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Basketball Alberta 2017 Media Guide & Record Book

Basketball Alberta 2017 Media Guide & Record Book.

TEAM

alberta

2017 MEDIA GUIDE &
RECORD BOOK

A Message from Basketball Alberta Executive Director Paul Sir:

The Provincial Team Programs across the country are far more signi cant than just
providing opportunities for some of the nation's most talented players to play the game
of basketball. The weight of the endorsement with Canada Basketball that the national
championships are the most important event to observe and identify talent for the
national team program adds importance. This unique setting allows all participants to have
the chance to demonstrate their abilities to the national program while being part of a
team competing for a national title.
The basis for this partnership is that the provinces are picking coaching sta s that are
teaching the 'Canadian Style of Play.' This is indicative of the provinces' commitment to
truly implementing a 'Best Practices' approach as they strive to educate and prepare their players not just for the
national championships but to carry their skills and understanding back to their school teams or on to post
secondary settings.
Basketball Alberta is proud of the athletes on our teams. We are grateful for the commitment of our coaches.
We thank the parents and guardians of the players for their sacri ces and support. Our Media Guide is a celebration
of this time in all of their lives and will serve not just as a way to let people know who they are in the present but be
a source of memories in their future. Basketball Alberta wants to thank Brian Swane. His creativity and tirelss e orts
made this project a reality.
We wish all involved a wonderful and meaningful summer experience!
Sincere regards,

Paul Sir
Executive Director

Listen to 'The Basketball Hour powered by Tangerine' with host, Paul Sir, on TSN1260!
*The only exclusive basketball show in western Canada!
*Great guests to talk everything from the NBA to grassroots.
*The Basketball Hour moves to Saturdays at 9:00am when it returns in September
*All episodes available via podcast.

BASKETBALL ALBERTA | 2017 MEDIA GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

Percy Page Centre, 2nd floor, 11759 Groat Road, Edmonton, Alberta T5M 3K6 4
Phone: 780-427-9044 | Fax: 780-427-9124 | www.basketballalberta.ca
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Table of Contents 6

Directory 7
2017 EVENTS 8
15U National Championships 9
Canada Summer Games 10
2017 TEAMS
15U Boys National Championship Team 11-13
15U Girls National Championship Team 14-15
17U Boys Canada Summer Games Team
17U Girls Canada Summer Games Team 16
2017 SCHEDULES 17
National Championships 18-19
Canada Summer Games 20-21
HISTORY 22
National Championship Results
National Championship All-Stars
2016 National Championships in Review
2015 National Championships in Review
Canada Games Results

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BASKETBALL ALBERTA | DIRECTORY

Directory

STAFF
Executive Director .............................................................................................................................. Paul Sir
Program and Events Director/Bookkeeping ................................................................................... Jef Bailey
Administration Coordinator ........................................................................................................ Natalie Hoy
Coaching Certification and Sanctioning Director .................................................................... Reagan Wood
Inner City Program Director .............................................................................................................Ethan Sir
Communications Director .......................................................................................................... Brian Swane
Social Media Specialist ..................................................................................................................... Steve Sir
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President ................................................................................................................................... Bob Mitchell
Vice President ............................................................................................................... Marvin Washington
Treasurer ...................................................................................................................................... Ron Betker
Director ....................................................................................................................................... Chad Bowie
Director .................................................................................................................................... Val Mumford
Director .................................................................................................................................... James Szarko
Director ................................................................................................................................... Mark Dzenick

ABOUT BASKETBALL ALBERTA
We are a not-for-profit organization that believes our amazing sport is more than just a game - it is ‘A
Game for Life’. The game of basketball assists all who participate by developing life skills and habits that
will benefit and enrich their lives.
VISION
To be the premier facilitators of participation, development, and excellence in basketball.
MISSION
To champion the sport of basketball by inspiring unity, facilitating development and delivering superior
value.

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BASKETBALL ALBERTA | 2017 EVENTS

15U National Championships

The 2017 15U Boys and Girls National Championships are being held at the University of Regina
(Centre for Kinesiology Health and Sport) in Regina, Saskatchewan from July 24-29.

