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Algoma Basketball Players Playing In Summer Games

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Algoma will be represented at the Ontario Summer Games in Toronto, Ontario with three players on the U16 North Boys Talent Identification and Development Team in August from the 16th – 19th.   

The Talent Identification and Development is an "athlete-centred" model designed to provide young, developing athletes with the opportunity to develop personal, social and athletic skills through involvement in programs which stress teamwork, leadership and learning. 

The City of Toronto will host the 2012 Ontario Summer Games from August 16 to 19, 2012. The 2012 Games will bring together almost 2,500 athletes competing in 28 sports in multiple venues across Toronto and surrounding regions, as well as 368 coaches, 113 managers, 281 officials, 21 provincial sport organization representatives, more than 1,000 volunteers and thousands of spectators. The Games are a unique opportunity for many young athletes, as the multi-sport competition serves as a stepping stone to many national and international competitions. 

Talent Identification and Development Mission
"To create a seamless delivery system that provides athletes with the opportunity to develop through skill introduction, programs that develop team concepts, advanced training and elite competition, all the while providing athletes with the opportunity for National team exposure, identification and integration." 

U16 North Boys Roster as follows: 

Adrian Kuchtaruk

Sudbury

Seb Asselin

Sudbury

Eric Bowman

North Bay

Lars Moffat

Bruce Mines

Kieran Naus

Elliot Lake

Austin Simonet

Huntsville

Nico Presot

Sudbury

Kordell Simmonds

Sudbury

Ryan Basso

Timmins

Matt D’Allessandri

Timmins

Jordan Connolly

Huntsville

Keegan Moore

Sudbury

Jonah Fogg

Sault Ste Marie

Mason Watt

Sudbury

Skylar Cornell

Timmins

Sam Ivey

Sault Ste Marie