How Prince County senior basketball teams are faring

Staff ~ The Journal Pioneer
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SUMMERSIDE – With the P.E.I. School Athletic Association/Domino’s Pizza senior basketball leagues ready to resume action following the Christmas break, here is a look at how the Prince County teams are faring out:

Senior girls

Three Oaks Team One sits second in the standings behind the undefeated Colonel Gray Colonels, who are 3-0 (won-lost). Three Oaks, which suffered its only loss to the Colonels, is 4-1 and has scored 320 points while giving up 192.

The Westisle Wolverines are ranked fourth overall at 4-2. Westisle has 379 points scored, and has allowed 278 in its six games.

Three Oaks Team Two and Kensington both sport identical 3-1 marks. Three Oaks, which is listed as the eighth-ranked team, has 257 points to its credit while allowing 197. Ninth-ranked Kensington has scored 227 points and given up 168.

The Kinkora Blazers, who have been the busiest senior girls’ team with nine games played, are 10th at 3-6. Kinkora has recorded 337 points for and 380 points against.

In the scoring statistics, Emma MacLean of Kensington is averaging 19 points per game (PPG) – good enough for fourth overall – in four games.

Jody Gerus of Westisle is sixth with a 16.0 PPG in five games, and Brianna Arsenault of Three Oaks Team Two is eighth overall, averaging 14.0 PPG in four contests.

Madison Tompkins of Three Oaks Team One is tied with Souris’ Sydney Moore for ninth. They both have an average of 13.8 PPG.

Moore has played six games, and Tompkins has appeared in five.

Natasha MacLeod of Kensington and Breeanna Gallant of Westisle are each averaging 13.0 PPG. That is good enough for 11th overall.

Gallant has played six games while MacLeod has four games to her credit.

Senior boys

Three Oaks Team One is the No. 1-ranked team with a perfect 4-0 league mark. The Axemen, who have 329 points for and 153 against in four league games, have also won the Bluefield and Three Oaks Christmas Classic tournaments.

The Westisle Wolverines are ranked sixth at 3-3. The Wolverines have scored 329 points and allowed 427 in six league matches.

Three Oaks Team Two is the ninth-ranked club at 3-3. The Axemen have scored 358 points and given up 347 in six league games.

The Kensington Torchmen, who are 3-2 while scoring 344 points and giving up 234, are ranked 11th.

The Kinkora Blazers, with one win and six losses, are ranked 13th. The Blazers have scored 271 points and have allowed 408 in their seven games.

Scoring-wise, Alec Parise of Three Oaks Team One is second with a 22.3 PPG average in three games. He trails Morell’s Randy Affleck, who is averaging 27.7 PPG in three games as well.

Kenan Wilkie of Westisle is fourth, averaging 18.2 points per game in six contests. Mark Matheson of Three Oaks Team One is fifth, averaging 18 points in four contests.

Jake Reynolds is seventh, and he is averaging 16 PPG in five matches. Reynolds plays for Kensington. Isaac Jay of Kinkora is eighth in league scoring. He is averaging 15 PPG in four contests.

Brady Arsenault of Three Oaks Team Two is right behind Jay, with a 14.3 PPG average in six contests.

Andrew Rafuse of Three Oaks Team Two is tied for 14th with Evan Groman of Bluefield Team One. Both players have a 12.5 PPG, with Rafuse appearing in six games and Groman in three.

Geographic location: Kensington, Prince, Kinkora Bluefield

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