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Today we have a lot of great stuff such as the Senior Women in BC, the Cadette Women starting off their medal quest, the Men's Development Team making moves, the Canadian Wheelchair Teams looking to make the podium in England, Andy Rautins, May Kotsopolous, Bol Kong leaving the Zags, lots of high school, CIS news and more in this edition of Canadian Content ...

To start off we have a couple of stories from the Senior Women National Team that took their first two exhibition games against Chile in BC ...

Aldergrove Star - Canada’s senior women tip off on home soil

International hoops flavour hits UFV gym

Remember that they will be taking on Chile again tonight tipping off at 7:00pm BC local time so if you're in the are look to support the team. 


Now we have a couple of things about the U17 Cadette Women that won their first game against Turkey earlier today ...


Canada Basketball | FIELDS NETS 25 AS CADETTE WOMEN WIN 1ST GAME AT U17 WORLDS ... and here are the stats from today's Cadette game against Turkey ... FIBA LiveStats


Here we have some stories on our Canadian Wheelchair Basketball Team playing in England now ...

InsideToronto Article: Canadian men's wheelchair basketball team lose to Italy - Durepos part of Canadian effort at world wheelchair hoop tourney | By The Daily Gleaner - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada


Here are a couple of looks on the Men's Developement Team that is heading to Europe today for some exhibition matches ...

Canada Basketball | CANADA

2010 Development Men's National Team - The FAN 590 Toronto - Audio on Demand - Sports - Mono cancels Waterloo basketball player’s big plans

And a great look at the CIS contigent that was at the camp from our colleague Andrew Bucholtz at The CIS Blog ... The CIS Blog: Basketball: Men's development team to play exhibitions in Europe


Now for a great story on Junior Men's National Team member David Wagner ... Wagner’s new medal his favourite | Local Sports | Kamloops Daily News


Here is a great story on Vermont's May Kotsopolous ... Athletics : University of Vermont

And here is a look at what our SB Nation colleagues at Posting and Toasting initially think of Andy Rautins ... A Recklessly Early Evaluation of Andy Rautins, Landry Fields and Jerome Jordan - Posting and Toasting


Here is a hot of the wire story that has BC's Bol Kong not returning to Spokane for the coming season from our SB Nation colleagues at The Slipper Still Fits ... Bol Kong becomes Gonzaga's latest departure - The Slipper Still Fits


And now for some high school news ...

Starting off with our boy Nolan Shulman from Flagrant Fouls who gives us the rundown on the Nike Peach Jam that had a Canadian tear it up ... Nike Peach Jam – Day Three Rundown | Flagrant Fouls

And a big shout to our collegeaus at Crown Magazine for emailing us this look too ... Canadians Star In Ohio | Crown Magazine

The Forest Blade > Sports


Now we have some CIS news ...

For all of you fans in the CIS, our colleague Mark Wacyk from has compiled a great list of which schools are playing whom in their yearly NCAA match ups ... CIS Border Wars: CIS vs. NCAA Schedule

CIS a priority for new athletics director | Local Sports | Prince George Citizen

Here is a great story on Greg Stewart who's making the move from CIS basketball to sitting volleyball ... 7-foot-2 Greg Stewart stands out at Sitting Volleyball World Championships |

BU Bobcats release 2010-11 schedule - Brandon Sun

For all of our Francophone readers, here's a story on Chantelle St-Amour transferring from Laval to Simon Fraser ... St-Amour choisit la NCAA | Olivier Bossé | Actualités sportives


And lastly we have some great assorted news stories here to round out this edition ...  

Ref eyes roundball history - The Globe and Mail

After NBA event is cancelled, Parkdale bounces back - The Globe and Mail

New statues honour Canadian-born basketball inventor