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Western Canada Wins Back-To-Back Alberta 4A Girls Titles



On March 18, 2012, the Western Canada Redmen became back-to-back, Alberta 4A Champions, with their 74-63 victory over the Centennial Coyotes.

In winning the ASAA High School Provincials Gold Medal game, Western Canada was led in scoring by Madeleine Rogers (5’10, G/F, 2012) who scored 20 points. Arizona State commit, Isidora Purkovic (5’11”, G, 2012) made her impact and was a key component to her team’s success. Purkovic scored 18 points in the Finals’ win, to go along with Susan Thompson’s 13 (F, 2012).

The Coyotes, who along with Western Canada were the two provincial representatives from Calgary, were led in scoring by Montana Romeril (G, 2012), averaged over 20 points throughout the Championships.  She scored 19 in the Gold Medal game, while Centennial also recieved 14 points from both Kassie Chomyn (G, 2012) and Alexa Gray, all in the losing effort.

The Redmen, who averaged more than 76 points per game, were dominant in their in their victories throughout these Provincials.  They won each of their games by double digits and an average of more than 28 points.


Other Opening Round and Championship Round Results

Bronze  Medal Game
(4)Raymond Comets defeated the (2)Spruce Grove 58-38
Raymond: Sunder West 21 points
Spruce Grove: Sydney Kumar 15 points

(1)Western Canada Redmen defeated (4)Raymond Comets 87-61
Western Canada: Megan Festival 21 points; Isidora Purkovic 15 points
Raymond: Jackie Tollestrup 22 points

(3)Centennial Coyotes defeated (2)Spruce Grove 76-44
Centennial: Montana Romeril 30 points
Spruce Grove: Jordan Maclean 15 points

(1)Western Canada Redmen defeated (9) Catholic Central Cougars 72-42
Western Canada: Madeleine Rogers 22 points
Catholic Central: Alycia Amatto 11 points

(2)Spruce Grove defeated (7)Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs 68-61
Spruce Grove: Alyssa Bridgeman 15 points; Jordan Maclean 15 points; Sydney Kumar 14 points
Sir Winston Churchill: Beth Vinnell 15 points

(3)Centennial Coyotes defeated (11)Strathcona 78-57
Centennial: Montana Romeril 22 and Alexa Gray 22 points
Strathcona: Jessica Stroud 27 points

(4)Raymond Comets defeated (5)Arch Bishop Jordan 80-66
Raymond: Jackie Tollestrup 39 points
Arch Bishop Jordan: Jordan Enns 23 points

Opening Round
(1)Western Canada Redmen defeated (16)Grand Prairie Totems 72-26
Western Canada: Isidora Purkovic 17 points
Grand Prairie: Megan Belcourt 10 points

(2)Spruce Grove defeated (15)Huntington Hills 81-39
Spruce Grove: Shea-Lynn Noyes 24 points; Jordan Maclean 20

(3)Centennial Coyotes defeated (14)Lloydminster 83-37
Centennial:Kassie Chomyn 16 points
Lloydminster: Desiree Ross 14 points

(4)Raymond Comets defeated (13)Foothills Falcons 77-47
Ramond: Jackie Tollestrup 25 points
Foothills: Noelle Reboul 12 points

(5)Archbishop Jordan Scots defeated Lloydminster Lady Barons
Archbishop Jordan: Jordan Enns 27 points
Lloydminster:Carly Maclennan and Mackenzie Olsen 12 points

(9)Catholic Central Cougars defeated (8)Bishop Grandin Ghosts 60-48
Catholic Central: Sydney Voogel 15 points
Bishop Grandin: Angela Driscoll 15 points; Tara Beaver 14 points

(7)Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs defeated (10)Paul Kane Blues 47-28
Sir Winston Churchill: Natalie Thompson 16 points
Paul Kane: Chantal Jordan 10 points

(11)Strathcona Lords defeated (6)Cardston Cougars 64-53
Strathcona: Jessica Stroud 27 points; Meg Casault 14 points
Cardston: Sidney Carlson 17 points