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Senior Bowl

Brenda Bjorge of David Thompson High School breaks past Sarah Wutzke of St. Dominic’s during the 1A/2A CASAA 14th Annual Senior Bowl at Red Deer College on Tuesday.

Brenda Bjorge of David Thompson High School breaks past Sarah Wutzke of St. Dominic’s during the 1A/2A CASAA 14th Annual Senior Bowl at Red Deer College on Tuesday. Neither game proved to be close at the 1A-2A Senior Bowl basketball all-star games as the Light team took the girls’ contest 57-42 while the Dark squad won the boys’ game 82-63. Rebecca Lipsey of St. Dominics led the Light girls with nine points while Brittany Smith of Eckville and Kara Folkerts of Central Alberta Christian High School added eight each. Kayla Leopold of David Thompson had 14 for the Dark side. Trent Nicolay of CACHS had 14 points and Slayton Johnson of Pigeon Lake added nine for the Dark boys while Aquille Ambrose of Parkview Adventist had 19 for the Light squad.

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