The Mohawk men’s basketball team saw a four game win streak end at Niagara on Jan. 31.
Alex Reis scored 20 points and added seven rebounds and seven assists for the Mountaineers in a 105-93 loss to the Knights.
Andrew Cicuttini had 18 points and 14 rebounds.
The Mountaineers bounced back last Saturday with an 82-61 decision at Redeemer.
Centre Taylor Dowhaniuk had a triple-double, with 11 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots.
Cicuttini had 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Manny Campbell had 13 points and seven boards.
The Mountaineers upped their record to 12-3 and moved into a tie for second place with Fanshawe, two points back of Sheridan.
Niagara needed overtime to beat the Mountaineers 75-63 in women’s hoops.
It was the fourth straight loss for Mohawk.
Carissa Browne had 16 points and Rachelle Abella added 14 for the Mountaineers.
However, Mohawk made good at Redeemer, in a 78-40 win.
They improved to 6-7 and moved into a tie for fifth place with Sheridan and Niagara. Lacey Wolters scored 17 points, Abella had 14 points and eight assists.
The Mountaineer men’s volleyball team swept Conestoga 25-15, 25-10, 25-13 in Kitchener on Jan. 30.
Trevor McLaughlin led Mohawk with 10 kills, two aces and one block. Eric Danecke had six kills, two aces and one block.
The Mountaineers saw their record fall to 8-7 last Friday as they lost 3-2 at Sheridan with the scores 28-26, 23-25, 22-25, 25-22,15-6.
Mo Sulaiman led Mohawk with 18 kills and three stuff blocks.
McLaughlin had 15 kills, one service ace and three stuff blocks and Danecke recorded 15 kills.
Conestoga scored an upset in women’s play, beating the Mountaineers 25-17, 25-19, 25-19.
Chi Chi Chuks-Mady had nine kills and seven digs for Mohawk.
Chantal Baker contributed three kills and 10 digs.
At Sheridan, the Mountaineers were beaten 25-17, 25-19, 11-25, 25-16 and their record dropped to 6-9 following their fifth straight defeat.
Melissa DeHaan had nine kills, three aces and one block for Mohawk.
Julie Gagnon had eight kills, one block and 12 digs.
The Humber Hawks dominated play in the OCAA west regional badminton championships at Mohawk College last weekend.
Humber won the men’s points title and finished second to Seneca in women’s points.
Mohawk’s Bert Micano finished third in his men’s singles pool going 4-2 in the round robin, while Le Nguyen was fourth in his pool with a 3-3 mark.
In women’s singles, Eikcaj Navarro was 2-4, good for fifth place in her group, while Andreea Predoi wound up seventh at 0-7.
The men’s doubles duo of Mohammed Nazimuddin and Kianoosh Moslemi wound up fourth with a 4-2 record.
In women’s doubles, Mohawk’s Tallia Bezemer and Jennifer Wagenknecht were fifth at 2-4.
In mixed doubles, Jasmine Hogeveen and Kien Tran of Mohawk were sixth with a 1-5 record.