On.- ca’mpus sport
ClilTl~XeSmmmm St. Jeromes once twice Withing 24 hours St. Jeromes had become king.....and queen on the volley ball courts. In the men’s tournament they smashed all comers to win the crown on Wednesday, March 1st. On thursday, March 2nd in the toed tournament, they teamed up with the ladies from Notre Dame and man and woman handled their way through 5 undefeated 2-out-of three matches. In the semi’s they squashed the Chinese Student A team 15-8,15-g and then matched up against St. Jeromes Y team 15-10, 15-8. In the overall championship against the consolation champion Rob’s robbers it was no contest. In the first game, the spiking of Showron and Zuwerkalo stunned the Robbers, while in the second, thieved their way to respectability. Final score 15-5, 15-10.
Village ~west floors co-op
It finally happened. The impregnable defending champions ‘for two years of undefeated play, coop residences were beaten 5-4 in overtime. Until the semi-finals coop had not lost a game in two years of competitive play, amassing a record of 23 wins, 1 tie-no losses. There is no current team in any activity that can match coop’s efforts. Although they were beaten, and now will not play the arch-rival mucket farmers in the final, consolation can be made in that they are a fine team with a probably unmatched record in floor hockey play. In the quarter finals, village west defeated lower math 3-2 in overtime on a goal by Tom Butt at the5 minute mark. In the second game, the mucket farmers coasted to a 5-2 win over St. Jeromes while coop whipped lower eng. 3-1. In the final game, the grads had their troubles with Renison, posting a 5-2 win. In the semi’s, putting village west vs. coop. Flinn of coop scored his first’ of a hat trick with Butt retaliating for west to l-l tie at the half. At the final whistle score was again tied 414. In the close-checking overtime period, Maruzzo of west at the 3 :37 mark popped in a rebound to upset the highly favoured coop team. In the other semi/final between grads and farmers, the end result was open. The, grads had defeated them earlier in league play 5-4. There was high anticipation that the game would be a classic. At half time, score was deadlocked 3-3 on grad goals by Finden, Probert and Jackson with Latimer, Patterson and Snyder retaliating for the farmers. In the last half, the farmers ploughed the grads under with 3 unanswered goals-2 by Rogers and one by Latimer. Final score 6-3 for the farmers. 7:00-9:00 pm the Last night from championship between the farmers and village west was staged. Defending
After the preliminary playoff round when all expected teams advanced to the quarter finals, the pressure was on. The defending champions lower math appeared easy shoe-ins for the semi’s against third place village south, while powerful St. Jerome’s and undefeated village 2-NW were confident of victory. The dark horse coop math A was expected to be handled by phys ed and rec. However, as tradition will have it, there are no certainties in intramural play. In series E, St. Jeromes polluted env. studies 54-35 and then everything else went slightly awry. Arts, 3rd place finishers in lower faculty, manhandled village 2-NW 36-23 on some outstanding plays by Dave Hollinger. Coop math A jocked the jocks 47-30, while a spirited village south 5 upset the defending champions lower math 44-42. With all the brilliant predictions now in the garbage, the stage was set for some interesting semi’s. On monday, St. Jeromes utilized their power, speed and accurate shooting to down a fighting crew from arts 50-31. In the other semi-finals the dark horse came to life and edged village south in a close sea-saw game 44-42. Final game for Condon cup was wednesday evening putting St. Jeromes vs coop math A. The latter team is the only team to defeat St. Jeromes in league play. Predictions anyone?
Curling Since so many people were disappointed about the fact that there would be no curling on the day of the party, ice time has been found so that all you party goer’s can curl a game. We will play one game at 4 :00 pm at the Granite Club on Friday, March 17. Make up your own mixed team and enter it with Bob Stoll at Monday or Thursday night curling next week or phone 884-1854. Then don’t forget the party will start right after the curling at 7:00 pm. Cost andplace same as last term. Information about the party can be obtained from Brian Fisher at Monday and Thursday night curling.
