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The Silverbacks will head into the Christmas break on a positive note as they downed the Vees, splitting their home-and-home series.
The Silverbacks extended their unbeaten streak to a season-high four games, after settling for a 4-4 draw against Vernon
Making a switch: SFU swimmer-turned-boxer excels in the ring
Braidy Parkes became the first girl to be awarded a team MVP award in the Shuswap Minor Football Association.
Three games under new interim head coach Misko Antisin and the Silverbacks have yet to score a win
Eleven couples braved the dance floor in the inaugural Dancing With the Shuswap Stars fundraising event.
The Cowichan Valley Capitals took on the home town Salmon Arm Silverbacks in BCHL action on Saturday night.
Cold weather and muddy conditions didn't dampen the spirits at the Shuswap Cross Cyclocross event at Klahani Park on Sunday.
The Salmon Arm Silverbacks hosted the Merritt Centennials in BCHL action at the Shaw Centre on Saturday, Nov.12.
Following last Wednesday’s brawl against the Warriors, the league handed out their discipline
The Grizzlies, the Island Division’s second ranked side, showed their superiority over the Silverbacks in BCHL action
The Salmon Arm Silverbacks hosted the West Kelowna Warriors in BCHL action at the Shaw Centre on Wednesday, Nov. 2.
Boxer, Dominic Barbosa as improved tremendously in the past three months and will represent B.C. at nationals in April 2017.
The Salmon Arm Silverbacks hosted the Victoria Grizzlies in BCHL action at the Shaw Centre on Saturday, Oct.29.
The trophy collection keeps on growing for Provincial Martial Arts students.
A slow start to the game cost the Golds as they hosted the high-flying Argyle Pipers, and remain winless
Salmon Arm Secondary wrestling coach Ray Munsie is eager to lay out the mats for the start of an important season
Moving up: Silverbacks sit fourth in Interior Division standings.
The Pumpkin Cannon at DeMille's is also known as the Pumpkinator.
The atmosphere was electric on Friday evening as 18 kids were fitted with their first set of hockey equipment