TOURNAMENT AT A GLANCE

• Saturday/ Sunday, July 22/23
o Team Arrivals / Official Arrivals / Team Practices / Coaches Technical Session / Player Orientations

• Monday, July 24
o Preliminary Games

• Tuesday, July 25
o Preliminary Games / National Championship Banquet

• Wednesday, July 26
o Playoff Games

• Thursday, July 27
o Playoff Games

• Friday, July 28
o Playoff Games / Classification Games

• Saturday, July 29
o Medal Games / Classification Games / Awards Presentation / Closing Ceremonies

FACILITY INFORMATION

All games will be played at the University of Regina Center for Kinesiology Health and Sport (CKHS), in Regina,
Saskatchewan. This newly renovated facility has 3 FIBA regulation sized basketball courts with a seating capacity of
2000. Practices will also be held at CKHS in the former home of the Cougars Basketball team, located down the hall
from the competition gyms. The University of Regina is located at 3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, SK. The main
entrance to CKHS is from Lot 14.

WEBSITE

http://15unationals2017.web.geniussports.com/

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Canada Summer Games basketball

Winnipeg, Manitoba will host the Canada Summer Games July 28 – August 13, 2017. Featuring 16
sports, over 250 events and a major cultural festival, the 2017 Canada Games will welcome over 4,000
athletes and coaches and more than 20,000 visitors. Basketball competitions are from Saturday, July 29 -
Friday, August 4, 2017 at the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre and the Duckworth Centre.

TEAMS

Each province and territory may enter up to 12 males and 12 females, two coaches, and one manager per team.
• Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia Ontario, Quebec,
Saskatchewan
o Must be under 17 as of December 31, 2016.
o Year of Birth: 2000 or later.
• Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Yukon, Prince Edward Island
o Must be under 17 as of December 31, 2016, plus two (2) players under 18 as of December 31, 2016.
o Year of Birth: 2000 or later plus two (2) 1999 or later.

FACILITIES INFORMATION

The Canada Games Sport for Life Centre will host the Games’ basketball and indoor volleyball events. The three fully convertible
court spaces will be transformed into volleyball and basketball courts during both weeks of the Games. These events will be the
first-ever major amateur sport competitions held in the Centre. The most significant capital legacy project for the 2017 Canada
Summer Games will be the construction of the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre. The 124,000 square foot Qualico Training
Centre will feature three fully convertible court spaces, strength and conditioning areas, aerobic training space, plyometric
training and testing, and an indoor training track.
The University of Winnipeg's Duckworth Centre is widely recognized as one of Canada's premier gymnasiums. Named after
former University of Winnipeg President Henry Duckworth, the Centre is located in downtown Winnipeg. Built in 1983, it hosts
the University of Winnipeg Wesmen basketball and volleyball teams, and accommodates 1,700 spectators in total. The facility
hosted the 2016 Men’s U17 and U15 basketball championships as a test event for the 2017 Canada Summer Games. The
Duckworth Centre provides all the necessary spaces to host major events and is the home of the Manitoba Basketball Hall of
Fame.

WEBSITE

http://canadagames.ca/2017/

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15U Boys National Championship Team

HEAD COACH: Shayne Midford No. Name Home

Coach Midford brings 24 years of 4 Tomo Tsuzuki Calgary
coaching basketball at all levels. He 5 Eric Wopnford Calgary
currently coaches the Assumption 7 Nolan Anderson Calgary
Varsity Boys program in Cold Lake, 8 Evan Mah Calgary
leading them to a Top 10 Provincial 9 Nyasha Mubayiwa Beaumont
Ranking in the 2A division. Coach 10 Logan Powell Edmonton
Midford takes over the 15U Alberta 11 Roman Niro Calgary
team after a successful summer in 2016 12 Ephraim Humilde Edmonton
leading the 16U Alberta squad as a 14 Arjuri Dhaliwal Edmonton
head coach. 15 Nathan Barton Wetaskiwin
21 Tariq Bhanji Calgary
Assistant coaches: Randy Peron, Edmonton
Graeme Ryder Owen Weaver

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15U Girls National Championship Team

