Fire Bantam girls light the way at area hoops tournaments

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Fire Bantam Girls' basketball team tipped off its tournament season in style, with a good showing at the Dundas Dynamo event in early December followed by the Bantam Girls Round Robin in Cambridge mid-month.

In the first game of the Dundas Dynamos Tournament, the Fire came out strong against Brantford CYO, and ended the half ahead by a basket. However, Brantford rallied in the second half to end with a 47-32 win. Scoring for Flamborough were Ashleigh Elcock (8), Alexandra Webb (6), Doriana Homerski (6), Kayla Slobodnik (4), Karla Holmberg (2) and Sommer Sweetman (2). Jessica Voortman-Bremer and Alanna Whinton both kicked off their first Flamborough Fire rep season with a basket each. The Fire next met stiff competition from Etobicoke, falling to a 53-14 decision. Flamborough Fire scorers were Ashleigh Elcock, Karla Holmberg, Doriana Homerski, Kaitlin Juraschka, Sommer Sweetman and Alexandra Webb.

Flamborough met Hamilton's Transway for the exciting consolation match, with Transway eking out the win, 35-29. Doriana Homerski and Alexandra Webb were hot at the hoop contributing five and three baskets respectively. Also contributing were Carly Trinier with her first two baskets of her rep basketball career, Natalie Rawle, Kayla Slobodnik, Sommer Sweetman, Jessica Voortman-Bremer and Alanna Whinton, who was two-for-two on free throws. The Flamborough Fire girls topped off the weekend with a win against the Haldimand Huskies in the final round of competition with an impressive 42-23 decision. Taking the court by storm in the first half, the Fire doubled the Huskies 28-14 at the half. Karla Holmberg led the scoring with six baskets. Doriana Homerski and Carly Trinier followed with three each and Kayla Slobodnik (2), Alexandra Webb (2), Sommer Sweetman (2), Natalie Rawle, Ashleigh Elcock and Jessica Voortman-Bremer also contributed in the win.

The Bantam Girls enjoyed a great day of hoops at the December 17 Round Robin tournament at the Jacob Hespeler Secondary School in Cambridge. The Bantam teams were well-matched, resulting in great competition as well as skills development for all players.

The Fire met their Waterloo in the first game, which ended with a 42-27 decision for Waterloo.

Flamborough made a great comeback in the second game with a 46-30 victory over Cambridge.

The third and final game was a see-saw battle between the Fire and Woodstock. In the end, Woodstock squeaked by with a 40-34 final score. The Fire's point scorers for the Round Robin were Doriana Homerski (34 points), Karla Holmberg (18), Jessica Voortman-Bremer (11), Alexandra Webb (11), Ashleigh Elcock (8), Sommer Sweetman (6), Alanna Whinton (6), Natalie Rawle (4), Carly Trinier (4), Kaitlin Juraschka (3) and Chanel Clayton (2). Kelsey Juraschka made some excellent contributions to the team's success with smart passes and good rebounds. The Flamborough Fire Bantam Girls will compete in the Hamilton Wildcats tournament on January 20 and 21.

-Submitted by Philip A. Homerski

Fire Bantam girls light the way at area hoops tournaments

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Fire Bantam Girls' basketball team tipped off its tournament season in style, with a good showing at the Dundas Dynamo event in early December followed by the Bantam Girls Round Robin in Cambridge mid-month.

In the first game of the Dundas Dynamos Tournament, the Fire came out strong against Brantford CYO, and ended the half ahead by a basket. However, Brantford rallied in the second half to end with a 47-32 win. Scoring for Flamborough were Ashleigh Elcock (8), Alexandra Webb (6), Doriana Homerski (6), Kayla Slobodnik (4), Karla Holmberg (2) and Sommer Sweetman (2). Jessica Voortman-Bremer and Alanna Whinton both kicked off their first Flamborough Fire rep season with a basket each. The Fire next met stiff competition from Etobicoke, falling to a 53-14 decision. Flamborough Fire scorers were Ashleigh Elcock, Karla Holmberg, Doriana Homerski, Kaitlin Juraschka, Sommer Sweetman and Alexandra Webb.

Flamborough met Hamilton's Transway for the exciting consolation match, with Transway eking out the win, 35-29. Doriana Homerski and Alexandra Webb were hot at the hoop contributing five and three baskets respectively. Also contributing were Carly Trinier with her first two baskets of her rep basketball career, Natalie Rawle, Kayla Slobodnik, Sommer Sweetman, Jessica Voortman-Bremer and Alanna Whinton, who was two-for-two on free throws. The Flamborough Fire girls topped off the weekend with a win against the Haldimand Huskies in the final round of competition with an impressive 42-23 decision. Taking the court by storm in the first half, the Fire doubled the Huskies 28-14 at the half. Karla Holmberg led the scoring with six baskets. Doriana Homerski and Carly Trinier followed with three each and Kayla Slobodnik (2), Alexandra Webb (2), Sommer Sweetman (2), Natalie Rawle, Ashleigh Elcock and Jessica Voortman-Bremer also contributed in the win.

