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Marmot Basin/Hostelling International Jasper Athlete of the Week

November 16-22,2015

Marmot Basin/Hostelling International Jasper Female Athlete of the Week
Kika Greenlee
Keyano College
Women's Basketball

Keyano Huskies Kika Greenlee, a 5-foot-7 guard/forward, totaled 58 point, 18 rebounds, 13 assists and 7 steals in a two-game series against the visiting Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder.

Marmot Basin/Hostelling International Jasper Male Athlete of the Week
Trace Elson
Men's Hockey

The NAIT Ooks men’s hockey team continued its dominance of the ACAC picking up two more victories this past weekend over the Briercrest Clippers in Caronport, Saskatchewan.


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News Highlights

Washington Wonders Wow

  by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

11/29/2015...Red Deer, Alberta -  If Red Deer Kings men’s basketball guard Ian Tevis is looking for a ride home to Seattle, Washington, during the Christmas break, he might make a quick telephone call or fire off an e-mail to Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder’s men’s basketball players Artez Scharer or Adam Johnson.

 “I know the guys at Concordia,” said Tevis, who after graduating from Federal Way High School, suited up for the Edmonds Community College Tritons located in Lynwood, Washington. “They played at our rival school (Northwest Athletic Conference Shoreline Community College Dolphins).”

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Talented Romeril excelling after return to St. Mary's

By Lindsay English

11/27/2015...Calgary- There’s no place like home. Montana Romeril can attest to that.

The third-year guard for the St. Mary’s University Lightning returned to Calgary last year after spending the 2012-13 season in Edmonton with the MacEwan University Griffins. And while last year was a success both for Romeril and the Lightning, this season has been truly exceptional. In eight games this season, Romeril has averaged 30.13 points per game — which leads the ACAC — and has led her team to a 7-1 record and to the top of the ACAC South Division standings.

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ACAC Stepping Stone for Basketball Official

 by ACAC Sports Writer Curtis J. Phillips

11/26/2015....Edmonton., Alberta -  Officiating. It is the hardest job in sports.

You make a bad call...the fans know...and you know.

Perfection is near impossible but without the official, there is no game.

Matthew Kallio is one of the few Canadians, who is striving to make a living in such with his recent deployment to the NBA Development League (NBDL).

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Kodiaks Hoops Happy in Lethbridge Both Teams CCAA Ranked

11/24/2015...Cornwall, Ontario - The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association came out today with their men's and women's basketball rankings from coast-to-coast-to-coast and the Lethbridge Kodiaks remain No. 1 for women and Red Deer Kings No. 3 for men. The Kodiaks land both of their men's and women's teams in the rankings.

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