Forward, Lauren Golding, centre, seen in her playing days at Lajeunesse high school, will represent York University at Saturday’s 12th Annual OUA Women’s Basketball All-Star Showcase.
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Windsor’s Lauren Golding and University of Windsor Lancers guard Tyra Blizzard were both selected on Monday to compete in the 12th Annual OUA Women’s Basketball All-Star Showcase on Saturday at York University.A six-foot forward at York University, Golding, who is a Lajeunesse high school product, averaged 9.9 points per game and 8.5 rebounds per game in 2018-19 in her second season of OUA competition.A five-foot-seven guard, Blizzard will be making her second-straight appearance in the showcase event. She averaged eight points per game in her fourth season with the Lancers this past season.Clippers rollingThe Windsor Clippers are riding a three-game winning streak after a pair of weekend wins in the Ontario Lacrosse Association Junior B League that moved the team into first place in the Far West Division.The Clippers rallied on the road Sunday for a 10-7 win over the Hamilton Bengals after scoring a 4-1 win at home on Saturday against the Guelph Regals.On Sunday, the Clippers trailed by two goals in the second period, but rallied for the win with Darian Delisle scoring three goals and finishing with five points. Zane Dalpe had two goals and seven points while Brayden Mayea also had two goals for the Clippers (3-1-1). Malikye Good, Xander Derkatz and Jack Bulmer scored single goals for Windsor while goalie Carson Hebner made 42 saves against the Bengals (1-1-0).On Saturday, Mayea had two goals and four points and Dalpe finished with a goal and three assists against the Regals (0-2-1) at Forest Glade Arena. Jacob McLellan had the other Windsor goal while goalie Chase Cosgrove finished with 25 saves.Falcons titleThe Riverside Falcons boys’ under-13 team won the Ontario Basketball Association D2 level in Mississauga.Jack Sorrel had a game-high 24 points to lead the Falcons to a 71-50 win over Ottawa Next in the championship final. Arnez Kerr also had a solid game with 23 points.Sorrell led the tournament in scoring with 92 points in four games as the Falcons beat London Orion, Brantford and the Northern Kings on the way to the title.Staying closeThree members of the Windsor Express will stay in Ontario for the summer to play with the Niagara River Lions in the new Canadian Elite Basketball League.Windsor native Miroslav Jaksic joined Express teammates Ryan Anderson and Anthony Ottley Jr. as the River Lions opened training camp on Sunday.Windsor’s Thomas Kennedy is in camp with the Hamilton Honey Badgers, who also have former Express guard/forward Shaquille Keith in firstname.lastname@example.org/winstarparker