Struss scores 25 in losing cause

Travis Struss netted 25 points and James Grobe added 20 in a losing cause as the Dream Team fell 99-53 to Tiffany’s Fatboys in Central Alberta Senior Men’s Basketball Association play Sunday.

Travis Struss netted 25 points and James Grobe added 20 in a losing cause as the Dream Team fell 99-53 to Tiffany’s Fatboys in Central Alberta Senior Men’s Basketball Association play Sunday.

In another contest, Stephen Price had 21 points and Jayden Seemann contributed 20 to lead Mobil 1 Lube Express to an 82-80 victory over the Sylvan Lake Auto Spa Storm, who got 16 points from Ben Cripps and 14 from Bryan Curruthers.

As well, the Grandview All-stars got 26 points from Tom West and 22 from Chris Girvan in downing the Rusty Chuckers 82-47.

Stephen Dyck had 14 points and Scott Bamber nine for the Chuckers.

In other action, Carstar downed the Monstars 98-90 as Nathan Dixon hit 35 points and Tim Siad 20. Darren Wright dropped in 35 points and Adam Glover added 15 for the Monstars.

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