Sunday, January 03, 2016

Gameday -- January 3, 2016

Moncton 123-106 Island

The 1-5 Moncton Miracles got their first win of the season on Sunday in a 123-106 win over the 2-3 Island Storm.

The Miracles held off the Storm of much of the game at Moncton Coliseum, leading at halftime by a score of 57-55.

Moncton will host Saint John on Thursday. The Storm will travel to Halifax on Thursday as well.

You can watch the game below. Stats can be found here.

Halifax 125-121 Saint John

The Saint John Mill Rats took Halifax to the limit and then some on Sunday, falling to the Hurricanes 125-121 in overtime.

Mike Glover came up with 35 points, which included seven points in the overtime frame. Gabe Freeman had 31 points and 11 rebounds in the loss.

Halifax will host the Island Storm on Thursday. Saint John will travel to Moncton for a date with the Miracles on Thursday as well.

You can watch the livestream below. Stats can be found here.

Windsor 94-91 London

The Windsor Express edged the London Lightning at Budweiser Gardens on Sunday, taking  94-91 decision thanks to a late three-pointer from Brandon Robinson.

Windsor started the game poorly, going down 19-16 through the first quarter. After storming back in the second and third quarter, they set the game up for an exciting finish.

After a missed free throw from Garrett Williamson, the Express went ahead 94-91 with five seconds to go after a massive three pointer from Robinson.

Tyshawn Patterson led the game with 29 points. Chris Commons led the Express with 22 points.

London will now enjoy a week-long break before taking on the Orangeville A’s at the Athletic Institute on Sunday. Windsor will head to St. Catherines for a date with the Niagara River Lions on Tuesday.

You can watch the game below. Stats can be found here.

Orangeville 108-105 Niagara

The Orangeville A’s edged the Niagara River Lions at the Meridian Centre on Sunday by a score of 108-105 on the back of a strong rebounding performance.

The two clubs traded blows throughout the game, which led to a high-scoring fourth quarter that was led by Niagara 34-33.

Orangeville destroyed Niagara on the boards, taking down 20 offensive rebounds on route to a 59-44 head-to-head against the River Lions. Their 20 offensive boards led to 24 second chance points.

Niagara will host Windsor on Tuesday. Orangeville will welcome London on Sunday.

You can watch the game below. Stats are here.