Ladies Basketball

The Spartans downed the Collin Barrow Storm 46-38 to capture first place in Pool A of the North Star Sports Ladies’ Basketball League Monday.

The Spartans downed the Collin Barrow Storm 46-38 to capture first place in Pool A of the North Star Sports Ladies’ Basketball League Monday.

Marisa Prins and Carla Stewart had 13 points each for the Spartans while Sanela Sarcevic had 12 points for the Storm.

Lacombe took third place with a 65-46 win over the All-Stars as Kathy Ahlquist had 18 points and Kristi Lorenz 15. Melissa Grabski dropped in 12 points in a losing cause.

Meanwhile, the Triple Threat downed the Shooting Stars 59-21 to take top spot in the B Pool.

Courtney Symes had 15 points for the winners while Candace Stamp and Ashlie Coutts had six points each for the Stars.

The Big Ballers took third place with a 30-26 win over The Bank as Aimee Sandham and Brianne Boychuk had six points each. Ciana Cameron had eight points or The Bank.

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