Written by Mike Beasley
The Carleton Ravens scored 100 points or more for the second straight game as they defeated the Toronto Varsity Blues 100- 60 on Saturday night.
One evening earlier Carleton racked up 110 points in a win over Ryerson.
The Ravens scoring was spread around which shows the depth of this year’s roster
Philip Scrubb (Richmond, B.C.) struck for 25 points. Kevin Churchill (Toronto, ON) had 18 points and 6 rebounds. Clinton Springer-Williams (London, ON) registered 11 points and 3 rebounds.
Guillaume Boucard (Montreal, QC.) had a strong game with 10 points, 5 rebounds and scored the 100th point of the game for the Ravens with a nifty lay-up.
Forward Tyson Hinz (Ottawa, ON) acknowledged that Carleton put up 100 points in both weekend games but admitted that the team wasn’t completely satisfied with their performance against Toronto.
“We (Carleton) were better against Ryerson, there were lots of holes in our game against the Varsity Blues,” Hinz explained.
“We know that we will have to be better and play a more complete game against Ottawa on Tuesday. Its’ going to be a tough match and they are going to come out strong.”
The No.1 Ravens (13-0) tangle with the No. 2 Ottawa Gee-Gees (12-1) on Tuesday night, January 21 in the 2014 Capital Hoops Classic. Game time at the Canadian Tire Centre is 8:00PM.