Oshawa Power fall to the Quebec Kebs 97-88

Oshawa Power point guard Tut Ruach goes up for an uncontested layup for two of his game-high 23 points Wednesday night at GM Centre.

Oshawa Power point guard Tut Ruach goes up for an uncontested layup for two of his game-high 23 points Wednesday night at GM Centre.

The Oshawa Power stalled in an emotional loss to the Quebec Kebs 97-88 at the GM Centre.

Much like the first meeting between these two teams, the Power seemingly took control of the game during the second quarter, but a determined Kebs ball club came out in the second half and grabbed a tough road victory.

The Power got off to a great start in the second frame and led by as many as eleven points, before the Kebs took control and reduced the deficit to only two points.

Canadian Tut Ruach had another tremendous game in the losing effort recording 23 points and 6 assists giving him a second strong effort against the Kebs squad this season.

“We just have to stick together,” said Ruach after the game. “We had a bad little run and we never got back to what we were doing early and we got down on ourselves. We just have to keep believing in ourselves and stick together.”

Fellow Canadian Kevin Francis added 12 points, and created the league‟s first poster with a devastating slam on Yannick Anzuluni.

The win on Wednesday night was dedicated to the Quebec Kebs teammate and friend Sam Carey who passed away in a tragic car accident.

Ralphy Holmes of the Kebs was on fire shooting a sizzling 7 for 9 in the game for 19 points and 10 rebounds. Shaun Fountain added 12 points off the bench in a solid team effort.

The Power will try to get out of their mini two game funk, as their 401 rivals the London Lighting will invade the General Motor Centre on Friday night for their first regular season meeting.

Power Glance 
Record: 2-3

Next Game: Friday November 16th 7:30pm vs. London Lighting. – General Motors Centre

The Oshawa Power stalled in an emotional loss to the Quebec Kebs 97-88 at the GM Centre.


Much like the first meeting between these two teams, the Power seemingly took control of the game during the second quarter, but a determined Kebs ball club came out in the second half and grabbed a tough road victory.


The Power got off to a great start in the second frame and led by as many as eleven points, before the Kebs took control and reduced the deficit to only two points.


Canadian Tut Ruach had another tremendous game in the losing effort recording 23 points and 6 assists giving him a second strong effort against the Kebs squad this season.


“We just have to stick together,” said Ruach after the game. “We had a bad little run and we never got back to what we were doing early and we got down on ourselves. We just have to keep believing in ourselves and stick together.”


Fellow Canadian Kevin Francis added 12 points, and created the league‟s first poster with a devastating slam on Yannick Anzuluni.


The win on Wednesday night was dedicated to the Quebec Kebs teammate and friend Sam Carey who passed away in a tragic car accident.


Ralphy Holmes of the Kebs was on fire shooting a sizzling 7 for 9 in the game for 19 points and 10 rebounds. Shaun Fountain added 12 points off the bench in a solid team effort.


The Power will try to get out of their mini two game funk, as their 401 rivals the London Lighting will invade the General Motor Centre on Friday night for their first regular season meeting.


Power Glance 
Record: 2-3


Next Game: Friday November 16th 7:30pm vs. London Lighting. – General Motors Centre

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