Leduc Schools Start Basketball Season
Both Leduc Comp and Christ the King (CTK) basketball teams have announced their schedules for participation in the Metro Edmonton High School Athletic Association League for the 2013/14 school year. Unfortunately this year CTK will not be fielding a boys team.
Leduc Comp girls will be participating in Division 2 along with sixteen other high schools. The Girls team will play in Pool A, which will have teams from Austin O’Brien, Ardrossan, Eastglen, Holy Trinity, McNally, W.P. Wagner, and Strathcona Christian. The Tigers opened up league play when they traveled to Lillian Osborne on Tuesday, Dec. 10th for an exhibition game. In addition to league play the teams will competed in a number of invitational tournaments through out the season.
The CTK girls’ team will compete in Division 3 along with teams from Beaumont, Fort Saskatchewan, J.H. Picard, J. Percy Page, John Paul II, Old Scona, Parkland Immanuel, and Queen Elizabeth. CTK will kicked of their season with an exhibition game when they traveled to Percy Page on Wednesday, Dec. 11th.
The Leduc Comp boys team will also compete in Division 2 and in Pool A. The boys section of Division 2 will feature 18 teams. In Pool A the Tigers will face teams from Archbishop Jordan, Ardrossan, Eastglen, Holy Trinity, Millwoods Christian, Salisbury, Strathcona Christian, and W.P. Wagner. The boys joined the girls on Tuesday, Dec 10th for an exhibition match against the Lillian Osborne boys.
A second exhibition game will be hosted by Leduc Comp on Tuesday, Dec. 17th as the boys and girls teams from Memorial come for a visit, before league play starts for earnest in January.
Meanwhile the CTK girls will host an exhibition game on Thursday, Dec 12th against Fort Saskatchewan and then on Tuesday, Dec 17th they will conclude the exhibition schedule when they go to JH Picard.
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