Men’s and women’s teams had strong wins against St. Lawrence College
The Huskies Basketball swept at Super Game Day on Saturday, Nov. 10 against St. Lawrence College. Both the men’s and women’s had early leads and kept the momentum going throughout the games.
The women started the day with lots of energy. By the end of the first quarter they were ahead 18-8. In the following quarters the Huskies stayed consistent in their play, leading to a final score of 98-46.
“We played with a lot of pressure, and we came out strong. That’s what we’ve had problems with in other games,” commented a beaming Francesca Bellini who scored 14 points during the game.
Tianna Sullivan earned the most points for the team with 23 and Zae Sellers close behind with 19 points.
Coach Warren Williams was pleased with his team. “I thought we put together a complete game today. I thought we really played well on both ends of the floor,” Williams commented.
The team scored a total of 26 assists during the game. This is the highest number of assists that Williams can remember during his three years with George Brown College (GBC).
The women’s team have won four games and only lost one so far, placing them second in the East Division.
The men’s team had a very successful game as well with a final score of 112-67.
With a strong start, Huskies finished the first quarter with 29-12. The team dominated throughout the game, earning no less than 21 points in a single quarter.
Their final quarter was their strongest when they scored a total of 37 points.
Adam Costanzo led the points with 16. Liben Mohammed, Kevon Guiseppi-Mascoe, Kingslee D’Silva, Hanny Ahmed, and Robert Ocampo shared fairly even scores with at least 11 points each.
The men’s team haven’t lost a game so far this season and are in first place with six wins.
Both teams play against Seneca College on Tuesday Nov. 13 starting with the women at 6 p.m.