Brant Bosiak of the Dauphin Clippers leaps for a shot against Daven Pascal of the Vincent Massey Vikings at the Brandon Sun Spartan Invitational boys basketball tournament Friday. (TIM SMITH/BRANDON SUN)
The Neelin Spartans finished on top of their pool Friday at the Brandon Sun Spartan Invitational varsity boys high school basketball tournament.
The Spartans finished with a 3-0 record after defeating the Beaver Brae Broncos 86-21 Friday morning and the R.D. Parker Trojans 99-32 in the afternoon. Brandon Williams led Neelin with 19 points in the morning and Quinton Hunter had 17 points in the afternoon. Dave Simpkin led Beaver Brae with six points. Femi Oemegi had 13 for the Trojans.
In other Tri-Star Screen Printing Division games:
Massey-Bdn 89 Sanford 50
Jeremy Lucio paced the Vikings with 17 points. Kris Trask had 18 for the Sabres.
Dauphin 71 Massey-Bdn 59
Darren Gudmundson scored 27 points to lead Dauphin
(3-0) to first in its pool. Lucio scored 18 points for the Vikings (2-1), who finished second.<B>
Nelson Mac 82 Crocus 74
Elias Desautels scored 21 points to lead the Wolverines. Jake Cullen led all players with 24 points for Crocus, which finished 1-2 in the round robin.
Crocus 91 Swan Valley 40
Taylor Maloney had 21 points for the Plainsmen. Nathaniel Wowchuk replied with 10 for the Tigers.
Glenboro 52 R.D. Parker 46
Glen Pronteau’s 30 points weren’t enough for the Trojans. Tyler Sjolander led the Panthers (2-1) with 20 points.
Westgate 61 Minnedosa 58
Mark Morgan scored 17 points for the Chancellors
(1-2). Mitch Jakowski had 16 points for Westgate.
Steinbach 66 Swan Valley 44
Justin Sarmiento led the Sabres with 20 points.
Dauphin 74 Killarney 35
Brant Bosiak topped the Clippers’ attack with 21 points. Logan Beazley replied with eight for the Raiders (1-2).
Selkirk 67 Stonewall 64
Ryley Holod led all players with 27 points, but his effort wasn’t enough to guide the Rams past the Royals. Greg Kuz had 19 for Selkirk.
Glenboro 73 Beaver Brae 32
The Panthers were led by Drake Wallis and Matt Klassen, with 19 points each.
Nelson Mac 75 Steinbach 59
Brennan Herie scored 21 points for the Wolverines. Justin Sarmiento had 19 for the Sabres.
Selkirk 105 Minnedosa 64
Mark Morgan’s 42 points weren’t enough for a Chancellor victory. Greg Kuz had 24 for Selkirk.
Killarney 90 Sanford 83
Beazley netted 37 points for the Raiders. Keegan Harper had 38 for the Sabres.
VICTORIA INN DIVISION:
Miles Mac 69 Maples 64
Collin Ralko and Joe Proulx both scored 10 points for the Buckeyes. Jan Manibo had 14 for the Marauders.
Dakota 60 Kelvin 50
Brandon Vidal’s 21 points capped the Lancers victory. Dikan Gjuric replied with 18 points for the Clippers.
Glenlawn 81 Daniel Mac 51
Hayden Sitter led the Lions with 15 points. Garnett McLeod had 16 for the Maroons.
Oak Park 119 G.Valley 49
Isaac Margolis had 24 points for the two-time defending champion Raiders (3-0). Ryan Penner replied with 13 points.
G.City 98 Massey-Wpg 37
Josh Magpantay led the Fighting Gophers with 19 points. Liam Crane had eight points for the Trojans.
Fort Rich. 90 St. John’s 58
Mbawemi Ntungo and Isaac Unico both had 17 points for the Centurions. Nikko Ferrer replied with 19 for the Tigers.
MBCI 98 J.H. Bruns 67
Vicki Chahal scored 20 points to lead the Hawks. Zac Rose netted 14 for the Broncos.
Campbell 59 W.Churchill 38
Mackenzie Burns scored 14 points to lead the Tartans.
Oak Park 82 MBCI 20
Colson Reimer scored 18 points for the Raiders. Derek McKnight replied with 17.
Kelvin 94 Maples 86
Gjuric scored 20 points for the Clippers. Matt Dunning had 19 for the Marauders.
G. Valley 61 J.H. Bruns 56
Ryan Penner had 27 points for the Zodiacs. Timon Kozelko replied with 22 for the Broncos.
Dakota 70 Miles Mac 59
Jayden McKoy’s 20 points led the Buckeyes. Vidal had 17 for the Lancers.
G.City 102 Fort Richmond 46
Jowel Shuffler had 24 points for the Fighting Gophers. Lane Reed replied with 10 for the Centurions.
Friday’s games between Campbell and Glenlawn, Westgate and Stonewall, St. John’s and Winnipeg’s Vincent Massey, and Winston Churchill and DMCI were still in progress late last night.
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition December 8, 2012