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Stonepark teams, Athena boys go undefeated at Glenn Edison Memorial tip-off basketball tournament at Summerside Intermediate School

The Summerside Intermediate School (SIS) Owls’ Reghan Betts, 7, and Victoria Zakem, 9, of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes race to a loose ball during action in the 42nd annual Glenn Edison Memorial basketball tournament at SIS on Saturday.
The Summerside Intermediate School (SIS) Owls’ Reghan Betts, 7, and Victoria Zakem, 9, of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes race to a loose ball during action in the 42nd annual Glenn Edison Memorial basketball tournament at SIS on Saturday. - Desiree Anstey

Weather resulted in one-day tournament

SUMMERSIDE – Three teams went 2-0 in the 42nd annual Glenn Edison Memorial tip-off basketball tournament, hosted by Summerside Intermediate School (SIS).

The cancellation of school on Friday resulted in the tournament being a one-day event on Saturday.
The Stonepark Tigers and Athena Hawks went undefeated in boys’ play while Stonepark was the only girls’ team to win both its games.

Paul Kingston of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes is closely guarded by the Summerside Intermediate School (SIS) Owls’ Cole Holland, left, and Drew Shields during play in the 42nd annual Glenn Edison Memorial tip-off basketball tournament at SIS on Saturday. Ryan MacKinnon, 8, of the Owls is ready to provide support to his teammates.
Paul Kingston of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes is closely guarded by the Summerside Intermediate School (SIS) Owls’ Cole Holland, left, and Drew Shields during play in the 42nd annual Glenn Edison Memorial tip-off basketball tournament at SIS on Saturday. Ryan MacKinnon, 8, of the Owls is ready to provide support to his teammates.

The Stonepark boys defeated the M.E. Callaghan Cougars 48-35 and the host SIS Owls 45-39. Athena was victorious over Queen Charlotte 46-43 and Birchwood 51-33.
The Stonepark girls posted a pair of convincing victories – 50-9 over the East Wiltshire Warriors and 47-25 against Summerside Intermediate.
In other girls’ games, the Owls topped Queen Charlotte 36-13 and East Wiltshire defeated Hernewood 45-30.
Other boys’ results were the Owls over Queen Charlotte 48-44, and Birchwood outlasting M.E. Callaghan 39-30.
The tournament honours the memory of Edison, a former principal and longtime basketball and volleyball coach.

Noah Killorn of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes passes the ball while being guarded by the Summerside Intermediate School Owls’ Ryan MacKinnon, 8. The two teams met during a game in Summerside Intermediate’s 42nd annual Glenn Edison Memorial tip-off basketball tournament on Saturday.
Noah Killorn of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes passes the ball while being guarded by the Summerside Intermediate School Owls’ Ryan MacKinnon, 8. The two teams met during a game in Summerside Intermediate’s 42nd annual Glenn Edison Memorial tip-off basketball tournament on Saturday.

Standings
Glenn Edison Memorial tip-off basketball tournament standings:
Boys
W L

Stonepark 2 0
Athena 2 0
SIS 1 1
Birchwood 1 1
Queen Charlotte 0 2
M.E. Callaghan 0 2
Girls
W L

Stonepark 2 0
SIS 1 1
East Wiltshire 1 1
Hernewood 0 1
Queen Charlotte 0 1

Paige MacLean, 10, of the Summerside Intermediate School Owls guards Gracie McQuaid, 6, of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes on Saturday. The two teams met in a game in the 42nd annual Glenn Edison Memorial tip-off basketball tournament hosted by Summerside Intermediate. Also involved in the play is the Coyotes’ Sara-Jo Hanlon.
Paige MacLean, 10, of the Summerside Intermediate School Owls guards Gracie McQuaid, 6, of the Queen Charlotte Coyotes on Saturday. The two teams met in a game in the 42nd annual Glenn Edison Memorial tip-off basketball tournament hosted by Summerside Intermediate. Also involved in the play is the Coyotes’ Sara-Jo Hanlon.

 

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