The Bantam Girls enjoyed a great day of hoops at the December 17 Round Robin tournament at the Jacob Hespeler Secondary School in Cambridge. The Bantam teams were well-matched, resulting in great competition as well as skills development for all players.

The Fire met their Waterloo in the first game, which ended with a 42-27 decision for Waterloo.

Flamborough made a great comeback in the second game with a 46-30 victory over Cambridge.

The third and final game was a see-saw battle between the Fire and Woodstock. In the end, Woodstock squeaked by with a 40-34 final score. The Fire's point scorers for the Round Robin were Doriana Homerski (34 points), Karla Holmberg (18), Jessica Voortman-Bremer (11), Alexandra Webb (11), Ashleigh Elcock (8), Sommer Sweetman (6), Alanna Whinton (6), Natalie Rawle (4), Carly Trinier (4), Kaitlin Juraschka (3) and Chanel Clayton (2). Kelsey Juraschka made some excellent contributions to the team's success with smart passes and good rebounds. The Flamborough Fire Bantam Girls will compete in the Hamilton Wildcats tournament on January 20 and 21.

-Submitted by Philip A. Homerski

Fire Bantam girls light the way at area hoops tournaments

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Fire Bantam Girls' basketball team tipped off its tournament season in style, with a good showing at the Dundas Dynamo event in early December followed by the Bantam Girls Round Robin in Cambridge mid-month.

In the first game of the Dundas Dynamos Tournament, the Fire came out strong against Brantford CYO, and ended the half ahead by a basket. However, Brantford rallied in the second half to end with a 47-32 win. Scoring for Flamborough were Ashleigh Elcock (8), Alexandra Webb (6), Doriana Homerski (6), Kayla Slobodnik (4), Karla Holmberg (2) and Sommer Sweetman (2). Jessica Voortman-Bremer and Alanna Whinton both kicked off their first Flamborough Fire rep season with a basket each. The Fire next met stiff competition from Etobicoke, falling to a 53-14 decision. Flamborough Fire scorers were Ashleigh Elcock, Karla Holmberg, Doriana Homerski, Kaitlin Juraschka, Sommer Sweetman and Alexandra Webb.

Flamborough met Hamilton's Transway for the exciting consolation match, with Transway eking out the win, 35-29. Doriana Homerski and Alexandra Webb were hot at the hoop contributing five and three baskets respectively. Also contributing were Carly Trinier with her first two baskets of her rep basketball career, Natalie Rawle, Kayla Slobodnik, Sommer Sweetman, Jessica Voortman-Bremer and Alanna Whinton, who was two-for-two on free throws. The Flamborough Fire girls topped off the weekend with a win against the Haldimand Huskies in the final round of competition with an impressive 42-23 decision. Taking the court by storm in the first half, the Fire doubled the Huskies 28-14 at the half. Karla Holmberg led the scoring with six baskets. Doriana Homerski and Carly Trinier followed with three each and Kayla Slobodnik (2), Alexandra Webb (2), Sommer Sweetman (2), Natalie Rawle, Ashleigh Elcock and Jessica Voortman-Bremer also contributed in the win.

The Bantam Girls enjoyed a great day of hoops at the December 17 Round Robin tournament at the Jacob Hespeler Secondary School in Cambridge. The Bantam teams were well-matched, resulting in great competition as well as skills development for all players.

The Fire met their Waterloo in the first game, which ended with a 42-27 decision for Waterloo.

Flamborough made a great comeback in the second game with a 46-30 victory over Cambridge.

The third and final game was a see-saw battle between the Fire and Woodstock. In the end, Woodstock squeaked by with a 40-34 final score. The Fire's point scorers for the Round Robin were Doriana Homerski (34 points), Karla Holmberg (18), Jessica Voortman-Bremer (11), Alexandra Webb (11), Ashleigh Elcock (8), Sommer Sweetman (6), Alanna Whinton (6), Natalie Rawle (4), Carly Trinier (4), Kaitlin Juraschka (3) and Chanel Clayton (2). Kelsey Juraschka made some excellent contributions to the team's success with smart passes and good rebounds. The Flamborough Fire Bantam Girls will compete in the Hamilton Wildcats tournament on January 20 and 21.

-Submitted by Philip A. Homerski