Clippers out-skate Chiefs for ninth win in a row

The Nanaimo Clippers defeated the Chilliwack Chiefs by a 4-1 score Wednesday at Frank Crane Arena

Fernie Snow Drags; an ongoing tradition

Like wild animals filled with an everlasting rage, sleds flew down the track at over 100 miles per hour during the annual Fernie Snow Drags.

Former Westshore Rebels kicker is traded in free agency

Quinn van Gylswyk finds a new home with the Montreal Alouettes.

  • Feb 21st, 2018

Grade 9 hoops showdown at Shawnigan Lake School

The future of high school basketball on Vancouver Island will be on display this Friday and Saturday as Shawnigan Lake School plays host to the Island Grade 9 boys championships.

Heading for a strike

Village Lanes in Chase played host to a Hi-Low Doubles Tournament over the weekend

  • Feb 21st, 2018

Heinen proving to be quick study for Cascades

Langley teen named to conference all-rookie team

Houston Snowmobile Club satisfied with membership, voice

"Numbers go up and down... it doesn't change the core of the club," says lifetime club member

Inside the Olympic performance of the Island’s Teal Harle

Islander finishes fifth in Olympic Men's Slopestyle final in Pyeong Chang

  • Feb 21st, 2018

Isles face Braves in opening series

The Kerry Park Islanders missed a chance to improve their playoff seeding last weekend as they gave up substantial leads and lost their last two games of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League regular season.

Jock Talk: Carnarvon ball registration deadlines loom

Colin Gall writes Fridays about coming sports events

  • Feb 21st, 2018

Langley curling couple bound for provincials in Creston

Craig and Karen Lepine are skipping their own teams in the upcoming BC masters curling competition.

Major Midget Kootenay Ice sweep South Island Royals, stay in playoff hunt

With two weekend wins, Kootenay Ice stay within two points of final playoff spot in BCMML

Minard selected to Canadian Paralympic squad

Vernon's Curt Minard will compete in snowboardcross and bank slalom

New era begins for high school girls hockey

This weekend's Ross Cup hockey tournament hosted by Brentwood College School will be a historic one.

No whistles, no problem for deaf hockey player

Nelson's Iain Love is set to compete at the Canada Deaf Games in Winnipeg

Parksville Royals alums snare scholarships

Two former Parksville Royals standouts have moved on to become valued members of the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds.

  • Feb 21st, 2018

Penticton Lakers junior boys basketball finishes in fifth at Valley Championship

Coach gives accolades to the whole team for their contribution all season

  • Feb 21st, 2018

Penticton Western News athlete of the week

Athlete of the week for the week of Feb. 19

Playoffs arrive, Heat finish second

Chase squad to take on 100 Mile House Wranglers in first round

  • Feb 21st, 2018

Poppy students lead the way for Langley United Wrestling Club

Four gold and three bronze medals for Langley wrestlers in advance of provincial championships