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    The high school soccer season kicks off next week for the Leduc Composite and Christ the King (CTK) girls’ teams. Unfortunately neither will field boys’ teams this season and only Beaumont will compete in rugby.

    The soccer teams will compete in the Metro Edmonton High Schools’ Division #3 level along with Archbishop Romero, Maurice Lavallee. J. Percy Page, Old Scona, and Victoria Comp.

    CTK will host Victoria in their first game on Tuesday, May 6th and Leduc will visit Archbishop Romero for their first game on the same day. The two teams will meet each other the following week on Tuesday, May 13th.

    The compressed schedule will have the teams playing six games in a four-week period with Division #3 playoffs beginning on Tuesday, May 27th.  Soccer is one of a few high school sports that do not lead to an Alberta Schools Athletic Association championship.

 

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