Sabres beat Raiders

The homestanding Wetaskiwin Sabres took both ends of the Central Alberta High School Basketball League doubleheader from the Lindsay Thurber Raiders Tuesday, winning the girls’ game 47-46 and the boys’ contest 71-61.

The homestanding Wetaskiwin Sabres took both ends of the Central Alberta High School Basketball League doubleheader from the Lindsay Thurber Raiders Tuesday, winning the girls’ game 47-46 and the boys’ contest 71-61.

Emma Krause had 19 points and Taylor Zabrocki 17 for the Wetaskiwin girls while Amy Whitesell had eight points for LTCHS.

Aaron Rattlesnake led the Wetaskiwin boys with 24 points while Daylan Higham had 11 points and Erik Steenwyk and Jonah Penner 10 each for the Raiders.

Meanwhile in Ponoka, the Broncs downed Rocky Mountain House West Central Rebels 45-41 in the girls’ game and 79-31 in boys’ action.

Danielle Davies had 15 points and Amy Lank 10 for the Ponoka girls with Alyssa Weckesser dropping in 10 points for Rocky.

Mikeal Skaaley had 19 points and Chandler McLaren 18 for the Ponoka boys.

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