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BobZag
01-06-2011, 03:03 PM
Read from the bottom up--


Didnt take in any consolation games...But saw every team once !! Kevin Pangos 28 point performance vs Carr was the performance of the day
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Unreal third Q for Kevin... Noone on Carr has ano answer right now... Up 12 going into the 4th
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Not a whole lot Kevin Pangos isn't doing right now...single handedly leading Henry Carr by 10 in 3rd
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Game of the day about to tip....Henry Carr vs. Dr.Denison .... First look this year at Kevin Pangos while playing for his high school

ZagNative
01-06-2011, 03:19 PM
I wondered where the game was being held ... From Flagrant Fouls (http://www.flagrantfouls.com/2011/01/st-michaels-college-51st-annual-tournament-schedule-nationally-ranked-prospects/).

The 51st Annual St.Michael's College Tournament kicks off tomorrow, and the event looks to be loaded on paper. From an evaluation standpoint, we should have a good mix of prospects to take in. We'll see some 2011's trying to make a late season push and get the division one call up as well as underclassmen trying to prove that regardless of age, they belong among the GTA's elite. With 2011 officially getting underway the question becomes, Who will step up ? Take a look at this weeks schedule and which nationally ranked prospects are expected to take the hardwood.
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SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 2011

GM #1: Holy Trinity (Oakville) v. Oakwood 10:00AM
GM #2: Mother Teresa v. Pine Ridge 11:30AM
GM #3: Jarvis C.I. v. St. Michael's College 01:00PM
GM #4: Henry Carr v. Dr. J. Denison 02:30PM
Winners of each game will advance to the Quarter Finals on Saturday

Consolation Quarter-finals:
GM #5: Loser GM #1 v. Loser GM #2 04:00PM
GM #6: Loser GM #3 v. Loser GM #4 05:30PM

FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 2011

GM #7: Jean Vanier v. Vaughan 10:00AM
GM #8: Loyola (Oakville) v. H.B. Beal (London) 11:30AM
GM #9: Cathedral (Hamilton) v. Eastern Commerce 01:00PM
GM #10: Holy Names (Windsor) v. Pickering 02:30PM
Winners of each game will advance to the Quarter Finals on Saturday

Consolation Quarter-finals:
GM #11: Loser GM #7 v. Loser GM #8 04:00PM
GM #12: Loser GM #9 v. Loser GM #10 05:30PM

SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 2011

Consolation Semi-finals:
GM #13: Winner GM #5 v. Winner GM #6 10:00AM
GM #14: Winner GM #11 v. Winner GM #12 11:30AM

Championship Quarter-finals:
GM #15: Winner GM #1 v. Winner GM #2 01:00PM
GM #16: Winner GM #3 v. Winner GM #4 02:30PM
GM #17: Winner GM #7 v. Winner GM #8 04:00PM
GM #18: Winner GM #9 v. Winner GM #10 05:30PM

SUNDAY, JANUARY 9, 2011 (CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY)

Championship Semi-finals:
GM #19: Winner GM #15 v. Winner GM #16 10:00AM
GM #20: Winner GM #17 v. Winner GM #18 11:30PM

Consolation Finals
GM #21: Winner GM #13 v. Winner GM #14 01:00PM

Third Place Game
GM #22: Loser GM #19 v. Loser GM #20 02:30PM

Championship Finals
GM #23: Winner GM #19 v. Winner GM #20 04:00PMDuane Notice and Andrew Wiggins will be playing also.

hondo
01-06-2011, 03:20 PM
Nice find
thanks Bob and Native

U Zig, I Zag
01-06-2011, 03:27 PM
Shulman is an alright dude. Tweets a lot of CA basketball... follow him myself.

thespywhozaggedme
01-06-2011, 04:01 PM
Shulman is an alright dude. Tweets a lot of CA basketball... follow him myself.

His brother Dan is the main play by play baseball guy for ESPN.

ZagNative
01-07-2011, 07:36 AM
Shulman reports on the tourney in Flagrant Fouls (http://www.flagrantfouls.com/2011/01/st-michaels-college-51st-annual-tournament-day-one-recap/), including this about Kevin:

DAY ONE STANDOUTS

Kevin Pangos, Dr.Denison (6-1, 2011, PG) (Gonzaga)

We labeled Kevin the top dog in this tournament in our preview, and his day one performance certainly set the tone. If layup lines were an accurate indicator of outcomes, Dr.Denison would never win a game. They certainly don't look like a team capable of hanging with the athletes of Carr. But with Kevin in your lineup, you've always got a punchers chance. It's interesting to watch him in his high school setting because he has to take on the role of scorer for the Huskies. Despite Carr knowing this, Kevin scored 28 points and had a 3rd quarter outburst which was the difference in the game. He got in the gaps, made tough shots in the paint, and proved he could create scoring opportunities for himself. He played a different style then we're used to, but it was refreshing to see and fun to watch. Denison may not have athletes, but their team takes on the identity of their leader. They move the basketball, play unselfish, and value each possession.