Basketball

Basketball 2016-2017

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Senior Girls Basketball Schedule
Mike Dea Tournament SFX
December 1 - 3
 
PK (64) @ Archbishop MacDonald (37)
Monday, December 5
5 - 6:30 pm
PK (64) @ Archbishiop O'Leary (66)
Wednesday, December 14
6:30 - 8 pm
REB Tournament
December 15 - 17
 
SACHS (49) @ PK (53)
Monday, December 19
5 - 6:30 pm
Trip to San Diego
December 26 to January 3
 
PK (76) @ Harry Ainlay (29)
Wednesday, January 11
5 - 6:30 pm
PK Sr. Girls Invitational Tournament
January 13 - 14
 Large Gym
Archbishop Jordan (18) @ PK (78)
Wednesday, February 1
6:30 - 8 pm
Bishop Grandin Tournament
February 3 - 4
Calgary
Bev Facey @ PK
Wednesday, February 8
5 - 6:30 pm
PK @ Strathcona
Tuesday, February 14
5 - 6:30 pm
Spruce Grove @ PK
Wednesday, February 15
6:30 - 8 pm
Panther Classic Tournament
February 17 - 18
 
Jasper Place @ PK
Wednesday, February 22
5 - 6:30 pm
 Playoffs O'Leary @ PK   
Monday, February 27
5 - 6:30 pm

 

Senior Boys Basketball Schedule
Totem Ross Shep Tournament
December 1 - 3
 
PK (85) @ Archbishop MacDonald (64)
Monday, December 5
6:30 - 8 pm
Sturgeon (53) @ PK (72)
Wednesday, December 7
5 - 6:30 pm
Strathcona Christian Tournament
December 8 - 10
 
SACHS (56) @ PK (58)
Monday, December 19
6:30 - 8 pm
PK (75) @ Strathcona Christian (48)
Wednesday, December 21
5 - 6:30 pm
PK (63) @ Salisbury (57)
Wednesday, January 11
5 - 6:30 pm
Archbishop Jordan (67) @ PK (69)
Wednesday, February 1
5 - 6:30 pm
Archbishop Mac Tournament
February 3 - 4
 
Eastglen (53) @ PK (63)
Tuesday, February 7
5 - 6:30 pm
Western Canada Tournament
February 9 - 11 (Calgary)
 
PK @ Bellerose
Monday, February 13
6:30 - 8 pm
Austin O'Brien @ PK
Wednesday, February 15
5 - 6:30 pm
PK @ Ardrossan
Wednesday, February 22
5 - 6:30 pm
Playoffs @ PK
Wednesday, March 1   
5 - 6:30 pm

 

Junior Girls Basketball Schedule
PK (49) @ Strathcona (43)
Tuesday, December 6
5 - 6:30 pm
PK (50) @ Jasper Place (59)
Monday, December 12
5 - 6:30 pm
PK (64) @ Archbishop Jordan (58)
Tuesday, December 13
5 - 6:30 pm
Archbishop O'Leary (54) @ PK (56)
Wednesday, December 14
5 - 6:30 pm
PK (51)  @ Harry Ainlay (64)
Thursday, December 22
6:30 - 8 pm
Ross Sheppard (46) @ PK (58)
Tuesday, January 10
5 - 6:30 pm
Archbishop Jordan (61) @ PK (59)
Thursday, January 12
5 - 6:30 pm
Strathcona (52) @ PK (41)
Thursday, February 2
6:30 - 8 pm
PK (42) @ Ross Sheppard (47)
Tuesday, February 7
5 - 6:30 pm
Jasper Place @ PK
Thursday, February 9
5 - 6:30 pm
Bev Facey Tournament
February 10 & 11
 
PK @ Archbishop O'Leary
Tuesday, February 14
5 - 6:30 pm
Harry Ainlay @ PK
Thursday, February 16
6:30 - 8 pm
St. FX Tournament
February 17 & 18
 
Playoffs Jasper Place @ PK   
February 28
5 - 6:30 pm

 

 Junior Boys Basketball Schedule
 Salisbury (57) @ PK (70)
Tuesday, December 6
5 - 6:30 pm
PK (59) @ Archbishop Jordan (56)
Thursday, December 8
5 - 6:30 pm
PK (58) @ Memorial (49)
Tuesday, December 13
5 - 6:30 pm
PK (83) @ Queen Elizabeth (70)
Tuesday, December 20
5 - 6:30 pm
Edmonton Christian (58) @ PK (54)
Tuesday, January 10
6:30 - 8 pm
St Peter Apostle (40) @ PK (58)
Thursday, February 2
5 - 6:30 pm
PK @ Sturgeon
Tuesday, February 7
6:30 - 8 pm
Archbishop MacDonald @ PK
Thursday, February 16
5 - 6:30 pm
PK @ Bellerose
Tuesday, February 21
6:30 - 8 pm
Playoffs @ PK
Wednesday, March 1
6:30 - 8 pm
 
Sr. Girl's Basketball team

 
Jr. Girls bring home the gold from the St. FX tournament!

