GUELPH, Ont. -- Robby Fabbri tied the game in the final second of regulation then scored again in overtime as the Guelph Storm rallied past the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 6-5 in Ontario Hockey League action Thursday. Fabbri finished with a hat trick while Jason Dickinson, Justin Auger and Scott Kosmachuk added one apiece for Guelph (25-7-3), which overcame a 3-0 deficit in the first period. David Miller and Michael Bunting each scored twice for Sault Ste. Marie (23-8-4), with Sergey Tolchinsky providing a single. Justin Nichols finished with 30 saves for the Storm after replacing Matthew Mancina, who allowed three goals on 15 shots. Matt Murray turned aside 35 shots for the Greyhounds. --- BATTALION 3 STEELHEADS 2 (SO) NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Battalion forward Alex Henriksson scored the only goal in the shootout against Mississauga. Dylan Blujus and Nick Paul scored in regulation for North Bay (18-15-2). Josh Burnside and Jacob Jammes replied for the Steelheads (14-18-4). Jake Smith needed to make just 13 saves for North Bay, while Mississaugas Spencer Martin had a wasted effort with 40 saves. --- FRONTENACS 4 PETES 1 PETERBOROUGH, Ont. -- Samuel Schutt scored twice as Kingston breezed past the Petes. Schutt opened the scoring just 38 seconds into the game, while Roland McKeown and Ryan Kujawinski also scored for the Frontenacs (18-11-4). Michael Clarkes goal in the second period was all the offence Peterborough (13-19-4) would get. Kingstons Matt Mahalak made 36 saves, while Andrew DAgostini allowed three goals on 12 shots before being yanked by the Petes. Michael Giugovaz stopped 14 shots in relief. --- COLTS 7 STING 2 BARRIE, Ont. -- Andreas Athanasiou had four goals for the Colts, who trampled Sarnia. Andrew Mangiapane scored two and Kevin Labanc added a single for Barrie (18-13-3), which had six unanswered goals. Jimmy McDowell and Nikolay Goldobin replied for the Sting (12-20-3). Barries Mackenzie Blackwood finished with 24 saves, while Taylor Dupuis allowed six goals on 28 shots in net for Sarnia. He was replaced by Brodie Barrick, who stopped 16 shots. Mark Clayton Jersey
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However on Tuesday night, the State Farm Championship Classic not only pit the #4 Duke Blue Devils against the #5 Kansas Jayhawks in not only a top level match up, but featured the #1 (Wiggins) and #2 (Jabari Parker) high school recruits in the country squaring off against one another. Wiggins would face a true test to see if he was every bit as good as the hype. There would no longer be any questions, judging the ease and ability of his game against his inferior opponents. Despite what the players said, the match-up of Wiggins vs. Parker didnt disappoint for in the closely contested basketball game that showcased much more talent then the two heralded freshmen, it was still Wiggins leading his Jayhawks down the stretch to a 94-83 victory. Notwithstanding foul trouble, which kept him on the bench for much of the first half, Wiggins finished the game with 22 points and eight rebounds. His step back jumper with 1:33 left and fast break dunk seconds later started a 10-2 Jayhawks run to close out the game. He shot 9-15 from the field with many of those high percentage baskets on the break. Wiggins had eight transition points, one more than the entire Blue Devils team. While Parker had a monstrous first half with 19 points, he fouled out, trying to stop Wiggins, ironically, with 27 points and nine rebounds. Earlier in the evening, #1 ranked Kentucky fell to #2 Michigan State and UKs super freshman Julius Randle added 27 points and 13 rebounds in the loss. "Big players make big plays," Wiggins said. "I think our whole team, whoever was on the court, every possession we made a big play. Thats why we came out on top." Despite the competition, Wiggins was the biggest player of the night and much like his personality, performed with a modest display of his abilities. Hee still teases with his untapped potential, but rose to the occasion to prove that in fact, the hype is real.dddddddddddd. FIVE CANADIANS TO WATCH, THIS NCAA SEASON Unquestionably, all eyes are on Wiggins but here are five other Canadians that will garner attention this season. Nik Stauskas, Small Forward, University of Michigan (Sophomore) Last season, the Mississauga, Ontario swingman was playing in the NCAA Championship game as a freshman. The deadly 3-point shooter returns, without teammates Naismith Player of the Year Trey Burke and shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr., who have both gone to the NBA and will be relied upon more heavily by the Wolverines. Stauskas added 16 pounds of muscle during the offseason and committed to improving his defense. Kevin Pangos, Point Guard, Gonzaga University (Junior) Pangos is the head of the snake for the Bulldogs, and will have more work cut out for him without NBA lottery pick Kelly Olynyk. The Holland Landing, Ontario native averaged 11.9 points a game and shot .417% from the 3-point line last season. Pangos looked to improve on both sides of the ball, leading Canadas Development Team this summer. Tyler Ennis, Point Guard, Syracuse University (Freshman) As a freshman, Ennis steps into the starting line-up as Michael Carter-Williams left for the NBA, and will take the reigns of the Orangemen offense. As the only true point guard on the roster the Brampton, Ontario playmaker is known as a facilitator, but he can put the ball in the net. Ennis led the Under 19 World FIBA Championships tournament in scoring this past summer, averaging 20.9 points per game. Dwight Powell, Power Forward, Stanford University (Senior) Last season, the Toronto, Ontario native was named Pac-12 Most Improved Player of the Year along with All Pac-12 First Team honours averaging a team-high 14.9 points a game and 8.4 rebounds. 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