Sports

Cowichan Golf Club men’s open honours late John Horgan

Horgan sponsored event and was former club president

Highland Dancers bring home many medals

11 of Kimberley and Cranbrook's Highland Dancers competed in the Scotdance Canada Championship from June 30 to July 4, bringing home 42 medals and making memories along the way.

  • Jul 20th, 2018

VIDEO: How to throw a frisbee

Ultimate frisbee player Amy Mackay shows off the proper technique

  • Jul 20th, 2018

Here’s what you need to know about Day 1 at the BC Games

All 18 events kick off on the track, riding ring, fields, courts and lake in the Cowichan Valley

  • Jul 20th, 2018

BC Games: Dance, spoken-word highlights at Opening Ceremony in Cowichan

Hundreds of athletes and thousands of volunteers, coaches, parents and officials

  • Jul 19th, 2018

Banford, Diamond crowned McQuinn Cup champs

Lorelee Banford and Linda Diamond collectively shot a net score of 69.5 to win the McQuinn Cup Tuesday, July 17 at the Comox Golf Club.

  • Jul 20th, 2018

Vernon Tigers one win from lacrosse title

The Vernon Source For Sports Tigers watched the Kamloops Venom self-destruct in a 20-7 win Tuesday.

Agassiz sisters prepare for BC Games

Girls competing in canoe/kayak races in Cowichan Valley

  • Jul 20th, 2018

Seniors having a ball at the diamond

The Evergreen Senior Slopitch League is in full swing in the Comox Valley.

  • Jul 20th, 2018

Port McNeill council donates boat pass to Tour de Rock rider

"The pool passes are nice, but I think our boat passes would go for quite a bit more money."

Polishing up the Silver City diamond

The B.C. Major Little League Provincial Championship begins Saturday at Andy Bilesky Park

  • Jul 20th, 2018

Quesnel rider wins MCQMX North and South Series

Morrison's commitment to riding sets her apart from competition

  • Jul 20th, 2018

U12 boys fastball team crush it at championship

The U12 boys fastball team travelled to Smithers B.C. to participate in the eight team provincial championship. On July 6 they played Houston, Terrace and Smithers and won all three games. The following day they beat Prince George and Terrace again, but had a tough loss to Houston on the night of July 7. On the morning of July 8 they beat Williams Lake to earn a spot in the final game against Houston. The kids defeated Houston 11-1. (L-r) Allister Roy, Alexander Richardson, Owen Thon, Kalan Priede, Ethan Smith, Korie McGill, Devin Holland, Soren Coates, Tera Carter (coach), Saya Stelter, Lars Dowker, Jerry Carter (coach). Lying in front is Owen Sim.

  • Jul 20th, 2018

Best of B.C. Little League coming to Trail

"The local team could be a strong contender, so you might want to make an effort to attend."

  • Jul 20th, 2018

Cranbrook rowers head off to BC Summer Games

The Rockies Rowing Club already made the news this week with the story of Katie Clark heading off to compete in New Zealand, but in addition to that, they have sent three of their members off to the BC Summer Games this weekend.

  • Jul 20th, 2018

West Coast Hockey Prep Camp draws nearly 1,000 players to Port Alberni

History-making Korean hockey coach joins league of celebrity instructors

Nanaimo helping to stage B.C. Games

Synchronized swimming to be held in Nanaimo Aquatic Centre as Cowichan Valley hosts event

  • Jul 20th, 2018

Age no limitation for swimming senior

Kelowna's Conny Stamhuis started swimming again at age 65 and hasn't looked back.

100 Mile House gets ready for one of the province’s biggest archery shoots

The Big Horn Archery Club will host their traditional archery shoot on July 21 and 22

  • Jul 20th, 2018