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  • The legend lives on. With two of his granddaughters on the team, the Kelowna Kaos won the women’s portion of the fourth annual Andre Blanleil Sr. Memorial Fastball Tournament on the weekend at King Stadium. Courtney Blanleil hit a single and scored twice, while her cousin Taylor added a hit and one run as the Kaos completed a perfect weekend by outscoring the Kelowna U18s 6-5 in the championship game on Sunday. Twyla Whaler proved the biggest producer in the title game, going 3-for-4 and driving in three runs for the Kaos, who were 3-0 in the weekend event, in honour of the man who played, coached and/or managed fastball teams — both men’s and women’s — in six decades in Kelowna before he died of cancer in 2011.Kaos Salvage Win For Senior June 19, 2015 CLICK ON THUMBNAILS TO VIEW GALLERY (152 Photos) The legend lives on. With two of the patriarch’s granddaughters on the team, the Kelowna ...
  • Kelowna’s Taya Hanson will get the opportunity to take on the world. The Dr. Knox Middle School student was among 12 players announced today in Toronto as members of the Canadian U16 cadette basketball team that will compete next week at the FIBA Americas championship in Puebla, Mexico. A top-three finish there would qualify Canada for the world U17 championship tournament in 2016. Hanson, 14, was identified as a candidate for the team while playing for Team BC at the Canadian national U15 championships last summer. She was invited to a national age-group assessment camp in Toronto in December.Taya Hanson On Guard For Canada June 18, 2015 Kelowna’s Taya Hanson has an opportunity to take on the world. The Grade 9 Dr. Knox Middle School student was among 12 ...