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2024 OSBA Championship Weekend Information

By OSBA Communications 02/27/2024, 11:30am EST

The Ontario Scholastic Basketball Association (OSBA) is excited to announce the upcoming 2024 OSBA Semi-Finals & Finals will be played at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, February 29th, March 1st and March 3rd.   

The 2024 HP D-League Semi-Finals & Finals will also be played at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, March 2nd & March 3rd.

The OSBA Championships will showcase the top high-school aged basketball talent in Canada, with scouts and media in attendance. All games will be livestreamed on OSBA TV. Directions to the gym, ticket information and the event schedule are below.


The address for the Campus Recreation & Wellness Centre is 875 Morningside Ave, Toronto, ON M1C 0C7

Public Transit

  • TTC Bus 38 East - Highland Creek
  • TTC Bus 85 West / 85A
  • TTC Bus 116 East

Driving from 401 East

  • Exit Morningside Avenue
  • Travel south on Morningside Avenue
  • Turn left onto Tams Road / Pan Am Drive into facility parking lot.

Driving from 401 West

  • Exit Morningside Avenue
  • Travel south on Morningside Avenue
  • Turn left onto Tams Road / Pan Am Drive into facility parking lot.


Tickets for this event can be purchased at the door.

Ticket Prices
Student Day Pass $10
Student Tournament Pass  $25
Adult Day Pass $15
Adult Tournament Pass $40

*Children Under 12 Free

  • Media can apply for accreditation HERE. Limited spots available. Media are REQUIRED to register. 
  • Post Secondary Coaches can register for accreditation HERE.



1:00PM: Trillium Women's Semi-Final #1: J. Addison vs. Excel Hoops

3:00PM: Trillium Women's Semi-Final #2: Bond Academy vs. Orangeville Prep

5:00 PM: OSBA Women's Semi-Final #1: Crestwood Prep vs. FEIA

7:00 PM: OSBA Women's Semi-Final #2: Capital Courts Academy vs. Royal Crown School


1:00 PM: Trillium Men's Semi-Final #1: Kennedy Prep/King Heights vs. Brampton City Prep/Polaris Prep

3:00 PM: Trillium Men's Semi-Final #2: CTA/Excel Hoops vs. CODE Academy/Uchenna Academy

5:00 PM: OSBA Men's Semi-Final #1: Royal Crown/Ridley College/Hodan Prep vs Orangeville Prep/Bill Crothers

7:00 PM: OSBA Men's Semi-Final #2: Fort Erie I.A. vs. FEIA Red/Crestwood Prep


11:00 AM: D-League Girls Semi-Final #1: Royal Crown vs. Niagara Prep

1:00 PM: D-League Girls Semi-Final #2: Crestwood Prep vs. Lincoln Prep

3:00 PM: D-League Boys Semi-Final #1: Orangeville Prep vs. Hodan Prep

5:00 PM: D-League Boys Semi-Final #2: CTA Gold vs. Royal Crown School


9:00 AM: D-League Girls Final

11:00 AM: D-League Boys Final

1:00 PM: Trillium Women's Final

3:00 PM: Trillium Men's Final

5:00 PM: OSBA Women's Final

7:00 PM: OSBA Men's Final

For additional information, please visit our Championships page HERE.

OSBA GOTW Game Notes | C.O.D.E. Academy vs. Polaris Prep

By Rostine Vahid 02/15/2024, 11:30am EST

  • Polaris Prep will look to avenge their first loss of the season this Thursday against C.O.D.E Academy in the OSBA game of the week. In the first matchup between the two teams, C.O.D.E Academy won on Polaris Prep home court and walked away with the victory 92 COD - 87 PP. 
  • C.O.D.E Academy has hit a rough patch in their season losing three of their last five games. Two of the losses were in extremely close games that were decided by one possession. 
  • C.O.D.E Academy Amare Allen has been a scoring machine all season. Amare Allen is currently second in points per game in the Men’s Trillium league averaging  23 points while shooting a scorching  49% from the field. 
  • Polaris Preps Tyler Brown has been a two way force all year. Brown leads Polaris Prep in scoring with 16 points per game. Brown also leads the team in rebounds with 8 per game and steals with 3. Leading the team on both ends of the court.  
  • C.O.D.E Academy has a very packed schedule  this week. Playing three games over four days. Polaris Prep is busy as well playing two games from the 13th to the 15th. Both teams are neck and neck in the standings and with the OSBA championship coming up this is a good chance for either team to lock up that fourth spot for the playoffs. 


    Players to watch (stats are per game)

    C.O.D.E Academy                                                   

    Amare Allen
    23 points | 3 rebounds | 1 assist

    Kymani Merraro
    20 points | 7 rebounds | 7 assists

    Malik Edwards                                                       
    10 points | 4 rebounds | 1.7 steals

    Polaris Prep

    Tyler Brown
    16 points | 8 rebounds | 3 steals 

    Kemar Grant 
    15 points | 5 rebounds | 3.4 assists

    Malachi Scott
    13 points | 7 rebounds | 1 assist 

    Current Team Rosters 

    Polaris Prep Roster 

    C.O.D.E Academy 

    Tip off is @ 6:00 PM at Durham Sportsplex, Terwillegar Avenue Oshawa . Watch live at OSBA TV

GAME RECAP: Crestwood Prep vs Ridley College 

This was a game of two massively different halves. The first quarter was back and forth with Ridley College getting an early one-point lead. Crestwood pressured Ridley's ball handlers and got turnovers and offensively they were getting two feet in the paint and finishing or getting to the line. 

Ridley tightened up their ball handling after a timeout Caleb Roberts did a great job of attacking Crestwood zone He was able to get into the middle of the floor and finish inside or dish the ball back out to shooters.

The second quarter was again back and forth with both teams playing to their strengths. Crestwood was lighting it up from three point land knocking down multiple threes. On the other side, Ridley was attacking the paint and the glass getting multiple second chances. Heading into the half the score was close 41 - 37 Crestwood.

The third quarter was when things started to change for both teams. Ridley's William Robinson was on fire to start the third knocking down two quick threes. For Crestwood, it was rough sailing, committing offensive foul after offensive foul. But as the quarter went on Crestwood cleaned it up and started to get to the rim and finish like they did in the first half. 

And despite William going for 10 points in the third and Crestwoods foul trouble Crestwood built their lead up to 7 59 - 52 entering the fourth.

In the fourth quarter, Crestwood upped their energy and started to run away with the game. It didn't help that Ridley's William Robinson who was cooking on offense and locking up on the other end took a hard fall with 8 minutes to go in the fourth and had to check out as he was shaken up. He did check back into the game but you could tell he was playing a little hurt. Crestwood built and built on the lead and ended the game comfortably 76 CWP - 65 RC.

Crestwood snapped a two game losing streak with this win and are now 3-6.

Ridley College have had a tough stretch losing four in a row after this one and are now 2-5.