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Blue Thunder comes out on top in four-team contest.
The boys of summer are back, and they are centre stage, once again playing ball at Blackburn Park.
Friendly foes: Flames and Canucks fans keep rivalry enjoyable.
In 12 days, Mead will be bumping elbows with some of the world’s most elite marathon runners at the 118th Boston Marathon
The University of British Columbia Okanagan Heat men’s soccer player Dylan Abbott was awarded the Graduating Player of the Year award
Sandra Jenkins will have to make room next to her Olympic bronze medal, as she led her team to a podium finish
Best of the best: Select team gets season off to impressive start.
After dropping their first two games of the 2015 Canadian Senior Curling Championships, Sandra Jenkins and her rink are back on track.
Two SYSA players are headed to Europe to play six matches with EFS.
Moving on: After 30 years, Chevy Sports owner closing up shop.
In a little under two months Rachel Bootsma and Julia Anderson will embark on the opportunity of a lifetime
After dropping their first two games of the 2015 Canadian Senior Curling Championships, Sandra Jenkins and her rink are back on track
Playing foam ball tennis helps develop proper swing technique.
Grade 12 SAS student Maia Journeau captured a hotly contested bronze medal at the BCSS Alpine Ski & Snowboard Championships.
The Silverbacks wrapped up their season with an awards banquet last week honouring the team’s standout players.
Mitchell Smith took home a silver medal at the Canadian U-18 Ski Championships on Friday, Feb. 27 at Nakiska, near Canmore, Alta.
Skateboarders, BMXers and scooter riders have taken full advantage of the warming weather.
Blink and you could miss the playoffs. That’s how close the race for the final two post-season spots was in the Interior Division.
For Brandon Parent, competing at the B.C. Special Olympics is not about winning medals.
Since picking up speedskating at the age of five, the now 11-year-old Laura is representing the province on the national stage