Local Sports Schedule: Jan. 7-13

Wednesday

Hockey: Heritage Junior B: Red Deer Vipers vs. Ponoka Stampeders, 8:30 p.m., Servus Arena.

Friday

Basketball: College: RDC Queens vs. SAIT Trojans, 6 p.m., Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre; RDC Kings vs. SAIT Trojans, 8 p.m., Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.

Hockey: College: RDC Queens vs. MacEwan University Griffins, 7 p.m., Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.

Saturday

Volleyball: College: RDC Queens vs. Olds College Broncos, 6 p.m., Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre; RDC Kings vs. Olds College Broncos, 8 p.m., Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.

Hockey: College: RDC Kings vs. NAIT Ooks, 7 p.m., Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.

Hockey: Midget AAA: Red Deer Optimist Chiefs vs. Calgary Buffaloes, 4:45 p.m., Servus Arena.

Hockey: Heritage Junior B: Red Deer Vipers vs. Three Hills Thrashers, 8 p.m., Servus Arena.

Hockey: Allan Cup Hockey West: Lacombe Generals vs. Rosetown Red Wings, 7:30 p.m., Lacombe.

Bull Riding: Rebel Energy Services Bull Riding, 7 p.m., Centrium.

Sunday

Hockey: Allan Cup Hockey West: Innisfail Eagles vs. Rosetown Red Wings, 5 p.m., Innisfail.

Hockey: Bantam AAA: Red Deer Rebels vs. Leduc Oil Kings, 1:15 p.m., Servus Arena.

Hockey: Midget AAA Female: Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs vs. Rocky Mountain Raiders, 1:30 p.m., Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.

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