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PostSubject: NCSSAA Champions (1980-present)   Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:48 pm

With the playoffs running across the city this week and beyond, I thought it would be interesting to take a look into the past to see who brought home city championships in years past. Below are yearly results of city championship games & top performers for that school (with school they played basketball for after high school, if applicable). There have been format changes to city championships & those have been mentioned. Please, if you see any corrections or additions that should be there, pass it on. Good luck to all teams looking to add their names to history!

NCSSAA AAA Champions

1980: St. Pius 62, Hillcrest 56
Champions’ Top Performers (TP): 6’5” Willie Hinz (McGill), Peter Corr, Tom Timlin, Gary Sullivan

1981: Bell 59, Woodroffe 56 in Overtime
TP: Chris Jonsson (Niagara University), Vilhelm Boggild (McGill/Waterloo), Jeff Grosspietsch (Ottawa/Algonquin), Andrew Thuswaldner, Ian Jonsson
*Bell made the OFSAA AAA semifinals

1982: Bell 47, Woodroffe 45
TP: Chris Jonsson (Niagara), Jeff Grosspietsch (Ottawa/Algonquin), Andrew Thuswaldner, Grant Lawrence, 6’6” Anthony Stewart, Jim Turner (Ottawa)

1983: St. Pius 75, Sir John A Macdonald 47
TP: Tony House (Manitoba), Terry Garrow (Manitoba), Geoff House (Manitoba/Simon Fraser), 6’8” Steve Mau (Concordia), 6’5” Tom Chadwick (St. Francis Xavier), 6’7” Chris Mindach (Mercyhurst)

1984: St. Pius 64, Ridgemont 53
TP: Geoff House (Manitoba/Simon Fraser), 6’8” Chris Mindach (Mercyhurst), Lenny Lecci, Andy Nera, Kevin Chadwick

1985: Fisher Park 34, St. Pius 28
TP: Paul Draper (Carleton/Canadore), Dave Webster, Eddie Collins, Bret Wilson

1986: St. Pius 45, Canterbury 42
TP: 6’9” Peter Ruiter (Carleton), 6’7” Tim Mau (Guelph), Marty Corcoran, Steve Bagshaw, Kevin Chadwick

1987: Sir Robert Borden 69, Woodroffe 44
TP: Larry Elliot (Carleton), Rob Ager, 6’5” Leacroft Panton, Doug Elliot (Carleton), Kevin Lee

1988: Sir Robert Borden beat Woodroffe
TP: Steve Anderson (Simon Fraser/Windsor), David Munro (Simon Fraser), Brian Lee (St. Francis Xavier), Doug Elliot (Carleton), Rob Ager, Kevin Lee, Mark Elliott, Rob Krog

1989: Sir Robert Borden 86, Ridgemont 48
TP: Steve Anderson (Simon Fraser/Windsor), David Munro (Simon Fraser), Brian Lee (St. Francis Xavier), Doug Elliot (Carleton), Mark Elliott, Gord Kritsch, Steve Faught
*SRB won OFSAA AAA Silver

1990: Sir Robert Borden 86, Nepean 72
TP: Steve Anderson (Simon Fraser/Windsor), David Munro (Simon Fraser), Brian Lee (St. Francis Xavier), Steve Dever (Carleton/Algonquin/Niagara), Mark Elliott, Gord Kritsch, Steve Faught [6’6” Sean O’Brien (Simon Fraser) - OFSAA ineligible]
*SRB won OFSAA AAA Antique Bronze (4th Place)

1991: Nepean 77, Lester B Pearson 59
TP: Brad Campbell (Western), Bryan Eburne (Algonquin), Erik Gordon, Matt Whiting, Ian Rose, Gavin Hole

1992: Woodroffe 79, Gloucester 43
TP: Shawn Swords (Laurentian), 6’5” Jeff Traversy, Chris Saygon (Canadore), Marco Dinardo, Henry Garbrah (Humber)

1993: St. Matthew’s 49, Glebe 45
TP: Jamie Trofimczuk (Algonquin), Brayden White, Mike Smith, Jamie MacKinnon, Mike Robichaud, Jason Palmer, John-Kevin Flynn

1994: Sir Robert Borden 64, Hillcrest 50
TP: Steve Dynie (Simon Fraser), John Doherty (St. Mary’s), Wayne Thompson, Hugh Irwin, James MacLean, John Purdy (Queen’s), Steve Presser, Brock MacNab, Ryan Bell (Western)
*SRB won OFSAA AAA Silver

1995: Sir Robert Borden 66, Laurentian 45
TP: John Doherty (St. Mary’s), Ryan Bell (Western), John Purdy (Queen’s), 6’6” Richard Anderson (Simon Fraser), David Brophy, James MacLean, Brock MacNab, Darin Davidson

