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WolfPack vying for national spots

WolfPack vying for national spots

Thompson Rivers University is well-represented at national team tryouts this month, as three WolfPack volleyball players are vying to suit up for Team Canada. Alumni Colin Carson and Casey Knight are both trying out for Canada’s senior B team. Carson, who played professionally in Denmark last season, is one of seven setters at the tryout, while Knight is one of 12 ...

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WolfPack enter final weekend

WolfPack enter final weekend

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack will be in Calgary this weekend, to play their final four games of the Canadian College Baseball Conference’s regular season. The WolfPack are 16-8 on the season and sit one game back of the league-leading Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs (17-7). The weekend’s action will begin on Sunday, May 3, with games against the University of Calgary Dinos ...

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Thompson Blazers start again

Thompson Blazers start again

Head coach Don Schulz is looking to rejuvenate the Thompson Blazers. The rebuild begins today for the Thompson Blazers. The Kamloops-based B.C. Major Midget League club will get its spring identification camp underway tonight at Brock Arena. The three-day event will wrap up on Sunday. The spring camp is a means for the Blazers to identify talent and introduce players ...

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‘How lucky can you be?’ — Simkins moves on from Kamloops Golf and Country Club

‘How lucky can you be?’ — Simkins moves on from Kamloops Golf and Country Club

Happy trails, Harold Simkins. The longtime Kamloops Golf and Country Club employee is moving to Kimberley — and he’s leaving behind plenty of friends. Dave Eagles/KTW Standing near the first tee, in shade underneath one of the course’s trademark willow trees, Harold Simkins reflected on his life’s work at Kamloops Golf and Country Club. Intermittent cat calls emanating from the ...

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Midget AAA RiverDogs off to nice start; home opener on Saturday

Midget AAA RiverDogs off to nice start; home opener on Saturday

Riley Jepson (right) and the midget AAA Kamloops RiverDogs are hosting a doubleheader against Vernon on Saturday at the Canada Games Field on McArthur Island. The Dogs are also playing twice at home on Sunday.  There are worse ways for a young team to start the season. With three wins and a loss on the weekend, the midget AAA Kamloops ...

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KYSA round-up to April 26, 2015

KYSA round-up to April 26, 2015

Holding on The under-15 Kamloops Blaze boys were able to fend off Kelowna long enough to claim a 3-2 victory in under-15 Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League (TOYSL) play on Sunday. Levi Charlton scored twice and Jordan Elfstrom found the old onion bag once to give the Blaze a 3-0 lead. Kelowna scored twice in the second half, but could ...

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WolfPack cross-country closes out season at Boogie the Bridge

WolfPack cross-country closes out season at Boogie the Bridge

Seven members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack cross-country team closed out the 2014-2015 race season at the CFJC-TV Boogie the Bridge in Kamloops on the weekend. Three men and four women represented the Pack at the event, all running the 10-kilometre race. On the women’s side, team captain Alesha Miller led the way with a second-place finish, crossing the ...

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KMBA round-up, April 26 — ball season begins (slideshow included)

KMBA round-up, April 26 — ball season begins (slideshow included)

The Kamloops Minor Baseball Association held its season-opening ceremony at Norbrock Stadium in overcast weather conditions on Saturday. For more photos from the event, see slideshow below. Following the league’s opening ceremonies at Norbrock Stadium, an event that saw 600 players, coaches and officials fill the venue, all 48 of the Kamloops Minor Baseball Association’s clubs hit the fields for ...

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Rattlers trounce Shuswap

Rattlers trounce Shuswap

The Kamloops Rattlers downed a team from the Shuswap in peewee A action on the weekend, outscoring the visitors 29-2 in two games at Memorial Arena. The box lacrosse team won Sunday’s first game 14-1 and followed up with a 15-1 victory in the afternoon. The Rattlers will be in action at the Al Price Memorial Tournament at McArthur Island Sport ...

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Spring Sprint Triathlon approaching

Spring Sprint Triathlon approaching

The seventh annual Spring Sprint Triathlon is set to kick off this weekend, but organizers are still looking to wrap up a few loose ends. Nine volunteers are still needed for the race, which is scheduled to begin on Sunday, May 3, at 7:30 a.m. All volunteers and racers will be entered for door prizes, which include a VW mountain bike. Online registration ...

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