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Sr Boys Basketball

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2021-2022 Season​


Player Number​

​Player Name

​Grade
​Height
​Position
​3
​Lorik Hyseni
​11
​5'10
​G
​4
​Antonio Cabral
​11
​5"9
​G
​5
​Mark Illiescu
​11
​5"10
​G
​10
​Connor Asuncion
​13
​5"10​
​G
​11
​Vaughn Legresley
​11
​6"0
​F
​12
​Luigi Stubbert
​12
​6"2
​F
​13
​Jake Melim
​11
​6"1
​G/F
​14
​Ben Costa
​11
​6"1
​F
​21
​Matt Mignault
​12
​5"8
​G
​22
​Nate Matos
​12
​6"2
​F
​23
​​Seth Beckwith​
​11
​6"1​
​F
​24
​Jackson Young 
​12
​5"10
​G
​33
​Jer Beckwith
​12
​6"2
​F
​44
​Jack Saganowich​
​11
​6"0​
​G/F​

Coaches: Jake Cooper, Flynn Larson, Rick Caverly, Robin Dzierneijko, Jordan Hulton ​

Manager: Chris Tyler

Basketball players on the court

2021-2022 seasons Schedule

​Date
​Home
​Home Score
​Away 
​Away Score
​12/7/2021
​LCVI
​51
​HC
​56
​12​/9/2021
​HC
​36
​LSS
​38
​2/17/2022
​FSS
​65
​HC
​3​1
​2/22/2022
​HC
​58
​KSS
​55
​2/24/2022
​HC
​54
​MR
​8
​2/28/2022
​SHS
​45
​HC
​50
​3/1/2022
​HC
​52
​ESS
​21
​3/3/2022
​NDSS
​29
​HC
​57
​3/9/2022
​HC
​35
​RND
​53
​3/10/2022​
​BSS
​61
​HC
​53
​3/22/2022​
​BSS
​43
​HC
​63
​3/24/2022
​FSS
​62
​HC
​36

2021-2022 Season Summary​​
​The boys had a strong start to the season winning their first game of the season against LCVI. Two days later comes their game against LSS where defense was put on show only allowing 38 points in a tough loss. After a tough loss to Frontenac, Holy Cross shows they don't take losses like this easily, winning four straight games with a huge wins against ESS and MR. In what was possibly the chippiest game of the season, the PH classic showed a lot of heart from the boys battling after being down big, Matt Mignault especially showed what hard work can do to change a game, winning player of the game in the process. Regardless of this loss, HC showed what they can accomplish when giving 100%. For the last game of the regular season, Holy Cross plays Bayridge in a playoffs preview. This 61-53 loss showed the boys what they had to improve, and in their next game with a new game plan and improved energy, Holy Cross would flip the script and win 63-43, a 28 point difference from their first meeting. Going into the semi finals, Holy Cross was faced with a tough opponent in FSS. The score of this game is not a full story as HC actually won quarters 2 and 3. Being the last game that some of the boys would play in high school, the energy that HC brought was impressive, big runs for Frontenac was what cost them the game but in an underdog story Holy Cross proved they deserved to be there and made this game chippy, energetic, and very fun to watch, even with multiple players out due to sickness. Not enough could be said about the team this season, a wonderful group of guys whos main goal was to win. Improvement throughout the season was clear as losses quickly translated to wins and leads were dissipated​. It's tough to see players not returning next season but coaches are optimistic for next years player and training for next season is already underway. The boys really made the school proud and showed what it means to be a Crusader. 


