Holland Hurricanes will not make ACAA finals:Lost to Tommies 100-40

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Published on March 03, 2012

The Hurricanes drive to the hoop.

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Lindsay Shue of the Hurricanes goes around Brittany Gilliss of the Tommies

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Rickeia Richardson of the Caines makes the block on a Tommies shot.

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A Tommies fan gets right into cheering on his team.

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Looking for an opportunity to make a pass.

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The coach talks to his team during a time out

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Anything that would make a noise was used by the fans to cheer their team.

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St. Thomas gets the ball after a scramble at mid court.

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The Hurricanes take the ball up the court.

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Mike Connolly and his assistant, Mary Catherine Connolly, discuss the game during half time.

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A dejected Hurricanes team watches the final minutes of the game.

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A very unhappy Mike Connolly, Hurricanes head coach, looks at the scoreboard and does not like what he sees.

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Mike Connolly and his team almost seem to be trying to use force of will to get the ball to drop through the basket.

Holland College's only hope of making the ACAA basketball finals Sunday afternoon were buried when the Holland Hurricanes women lost 100-40 to St. Thomas Tommies in semi-final action Saturday afternoon.

The mens team was knocked out of play Friday when they lost a heartbreaker to Mount A 68-67. The mens semi-finals go tonight at 6 p.m.and 8 p.m.

Mount A will play Mount Saint Vincent and University of Kings College will play St. Thomas University.

The finals go Sunday with the women at 1 p.m and the men at 3:30 p.m. All games are at Holland College's Centre for Community Engagement,

Organizations: Holland College, Mount Saint Vincent and University of Kings College, St. Thomas University Community Engagement

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