1996: St. Matthew’s 59, St. Patrick’s 58
TP: Gregg Martin, Roland Tiamuh (Algonquin), David Schow (Algonquin), Vasco Martinov (Algonquin), Jason Frederick, Prasanth Tella, Jason Lavictoire

1997: Woodroffe 62, St. Peter 59
TP: Abraham Osman (Algonquin), Boz Morris, Andrew Rowe, David Haarsma, Phil Jeanty, Miki Pantic (Algonquin), Abdi Mubarak, Ainsworth Morris

1998: Woodroffe 83, Sir Wilfrid Laurier 78
TP: Jonathan Bell (Durham/Algonquin/St. Francis Xavier), David Haarsma, Phil Jeanty, Neil Collier (Mount Royal), Abdi Mubarak, Paul Ifill

1999: St. Patrick’s 62, Glebe 50
TP: Dove Lutaaya (Algonquin/Loyalist), BJ Charles (Carleton/Algonquin), John Kulwartin (Carleton), Dion Williams (St. Francis Xavier), Jose Flores, CJ Anderson (Algonquin), Richard Bowes, Edilson Silva (Durham)
*St. Patrick's won OFSAA AAA Antique Bronze

2000: St. Patrick’s 81, Woodroffe 53
TP: BJ Charles (Carleton/Algonquin), John Kulwartin (Carleton), Dion Williams (St. Francis Xavier), Jose Flores, Edilson Silva (Durham), Ali Mahmoud (Ottawa), Gus Abou-Assaly, Richard Bowes
*St. Patrick's won OFSAA AAA Silver

2001: St. Patrick’s 57, Brookfield 42
TP: BJ Charles (Carleton/Algonquin), John Kulwartin (Carleton), Ali Mahmoud (Ottawa), Phil Wilson (Carleton), Titus Guihede (Windsor), Gus Abou-Assaly, Tosin Ajimati (Algonquin), Gary Pierre (SUNY-Canton)


NEW FORMAT - AAAA classification added (2002-2007)

2002

4A: Hillcrest 50, Sir Robert Borden 47
TP: Sean Peter (Ottawa/Trinity Western), 6’5” Jamie Corinaldi (Ottawa), Soran Ilkhanizadeh (Algonquin), Arun Lamba, Jama Mahamoud

3A: Samuel Genest 61, Woodroffe 44
TP: Osvaldo Jeanty (Carleton), Jean-Emmanuel Jean-Marie (Carleton), Pascal Rene, Jimmy Manigat, Sebastien Cholette, 6’5” Didier Doirin (Carleton/Algonquin)
*Samuel Genest won OFSAA AAA Antique Bronze

2003

4A: Hillcrest 62, St. Patrick’s 53
TP: Sean Peter (Ottawa/Trinity Western), Corey McLaren (Laurier), Beau Doherty, Alex Beaton, Sanjaya Mendis

3A: Woodroffe 58, St. Matthew’s 35
TP: Garry Gallimore (St. Francis Xavier), Dwayne Johnson (Vanier/St. Francis Xavier), Steven Bell (Algonquin), Abdi Omar, Alin Yusuf, Aaron Blakely

2004

4A: St. Patrick’s 51, Sir Robert Borden 39
TP: Alex Sabino-Ifill (Champlain-St. Lambert/Northern Michigan), Nick Reynolds, Brandon Weekes, Tyson Wilson, Hussein Mahmoud, Patrick Bush (Algonquin/Acadia)

3A: St. Matthew’s 60, Louis Riel 57
TP: Erik Galas (McGill), Kevin O’Hearn (Ottawa), Peter Lavictoire, Mark Neumann (Algonquin), Chris Reid

2005

4A: Sir Robert Borden 64, St. Patrick’s 60 in Overtime
TP: Mike Kenny (Carleton), 6’8” Kevin McCleery (Carleton), Abdul Kosar (Algonquin), Bojan Dodik (Ottawa), Nick Millen, Jordan Pleet

3A: St. Peter 55, St. Matthew’s 46
TP: Ralph Deguzman, Rod Kasongo, Luc Minani (Algonquin/Ottawa), Robert Ifedi, Pat Mooney, Bruce Camp

2006

4A: Sir Robert Borden 62, Gloucester 38
TP: Mike Kenny (Carleton), Abdul Kosar (Algonquin), Bojan Dodik (Ottawa), Jordan Pleet, 6’6” Jason Wang (Dalhousie), Jugo Vukojevic, Cedric Colas, Eitan Maoz

3A: St. Matthew’s 58, St. Peter 47
TP: Adam Stern, Craig Levy, Doug O’Hearn, Mike Foucault, Vince O’Hearn

