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Post by Eastern Basketball on Sat Dec 04, 2010 3:46 pm

Holiday Classic 2010-11

Eastern Commerce Basketball is proud to announce this year’s teams for the upcoming Holiday Classic. The Holiday Classic is one of the Canada’s premiere tournaments and will have most of the provinces top teams. Ten of the top 13 in the GTA teams will be there plus a few surprises from outside the GTA.
This years tournament will feature some outstanding talent including Denison’s Gonzaga bound Kevin Pangos and Vaughan's outstanding phenom Andrew Wiggins. This year’s tournament will take place at Jarvis Collegiate and Downsview Secondary on December 9, 10 and 11.. The teams participating and the draw are listed below.

Eastern
Pickering
Oakville Loyola
J. Clarke Richardson
Henry Carr
Vaughan
Denison
Mother Teresa
Downsview
Jarvis
D’Youville
Edward Mont-Petit (Montreal)
Sacred Heart Huskies (Ottawa)
Emery
West Humber
Pope John Paul II

Thursday, December 9, 2010

@Downsview
3:30 pm Downsview 76 vs Pickering 77 (Game 1)
5:00pm Mother Teresa 44 vs D’Youville 46 (Game 2)
6:30pm Loyola (Oakville) 71 vs Pope John Paull II 68 (Game 3)
8:00pm J.Clarke Richardson 76 vs Edward Mont-Petit 62 (Game 4)

@ Jarvis
3:30pm Jarvis 56 vs Denison 64 (Game 5)
5:00pm Vaughan 60 vs West Humber 50 (Game 6)
6:30pm Eastern 82 vs Emery 33 (Game 7)
8:00pm Henry Carr 39 vs Sacred Heart 53 (Game 8)

Friday, December 10, 2010

@Downsview
3:30 pm Downsview 68 vs Henry Carr 87 – (Game 9)
5:00pm Emery 60 vs Pope John Paul 76 – (Game 10)
6:30pm Denison 81 vs J.Clarke Richardson 85 – (Game 11)
8:00pm Mother Teresa 68 vs West Humber 62 – (Game 12)

@ Jarvis
3:30pm Jarvis 60 vs Edward Mont-Petit 61 – (Game 13)
5:00pm Pickering 44 vs Sacred Heart 61 – (Game 14)
6:30pm Eastern 72 vs Loyola 74 – (Game 15)
8:00pm D'Youville 29 vs Vaughan 48 – (Game 16)

Saturday, December 11, 2010

@ Jarvis
9:00am Pope John Paul 27 vs Edward Mont-Petit 50 – (Game 17)
10:30am Henry Carr 67 vs Mother Teresa 65 – (Game 18)
12:00pm Loyola 80 vs J.Clarke Richardson 88 - (Game 19)
1:30pm Vaughan 65 vs Sacred Heart 62 – (Game 20)
3:30pm Consolation Final Edward Mont-Petit 33 vs Henry Carr 61 – (Game 21)
5:30pm Championship Game J.Clarke Richardson 68 vs Vaughan 48– (Game 22)

Tournament All Stars:
Sean Stoqua (Sacred Heart)
Mike L'Africain (Oakville Loyola)
Andrew Wiggins (Vaughn)
Leon Alexander (Richardson)

Tournament MVP:
Tyrelle Samuels (Richardson)

The Eastern Commerce family would like to thank all the teams who participated and made this one of the most competitive Holiday Classics ever. A special thanks to our host schools, Jarvis and Downsview,to our sponsors and to everyone who came out to watch.


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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by Xavier Rimrocker on Sat Dec 04, 2010 4:26 pm

I know that Sacred Heart is the one from Ottawa. Is Edward Mont-Petit the CGEP in Montreal?

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by steve.nash1 on Mon Dec 06, 2010 7:20 pm

If I were Eastern team members I would be pissed. Why are they using Pangos and Wiggins to promote their tournament??

When did Eastern start stooping to these levels? Are they trying to sell tickets or something??


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"Holiday Classic 2010-11

Eastern Commerce Basketball is proud to announce this year’s teams for the upcoming Holiday Classic. The Holiday Classic is one of the Canada’s premiere tournaments and will have most of the provinces top teams. Ten of the top 13 in the GTA teams will be there plus a few surprises from outside the GTA. This years tournament will feature some outstanding talent including Denison’s Gonzaga bound Kevin Pangos and Vaughan's outstanding phenom Andrew Wiggins. This year’s tournament will take place at Jarvis Collegiate and Downsview Secondary on December 9, 10 and 11.. The teams participating and the draw are listed below. "

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by kobee14 on Mon Dec 06, 2010 8:17 pm

this tournament will be hott!

