Ponoka Secondary Campus held its basketball seniors recognition night on March 2. Photos by Deanna French

PHOTOS: PSC seniors night

Ponoka Secondary Campus held its basketball seniors recognition night on March 2.

The teams tipped off against Rimbey, the senior girls losing their game and ending their season in sixth place, according to PSC athletic director Paula Chapman.They will not advance to zones.

The senior girls’ graduating players are Emma Christiansen and Jocelyn Wynnychuk.

The boys took the victory in their contest, coming in third place in league play. They will compete at zones, hosted by David Thompson, on March 13 and 14.

The boys’ graduating players are Adian Potts, Erik Mathieu, Tade Tonneson and Anis Musiime.

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