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Since the time he first picked up a club, Lorens Chan has been playing golf alongside Uncle Caleb. The longtime family friend has been with Chan every step of the way in a burgeoning career that has ultimately led him to the professional level.

Kelowna Paddle Centre is ready to host its fifth annual Waterman Paddle Festival this weekend. More than 200 athletes are expected to attend the event, which will feature five different events, today and Sunday.

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Andrew Stevenson’s side translated a 600-strong crowd into a 2-1 victory last weekend in Pacific Coast Soccer League play against the Penticton Pinnacles.

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The Kelowna Falcons saw their winless streak stretch to six games as they dropped the opener of a three-game series to the Victoria HarbourCats 15-5 score on Friday night at Elks Stadium.

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For four years, Jake Knapp and Jonathan Garrick practiced together, ate together and lived together. They just never played against each other.

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Ron Robison said it feels like yesterday the Kelowna Rockets “set a new standard for the Memorial Cup” as host and winner of the 2004 event.

He’s helped make volleyball a sport of choice in Nunavut. Now Scott Schutz is trying to make football a part of the territory’s athletic landscape.

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The Kelowna Falcons couldn’t muster up any offence in a 2-0 loss to the Ridgefield Raptors to conclude their three-game series on Sunday night at Elks Stadium.

The Kelowna Falcons saw 6th inning home runs from Dan Pruitt and Josh Lewis but fell to the Ridgefield Raptors by a 5-4 score on Saturday night at Elks Stadium.

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The Kelowna Falcons suddenly have a gap in their roster after MVP Trent Tingelstad told his hometown newspaper he’s likely to turn pro this summer.

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The Kelowna Falcons fell for the first time on the young West Coast League baseball season, dropping a 6-2 decision to the Bellingham Bells on Wednesday night at Joe Martin Field in Washington state.

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Immaculata Mustangs use young talent to secure provincial soccer trophy

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Relief pitcher Connor Hurley and reigning league MVP Trent Tingelstad sealed a 4-2 victory for the Kelowna Falcons in their season-opener against the Bellingham Bells on Tuesday night in Washington state.

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A rookie of the year and a provincial champion from Kelowna Secondary are to join Bobby Mitchell’s new look UBCO Heat women’s basketball team, the school announced Friday.

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Kelowna Rockets goaltender Roman Basran has earned himself an invite to Hockey Canada's Program of Excellence Goaltending Camp this weekend at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.

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Emma Cannan’s day didn’t start exactly how she would have hoped, but it ended like a dream.

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KLO Cougars coach Chad Wardman was buzzing around the outside of the Apple Bowl track, telling everyone within earshot just how Kelowna kids were dominating.

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When the Kelowna Rockets lost in the 2005 Memorial Cup final, it kick-started an unprecedented 13-game losing streak for Western Hockey League champions at the Memorial Cup.

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The Heat are getting the chance to add some university hardware to their college medal this week at the national championship.

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Dan and Toni Crockett are not your average 70-plus seniors. They are both avid cyclists who partake every year in the “Ride Through The Rockies” — a five-day ride out of Banff.

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Everything is falling into place for the Kelowna Falcons and Mark Nonis. That’s what has him worried.