2017-18 Invitational Tournaments Hosted By League Members

(Kindly provided by the Southern Alberta Basketball Officials Association and Medicine Hat High School)
MAY NOT BE COMPLETE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE

NOVEMBER 24-25
Chinook JV Boys

DECEMBER 1-2
Chinook SV Boys

DECEMBER 8-9
Cardston SV Boys & Girls
LCI JV Girls

DECEMBER 15-16
Medicine Hat High SV Boys & Girls
Catholic Central SV Girls
Magrath SV Boys
LCI JV Girls

DECEMBER 26-27
Raymond SV Boys

JANUARY 12-13
Chinook SV Girls
Medicine Hat High JV Boys & Girls

JANUARY 26-27
Winston Churchill JV Boys

FEBRUARY 2-3
LCI SV Girls
Winston Churchill SV Boys

FEBRUARY 16-17
LCI SV Boys
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2017-18 Regular Season Will Tip December 5

No major changes in the Southern Alberta High School 4A Boys Basketball League this regular season.

All varsity programs must go 4A provincially (even though only three of eight are by size) to be league members.

The league is comprised of the same eight programs - Cardston, Catholic Central, Chinook, LCI, Magrath, Medicine Hat High, Raymond and Winston Churchill - as recent years.

All eight have entered varsity and junior varsity teams, who will each play a double-round robin regular season slate.

There are changes in the nine-member Southern Alberta High School Girls Basketball League however.

Winston Churchill have taken a one-season leave from varsity girls, with Chinook taking a leave from JV girls. As well, teams in JV and varsity will play a double-round robin regular season table, a change from going to Division A and B after the first go-round in recent seasons. So, a significant increase in girls regular season game numbers.

As well, in the girls' varsity loop, schools do not have to go 4A if their population numbers don't dictate they must.

4A by size Catholic Central, Chinook and Medicine Hat High are once again joined by Cardston, LCI and Raymond in 4A. As well, Magrath have declared-up to 4A for 2017-18. W.R Myers and Winston Churchill (who will have a varsity team, but they won't play in the league) are going 3A.

The regular season concludes March 3.

There are JV league playoffs, but varsity teams go directly to Alberta Schools Athletic Association South Zone Championships that same week, March 5-10.

ASAA Provincials are set for March 15-17.

The league varsity all-star games and individual awards night will be hosted by Chinook to cap the campaign on March 21.
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2016-17 League Awards And Tony Roma's All-Star Games

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

GIRLS LEAGUE

Varsity Most Valuable Player (Tie)
Millay Johnson, W.R. Myers/Jessica Zarowny, LCI

First Team All-Stars
Dez Jensen, Raymond
Hannah Gibb, LCI
Jordyn Kearley, Medicine Hat
Maitlynn Miller, Catholic Central

Second Team All-Stars
Kaitlynn Pierson, Cardston
Natalie Hoyt, W.R. Myers
Kitawna Sparks, W.R. Myers
Jill Nunn, Cardston
Bethany Dow, Magrath

Varsity Coach of the Year (Tie)
Robert Baker, Raymond/Shawn Heggie, LCI

Junior Varsity Coach of the Year
Jeff Johnson, Cardston

4A BOYS LEAGUE

Varsity Most Valuable Player
Max Russell, Cardston

First Team All-Stars
Tanner McLachlan, LCI
Brock Dewsbery, Raymond
Austin Merrill, Cardston
Chase Bohne, Raymond
Matt Manas, Medicine Hat

Second Team All-Stars
Boomer Heggie, Raymond
Taylor Cook, Magrath
Nick Gibb, Catholic Central
Spencer Roberts, Raymond
Luka Korosec, Catholic Central

Varsity Coach of the Year
Ken McMurray, Cardston

Junior Varsity Coach of the Year
Jarom Phillips, Cardston

TEAM CHAMPIONS

GIRLS LEAGUE

Regular Season
Varsity, LCI
Junior Varsity, Cardston

JV Playoffs
Cardston

4A Zones
LCI

3A Zones
W.R. Myers

4A BOYS LEAGUE

Regular Season
Varsity, Cardston
Junior Varsity, Cardston

Boys JV Playoffs
Cardston

4A Zones
Magrath

TONY ROMA'S ALL-STAR GAMES
Wednesday, March 22, at Catholic Central Campus West

GIRLS

DARK (CARDSTON, MEDICINE HAT, W. R. MYERS, WINSTON CHURCHILL) 82
LIGHT (CATHOLIC CENTRAL, CHINOOK, LCI, MAGRATH, RAYMOND) 70

Team Light

Head Coach: Shawn Heggie, LCI

Catholic Central - Maitlynn Miller 15
Chinook - Amy Vaka 2
LCI - Hannah Gibb 7, Berkley Heggie 5, Jocelyn Neilson 11, Jessica Zarowny 10
Magrath - Bethany Dow 4, Ady Strong INJURED
Raymond - Halli Baker 2, Dez Jensen 10, Lyvia Jensen 6, Teyah Weir INJURED

Team Dark

Head Coach: Jeff Harrold, Medicine Hat High

Cardston - Ava Hardy 2, Jill Nunn 2, Kaitlynn Pierson 8
Medicine Hat - Jordyn Kearley INJURED, Kyla Kearley 3, Kaesha Milne 8, Rhiannon Ware 18
W.R. Myers - Natalie Hoyt 14, Millay Johnson 14, Kitawna Sparks 8
Winston Churchill - Jayden Lashley 5

