Busy Day In High School Sports

basketball-courtIt was a busy day in high school sports Thursday, with 19 regular season games on the LKSSAA schedule in basketball, football, and soccer, as well as Red Feather games going on in Chatham-Kent.

At CKSS, the UCC Lancers grabbed the Red Feather Junior girls soccer title, edging the CKSS Golden Hawks 1-0 in penalty kicks. Sammi Vlasman shut the door for the Lancers in the shootout.

On the hard court, Hailey Newman had 13-points for the Blenheim Bobcats, helping her school jump out to a 2-0 start to the LKSSAA Senior Girls ‘A’ schedule, as they defeated the Lambton-Kent Cardinals 27-23. Pain Court also stayed perfect early in the year, beating Tilbury 28-15, paced by Danielle Lucier’s 14-points.

Also in Senior Girls ‘A’ basketball, Ridgetown hosted St. Francis Xavier of Sarnia, controlling the game and claiming a 33-12 win. Adrianna Long had 10-points in the win, while Meredith Goldhawk and Carly McVicar each had 8. Chatham Christian also hosted a Lambton opponent, beating North Lambton, who are Forest’s high school, led by Amy Koomans, who scored 13-points.

At the Senior Girls AA-AAA-AAAA level, Bridget Carleton scored 21-points, and Ashley Jackson had 10-points for the John McGregor Panthers, as they beat Sarnia St. Patrick’s 45-39.

In the 12-man senior football league, the Wallaceburg Tartans tied Sarnia St. Patrick’s 10-10. The UCC Lancers defeated CKSS 21-10

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