Raiders girls win Percy Page tournament

Emma Newton netted 23 points Saturday to lead the Lindsay Thurber Raiders to a 76-48 win over Edmonton Holy Trinity in the girls championship game of the J. Percy Page senior high basketball tournament in Edmonton.

Emma Newton netted 23 points Saturday to lead the Lindsay Thurber Raiders to a 76-48 win over Edmonton Holy Trinity in the girls championship game of the J. Percy Page senior high basketball tournament in Edmonton.

Kelsey Lalor added 16 points for the winners, while Kennedy Graham chipped in with 12.

Meanwhile, Lindsay Thurber finished in eighth place in the boys division following a narrow 74-72 loss to Fort McMurray. Tanner Rahn paced the Raiders with 19 points, while Jarrett Zilinski scored 14.

The Lindsay Thurber squads host Hunting Hills in their Central Alberta League season-openers tonight. The girls game goes at 6 p.m., with the boys to follow.

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