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by NEVAQUITNEVALOSE on Wed Dec 08, 2010 12:21 am

Here are my predictions:
Pickering, Mother Teresa, Loyola, J.Clarke, Denison, Vaughan, Eastern, Henry Carr All win there first round games. This would make the second round matchups for the championship side:

Denison vs J Clarke = J Clarke win
Pickering vs Carr = Carr win
Eastern vs Loyola = Eastern win
MT vs Vaughan = MT win (Yeah I'm calling an MT win)

Semis would be:

J Clarke vs Eastern = J Clarke win
MT vs Carr = MT win

And then in finals I have J Clarke over MT.
That would be my take on things I already know some of you guys will disagree, what are your thoughts?

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by Brazilian Blur on Wed Dec 08, 2010 10:53 pm

I don't see anything wrong with the promotion for this tournament. You promote big name players and both Wiggins and Pangos are well deserving of the honour. Instead of promoting all of the key teams (and there are many) you promote individual players. Pangos will be going to Gonzaga and Wiggins will be going pretty much anywhere he wants when his time is due. No disrespect to Eastern Commerce but they don't have the big name attractions of previous years. They are a very well rounded team and could very well win this tournament.
Predictions:
J Clarke over Denison
Pickering over Carr
Eastern over Loyola
Vaughn over D'Youville

Eastern over J Clarke
D'Youville over Pickering

Eastern over Pickering

Best tournament of the year.

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by NEVAQUITNEVALOSE on Wed Dec 08, 2010 11:15 pm

I think that what this tournament is going to establish is who are the contenders, and who are the pretenders. I really think MT will prove itself, while Carr and Pope will show that they are pretenders. I would have liked to see Anderson in this tournament.

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by Jello on Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:15 am

NEVAQUITNEVALOSE wrote:I think that what this tournament is going to establish is who are the contenders, and who are the pretenders. I really think MT will prove itself, while Carr and Pope will show that they are pretenders. I would have liked to see Anderson in this tournament.

Well said.

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by Eastern Basketball on Thu Dec 09, 2010 4:25 pm

Dowsview 34 Pickering 26 (Half-time)
Jarvis 31 Denison 20 (Half-time)

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by iloveball on Thu Dec 09, 2010 4:27 pm

is dere anywhere u can watch this over the net?

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by kkillah23 on Thu Dec 09, 2010 4:30 pm

I was just about to ask, if so please post the link

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by Eastern Basketball on Thu Dec 09, 2010 4:54 pm

Thursday.December 9 2010 Results

Denison 64 (Brett Zufelt 22)
Jarvis 56 (King Gabriel 24)

Pickering 77 (Tristan Quarry 24)
Downsview 76 (Micqueel Martin 35)

Vaughan 60 (Andrew Wiggins 18)
West Humber 50 (Michael Heptbourne 17)

D'Youville 46 (Dylan Periana 15)
Mother Teresa 44 (De-Shawn Williams 18)

Eastern 82 (Aaron Best 29)
Emery 33 (Shaq Matthews 10)

Sacred Heart 53 (Sean Stoqua 25)
Henry Carr 39 (Kenrick Lewis 13)

J.Clarke Richardson 76 (Aaron Redpath 23)
Edward Mont-Petit 62 (Brandon Robinson 16)

Loyola 71 (Adam Presutti 24)
Pope John Paull II 68 (Hassan Abdullahi 27)


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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by gunta on Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:22 pm

[quote="NEVAQUITNEVALOSE"]I think that what this tournament is going to establish is who are the contenders, and who are the pretenders. I really think MT will prove itself, while Carr and Pope will show that they are pretenders. I would have liked to see Anderson in this tournament.[/quote]

I guess Mother Teresa was a Pretender.Your pick for the winner just went down the drain.

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by KPC-AZ on Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:51 pm

What school is scared heart and how didi they beat carr ?

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by coachc on Thu Dec 09, 2010 11:43 pm

Sacred Heart is one of the better teams out of Ottawa. They can shoot the ball very well and play a very disciplined and systematic offense as they look for a good shot. They also defend tough (thus the 39 pts they held Carr to). I am a little surprised at the score, but not overly surprised that they are showing well in this tournament.

