Huskies women dominate in basketball, fight for volleyball playoffs, win silver at indoor soccer tourney

Jaime Janssen  plays against Loyalist who the Huskies defeated 34-42 on Jan. 22 Photo: GBC Athletics

Jaime Janssen plays against Loyalist who the Huskies defeated 34-42 on Jan. 22 Photo: GBC Athletics

Women’s basketball team trashes Fleming 78-15

George Brown College (GBC) women’s basketball team trashed Fleming College (78-15) on Jan. 31 at the Alex Barbier Gym. This game seemed was a cakewalk for the Huskies as they did not any give  the opposition a chance to even get close to their lead.

Shan Wilson, 20; Alexandra Van Dyk, 11; and Talita Campbell, 11 were the top scorers for GBC.

The Fleming Knights who are last in the east division, had a really tough time competing, as they couldn’t even manage to get past double-digit scores in any of the four quarters. The Huskies are now in the middle of the table at fifth place.

The men’s team continued their winning streak by defeating Fleming College (96-62), maintaining their second place in the OCAA east rankings. They have now won 13 out of their 16 matches played so far.

Vadim Halimov, 30; Ted Johnson, 12; Ricardo Brown, 9; and Akai Nettey, 9 ended up as top scorers for the Huskies.

Neither the men’s and women’s basketball team from Fleming College have managed to win a single game this year.

 

Women’s volleyball team fighting for a playoff spot

GBC’s women’s volleyball team had a hard time against Algonquin and Georgian College as they lost both matches (3-0).

Patricia Ninengue continued to impress for the Huskies with 14 kills and 12 digs against Algonquin and eight kills, seven digs and two blocks against Georgian. Ninengue with a total of 110 kills this season has now jumped up to 14th place in the OCAA.

The women’s team are seventh in the OCAA east. Sixth place will qualify them to the playoffs. They have three games remaining in the season.

The men’s team saw some contested games as they lost against the top seeded Algonquin College (3-1) but came back three days later to win against Georgian College (3-1).

After losing the first two sets to Algonquin, The Huskies came back to take the lead in the third set but that was not enough to prevent them from defeat, losing the fourth set.

The Huskies beat Georgian College, winning three out of their four sets (28-26, 25-22, 20-25, 28-26). John Luu had 18 kills, two blocks and one ace. Edwin Sheon added 16 kills and nine digs.

With this win, the men’s team have secured the third  the OCAA east division rankings.

 

 

Women’s indoor soccer team win second in Conestoga tournament


Women’s indoor soccer were runners-up at the Annual Conestoga Condor Alumni tournament losing to Sheridan (2-0) in the finals.

The men’s team couldn’t make it out of the first round losing against Centennial (3-2) and Alumni (2-0) and winning against Canadore (4-1).Women’s indoor soccer were runners-up at the Annual Conestoga Condor Alumni tournament losing to Sheridan (2-0) in the finals.

The men’s team couldn’t make it out of the first round losing against Centennial (3-2) and Alumni (2-0) and winning against Canadore (4-1).

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Huskies women dominate in basketball, fight for volleyball playoffs, win silver at indoor soccer tourney