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SCOREBOARD - Feb. 26, 2015

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WMBA Playoffs Announced to Run Feb 28 - March 15

WMBAThe WMBA has released details on it upcoming playoffs scheduled to run Feb 28 to March 15 inclusive.  All WMBA teams that keep score will participate in the playoffs (Saturday teams will continue with Saturday games and Sunday teams will continue on Sundays). Teams that don't keep score will have regular games played as already scheduled.  For details...

SCOREBOARD - Feb. 25, 2015

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Basketball Manitoba Call for All-Manitoba Nominations; Due Friday Feb 27

DEADLINE FRIDAY:  Basketball Manitoba is asking all basketball coaches at the Varsity Boys and Varsity Girls levels (A to AAAA) to submit names to be considered for this year's 'All-Manitoba' team.  These submissions must be in by Friday February 27, 2015. The Basketball Manitoba Awards (BMA's), formerly called the MBCA Awards, annually recognizes athletes and coaches from around Manitoba for their outstanding achievements over the course of the basketball season.  The winners will be announced at the Basketball Manitoba Awards banquet which is scheduled for Saturday April 18, 2015.

Stonewall Collegiate to Host 3on3 'Hoops for Hope' Basketball Tournament April 17-18 for CancerCare

Stonewall Collegiate has announced that it will be hosting its third annual cancer awareness fundraiser, April 17-18, 2015.  The event features a 3 on 3 basketball tournament called 'Hoops for Hope'.  Several staff members at the school in the last few years have battled the disease and there are a number of students in the area whose parents are also dealing with cancer.  Since its inception in 2013, the event has raised over $28,000 for Cancer Care in Manitoba!  The tournament is open to teams of 6 in grades 2-4, grades 5-6, grades 7-8, high school students and adults age 18+.  The organizers are looking for teams and donations for the silent auction or simply a monetary donations to the cause. Registration fee is $25 a person and all team members receive a shirt with their entry fee.  There are pledge sheets available online at cancer care as well for anyone who would like to donate directly.   Deadline to register a team is April 10, 2015

BioSteel All Canadian Basketball Game Set for April 14 in Toronto toFeature Nation's Top Players

TORONTO, ON – Canada Basketball announced today its supporting partnership for the inaugural BioSteel All Canadian Basketball Game (ACBG), a high school all-star game taking place on April 14, 2015 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.  Basketball Manitoba's Dan Becker is part of the national all-star selection committee.

“We’re excited to support the BioSteel All Canadian event. It’s a great opportunity to foster alignment within our national structure and bring the Canadian basketball community together,” said Michele O’Keefe, Executive Director, Canada Basketball.

Wesmen Kleysen and Noonan Honoured as Canada West All-Stars

The University of Winnipeg Wesmen along with the Canada West Universities Athletics Association announced today that fifth year guard and team captain Stephanie Kleysen (pictured left) has been named the Canada West Women’s Basketball Conference Defensive Player of the Year and a Second Team All-Star. It was also announced that third year guard Megan Noonan (pictured right) was selected as a Third Team All-Star.

Kleysen finished among the league leaders in both offensive and defensive categories during the 2014-2015 Canada West regular season.  Her relentless play at both ends of the court played a huge role in helping the Wesmen finish with a 14-6 regular season record and a fourth place finish in the Pioneer Division. She averaged 2.8 steals per game (third in the conference), while anchoring the suffocating Wesmen defence that forced 23 turnovers per game, second-best in the league. Kleysen was also a force on offense, placing eighth in Canada West scoring averaging 16.3 ppg, second in three-point field goal percentage (45.3) in addition to grabbing 6.7 rebounds per game and dishing out 3.2 assists.

“We are very proud of Stephanie for her contributions and accomplishments this season. Being acknowledged as both Canada West Defensive Player of the Year and an All-Star caps a great university basketball career. She was a big part of our team’s success”, said Wesmen Women’s Basketball head coach Tanya McKay.

Kleysen moves forward as the Canada West nominee for the CIS Defensive Player of the Year Award.

