The Okanagan Sun’s post-practice rallying cry should tell you about their attitude heading into today’s game against the Vancouver Island Raiders.
It’s a sport steeped in North America’s indigenous history that’s lent the physicality, strategy and action fans see today in everything from basketball to soccer to hockey, and it’s national championships are coming to Kelowna.
When reached by phone a day before his first preseason game, West Kelowna Warriors head coach Brandon West was helping put the final touches on a makeover of the team’s dressing room.
From his perch inside the Prospera Place press box, Lorne Frey sees hockey players who can all skate like the wind. They have great hands and they can shoot the lights out.
OSOYOOS — Two-time defending champion Sue Wooster of Australia shot the low round of the day, a four-under par 69, to move into a tie for lead at the 49th Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateur and Senior Championship.
A late touchdown made it close, but two missed field goals earlier meant it didn’t matter in the Okanagan Sun’s 16-13 loss to the Westshore Rebels on Saturday night at the Apple Bowl.
OSOYOOS — Nonie Marler recently returned to competitive golf after a lengthy hiatus and it hasn’t taken the Vancouver resident long to shake off the rust, Marler shot a two-under par 71 Sunday to take the first-round lead at the 49th playing of the Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateur and Senior Cha…
Kelowna Rockets prospect Pavel Novak secured a fifth-place finish for the Czech Republic with an overtime goal at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup on Friday morning.
OSOYOOS — A strong Okanagan contingent of 13 players will be among a 138-golfer field for the 49th Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateur and Senior Championship at Osoyoos Golf Club next weekend.
Since it is a league-run event, the two Penticton Vees games at the B.C. Hockey League Showcase Festival Oct. 4-5 will not be included in the Vees 2019-20 season’s ticket package.
OSOYOOS — Roy Wood recorded his first lifetime hole-in-one. He aced the par three, 140-yard, third hole of the Osoyoos Golf and Country Club using an eight-iron. Witnesses were Paul Dube, Rick Dundas and Lyle Nordheimer.
The spectre of spending up to 48 hours locked inside The Peach concession on Okanagan Lake beach isn’t overly appealing for Fred Harbinson.
Thirteen members of the Kelowna Skating Club travelled to Leduc, Alberta, to compete at the Wild Rose Invitational figure skating event over the long weekend, returning with four medals.
Eighteen of the 24 athletes who started managed to finish during a hot three days at the 19th running of the Ultra520K Canada triathlon held in the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys on the weekend.
Coach Adam Elliot took seven Telemark cross-country skiers — David Walker, Gareth Williams, Tallon Noble, Cole Turner, Tristan Lee and Grayson McKinnon — to the Haig glacier in Alberta this week.
The 10th annual Swing for a Cause charity golf tournament, sponsored by Wilson M. Beck, raised $75,000 for the YMCA's Strong Kids campaign. From left, Ryan Lund, Steven Pavelich (on behalf of title sponsor WMB title), Ian Bensted and Jeff Chipchase.