All-Stars down Spartans

The All-Stars ran their record to 2-1 in the Pool A of the Red Deer North Star Sports Ladies’ Basketball League with a 61-60 victory over the Spartans.

The All-Stars ran their record to 2-1 in the Pool A of the Red Deer North Star Sports Ladies’ Basketball League with a 61-60 victory over the Spartans.

Crista Oke had 10 points for the All-Stars while Carla Lachman had 20 points and Marissa Reitsma 17 for the Spartans.

In other Pool A play the Collin Barrow Storm downed the Funk 57-43 as Kayla Newans had 15 points and Shannon Van Parys 14. Carmen Lundall hit 18 points and Shalene Rascher 11 for the Funk.

In Pool B action, the Shooting Stars defeated the Big Ballers 43-38 and The Bank stopped Spare Change 44-41. Meanwhile Triple Threat handed Lacombe their first loss of the season 54-51, although it was only exhibition play.

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