Top three remain tied atop senior girls’ basketball league
GUELPH – With each team having two games left to play in their regular seasons, the three-way tie for first remains in the District 10 high school senior girls’ basketball league following Thursday’s games.
The Centennial Spartans, Guelph CVI Green Gaels and Orangeville Bears each won Thursday to lift their records to 10-2. Centennial dropped the St. James Lions, GCVI downed the Centre Wellington Falcons and Orangeville got by the Ross Royals.
Centennial 54 St. James 12
The Spartans put an end to a two-game losing streak with the win. Hayley McMillan had 29 points for Centennial and Julia Everitt added eight.
Sam Griffiths had four for St. James.
Orangeville 56 Ross 40
Emma Firth collected 23 points for Orangeville while Ayla Corrigale contributed 21.
Sikar Tesfit Ezra had 16 for Ross.
Guelph CVI 57 Centre Wellington 32
Sam Aljoe had a game-high 16 points for GCVI.
Rachel Kaspar had nine for Centre Wellington.
Lourdes 42 Bishop Macdonell 24
Lourdes received 15 points from Olivia Doucette and 10 from Kayla Schaus.
Tahnaya Mullings had six for Bishop Mac and Melody Bruce gathered five.
Junior Girls’ Basketball
Centre Wellington 42 Guelph CVI 14
Sydney Sellers and Maggie Long each had 13 points for Centre Wellington.
Gurmen Judge had four for GCVI.
Bishop Macdonell 63 Lourdes 31
Maeve Bedard had 16 points for Bishop Mac while Sophia Anstett chipped in with 13.
Jwokmeer Omot collected 18 for Lourdes and Karlee Hemstreet added nine.
Centennial 45 St. James 43
Camryn Stam had 18 points for Centennial while Libby Anderson followed with 12.
Sadie C. had 10 points for St. James and Anzeyah L. netted eight.
Ross 50 Orangeville 8
Leading scorers not reported.
- Guelph Sports Journal