- St. Jeromes X - Rob’s robbers - St. Jeromes Y - St. Pauls - Village south
>Student- fat challenges Any group of student/faculty, village or otherwise that wishes to set up a challenge game of some sort eg. basketball, volleyball, squash, or the like-contact the intramural office at 3532 to arrange the gym time. Hockey
The on-campus all-stars upset the offcampus all-stars 4-3 last Tuesday-evening.
Guelph trip The intramural champions in hockey (upper Math), volleyball (St. Jeromes), and basketball will be venturing to Guelph on Sunday, March 26th to challenge respective teams from McMaster, Lutheran and Guelph.
Math retains crown Although upper Math was not predicted to get past the semi finals, their superb playoff play was the finest in intramural hockey. After squeaking into the playoffs by tying Phys Ed & Ret 2-2 with a record of 4 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie, no one thought they could defeat the powers of upper Eng and Arts. In quarter final play, they ousted a fine village 2-SE crew 4-3 to advance to the semi’s vs Arts. Arts had a record of 5 wins, 1 tie and were favoured. Within 13 minutes of the first period, upper Math 4-Arts 0. Unable to recover, Arts were inept in the second, allowing Math to add 3 more to their total. Final score 7-O. In the other semi finals with upper Eng vs the surprising St. Pauls team it appeared in the opening minutes like upper Eng would run away potted in an early 2-O lead. However, the spirit of the colleges came back with the first goal late in the game, a screen shot tied the score 2-2.
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Lee, table tennis champ -
Fifty-one competitors staged the finest exhibition ‘of excellent table tennis ever seen on campus on Tuesday evening: with the 12 top seeds including the top fourLarry Lee of Grads; Beng-Sit Lim of grads; F. Chan of upper Math; and Fred Slater of upper Math the competition was bound to be superb. Playing on 12 tables, some 50 championship matches took place with another 27 consolation matches being played. In the consolation round semi-finals, B. Sanders of lower Math lost a close match to A. Wang of Science 11-21, 21-15, 12. Jones of village south outlasted Fok of St. Jeromes 21-19,16-21, 21-13. In the final, -Wang defeated Jones 21-10, 10.
In the championship round 6 of the top seeds advanced to the quarter finals. Lee of grads handled Gould of Arts 21-15, 6. Slater sliced by Lau of Science 21-6, 22-20. A.S. Lim powered past C. Cheng 21-14, 11. F. Chan of upper Math outrallied unseeded R. Lim of village east. In the semi’s the top 4 seeds advanced putting Lim vs Chan and Slater vs Lee. In the first match B.S.Lim no. 2 seed outpointed Chan 21-15,23-21 while Lee handled 4th seed Slater 21-6, 12. In the @ final : the top two seeds Lee vs Lim advanced. Lim was a little nervous in the first two games losing 21-8, 10. In the third, Lim played superbly to upset Lee in overtime 22-20. In the fourth game Lee showed his superiority and crushed Lim 21-6 to win 3/5 games. Everyone who watched the play agreed the calibre was high. Although there is no present award for table tennis, it is hoped that the Chinese Society will donate one in the near future.
Indoor tennis Time has been scheduled for interested tennis players to practice in the physical activities building, gym no 3 on the following dates : Monday and Wednesday, March 13th, 15th and 20th, 22nd. This will be an open session between 7 : 00 and 11: 00 pm to allow tennis players to get their swing ready for the spring. More time may be made available if there is sufficient interest.
Engineers had never lost an overtime game. Within 3 minutes the final score was 3-2 for the engineers. So the rematch of the century. Defending champions, upper Math against the only team to beat them in league play, upper Eng 3-l. The game was really no contest from the outset as upper Math outskated, outshot and simply outplayed the Engineers. The game was highlighted by some excellent playing by Rod Madily who continually harassed and outskated everyone. His play making ability enabled his line mate Pat Fallon to get a hat trick for the evening. FPnal surprising score 7-l. In a losing note, there are many members of the engineering team who have played their final game. Gord Campbell has played goal for them for 4 years and has been outstanding. Ziggy Musial has coached them to an impressive record. To all of them good luck in the future. Basketball
Published on Nov 4, 2011
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