Hunting Hills Lightning force Game 3, Raiders’ men win CASAA 4A Zone Volleyball title

The Lindsay Thurber Raiders were crowned champions Friday.

The Raiders men’s team swept the Notre Dame Cougars in three sets on home court in the Central Alberta Schools Athletic Association 4A Zone Volleyball Final. The Raiders won the best-of-three series with the victory and advance to the Alberta Schools Athletic Association 4A Volleyball Provincials next week at Jasper Place High School in Edmonton.

The Hunting Hills Lightning made it clear they weren’t going to go away quietly and rose to the occasion in Game 2 of the best-of-three CASAA 4A Zone Volleyball Final.

Hunting Hills swept the Lindsay Thurber Raiders in three sets Friday on the road to force a deciding Game 3 Saturday. The game will get underway at 2 p.m. at Hunting Hills.



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