Noonan finished in the top five in several Canada West Women’s Basketball statistical categories including, fifth in scoring averaging 17.2 points per game, second in three pointers made (55), second in free throw percentage (83.9%) and third in steals (53). She also led the Canada West Conference in minutes played averaging 33.9 minutes per game during the regular season. A starter in all 20 regular season games, Noonan scored a season high 28 points against Regina (February 13, 2015) and recorded 20 plus points on six occasions during regular season play.

“Megan is very deserving for being recognized as a Canada West All-Star. Her hard work showed in her consistent performance all season”, added McKay.

Wesmen's Jelane Pryce Named To Canada West All-Star Team

The University of Winnipeg Wesmen and the Canada West Universites Athletic Association have announced that men's basketball player Jelane Pryce has been selected as a Second Team Canada West Men's Basketball All-Star.

Pryce, a 6-7 forward from Innisfil, Ontario recently completed his fourth year of eligibility. He placed 14th in conference scoring averaging 16.1  points per game and placed 5th in blocks with 23. He was tied for the team lead in rebounds with 6.2 boards per game. Jelane scored a season high 32 points in a 77-67 victory over UBC (November 22, 2014) and grabbed a season high 14 rebounds against Saskatchewan (November 14, 2014). Pryce recorded five double-doubles during the 2014-2015 season.

“We are happy to see Jelane recognized for his production this season.  He had some strong performances and was an integral part of the season our team had this year.”said Wesmen Men's Basketball head coach Mike Raimbault.

SCOREBOARD - Feb. 24, 2015

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Harlem Globetrotter Special Team Pricing Offer for April 23 Game at MTS Centre

True North Sports & Entertainment are proud to offer a special group discount to all Basketball Manitoba teams! This offer will be great for team windups, get-togethers and team building! We welcome all teams down to the MTS Centre to enjoy the Harlem Globetrotters on April 23rd, at 7:00pm!

Basketball Manitoba Offer: $25.00 ea (taxes included):

  • Ticket to Harlem Globetrotters
  • Box of popcorn
  • 24oz Drink
  • Teams will be seated together

**Offer available to group orders of 10 people or more people

For more information, or to place your group order; please call...

Jeff Ranick

MHSAA Top 10 Released for Week of Feb 24

The latest MHSAA Top 10 rankings are now out.  See them all at...

Manitoba Provincial Team Tryouts Set for May 22-24, 2015

Basketball Manitoba is pleased to announced details on the Provincial Team Tryouts for the upcoming summer. The tryouts for the program will occur May 22-24, 2015 at the University of Winnipeg Duckworth Centre.  The summer of 2015 will see a total of 6 Provincial Teams formed at the male and female 17U, 16U and 15U.  All 3 female teams will compete in a Saskatchewan Series in Brandon, MB, the Nike National Invitational in Chicago, Illinois (NCAA certified event), and the 17U and 15U to the Canadian National Championships in Edmonton in late July.  The 16U Female team will compete at the Western Canada Summer Games in Fort McMurray, AB in August.  All 3 male teams will compete in a Saskatchewan Series in Brandon, MB, the D1 Summer Classic in Minneapolis, MN (NCAA certified event), and the 17U and 15U to the Canadian National Championships in Halifax, NS.  The 16U Male team will compete at the Western Canada Summer Games in Fort McMurray, AB in August.  All dates can be found in our website calendar in July & August.

CAMPS FILLING UP: Basketball Manitoba High Performance Spring Break Basketball Camps Set for March 30-April 2; Register Now

CAMPS FILLING UP: Basketball Manitoba is pleased to announce details of it's upcoming Spring Break High Performance Camps for boys and girls ages 10-16 to run Monday, March 30 to Thursday, April 2.  A cap of 24 participants per camp is in place so register now!  Deadline is Thursday March 26 at 5:00 pm or when the camp sells out!

