Head Coach David Petroziello continued his re-make of Cape Breton Capers, adding 6’2″ Scarborough native Kevon Mascoe, who spent the past three seasons at George Brown College playing for Coach Jonathan Smith. Mascoe, a physical slasher who can defend, this past season saved his best for the OCAA championship game, leading all scorers with 32 points as the Huskies lost 76-74 on a last second buzzer beater. Huskies had one of the finest seasons in their history, finishing 19-1 in the OCAA East this past season with Mascoe averaging 10.7 points and 4.6 rebounds overall. Mascoe is a high school graduate of Pope (now St.) John Paul II Catholic Secondary School in Scarborough and landed at George Brown after considering and visiting at least two other schools. Mascoe will have two seasons of eligibility remaining and expect him to be a plug-and-play wing guard for the Capers this coming season.