In the first ever BioSteel All Canadian Girls Game Brynn Masikewich had 16 points and nine rebounds and was named Team White MVP as they defeated Team Red 112-78.
2019 BioSteel All Canadian Basketball Games
Addison Patterson, who won his squad’s MVP award, scored 24 points as Team Red defeated Team White 131–120 in a highlight-filled contest at the Goldring Centre on Sunday night.
Beginning with Andrew Wiggins, R.J Barrett, and now perhaps Elijah Fisher, Canada seems to be producing exceptional talent in basketball.
This is what comes of the annual BioSteel All Canadian Basketball Games, now in its fifth year as the country’s premier showcase of burgeoning young talent. The event features the 24 most outstanding male and female Canadian high school students who are either native to Canada or attending a Canadian institution, and has produced such NBA talents as Jamal Murray, Thon Maker, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.