SPORTS & LEISURE
Independent & Free Press, Thursday, December 1, 2011
Anderson off to UNCG
After representing Canada at three international
tournaments this year as a member of the Junior
National Team, Georgetown’s Adam Anderson
(left) gets a bit of a break from the baseball mound,
while also having the peace of mind about where
he’ll be going to university next year. The 16-year-
old left-handed pitcher helped the Canucks ﬁnish
second at the recent World Junior Qualiﬁcation
Tournament in Cartagena, Colombia, earning
Canada a berth in next year’s IBAF World Junior
Baseball Championship in Seoul, South Korea. A
Grade 12 Christ the King student, Anderson also
signed a National Letter of Intent and Scholarship
with NCAA Division I school University of North
Carolina at Greensboro.
Photo by Adam Morissette
Rebels host Bermuda in b-ball home-and-home Bike father,
The senior boys’ basketball Rebels from held the lead into the third quarter, but end-
Georgetown District High School visited
Bermuda for a tournament during the U.S.
ed up losing 71-65.
Georgetown’s Alex Garvey and Sebastian
Thanksgiving and will continue the cultural Beckett were named to the tournament all- The father-son off-road motorcy-
exchange by hosting a team from the North star team. cling duo, Keith (in action right)
Atlantic territory this weekend. Bermuda’s CedarBridge Academy has a and Kyle Bichard (below right)
For the second year in a row, the Reb- team entered in this weekend’s Tip-Off Clas- from Georgetown, both complet-
els participated in the Bermuda Thanksgiv- sic at GDHS and will take on the host Rebels ed the 2011 World Enduro Can-
ing Classic, which featured some U.S. high Friday at 2:30 p.m. ada season on the podium after
school squads. Georgetown’s Christ the King, Orangeville their ﬁnishes at the Ontario Cross-
Starting off with a 57-38 victory over the Westside, Richmond Hill, Aldershot, Bramp- Country Fall Series’s ﬁnale at the
Bermuda National High School All-Stars, ton’s Cardinal Leger and Peterborough are Gopher Dunes track near London.
GDHS’s seniors downed Florida’s Boca Raton also in the tournament, with the ﬁnal set for Keith won the Vet Senior (45-54
Christian 68-40 before falling to Northwood Saturday at 5:30 p.m. yrs.) age group, while 13-year-old
of Shreveport, Louisiana 56-34 to complete As well, the Rebels begin Halton Tier I Kyle was second in the Mini Senior
the preliminary round. league regular-season play today (Thursday) (12-14 yrs.) in the ﬁnal standings.
Keith also collected $100 for post-
Coach Steve Pettit’s Rebels faced North- at Christ the King against the cross-town ri-
ing the fastest lap of the day.
wood again in the championship game and val Jaguars beginning at 3:30 p.m.
Albany 10th at Storm warning
Florida tourney Chelsea Dixon (left) and Tarea Heshka of the Silver
Players from Ontario swept all Creek Storm get set for a block during last week’s
of the division titles at the Maple North Halton elementary school volleyball Tier I girls’
Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s Boston championship match against Milton’s Hawthorne at
Pizza National Championship Georgetown District High School. The Storm pre-
held recently at the Champions- vailed 25-21, 25-16 and moved on with Hawthorne
Gate Golf Club in Orlando, Fla., to compete in tonight’s (Thursday’s) Halton cham-
with Georgetown’s Joel Albany pionships at E.C. Drury in Milton, along with Tier
placing 10th out of 24 competi- I boys’ North Halton ﬁnalist Stewarttown. Matches
tors in the boys’ 14-16 age group. are scheduled to run from 4-9:15 p.m. Thursday at
Albany, 16, recorded rounds E.C. Drury. No Halton Hills teams qualiﬁed for the
of 85-76 to earn the Day 2 Come- Halton championship tournament in the Tier II girls’
back Award, ﬁnishing 18 shots or boys’ divisions.
back of winner Keaton Jones of
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