Relive the Action of the Ontario Summer Games

The 2018 Ontario Summer Games wrapped up with two exciting gold medal matches on Sunday, August 5 at Fanshawe College in London.

From August 2–5, regional U14 Boys and Girls teams participating in Ontario Basketball’s Ontario Summer Development Program converged to compete for Ontario Summer Games gold.


U14 Girls

On the girls’ side, Mountain Region finished first after their 57-44 championship win against South Simcoe. Mountain fought their way to the finals after entering the semifinals as the wildcard due to a close 51-47 loss to Central East North during pool play. The two teams met again in the semifinals but this time Mountain emerged as the winner, 46-37, and secured their spot in the finals.

In the bronze medal match, Capital Region took home the hardware with a 60-49 win over Central East North.

Check out the full U14 Girls Ontario Summer Games results.


U14 Boys

The U14 Boys Central East South team is the only squad to finish the tournament undefeated. Their perfect 6-0 record earned them the top spot on the podium, winning 81-76 over St. Clair in the finals.

The bronze medal game was a battle of Central Ontario with Central West taking on Central East North for a second time during the tournament. The two teams previously faced off during pool play, and Central West came out on top in both occasions, including their 58-49 victory to capture bronze.

Check out the full U14 Boys Ontario Summer Games results.


Relive the Action

Miss the Ontario Summer Games? Relive the action by watching the gold medal games and looking through photos and videos on Ontario Basketball’s TwitterInstagram, and Facebook.


About Ontario Summer Games
The Ontario Games Program started in 1970 in Etobicoke as a showcase for amateur sport. They have now become Ontario’s largest multi-sport event, including both team and individual sports. Provincial-level athletes from ages 12 to 18 qualify through a regional selection process conducted by the Provincial Sport Organizations. The Games take place every two years and are awarded through a bidding process. They are supported by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport in collaboration with host communities. For many young athletes, the Ontario Summer Games is the high point of their sporting career, while for others the Games are a stepping stone for the Pan Am Games or even the Olympics.