SAVE THE DATES: Next NCCP Clinics in Manitoba Set This Spring in Winnipeg

Basketball Manitoba is pleased to announce it will be hosting another offering of the NCCP 'Learn to Train', 'Train to Train' and 'Train to Compete' courses on April 17-19 and May 1-3 in Winnipeg.  These new offerings replace the old NCCP Level 1 & 2 Technical and Theory courses and are for coaches working with athletes from 10-18 years of age.  These levels are also required for all coaches who are interested in coaching in their respective future Provincial Team, Manitoba Games and other levels.  The courses will comprise both classroom and on court sessions and will focus on Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) review, mental training, practice planning, competition planning, fundamental movement skills, technical movement skills, offensive and defensive concepts, practical application, and a debrief evaluation.  Register for the clinics below...  

REMINDER: Coaching Manitoba Sleep Workshop for Coaches Set for March 5 & 6 at Sport Manitoba

Sport Manitoba and Coaching Manitoba in partnership with Sport Medicine & Science Council of Manitoba have announced a FREE professional development workshop for coaches on the topic of sleep and its role with your athlete.

In this session, Dr. Samuels of the Centre for Sleep and Human Performance, will discuss the importance of quality sleep in an athlete’s development, performance and recovery.  Gathering an understanding of the key role sleep plays in those areas and the factors that contribute to poor sleep will help individuals better manage sleep habits to allow the athlete to maximize their training, improve performances as well as overall quality of life

Date: Thursday March 5th, 2015
Location: Sport for Life Centre – Conference Room
Time:  7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

“The Sleep Factor” – In this session, Dr. Samuels of the Centre for Sleep and Human Performance, will focus on the importance of sleep in your athletes overall performance.  Areas of emphasis will be on:

  • Managing sleep when changing time zones
  • Changes in the sleep environment (hotels, dorms, two people to a room, etc)  when travelling for training camps or competition
  • Arousal levels effect on sleep before major competition

Date: Friday March 6th, 2015
Location: Sport for Life Centre – Conference Room
Time:  9:00 am – 11:00 am

RSVP:  Contact Gena Cook at gena.cook@sportmantioba.ca or at 204-925-5692

Click here for more information on the workshop and presenter

Source: http://www.coachingmanitoba.ca/news_view.php?id=1111 

SCOREBOARD - Feb. 23, 2015

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Varsity Boy's Game Results

Garden City 76 Selkirk 58
Oak Park 87 John Taylor 66
Hamiota 57 Strathclair 14 [Zone 10 Semi-Final]
Rossburn 71 Major Pratt 37 [Zone 10 Semi-Final]
West Kildonan 99 Transcona 43
Linden Christian 111 St. Boniface 48
Maples 97 River East 53
Pinawa 78 Powerview 35
Sturgeon Heights 69 Shaftesbury 48
Grant Park 82 St. John's 66
Churchill 68 Elmwood 37
St. James 107 Stonewall 63
Maples 97 River East 53
Vincent Massey [Wpg] 94 Fort Richmond 75
U of W Collegiate 64 Faith Academy 59
Windsor Park 74 Léo-Rémillard 45
Sanford 86 W.C. Miller 42
Carman 65 Roseau Valley 19
Dakota 83 Steinbach Regional 63

See more results, standings and schedules at http://www.mhsaa.ca/schedule/
See box scores from select games, stat leaders and more at http://www.stattrackers.net

Varsity Girl's Game Results

Sisler 89 St. Mary's 26
Garden City 77 Selkirk 61
Vincent Massey [Wpg] 72  Fort Richmond  52
Glenlawn 64 Jeanne Sauve 32
Oak Park 80 John Taylor 29
Major Pratt 68 Strathclair 11 [Zone 10 Semi-Final]
Linden Christian 65 Calvin Christian 36
Murdoch MacKay 35 MBCI 34
Powerview 59 Pinawa 42
Grant Park 48 St. John's 29
Tec Voc 68 Gordon Bell 34
Churchill 49 Elmwood 42
Stonewall 50 St. James 36
Westwood 57 Daniel McIntyre 37
U of W Collegiate 64 Faith Academy 51
Glenboro 48 Treherne 34
St. Norbert 56 Nelson McIntyre 25
Windsor Park 55 Léo-Rémillard 9
Sanford 35 W.C. Miller 17
Carman 54 Roseau Valley 28
Immanuel Christian 62 Springs Christian 42
St. Boniface 69 Southeast 16
Steinbach Regional 37 Dakota 35

