Carstar and Kingsmen win big in senior basketball action

In Central Alberta Senior Men’s Basketball Association action on Sunday

In Central Alberta Senior Men’s Basketball Association action on Sunday, both games were won by double digits.

The Kingsmen knocked off the Drystone Balles 74-58 and got a dominant performance from Michael Gajudo who had 18 points as the game-leading scorer. Gajudo was also named player of the game for the Kingsmen. Keegan Cooke also chipped in 14 points for the Kingsmen and Josh Ballentine put up 10 for the Ballers.

In the other matchup, Cartstar took down the Monstars 90-72. Taylor Armstrong had a huge night for the winning side with 33 points and player of the game honours. Adam Glover scored 18 for the Monstars and was their player of the game.

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