Riot beat Drillers, fall to Warriors

The Red Deer Riot split a pair of Rocky Mountain Junior Women’s Lacrosse League games during the weekend, dropping a 5-4 decision to the Edmonton Warriors Saturday and beating the St. Albert Drillers 10-4 Sunday.

The Red Deer Riot split a pair of Rocky Mountain Junior Women’s Lacrosse League games during the weekend, dropping a 5-4 decision to the Edmonton Warriors Saturday and beating the St. Albert Drillers 10-4 Sunday.

Deanna Hume, Desiree Lalonde, Leah Boucher and Alexis Monk scored against the Warriors while Janelle Sullivan had three goals, Boucher and Janessa Sullivan two each and Hayley deBeaudrap, Hume and Courtney Mastel one apiece against the Drillers.

The Riot play Friday in Strathmore and then host the Calgary Axemen on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the Kinex.

Big turnout for track meet

Over 75 athletes between the ages of seven and 14 competed in the 2009 Hershey’s track and field meet at the Legion Track at Lindsay Thurber Saturday. The top four finishers in each event advance to the provincial championships, June 20 in Edmonton. Athletes at the provincials will qualify for a team comprised of competitors from Alberta, B.C. and the Northwest Territories that will compete in Hershey, Pa., in August.

Meet results are on Page C3.

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