Local Sports Schedule: Dec. 17-22


Basketball: High School: Hunting Hills Lightning vs. Wetaskiwin Sabres, 6 p.m., HHHS; Camrose Trojans vs. Lacombe Rams, 6 p.m., Camrose; Notre Dame Cougars vs. St. Joseph Falcons, 6 p.m. NDHS; West Central Trojans vs. Lindsay Thurber Raiders, WCHS; vs. Wm. E. Hay Wildcats vs. H.J. Cody Lakers, 6 p.m., Stettler.

Hockey: Bantam AAA: Red Deer Rebels vs. Calgary Northstars, 7 p.m., Servus Arena.


Basketball: Junior Varsity: Camrose Trojans vs. St. Joseph Falcons, 6 p.m., Camrose; H.J. Cody Lakers vs. Notre Dame Cougars, 6 p.m., NDHS; Lacombe Rams vs. West Central Trojans, 6 p.m., Lacombe; Lindsay Thurber Raiders vs. West Central Trojans, 6 p.m., LTCHS; Hunting Hills Lightning vs. Wm. E. Hay Wildcats, 6 p.m., HHHS.


Hockey: Bantam AAA: Red Deer Rebels vs.GPAC Golden Arrow, 2 p.m., Servus Arena.

Hockey: Heritage Junior B: Red Deer Vipers vs. Sylvan Lake Wranglers, 8 p.m., Servus Arena.

Hockey: Senior AA: Lacombe Senior AA Generals vs. Blackfalds Wranglers, 8 p.m., Lacombe.


Hockey: Heritage Junior B: Sylvan Lake Wranglers vs. Lomond Lakers, 2:30 p.m., Sylvan Lake.

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