Swim Team Remains Dominant
In the Isles only home meet of the year the ladies dominated the pool with a 144.5 point win over second place St Jerome. The guys defeated Maisonneuve by 62.5 points to keep the record perfect for both teams. The season is far from over as this only concludes 3 of 8 meets in the year. The team will be on break until the New Year when they travel to Vieux Montreal on the 27th of January.
Women’s Dominate the Boomerang and Play OT with Lionel Groulx
Paced by a hat trick from Hailey Burns, the Isles overpowered the Andre Laurendeau Boomerang winning the game 6-1. Burns added an assist to round out her 4 point night. Juliana Classen also had 4 points with 1 goal and 3 assists. Aube Racine gave up 1 goal on 19 shots faced.
With less than 24 hours to turn it around, the team was off to Lionel Groulx to face the Nordiques. Classen picked up her second goal of the weekend assisted by Julia D’Alleva and Burns. A late goal by the Nordiques put the game into overtime, with Lionel Groulx taking the win in the shootout.
Women’s Basketball Could not Recover from a Slow Start
The women’s basketball team suffered their first loss of the season Friday night when they dropped a 53-43 decision to Montmorency. The Nomades dominated the first half, taking an 18-4 lead after the first quarter and a 37-13 margin at halftime. They extended the lead to 47-22 after 30 minutes of play before the Islanders came to life in the fourth quarter, outscoring the visitors 21-6. Rikki Blumenfeld led John Abbott with 14 points while Aliyah Alford chipped in with 11.
Men’s Basketball Fall to League Leaders
The men’s basketball team hosted the first place Montmorency Nomades to end their first half of the season. The Nomades took a commanding 49-29 lead to end the half. However, the Isles battled the Nomades and won the third quarter 20-15, but Montmorency still led 64-49.
The Isles made another run but could not sustain the effort and lost the game by a final score of 91-71.
Top performers were Elie. Mouyal with 21 points, Adam Pace and Jordan Thornhill had 13 apiece.