Local schools compete in CARA basketball finals

Stettler’s schools were the site of this year’s CARA league boys and girls basketball tournaments on Saturday, Feb. 28

Stettler’s Jordan Lane leaps out of a crowd of Coalhurst Trojans to net some points for the home team during the final gold medal match of the tournament. The Wildcats finished with silver.

Stettler’s Jordan Lane leaps out of a crowd of Coalhurst Trojans to net some points for the home team during the final gold medal match of the tournament. The Wildcats finished with silver.

Stettler’s schools were the site of this year’s CARA league boys and girls basketball tournaments on Saturday, Feb. 28, welcoming 10 schools from around the district.

The boys’ tournament was held in the gym at William E. Hay Composite High School, where the team from Brownfield School finished in first place.

Erskine School came in second, followed by Stettler Middle School, Big Valley School, Halkirk’s Mother Teresa School and Coronation School.

The girls’ tournament took place in the Stettler Elementary School gym, where Castor’s Theresetta School came in first place.

Mother Teresa School finished in second place, followed by Big Valley School, Stettler Middle School, Erskine School and Coronation School.

Consolation tournaments were also held, with the girls’ games taking place at Christ-King Catholic School and the boys’ games being held in Stettler Middle School.

Byemoor School took the girls’ consolation title, while Christ-King Catholic School took the boys’ consolation title.