2007

4A: Sir Robert Borden 56, Glebe 42
TP: Bojan Dodik (Ottawa), 6’7” Jason Wang (Dalhousie), Troy Kenny, Chris Francis, Eitan Maoz, Chris Ossa, Njuguna Waiganjo (Algonquin/Lakeland), Kevin Rogers, Sasa Arnautovic

3A: St. Patrick’s 67, Nepean 45
TP: Greg Carter (Lakehead), Henock Araia (Malcolm X JuCo/Windsor), Afeworki Gerberkerestos (Ryerson), Soley Massunken, Brandon Jean (Holland College), Jesse Duodu (Algonquin), Jamael Babineau (Western Nebraska JuCo/Ryerson), Stevy Biayi (Cambrian)


NEW FORMAT (2008-2015)

2008

3A/4A: St. Patrick’s 70 (opts for 3A), Colonel By 66 (4A)
3A TP: Greg Carter (Lakehead), Afeworki Gerberkerestos (Ryerson), Brandon Jean (Holland College), Jesse Duodu (Algonquin), Jamael Babineau (Western Nebraska JuCo/Ryerson), Philbert Louis (Cambrian)
4A TP: 6’5” Chris Stinson (Brock), 6’5” Nick Nishikawa (McGill), Jamil Abiad (Bishop’s), Greg Wright, Cainan Querido, Brendan Campbell
*St. Patrick's won OFSAA AAA Gold

2009

3A: St. Matthew’s 70, Sir Robert Borden 54
4A: Glebe 71, Bell 49
3A TP: 6’6” Tyson Hinz (Carleton), Scott Ring (Carleton/Bishop’s), Garnet Blais (Algonquin), Jeremy Leonard-Smith (Bishop’s/Victoria), Kyle Ring, Gavin Resch (Carleton)
4A TP: 6’6” Devon Stedman (Dalhousie), Jacinto Marques (Algoma), 6’5” Mackenzie Simpson (St. Lawrence/Queen’s), Terence Thomas (St. Lawrence), Curtis Gero, Tyler Shirley
*St. Matthew's won OFSAA AAA Gold

2010

3A/4A: Sir Robert Borden 64 (opts for 3A), St. Matthew’s 49 (4A)
3A TP: 6’5” Nikola Misljencevic (Queen’s), Amir Majidi (Algonquin), Jamal Aden (Fleming), 6’7” Calin Deguefe, Amin Majidi, Farhan Awaleh
4A TP: Gavin Resch (Carleton), Ykealo “Kiwi” Araia (Edmonds JuCo), Matt Price, Cedric Dumais, Rob Anastasov

2011

3A/4A: Sacred Heart 55 (opts for 4A), Hillcrest 44 (3A)
3A TP: Issack Egueh (Brock), 6’7” John Lenz (Queen’s), Emad Abdelmagid, Wajdi Abumengel, Gurkaran Bajwa
4A TP: Sean Stoqua (Acadia), 6’6” Vikas Gill (Ottawa), Keegan MacNeill (Memorial), Brandon Simpson, Emmanuel Kwofie (Memorial/Algonquin), John Paluch
*Hillcrest won OFSAA AAA Antique Bronze

2012

3A/4A: St. Pat's 61 (opts for 4A), Louis Riel 55 (goes to 4A)
St. Pat's: 6'5" Marial Shayok (Virginia), Roydell Clarke (St. Francis Xavier), Ernest Tolete (Fanshawe), Jany Ondongo (Sault), Sheldon Jean (Georgian), Chris Nsenga
Louis Riel: Christian Kadima, 6'6" Raphael Riche (La Cite), 6'9" Mike Quinn (La Cite), Afi Ahmed, Emmanuel Bolamba (St. Lawrence/Niagara), Warsama Youssouf (St. Lawrence)

2013

3A/4A: St. Pat's 66 (3A), Glebe 50 (4A)
St. Pat's: Roydell Clarke (St. Francis Xavier), Braeden Wilkinson (Georgian), Chris Nsenga, Sheldon Jean (Georgian), Jephte Francois, Gatluak Reathmun, Chris Anderson (Georgian/Algonquin)
Glebe: 6'6" Josh Millar (St. Francis Xavier), Yasiin Joseph (Carleton), Hamza Salah, Antony Flores (Lakehead), Troy Webster, Adil Abdi
*St. Pat's won OFSAA AAA Silver

2014

3A/4A: Glebe 57 (4A), St. Pat's 53 (3A) in overtime
Glebe: Yasiin Joseph (Carleton), Antony Flores (Lakehead), Troy Webster, Jamal Gill, Zak Meguader, Jacob Orellana
St. Pat's: Mike Miller, Muhammed Kabeya, Jephte Francois, Yan Omanyundu, 6'5" Lock Lam, Stefan Vijackic, Ryan Kabuya, Malik Thompson
*St. Pat's won OFSAA AAA Antique Bronze

