Hoosier Daddy takes home A side title

Hossier Daddy captured the Red Deer Women’s Basketball League A Pool title with a 62-30 victory over the Storm at Lindsay Thurber Monday. Veronica DenOudsten led the Hoosiers with 18 points while Kari Kaiser was played of the game. Erika Pottage had 10 points for the Storm with Krista Sawatsky was their player of the game.

Hossier Daddy captured the Red Deer Women’s Basketball League A Pool title with a 62-30 victory over the Storm at Lindsay Thurber Monday.

Veronica DenOudsten led the Hoosiers with 18 points while Kari Kaiser was played of the game. Erika Pottage had 10 points for the Storm with Krista Sawatsky was their player of the game.

Meanwhile, the Spartans downed the Big Ballers 69-61 to take third place with Cassie Stewart hitting 21 points. Sam Eggink was the player of the game

Aimee Sandham had 18 points for the Spartans with Rayne Prins the player of the game.

In the B Pool, the Nikes edged the Shooting Stars 43-42 to take third place.

Teresa Meyers led the Nikes with 13 points and was named their player of the game while Chandra Visser had 10 points and was the Stars top player.

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