Sweep­ing suc­cess

Four more wins for Hur­ri­canes

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - SPORTS -

The Hol­land Col­lege Hur­ri­canes bas­ket­ball teams went 4-0 in New Brunswick dur­ing the week­end in At­lantic Col­le­giate Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion (ACAA) ac­tion.

The women’s team de­feated the St. Thomas Tom­mies 89-75 Satur­day in Fredericton and the UNBSJ Sea­wolves 79-48 on Sun­day in Saint John.

The men de­feated the Tom­mies 91-71 and the Sea­wolves 74-56.

The women Hur­ri­canes outscored the Tom­mies 29-16 in the se­cond quar­ter en route to vic­tory.

Ja­zlin Barker and Can­dace Smith led the Hur­ri­canes with 19 points each while Marvia Dean had 16 points and 14 re­bounds.

Kate­lynn Carver led the Tom­mies with 23 points.

The Hur­ri­canes built a 23-9 lead af­ter the first quar­ter on Sun­day and cruised to vic­tory.

Je­nea Bar­rett led the Hur­ri­canes with 14 points while Barker added 11 and Ash­ley Moss chipped in 10.

Allyson McLaugh­lin led the Sea­wolves with 11 points.

The Hur­ri­canes im­proved to 8-1 on the sea­son and sit atop the ACAA stand­ings, ahead the Mount Al­li­son Moun­ties (7-2).


The men Hur­ri­canes used a dom­i­nant first half to de­feat the Tom­mies.

Hol­land Col­lege held quar­ter leads of 20-6, 51-25 and 72-55.

Roo­sevelt (Chicken) Why­ley led the Hur­ri­canes with 24 points while Trevone Grant (19), Stephon Smith (16) and Jay­den Nordin (10) also scored 10 or more points.

Ben Cripps led the Tom­mies with a game-high 27 points.

The Hur­ri­canes fell be­hind 1812 af­ter the first quar­ter Sun­day in Saint John, but went to half­time up 28-26.

Hol­land Col­lege led 51-45 at the half and outscored the Sea­wolves 23-11 the rest of the way.

Why­ley led the Hur­ri­canes with 20 points while Grant had 14 and Smith added 13. Jarred Craw­ford had 15 for the Sea­wolves.

The Hur­ri­canes im­proved to 11-0 on the sea­son and con­tinue to lead Cran­dall (9-2) and King’s Col­lege (8-3) in the ACAA stand­ings.

The Hur­ri­canes host King’sCollege on Satur­day (6 and 8 p.m.) and Sun­day (1 and 3 p.m.).


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