2015

3A/4A:  St. Pat's 68 (3A), Glebe 64 (4A) in 3 OTs
St. Pat's: Muhammed Kabeya, 6'6" Lock Lam, Ryan Kabuya, Nathan Garcia, Elijah Davidson, Tayo Onabajo (St. Lawrence), Michael Soy (St. Lawrence)
Glebe: Antony Flores (Lakehead), Troy Webster, Zak Meguader, Shamar Phillips-Williams, Balsha Vukovic, Joseph Mader

NEW FORMAT - 4A abolished (2016-present)

2016

3A: St. Pat's 83, Longfields-Davidson Heights 43
St. Pat's: 6'7" Lock Lam, Ryan Kabuya, Elijah Davidson, Alston Harris, Nathan Garcia, Matt Desrosiers, Adhal Bwolo
LDH: Jevon Westcarth, Patrick Mpoyi, Waleed El-Bhesey, Jesse Tamming, Kollie Soriba


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PostSubject: NCSSAA AA Champions (1987-2011)   Sun Feb 12, 2012 6:28 pm

NCSSAA AA Champions (1987-2011)

1987: South Carleton 69, Lester B Pearson 63
TP: Brad Rollo (Laurentian), BJ Vickers, Scott Warren (Algonquin), Kevin Perkins, Chris Clarke
*South Carleton won OFSAA AA Bronze(?) Medal

1988: Lester B Pearson beat South Carleton, 2 games to 1
TP: Steve Brown (Carleton/Algonquin), 6’5” Pat Serediuk (Carleton/Algonquin), Curtis Houlden (Durham/Carleton/Algonquin)

1989: Lester B Pearson on basis of Carleton Board title, 50-42, over Sir Robert Borden
TP: Steve Brown (Carleton/Algonquin), 6’5” Pat Serediuk (Carleton/Algonquin), Curtis Houlden (Durham/Carleton/Algonquin), Chris Lawrence (St. Mary’s), Todd Ritchie, Dean Prigent
*Lester B Pearson won Bronze Medal

1990: Lester B Pearson 67, Ridgemont 58
TP: 6’5” Pat Serediuk (Carleton/Algonquin), Curtis Houlden (Durham/Carleton/Algonquin), Chris Lawrence (St. Mary’s), Dean Prigent, Art Blommesteijn

1991: St. Paul’s 47, Rideau 37
TP: Roy Walker, Chris Hall (Algonquin), Declan Bonner

1992: Lester B Pearson 47, St. Paul's 36
TP: Brendan Marsden, Dylan Loy

1993: St. Paul’s 57, Holy Trinity 44
TP: Chris Hall (Algonquin), 6’7” Mike Keays, 6’6” Carlton Reid (Algonquin), Tim Fallis

1994: Colonel By
TP: Jamie MacMillan, Sam Menard (Bishop’s), Matt McKechnie (Carleton), Derek Pratt

1995: Louis Riel 80, Ashbury 72
TP: Ibrahim Tounkara (Ottawa), Willy Ade-Nangah (Algonquin), Jeff Armstrong (Algonquin/Ottawa), 6’8” Alain Lamoureux
*Louis Riel won Silver Medal

1996: Ashbury 67, Lester B Pearson 47
TP: 6’9” Oggie Katepanovic (Brown/Penn), Dean Petridis (Carleton), Johnson Ku, 6'5" Dan Baxter, Tom Waterfall

1997: JS Woodsworth 60, Ashbury 49
TP: Saeed Kosar (Fanshawe/Algonquin), 6’6” Henry Rogers (UNB), Osman Kosar (St. Lawrence), Dave Barbier, Mohammed Ali (St. Lawrence/Algonquin)
*JS Woodsworth won Antique Bronze Medal

1998: Ashbury 60, Louis Riel 54
TP: 6’6” Matt Baxter, Duncan Rawlinson, Nick Seppala, Tom Buckley, Greg Seppala (Algonquin)

1999: Ridgemont 66, Lester B Pearson 56
TP: Ahmed “Beenie” Eman (Algonquin/RMC/Loyalist), Tyrone Baugh (Algonquin), Phil Wilson (Carleton), Ahmed Omar, Ahmed Ali

2000: Ridgemont 48, Ashbury 40 in Overtime
TP: Ahmed Ali, Hussein Yusuf (Loyalist/Algonquin), Zackery Dahir (Algonquin), Barry Tieu, Abdul Aziz-Sabri

2001: Woodroffe 71, Lester B Pearson 62
TP: Garry Gallimore (St. Francis Xavier), Gary Gallimore, Hassan Ali (Algonquin), Robinson St. Pierre, Ahmed Yusuf, Steven Bell (Algonquin)