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by NEVAQUITNEVALOSE on Thu Dec 09, 2010 11:51 pm

Gunta I had J Clarke winning in the finals over MT. Now MT can't be in the finals but I still have J Clarke winning. The Sacred Heart team looks like they will be doing some damage this year. Coachc you say they are from ottawa, what region would they represent at OFSAA and how well did they do last year?

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by KPC-AZ on Fri Dec 10, 2010 12:00 am

OHH i see but honestly i dont think carr is up to par this year . Only 39 points

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by Xavier Rimrocker on Fri Dec 10, 2010 6:35 am

NEVAQUITNEVALOSE wrote:Coachc you say they are from ottawa, what region would they represent at OFSAA and how well did they do last year?

They would represent NCSSAA at the AAAA level if they advanced to OFSAA.

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by coachc on Fri Dec 10, 2010 9:53 am

This group of players from Sacred Heart has either won or lost in the final in Ottawa for their two junior seasons. They also were considered one of the top teams last year in Ottawa but lost in the semis to St. Matts. Their coach seemed to use last year more as a building year for this year as he took his guys to many strong tournaments last year where their record was not great but the learning experience was invaluable. He is doing the same this year as they just played some games in Syracuse New York, are at the Holiday Classic, will probably be in the All Catholic next month, and I believe they are travelling to Saskatchewan for a huge tournament there next month as well. They have high expectations (rightfully so) for this year, but there are several teams from Ottawa that will battle with them for the right to go to ofsaa at the end of the season. I am very interested to see how they do against Pickering today.

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by rerun on Fri Dec 10, 2010 1:01 pm

That is an incredibly strong field! Mother Teresa, Henry Carr, Downsview and Pope John Paul are on the consolation side battling it out for 9th and 10th place. That's crazy!

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by Eastern Basketball on Fri Dec 10, 2010 5:14 pm

Friday, December 10, 2010 Results

Edward Mont-Petit 61 (Brandon Robinson 22)
Jarvis 60 (King Gabriel 28)

Henry Carr 87 (Tre Boutilier 29)
Downsview 68 (Micqueel martin 22)

Sacred Heart 61 (Vik Gill 22)
Pickering 44 (Asher Tulloc-Lewis 19)

Pope John Paul 76 (Hassan Abdullahi 26)
Emery 60 (Jeuel Sarpong 10)

Loyola 74 (Rohan Boney 27)
Eastern 72 (Aaron Best 24)

J.Clarke Richardson 85 (Tyrelle Samuels 36)
Denison 81 (Kevin Pangos 39)

Vaughan 48 (Andrew Wiggins 20)
D'Youville 29 (Dylan Penana 14)

Mother Teresa 68 (De-Shawn Williams 30)
West Humber 62 (Michael Heptbourne 13)


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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by basketball_atr on Fri Dec 10, 2010 8:38 pm

Any updates on the D'youville/Vaughan game?

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by tart11 on Fri Dec 10, 2010 9:27 pm

This Sacred Heart team has manhandled Carr and Pickering.

Now they have to take on undefeated Vaughan, interesting....

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by jt on Fri Dec 10, 2010 9:48 pm

This tournament is probably even better than offssa, turning out to be da bomb. There aint any team that would do anything at offssa that isnt here in the tourny. The semis and finals tomorrow going to be sick.

Vaughan and Sacred Heart should be a crazy game. I cant believe how Vaughan put the lockdown D on dy which is a high scoring team.

Only bad thing is they haven't live streamed this tourny.

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Re: 2010 Holiday Classic

Post by Eastern Basketball on Sat Dec 11, 2010 10:26 am

Saturday, December 11, 2010 Results

Edward Mont-Petit 50 (Freduric Dure 17)
Pope John Paul 27 (Hassan Abdullahi 9, Tyler Persaud 9)

Henry Carr 67 (Richard Audu 23)
Mother Teresa 65 (Reynold Kasongo 21)

J.Clarke Richardson 88 (Tyrelle Samuels 25)
Loyola 80 (Mike L'African 32)

Vaughan 65 (Andrew Wiggins 18)
Sacred Heart 62 (Sean Stoqua 33)

Consolation Championship
Henry Carr 61 (Richard Audu 19)
Edward Mont-Petit 33 (Frederic Dure 7)

Championship Game
J.Clarke Richardson 68 (Aaron Redpath 27)
Vaughan 48 (Andrew Wiggins 17)

Tournament All Stars:
Sean Stoqua (Sacred Heart)
Mike L'Africain (Oakville Loyola)
Andrew Wiggins (Vaughn)
Leon Alexander (Richardson)

Tournament MVP:
Tyrelle Samuels (Richardson)



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