Local sports briefs – December 16

Dario Viveros poured in 16 points and Kyle Devine added 15 for the Notre Dame Cougars in an 82-38 romp over the visiting Sylvan Lake Lakers in senior boys high school basketball action on Tuesday.

High School Basketball

Dario Viveros poured in 16 points and Kyle Devine added 15 for the Notre Dame Cougars in an 82-38 romp over the visiting Sylvan Lake Lakers in senior boys high school basketball action on Tuesday.

Elsewhere, Patrick Bauer scored 16 points as the visiting Lindsay Thurber Raiders beat the Wetaskiwin Sabres 88-66. Gradyn Bowd contributed 15 points for the Raiders, who got another 14 from Ryan Clark.

In the senior girls contest, Wetaskiwin prevailed 66-57 as Jessica Triffo netted 13 points. Carlee Harrison dropped in 25 for the Raiders and Keitlyn Williams scored 14.

• In JV girls action on Monday, Megan Schmidt netted 17 points as the Notre Dame Cougars downed the Lindsay Thurber Raiders 55-50. Kaitlyn Ball had 12 points for the Raiders.

Notre Dame prevailed 54-46 in the boys contest. Kelvin Agonoy scored 10 points for the winners and Brady Porter had nine in a losing cause.

Men’s Basketball

Brock MacMillan scored 18 points and Travis Struss added 17 as the Chillibongs Orangemen beat the Grandview All-Stars 91-69 in Central Albera Senior Men’s Basketball Association action.

Rick Feser netted 23 points for the All-Stars, who got an additional 18 from Bob Schurman.

Women’s Basketball

Kim Chalmers dropped in 14 points and Carmen Lundall added nine on Monday to lead Funk to a 49-33 North Star Ladies Basketball League win over Riff Raff.

Jacquie Brown scored 15 points in a losing cause.

In other games:

• North Star, with Kelsey Sinclair draining 15 points and Robin Smith and Shelly Lower each adding 12, edged the Storm 56-54. Jen Stange scored 15 points and Becky Perrin had 12 for the Storm.

• Erica Pottage netted 18 points and Jill Potts contributed 16 to pace the Hot Shots to a 64-20 thumping of the Spartans, who got nine points from Carla Alchman.

• Wild Bill’s rolled over RDC Royal 62-41 as Marily Judson poured in 16 points and Andi Crowe-Swords had 14. Carla Stewart scored 10 for RDC.

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