Intensity heats up Battle of Waterloo
Published Thursday, January 17, 2013 1:15PM EST
Last Updated Thursday, January 17, 2013 1:19PM EST
The OUA Basketball version of the ‘Battle of Waterloo’ saw an upset. Even with the fantastic individual offensive efforts in the past week, the Wilfrid Laurier men's basketball team is still having trouble recording wins. The Hawks continued their slow start to 2013 with Wednesday’s 67-60 loss to the Waterloo Warriors.
Waterloo held Laurier to just 23 points through the opening 20 minutes. Going into the second half, the Warriors were on top 33-23. Waterloo (2-10) was led by Mike Helsby who had a game-high 17 points. Kyrie Coleman of Washington, D.C., had 14 points and 16 rebounds.
Laurier (3-9) had a strong offensive effort from Jamar Forde, who scored 16 points. The last two CIS Athletes of the Week, Maxwell Allin and William Coulthard both struggled on the night, combining for just 15 points.
Thursday’s Regional Sports Schedule:
DISTRICT-8 BOYS HOCKEY
Monsignor Doyle at St. Benedict – 2:00 pm (Hespeler Arena)
St. David at Resurrection – 3:00 pm (RIM Park)
DISTRICT-10 SENIOR BOYS BASKETBALL
Orangeville at Guelph John F. Ross – 4:00 pm
Guelph St. James at Guelph Bishop Macdonell – 5:15 pm
Fergus Centre Wellington at Guelph Our Lady of Lourdes – 5:30 pm
OUA MEN’S HOCKEY
(#2) Western at Laurier – 7:30 pm
Waterloo at York – 7:00 pm
OUA WOMEN’S HOCKEY
York at (#8) Guelph – 7:30 pm
PROVINCIAL WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE
Cambridge Rivulettes at Brampton Thunder – 7:15 pm
ONTARIO HOCKEY LEAGUE
Guelph at Peterborough – 7:05 pm
Mississauga at Windsor – 7:05 pm
Oshawa at (#10) Barrie – 7:30 pm
GOHL JUNIOR ‘B’ HOCKEY
Stratford at Cambridge – 7:00 pm
St. Marys at Sarnia – 7:10 pm
Chatham at St. Thomas – 7:00 pm
Lambton Shores at Leamington – 7:10 pm
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