2002: Rideau 61, Lester B Pearson 58 in triple Overtime
TP: Quentin Eltvik, 6’5” Mike Kulinda, Amir Faza, Aweys Ahmed

2003: Louis Riel 47, Holy Trinity 32
TP: 6’5” Leonel Saintil (Memorial/Acadia), Alex Ethier (Ottawa), 6’7” Dax Dessureault (Ottawa), Abdou Aden, JP Michel, 6’5” Mohamed Daud
*Louis Riel won Silver Medal

2004: Ridgemont 61, Rideau 47
TP: Sharmarke Ismail (Laurier), Dwayne Edwards, Saad Farah, Farah Ali, 6’5” Adam Warsame

2005: Samuel Genest 60, AY Jackson 47
TP: Willy Manigat (Ottawa/Carleton), Nader Salib (La Cite), 6’5” Alex Wright (Ottawa), Pascal Belony (La Cite), Matthew Motayo (La Cite)

2006: Garneau 51, Notre Dame 49
TP: 6’7” Yannick Anzuluni (Houghton), 6’8” Louis Gauthier (La Cite/Ottawa), Daniel Marchand (La Cite), Steve Jean-Baptiste (La Cite), Sean McNeely

2007: Notre Dame 62, Mother Teresa 48
TP: William Donkoh (St. Francis Xavier), Noah Poku, Christian Kanku (Algonquin), 6’6” Patrick Lumumba (Algonquin), Danny Renaud

2008: AY Jackson 52, Immaculata 38
TP: Anthony Hinds (Algonquin), 6’6” Denis Dervisevic (Algonquin), Jordan Erskine, 6’7” Ryan Heffernan, Sean McCarthy, Patrick McCarthy
*AY Jackson won Gold Medal

2009: Ridgemont 68, Immaculata 61
TP: Nehemiah Campbell (Algonquin), Samr Farhat (Algonquin), Nagi Mengel, Osman Faqi, Ayanle Aden, Faysal “Too Short” Abdullahi

2010: Lester B Pearson 68, St. Paul's 50
TP: Johnny Berhanemeskel (Ottawa), 6’8” Achuil Lual (Crandall/St. Mary's), Mike Placide, Josh Kabongo (La Cite), Darren Pagal

2011: Louis Riel 67, Lester B Pearson 48
TP: 6’5” Raphael Riche (La Cite), Christian Kadima, Afi Ahmed, Warsama Youssouf (St. Lawrence), John Dorsainvil

2012: St. Matt's 72, Immaculata 62
TP: Sebastian Mangan, Mack Wakefield, Andrew Bayne, Keonte Mouaga, Ben Rozman, Mike Black

2013: Immaculata 71, St. Francis Xavier 64
TP: Jacques Lukusa, Maxime Boursiquot, Ameer El Badry, Sylvain Mbuyamba, Sinan Yongacoglu, Julian Cincoleon

2014: Merivale 50, Immaculata 44
TP: Shymar Brewster (Casper JuCo), Kevin Metelus, Umed Hyderi, 6'6" Sam Wilson (Algonquin), Marwan Saeed, Shadra Su, 6'6" Salih Mohamed, Jermaine McTavish, Youness Demnati
*Merivale won Bronze Medal

2015: Merivale 72, St. Paul's 59
TP: Kevin Metelus, Umed Hyderi, Ali Sow, Marwan Saeed, Pu Plet Su, Mohammed Abdullahi
*Merivale won Bronze Medal

2016: Ashbury 55, Franco Ouest 38
TP: 6'5" Noah Kirkwood, Lloyd Pandi, 6'8" Owen Boisvert


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PostSubject: Re: NCSSAA Champions (1980-present)   Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:36 pm

BJH wrote:
1988: Lester B Pearson beat South Carleton, 2 games to 1
TP: Steve Brown (Carleton), 6’5” Pat Serediuk (Algonquin), Curtis Houlden (Algonquin/Carleton)

1989: Lester B Pearson on basis of Carleton Board title, 50-42, over Sir Robert Borden
TP: Steve Brown (Carleton), 6’5” Pat Serediuk (Algonquin), Curtis Houlden (Algonquin/Carleton), Chris Lawrence (St. Mary’s), Todd Ritchie, Dean Prigent
*Lester B Pearson won Bronze Medal

1990: Lester B Pearson 67, Ridgemont 58
TP: 6’5” Pat Serediuk (Algonquin), Curtis Houlden (Algonquin/Carleton), Chris Lawrence (St. Mary’s), Dean Prigent, Art Blommesteijn

Thanks for the trip down memory lane, Barry. A few memories of my own from the three straight championships won by Pearson.

