Royals basketball teams enjoying undefeated start to the season

January 24, 2019   ·   0 Comments


Senior Team

The Centre Dufferin District High School Royal senior basketball team remains in first place in the District 4 standings.

The squad has played six games so scoring 383 points while allowing only 126 against for the season.

The Royals have averaged 57 points ahead of their rival over five winning games.

Their latest match scheduled against Erin District High School didn’t take place when the Erin school forfeited the game at the last minute for reasons unknown.

With two games left in the regular season the Royals seem to be unstoppable.

Behind the Royals, Emmanuel Christian High School is in second place with a 5-1 record and 10 points

In third place, Erin District High School has a 3 – 4 record so far.

The Royals will be in Fergus on Monday, February 4, to take on EDHS.

Their final regular season game will have the Royals up against Wellington Heights Secondary School on Wednesday, February 6.

Junior Team

The CDDHS Royals junior boys basketball team continues to steamroll through the season gong undefeated after eight games.

The juniors have scored 355 point while allowing only 154 against.

Like the senior team, their last match against Erin was recorded as a win after Erin forfeited the game.

Their last time on the court on January 16, they met up with the second place Westside Secondary School Thunder from Orangeville and left the court with their record unbroken after securing a 65-34 win over the Orangeville team.

After the Royals, Westside is in second place in the District standings with a 6-2 record, followed by Wellington Heights in third place with a 3-5 record.

The juniors have two more games on the regular season schedule before heading into the playoffs.



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