HEAD COACH: Nathan McKibbon No. Name Home

Nathan, a native of Hamilton, Ontario, has a 4 Katie Feasby Calgary
wide range of coaching experience 6 Jenna Rinsky Leduc
spanning 17 seasons in women's basketball. 7 Danielle Nadeau Edmonton
McKibbon has coached at all levels from 8 Larissa Stephenson Leduc
high school and club – all the way to the 9 Kyra Collier Lethbridge
provincial and national level. This past 10 Kamryn DeKlerk Rollyview
summer he served as the performance 11 Kelby Terry Raymond
analyst for Team Canada’s Women’s 12 Sarah Kuklisin Calgary
National Junior Team. Nate is currently the 13 Haley Fedick Sherwood Park
Head Coach for the Mount Royal Cougars 14 Tea Demong Hinton
Women’s team. 15 Kaylee Plouffe Sherwood Park
22 Kayleena Garda St. Albert
Assistant coaches: Breanne Frizzell,
Lauren Green

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17U Boys Canada Summer Games Team

HEAD COACH: Clayton Pottinger No. Name Home

Clayton is currently the Head Coach of the 4 Fisayo Moibi Edmonton
Red Deer College Kings. Clayton is a 5 John Evan Lethbridge
multiple time winner of the ACAC Coach of 6 Brandon Meiklejohn Edmonton
the Year and won back to back ACAC titles 7 Caleb Kajdik Lethbridge
in 2013 & 2014. Clayton was the 2014 8 Rele Orimalade Edmonton
CCAA Coach of the Year and his RDC team 9 Pelumi Ajayi Calgary
made the CCAA Championship Game where 10 D’on Duncan Calgary
they claimed the silver medal. Clayton is a 11 Jaden Matthews Edmonton
University of Alberta alumnus and won a 12 Abiel Tabufor Grande Prairie
CIS National title as a player while suiting up 13 Imoudu Ibrahim Calgary
for the Golden Bears in 1994. 14 Ben Krikke Edmonton
15 Max Petryk Edmonton
Assistant coaches: Slav Kornik, Jackson 22 Alex Jap Sherwood Park
Parker

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17U Girls Canada Summer Games Team

HEAD COACH: Dave Waknuk No. Name Home

Coach Waknuk takes over 17U Team 4 Sarah Rinsky Leduc
Alberta squad, making this his sixth 5 Morgan Mudge Edmonton
consecutive summer with Basketball 6 Carly Ahlstrom Calgary
Alberta. Dave is currently the Lead 7 Brooke Evason Calgary
Assistant Coach at the University of 8 Ella Stanley St. Albert
Lethbridge Women's program. He was 9 Brynn Masikewich Calgary
formerly the Head Coach of the GPRC 10 Yvonne Ejim Calgary
Wolves Women’s Basketball team where he 11 Claire Cossarini Calgary
lead them to the ACAC Championship in 12 Sydney Fedick Sherwood Park
2011 as well as earning ACAC North Division 13 Mackenzie Farmer Sherwood Park
Coach of the Year honors. 14 Alesha Stanley St. Albert
21 Abby Morrison St. Albert
Assistant coaches: Katherine Adams,
Megan Wood

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BASKETBALL ALBERTA | 2017 SCHEDULES

National Championship Schedule

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National Championship Schedule CONTINUIED

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National Championship Schedule CONTINUIED

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BASKETBALL ALBERTA | 2017 SCHEDULES

Canada Summer Games Schedule

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BASKETBALL ALBERTA | 2017 SCHEDULES

Canada Summer Games Schedule CONTINUIED

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BASKETBALL ALBERTA | HISTORY

National Championship Results

YEAR 15U BOYS 15U GIRLS 17U BOYS 17U GIRLS

2002 Location Result Location Result Location Result Location Result
2003
2004 Lethbridge 2ND Fredericton 1ST Lethbridge 4th Fredericton 5th
2005 Halifax 2ND Halifax
2006 6th Halifax 2ND Halifax 2ND
2007
2008 Halifax 5th Halifax 4th Regina 4th Regina 2ND
2009
2010 Calgary 3RD Calgary 4th CANADA SUMMER GAMES
2011
2012 Vancouver 2ND Sherbrooke 2ND Vancouver 6th Sherbrooke 3RD
2013
2014 Sherbrooke 9th Vancouver 2ND Sherbrooke 1ST Vancouver 2ND
2015 Kamloops 5th Kamloops 2ND Charlottetown 2ND
2016 6th Charlottetown