1988: Pearson was the heavy underdog with only one grade 13 starter (Brian Rose) and South Carleton returning Brad Rollo and much of the previous year's championship squad. Pearson caught South Carleton sleeping in game oen on the Wednesday evening but then were blown out by South Carleton two nights later. (This was followed by the mother of all Vanier bingo hall parties Laughing) On Saturday afternoon in game three, Mike Bond had the team slow the tempo right down to draw South Carleton out of their zone and the score was something like 6-2 after one quarter. Once South Carleton was dragged out of their zone, Pearson went to town on the man-to-man matchups and won handily. At OFSAA, they lost in the second round I believe but eventually advanced to the consolation final.

1989: Pearson and Borden battled for the top rank in the city all season. Borden won both league matchups and the final of what was called the referee's tournament at the time. Pearson won the high profile Norm Fenn final and every other tournament they played that season with the exception of the first one. League play was unpredictable. Borden was the clear #1 team with a 9-1 record while Pearson, Gloucester, Bell, and Pius were grouped at 5-5 or 4-6 while South Carleton brought up the rear at 3-7. The championship game was a grudge match with Pearson pulling away in the fourth. I remember Pearson using the fast break effectively every time they brought in Dean Prigent to quarterback it. He was a master of finding the open man up the court. After the game, Mike Bond playfully told the convener (from Pius) that he would like to play AAA instead. The convener threatened to have him kneecapped so Borden went on to beat Ridgemont in the AAA final while the Ottawa Board AA champion (Immaculata, IIRC but I could be wrong) declined to play Pearson. Pearson went into AA OFSAA in Timmins ranked #1. Back then, 1 played 4 and 2 played 3 in the first round to ensure that each side of the draw would later have two of the top four teams. Pearson lost to Timmins by 1 in an example of hometown refereeing that would make even areas with a bad rep today blush. Pat Serediuk was literally mauled to the ground on more than one occasion (including a potential game winning layup attempt) with no call. Timmins reward was a gold medal blowout loss to Chatham while Pearson lost a much closer game to the same Chatham squad in the semi-finals and then went on to win bronze.

My memories of 1990 are fuzzier because I had graduated the year before and only saw them play a couple of times. However, I remember the AA final against Ridgemont starting with a neat little trick by the Ridgemont fans. They had brought in a couple of hundred issues of the Charlatan and, as Pearson's lineup was announced, opened them up and pretended to read them in a "who cares" moment. It was cute but it was the closest anyone got to bothering Pearson all game.

In 1991, Pearson was over the AA size limit by two students and OFSAA rules didn't allow for appeals on school classification back then. The upside was knocking rivals Borden out of further OFSAA contention in the Carleton final but the down side was having their star player, Curtis Houlden, taken out by a scrub in the waning moments of the blowout. Without Curtis in the lineup, Pearson had no chance against Brad Campbell (and Dave Smart's?) Nepean squad. It was the last hurrah for that era of Pearson basketball and it;s interesting to speculate what might have happened with a full lineup or two fewer students in the school.
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PostSubject: 1989   Thu Feb 23, 2012 10:23 pm

There is a always problem when teams lose to Timmins High. Timmins
High played their game at Theriault with one offensive play and one defensive play. These are provinical level officials not teachers, coaches at Timmins High.

The team thought they would lose that game and have a better chance in the draw. There were problems when Timmins High Beating Morningstar with Bobby Allen in Sudbury. Problems with a wins over Woodroffe ( shawn Swords was on at he team), St,Piuss, Belleville N., O'Gorman, ( single a gold medal champions), Elliot Lake ( Peter Brown)
Timmins High beat Belleville in a intense game. Timmins High was down 8 points at the end of the fourth quarter.

Timmins High did not play with their starting center and two players had ankle problems.

Don't say Timmins High gets calls playing at Theriault.

Was there problems when Timmins High beat Lester Pearson this year.

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PostSubject: Re: NCSSAA Champions (1980-present)   Fri Feb 24, 2012 10:21 pm

I was commenting on what I witnessed with my own eyes in 1989; I did not see any of the other games you mentioned in your post so I am not sure what response you are expecting. Anyone who knows my posting history here and on HooptownGTA knows I am not prone to exaggerated rhetoric or bias in favour of my own school/region/etc. so I will leave it at that.
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PostSubject: Ofsaa   Sat Feb 25, 2012 11:03 am

I was present at the game and present at the ofsaa gold medal game.

I did'n't hear any complaints during the game, after the game or later on at Top Hat amusements. Both team had players present playing video games after the game

The game was played at Theriault and Timmins was expecting to lose this game. The game was not important to Timmins High and it didn't help us win any type of medal

Timmins High was down 8 points afte the 3 quarter in the gold medal . Chatham who won the aa gold and had memberson their team that won the A gold medal the previous year ( they were from a different school in chatham). Two schools merger together.

I notice criticism to the present coach at Timmins High, a notion that Timmins High recuits. Calls made to help Timmins High win a non meaningful game being played at Theriault.