See more results, standings and schedules at http://www.mhsaa.ca/schedule/
See box scores from select games, stat leaders and more at http://www.stattrackers.net

Junior Varsity Boy's Game Results

Ross L. Gray 71 Steinbach Christian 63

See more results, standings and schedules at http://www.mhsaa.ca/schedule/

See box scores from select games, stat leaders and more at http://www.stattrackers.net

Winnipeg Minor Basketball (WMBA) Game Results

View all league results to date at wmba.ca  

Junior High / Middle School Junior Girl's Game Results

Holy Ghost 27 Christ the King 9

St. Maurice 28 Balmoral Hall 25

Junior High Invitational Tournament Information


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Todd MacCulloch Hoop School set for Spring 2015: Host Schools Needed

Basketball Manitoba, Sport Manitoba and Todd MacCulloch are excited to announce plans for the 15th running of the Todd MacCulloch Hoop School Program spring session to inner-city children.  The TMHS is a program designed to teach basketball fundamentals to children of inner city Winnipeg schools and is open to 5 schools from the Winnipeg 1 School Division that host Grade 6-8 students.  If your school is interested in hosting this program...

Canada Basketball Announces Multi-Year Deal with Tangerine

TORONTO, ON – Canada Basketball announced today a multi-year partnership with Tangerine that will have a significant impact on the delivery of its grassroots basketball program, Steve Nash Youth Basketball (SNYB).

“We’re excited to welcome Tangerine to the Canada Basketball family in support of grassroots basketball programming,” said Executive Director, Michele O’Keefe. “Programs like Steve Nash Youth Basketball are the foundation of growing the game across the country and with Tangerine’s support we’re able to reach more communities and youth across Canada.”

The partnership is part of Tangerine’s new sponsorship and community investment platform #BrightWayForward, launched today.

“Through #BrightWayForward we’ll work with Canada Basketball and Steve Nash Youth Basketball to provide young people from all backgrounds with the opportunity to learn new skills, build self-confidence, practice teamwork and leadership, and gain a sense of belonging and acceptance,” said Peter Aceto, President and CEO of Tangerine. 

Tangerine’s support will add value to the SNYB program through enhanced curriculum and new initiatives like the “Tangerine Kid of the Week” program, which recognizes young athletes who demonstrate the key values of teamwork, leadership and inclusiveness.

Steve Nash, two-time NBA MVP and General Manager of Canada’s senior men’s national team, helped launch the SNYB program nationally in 2007 and was on hand today as part of the unveil: “Tangerine’s support will help us provide skills, teamwork and leadership coaching to more than 15,000 kids in communities across Canada."

SNYB is a national youth basketball program designed to develop fundamental skills, sportsmanship and a love of the game of basketball. This grassroots initiative supports and empowers community-based recreational groups and facilities, schools and other institutions across Canada in an effort to positively influence youth through basketball. The program is currently being run in 140 communities across all provinces and territories. For more information, visit www.basketball.ca.

Source: http://basketball.ca/hm/news-article/canada-basketball-announces-multi-year-partnership-with-tangerin

SCOREBOARD - Feb. 21, 2015

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SCOREBOARD - Feb. 20, 2015

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SCOREBOARD - Feb. 19, 2015

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NABA Hosting 3on3 Basketball Tournament Mar 28 at Red River College for 11-16 Year Olds

The North American Basketball Association (NABA) will be hosting a 3-on-3 tournament at Red River College North Gym on Saturday, March 28, 2015.  The event will host several age divisions including: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004 up to a maximum of 8 teams per division. The cost is $20 per player with 3 games guaranteed.  Games will be officiated by certified referees.


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