Leduc Badminton Update

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    Now that the basketballs have stopped bouncing, badminton birds are now flying about in local high school gyms.

    Leduc Comp and the Christ the King (CTK) schools are competing in the Metro Edmonton High School Athletic Association badminton league. There are 22 schools competing this year in two eleven school Pools. Going into the Easter break the Comp’s team sits in fourth place in Pool A while the CTK team is still looking for their first victory in the same Pool. The schools generally play on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

    CTK will host Leduc Comp on Tuesday April 2nd and Leduc Comp will host Bev Facey and Mother Margaret Mary schools on Thursday April 4th. The last league match will be hosted by CTK when Strathcona Christian and Bev Facey come to town. 

    Conference playoffs will begin on Thursday April 11th with Zone playoffs beginning on April 17th. The Alberta Schools Athletic Association Provincial Championships will be held on the first weekend in May in Calgary. 

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