I don't know too many Officials that wanted tp help Hugh Meyer win a tournament, or Ofsaa. It would have 3 more gold medals espeically one played in Timmins that they lost by one point in the final

Why isn't people critical of schools in Ottawa who recently won aaa volleyball, basketball-girls and other tournaments recently and able to have students live in Hull/Gatineau, attend classes half the day and able to practise the 2nd half of the day.
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PostSubject: Re: NCSSAA Champions (1980-present)   Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:52 pm

Interesting debate beginning here. I will vouch for Xavier that he is not one to exaggerations and hype as I have read many of his posts here and hooptown. However, it never ceases to amaze me how people can watch the exact same game at the same time yet have such different perspectives. It is interesting, however, that timmins50 recognizes that many people have had concerns when they lost to timmins yet for some reason all of these other people are sore losers or misunderstanding what took place but the concerns are all unfounded or flat out wrong???

As for the concerns that timmins50 raises here in Ottawa about the lack of criticism about some questionable decisions made by some teams (volleyball etc.), all I would say is that of course no one is talking about them here. First, this is a basketball site and there would be minimal discussion, if any, about volleyball. And girls basketball does not get a great deal of attention on this site either rightly or wrongly. Nonetheless, rest assured that the issues that you refer to have been debated, criticized, and clearly objected to by many people in different forums. Indeed, our association leaders have dealt with the issues.

For the record, our team played timmins this year and lost. I had no issues with the officials or the players and coaches from timmins. I have also played against timmins as a player in the past and never had anything but respect for a quality program. I would highly doubt that outside of northern ontario, not too many teams would be to upset with the timmins program, though I have heard many in northern communities express concerns but these are likely out of frustrations of never beating Timmins!!
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PostSubject: Re: NCSSAA Champions (1980-present)   Tue Mar 12, 2013 1:51 am

Updated champions from this past season.
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PostSubject: Re: NCSSAA Champions (1980-present)   Thu Mar 14, 2013 12:44 pm

BJH wrote:
NCSSAA AA Champions (1987-2011)

2013: Immaculata 71, St. Francis Xavier 64
TP: Jacques Lukusa, Maxime Boursiquot, Ameer El Badry, Sylvain Mbuyamba, Sinan Yongacoglu


Why is Julian Cincoleon not on the lineup? he started in the semi finals and in the finals too i believed, and he has played a significant role on the Immaculata team all season long.
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PostSubject: Re: NCSSAA Champions (1980-present)   Thu Mar 14, 2013 7:33 pm

I would not take it as a slight. He only puts the key guys from each team not necessarily the starting five. Basically I would look at it as the five guys that opposing coaches would game plan for when matching up. If you look at the entire lists, not all of them have five guys listed though I am sure that each team played five players.
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PostSubject: Re: NCSSAA Champions (1980-present)   Fri Mar 15, 2013 2:46 am

baller29 wrote:
BJH wrote:
NCSSAA AA Champions (1987-2011)

2013: Immaculata 71, St. Francis Xavier 64
TP: Jacques Lukusa, Maxime Boursiquot, Ameer El Badry, Sylvain Mbuyamba, Sinan Yongacoglu


Why is Julian Cincoleon not on the lineup? he started in the semi finals and in the finals too i believed, and he has played a significant role on the Immaculata team all season long.

Added Julian. Thanks.
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PostSubject: Great post   Tue Apr 14, 2015 3:20 pm

I'm not sure who it is that posted this one but its right on the money.  Wink  I remember that game like it was yesterday when we played in their gym in Timmins @ OFSAA.  Right on the money about the fouls as well, some terrible no calls and that last one was a heart-breaker.  I was pulled hard from behind me as I was going in alone, ball went straight up in the air so clearly no contact made with the ball.  No call, ridiculous!

I remember Mike Bond going out of his mind and I came to the bench and kicked one of those plastic chairs they had us sitting on so hard that it went 10 feet up the wall.  You work so hard for so long and then to have "homer" refs clearly just take it away.  Tough one to swallow for sure because I know we matched up well against Chatham.  Sometimes refs call bad games and that happens but this was atrocious.  

Good days though back then and great HS basketball in the city.  Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

Cheers,

Pat Serediuk

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1988: Lester B Pearson beat South Carleton, 2 games to 1
TP: Steve Brown (Carleton), 6’5” Pat Serediuk (Algonquin), Curtis Houlden (Algonquin/Carleton)

1989: Lester B Pearson on basis of Carleton Board title, 50-42, over Sir Robert Borden
TP: Steve Brown (Carleton), 6’5” Pat Serediuk (Algonquin), Curtis Houlden (Algonquin/Carleton), Chris Lawrence (St. Mary’s), Todd Ritchie, Dean Prigent
*Lester B Pearson won Bronze Medal

1990: Lester B Pearson 67, Ridgemont 58
TP: 6’5” Pat Serediuk (Algonquin), Curtis Houlden (Algonquin/Carleton), Chris Lawrence (St. Mary’s), Dean Prigent, Art Blommesteijn

Thanks for the trip down memory lane, Barry. A few memories of my own from the three straight championships won by Pearson.

