Colts trounce Vipers as Blazers prevail

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Rangers’ Tate Barrett with the ball.
Camera IconRangers’ Tate Barrett with the ball. Credit: Michael Traill

Another week and another win for Colts in the under-19 division of the Narrogin Junior Basketball Association.

Colts kept Vipers to only one win for the season after their dominant 85-42 victory last Thursday night.

Langford Williams, Lachlan Tulley and Richard Long all found form on the court.

Blazers avoided being knocked off second place after a scare against fourth-placed Roxville.

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Zed McNab, Cade Bolton and Dominque Eades all impressed in the Blazers’ 47-40 win.

Rangers moved into third place after a 29-20 win against Big Ballers in a low-scoring match.

Jacob Day, Austin Shotter and Connor Hawkins were named best in that fixture.

Thunder found no challenge against lowly placed Rockets, easily collecting the points in their 56-25 win.

James Chaplin, Stocktin Shotter and Jake Ogle were best on the court.

Blazers continue to dominate in the girls’ under-19 division of the NJBA.

Rosie Anderson, Abbey Kitchen and Alysha Ryder were the best on court in Blazers’ massive 128-12 win over third-placed Cats.

Royals took home the points against Rangers, winning 33-12. Melita Davey, Megan Dyson and Nolan Tupuhi were named best in their Wednesday night clash.

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