 

 

Jr. Girls win at Bev Facey Tournament
 

 

Sr. Girls Pk California Tour

Sr. Boys Finish with Bronze at Strathcona Tournament

 

 
Sr. Girls Basketball at Mike Dea Tournament SFX
    • PK Brings Home the Trophy!


 

SLAM Time in Women's Hoops St. Albert Gazette

 

PK Blues Outlook:
The 2015-2016  Blues finished with a 22-14 record. The Lady Blues finished with a 10-4 record in the metro Edmonton league as division one semifinalists and 1-2 at 4A provincials. The youngest team in the province that will be a sure bet to make some noise at the 4A level. One grade 12 player, Allison Hunder, with six grade 11's, all who played Senior's last year will welcome three new grade10 players who do not play like rookies. The Paul Kane Blues are a young but highly energetic team that is poised to make some serious noise this year. A very cohesive group with only ten players that is extremely young but not without much talent. Here are the Blues:
Allison Hunder
 
2016 Grade 11 Alberta Shooting Stars MVP in the all-star game for the province. A member of the Grant MacEwan Griffins U17 team where she played in the Prairie Elite Basketball League is the new leader of the Blues. A deadly shooter and crafty scorer from all areas on the floor. She leads by example and will be a top ranked recruit for multiple post secondary schools this year.
Alesha Stanley
Grade 11 scoring phenom from the three. Alesha was the only St Albert member of the Alberta U17 team this past summer where she played in the Canadian National Championships. She was a member of the University of Alberta Pandas U17 team where she played in the Prairie Elite Basketball League during the spring. She provides a ton of skill on the floor and is a tenacious defender in the back court.
Anika Steel
Grade 11 dominant presence inside the paint where she will out skill you with her post moves and out rebound bigger sized players. A member of the Grant MacEwan Griffins U17 team where she played in the Prairie Elite Basketball League this past spring. Anika will lead the team in many categories. Her team personality is infectious and will help lead the team in the front court with her versatility. She is a lock down defender inside who will take on multiple players who pose a threat to our team inside the key.
Bronwen Barte
Arguably one of the most improved players in the province. She was a member of the University of Alberta Pandas U17 team where she played in the Prairie Elite Basketball League during the spring. Bronwen can play every position on the floor and will be one of the most versatile players at the 4A level this year. She is a threat from the three point line and will out work you in the open court. A tenacious defender that will put the Blues over the top.
Deanna Missins
One of the most improved players we have witnessed within one year. The best teammate you could have.  Supportive role player that does nothing but make her team better. Deanna is an incredible rebounder with a work ethic better than the rest. She is the key ingredient for our team to control the paint and provide the toughness that our players need.
Tegan Mackinnon
An incredible open court guard who leads the team with steals and with her speed and work ethic Tegan can outlast opponents just by her shear will to win.  She is one of the most competitive players on the team who is arguably the best all around athlete. A high level soccer and volleyball player as well and what Tegan bring to the team is pure heart. A lock down defender and typically draws the toughest assignment against the opposing team best player. Tegan has improved her shooting and will make some huge contributions this year.
Jenae John
On of the twin towers on the Blues. A very dedicated athlete who has flourished in Volleyball and Basketball.  Will lead the team in rebounds in the paint as she is a very good defensive rebounder. A leader on the team who portrays an always team first attitude. Jenae is coming off a sprained ankle from volleyball but will be a force for the Blues under the hoop when she gets back into the groove.
Danika Chrapk
Last year Danika was a member of the St. Albert Slam provincial championship team. Highly underrated and a solid shooter who is knows for outworking any of her opponents. Danika has improved immensely and is the surprise of the year as she has carried herself into a Senior position with the Lady Blues. A hard working athlete who goes the distance will be playing big minutes for a team that many felt she couldn't make.
Ella Stanley
The 2016 northern Alberta junior high player of the year, is one of four players in Alberta and 45 girls overall from across the country born in 2001 and 2002 to receive invites to a national team identification camp for U16 tryouts and potential Cadet program. Ella was MVP for the Grant MacEwan U15 team this past spring that participated in the Prairie Elite Basketball League as well as she was a starter for the U15 Alberta team that participated in the National Championships this past summer. Ella can play every position on the floor and brings a ton of skill to her team.
Kaitlyn Kluttig
An uptempo guard who is arguably the best defender in the province. Kaitlyn started for the U15 Alberta provincial team that took part in the Canadian Nationals this past summer. She can beat you with speed and her uptempo play creates major problems for most guards. If you ever want to learn how to work hard and play defence then this is your player. She is a fantastic teammate who cares about team before self. Lookout for the next three years.
Welcome to the Paul Kane Lady Blues team!  We value the importance of being a student-athlete. If there is ever any concerns, please feel free to let us know as we are aware that everyone of these girls has the potential to play at the next level.
 
Their first game last night was the against the O'leary Spartans where the Lady Blues won 63-35. A great start and tonight they play Beaumont on the Championship semi final at 8 pm @ St FX. This will be a great year for Paul Kane Blues Basketball!

Rick Stanley - Coach

 


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