Local sports briefs – October 29

Nadine Cunningham had 18 points to lead the North Stars to a 51-43 victory over the RDC Black in Central Alberta Ladies Basketball League play Monday.

Ladiess Basketball

Nadine Cunningham had 18 points to lead the North Stars to a 51-43 victory over the RDC Black in Central Alberta Ladies Basketball League play Monday.

Gillian Magnusson had 12 points in a losing cause.

Meanwhile, Tara Wasylowich scored 15 points to lead the Storm to a 50-30 victory over the Spartans while Jill Potts dropped in 33 points as the Hot Shots beat Carmen’s Crew 92-19.

In other action, Wild Bill’s downed Lacombe 46-11 and the RDC Royals defeated Riff Raff 72-21.


Mens Basketball

Darryl Hemstreet dropped in 22 points to lead Carstar to a 103-75 victory over the Carpet Doctors in Central Alberta Senior Men’s Basketball Association play Tuesday.

Jordan Reiter added 19 points for the winners with Mark Perrin dropping in 14 and Brian Thifault nine in a losing cause.

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