READER WARNINGS: Site Is Getting Nicely Up To Speed, But Caution Is Advised. As Well, Individual Scoring Totals Here Are Not Official In Any Way, Shape, Or Form

Thanks to information provided by many and the work of the webmasters Ronna and Mike McKee, the site is rounding into shape very nicely for 2016-17. However, be aware that this site will likely always be searching for contact perfection and this is especially true early in a campaign.

One way we promise there will not be perfection is listed individual scoring totals. There are just too many variables. As well, these leagues eliminated scoring races some years ago. There are no scoring champions. Individual scoring figures here are simply for publicity purposes. [>>]

 

It's Time! Looking To The 2016-17 Season

The associated Southern Alberta High School Girls Basketball League and Southern Alberta High School 4A Boys Basketball League regular season campaign is on and extends through March 4.

Cardston, Catholic Central, Chinook LCI, Magrath, Medicine Hat High, Raymond and Winston Churchill are members of both loops. W.R. Myers are girls' only members. Thus, there are eight boys' programs active this season and nine girls.

Kate Andrews girls are on leave this season.

All varsity members of the boys' league must declare 4A.

Three girls' members are 4A by size provincially this season. They are Catholic Central, Chinook and Medicine Hat High. Cardston, LCI and Raymond have declared up to 4A.

Magrath, Winston Churchill and W.R. Myers will compete in 3A.

The league junior varsity playoffs are annually held in conjunction with the South Zone 4A Championships, this season in the March 6-11 week. The South Zone 3A Championships are hosted by Medicine Hat McCoy that same week.

Alberta Schools Athletic Association Provincial Championships go March 16-18. Our league members, as part of the Southern Alberta Interscholastic Administrative Council, proudly host both 4A Provincials.

The season wraps up Wednesday, March 22, with the league all-star games and individual awards night. It will be hosted by Catholic Central this time around.

Please note the following on Medicine Hat High and Catholic Central Home Game Sites:

MEDICINE HAT HIGH

Medicine Hat High is undergoing significant renovations and additions this school year.

THUS, ALL 2016-17 MEDICINE HAT HIGH HOME GAMES ARE SET FOR MEDICINE HAT CRESCENT HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL.

There are two Crescent Heights gyms, but they are both on the same site.

CATHOLIC CENTRAL

Catholic Central plays at two campuses, Campus East (on the south side) and Campus West (west side.)


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2016-17 Invitational Tournaments Hosted By League Teams

December 2-3
Chinook Boys
W.R. Myers JV B & G (JV B are not league members)

December 9-10
Cardston B & G

December 16-17
Catholic Central Girls & JV Girls
Magrath Boys & JV Boys

December 26-27
Raymond Boys

January 13-14
Chinook Girls
LCI Boys

January 27-28
Winston Churchill JV Boys

February 3-4
W.R. Myers G & B (B are not league members)
LCI Girls
Winston Churchill Boys

February 10-11
Magrath Girls & JV Girls

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2015-16 League Awards and Tony Roma's All-Star Games

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

GIRLS LEAGUE

Varsity Most Valuable Player
Mylanda Miller, Catholic Central

First Team All-Stars
Jessica Zarowny, LCI
Hayley LePard, W.R. Myers
Millay Johnson, W.R. Myers
Cameo Hanlon, Chinook
Jordan Kearley, Medicine Hat

Second Team All-Stars
Isabel Rattai, Medicine Hat
Bailey Nelson, Cardston
Dez Jensen, Raymond
Tia Heggie, Cardston
Hannah Gibb, LCI

Varsity Coach of the Year (Three-Way Tie)
Jeff Harrold, Medicine Hat
Shawn Heggie, LCI
J.J. Salmon, Raymond

Junior Varsity Coach of the Year
Tim Rollingson, Chinook

4A BOYS LEAGUE

Varsity Most Valuable Player
Max Russell, Cardston

First Team All-Stars
Chase Bohne, Raymond
Leif Leclaire, Catholic Central
Brady Nelson, LCI
Brock Dewsbery, Raymond
Boomer Heggie, Raymond

Second Team All-Stars
Tevin Hall, LCI
Kyle Mitchell, Winston Churchill
Anfernee Houmphanh, Medicine Hat
Gerad Wagenaar, Medicine Hat
Shawn Adams, Catholic Central

Varsity Coach of the Year
Chad Watson, Medicine Hat

Junior Varsity Coach of the Year
Ken McMurray, Cardston

TEAM CHAMPIONS

GIRLS LEAGUE

Regular Season
Varsity, LCI
Junior Varsity, Chinook

JV Playoffs
Raymond

4A Zones
Catholic Central

3A Zones
W.R. Myers

3A Provincials
W.R. Myers

4A BOYS LEAGUE

Regular Season
Varsity, Raymond/Cardston Co-Champions
Junior Varsity, LCI

Boys JV Playoffs
LCI

4A Zones
Raymond

TONY ROMA'S ALL-STAR GAMES
Wednesday, March 23, at LCI

GIRLS LEAGUE

LIGHT (LETHBRIDGE, PLUS MAGRATH) 71
DARK (NON-LETHBRIDGE, EXCEPT FOR MAGRATH) 59

Team Light

Head Coach: Colin Sheen, Winston Churchill

Players
Catholic Central: Maria Blanco 12, Maitlynn Miller 0, Mylanda Miller 8
Chinook: Cameo Hanlon 8, Alyssa Hoveling 7
LCI: Hannah Gibb 2, Jocelyn Neilson 18, Jessica Zarowny 13
Magrath: Cassidy Cook 3
Winston Churchill: Jayden Lashley 5

Team Dark

Head Coach: Kenney Wood, W.R. Myers

Players
Cardston: Tia Heggie 6, Bailey Nelson 15
Kate Andrews: Madison Wright 14
Medicine Hat: Jordan Kearley 0, Kaesha Milne 0, Isabel Rattai 4
Raymond: Dez Jensen 6
W.R. Myers: Natalie Hoyt 5, Millay Johnson 8, Hayley LePard 1

4A BOYS LEAGUE

TEAM LIGHT (LETHBRIDGE) 105
TEAM DARK (NON-LETHBRIDGE) 104

Team Light

Head Coach: Paul Bagnall, Catholic Central

Players
Catholic Central: Shawn Adams 15, Dustin Kaminski 15, Leif Leclaire 7
Chinook: Ty Moline 12, Nick Myndio 2
LCI: Mitch Boychuk 18, Tevin Hall 4, Tanner McLachlan 6, Brady Nelson 18
Winston Churchill: Kyle Mitchell 8

Team Dark

Head Coach: Chad Watson, Medicine Hat High

Players
Cardston: Austin Merrill 3, Shane Quinton 10, Max Russell 18, Brigham Smith 11
Magrath: Brady Tollestrup 8
Medicine Hat: Anfernee Houmphanh 3, Gerad Wagenaar 11
Raymond: Chase Bohne 23, Brock Dewsbery 12, Boomer Heggie 5

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