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Venom open lacrosse season with win (slideshow included)

Venom open lacrosse season with win (slideshow included)

This shot from Haden Hoover of the Kamloops Venom found twine at Memorial Arena on Saturday. See more photos in slideshow below. Allen Douglas/KTW Haden Hoover notched six points and led the Kamloops Venom to a 14-12 victory over the Kelowna Raiders in Thompson Okanagan Junior Lacrosse League play at Memorial Arena on Saturday. The game was the home and ...

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Seibel of Kamloops pacing TOFC soccer girls

Seibel of Kamloops pacing TOFC soccer girls

Sophia Seibel of Kamloops netted a goal and the under-13 Thompson Okanagan Football Club girls earned a 2-1 victory over Fusion FC of Vancouver-Richmond in Kelowna. Seibel is the club’s leading goal scorer. TOFC (4-1-3), which sits fourth in the B.C. Soccer Premier League standings, is next in action against Vancouver Island FC in Surrey on Sunday.

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Junior golf championships coming to Rivershore, Dunes

Junior golf championships coming to Rivershore, Dunes

The Zone 2 Junior Golf Tour tournament will be held at Rivershore Estates and Golf Links on Saturday and The Dunes at Kamloops Sunday. This year, the tournament will be held in conjunction with the Kamloops City Junior Golf Championship. The event will feature some of the best junior golfers from the Okanagan and B.C., including a few from Kamloops. In addition ...

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Winners determined at Ice Breaker soccer tournament; money raised for Guise

Winners determined at Ice Breaker soccer tournament; money raised for Guise

The 25th annual Kamloops Soccer Ice Breaker Tournament was held on the weekend in the Tournament Capital. Harrison Industrial claimed the men’s division crown, with Al Connors being named MVP. Rick Franklin was named MVP and Piva Financial Services won the men’s recreation division title. In the women’s A division, Alanna Bekkering was named MVP and DW Builders won gold. ...

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Blazers help boost Canada to bronze

Blazers help boost Canada to bronze

Colin (Toledo) Robinson (from left), Deven Sideroff and Tim O’Donovan of the Kamloops Blazers brought home bronze from the under-18 world hockey championship in Switzerland. ZUG, Switzerland - Deven Sideroff of the Kamloops Blazers scored once as Canada won bronze for the second straight year at the under-18 world hockey championship with a 5-2 win over host Switzerland on Sunday. ...

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Sun Peaks: The winter that was

Sun Peaks: The winter that was

It may not have been a record year for Sun Peaks, but the resort’s officials are quick to caution: It could have been a lot worse. “It’s not what we’d call a banner year, but in comparison with what went on throughout the Pacific Northwest and the rest of Western Canada, we’re pretty happy with where we finished,” said Aidan ...

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Slideshow: Lacrosse lessons

Slideshow: Lacrosse lessons

The Kamloops Minor Lacrosse Association held a day of coaching clinics, games and fun at Memorial Arena on Sunday. To learn more about minor lacrosse in Kamloops, go online to kamloopsrattlers.com. For more photos, see slideshow below.

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Three Classics headed to Western Canada Summer Games

Three Classics headed to Western Canada Summer Games

A trio of swimmers will represent the Tournament Capital at the 2015 Western Canada Summer Games in Fort McMurray this summer. Megan Dalke, Colin Gilbert and Ethan Phillips of the Kamloops Classic Swimming club were selected for the competition, which will run from Aug. 5 to Aug. 16, with the swimming events from Aug. 13 to Aug. 16. Thirty-two swimmers ...

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Sideroff of Blazers scores in Canada’s quarter-final victory at U18 worlds

Sideroff of Blazers scores in Canada’s quarter-final victory at U18 worlds

Deven Sideroff of the Kamloops Blazers scored a goal and Canada downed Sweden 5-3 in a quarter-final matchup yesterday at the under-18 world hockey championship in Switzerland. Sideroff, 18, made a nifty play to tally late in the first period, adjusting his stick to shoot between his legs and beat the Swedish netminder. Sweden had scored earlier in the period ...

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Local karate club rakes in medals

Local karate club rakes in medals

Kamloops Renshikan Karate Club members brought home lots of hardware from the Zone 2 regional karate championships in Kelowna on Saturday. Winning medals in their respective divisions were Jayme Fennell and Gabriel Wilkinson, each of whom won three gold medals; Jocelyn Fennell, who claimed two gold medals; Cheyanne Fennell, who earned one gold medal and two silver medals; Nickolas McLean, ...

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