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WolfPack tie Huskies in Kelowna

WolfPack tie Huskies in Kelowna

The WolfPack men’s soccer team fared well in one of its first matches against true Canada West competition on Friday. Thompson Rivers University played to a scoreless draw against the defending Canada West champions, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, in an exhibition tournament at UBC-Okanagan. The 0-0 match brings TRU’s pre-season record to 5-1-1. The Pack will play their final ...

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WolfPack women win first of two in PG

WolfPack women win first of two in PG

The WolfPack women’s soccer team has its first pre-season victory. Thompson Rivers University defeated the University of Northern British Columbia Timberwolves 2-1 in an exhibition match in Prince George on Friday. The Pack is now 1-0-1 in pre-season play. Brianna Powrie opened the scoring in the match’s fifth minute, netting the Pack’s first goal of exhibition play. The club played to a ...

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Broncos have horse-powered offence

Broncos have horse-powered offence

Jacob Palmarin bolts through a hole created by the Kamloops Broncos’ offensive line against the Vancouver Island Raiders on Saturday at Hillside Stadium. He finished the game with a whopping 260 yards rushing on 20 carries and was named the B.C. Football Conference offensive player of the week. Allen Douglas/KTW They can hit you from every angle. At the halfway ...

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Still no regular home for Thompson Blazers

Still no regular home for Thompson Blazers

For years, Thompson Blazers management has dreamed of having a single rink to call home for the B.C. Major Midget League regular season. That dream won’t be realized in time for the 2015-2016 campaign. BC Hockey released the BCMML schedule on Thursday and, as has been the case in years past, the Blazers will be hosting games in a number ...

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Asuchak headed to Blues camp

Asuchak headed to Blues camp

Kamloops’ Spencer Asuchak will get his shot at the NHL dream. The 6-foot-6 forward is one of five players invited to St. Louis Blues training camp on a tryout basis, the club announced Thursday. Joining Asuchak on professional tryouts will be forwards Scott Gomez, Eriah Hayes, Zach O’Brien and Evan Trupp. The 23-year-old, who split his junior hockey career between the Tri-City ...

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Winners crowned at Sunshine Open

Winners crowned at Sunshine Open

There were 156 golfers in action on the weekend at the Sunshine Open, the annual tournament held at the Kamloops Golf and Country Club (KGCC). In the men’s division, Shaun Jackson fired a two-round total of 134 to win the low-net title and Eric Coffin was the overall low-gross champion, with a two-day total of 143. Robert Hoegler shot 138 ...

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Tsunami represent at provincial championship

Tsunami represent at provincial championship

The Kamloops Tsunami summer swim club participated in the B.C. Summer Swimming Association’s provincial championships on the weekend, hitting the water in Victoria for the annual event. Hayley Branchflower led the club as she was selected to represent the Okanagan in a regional relay race. The Okangan’s representatives finished sixth in the 200-metre medley relay. Branchflower also swam individually, finishing ...

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Blazers have 20-year-old conundrum (Part 1 of five-part season-preview series)

Blazers have 20-year-old conundrum (Part 1 of five-part season-preview series)

Defenceman Marc McNulty is among the Kamloops Blazers vying for one of three available overage spots on the roster. Training camp starts on Friday. For the full camp schedule, go online to blazerhockey.com. Allen Douglas/KTW KTW will look ahead to the 2015-2016 Kamloops Blazers’ campaign by addressing five areas of the team in a series that starts on Thursday, Aug. ...

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Pauwels earns NCAA lacrosse award

Pauwels earns NCAA lacrosse award

Kyle Pauwels of Kamloops was honoured with a plaque for leading the NCAA Division 2 lacrosse ranks in shooting percentage in the 2015 season. The Pfeiffer University attackman had a .606 shooting percentage in his freshman season and was three points higher than the second-place finisher. Pauwels was one of five players to record a percentage of .500 or higher, ...

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