Kieran McDonald and Melissa Koster shared the Boston Pizza RDC athlete of the week awards.
McDonald was second for the RDC cross-country men’s team at the fourth Grand Prix race of the season in Camrose, finishing in a time of 27 minutes 36 seconds, which was 58 seconds faster than his previous best time.
The Hunting Hills grad and Devin Woodland are among the top five runners in the ACAC.
Koster led the RDC women’s golf team to third place in the ACAC finals in Medicine Hat.
Koster finished in seventh overall at 94-103—197. The 94 was her personal best.
l The only thing on the menu this week is the volleyball Kings Ramada Inns Challenge Cup Friday and Saturday,
The Kings open the tournament against the Olds Broncos at 4:30 p.m.
Friday and face the University of Calgary Alumni at 7:30 p.m. They finish pool play Saturday at 9 a.m. against the RDC Alumni A team.
The University of Alberta, Augustana Vikings from Camrose, the RDC Alumni B, the Central Alberta Christian High School Alumni and Lakeland College are in Pool B.
The semifinals are set for 4:30 p.m. Saturday with the final at 8:30 p.m.
l The RDC hockey Queens exhibition game against SAIT Saturday has been cancelled. The Queens next action is Oct. 11 when they host the Edge Hockey Academy at 7 p.m. at the Arena.
They also meet Team Alberta of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League Oct. 14 at noon at WinSport Arena in Calgary. It’s part of Hockey Canada’s International Girls Hockey Weekend.