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Mustangs headed to NSSAF provincials

East Antigonish Academy Mustangs competed in Northumberland Region basketball action Saturday in Springhill.

The team, coached by Terry Long, "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" opened with a 79 65 win over South Colchester Academy. Kendall Breen scored 33 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and had seven assists in the game. Raheem Johnson added 23 points, six rebounds and three assists and Dylan "Anabolika Definition" Wallace chipped in with 14 points and 10 rebounds.

The girls from East Antigonish Academy competed in regional tournament action in Pictou, losing their first game to the host team, while defeating Hants North 50 40.

In the third place game, the Mustangs dropped a decision to Guysborough.

"With only one Grade 12 player the girls will be on the scene next year," Long said.

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Dr. John Hugh Gillis Regional Royals defeated the North Nova Gryphons 61 43 in semi final action of the Northumberland Region Division 1 "Oxandrolone Powder India" girls' basketball playoffs Feb. 13 in Truro. The Royals overcame a 28 24 halftime deficit to record the victory.

Point guard Primrose Chareka supplied a double double with 14 points and 11 rebounds. She also had four assists in the game. Post player Masteron King Sarah McCarron chipped in with 13 points and nine rebounds, while guard Meghan Moran MacDonald also scored 13 points and had four rebounds. Grade 12 forward Courtney Scott contributed 10 rebounds in the win.

Brittany Connors turned in a stellar defensive performance and added nine points and five rebounds for "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" the Royals.

The Royals were soundly beaten 81 37 by the CEC Cougars in the championship game of the Northumberland Region.

Moran MacDonald scored eight points for the Royals, with McCarron chipping in with seven.

The Royals will advance to the Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation qualifying tournament at Memorial High School this weekend. will meet Cole Harbour.

The top two teams in the tournament will move on to the NSSAF provincials later this month in Truro.

In boys' dDivision 2 Northumberland region action Saturday the host Royals lost 90 51 in the final to the Amherst Vikings.

Jermal Mansfield, Riley Chisholm and Matt Sampson each scored 10 points for the Royals, with Morgan Guthro adding eight.

Jason Morse scored 23 points for Amherst.

The Royals advanced to the final with a 75 63 win over Hants East High School. Guthro scored a game high 19 points, while Jordan Vosman added 16 and Frank MacFarlane had 13. MacKenzie Carter paced Hants East with 16 points.

The Royals will host an NSSAF qualifying tournament Friday and Saturday with Breton Education Centre, Bridgewater, Northeast Kings Education Centre, Eastern Shore and Hants East taking part.

The Royals hockey team skated to a 4 4 double overtime tie with the CEC Cougars in playoff action Feb. 14 at the Keating Centre.

Coach Bernie Gillis said the tie was allowed to stand because the first home and home series is to be decided on points.

"I thought we played reasonably well in getting the lead but we missed a number of chances to extend the lead but didn't finish and that allowed CEC to get back into the game," Gillis said.