High School basketball

The Notre Dame Cougars got 15 points and six rebounds from Emily Elkins in downing the Stettler Wildcats 53-47 in Central Alberta Senior Girls Basketball League play Tuesday.

The Notre Dame Cougars got 15 points and six rebounds from Emily Elkins in downing the Stettler Wildcats 53-47 in Central Alberta Senior Girls Basketball League play Tuesday.

In other girls action, the Camrose Trojans downed the Lacombe Rams 79-43 with Bradi Lorenz hitting for 24 points, Jesalyn Clarkson adding 19 and Christie Pilger contributing 10. Emilie Wilson had 12 points, Kirsten Ramsay 11 and Alana Ell 10 for Lacombe.

At Lindsay Thurber, the host Raiders got 17 points from Amy Whitesell and nine from Emma Newton in a 66-17 senior girls rout of the Ponoka Broncs. Amy Lank led the visitor with eight points.

Ponoka, with Travis Lee draining 14 points and Chander McLaren adding 12, defeated Lindsay Thurber 61-53 in the senior boys contest. Spencer Klassen led the Raiders with 14 points, while Tanner Rehn had 12.

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