Local Sports

Chilliwack Chiefs force Penticton Vees to Game 6

Penticton Vees blow a two goal lead in the 4-2 loss

Vees have stranglehold on Chiefs in BCHL finals

Penticton Vees using the old adage — if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

Derby dynamos ready to roll out pain

April Pain event runs April 29 at Kal Tire Place

Three-day women’s hockey tourney to support youth

Grindstone Award Foundation is taking registrations for a women’s hockey jamboree in West Kelowna

  • Apr 20th, 2017

Risling nets overtime winner for Vees

Penticton Vees down the Chilliwack Chiefs in Game 4 of the BCHL Fred Page Cup final

Heat go the distance in playoffs

Team wins the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference title

  • Apr 19th, 2017
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Salmon Arm Tennis Club Open House
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Pee Wee Silvertips help family battling cancer
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First annual Hit to Fit gala fundraising event, Saturday, March 11 at the Westgate Public Market in Salmon Arm
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Day two of High School wrestling provincials
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Canadians brush back Spurs

Vernon Canadians salvaged their season-opening weekend homestand in the B.C. AAA 18U Baseball League

Penticton Vees alum signs contract with NHL Coyotes

Hunter Miska has signed an entry-level contract with the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes

Hockey players recognized

Many minor hockey annual awards were presented

Renowned horse trainer teaches at Topline

Dr. Andrew McLean brings behavioural science to the riding ring

Karate in Okinawa

Local youth do well in karate tournament in Japan

Salmon Arm wrestlers hit mat at nationals

Elijah Lazar and Rohan Kafle both wrestled their way to top-eight finishes at nationals

Taking passion too far

In today’s minor hockey leagues, why do parents mistreat officials and players?

Pair of Selkirks compete nationally

Maggie Manning and Chantel Jeffrey make waves in national and international competition

Second facility a boon to Kelowna soccer

Another covered turf field to be built in Rutland will benefit the sports community

Big game Thursday night for Heat

Beaver Valley Nitehawks take first two games in series.

  • Mar 29th, 2017

Okanagan Wild designed to play any style of lacrosse

The pieces of the puzzle fit just right as the Okanagan Wild lacrosse team were put together.

Youth soccer prepares for kick off

SYSA season will feature over 80 teams

Multiple medalists

Members of the Salmon Arm Skating Club worked hard and skated well.