Kamloops 3RD Kamloops 3RD CANADA SUMMER GAMES

Winnipeg 5th Toronto 4th Winnipeg 5th Toronto 5th

Toronto 5th Winnipeg 4th Toronto 4th Winnipeg 6th

Sherbrooke 6th Fredericton 8th Sherbrooke 5th Fredericton 7th

St. John’s 4th St. John’s 9th CANADA SUMMER GAMES

Edmonton 5th Edmonton 5th Edmonton 9th Edmonton 3RD

Halifax 6th Edmonton 5th Halifax 8th Edmonton 5th

Winnipeg 6th Regina 5th Winnipeg 7th Regina 5th

2014 Alberta 17U Girls, National Championships bronze medalists

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National Championship All-Stars

2002 15U BOYS 2002 15U GIRLS

2003 Jamaal Bucknor (1st team) 2003 Ashley Hilton (MVP)
2004 Jordan Flagel (1st team) Kate Hole (1st team)
2005 Greg Jobagy (2nd team) 2004 Ashley Hill (2nd team)
2006 2005 Georgina Popovici (1st team)
Jace Saunders (2nd team) 2006 Janelle Bekkering (1st team)
2009 James Suderman (2nd team) Lundsay Hartley (2nd team)
2007 Ashley Ashman (1st team)
2010 Taylor Norum (2nd team) Claire Colbourne (1st team)
2011 Jordan Baker (1st team) 2008 Stephanie Vermunt (1st team)
2013 Bret Kalio (1st team) 2009 Claire Colborne (1st team)
Michelle Plouffe (1st team)
2014 Trevor Debolt (2nd team) 2010 Nakita Newman (2nd team)
2016 Connor Foreman (1st team) 2011 Montana Romeril (1st team)
2014 Jordan Maclean (2nd team)
Kyle Peterson (2nd team) 2015 Aimee Wilson (2nd team)
Scott Lamb (2nd team) 2016 Kacie Bosch (1st team)
Brynn Masikewich (2nd team)
Matthew Ellis (2nd team) Brynn Masikewich (2nd team)
Aher Uguak (1st team) Yvonne Ejim (2nd team)
Ogot Ogot (2nd team)
17U GIRLS
Matthew Fullerton (2nd team)
Ben Krikke (2nd team) Canadance Thompson (2nd team)
Andrea Plouffe (1st team)
2002 17U BOYS 2002 Colette Meek (1st team)
2003
2003 Henry Bekkering (1st team) 2004 Robyn Fairbanks (1st team)
2004 Allen Tollestrup (2nd team) Melissa Colborne (1st team)
2006 2006 Janelle Bekkering (2nd team)
2007 Chris Muchena (1st team) 2007
Jamal Bucknor (1st team) 2008 Nicole Clarke (1st team)
2008 Megan Lang (2nd team)
Tyler Fidler (2nd team) 2011 Josie Peacock (1st team)
2010 Manny Arop (1st team) 2014 Michelle Plouffe (1st team)
2011 Dominyc Coward (1st team) Saskia VanGinhoven (1st team)
2016 Jordan Baker (1st team) Stephanie Vermunt (2nd team)
Todd Bergen Henengouwen (1st team) Maddie Rogers (2nd team)
Tyson McIntyre (2nd team) Meagan Ahlstrom (1st team)
Jordan Whyte (2nd team) Chiso Ufondu (2nd team)
Adong Makuoi (2nd team) Summer Masikewich (2nd team)

2015

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2016 National Championships in Review

15U Boys | 3-3, 6th place

Player GP MIN FG 3P FT RPG APG PPG Results

Holt Tomie 6 158 35/87 2/8 25/42 2.5 5.0 16.2 Aug. 1-6, Winnipeg
35/91 13/38 9/11 4.0 2.0 15.3 Pool C:
Brandon Munto 6 164 22/44 2/5 10/12 10.2 1.7 9.3 Alberta 104, P.E.I. 52
19/54 5/21 3/5 2.7 2.7 7.7 Nova Scotia 88, Alberta 79
Ben Krikke 6 116 19/32 0/0 8/14 7.7 0.8 7.7
9/26 1/4 4/5 2.5 0.0 3.8 Playoffs:
Alonzo Tan 6 133 8/11 3/4 1/3 1.8 1.2 3.3 Alberta 80.P.E.I. 49
5/18 4/15 4/4 1.3 0.7 3.0 Ontario 92, Alberta 57
Imoudu Ibrahim 6 121 7/14 0/0 0/0 1.0 0.2 2.8
7/24 1/2 0/0 4.5 0.5 2.5 Consolation Semi-Finals:
Courage Sorinolu 6 81 6/21 2/9 2/4 3.5 0.8 1.7 Alberta 61, New Brunswick 43

