Upon the last buzzer of Day 3 in the Men’s 15U & 17U National Tournament, it was evident that day 3 was all about intensity. As teams pace themselves through a competitive week, today was nothing short of spectacular with the performances of many players.  

In the 17U Bracket, Joshua Soifer of team Saskatchewan had a game-high 29 points shooting 57.1% leading their team to a dominating win over team Nova Scotia.  Nova Scotia didn’t go out easy as the game was close up until the 5-minute mark of the 4th when team Saskatchewan went on a late-game run to seal the game closing at 85-71. Other teams who took home victories today was Team’s New Brunswick, Alberta, and Ontario. 

The 15U Bracket was highlighted by a 44 point win by Newfoundland & Labrador over Prince Edward Island.  P.E.I could not find their rhythm with the tough defense from NFLD, who put up 11 steals and 3 blocks.  Their win was led by the 17 points of Cameron Stanford who shot an incredible 72%.  New Brunswick, Alberta, and Nova Scotia also picked up big wins today putting them in position to have a shot at the championship.

 The action continues tomorrow with tip-off at 1:30 Atlantic Daylight Time.