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Kelowna Rockets defenceman Kaedan Korczak has been invited to attend Team Canada's virtual junior team summer development camp, Hockey Canada announced on Tuesday.

The West Kelowna Warriors of the BC Hockey League have acquired forward Jarrett Penner from Saskatchwewan's Notre Dame Hounds in exchange for Ryan Upson.

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If anyone is wondering if the Junior Heat volleyball club is successful, take a close look at UBCO coach Steve Manuel’s roster.

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With local swimming pools closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, former Liquid Lightning swimmer Kierra Smith is keeping her goal of returning to the Olympics in 2021 alive training in a private West Kelowna 10-metre outdoor pool in April wearing what resembles a large elastic band.

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The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League will be seeking financial assistance from the provincial and federal governments in light of the negative impact being felt by its 20 member teams due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Kelowna Rockets president and general manager Bruce Hamilton announced Thursday that Terry McFaul has been promoted to be the club’s head scout.

For the second year in a row, Kelowna has been named the top mid-size city (50,000-150,000 population) for sports hosting by the Canadian Sports Tourism Alliance.

The West Kelowna Warriors forward John Evans will continue his hockey career at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, but not until he plays another season in the BC Hockey League.

The Prospera Granfondo Axel Merckx Okanagan is the latest major event to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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On the same day the Kelowna Rockets added two pieces for the future, they said farewell to three players heading into the next phase of their lives — and a fourth expected to soon play in the NHL.

Coronavirus, coronavirus, coronavirus. For those of you who are sick of hearing COVID-19 news, here is the short version of the impact on Okanagan outdoor activities (as of Thursday).

Matthew Wedman may have only played half a season with the Kelowna Rockets, but his impact was nothing short of lasting.

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Racing around hasn’t gotten Kelowna’s Jordan Cheyne where he’d like to be lately, so he’s returning home until the world slows down.

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About all the West Kelowna Warriors can do these days is prepare for a return to hockey, and that's exactly what they've done in signing two players for the fall.

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The World Mixed Doubles and World Senior Curling Championships set for Kelowna later this year have been cancelled due to the ongoing spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

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When an NBA player tested positive for the COVID-19 virus on Wednesday, it became clear the Western Hockey League regular season was in jeopardy, Kelowna Rockets owner Bruce Hamilton said Thursday.

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Just when you thought the Kelowna Rockets had put the injuries behind them, they watched two vital pieces of their recent surge limp off the ice Wednesday night.

COVID-19 has already scuttled one major Penticton event, but the granddaddy of them all, Subaru Ironman Canada, is still a go — “for now.”

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The Kelowna Rockets newfound pace and depth face another crucial test tonight when the Victoria Royals arrive at Prospera Place.

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Pavel Novak was five minutes from finishing another great game Friday night when he ran into Thunderbirds’ tough guy Cade McNelly — hard.

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Elias Carmichael appeared from the Kelowna Rockets dressing room after practice Thursday looking a little harried.

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After being selected to the conference's all-rookie team last week, UBC Okanagan Heat outside hitter Amaya Perry has been named Canada West rookie of the year.

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