Harjan Badesha 6 55 3/8 0/3 1/2 1.3 0.5 1.2 5-6th Classification:
Manitoba 83, Alberta 69
Gurtegh Dhaliwal 6 88

Bailey Gosse 5 31

Isaiah Nuako 6 104

Ben Simmons 6 92

Owen Weaver 6 59

15U Girls | 4-2, 5th place

Player GP MIN FG 3P FT RPG APG PPG Results

Yvonne Ejim 6 164 27/70 3/10 12/25 9.8 1.7 11.5 July 25-30, Regina
27/46 2/5 7/11 7.5 1.7 10.5 Pool B:
Kenzie Thera 6 159 17/47 0/2 8/18 9.2 0.5 7.0 Alberta 91, P.E.I. 28
14/47 2/23 6/15 2.5 1.7 6.0 B.C. 53, Alberta 41
Kitawna Sparks 6 117 14/45 1/2 1/16 5.5 0.7 5.0
Ella Stanley 6 123 11/37 4/18 3/17 1.8 1.5 4.8 Playoffs:
7/17 4/7 4/6 2.4 0.6 4.4 Alberta 77, Newfoundland 52
fHaley Fedick 6 111 8/24 2/15 5/11 2.5 0.7 3.8
7/18 0/3 4/5 0.6 0.8 3.6 Quarter Finals:
Brooke Froment 6 149 9/35 1/8 0/0 1.5 2.5 3.2 Ontario 72, Alberta 30
5/19 1/6 4/7 1.6 0.6 3.0
Kamryn deKlerk 5 65 Consolation Semi-Finals:
Alberta 72, Newfoundland 53
Aine Murphy 6 72
5-6th Classification:
Isabella Cuciz 5 72 Alberta 65, Nova Scotia 60

Kaitlyn Kluttig 6 122

Savannah McKee 5 57

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2016 National Championships in Review CONTINUIED

17U Boys | 3-3, 7th place

Player GP MIN FG 3P FT REB AST PPG Results

Adong Makuoi 6 147 42/87 0/1 17/28 8.5 0.3 16.8 Aug. 1-6, Winnipeg
39/73 0/0 11/22 9.0 1.5 14.8 Pool B:
Alex Jap 6 169 24/63 10/32 8/10 6.7 4.0 11.0 Alberta 77, Territories 47
18/47 8/28 2/4 1.2 1.5 7.7 Manitoba 106, Alberta 78
Geoffrey James 6 174 13/29 0/3 1/9 3.2 1.8 4.5
7/13 0/1 4/8 3.0 0.4 3.6 Playoffs:
Brandon Meiklejohn 6 141 Alberta 73, P.E.I. 65
5/7 0/0 0/0 0.3 0.0 3.3 Ontario 84, Alberta 64
Sabry Philip 6 131 7/17 0/1 3/3 2.0 0.3 2.8
5/24 2/11 4/6 3.0 4.0 2.7 Consolation Semi-Finals:
D’on Duncan 5 57 5/14 0/0 5/6 1.0 0.2 2.5 Quebec 85, Alberta 53
3/15 0/1 7/12 2.0 1.2 2.2
Justin Johanneson 3 14 1/6 0/2 1/2 0.3 0.8 0.5 7-8th Classification:
Alberta 76, Newfoundland 67
Rele Orimalade 6 54

