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Transway crowned Major Bantam basketball champs


The Transway DiSabatino team claimed the Ontario Basketball Association Major Bantam Division 2 title in Ontario Cup championship play on the April 17-19 weekend.

Ontario Major Bantam champions Transway enjoy their goal medals. Team members are, front row: Deanna Mataseje and Nicola Stephenson; middle row: Kirsten McGrath and Alexis Stewart; back row: coach PJ DiSabatino, Katie DalBelo, Ilijana Vukovic, Jayme Foreman, Maryama Turkstra, Amy Stinson, Emma Weber, Ryana Cicciarelli, Truid Vaughan, coach Blaize DiSabatino and coach Joe Mataseje. (Photo: Transway Basketball)

Ontario Major Bantam champions Transway enjoy their goal medals. Team members are, front row: Deanna Mataseje and Nicola Stephenson; middle row: Kirsten McGrath and Alexis Stewart; back row: coach PJ DiSabatino, Katie DalBelo, Ilijana Vukovic, Jayme Foreman, Maryama Turkstra, Amy Stinson, Emma Weber, Ryana Cicciarelli, Truid Vaughan, coach Blaize DiSabatino and coach Joe Mataseje. (Photo: Transway Basketball)

Transway, playing in an age division one year up, went undefeated in weekend play, beating Barrie, 45-23, Niagara Falls, 57-25, Burlington, 56-32, and, in the championship game, Huron, 45-38. The team finished the season with a 27-17 overall record.

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