other playoff teams (SRB, Earl, and Glebe).

There is still a lot to be determined for playoff matchups which will be huge. St. Pats gets first for sure but after that any one of St. Peters, Louis Riel, or Earl of March can get the second spot which also means a first round bye. SRB can still finish anywhere from 3-6 (if they beat St. Petes tomorrow they finish either 3 or 4). Glebe can still finish as high as 4th as well and any of SRB, Glebe, St. Petes, or Louis Riel can finish as low as 6th. Needless to say, this is a big final week before playoffs.


Sorry i didn't know much about st petes, i am in the west.
Thanks coach for all the information. very exciting end to the season. so LR can finish 6?
SRB should beat St. Petes or is that not for sure.
You have a lot of information. you have seen all the teams play.
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Sun Feb 05, 2012 8:31 pm

A lot of things would have to happen for Louis Riel to finish 6th but it is possible: If SRB beats St. Petes, and Louis Riel loses their last two games (Glebe and St. Petes), then LR will finish 6th with Earl 2, SRB 3, St. Pets 4 and Glebe 5. It is possible but it is also just as possible that LR wins their last two games and finishes 2.

As for SRB vs St. Peters, the two teams played on the weekend and St. Peters won. Both teams were missing key players and the game was close until SRB had to foul near the end of the game and St. Peters hit their foul shots. I believe it will be a close game.

Earl should beat Sacred Heart in their last game though SH had a strong showing in the tournament this weekend beating St. Matts so who knows. Of note, LR owns the tie breaker vs Earl as does St. Peters, SRB owns it vs Glebe and Louis Riel, St. Peters owns the tie breaker vs Glebe, and Earl owns the tie breaker vs SRB. The tie breaker between SRB and St. Peters will be decided tomorrow as will the tie breaker between Glebe and LR. The tie breaker between LR and St. Peters will be decided on Wednesday.

One last crazy note is that it is even possible that there is a 5 way tie for second. Should SH upset Earl, Glebe and St.Petes beat LR, SRB beat St. Peters then all 5 teams would be 6 and 4. I believe at that point all tie breaking formats are out the window and all 5 spots would be decided by coin toss!! Incredibly unlikely but possible!
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PostSubject: Re: NATIONAL CAPITAL CLASSIC...    Mon Feb 06, 2012 7:44 pm

BJH wrote:
Rough starting lineups or key players that I remember are included for each finalist.

1989 Final
Lester B Pearson 76 [featuring 5'10" Steve Brown, 6'5" Pat Serediuk, 6'0" Curtis Houlden, 6'3" Chris Lawrence, 6'2" Todd Ritchie]
Dawson College 'AA' (Montreal) 54 [featuring Tony Rack]
MVP: Chris Lawrence 6'3" F Gr.11, Lester B Pearson - played for St. Mary's U in Halifax after high school
*Pearson went on to win AA OFSAA Bronze

Which would have been silver if not for the horrible hometown refereeing in Timmins. Laughing

Did the tournament have a different name back then? I remember this game at Merrivale and I think it included the school in the tournament name.

(P.S. I added the other heights.)
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