Matthew Fullerton 6 145

Dillan Sutherland 6 48

Mark Rodethutskors 6 76

Fisayo Moibi 6 40

17U Girls | 5-1, 5th place

Player GP MIN FG 3P FT RPG APG PPG Results

Amy Mazutinec 6 151 20/52 6/23 12/19 1.8 1.3 9.7 July 25-30, Regina
20/52 4/21 13/29 2.3 2.0 9.5 Pool B:
Jenna Harpe 6 147 20/35 0/0 6/15 4.2 0.0 7.7 Alberta 74, P.E.I. 47
15/33 3/7 9/10 7.2 1.2 7.0 Alberta 51, New Brunswick 41
Jessica Zarowny 6 128 7/16 1/6
Brynn Masikewich 6 133 11/38 4/8 5/6 1.7 0.7 6.7 Playoffs:
13/27 0/1 7/8 3.3 1.2 5.5 Alberta 54, New Brunswick 38
Lovietta Walker 3 37 11/40 3/18 5/9 5.5 0.7 5.2 Alberta 51, Newfoundland 39
5/18 3/11 4/6 4.8 1.2 4.8
Makenna Ledgister 6 87 3/17 1/11 0/4 0.2 0.7 2.2 Quarter Finals:
3/5 0.0 0.0 2.0 Manitoba 58, Alberta 50
Sydney Fedick 6 108 4/9 0/0 2/4 4.0 0.3 1.7
4/27 1/20 0/0 1.5 0.5 1.5 5-6th Classification:
Haily Weaver 6 148 Alberta 78, B.C. 56

Tia Heggie 6 57

Alesha Stanley 5 40

Camille Wilson 6 72

Sarah Rinsky 6 93

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2015 National Championships in Review

15U Boys | 3-3, 6th place

Player GP MIN FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG PPG Results

Alex Jap 5 101:54 60.0 0.0 68.8 4.8 0.4 10.6 Aug. 3-8, Halifax
Pool B:
Keyon Moore 6 150:39 44.2 10.0 53.6 2.8 3.7 9.0 Alberta 114, P.E.I. 27
New Brunswick 72, Alberta 56
Benjamin Krikke 6 130:47 42.1 0.0 63.6 6.8 0.5 7.7
Playoffs:
Sabry Philip 6 154:42 36.0 15.4 43.8 6.0 1.7 7.5 Newfoundland 60. Alberta 51,
Alberta 64, Manitoba 50
Fisayo Moibi 6 155:04 37.5 25.0 52.4 3.8 2.0 7.2
Consolation Semi-Finals:
Jaden Matthews 6 82:56 42.5 15.4 63.6 2.2 0.3 7.2 Alberta 70, Newfoundland 28

Ater Magok 6 116:15 55.6 100.0 100.0 4.7 0.5 6.5 5-6th Classification:
B.C. 54, Alberta 45
Bradley Mateuchev 3 27:22 50.0 0.0 66.7 1.3 0.0 5.3

Lamarr Evans 6 94:04 35.7 37.5 50.0 1.0 1.5 4.5

Alex West 6 91:11 31.8 20.0 40.0 3.5 0.3 3.2

Vince Barbuco 4 31:49 25.0 50.0 100.0 0.0 0.3 1.8

Josh Derochie 5 40:35 20.0 0.0 100.0 0.4 1.4 1.6

15U Girls | 5-1, 5th place

Player GP MIN FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG PPG Results

Brynn Masikewich 6 124:24 36.1 30.0 66.7 7.0 1.5 10.8 July 24-29, Edmonton
Pool C:
Sydney Fedick 6 100:46 38.5 50.0 56.5 6.8 0.7 7.3 Alberta 69, Newfoundland 32
Alberta 58, New Brunswick 47
Mckenzie Farmer 6 130:59 32.4 100.0 50.0 4.3 1.2 6.7
Anika Steele 6 112:28 51.6 0.0 66.7 4.2 0.2 5.7 Playoffs:
Alberta 78, N.W.T. 12
Abby Morrison 6 94:57 39.3 41.7 50.0 1.3 0.8 4.7
Quarter Finals:
Sarah Rinsky 6 129:19 30.8 16.7 33.3 2.0 1.8 4.7 Quebec 47, Alberta 24

Morgan Mudge 6 118:09 25.7 14.3 53.8 3.0 3.0 4.3 Consolation Semi-Finals:
Alberta 57, Saskatchewan 41
Marina Gendron 6 83:58 38.5 100.0 37.5 2.8 0.7 4.0
5-6th Classification:
Alesha Stanley 6 90:55 30.0 0.0 57.1 4.5 1.8 3.7 Alberta 67, Nova Scotia 62

