Wetaskiwin tops Stettler in senior high basketball

Both senior high school basketball teams from William E. Hay suffered losses to the Wetaskiwin Sabres

  • Dec. 19, 2012 11:00 a.m.

Both senior high school basketball teams from William E. Hay suffered losses to the Wetaskiwin Sabres last Tuesday night in Stettler.

The Wildcat girls dropped a 56-32 decision, while the Wildcat boys fell 71-45.

In the girls’ game, Dacia Gramlick was Stettler’s top scorer, with 14 points.

Jamie Ternes contributed seven points, while Claire Aspenes and Shayla Neitz each added four.

In the boys’ game, the Wildcats got 10 points from Justin Fleischhacker, seven from Braden Deagle, six each from Morgan Loshny and Ty Page, five from Jacques du Toit, and four each from Stephen Zuk and Nicholas Baharally.

Mark Meyer, with three points, rounded out the Stettler scoring.

Both senior Wildcat teams were scheduled to host another tough opponent last night in the Notre Dame Cougars of Red Deer.

Stettler wraps up its pre-Christmas schedule this Thursday night at Innisfail.

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