McGill 91, Concordia 62… Redmen jumped to a 22-3 lead to start the game and held off a couple of Stinger runs that got it to within 11 on a couple of occasions but generally coasted in sweeping this week’s home-and-home series between the cross-town Montreal rivals. 6’2″ Dele Ogundokun had 8 points in the run off the opening tip and finished with 21 points, adding 9 rebounds as McGill once again pushed up all over the court using run-and-jump pressure that created 9 first quarter Concordia turnovers. Stingers did mount a second quarter 14-2 run to bring the game back to manageable however McGill went on a 7-0 run late in the second quarter and then later got back-to-back threes from Ogundokun and 6’4″ freshman Sam Jenkins to stretch the lead back to 20 and the lead never got lower than that in the final 15 minutes of play, reaching 33 by midway through the fourth. Stingers shot just 4-21 from three and turned it over 25 times in the loss. 6’7″ Francois Bourque had a dominant effort inside with 15 points and 8 rebounds.