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Titans claim Grade 8 city championship

Matthew Murphy had 16 points and Reagan Milburn netted 10 points to help pace the South Kamloops Titans to victory in the Grade 8...

WolfPack to play Dinos in Canada West quarter-final series

The TRU WolfPack men’s basketball team will play the Calgary Dinos in a Canada West quarter-final series this week in Cowtown. TRU fell behind 1-0...

Photo: Great Scott! Whundas win city basketball title

Scott Lemphers attacks the hoop for the Westyde Whundas against the Sa-Hali Sabres in the AA boys’ city high school basketball final on the...

Lions Roar in North Vancouver boxing tilts

The Lions Roar boxing team of White Crane Martial Arts had three pugilists in action at a tournament in North Vancouver, with each of...

Raiders licking wounds after road matches

The road was not kind to the Kamloops Rugby Club Raiders on the weekend. Bayside of South Surrey thrashed the Raiders 63-0 in women’s Division...

Broncs fourth at Okanagan Valley Basketball Championship (with slideshow)

The Brocklehurst Broncs placed fourth at the Grade 9 Boys Okanagan Valley Basketball Championship on the weekend. Rajan Sohal of the Broncs, Michael McDonald of...

Special Olympians show strength in Vernon

Ryan Kealey, Kent Pletti and Joel Jensen were able to establish personal-best results at a Special Olympics B.C. powerlifting competition in Vernon. The athletes, who...

Sun Peaks Racers find podium in Revelstoke

Several Sun Peaks Racers found the podium at the second Teck Okanagan Zone Race of the season at Revelstoke Mountain earlier this month. In female...

Two Sun Peaks Racers qualify for under-16 nationals

With one event still remaining on the three-stop B.C. Alpine Teck Open Series, a pair of Sun Peaks Racers have already qualified for nationals. Based...

Blazers blank Cougars, move to within reach of Cats’ tail in B.C. Division

The strategy of funneling pucks to the net has been talked about and practised ad nauseam on Mark Recchi Way this season. To simplify —...

Kamloops Sports Council reveals 2016 athletic award nominees

The Kamloops Sports Council has announced the nominees for its 27th annual athletic awards. Nominated in the female athlete of the year category, sponsored by...

PHOTO: Titans down Vikings, move to 6-0

Reid Jansen of the South Kamloops Titans elevates to attempt a lay up over Brayden MacDonald of the Valleyview Vikings in AAA senior boys’...

Pejril named to BC Games Society board of directors

The BC Games Society announced the appointment of nine members to the board of directors. Henry Pejril of Kamloops was named to the board. The society...

Interior Running Association results

The first event on the 2017 Interior Running Association road-race circuit was held in Vernon on Sunday. At the Starting Block 10K, several Kamloops runners...

Long Blades had busy weekend

Members of the Kamloops Long Blades Speed Skating Club were in action at two events last weekend. At the Winter Classic Long Track Competition held...

TRU WolfPack great Pakhomenko to play last match on home court tonight

Iuliia Pakhomenko might be the greatest athlete in TRU WolfPack history. The same drive that brought her into that conversation on the volleyball court has...

Gropp lighting it up for T-Birds

Kamloops product Ryan Gropp, a Seattle Thunderbirds’ forward, has goals in eight straight games and is on a 14-game point streak. Gropp, who signed with...

Blazers’ hockey school will be in session

The 2017 Kamloops Blazers Hockey School will run from Aug. 14 to Aug. 18 at Sandman Centre. The school is open to boys and girls...

KMHA round-up to Feb. 12, 2017

Team effort Three goal scores lifted the female bantam A Kamloops Jr. Blazers to a 3-2 victory over the Kelowna Rockets on Saturday. Finding the scoresheet...

Castoff Blazers’ netminder Kehler steals show on Faith and Family Day in Kamloops (with...

Those who believe in a higher power might think today's result was no coincidence. Cole Kehler, at one time expected to be the future of...