SHSAA 2017 Basketball Championships

March 26, 2017 by  
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1A Girls’ Medal Winners
Kenaston 53 Middle Lake 47 Asquith 61 Lake Lenore 53
2A Girls’ Medal Winners
Wynyard 87 Kinistino 41 Foam Lake Composite Shaunavon HS
3A Girls’ Medal Winners
Lumsden Regina Christian Saskatoon Christian 38 Indian Head 30
4A Girls’ Medal Winners
Melfort 64 Moose Jaw Peacock 42 North Battleford 78 Weyburn 49
5A Girls’ Medal Winners
Saskatoon Holy Cross 67 Saskatoon Centennial 37 Saskatoon Tommy Douglas 70 Regina Riffel 69
  • ​Congratulations to an impressive group of talented and very classy ladies.  

    The girls defeated Centennial Collegiate in the provincial final on Saturday night 67-37 to capture their 5th provincial title in 8 years.  The girls finished their amazing run this year with a perfect 20-0 record in league play, city and provincial play-offs.


1A Boys’ Medal Winners
Middle Lake 100 Rocanville 62 Lake Lenore 88 Buffalo Narrows 56
2A Boys’ Medal Winners
École Canadienne-Francaise de Saskatoon 79 Maidstone  69 Osler VCA 90 St Brieux 87
3A Boys’ Medal Winners
Regina Christian 83 Saskatoon Legacy Christian 54 Birch Hills 75 Clavet 43
4A Boys’ Medal Winners
Weyburn 103 Moose Jaw Central 80 Moose Jaw Peacock 34 Saskatoon Bedford Road 25
5A Boys’ Medal Winners
Regina Campbell 76 Regina LeBoldus 71 Saskatoon Bishop Mahoney 57 Saskatoon St Joseph 45


Campbell Tartans capture 5A boys championship at Hoopla

Josh White, 14, and Dex Hong, right, of the Campbell Tartans celebrate during their team's 5A boys gold-medal game against the LeBoldus Golden Suns on Saturday at the University of Regina. Campbell won the game, ending the Golden Suns' streak of four consecutive provincial titles.
Josh White, 14, and Dex Hong, right, of the Campbell Tartans celebrate during their team’s 5A boys gold-medal game against the LeBoldus Golden Suns on Saturday at the University of Regina. Campbell won the game, ending the Golden Suns’ streak of four consecutive provincial titles. MICHAEL BELL / REGINA LEADER-POST

One run ended another at Hoopla on Saturday night.

The Campbell Tartans went on a 16-3 run to close out the 5A boys final against the LeBoldus Golden Suns at the Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association basketball championships.

Campbell’s 76-71 victory at the University of Regina ended an unprecedented run of success by LeBoldus, which had won the previous four provincial titles.

“(LeBoldus is) a great team,” Campbell head coach Will Redl said shortly after the game. “I’m a little speechless right now because it’s still so fresh. We came back, and it’s all kind of a blur. Provincial champion … you can’t really put that into words.”

LeBoldus led 33-26 at halftime, 59-47 after the third quarter and 62-50 early in the fourth. After LeBoldus went ahead 68-60 with 5:47 left, Campbell erupted for 16 of the next 19 points — including the final eight — to capture its first 5A boys title since 2009.

Campbell’s Tyrese Potoma had a game-high 23 points. Nick Barnard paced LeBoldus with 16.

Matt Barnard, Nick’s brother, suffered a leg injury with 5:13 remaining in the first quarter and was taken to hospital by ambulance. Matt Barnard had been the Golden Suns’ leading scorer in each of its previous two games at Hoopla 2017.

Bartlett was quick to praise his players for the manner in which they played after the injury.

“I’ll give them credit,” he said. “They battled hard and they played really well. They handled it great. They put it behind them for the moment. They went out there and then played great basketball and just worked really hard as a group.

“We’re very proud of what they accomplished (on Saturday).”

Saying that, Bartlett put the conclusion of the streak in perspective.

“It’s always a little bit difficult, but we knew it was going to come to an end at some point,” he said. “To have four in a row is great, but the thing that’s the most disappointing is not that we don’t have a banner. It’s just the disappointment for these kids.

“They had to play in an adverse situation and, like I told them after the game, I’m extremely proud of them. They did what they needed to do, and sometimes you do what you need to do and you still lose. They can leave holding their heads up. They should be extremely proud of what they accomplished this year.”

The list of achievements includes a fourth consecutive city title. The Golden Suns downed the previously unbeaten Tartans 96-72 in the Regina Intercollegiate Basketball League’s senior boys tier 1 final on March 17.

“That city final was tough, because LeBoldus, they know how to win,” Redl said. “Obviously, with their record in the city finals the last couple of years and even provincials, they’re used to those moments and being there.

“But we were able to put together a good week of practice and obviously put together a good game this time out, versus the city final, and just kind of responded to the adversity. It’s big for young kids to do that.”

In the other gold-medal finals …

1A boys: The Middle Lake Avengers defeated the Rocanville Rara Avis 100-62. Troy Marinka led the Avengers with 33 points.

1A girls: Ann Ulmer’s 17 points helped the Kenaston Kodiaks post a 53-47 victory over Middle Lake, which had won the previous three provincial titles.

2A boys: The Saskatoon Ecole Canadienne Francaise Patriotes repeated as champions, registering a 79-69 victory over the Maidstone Huskies.

2A girls: The Wynyard Bears made it three straight provincial titles with an 87-41 win over the Kinistino Blues. Alyssa Shannon had 27 points for Wynyard.

3A boys: The Regina Christian Grizzlies posted a 83-54 victory over Saskatoon Legacy Christian Eagles. Josh Amed, Dakota McBride Marean and Zach Biegler each had 16 points for the Grizzlies. Legacy Christian’s Luke Donauer led all scorers with 37. Regina Christian won its third provincial title in a five-year span.

3A girls: The Lumsden Angels won their second straight title, defeating Regina Christian 69-58. Emma Ulmer had 25 points for Lumsden.

4A boys: The Weyburn Eagles struck gold with an 103-80 victory over the Moose Jaw Central Cyclones. Paul Dionne led Weyburn with 21 points.

4A girls: The Melfort Comets defeated the Moose Jaw Peacock Toilers 64-42. Peacock had won the previous three provincial titles.

5A girls: The Holy Cross Crusaders defeated the Centennial Chargers 67-37 in an all-Saskatoon final.

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