Local Sports Schedule: Sept. 23-29

Monday

Golf: High School: ASAA Golf provincials, Innisfail Golf Club and Alberta Springs Golf Resort, 10 a.m. shotgun.

Tuesday

Golf: High School: ASAA Golf provincials, Innisfail Golf Club and Alberta Springs Golf Resort, 10 a.m. shotgun.

Wednesday

Volleyball: Senior High School: Lindsay Thurber Raiders vs. Hunting Hills Lightning, 6 p.m., HHHS; Notre Dame Cougars vs. Lacombe Rams, 6 p.m., Lacombe.

Thursday

Volleyball: Junior High School: Lindsay Thurber Raiders vs. Hunting Hills Lightning, 6 p.m., LTCHS; Notre Dame Cougars vs. Lacombe Rams, 6 p.m., NDHS.

Friday

Football: High School: Hunting Hills Lightning vs. Notre Dame Cougars, 7:30 p.m., Great Chief Park; Lacombe Rams vs. Lindsay Thurber Raiders, 7:30 p.m., MEGlobal Athletic Park.

Volleyball: College: Fall VB Invitational: Providence University College vs. RDC Queens, 11 a.m.; The King’s University Eagles vs. RDC Kings, 1 p.m.; The King’s University Eagles vs. RDC Queens, 4 p.m.; GPRC Wolves vs. RDC Queens, 8 p.m.; RDC Queens vs. NAIT Ooks, 8 p.m.; RDC Kings vs. University of Alberta-Augustana, 8 p.m.; all games at Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.

Saturday

WHL: Red Deer Rebels vs. Calgary Hitmen, 7 p.m., Centrium.

Volleyball: College: Fall VB Invitational: Providence University College vs. RDC Kings, 9 a.m.; Providence University College vs. RDC Queens, 1 p.m.; GPRC Wolves vs. RDC Queens, 4 p.m.; RDC Queens vs. NAIT Ooks, 6 p.m.; SAIT Trojans vs. RDC Kings, 6 p.m.; The King’s University Eagles vs. RDC Queens, 8 p.m.

Hockey: Bantam AAA: Red Deer Rebels vs. Southeast Tigers, 2 p.m., Servus Arena.

Hockey: Heritage Junior B: Red Deer Vipers vs. Stettler Lightning, 8 p.m., Servus Arena.

Sunday

Soccer: College: RDC Queens vs. University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings, 12 p.m., RDC; RDC Kings vs. University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings, 2 p.m., RDC.

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