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PACWEST Men's Basketball Weekend Results - November 23-25

Thursday, November 23rd

Douglas 84

CBC 62

Third year guard Grant Campbell led the Royals with 31 points, pacing Douglas College to their second straight win. Campbell did much of his work at the charity stripe, making good on 11 of his 15 free throw attempts. He also shot 11-19 from the field to go along with 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals. Jack Nadelhoffer scored 32 points in a losing effort for the winless Bearcats.

Friday, November 24th

VIU 83

Langara 75

The VIU Bearcats continued to roll Friday night, clamping down on the high powered Falcons offence to remain undefeated on the season. Reigning league MVP Usama Zaid was in foul trouble throughout the game. He was held to just 19 points, 10 below his season average, shooting just 6 of 17 from the field. But the Mariners got big contributions from other sources. Tyus Barfoot led the team with 20 points, and Jerod Dorby chipped in 17. The up-tempo Falcons offence failed to ever find their gear, shooting just 28.9 percent from the field finishing with a season low 75 points.

Friday, November 24th

Camosun 74

Quest 83

Walker Reynold-Royer came off the bench to score 14 points, connecting on three of his four three point attempts, helping lead the Kermodes to the home win. Chris McAlpine led all scorers with 20 points on 8-13 shooting from the field. Quest scored 29 points in the 3rd quarter to turn a four point halftime deficit into a 10 point lead heading into the 4th quarter. All five starters finished in double digits Camosun College, but the Chargers shooters were never able to find their range from long distance, shooting just 4-22 from behind the arc.

Saturday, November 25th

Camosun 83

Langara 88

The Chargers led from the opening tip until the midway point of the 4th quarter, but the Falcons shooters found their form in the final frame. Martin Bogajev led all scorers with 26 points and point guard Ravi Basra added 20. Falcons Head coach Paul Eberhardt says the key to the comeback was their defensive pressure, “we kept our press going the whole game and my hope was that it would wear them down and I think it did, they looked pretty tired in the 4th quarter, their legs weren’t as good they turned it over a bunch near the end.”’

The Chargers dropped their third straight game, leaving head coach Scott Cauchon frustrated with his team’s inability to close the game out, “we didn’t execute very well towards the end, and they settled down a little bit, got into a rhythm, and the rest is history.”

Saturday, November 25th

VIU 88

Quest 63

The Mariners outscored the Kermodes 31-12 in the 3rd quarter to pull away for their sixth straight win to start the PacWest regular season schedule. Usama Zaid led the way again offensively with 29 points on 10-18 shooting from the field. Forward Jerod Dorby recorded a double double finishing with 13 points and 11 rebounds. The Kermodes, who had just one player reach double digits in scoring, fall to 2-4 on the season heading into the semester break.

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