At halftime, Tevin Bailey and his teammates trailed the opposition by 18 points. He turned to his coach for direction in the dressing room and Kevin Jeffer told his team to rely on their stamina and conditioning to fight back and win. “We run too much,” Bailey said his coach told them. “At the end of the game, we’ll be able to outrun them.” Bailey and his Eastern Commerce Saints senior boys basketball team, came out in the second half of the Toronto City championship, last Thursday, and overcame the deficit. The Saints ended up defeating Oakwood Collegiate Barons 70 to 68 in overtime.
Eastern Commerce Saints
Eastern Commerce Collegiate is looking to do whatever it takes to win in just its third football season.
The goal remains the same for Eastern Commerce’s senior girls basketball team: OFSAA gold.
When you think about the elite high-school basketball programs in the city of Toronto, one name generally stands above the rest – Eastern Commerce Collegiate.
It took 30 years, but Eastern Commerce Collegiate is finally back in the win column in boys’ football.
First of all, Andrew Robichaud, Vick Polatian and I would like to thank Centennial College, the Centennial College Student Association and the journalism faculty for giving us the opportunity to come to Oshawa to cover…