2019-2020 Basketball League MVP's, All Stars and Coaches of the Year

The Southern Alberta Interscholastic Administrative Council (SAIAC) is pleased to announce the following award winners for the 2019-20 season.

4A Girls League

Saige Gibb - Raymond

First Team All Stars
Hattie Ogden - Magragth
Hailee Parker - Medicine Hat
Presley Heggie - LCI
Kyra Collier - Raymond
Tylor Merrill - Cardston

Second Team Allstars
Aimee Baron - Catholic Central
Abby Graves - Raymond
Lauren Wolsey - Cardston
Macie Wocknitz - Magrath
Jill Leishman - Cardston

Varsity Coach of the Year
Alan Gibb - Raymond

Junior Varsity Coach of the Year
Suzanne Fisher - Medicine Hat

4A Boys League

Co MVP's
Ethan Egert - Medicine Hat
Jeter Heggie - Raymond

First Team All Stars
Brady Baines - Raymond
Karson Valgardson - Chinook
Dray Walburger - Magrath
Boston Harker - Raymond
Aiden Gripp - Medicine Hat

Second Team All Stars
Garrett Procee - LCI
Rhett Lewis - Cardston
Tanner French - LCI
Cody Tollestrup - Magrath
Mason Hoffman - Magrath

Varsity Coach of the Year
Brett Ralph - Raymond

Junior Varsity Coach of the Year
Ryan Baldry - Raymond

The All Star game scheduled for March 25th in Magrath has been postponed indefinitely. The presentation of the various plaques and trophies will not occur until schools are reopen and classes resume. [>>]


4A Zones Basketball Suspends Play

Today the SAIAC Council composed of principals from our member schools decided to suspend play in the 4A zone championships as well as the junior varsity playoffs. This decision is in accordance with recommendations from the Alberta government and the province's chief medical officer as a result of attempts to limit the spread of Covid - 19.
The Council's decision is consistent with other ASAA zones who have suspended their competitions. At 6:00 pm this evening the ASAA also announced that next week's provincial basketball championships have been suspended indefinitely.

The Council appreciates the time and efforts of our student athletes and coaches in preparing for zone competition. The thrill of competition is a big part of the high school experience for the players and the enjoyment this provides for our spectators is one of the highlights of the school sporting year so we are aware that there are many people who are disappointed in what has occurred. However given the circumstances the safety of all directly involved with a game as well as the larger community takes precedence.

We will continue to monitor the situation and will update if new information becomes available.

An announcement for ticket refunds will be made in the upcoming days. [>>]


2020 ZONES

4A Boys    4A Girls    JV Boys    JV Girls

Congratulations to our regular season champions.

4A Boys Varsity
Raymond Comets

4A Girls Varsity
Raymond Comets

Junior Varsity Boys – Co Champions
LCI Rams
Raymond Comets
Cardston Wildcats

Junior Varsity Girls
Medicine Hat Kwahommies

South Zone 4A Varsity Playoffs
The boys and girls quarterfinals begin on Tuesday March 10th in the home gyms of the higher seeded teams. The next round of games continues on Thursday March 12th at the First Choice Centre on the campus of the University of Lethbridge. This will be the first of three days of action at the university culminating with the championship games Saturday evening March 14th; Girls at 6pm followed by the Boys at 8 pm.

The top 4 teams in zone play in each gender will qualify for the Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) 4A provincials March 19-21. The provincial finals will be played at the University of Lethbridge.

Junior Varsity Playoffs
The boys and girls quarterfinals begin on Monday March 9th in the home gym of the higher seeded teams. The semi finals in Junior Varsity will be played on Wednesday March 11th again in the home gym of the higher seeded team. The league finals in both leagues will be played at the First Choice Centre on the campus of the University of Lethbridge Saturday March 14th; Girls final at 10 am followed by the Boys final at 12 pm.



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