The Heinbuch Classic is set to start this weekend and there is one burning question that everyone has – will a Kitchener or Waterloo team finally win the damn thing?!
At last years Heinbuch, St. Mary’s, out of Kitchener, was oh so close to finally breaking the 30 year streak but they lost 69-57 in the finals to Oakwood.
The Barons became only the second team in the tournament’s history to three-peat, and now will be looking to be the only team to win the Heinbuch four years in a row.
St, Mary’s, on the other hand, are looking not only to take the championship home this year but also to break out of a shaky start so far this season as they have massively under achieved, especially at the Father Henry Carr Early Bird Tournment.
St. Mary’s will be one of six KW teams looking to finally bring the Heinbuch Classic Championship back home.
|Kitchener Cameron Heights Golden Gaels|
|Kitchener Eastwood Rebels|
|Kitchener Grand River Renegades|
|Ajax J. Clarke Richardson Storm|
|Ottawa Lisgar Lords|
|Burlington Nelson Lords|
|Brantford North Park Trojans|
|Welland Notre Dame Fighting Irish|
|Toronto Oakwood Barons|
|Hamilton Sir Allan MacNab Lions|
|Waterloo Sir John A. Macdonald Highlanders|
|Kitchener St. Mary’s Eagles|
|Ottawa St. Patrick’s Irish|
|Hamilton St. Thomas More Knights|
|Windsor Herman Green Griffins|
|FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28|
|AT RIM PARK
| Second Round games continue at RIM Park starting at 3:00 pm
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29
|Play continues at:|
|Waterloo C.I. and Sir John A. Macdonald S.S.|
|4 Division Finals beginning at 3:30 pm Saturday at Sir John A. Macdonald S.S.|
|with the Gold Division Championship Game at 8:15 pm|