The Lambton College women’s basketball program pushed their record to 8-6 in the OCAA West with a 57-53 win over Conestoga on Wednesday night. This leaves the Lions sitting a comfortable 4th in the division, which his good enough for a 7th place nod in the provincial rankings.

Ashleigh Petit and Madisyn Campbell led the Lions with 17 points each in this week’s win. Petit also pulled down nine rebounds. Morgan Wagg contributed nine points with Daylin Galvin scoring eight. Christine Fleischer had 11 rebounds.

Wagg, Campbell and Fleischer are now all averaging over 12 points per game this season.

The Lions were supposed to hit the road to Niagara this Saturday but severe weather forecasts have postponed the game to later in the season. The team travels to Windsor on Wednesday, January 23rd to face the St. Clair Saints, before returning home to play the University of Toronto-Mississauga Eagles on Sunday, January 27th at 1pm.

The Lambton College men’s basketball team moved their record to 7-7 on the campaign with a 102-94 OT win in Kitchener over the Condors on Wednesday. The Lions currently sit ranked #10 in Ontario.

Journee Joseph and Tyvell Peters led the way with 23 points each on the night. Kardon Edwards scored 18 to go along with nine assists. Keith Laryea scored 13 and pulled down nine rebounds. Jason Watts scored 11, Dwayne Lambert-Cadore five, Deiondre Reid scored four and had 10 rebounds, Deshaun Kelley netted three and Shak Seymour had two.

With Saturday’s game cancellation against Niagara, the Lions will travel with the women’s squad to Windsor to face the Saints midweek, before hosting UTM next Sunday at 3pm.

Tyvell Peters leads the team in scoring at 22.3 points per game. The team leads the province in both assists and blocked shots.

We hope to see you in the gym on January 27th for our next OCAA home games!!!