Triple A Batteries outlast Circle T Services

The Triple A Batteries edged the Circle T Services 56-55 in Central Alberta Senior Men’s Basketball Association play Sunday.

The Triple A Batteries edged the Circle T Services 56-55 in Central Alberta Senior Men’s Basketball Association play Sunday.

Pat Hicks had 16 points and Vernon Johnson 14 for Triple A while Troy Normand dropped in 16 points and Roy Williams 13 for Circle T.

In other action the Grandview All-Stars downed the Dream Team 92-79 and the Blarney Stone beat the Rusty Chuckers 86-35.

Rick Feser had 23 points and Chris Girvan 16 for the All-Stars with Jared Rustin hitting 15 for the Dream Team.

Ray Teskey had 24 points and Lars Plaetner 16 for the Blarney Stone with Clint Unsworth finishing with 10 points and Scott Bamber seven for the Chuckers.

Meanwhile Wells Furniture won by default over the Sylvan Storm.

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