At Summerside Intermediate tournament
SUMMERSIDE – The Stonepark Tigers posted three impressive victories to complete play in the 36th annual Summerside Intermediate School tip-off basketball tournament last weekend as the only undefeated girls' team.
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Julie Woods, 12, of the Summerside Intermediate Owls battles with the Stonepark Tigers’ Kassie Little, 14, and Lauren Reid, 15, for a rebound during the 36th annual Summerside Intermediate School tip-off basketball tournament on Saturday afternoon. Also involved in the play is the Owls’ Reilly MacKay, 9.
The six girls' teams played a round-robin format, and there was no championship game.
The Tigers opened play with a 67-26 victory over the Kensington Torchettes on Friday. Stonepark proceeded to win both of its games on Saturday - 53-26 versus the host Summerside Intermediate Owls, and 53-43 against the Athena Hawks.
Following are results of the girls' games:
At Summerside Intermediate, Stonepark built a 16-point lead after the first quarter, led 34-8 at the intermission and never looked back.
Lexi MacInnis (13) and Maddie Hurley (12) were the leading scorers for Stonepark.
Cassidy Champion sank 15 points for Kensington.
Players of the game were Champion and Ashley Plaggenhoef (Stonepark).
Summerside Intermediate 53
East Wiltshire 14
At Summerside Intermediate, Georgia Baker's 14-point effort paced the Owls while Jenna Gillis added 10.
Grace Keizer (5) and Madison Vos (4) were the top scorers for East Wiltshire.
Summerside Intermediate led 23-6 at the half.
Players of the game were Baker and Vos.
East Wiltshire 26
At Athena Consolidated, the hometown Hawks took a 31-12 advantage into halftime.
Nikki Arsenault poured in a game-high 26 points to lead Athena. Keizer’s 10-point effort led East Wiltshire.
Players of the game were Keizer and Riley Glover (Athena).
At Athena Consolidated, Birchwood overcame a 17-5 deficit at the half.
Edna Niño Esparza had 11 points to key Birchwood's attack. Arsenault had another strong game with a 21-point effort for the Hawks.
Players of the game were Arsenault and Keisha Judson (Birchwood).
East Wiltshire 14
At Athena Consolidated, Champion poured in a game-high 17 points while Keizer drained 14 for East Wiltshire.
Kensington was in front 14-6 at halftime.
Players of the game were Hannah Harrington (Kensington) and Abby MacDonald (East Wiltshire).
At Athena Consolidated, Champion had another 17-point effort.
Alleyiah Villard was Birchwood's top point-getter with six.
Kensington held a 17-15 advantage at the half before pulling away in the second half.
Players of the game were Niño Esparza and Kelsey MacLean (Kensington).
At Athena Consolidated, MacInnis keyed Stonepark’s offence with 12 points.
Arsenault continued her fine play with an 18-point effort.
Stonepark was in front 31-19 at the intermission.
Players of the game were Hurley and Katrina Martin (Athena).
Summerside Intermediate 26
At Summerside Intermediate, MacInnis (10) and Kassie Little (7) were Stonepark's leading offensive producers.
Phoebe Van der Meulen and Julie Woods each had five points for the Owls.
Stonepark built a 22-12 advantage at halftime.
Players of the game were MacInnis and Tara Campbell (Summerside Intermediate).
Summerside Intermediate 43
At Summerside Intermediate, the Owls took a 23-12 cushion at the half en route to the 21-point victory.
Campbell sparked the Owls with a 19-point effort. Reilly MacKay added seven points.
Niño Esparza (17) and Adrienne Wright (7) were Birchwood's top offensive performers.
Players of the game were MacKay and Wright.
Tip-off tournament standings:
Stonepark 3 0
S'side Int. 2 1
Kensington 2 1
Athena 1 2
Birchwood 1 2
East Wiltshire 0 3