Girls Varsity Basketball To Host East-West Tournament

Dan Clarke
St. Luke’s Girls Basketball is excited to co-host the inaugural East-West tournament this weekend in conjunction with Greens Farms Academy and Hamden Hall.

The Storm will take on Cheshire Academy and St. Andrew’s School at home on Saturday, January 20 at 11am and 6pm respectively. GVBB then face defending NEPSAC Class C champions Proctor Academy on Sunday, January 21 at 11:30am at GFA.

Head coach Matt Ward organized the event made up of nine Class C teams and one Class B school from around New England. Ward hopes the event will provide some great competition for everyone involved: “This tournament has been something that has been talked about for a few years now.  When it comes to the NEPSAC tournament it can be difficult to truly seed teams because many don’t play each other. The East-West showcase gives participating teams a chance to challenge themselves against the best in the class from across New England. It’s a win for everyone.”

The full list of schools participating in the East-West tournament is listed below:

St. Luke’s School (CT)
Greens Farms Academy (CT)
Hamden Hall (CT)
Proctor Academy (NH)
Watkinson School (CT)
Cheshire Academy (CT)
Bradford Christian Academy (MA)
St. Andrew’s School (RI)
Wilbraham and Monson Academy (MA)
Brewster Academy (NH)

Full tournament schedule:

Friday, 1/19:

Watkinson vs. Proctor @ Watkinson-

Saturday, 1/20: @ St. Luke's

St. Luke's vs. Cheshire - 11:00am
BCA vs. GFA - 12:30pm
BCA vs. Cheshire - 4:30pm
St. Luke's vs. St. Andrew's - 6:30pm

@ Hamden Hall
Hamden Hall vs. St. Andrew's - 2:00pm
Proctor vs. WMA- 4:00pm
Brewster vs. Watkinson- 6:00pm

Sunday, 1/21 @ GFA

GFA vs. Brewster- 10:00am
Proctor vs. St. Luke's- 11:30am
WMA vs. St. Andrew's- 1:00pm

@ Hamden Hall

Hamden Hall vs. Cheshire- 1:00pm


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