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Apakoh brings winning smile and attitude to Briercrest basketball

07/18/14... Caronport, SK - Julian Apakoh brings winning experience from two different continents to Briercrest this coming season.

Originally from the Chingford district of London, United Kingdom, Apakoh attended Heathcote School where he helped lead the team to three Borough championships as well as a London School of Basketball league silver medal.

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Keyano Huskies Men's Hoops Fortify Coaching Ranks

 05/27/2014...Fort McMurray, Alberta -  05/27/2014...Fort McMurray, Alberta...Keyano College Huskies Athletics is pleased to announce the additions of James Harline and Lunzaya Nlandu as assistant coaches for the Keyano Huskies men’s basketball program, joining head coach David J. Petroziello and assistant coach Clarence Smith for the 2014-2015 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) season.

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Johnson joins Briercrest women's basketball via University of Saskatchewan

05/22/2014... The Briercrest College women’s basketball team is excited to announce the signing of University of Saskatchewan transfer Bailey Johnson for the 2014-15 season.

After competing for the U of S Huskies (Canadian Interuniversity Sport) during her rookie 2012-13 season, Johnson took the 2013-14 season off to recover from injury.

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Heintzman helps Broncos at both ends of floor

05/13/2014...Olds, Alberta - Olds College is pleased to announce the signing of Anthony Heintzman. Heintzman played this past season at Southwestern Oregon Community College and has agreed to play for the Broncos for 2014-15. He is originally from Toutle, WA and was a standout player throughout high school and college.

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ACAC CHAMPIONSHIP
Date: March 5 - 7, 2015
Host: Keyano College

CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP
Date: March 18-21, 2015
Host: Mohawk College
Hamilton, ON

2013-2014 Medalists
Gold - Red Deer Kings
Silver - Concordia Thunder
Bronze - Lethbridge College Kodiaks

 
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