Chelsea Hole 6 86:16 18.2 20.0 40.0 3.2 1.0 3.2

Alexis Myschuk 5 54:37 27.8 0.0 100.0 1.2 0.8 2.4

Chantelle Menssa 5 74:05 26.7 20.0 100.0 1.8 1.8 2.2

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2015 National Championships in Review CONTINUIED

17U Boys | 1-5, 8th place

Player GP MIN FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG PPG Results

Scott Mazutinec 6 162:22 39.6 33.3 78.9 5.8 1.3 18.7 Aug. 3-8, Halifax
Pool C:
Max Russell 6 148:28 33.3 38.2 87.5 2.8 2.7 13.2 Newfoundland 69, Alberta 65
B.C. 91, Alberta 59
Nigel Warden 6 138:55 39.6 34.8 71.4 1.7 0.7 9.2
Playoffs:
Bankole Alade 6 146:17 31.5 0.0 75.0 9.8 2.0 8.7 Ontario 107, Alberta 84
Alberta 97, Saskatchewan 79
Leif Leclaire 6 106:50 44.4 0.0 68.8 4.3 0.5 7.2
Consolation Semi-Finals:
Matthew Fullerton 6 116:16 34.4 22.2 87.5 2.7 3.0 5.2 Saskatchewan 95, Alberta 84

Jake Nielson 6 118:46 28.2 33.3 37.5 2.0 1.0 4.7 7-8th Classification:
Newfoundland 79, Alberta 64
Marko Zivak 4 39:57 22.2 40.0 66.7 2.3 1.0 3.0

Isaac Jackson 6 75:36 21.4 0.0 62.5 2.7 0.5 1.8

Jamen Young 6 48:58 23.1 25.0 66.7 1.0 0.7 1.8

Steele Stef 5 44:30 16.7 0.0 100.0 0.4 0.2 0.8

Kevin Szymanek 5 34:41 33.3 0.0 50.0 0.8 0.0 0.6

17U Girls | 2-3, 5th place

Player GP MIN FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG PPG Results

Summer Masikewich 5 131:02 33.3 33.3 57.9 8.0 1.0 10.6 July 24-29, Edmonton
57.1 3.8 1.2 10.4 Pool A:
Amy Mazutinec 5 130:36 34.0 25.8 80.0 5.8 2.0 9.0 Alberta 64, Quebec 58
75.0 4.8 1.2 6.6 Saskatchewan 69, Alberta 47
Erin Mcintosh 5 110:53 43.8 16.7 50.0 2.8 0.2 4.8
Emma Kary 5 133:29 32.5 20.0 60.0 1.8 1.8 4.2 Playoffs:
75.0 3.0 1.0 2.2 Manitoba 70, Alberta 48
Lovietta Walker 5 79:32 34.6 45.5 50.0 2.2 0.2 2.0
0.0 0.7 0.7 2.0 Quarter Finals:
Jenna Harpe 5 123:00 24.1 9.1 33.3 2.6 0.4 1.8 B.C. 63, Alberta 54
0.0 3.6 0.4 1.6
Isabel Rattai 5 60:59 21.4 40.0 0.0 1.4 0.8 1.2 5-6th Classification:
Alberta 65, Quebec 49
Kathryn Sutherland 5 46:47 27.3 0.0

Camille Wilson 3 17:35 75.0 0.0

Christy Fehr 5 58:43 27.3 20.0

Jessica Zarowny 5 77:14 22.2 0.0

Cameo Hanlon 5 54:16 18.8 0.0

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Canada Games Results

Year Event Location Female Male

1975 Canada Winter Games Lethbridge 5th 6th
1979 Canada Winter Games Brandon 10th
1981 Canada Summer Games Thunder Bay 3RD
1983 Canada Winter Games Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean 5th
1985 Canada Summer Games Saint John 4th 9th
1987 Canada Winter Games Cape Breton 5th
1989 Canada Summer Games Saskatoon 7th 9th
1993 Canada Summer Games Kamloops 7th 5th
1997 Canada Summer Games Brandon 6th
2001 Canada Summer Games London 3RD 4th
2005 Canada Summer Games Regina
2009 Canada Summer Games Prince Edward Island 5th 3RD
2013 Canada Summer Games Sherbrooke
2ND 9th
1ST 8th
10th
4th

2009 Alberta 17U Girls, Canada Summer Games gold medalists

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