STAWELL - The luckless Wildcatters suffered another heavy defeat in the under eighteen boy's Monaghan's Real Estate junior basketball competition last week, this time going down to the number one team, Tyrepower.
Wildcatters Bailey Taylor tried hard against a tough opponent, shooting 12 points (all three-point shots).
Paul Summers (21 points), Zach Salmi (20) and Jake Stainsby (19) dominated in the key with Tyrepower coming away with a thumping 80-18 victory.
Gold Reef Clothing continue to shine in the under 18 boy's competition after coming away with a 36-12 win over Stawell Neighbourhood House.
Angus Murray led the way with 12 points for the victors.
Sweeney Todds enjoyed another win last week in the 16 and under girl's competition.
Up against Westside Carpet Choice, Sweeney Todds Ebony Summers top scored with 17 points to steer the Purple side to victory 25-18.
It was a tight clash between Sheer Illusions and Armstrong Concrete, with the former getting across the line 21-17.
Darcie Crawford (8) and Tanisha Lovett (5) were among Sheer Illusions points scorers.
Pyke's Pets and Cycles put another win on the board in the under 14 boy's basketball competition, this time defeating Ted Holden Electrics 19-16.
Jacob Lowe (6) and Jakob Salmi (5) led Pyke's scoring.
Comfort Plus held their number one position on the under 14 boy's ladder following a 38-29 victory against Ranson Rotomoulding.
Riley Graveson was front and centre in the key, finishing with 14 points for the winners.
Kyle Dignan top scored with nine points for Gold Reef Clothing as they recorded another solid win in the 12 and under boy's competition last week, defeating Pyke's Pets and Cycles 15-7.
In the other match, Sportspower outmuscled Westside Carpet Choice 31-12.
Luke Matthews (10) and Jack Antonio (7) were Sportspower's stand out players in attack.
Bad JuJu scored a close 12 and under girl's win over Comfort Plus 11-8, while Pyke's Pets and Cycles had no trouble against Westside Carpet Choice, running out 25-10 victors.