Lakers advance to semi-finals

H. J. Cody Lakers advanced to the Central Alberta High School Football League semi-finals

  • Oct. 25, 2012 10:00 a.m.

by Staff Writer – Black Press

H. J. Cody Lakers advanced to the Central Alberta High School Football League semi-finals with a 28-14 victory over the Wetaskiwin Sabres Saturday.

The Lakers, who finished third in the A Pool while the Sabres were second in the B Pool, will face the Hunting Hills Lightning in the semi-final.

The game is slated to go 7:30 Friday night at Great Chief Park in Red Deer.

Shon Zenert led the Lakers with 149 yards rushing and two touchdowns while Tyler Ledwos had 98 yards on the ground and a pair of majors.

Paul Fuller, who rushed for 67 yards, and Will Branco scored touchdowns for the Sabres, who will drop into the consolation side.

The other semi-final sees Notre Dame at Stettler.

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