Kent Teams Dominate LKSSAA Quarters

basketball-netThe Kent Senior Girls Basketball ‘A’ quarter-finals took place Tuesday night with six Chatham-Kent teams in action.

Facing North Lambton, the Pain Court Patriotes took a 59-23 win to advance to the semi-finals. Danielle Lucier paced the Patriotes scoring 21-points in the victory, while Evelyn MacKay-Barr went 4-for-4 from behind the 3-point arc, collecting 12-points.

In Ridgetown, Carly McVicar had 8-points, and Val Gotelaer had 6-points for the Ridgetown Royals, as they defeated the Chatham Christian Flames 21-6.

Hosting St. Francois-Xavier, the Lambton-Kent Cardinals were locked in the tightest game of the night, but came out victorious with a 29-22 decision. Sasha Cook scored a game high 10-points for the Cardinals.

Finally, the Blenheim Bobcats advanced beating Tilbury 28-15. Hailey Newham and Dez Cloutier each had 10-points for the Bobcats in the win, while Emilee Marentette was Tilbury’s top scorer with 8-points.

With Pain Court, Lambton-Kent, Blenheim, and Ridgetown as the top four teams entering the quarter-finals, there were no upsets Tuesday night.

Thursday, Pain Court will host Ridgetown, while Lambton-Kent will host Blenheim to see who will advance to the ‘A’ LKSSAA final, which is scheduled for next Tuesday.

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