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2019-2020 Season​


Player Number

 

Player NameGradeHeight     Position 
3Josh Tan115"8G
4Conor Gaudet 125"11G
5Connor Asuncion115"11G
10Flynn Larson 126"4F
11Nic Badalato126"1G
12Nathan Young 126"1G
14Jack Stevens 126"2F
15Jack Thurlby 126"2F
23Michael Kelvin II126"5F
24Carson Alderson 116"1G
34Joe Hamilton 126"3F


Manager: Ethan Drumm 

Coaches: Jake Cooper, Pat Corbin, Rick Caverly, Robin Dzierneijko, Steve Garant 


2019-2020 seasons Schedule

Tuesday, December 5th, 2019HC64LCVI27
Tuesday, December 10th, 2019HC50MR41
Thursday, December 12th, 2019HC68NDSS64
Tuesday, December 17th, 2019HC55LSS50
Thursday, December 29th, 2019HC64ESS27
Tuesday, January 7th, 2020HC

31FSS56
Thursday, January 9th, 2020HC

45KCVI52
Tuesday, Tuesday 14th, 2020HC

44BSS35
Thursday, January 17th, 2020HC50RND47
Wednesday, February 5th, 2020HC66SHS67

Thursday, February 19th, 2020 (Quarterfinal)HC43LSS36
Friday, February 20th, 2020 (Semi-Final) HC26FSS59

 

2019-2020 Season Summary

The boys started this years season off strong with 5 consecutive wins in order against LCVI, MR, NDSS, LSS, and ESS. They had a strong finish against LCVI, and were faced with 2 close games afterwards, scoring 50-41 against MR, and 68-64 against NDSS. After their season starting 5-game winning streak, they were next faced with FSS, where they unfortunately were defeated 56-31. The boys regained their composure for their next opponent and picked up steam as they won their next 2 games back-to-back against BSS and then against RND during the Annual Memorial game. The emotionally-packed Memorial posed to be quite a show with both teams fighting for the lead, and the HC boys clearly proved their spirit and drive by taking the final lead at 50-47 with an outstanding team defensive effort, especially noted from our own Jack Stevens limiting Frontenac's  Kinstler. Special note to fund-raising done at the Memorial, led by JT.   The boys next faced SHS, where the nail-biting game unfortunately came out as SHS-67, HC-66, a hard fought game where the boys all showed character and grit despite the final outcome. The boys quickly bounced back from the previous game and regained their composure, showing once again their overall grit, defeating LSS in the quarter-final 43-39. Finally they were faced against FSS in the semi-final, where unfortunately they were unable to come out on top. The boys wrapped up the season with 14 points - 7 wins and 3 losses, as well as more than a few dunks from Mike Kelvin. Despite the ups and downs, the boys finished with a record-breaking 40 practices during  season - more than any previous year in team history.  This just goes to show the dedication and hard with that the boys put into this year's season. The coaches don't want to say goodbye to the returning players from this year, but are looking forward to next year as the team's tireless hard work and dedication this year will outline what it means to be a Crusader in Sr Boys Basketball.

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2018-2019 Season


Player Number

 

Player NameGrade
3Conor Gaudet11
4Nic Badalato 11
10Flynn Larson11
15Jack Thurlby11
12Nathan Young11
22Adam Iliescu11
14Parker Alderson12
5Jake Cooper12
44Tommy Pendergast13
13Tristan O'brien13
11Griffin Chenier13
33Mitchell Beaubien13
34Tanner Hawley13


Seasons Schedule

Thursday, December 6th, 20183:45PMESSHoly Cross
Tuesday, December 11th, 20185:15PMLCVIHoly cross
Thursday, December 13th, 20183:45PMHoly CrossMR
Tuesday, December 18th, 20183:45PMHoly Cross Sydenham
Thursday, December 20th, 20183:45PMHoly CrossHoly Cross
Tuesday, January 8th, 20195:15PM

Holy CrossNDSS
Thursday, January 10th, 20193:45PMFSSHoly Cross
Tuesday, Tuesday 15th, 20195:15PM

LSSHoly Cross
Thursday, January 17th, 20197:00PMHoly CrossRND
Tuesday, February 5th, 20195:15PM

