Carleton opened the final game on a 7-0 run and before the game was 3:30 minutes old had forced the Vikes to call a timeout down 9-2. The Ravens quickly rotated through players running a deep bench that gave Victoria fits. By the end of the first quarter, the Ravens led 22-8 while holding UVic to 11.1% shooting.
Victoria's shooting heated up in the second quarter with as they used back-to-back threes to cut the lead to within 7. Elias Ralph had 5 in the first five minutes of the quarter before Connor Vreeken and Wazir Latiff heated up for the Ravens to reestablish an 11-point lead.
In the final five minutes of the half, Victoria rallied back finding a rhythm that saw Diego Maffia and Renoldo Robinson both reach double-digits before the half as the Vikes cut the Ravens lead to 1.
After outscoring Carleton by 12 in the second quarter, the Vikes blew the roof off the Ravens' Nest to start the second half exploding to a lead that was as big as 14. By the end of the third, Maffia's 22 points pushed Victoria to a 57-46 lead.
The Ravens didn't back down in the fourth. Connor Vreeken and Wazir Latiff found a rhythm and the Ravens had answers for everything Victoria offered on defence battling back to tie the game and force overtime.
Latiff opened the scoring in the extra frame driving the lane and scoring a beautiful layup. After a big stop on the defensive end, Aidan Warnholtz found a wide-open Grant Shephard for a two-handed jam to start the Ravens on an 11-0 run to start overtime.
Powered by 5 points in the extra frame from Wazir Latiff the Ravens would finish their comeback and run away with the extra period winning the annual tournament 88-80.
The McMaster Marauders blew open Sunday's first game, jumping out to a 9-1 lead before Concordia found a rhythm. Tyrell Williams established the pace for the Stingers with 11 points and 3 rebounds in the first quarter.
McMaster's first quarter was a display of strong ball movement led by Tyler Garcia which opened up space for Luke De Gannes and Mike Demagus to establish their presence in the paint pacing McMaster to a 23-21 lead.
The game remained tight throughout the second quarter, while Sami Jahan put on a show for the Stingers in the second half scoring 7 points while Concordia and McMaster went shot-for-shot. in a quarter with two ties and two lead changes, McMaster leaned on their bench getting 14 bench points for a 41-40 lead.
Michael Paulo had five points in the third quarter as McMaster used 4 of 11 shooting from three-point range to pull ahead by 10.
Down ten to open the fourth, Concordia wouldn't relent, as Jahan and Tyrell Williams paced the Stingers back into the match-up. Decent a pair of late-game threes from Jahan, the Stingers were unable to close the gap and would lose 72-65.