1988: Pearson was the heavy underdog with only one grade 13 starter (Brian Rose) and South Carleton returning Brad Rollo and much of the previous year's championship squad. Pearson caught South Carleton sleeping in game oen on the Wednesday evening but then were blown out by South Carleton two nights later. (This was followed by the mother of all Vanier bingo hall parties  Laughing) On Saturday afternoon in game three, Mike Bond had the team slow the tempo right down to draw South Carleton out of their zone and the score was something like 6-2 after one quarter. Once South Carleton was dragged out of their zone, Pearson went to town on the man-to-man matchups and won handily. At OFSAA, they lost in the second round I believe but eventually advanced to the consolation final.

1989: Pearson and Borden battled for the top rank in the city all season. Borden won both league matchups and the final of what was called the referee's tournament at the time. Pearson won the high profile Norm Fenn final and every other tournament they played that season with the exception of the first one. League play was unpredictable. Borden was the clear #1 team with a 9-1 record while Pearson, Gloucester, Bell, and Pius were grouped at 5-5 or 4-6 while South Carleton brought up the rear at 3-7. The championship game was a grudge match with Pearson pulling away in the fourth. I remember Pearson using the fast break effectively every time they brought in Dean Prigent to quarterback it. He was a master of finding the open man up the court. After the game, Mike Bond playfully told the convener (from Pius) that he would like to play AAA instead. The convener threatened to have him kneecapped so Borden went on to beat Ridgemont in the AAA final while the Ottawa Board AA champion (Immaculata, IIRC but I could be wrong) declined to play Pearson. Pearson went into AA OFSAA in Timmins ranked #1. Back then, 1 played 4 and 2 played 3 in the first round to ensure that each side of the draw would later have two of the top four teams. Pearson lost to Timmins by 1 in an example of hometown refereeing that would make even areas with a bad rep today blush. Pat Serediuk was literally mauled to the ground on more than one occasion (including a potential game winning layup attempt) with no call. Timmins reward was a gold medal blowout loss to Chatham while Pearson lost a much closer game to the same Chatham squad in the semi-finals and then went on to win bronze.

My memories of 1990 are fuzzier because I had graduated the year before and only saw them play a couple of times. However, I remember the AA final against Ridgemont starting with a neat little trick by the Ridgemont fans. They had brought in a couple of hundred issues of the Charlatan and, as Pearson's lineup was announced, opened them up and pretended to read them in a "who cares" moment. It was cute but it was the closest anyone got to bothering Pearson all game.

In 1991, Pearson was over the AA size limit by two students and OFSAA rules didn't allow for appeals on school classification back then. The upside was knocking rivals Borden out of further OFSAA contention in the Carleton final but the down side was having their star player, Curtis Houlden, taken out by a scrub in the waning moments of the blowout. Without Curtis in the lineup, Pearson had no chance against Brad Campbell (and Dave Smart's?) Nepean squad. It was the last hurrah for that era of Pearson basketball and it;s interesting to speculate what might have happened with a full lineup or two fewer students in the school.
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PostSubject: information   Sun May 03, 2015 12:37 am

1989 ofsaa aa boys basketball first game 1 v4 was played at Ecole Secondaire Theriault
Lester Pearson vs Timmins High
This game was not played at Timmins High's gym and this game was assigned to Theriault to prevent any type of home town bias. I started the game and every game at ofsaa.
I did not observe any chair being kicked 10 feet in theriault's gym
I did not observe any type of complains, from your coach/players, i saw members of your team at Top Hat amusements after the game and they didn't seem upset
I can share we hear everything when i player, coach, game official complains about us, tournament or our coach.
I have never heard at any game,tournament that a game official help supported timmins high and coach hugh meyer to win any game
I started the game, was present at the end of the game, shock hands, i didn't observe any chair flying 10 feet in the air at Theriault, We played 1 offense and 1 defense and we didn't expect to win this game and we were not excited after we won this game like every other Timmins High victory . For example our win against Peter Brown from in the quarter finals, Belleville N in the semi final, and we were down 8 points at the end of the third quarter during the ofsaa final game
I believe it is disrespectfull to make up comments because of tough loss and blame hometown ofsaa officials for the losing a game.
We knew how good your team was because we observed your team , took notes and videotaped your game at the Oshawa Times tournament. We studied your best players and pattern of plays and worked how to be competitive

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