Holy CrossBSS
Thursday, February 7th, 20193:45PMGRECHoly Cross

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2018-2019 Season Summary

The Boys season started off rocky after a late start due to the football season extending into OFSAA. They started off the season with a strong win against Ernestown. The team then played in the Queens Tournament next were they faced good competition for the rest of the season. After that win the team started rolling with wins over LCVI, MR, SHS, KCVI and NDSS. After a five game win streak, they unfortunately lost to defending KASSAA champs, FSS in overtime. The boys came back strong again with a win over Regi in the Annual Memorial game. With a strong season behind them, the boys faced off against FSS in quarterfinals. The game was close the whole way and constantly swapping the lead, the boys fought hard. However, FSS came away with the victory and went onto KASSAA against LSS Even though, the boys lost to FSS in the semi-finals for the second year in a row, they still tied for second place in KASSAA standings, with 9 wins and 2 losses for a total of 18 points, with much fewer technical fouls than last year. The coaches are sad to see the fifth year players go but look forward to the great group of players returning and they want to thank the players for their hard work and dedication all season.




​2017-2018 Season


Player Number

 

Player Name​Grade
4Jesse Soroka13
5Mitch Beaubien12
10Tristan O'Brien12
11Griffin Chenier12
14Parker Alderson11
15Sam Pierson13
21Dom Montalbano12
22Jake Cooper11
23Nathan Young10
34Tanner Hawley12
44Tommy Pendergast12


Seasons Schedule

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

3:30PM

KCVI

Holy Cross

Loss

49 - 42

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

5:00PM

Holy Cross

Ernestown

Win

75 - 55

Thursday, December 21st, 2017

7:00PM

Holy Cross

Lasalle

Loss

54 - 56

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

5:30PM

Sydenham

Holy Cross

Win

39 - 40

Thursday, January 11th, 2018

4:00PM

Napanee

Holy Cross

Win

52 - 78

Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

5:00PM

Holy Cross

Frontenac

Win

52 - 49

Thursday, January 18th, 2018

7:30PM

Regi

Holy Cross

Win

50 - 43

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

5:00PM

Holy Cross

LCVI

Win

50 - 37

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

3:30PM

Bayridge

Holy Cross

Win

41 - 20

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

QUARTER FINALS

2:30PM

Holy Cross

Sydenham

Win

58 - 56

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

SEMI FINALS

3:30PM

Lasalle

Holy Cross

Loss

60 - 48

Friday, February 16th, 2018

EOSSA

3:30pm

Holy Cross

Regi

Win

52-43

Wednesday, February, 21st 2018

EOSSA

9:30AM

Holy Cross

Perth

Win

54-45

Wednesday, February, 21st 2018

EOSSA

3:00PM

Holy Cross

St. Joe’s

Win

67-44



2017-2018 Season Summary

The Boys season started off rocky after a late start due to the football season extending into EOSSA. They fought hard in our annual Holy Cross tournament but were short plays because of the school play Gods Spell. They started the KASSAA season off with a loss to KCVI followed by a win to Ernestown. The team then played in the Queens Tournament next were they faced good competition for the rest of the season. They then played Lasalle in a fundraiser game just before the Christmas break. The boys lost that game on a buzzer beater shot. As tough as the loss was the game raised $850 that players from both schools went out and bought Christmas gifts for kids and families spending their holidays in KGH. When the players came back from the holiday their first game was against Sydenham. The team got the victory in a hard fought battle in Sydenhams home gym. After that win the team started rolling with wins over Napanee, defending KASSAA champs Frontenac, Regi in the annual memorial game, LCVI, and Bayridge. With a five game win streak going the boys faced off against Sydenham in quarterfinals. The game was close the whole way and constantly swapping the lead, but the boys fought hard and brought the game into overtime where they got a win advancing them onto the semi finals. In the semis the team faced off against Lasalle where they fought hard all game and the score was within 2 points during the final 4 minutes. Lasalle came away with the victory and went on to win KASSAA against Frontenac. After the loss the boys were challenged by Regi for the top AAA KASSAA team and a chance to represent kingston at EOSSA and possibly OFSAA. The team came together and played great basketball and beat Regi again. After that the team had to play in EOSSA qualifiers against Perth high school and St. Joseph's high school. The boys came together and won both games allowing them to advance to OFSAA in Windsor. At OFSAA the team had tough competition playing against the second and fifth seeded teams. The boys came out of OFSAA with a 3 and 1 record. The coaches want to thank the players for their hard work all season and dedication.