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2014 City League Champions - Mavericks

December 17, 2014 - In the final for the 4th consecutive year, the Mavericks won finally won their 2nd City League Championship defeating the Pistons 28-22 in the final.

The Pistons got out to an early 18-12 lead but playing most of the day with only 1 substitution caught up to them in the 2nd half. Fatigue clearly started to take over as they started missing shots that they had been making earlier in the day. The Mavericks meanwhile became stronger as the game went on. Down 22-20 starting the final 4 minutes, the Mavs scored the only 8 points of the shift for the victory.

Top scorers for the Mavericks were Grace Coulter and Bryn Reynolds with 10 points a piece. Meanwhile, Hope Murphy and Alexa Sawchuck led the Pistons with 8 points each.

Even in the loss, Sawchuck had an amazing day. Alexa contributed an amazing 60 points during the first 2 games of the day finishing the day with a 22.7 ppg average.

Final results for the season:

  1. Mavericks
  2. Pistons
  3. Team Muise
  4. Bulls
  5. Gananoque #1 & Gananoque #2 (tied)

The Impact would like to give a special thanks to the high school aged coaches who volunteered their time to lead their young teams.

  • Bridget Mulholland (Mavericks)
  • Jamie Mumby (Mavericks)
  • Haynes Kent (Pistons)
  • Daniel Walton (Bulls)
  • Luke Labrie (Bulls/Pistons)

The City League is a semi-competitive league played on Monday nights through the Fall for girls primarily in grades 6-8.

This year it was comprised of 6 teams made up of females athletes from St. Paul's, St. Martha's, Gananoque as well as Sir John A. MacDonald Public School and La Salle S.S.

Picture of 2014 City League Finalists
2014 City League Finalists - Mavericks (Blue) & Pistons (Gold)