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University Men's Game Results

45th Annual Wesmen Classic

  • Minot State 105 Keyano College 75 [Consolation Game]

Chris East (Minot State) 25 pts Player of the Game

Zach Alger-Waldher (Keyano College) 25 pts

The Minot State University Beavers picked up their first win of the Coca

Cola Wesmen Classic with a convincing 105-75 decision over the

Keyano College Huskies. The Beavers nailed 11-three pointers in the

contest and were successful on 58% of their shots from the field. Chris

East led the Beavers with a double-double consisting of 25 points, 11

rebounds. Thomas Korf added 18 points, including four-three pointers.

Zach Alger-Waldher led the Huskies with 25 points, six assists and four

steals. The Beavers went into the halftime break leading 65-38 and never

looked back in the second half.


  • Manitoba 91 UNBC 69 [Consolation Final]

Yigit Ozsayiner (Manitoba) 16 pts Player of the Game

Dennis Stark (UNBC) 13 pts

The University of Manitoba Bisons defeated the UNBC Timberwolves

91-69 in the consolation final of the Coca Cola Wesmen Classic. Yigit

Ozsayiner led Manitoba with a game high 16 points. Stephan Walton,

Keith Omoerah and Marko Milosevic all scored 13. Xavier Smith added

12. Dennis Stark led the Timberwolves with a double-double 13 points

and 10 rebounds. Manitoba was successful on 53% shooting from the

field in the opening half and went into the locker room leading 49-29 at

halftime. Manitoba kept their double-digit lead for the entire second half

to secure the win. Manitoba finishes the Wesmen Classic with a record of

2-1. UNBC finishes at 1-2.

  • Winnipeg 82 UBC Okanagan 49 [3rd Place Game]

Mark McNee (Winnipeg) 21 pts Player of the Game

Bret Macdonald 13 pts

The Winnipeg Wesmen wrapped up the 45th Annual Wesmen Classic

with a convincing 82-49 victory over the UBC Okanagan Heat Friday

afternoon at the Duckworth Centre. Mark McNee led the Wesmen with a

game high 21 points and nine rebounds. McNee was named Player of the

Game for his performance. Travis Krahn added 14 points, including

three-three pointers. Third year forward Brayden Duff added 12 points

and fifth year guard James Horaska playing in his final Classic finished

with 10. First year guard Bret Macdonald led the Heat with 13 points.

Yassine Ghomari added 11 points, five assists. Winnipeg fell behind 13-1

at the midway point of the first quarter but found their legs in the final

four minutes to trail 17-16 after one. The Wesmen continued to ride the

momentum in the second quarter outscoring the Heat 23-11 to lead 39-28

at halftime. Winnipeg continued to put pressure on the Heat in the second

half scoring 43 points and limiting the Heat to 21 points in the final

twenty minutes. Winnipeg finishes the Classic with a record of 2-1. The

Heat finish the tournament with a record of 1-2.

  • Valley City State 90 Brandon 58 [Championship Final]

Sekani Milligen (Valley City State) 25 pts

Emerick Ravier (Brandon) 14 pts


The Valley City State University Vikings defeated the Brandon

University Bobcats 90-58 in the Championship Final of the 2011 Coca

Cola Wesmen Classic. The victory by the Vikings is the second

university title by an American school in the 45 year history of the

Classic. Bismarck Jr.College was the last American school to win back in

1968. Tournament MVP Sekani Milligen led the Vikings with a game

high 25 points, seven rebounds and three assists. All Star Aaron Duske

added 18 points and Aj McDonald finished with 12 points, including

three-three pointers. All-Star Emerick Ravier led the Bobcats with 14

points. Jordan Reaves and Ilarion Bonhomme each scored 8. Valley City

State went into the halftime break leading 37-26 and turned up the heat in

the second half connecting on 59% shooting from the field and

outscoring Brandon 53-32 in the final twenty minutes. The Vikings finish

the three day tournament with a perfect 3-0 record, Brandon finishes at 2-1.

Tournament All-Stars

Eric Zimmerman – Winnipeg

Emerick Ravier – Brandon

Andrew Cunningham – Winnipeg

Kyle Vince – Brandon

Aaron Duske – Valley City State


Sekani Milligen – Valley City State

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Varsity Boy's Game Results

45th Annual Wesmen Classic

  • Glenlawn 68 Miles Mac 62 [Consolation Final]

Zach Herder (Glenlawn) 17 pts

Casey Schouten, Tim Ireland (Miles Mac) 20 pts

Casey Schouten (Miles Mac) Player of the Game


The Glenlawn Lions defeated the Miles Macdonell Buckeyes 68-62 in

the Salisbury House High School Boys Wesmen Classic Consolation

Final. Glenlawn led 36-23 at the halftime break. Zach Herder led

Glenlawn with 17 points, 11 of those were scored in the final quarter.

Casey Schouten and Tim Ireland each scored 20 points for the Buckeyes.


  • Sturgeon Heights 67 John Taylor 65 [3rd Place Game]

Vince Munoz (Sturgeon Heights) 19 pts

Boris Zimbakov (John Taylor) 18 pts

Zach Regert (Sturgeon Heights) Player of the Game


Rudel Aaron scored the winning basket with one second left to give the

Sturgeon Heights Huskies a dramatic 67-65 victory over the John Taylor

Pipers in the third place game at the Salisbury House High School Boy’s

Wesmen Classic. Guard Vince Munoz led the Huskies with a game high

19 points. Zach Regert added 17 and was named the Player of the Game.

Boris Zimbakov led the Pipers with 18 points. Post Brett Jewell added


  • Garden City 67 Kelvin 59 [Championship Final]

Andre Arruda-Welch (Garden City) 25 pts

Stephen Jones (Kelvin) 23 pts

Jonas Tugade (Garden City) Player of the Game

The Garden City Fighting Gophers captured their second consecutive

High School Title at the Wesmen Classic with a 67-59 victory over the

Kelvin Clippers. The title by the Fighting Gophers is the fourth in the

past five years. Andre Arruda-Welch scored a game high 25 points and

was named the Tournament MVP. Tynan Reyes continued his strong

play at the Classic with 20 points. Jonas Tugade scored 17 points,

including five-three pointers. Stephen Jones led Kelvin with 23 points

and Kristjan Lamont added 15. Garden City led 32-26 at halftime and

continued to hold off any momentum by the Clippers. The Varsity title

by Garden City combined with the school’s Junior Varsity title this past

Wednesday is the first time in Wesmen Classic history that the same

school captured both titles in the same tournament.

Tournament All-Stars

Zach Regert – Sturgeon Heights

Brett Jewell – John Taylor

Kristjan Lamont – Kelvin

Tynan Reyes – Garden City

Stephen Jones – Kelvin


Andre Arruda-Welch – Garden City

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  • CIS = Canadian Interuniversity Sport

  • MCAC = Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference

  • MHSAA = Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association

  • Varsity = Grades 11-12

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