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Kieran Koltun is accustomed to the Okanagan sunshine beating down on him during football practice for the Kelowna Owls. But the 17-year-old wide receiver is headed into a whole new level of heat as a scholarship athlete for Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth.

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West Kelowna's Marco Kacic has signed onto a new auto racing team for the 2021 season, inking a deal to drive for JMF Motorsports.

Justin Kripps and his Canadian crew locked up third place in the overall World Cup four-man standings for the second straight year after sliding to the bronze medal Sunday in Igls, Austria.

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Despite a football season sacked by the pandemic, the Kelowna Owls are celebrating six graduating players headed on to the next level.

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Malindi Elmore has landed a blue-chip recruit as she continues to build her cross-country running program at UBC Okanagan toward national medal contention with the signing of Joanna Brown.

We can safely assume Kelowna Rockets president Bruce Hamilton is a man of faith, because he keeps on moving forward in his pursuit of hosting hockey games this season at Prospera Place.

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Jared Young doesn’t mince words when he speaks about his time playing minor baseball in Kelowna for the Okanagan Athletics.

Captains in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League provide leadership in their own way. There are different things to shoulder off the ice for a leadership group.

KIJHL play is paused until January, but there were plenty of interesting storylines that emerged in the early stages of the regular season this past fall.

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Kaedan Korczak will wear the Maple Leaf on his chest once again, and he's hoping for another gold medal.

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B.C. Hockey League clubs have been sent back to their dressing rooms to continue awaiting the start of the regular season.

The West Kelowna Warriors Junior ‘A’ Hockey Club are planning to hold Brendan Ritchie Day on Saturday, Dec. 12.

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B.C. Hockey League officials have been forced to postpone the start of the regular season. Teams were expect to begin play Dec. 2, but the provincial health office last week banned most travel until at least Dec. 7 in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19.

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Teammates of a Kelowna soccer player who was diagnosed in August with a cancerous brain tumour have launched a campaign to raise awareness and fund research into the disease.

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One of the first challenges for two Kelowna-area women participating in an off-road navigation rally in the U.S. was simply getting their Toyota Tacoma across the Canada-U.S. border.

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With less than two months until the puck drops on the World Junior hockey championship, Hockey Canada has announced a roster of 46 players — including Kelowna Rockets defenceman Kaedan Korczak — will attend training camp Nov. 16-Dec. 13 in Red Deer, Alta.

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West Kelowna Warriors forward Carter Wilkie will continue his hockey career at the Rochester Institute of Technology in the NCAA.

The Kelowna Rockets have loaned forwards Dallon Wilton to the Neepawa Natives and Jake Poole to the Virden Oil Capitals of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League until Dec. 20. 

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A 3-2 win in Salmon Arm on Saturday gave the West Kelowna Warriors a split with the Silverbacks in BC Hockey League Okanagan Cup action this weekend.

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The 2020-21 curling season began Thursday in Kelowna with excitement after a long layoff but uncertainty about what the coming year holds.

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The Tampa Bay Lightning’s affinity for Kelowna hockey players continued on Wednesday morning when they selected Jack Finley in the second round of the NHL draft.

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The four Okanagan BC Hockey League teams will hold a two-month tournament prior to the start of the regular season in December.

An Ivy League hockey player and Colorado Avalanche draft pick is joining the West Kelowna Warriors for the upcoming BC Hockey League season.

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EDMONTON - After running into a hot goalie late last round and being shut out in the opener of the Western Conference final, pressure mounted in the minds of the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 2.

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