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Outstanding hockey

  • Jan. 18, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Outstanding hockey

Congratulations to Ali Roine, Lisa Campeau, Hailey Haskell and Jenna Lazar who have made the Okanagan U16 female hockey team. They will be heading to 100 Mile House in late March for more BC Hockey U16 competition.

Pirate alert

The Annual Larch Hills School Pirate Loppet will be held Friday, Jan. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for grades 3 to 7. Interested schools or PACs should contact Brian Smith at 250-832-2934 or Tom Peasgood at 250-832-7368.

Having a happy new year

The new year has started off well for Chevy’s Sports Silvertips Pee Wee Rep Tier 2 team.

The team played host to Kamloops Jan. 9, winning 9-3. Alex Astasiewicz, Jack Karran, Joey Guerra and Nathan Plessis each scored a pair, while Noah Bumstead provided the solid goaltending in the win. Eric Porter and Josh Kujat each had a couple of assists. On Jan. 14, the Silvertips dominated Vernon, with a final score of 9-1. Eric Johnson led the way with a hat trick, while Dawson Head and  Astasiewicz each scored a pair. Guerra and Plessis had three assists each. On that Sunday, the local boys travelled to Westside to challenge the second place team, winning 3-2 win. Tyler Collens notched a pair, including the winner. The top three teams are all within a few points of each other, with the Silvertips in second place.

On target

The Salmon Arm Archers will be holding a 3-D Target Shoot on Sunday, Jan. 23, starting at 8 a.m. in the SASCU Memorial Indoor Arena. Everyone welcome, anything allowed ‘that flings an arrow.’ For information, call Merv at 250-803-6250 or 250-832-8141.

Go howl

The Night of the Full Moon Ski takes place tonight, Wednesday, Jan. 19 at the Larch Hills Ski Club.

Winning bridge

Jan. 2: 1. Doreen and Dennis Roberts; 2. Lynn Storey and John Parton; 3. Rosemary Blair and Orville Cooper; 4. Barb Beazley and Vern Gummeson. The Sunday Duplicate Club meets every Sunday at the 5th Ave Senior’s Center at 12:45.  Phone 250-832-6550. Jan. 4: 1 Barbara Peterson and Dave Peterson, 2. Chuck Buckler and Dan Quilty, 3. Lynne Storey and John Parton, 4. Judy Harris and Tom McNie. The Salmon Arm Duplicate Bridge Club meets every Tuesday evening. Call 250-832-7454 or 250-832-7323. Jan. 10: 1. Eugene Ogino, 2. Bruce Motherwell, 3. Natalie Sadesky, 4. Gisela Bodnar. Jan. 16: Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club – 1. Naomi and Eugene Ogino, 2.  Lori Nelson and Bob Clugston, 3.  Lynn Storey and John Parton, 4. Doreen and Dennis Roberts.

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