Hunting Hills Lightning grade 12 forward Ryan Mulder tries to shoot over a Camrose Trojans player Tuesday in the first quarter in Central Alberta Schools Athletic Association senior boys basketball play. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

PHOTOS: High School basketball season underway in Central Alberta

The Central Alberta Schools Athletic Association senior basketball season got underway Tuesday.

Games took place all across the region, including the Hunting Hills Lightning hosting the Camrose Trojans. The Hunting Hills senior girls earned a 54-42 win to open the season. The Lightning senior boys also won 76-57 over the Trojans.

other action included Lindsay Thurber Raiders vs. W.M. E. Hay Wildcats, Stettler; Notre Dame Cougars vs. H.J. Cody Lakers, Sylvan Lake; Lacombe Rams vs. Wetaskiwin Sabres, Wetaskiwin; St. Joseph Falcons vs. West Central Rebels, Rocky Mountain House.



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Hunting Hills Lightning guard Sydney Larsen collects a rebound and looks to score during fourth quarter action in the season opener of the Central Alberta Schools Athletic Association senior girls basketball season. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Hunting Hills Lightning guard Brayanna Lukawiecki looks for a shooting lane late in the game during a win against the Camrose Trojans in the Central Alberta Schools Athletic Association senior girls basketball season opener. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Hunting Hills Lightning grade 11 guard Pierce Shybunka drives to the basket in the first quarter against the Camrose Trojans on Tuesday in Central Alberta Schools Athletic Association senior boys basketball play. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Hunting Hills Lightning grade 12 forward Ryan Mulder tries to shoot over a Camrose Trojans player Tuesday in the first quarter in Central Alberta Schools Athletic Association senior boys basketball play. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

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