4A BOYS

DARK (CATHOLIC CENTRAL, CHINOOK, MAGARTH, RAYMOND) 110
LIGHT (CARDSTON, LCI, MEDICINE HAT, WINSTON CHURCHILL) 98

Team Light

Head Coach: Kevin McBeath, Winston Churchill

Cardston - Jaxon Jensen, Austin Merrill 8, Max Russell 2
LCI - John Evans 6, Jordan Jacobs 11, Tanner McLachlan 17
Medicine Hat - Matt Manas 23, Bak Nyang 8, Darin Parker 7
Winston Churchill - Isaac Greenwood 16

Team Dark

Head Coach: Todd Heggie, Raymond

Catholic Central - Nick Gibb 6, Luka Korosec 2
Chinook - Nick Myndio INJURED
Magrath - Paycen Plackmore 22, Taylor Cook 18, Sam Payne 7, Brady Tollestrup 8
Raymond - Chase Bohne 20, Brock Dewsbery 10, Boomer Heggie 5, Spencer Roberts 18
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2015-16 League Awards and Tony Roma's All-Star Games

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

GIRLS LEAGUE

Varsity Most Valuable Player
Mylanda Miller, Catholic Central

First Team All-Stars
Jessica Zarowny, LCI
Hayley LePard, W.R. Myers
Millay Johnson, W.R. Myers
Cameo Hanlon, Chinook
Jordyn Kearley, Medicine Hat

Second Team All-Stars
Isabel Rattai, Medicine Hat
Bailey Nelson, Cardston
Dez Jensen, Raymond
Tia Heggie, Cardston
Hannah Gibb, LCI

Varsity Coach of the Year (Three-Way Tie)
Jeff Harrold, Medicine Hat/Shawn Heggie, LCI/J.J. Salmon, Raymond

Junior Varsity Coach of the Year
Tim Rollingson, Chinook

4A BOYS LEAGUE

Varsity Most Valuable Player
Max Russell, Cardston

First Team All-Stars
Chase Bohne, Raymond
Leif Leclaire, Catholic Central
Brady Nelson, LCI
Brock Dewsbery, Raymond
Boomer Heggie, Raymond

Second Team All-Stars
Tevin Hall, LCI
Kyle Mitchell, Winston Churchill
Anfernee Houmphanh, Medicine Hat
Gerad Wagenaar, Medicine Hat
Shawn Adams, Catholic Central

Varsity Coach of the Year
Chad Watson, Medicine Hat

Junior Varsity Coach of the Year
Ken McMurray, Cardston

TEAM CHAMPIONS

GIRLS LEAGUE

Regular Season
Varsity, LCI
Junior Varsity, Chinook

JV Playoffs
Raymond

4A Zones
Catholic Central

3A Zones
W.R. Myers

3A Provincials
W.R. Myers

4A BOYS LEAGUE

Regular Season
Varsity, Raymond/Cardston Co-Champions
Junior Varsity, LCI

Boys JV Playoffs
LCI

4A Zones
Raymond

TONY ROMA'S ALL-STAR GAMES
Wednesday, March 23, at LCI

GIRLS LEAGUE

LIGHT (LETHBRIDGE, PLUS MAGRATH) 71
DARK (NON-LETHBRIDGE, EXCEPT FOR MAGRATH) 59

Team Light

Head Coach: Colin Sheen, Winston Churchill

Players
Catholic Central: Maria Blanco 12, Maitlynn Miller 0, Mylanda Miller 8
Chinook: Cameo Hanlon 8, Alyssa Hoveling 7
LCI: Hannah Gibb 2, Jocelyn Neilson 18, Jessica Zarowny 13
Magrath: Cassidy Cook 3
Winston Churchill: Jayden Lashley 5

Team Dark

Head Coach: Kenney Wood, W.R. Myers

Players
Cardston: Tia Heggie 6, Bailey Nelson 15
Kate Andrews: Madison Wright 14
Medicine Hat: Jordan Kearley 0, Kaesha Milne 0, Isabel Rattai 4
Raymond: Dez Jensen 6
W.R. Myers: Natalie Hoyt 5, Millay Johnson 8, Hayley LePard 1

4A BOYS LEAGUE

TEAM LIGHT (LETHBRIDGE) 105
TEAM DARK (NON-LETHBRIDGE) 104

Team Light

Head Coach: Paul Bagnall, Catholic Central

Players
Catholic Central: Shawn Adams 15, Dustin Kaminski 15, Leif Leclaire 7
Chinook: Ty Moline 12, Nick Myndio 2
LCI: Mitch Boychuk 18, Tevin Hall 4, Tanner McLachlan 6, Brady Nelson 18
Winston Churchill: Kyle Mitchell 8

Team Dark

Head Coach: Chad Watson, Medicine Hat High

Players
Cardston: Austin Merrill 3, Shane Quinton 10, Max Russell 18, Brigham Smith 11
Magrath: Brady Tollestrup 8
Medicine Hat: Anfernee Houmphanh 3, Gerad Wagenaar 11
Raymond: Chase Bohne 23, Brock Dewsbery 12, Boomer Heggie 5

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